Media converter

  • 03-Feb-2015 08:50 EST
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Intrepid Control Systems offers a rugged, pocket-sized RAD-Moon media converter that interfaces conventional Ethernet with BroadR-Reach. Powered by USB, the device allows communication between a PC and an automotive Ethernet electronic control unit (ECU). Features of the converter include single port BroadR-Reach PHY (BCM89810) connected directly to one port of 4-wire 10/100 Mb physical layer (PHY); master/slave auto-configuration; activity Link LEDs for both PHYs; Molex Mini 50 connector for BroadR-Reach PHY; and RJ-45 connector for 10/100 Mb PHY. Part of Intrepid’s complete line of automotive Ethernet tools, the RAD-Moon features a small, rugged enclosure suitable for portability.

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