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This 1310 nm DFB 10Gigabit SFP+ transceiver is designed to transmit and receive optical data over single mode optical fiber for link length 10km.
The FG-TRAN-SFP+LR-AOK module electrical interface is compliant to SFI electrical specifications The transmitter input and receiver output impedance is 100 Ohms differential. Data lines are internally AC coupled. The module differential termination and reduce differential to common mode conversion for quality signal termination and low EMI. SFI typically operates over 200mm of improved FR4 material or up to about 150mm of standard FR4 with connector.
Environmentally Friendly: Yes
Environmental Certification: RoHS
|Manufacturer Part Number||FG-TRAN-SFP+LR-AOK|
|Manufacturer Website Address||http://www.addoncomputer.com|
|Product Name||Fortinet FG-TRAN-SFP+LR Compatible 10GBase-LR SMF SFP+|
AddOn's industry-standard SFP+ is a hot-swappable input/output device that plugs into a Gigabit Ethernet slot, linking the port with the fiber-optic network. AddOn's transceivers (GBIC, SFP, XFP and XENPAK) are 100% compliant for all of our networking product lines. AddOn transceivers are factory loaded with OEM specific configuration data required for networking compliance. These transceivers initialize and perform identically to the OEM transceivers and can be mixed and deployed with other OEM or 3rd party transceivers, for seamless network performance.
|Interfaces/Ports Details||1 x LC 10GBase-LR Network|
|Media & Performance|
|Media Type Supported||Optical Fiber|
|Fiber Mode Supported||Single-mode|
|Ethernet Technology||10 Gigabit Ethernet|
|Maximum Data Transfer Rate||10 Gbit/s|
|Weight (Approximate)||2.40 oz|
|ProductTitle||AddOn Fortinet FG-TRAN-SFP+LR Compatible TAA Compliant 10GBase-LR SFP+ Transceiver (SMF, 1310nm, 10km, LC, DOM) - 100% compatible and guaranteed to work|
|Limited Warranty||3 Year|
|Beach Audio Warranty|
This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday, January 17, 2017.