TheGLC-LH-SM is a Cisco® 1000Base SFP Optical Transceiver. FluxLight’s GLC-LH-SM transceivers perform identically to Cisco® brand transceivers. Our transceivers are programmed with the same data as Cisco transceivers, making them fully compatible with OEM networking equipment. FluxLight’s GLC-LH-SM is 100% Multi-Source Agreement compliant, allowing it to also function with other third party MSA compliant networking equipment. All of FluxLight's transceivers are tested for 100% functionality and guaranteed compatible for outstanding network performance.
This 1000BASE SFP optical transceiver is capable of transmitting data at speeds of up to 1.25Gb/s over 10km on singlemode fiber optic cable. The GLC-LH-SM uses an efficient 3.3 volt power supply and is designed to work best in temperatures between 0°C and 50°C. The GLC-LH-SM’s Class 1 Laser operates at a wavelength of 1310nm.
FluxLight carries optical transceivers compatible with all major brands in a variety of form factors. We are sure to have a transceiver that meets your fiber optic networking needs. We guarantee 100% compatibility for all of our transceiver products, and back it up with a 30-day money back guarantee, a 3-year non-prorated warranty, and free email/phone technical support. Now you have a reliable, compatible and affordable means to expand your network while maintaining its integrity.
GLC-LH-SM QUICK SPEC:
|Cable Type:||singlemode fiber|
|Digital Optical Mon. (DOM):||No|
Full downloadable spec sheet: GLC-LH-SM
In addition to the GLC-LH-SM, FluxLight carries other similar Cisco® compatible transceivers, including the: GLC-LH-SM-E, GLC-LH-SMD, GLC-LH-SM-20, and the GLC-LH-SM-40. Each of these models is an SFP 1000Base transceiver. Of special note is the GLC-LX-SM-RGD which is the “rugged” grade version of the GLC-LH-SM, meaning it is better suited for industrial networking applications where conditions may be more harsh. The table below outlines some of the other key differences between these transceivers:
|Max Reach||Cable Type||Interface Type||Tx Wavelength||Temperature Range||DOM/DDM|