Improve safety, signal integrity, and reliability by using two optical fibers instead of wire to transfer bidirectional serial data plus an IRIG-B time synchronization signal. Apply for instrumentation, protection, automation and other applications that benefit from economical fiber-optic links up to ½ kilometer long
Fiber-Optic Link—Establish EIA-232 communication between devices over a fiber-optic link, 1 to 500 meters long, by connecting a pair of transceivers and an SEL-C805 Multimode 200 µm Core Fiber-Optic Cable with V-pin connectors.
Safety and Security—Install fiber-optic connections to isolate communications from ground potential rise and electrical interference. Transmits visible light (650 nm) for easy inspection.
Fast Data Rates—Transfer data at rates up to 40 kbps with less than a 15 µs delay using the SEL-2800 Fiber-Optic Transceiver, or use the SEL-2810 Fiber-Optic Transceiver With IRIG-B to transfer data and IRIG-B time codes at rates up to 20 kbps with less than 50 µs delay.
Low-Cost Fiber-Optic Communication
Use data rates from 0–20,000 bits per second for a full duplex serial link with up to 500 meters of multi-mode optical fiber. Use the same transceivers/modems and fibers to simultaneously transfer simplex IRIG-B time code.
Plug transceiver/modem directly onto a standard 9-pin serial connector (DB-9). No special mounting is required. Receives power from the host device via the connector; no separate power supply or power wiring is needed. Transmits visible light (650 nm) for easy inspection. One pair of fibers handles duplex serial data link and simplex IRIG-B time code link. Requires no jumpers or settings
Secure and Reliable Data Transfer
Far less susceptible to EMI/RFI than copper links.
Provides improved isolation from ground potential rise and other electrical hazards compared to copper connections.
The Firmware IDs for older versions of the firmware can typically be found in Appendix A of the instruction manual.