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The Bosch SFP-26 Small Form-factor Pluggable Optical Interface is an interchangeable module that provides an integrated fiber optic solution. It is designed to transmit 10/100 Mbps ethernet signals over fiber optic cable. When used with VG4-SFPSCKT or CNFE2MC/IN media converters, the interface enables fast ethernet optical interface.
The SFP-26 Pluggable Optical Interface offers a wavelength of 1550/1310 nm (transmit/receive) and is effective up to 1.2 miles (2 km). It can be used with MMF optical fiber and includes Single SC optical interface.
Interchangeable module that provides an integrated fiber optic solution
Designed to transmit 10/100 Mbps ethernet signals over fiber optic cable
Enables fast ethernet optical interface when used with VG4-SFPSCKT or CNFE2MC/IN media converters
MMF optical fiber
Single SC optical interface
Wavelength - 1550/1310 nm(transmit/receive)
Maximum distance - 1.2 miles (2 km)
Table of Contents
Data Interface: Ethernet
10/100 Mbps IEEE 802.3 Compliant
1.2 miles (2 km)
60/125 μm MMF. For 50/125 μm fiber, subtract 4 dB from the specified optical budget value. Must meet or exceed fiber standard ITU-T G.651.
Specified transmission distances are limited to the optical loss of the fiber and any additional loss introduced by connectors, splices, and patch panels. The modules are designed to operate over the entire optical loss budget range, so they do not require a minimum loss in order to operate.
2.5 x 0.5 x 0.3" (64 x 14 x 9 mm)
0.05 lb (0.23 kg)
Bosch SFP-26 Small Form-factor Pluggable Optical Interface Review