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7215-2 1000BASE-BX SFP Transceiver reduces network equipment inventories by eliminating the need to maintain surplus modules of various media types for network repairs or upgrades. They also enable network upgrades and growth by providing interchangeable fiber and copper connectors that can easily adapt to and modify any existing network.
Compatibility: Compliant with Multi-Source Agreement (MSA)
Environmentally Friendly: Yes
Environmental Certification: RoHS
Environmental Certification: WEEE
|Manufacturer Part Number||7215-2|
|Manufacturer Website Address||http://www.omnitron-systems.com|
|Brand Name||Omnitron Systems|
|Product Name||1000BASE-BX-D Single-Mode Single-Fiber (15/13) 40km Small Form Pluggable Transceiver Module|
Omnitron's Small Form Pluggable (SFP) and 10 Gigabit SFP+/XFP optical transceivers are interchangeable, compact media connectors. They enable a single network device to connect to a wide variety of fiber and copper cable types and distances.
Pluggable Optical Tranceivers are used to customize iConverter", FlexPoint", OmniConverter" and miConverter" products to meet specific networking protocols and media requirements. They support multimode dual fiber, single-mode dual fiber, single-mode single-fiber, Coarse Wave Division Multiplexing (see the CWDM Optical Transceiver Data Sheet) and Unshielded Twisted Pair copper cabling.
|Product Type||SFP (mini-GBIC)|
|Interfaces/Ports Details||1 x LC Simplex 1000Base-BX-D Network|
|Media & Performance|
|Media Type Supported||Optical Fiber|
|Fiber Optic Cable Standard||9/125 µm|
|Fiber Mode Supported||Single-mode|
|Ethernet Technology||Gigabit Ethernet|
|Maximum Distance Supported||131208 ft|
|Maximum Data Transfer Rate||1.25 Gbit/s|
|ProductTitle||1250Mbps Gigabit Ethernet Single-Fiber SFP (mini-GBIC) Module LC BiDi Single-mode 40km - 1 x 1000BASE-BX-D (1550/1310) Fiber Optical Transceiver|
|Beach Audio Warranty|
This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday, September 28, 2011.