Gigabit Ethernet TX (copper) TCP/IP Local Area Network

The Gigabit Ethernet TX feature is a 10/100/1000BaseT adapter that uses an RJ-45 connector to connect to a Category 5 or 6 Ethernet cable. When used with standard Category 5 or Category 6 Ethernet cabling, the maximum cabling distance is 100 meters. This adapter is standard and can also be purchased as a feature code.

This feature is also known as 10/100/1000 BASE-T Ethernet or 1000BASE-T.

The Gigabit Ethernet TX feature can be used to connect to a print server running PSF or InfoPrint Manager software. The connection to the server can be direct (point-to-point) or through standard Gigabit Ethernet TX (copper) LAN connections.

The adapter complies with the IEEE 802.3ab standard which is part of the 802.3 (2000) standard.

This adapter supports 10 Mb, 100Mb, and 1000Mb links to an Ethernet network.

The IEEE 802.3 (2000) standard specifies that Category 5 Ethernet facility wiring may be used with 1000BASE-T if it meets certain new transmission parameter requirements.

The building cabling must conform to EIA-569 standard.

The Feature Code is 6482 or 6582. The connector type is RJ-45. See Adapter cable features for information about selecting a cable.