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Omnitron 1000BASE-BX SFP SC SM SF 20KM

  • Omnitron Systems Technology
  • 41065327
  • 7213-1
  • Temporarily Out-of-Stock
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$524.17 
  • Ethernet 1000BASE-BX20-U Cabling
  • Supports Gigabit Ethernet Networking
  • Data Transfer Speeds up to 1Gbps
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 and unshielded twisted pair copper cabling. Pluggable Optical Tranceivers reduce 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. For example, a dual fiber link between two media converters can be split into two single-fiber links to connect another pair of media converters. To accommodate the new fiber configuration, dual fiber optical transceivers in the media converter can easily be replaced with single-fiber optical transceivers. Based on the MSA SFF-8472 and INF-8077i standards, Omnitron's Pluggable Optical Tranceivers support digital diagnostic capabilities, providing enhanced diagnostic information to assist network administrators with network maintenance. When used in iConverter modules managed by SNMP management software, such as NetOutlook, Omnitron Pluggable Optical Tranceivers can collect enhanced, real time transceiver diagnostic information including fiber optic TX and RX power, voltage and transceiver temperature.
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