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Q:

I have some Mikrotik Switches in my server room, I need some 1GE Copper SFP modules now, any recommendation?

Por T***n en 24 de jun. de 2021

A:

I have this SFP 10/100/1000BASE-T SFP SGMII Copper RJ-45 100m Transceiver Module for FS Switches working on Mikrotik, all is well.

Por L***e en 28 de jun. de 2021

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Q:

Is it compaible with Rockwell 1783-bms06sa?

Por R***s en 30 de abr. de 2021

A:

I have the same switch and tested this transceiver. This transceiver is programmed with Gigabit code which cannot be recognized by my switch. Confirmed that's becasue the switch only support 100Mb. 100Base-T module works better on it.

Por N***j en 29 de abr. de 2021

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Q:

What‘s the difference between SGMII and Serdes?

Por S***r en 10 de febr. de 2020

A:

Serdes and SGMII are both transceiver serial interfaces, the difference between SGMII and Serdes is that SGMII supports 10/100/1000 rate auto-negotiation but Serdes is fixed rate. FS can provide 100BASE-T, 10/100 / 1000BASE-T and 100BASE-FX SGMII modules.

Por J***s en 10 de febr. de 2020

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Q:

Can this 10/100/1000BASE-T transceiver work in the 1000BASE port of my device which supports SerDes interface? How can it be compatible with 100M RJ-45 port?

Por S***n en 10 de febr. de 2020

A:

Yes, this SFP SGMII transceiver can work on the device, but please note that it can only work at 1000BASE rate, can not negotiate backward at 10/100m rate. If you have device with a gigabit SFP port that can negotiate the 100M rate down, then this 10/100/1000BASE-T transceiver can connect to the 100M RJ-45 port.

Por M***r en 10 de febr. de 2020

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Q:

Would this work for a Ubiquiti EdgeRouter 4, which has an empty SFP slot?

Por D***r en 12 de oct. de 2018

A:

Hi, some SFP+ ports allow for that. The physical module should have no issues fitting, but you will have to program the port to accept it. Thanks

Por D***g en 15 de oct. de 2018

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Q:

Why should I trust FS.COM compatible transceivers?

Por S***a en 18 de jun. de 2018

A:

Besides the price advantage we have compared to branded transceivers, FS.COM compatible transceivers also maintain the same performance and reliability. To satisfy our customers' needs of high performance, all of our transceivers are tested multiple times in mainstream original brand switches in our test center before shipped out.

Por M***s en 25 de my. de 2017

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Q:

What kinds of custom choices are offered in FS.COM?

Por G***k en 26 de jun. de 2017

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As for customized transceivers, FS.COM offers regular custom choices such as compatibility, transmission distance, operating temperature, label pattern, label colors and etc. What's more, FS.COM welcomes any inquiry for customized products and solutions for all need and specifications.

Por T***r en 26 de jun. de 2017

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Q:

Once I place an order for my transceivers, how long will it take to receive them?

Por M***r en 23 de my. de 2017

A:

FS.COM has been maintaining huge stock level of the 10/100/1000BASE-T SFP transceivers in U.S. warehouse, EU warehouse and CN warehouse. As long as the products you order are all in stock, we will ship them out the same day you place your order. As for some specific products or products that have a short stock, we will keep you informed ahead of time before you place your order.

Por D***r en 23 de my. de 2017

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Q:

Can the 10/100/1000BASE-T transceivers auto-negotiate with lower data rates?

Por D***r en 13 de my. de 2017

A:

Yes, the FS.COM 10/100/1000BASE-T SFP transceivers can auto-negotiate to 10Mbps, 100Mbps and 1000Mbps.

Por A***n en 13 de my. de 2017

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Q:

What is auto-negotiation?

Por M***d en 11 de my. de 2017

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Auto-negotiation is a protocol developed by IEEE that allows devices to perform automatic configuration to achieve the best possible mode of operation over a link. Devices with this feature will broadcast their speed (10 Mbps, 100 Mbps, and 1000 Mbps) and duplex (half/full) capabilities to other devices and negotiate the best between two devices.

Por C***n en 11 de my. de 2017

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