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The L5206-2-01 LINK Gateway Repeater receives and retransmits data between the LINK fiber optic network and all
LINK Gateways. The gateway is connected via a shielded cable (CM350901) to the repeater’s DB25 connector. The
L5206-2-01 behaves identically to a simple repeater when the gateway is absent. When a gateway is connected to the
repeater, network data is routed through the gateway to include it in the LINK network ring.
The LINK Repeater is housed in a NEMA 4 enclosure suitable for mounting outside equipment enclosures or in
unprotected environments.
The L5206-2-01 supports the transmission of two LINK channels. Either a primary and secondary channel pair, or two
discrete primary channels may be retransmitted.

Cable to Gateway

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The fiber optic cable connections for each channel are shown below. Note that the arrow denotes the direction of
transmission in the fiber, from transmitter to receiver. Each channel is completely independent and hence, can be used
either as a primary or a secondary channel.

Primary FO3 FO1 Network Effect when gateway


Channel Topology is disconnected

Simple Network ring is broken

FO4 FO2

Main FO3 FO1 Subsidiary Network Effect when gateway


Ring Ring Topology is disconnected

Tapped Network ring is preserved *

FO4 FO2

Primary FO3 FO1 Secondary Network Effect when gateway


Channel Channel Topology is disconnected

Redundant Network ring is preserved

FO4 FO2

Main FO3 FO1 Subsidiary Network Effect when gateway


Ring Ring Topology is disconnected

Auxiliary Network ring is preserved *


Tapped

FO4 FO2

* NOTE. Losing a fiber optic signal at either receiver breaks both rings.

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