SFP Transceivers

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    RedFox & Lynx series

    Gigabit Transceivers

    100 Mbit transceivers
    100 Mbit transceivers

    RedFox & Lynx series

    Gigabit Transceivers

    The Westermo range of Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP) transceivers covers versions suitable for 10/100 Mbit/s applications. LC connectors are used as standard due their small size.

    These transceivers have been verified to meet the Westermo environmental specification and can operate in a range of different Westermo products in harsh industrial applications. The transceivers are coded to allow confirmation that certified versions have been installed.

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    RedFox, Lynx and ODW-700 series

    100 Mbit Transceivers

    100 Mbit transceivers
    100 Mbit transceivers

    RedFox, Lynx and ODW-700 series

    100 Mbit Transceivers

    The Westermo range of Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP) transceivers covers versions suitable for 10/100 Mbit/s applications. LC connectors are used as standard due their small size.

    These transceivers have been verified to meet the Westermo environmental specification and can operate in a range of different Westermo products in harsh industrial applications. The transceivers are coded to allow confirmation that certified versions have been installed.

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    SFP Copper Transceivers

    TX100 and GTX100 Copper SFP's

    TX100-and-GTX100-Copper-SFP's
    TX100-and-GTX100-Copper-SFP's

    SFP Copper Transceivers

    TX100 and GTX100 Copper SFP’s

    10/100 Mbit/s or 10/100/1000 Mbit/s SFPs with auto-negotiation
    Operating temperature: -40 to +85°C

    The SFP copper transceivers make it possible to increase the number of available copper Ethernet ports in any device featuring Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP) slots. An SFP copper transceiver is a very cost effective solution when an additional Ethernet port is needed. Many applications require an FRNT ring over fibre, which only requires two SFP slots. The remainder can be filled with copper transceivers, allowing additional industrial equipment to be connected over the same network without the need for an additional switch.