Transmit and Receive connectors will be inverted on the remote side. The fiber will not link if you connect a Transmit and Receive interface to the Transmit and Receive interface on the remote side. They should be connected TX to RX and RX to TX. ...
You will need to identify the type of fiber cable you have. Whether it is multi-mode or single mode, if it is 62.5/125 μm or 50/125 μm, etc. Typically you can verify the cable type from the cable jacket, your network documentation or the specifications of the devices you currently have con...
While TRENDnet cannot guarantee compatibility with third party hardware, TRENDnet does not employ or implement proprietary mechanisms within our SFP modules. If the third party switch adheres to specifications and also does not use proprietary measures they should be compatible. ...
TRENDnet SFP module TEG-MGBS10 has an LC type connector.
SFP MSA Compliant
LC duplex connector
Data Transfer Rate
Optical Output Power
-9 ~ -3 dBm
10km (6.2 mi.)
Max. Consumption: 0.8W
0° – 70° C (32° – 158° F)
Max. 85% non-condensing
57 x 13 x 12mm (2.2 x 0.5 x 0.5 in.) per unit
18g (0.6 oz.) per unit
Quick Installation Guide
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