Motorola SURFboard SB4100 cable modem Specifications

Motorola SURFboard SB4100 cable modem

Part Number: SB4100

Networking

  • Antenna
    none
  • Type
    network adapter
  • Connectivity Technology
    wired
  • Data Link Protocol
    Ethernet, Fast Ethernet
  • Network / Transport Protocol
    TCP/IP
  • Features
    auto-sensing per device, manageable
  • Remote Management Protocol
    HTTP, SNMP
  • Data Transfer Rate
    100 Mbps
  • Line Coding Format
    16 QAM, 256 QAM, 64 QAM, QPSK

Modem

  • Interface Type
    USB
  • Form Factor
    external
  • Bus
    USB
  • Type
    cable modem
  • Enclosure Type
    external
  • Connectivity Technology
    wired
  • Max Transfer Rate
    38 Mbps
  • Line Coding Format
    64 QAM, 256 QAM, QPSK, 16 QAM

Power Device

  • Voltage Required
    AC 100/240 V
  • Type
    power supply
  • Frequency Required
    50/60 Hz
  • Power Consumption Operational
    9 Watt
  • Form Factor
    integrated

Interface Provided

  • Qty
    1

Miscellaneous

  • Compliant Standards
    UL, EN 60950, EN55022, IEC950

System Requirements

  • OS Required
    Apple MacOS, Microsoft Windows 2000 / NT4.0, Microsoft Windows 95/98, Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition, Microsoft Windows XP, UNIX

Environmental Parameters

  • Min Operating Temperature
    32 °F
  • Max Operating Temperature
    104 °F
  • Humidity Range Operating
    0 - 95%

Header

  • Brand
    Motorola
  • Product Line
    Motorola SURFboard
  • Model
    SB4100
  • Packaged Quantity
    1
  • Compatibility
    Mac, PC, Unix

Audio Output

  • Type
    none

Dimensions & Weight

  • Width
    2 in
  • Depth
    7.8 in
  • Height
    7.2 in

Audio Input

  • Type
    none

Software

  • Type
    Drivers & Utilities

Expansion Slots

  • Type
    none

Slot Required

  • Type
    none

Line Properties

  • Line Coding Format
    16 QAM, 256 QAM, 64 QAM, QPSK

General

  • Manufacturer
    Zebra Technologies

Where to Buy

Motorola SURFboard SB4100 cable modem

Part Number: SB4100

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