Before You Begin
This Quick Installation Guide gives you step-
by-step instructions for setting up your D-Link
Media Converter Series device. The model you
have purchased may appear slightly different from
those shown in the illustrations. For more detailed
information about the media converter, making
network connections, and technical specifications,
please refer to the User Manual.
This Media Converter Series package should include
the following items:
D-Link Media Converter
5 V/1 A Power Adapter
Using a power supply with a different voltage rating
will damage and void the warranty for this product.
If any of the above items are damaged or missing,
please contact your local D-Link reseller.
Set Up The Media Converter
As with any electric device, you should place
the equipment where it will not be subjected to
extreme temperatures, humidity, or electromagnetic
interference. Specifically, the site you select should
meet the following requirements:
A. The ambient temperature should be between 0
to 40 °C (32 and 104 °F).
B. The environment's relative humidity should be
less than 9%, non-condensing.
C. Surrounding electrical devices should not exceed
the electromagnetic field (RFC) standards for IEC
801-3, Level 2 (3V/M) field strength.
D. Ensure that the device receives adequate
ventilation. Do not block the ventilation holes
on each side of the media converter or the fan
exhaust port on the side or rear of the device.
E. The power outlet should be within 1.8 meters
of the switch.
Connecting The Power
This media converter is a plug-and-play device that
requires no additional software or management.
1. Connect the supplied AC to DC power adapter
with a power voltage of 5 V DC/1 A to the
connector on the rear panel of the converter.
2. Attach the plug into a standard AC outlet with a
voltage range from 100 to 240 V.
3. Connect the appropriate Ethernet and fiber optic
cables for connection to the network.
The 10/100 Mbps models have a single DIP switch
to set the fiber port duplex setting. The 1000 Mbps
models have two DIP switches, one to set the fiber
port duplex setting and one to enable or disable
the Link Loss Return (LLR) function. Please refer to
the manual for more information on these switches.
For 10/100 Mbps models, the duplex setting can be
set to half- or full-duplex. The default is Full-Duplex.
For 1000 Mbps models, the duplex setting can be set
to Forced or Auto-Negotiation and LLR to on or off.
The default is off for duplex (Auto-Negotiation) and
off for LLR (disabled).