The optical transceiver has six LED indicators, which show the working status of the transceiver. According to the LED display, we can judge whether the transceiver works properly and what problems it may have, thus helping to find out the fault. Their functions are as follows:
PWR: The light indicates that the DC5V power supply is working normally.
FX 100: The light indicates that the optical fiber transmission rate is 100 Mbps.
FX Link/Act: A long light indicates that the optical link is connected correctly; a bright light indicates that data is being transmitted in the optical fiber.
FDX: Lighting indicates that optical fibers transmit data in full duplex mode
TX 100: Lighting means that the transmission rate of twisted pair is 100 Mbps; not lighting means that the transmission rate of twisted pair is 10 Mbps.
TX Link/Act: The long light indicates that the twisted-pair link is connected correctly; the bright light indicates that there is data transmission in the twisted-pair line.
Functions of Six-lamp Instructions and Indicators
POWER: Bright indicates that the optical transceiver has been energized
FX LINK/ACT: Bright means that the optical fiber connector has been connected.
Scintillation indicates that the optical fiber interface has data reception or transmission
FX100: Bright means that the optical port of the transceiver is in 100M state and 1000M.
FDX/COL: Bright indicates that the transceiver is in full duplex mode
Extinction indicates that the transceiver is in half-duplex mode
Scintillation indicates that the connection is in conflict or collision.
TP LINK/ACT: Bright indicates that the RJ45 interface on the optical transceiver is well connected
Scintillation indicates that RJ45 on an optical transceiver receives or transmits data.
TP100: Bright means the speed of twisted pair port is 100M
Extinguishing means the speed of twisted pair port is 10M