iConverter 19-Module Chassis

Managed Redundant-Power Chassis

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The high-density iConverter 19-Module Chassis is 2U high and supports 19-inch or 23-inch rack mounts

  • Triple-redundant hot-swappable AC, 24VDC and 48VDC power for mission-critical networks
  • NEBS Level 3 Certification
  • Ethernet Backplane allows modules to share data to support a wide variety of network applications
  • Fiber Cable Management Tray available for highdensity CWDM deployments
  • Up to 19 iConverter chassis can be linked and managed using a single IP address
  • SNMP management via NetOutlook® provides real-time port and module information, remote parameter configuration and trap notification
  • Management is available with the addition of a management module to the chassis
  • Wide (-40 to +60oC) and extended (-40 to +75o C) temperature range models are available
  • All iConverter modules are hot-swappable when used with the 19-Module Chassis
  • Lifetime Warranty and free 24/7 Technical Support

 

The 2U (3.5 inch) high iConverter 19-Module Chassis has triple-redundant power supplies and can be mounted in a 19-inch or 23-inch rack. It is designed for Enterprise Local Area Network (LAN) and Metropolitan Area Network (MAN) applications where fault tolerance and a high-density rack footprint are essential.

The 19-Module Chassis features three hot-swappable, redundant power supplies. Universal AC, 24VDC and 48VDC power supplies can be used in any combination. Omnitron's exclusive triple-redundant power supplies operate in load-sharing mode to reduce the burden on each power supply to extend the lifetime and fault tolerance.

Power is provided to the nineteen iConverter modules installed in the chassis via the chassis backplane. When used with an iConverter management module, the management capabilities include the ability to monitor the voltage, current and temperature of each power supply. Any out-of-range violation can trigger an SNMP trap to allow quick corrective maintenance.

In addition to handling the power and management data for each iConverter module, the 19-Module Chassis backplane allows sharing of Ethernet data between the individual modules. iConverter modules that are installed in adjacent slots and equipped with Ethernet backplane ports have the ability to connect to each other via the chassis' Ethernet backplane and facilitate a variety of flexible network applications including unmanaged, out-of-band managed, in-band managed and multiport configurations.

The high reliability of the triple-redundant power system combined with its AC and DC power options and its ability to hold nineteen converters in a 2U height make the iConverter 19-Module Chassis the ideal choice in the core of an enterprise, in a Central Office (CO) or for Point of Presence (POP) applications where reliability and space are critical.

The iConverter 19-Module Chassis supports the entire family of iConverter fiber media converters. All iConverter modules are hot swappable and support multiple mounting options.

Management is accomplished by using an optional iConverter Network Management Module (NMM2), which is capable of managing up to 19 iConverter chassis using a single IP address. Management can also be accomplished by using an iConverter module with integrated management, such as the 10/100M2 managed media converter. Management can be accessed through a menu-driven command-line interface (CLI), via Telnet or the Serial Console Port, or can be accessed through a SNMP-based graphical user interface (GUI) such as Omnitron's NetOutlook management software.

The intuitive NetOutlook network management software provides real-time detailed port and module information as well as parameter configuration and event monitoring. NetOutlook can be used as a stand-alone application under Windows 2000/2003/XP/Vista/Windows7 or integrated with third-party SNMP management software.

Fixed parameters that can be monitored on the 19-Module Chassis include the chassis type and model, manufacturing information, along with hardware and software revisions and serial numbers of the power supplies. Dynamic real-time parameters that can be monitored include voltage, current and temperature for the power supplies.

In addition to all standard iConverter SNMP traps such as module insertion and removal, the power supply modules can generate traps for out of voltage or chassis temperature range violations. All of these events can selectively be enabled or disabled to cause SNMP traps.

Chassis Type 19-Module
AC
19-Module
AC
19-Module 24VDC 19-Module
48VDC
19-Module
48VDC
Model Number 8200-X 8201-X 8206-X 8205-X 8207-X
Module Capacity 19
Power Supply Capacity 1 - 3 Power Supplies
Power Requirements (typical) 60 watts
100 to 240 VAC
50/60Hz
2.0A @ 100VAC 18A @ 3.3VDC
120 watts
100 to 240 VAC
50/60/440Hz
2.5A @ 100VAC
36A @ 3.3VDC
66 watts
+/- 18 to 36 VDC
6.0A @ 24VDC
20A @ 3.3VDC
66 watts
+/- 36 to 60 VDC
3.0A @ 48VDC 20A @ 3.3VDC
120 watts
+/- 36 to 60 VDC
5.0A @ 48VDC
36A @ 3.3VDC
Dimensions W:17.15" x D:14.0" x H:3.5"
Weight 16 lbs (820X-1)
18.5 lbs (820X-2)
21 lbs (820X-3)
Compliance UL, CE, FCC Class A, NEBS Level 3
Temperature Standard: 0 to 50º C
Wide: -40 to 60º C
Storage: -40 to 80º C
Humidity 5 to 95% (non-condensing)
Altitude -100m to 4000m
MTBF (hrs) 1 Power Supply: 45,700
2 Power Supplies: 182,000
3 Power Supplies: 731,000
Configuration19-Module Chassis
AC
(60 watts)
AC
(120 watts)
24VDC
(66 watts)
48VDC
(66 watts)
48VDC
(120 Watts)
One (1) Power Supply 8200-1 8201-1 8206-1 8205-1 8207-1
Two (2) Power Supplies 8200-2 8201-2 8206-2 8205-2 8207-2
Three (3) Power Supplies 8200-3 8201-3 8206-3 8205-3 8207-3
Spare Power Supply 8200-9 8201-9 8206-9 8205-9 8207-9
23" Rack Mounting Kit 8091-2
19” Cable Management Tray 8095-1
23” Cable Management Tray 8095-2
Blank Module Panel 8090-0

For wide temperature (-40 to 60º C), add a "W" to the end of the model number.
Consult factory for extended temperature (-40 to +75º C) models.

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