The small form-factor pluggable (SFP) is a compact, hot-pluggable network interface module used for both telecommunication and data communications applications. An SFP interface on networking hardware is a modular slot for a media-specific transceiver in order to connect a fiber-optic cable or sometimes a copper cable. The advantage of using SFPs compared to fixed interfaces (e.g. modular connectors in Ethernet switches) is that individual ports can be equipped with any suitable type of transceiver as needed.
Overview - GBE SFP Series:
The GBE SFP Series optical transceivers are high performance, cost effective modules. They offer the customer a range of design options, including optional DDMI, standard or industrial temperature ranges. They are designed to provide Gigabit Ethernet compliant connections for 1.25 Gbps at short, intermediate and long reach links. These transceivers are qualified in accordance with GR-468-CORE.
Specification - GBE SFP Series:
- Operating data rate up to 1.25 Gbps
- Distance up to 550m~120km
- Single 3.3V Power supply and TTL Logic Interface
- Duplex LC Connector Interface
- Hot Pluggable
- Compliant with MSA SFP Specification SFF-8472
- Compliant with IEEE 802.3 and 1x Fibre
- Channel as defined in FC-PI-2 Rev 10.0
- Operating Case Temperature
- Standard: -5℃ ~+70℃
- Industrial: -40℃ ~+85℃