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Optical Transceivers Supplier

As a leading supplier of optical transceivers, we understand the importance of this essential component in fiber optic networks. An optical transceiver, also referred to as an optical module, is a device that we offer to transmit and receive optical signals over a fiber optic cable. It is commonly used to connect switches, routers, servers, and other network equipment.

Our optical transceivers consist of a transmitter and a receiver that are connected to a single fiber optic cable through a duplex connector. The transmitter converts an electrical signal into an optical signal, and the receiver converts the optical signal back into an electrical signal. Our optical transceivers are available in different types, including SFP, SFP+, QSFP, and QSFP28, which differ in their data rate, transmission distance, and connector type.

We offer SFP (Small Form-Factor Pluggable) and SFP+ (Enhanced Small Form-Factor Pluggable) transceivers that are commonly used for data rates up to 10 Gbps, while our QSFP (Quad Small Form-Factor Pluggable) and QSFP28 (Quad Small Form-Factor Pluggable 28) transceivers are used for data rates up to 100 Gbps. Our optical transceivers support different types of fiber optic cables, including single-mode and multimode fiber, where single-mode fiber is used for longer distances, and multimode fiber is used for shorter distances.

Our optical transceivers also come with a range of connector types, including LC, SC, and MPO, where the connector type on the transceiver must match the connector type on the equipment it will be connected to. We provide hot-pluggable optical transceivers, which means they can be inserted or removed from a device without powering it off. This feature makes it easy to upgrade or replace an optical transceiver without interrupting network traffic.

Our optical transceivers are essential components in fiber optic networks that offer a reliable and efficient way to transmit and receive optical signals over fiber optic cables. When selecting an optical transceiver, it is important to consider the data rate, transmission distance, fiber type, and connector type requirements of the application. Trust us as your supplier to provide you with high-quality and dependable optical transceivers.