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Datto 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.

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 10/125 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 10/125 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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