Eten 1000BaseSX Module - MG-LC

Eten 1000BaseSX Module (LC, MMF 220/550m)

Scan code: LN43642 Manufacturer code: MG-LC Request call
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Product Overview • Complaint with IEEE 802.3z 1000BaseSX Gigabit Ethernet Standards
• Duplex LC Connector
• Hot Pluggable
• Class 1 Laser Product
• Industry Standard
• Single 3.3V Power Supply
• Cable Type: 62.5µm MMF:220m; 50µm MMF:550m
• Operating Temperature: 0 to 60°C
• Storage Temperature: -40 to 85°C
• Humidity: 10 to 90% Features Specifications:
• Model: MG-LC
• Wavelength: 850nm
• Media: MMF
• Distance: 220/ 550 m
• TX Power (dBm): -9.5 ~ -4
• RX Sensitivity (dBm): -18 Max.
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Total Network Ports 1 x SFP
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Eten 1000BaseSX Module - MG-LC
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