FluxLight's SFP-10G-SR is a Cisco® compatible 10GBase SFP+ transceiver. Our SFP-10G-SR is factory programmed with all of the necessary configuration data for seamless network integration and functions identically to a Cisco® original transceiver. Our SFP-10G-SR is 100% MSA compliant and 100% guaranteed to be compatible with other OEM and third party transceivers. Each transceiver is tested for 100% functionality prior to shipment for outstanding network performance.
The SFP+ transceiver is the industry's smallest form-factor and is capable of 10GBase rates; this allows for the greatest density of devices per chassis. 10GBASE-SR optical transceiver modules support links up to 26 meters on standard FDDI (Fiber Distributed Data Interface) multimode fiber cable. Links up to 300 meters are possible when using OM3 multimode fiber cable.
FluxLight's SFP-10G-SR is 100% compliant with the SFP+ MSA (Multi Source Agreement). As a result, our transceivers feature identical mechanical specifications, pinouts, and management interfaces as name brand transceivers. The SFP-10G-SR operates with an 850nm wavelength, and features standard dual-LC connectors.
The SFP-10G-SR optical transceiver's energy efficiency, small size, hot pluggable capabilities and excellent compatibility make it an ideal choice for setting up a new fiber optic network or upgrading an existing one.
FluxLight offers all brands and form factors of optical transceivers for all your networking needs. We provide a reliable, compatible and affordable means to expand your network while maintaining its integrity.
SFP-10G-SR QUICK SPEC:
|Cable Type:||multimode fiber|
|Digital Optical Mon. (DOM):||Yes|
Full downloadable spec sheet: SFP-10G-SR
In addition to the SFP-10G-SR, FluxLight carries other similar Cisco® compatible transceivers, including the: SFP-10G-LRM, the SFP-10G-ER, the SFP-10G-ZR, and the SFP-10G-LR. Each of these models is an SFP+ 10 Gigabit transceiver with digital optical monitoring capabilities. The table below outlines some of the key differences between these popular transceivers:
|Max Reach||Cable Type||Interface Type||Tx Wavelength|