Small form factor pluggable (SFP) transceivers are used in data communication applications where it's often installed on networking hardware (switches, media converters, etc.) to connect a fiber optic cable. Due to its higher port density, its support of different speeds, and its ability to use various types of fiber cables, the SFP transceiver is often used by OEMs when compared to a standard GBIC (Gigabit Interface Converter). The SFP transceiver is hot-pluggable and compact, making it ideal for use in network applications. SFP transceivers come with various specifications, allowing users to taylor to their specific preference.
this transceiver is 100% compatible and fully tested to meet or exceed OEM specifications. Specific OEM configuration data is loaded onto the EEPROM of the transceiver, allowing it to operate identically to the OEM's transceiver. The transceiver complies with Multi-Source Agreement (MSA) standards.