COMNET Ethernet Range-Extending SFP Copper Module (10 Mbps)

COMNET Ethernet Range-Extending SFP Copper Module (10 Mbps)

COMNET Ethernet Range-Extending SFP Copper Module (10 Mbps)

B&H # COCLSFP1 MFR # CL-SFP1
COMNET Ethernet Range-Extending SFP Copper Module (10 Mbps)

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The ComNet™ CopperLine® CL-SFP is a small form-factor pluggable Ethernet extender module that improves bandwidth and distance of existing copper networks. It helps avoid installation costs of new fiber lines on site by allowing full 10 Mbps or 100 Mbps Ethernet bandwidth to be extended over 2-wire twisted pair or coaxial cable.

Housed in a small form-factor pluggable (SFP) module enclosure, it is designed for plug-and-play installation into any 100BASE-FX Ethernet unit with an MSA-compliant port. These must be used in pairs, with a CL-SFP module installed at both ends of the connection, or a CopperLine unit installed at one end.

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COMNET Ethernet Range-Extending SFP Copper Module (10 Mbps)
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    Technical Information
    Application/Usage Data Networking
    Interfaces/Ports
    Interfaces/Ports Details 1 x RJ-45 10Base-T Network LAN
    Media & Performance
    Media Type Supported Twisted Pair
    Ethernet Technology Ethernet
    Network Technology 10Base-T
    Maximum Distance Supported 1000.66 ft
    Maximum Data Transfer Rate 10
    Physical Characteristics
    Height 0.5"
    Width 0.6"
    Depth 2.9"
    Weight (Approximate) 1.06 oz
    Miscellaneous
    Compatibility MSA Complaint
    Environmentally Friendly Yes
    Environmental Certification RoHS
    WEEE

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