GLC-T is a Cisco® 1000Base-T SFP optical transceiver. FluxLight’s GLC-T transceiver is 100% Cisco compatible, and is factory preprogrammed with all of the same configuration data as Cisco brand transceivers for seamless network integration.
Our GLC-T 100Base-T SFP optical transceivers perform identically to Cisco® original transceivers and are 100% compatible with other OEM and third party transceivers. The GLC-T is 100% MSA (Multi-Source Agreement) compliant and is tested for 100% functionality for outstanding network performance.
The GLC-T transceiver module allows for full-duplex Gigabit Ethernet connectivity in high-end workstations, or between wiring closets using existing copper network infrastructure. This module is hot-swappable, meaning the switch or router the device is plugged into does not need to be rebooted when inserting or removing the transceiver.
Our GLC-T is designed to plug seamlessly into any Cisco® compatible Gigabit Ethernet slot and is manufactured in compliance with SFP MSA standards. The GLC-T transceiver supports 1000BASE-T operations with a reach of up to 100 meters over Cat5 Ethernet cable. The SFP transceiver also features a full metal enclosure to protect it from any electromagnetic interference.
With its standard RJ-45 connector, the FluxLight GLC-T SFP optical transceiver is an ideal option for linking an existing copper network infrastructure directly into your new or existing fiber optic network.
FluxLight offers all brands and form factors of optical transceivers for your networking needs. Now you have a reliable, compatible and affordable means to expand your network while maintaining its integrity.
GLC-T QUICK SPEC:
|Cable Type:||copper ethernet|
|Digital Optical Mon. (DOM):||No|
Full downloadable spec sheet: GLC-T
RJ-45 stands for Registered Jack-45 connector. It is an eight-wire connector that is used primarily to connect Ethernet LAN devices. RJ-45 connectors bear a visual resemblance to the RJ11 connectors used on most wired telephones. RJ-45 connectors are not fiber optic in nature. Rather, they are the standard connector used for CATx twisted pair copper cables.
Twisted pair cables, like CATx Ethernet cables, are comprised of eight separately insulated copper wires that are twisted together to form four pairs. Today’s twisted pair cables are capable of speeds up to 10Gbps over 100 meters.