Products: 1gb ethernet switch

 

Hight Quality Industrial Gigabit Ethernet Switch IES3104

Description of this Hight Quality Industrial Gigabit Ethernet Switch IES3104 Item Industrial Gigabit Ethernet Switch Series No. IES3104 Description 4 x 10/100/1000Base-T to 1000Base-X Overview The IE

X2-10G-LR 10Gbps X2 Optical Transceiver 1310nm 10KM Reach

Description of this X2-10G-LR 10Gbps X2 Optical Transceiver 1310nm 10KM Reach Features Compatible with X2 MSA Rev2.0b Support of IEEE 802.3ae 10GBASE-SR at 10.3125Gbps Transmission Distance up to 10k

Optical Distribution Frame ODF-E-144

Optical Distribution Frame ODF-E-144

China Fiber Media Converter AOM 1100

Description of this China Fiber Media Converter AOM 1100 Item Fiber Media Converter Model No. AOM-1100 Description 10/100Base-TX to 100Base-FX Overview AOM-1100 Serial 10/100M Fiber Media Converter t

FC-ST Fiber Optic Adapter- Hybrid

The optical Fiber Adapter is the connection part in the active optical connectors. AOA offers the full range of adapters including FC,SC,ST and hybrid adapters. These adapters are widely used in ODF, optic-fiber communications equipment, optical fiber instruments etc.

SFP-B1234L-20 1.25Gbps SFP Bi-Di Transceiver 20km Reach TX1310 RX1490nm

The SFP transceivers are high performance, cost effective modules supporting 1.25Gbps and 20km transmission distance with SMF. The transceiver consists of three sections: a FP laser transmitter, a PIN photodiode integrated with a trans-impedance preamplifier (TIA) and MCU control unit. All modules satisfy class I laser safety requirements. The transceivers are compatible with SFP Multi-Source Agreement (MSA). For further information, please refer to SFP MSA.

LC-FC Fiber Optic Adapter- Hybrid

The optical Fiber Adapter is the connection part in the active optical connectors. AOA offers the full range of adapters including FC,SC,ST and hybrid adapters. These adapters are widely used in ODF, optic-fiber communications equipment, optical fiber instruments etc.

  Fiber Optic Attenuator AT-FF-FC

To ensure proper performance and to maximize the life of optical receivers, the power received by these photodetectors must fall within their dynamic or operating range. For this reason, fiber optic transmission systems often use Attenuators to reduce or balance the power in the passive optical network.