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Datto Networking: SFP/SFP+ Module Hardware & Specifications

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This article provides the layout and hardware specifications for the Datto Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP) and the Datto Enhanced Small Form-factor (SFP+) module line.

If the firmware of your Datto Switch is older than version 1.03.24, to ensure uninterrupted device operation, see our Required Firmware Update for Datto Switches article for important information.

Environment

  • DNW-SFP-1GB-SX
  • DNW-SFP-1GB-LX
  • DNW-SFP-10GB-SR
  • DNW-SFP-10GB-LR

Specifications

All Datto SFP/SFP+ modules have been tested on Datto Networking Switches.

DNW-SFP-1GB-SX

Type SFP
Data Rate 1 Gbps
Wavelength 1310nm
Max. Distance/Fiber cabling Up to 550m on 50/125μm (OM3/OM4) Multi-Mode Fiber
Connector Duplex LC
Operating Temperature 0°C to 70°C
Hot Pluggable Yes
Recommended Cable 50/125 LC to LC Multi-mode duplex

DNW-SFP-1GB-LX

Type SFP
Data Rate 1 Gbps
Wavelength 850nm
Max. Distance/Fiber cabling Up to 10km on Single-Mode Fiber
Connector Duplex LC
Operating Temperature 0°C to 70°C
Hot Pluggable Yes
Recommended Cable 9/125 LC to LC Single-Mode duplex

 DNW-SFP-10GB-SR

Type SFP+
Data Rate 10 Gbps
Wavelength 850nm
Max. Distance/Fiber cabling Up to 550m on 50/125μm (OM3/OM4) Multi-Mode Fiber
Connector Duplex LC
Operating Temperature 0°C to 70°C
Hot Pluggable Yes
Recommended Cable 50/125 LC to LC Multi-mode duplex

 DNW-SFP-10GB-LR

Type SFP+
Data Rate 10 Gbps
Wavelength 1310nm
Max. Distance/Fiber cabling Up to 10km on Single-Mode Fiber
Connector Duplex LC
Operating Temperature 0°C to 70°C
Hot Pluggable Yes
Recommended Cable 9/125 LC to LC Single-Mode duplex

Datto does not currently do not test/verify fiber cable types or throughput over max distances at this time.


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