FS Transceiver Introduction & Review

November 15, 2021

With high compatibility and stability, FS transceivers have been well-received by our users. If you're considering FS transceivers and want to know a specific model or compare several models, this post can be a guide for you.

FS Fiber Opitc Transceivers at a Glance

Application Area Data Rate Transmission Distance Temperature Rage Connerctor type
Data Center
10G SFP+ 100m -80km 0 to 70°C (32 to 158°F)
LC, RJ-45
25G SFP28 100m-40km LC
40G QSFP+ 150m-40km LC, MTP/MPO-12
100G QSFP28 100m-80km LC, CS, MTP/MPO-12
400G QSFP-DD 100m-40km LC, MTP/MTO-12, MTP/MPO-16
5G network
1G industrial SFP 100m-80km -40 to 85°C (-40 to 185°F)
LC, RJ-45
10G industrial SFP+ 300m-40km LC, RJ-45
10G industrial BiDi SFP+ 10km-20km LC
10G industrial WDM SFP+ 40km-80km LC
25G industrial SFP28 100m-40km LC
25G industrial BiDi SFP28 10km-40km LC
100G Industrial QSFP28 Transceiver 100m-10km LC,MTP/MPO-12
WDM network
1G CWDM SFP 20km-120km 0 to 70°C (32 to 158°F)
1G DWDM SFP 40km-100km LC
10GbE CWDM SFP+ 10km-80km LC
10GbE DWDM SFP+ 40km-80km LC
25G WDM SFP28 10km-40km LC
100G WDM QSFP28 100m-80km LC,MTP/MPO-12

25G SFP28 Transceivers

FS 25G SFP Transceivers — Great compatibility, great performance, Great Price

“The 25-gigabit transceivers that we're gonna use from FS.COM, by the way, thanks FS.COM, use LC fiber connections...So these are all the server end transceivers that we're gonna be using. These are 25 gigabit from FS.COM. Massive shout-out to those guys. Great compatibility, great performance, and did I mention the price? Freaking awesome."

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10G SFP+ Transceiver Module

FS SFP-10GSR-85 - Work as expected

"We have been using these for two months and they have remained stable. We have also tried them in a few other the lab switches for 2-3 weeks each and saw the same behavior. This is what one would likely expect, and we know many of our readers use these modules. As such, we know a lot of our readers prefer to use 3rd party optical modules such as these FS.COM modules. In our experience thus far, they have worked as expected which is about all we can hope for."

— ServeTheHome

10GBASE-T SFP+ Copper RJ-45 Module

FS 10GBASE-T SFP+ Copper Module - Work perfectly, no errors at all

"Then we move over to the FS.COM (10GBASE-T modules) that claims 80m. We had no problems with 80 meters - 80 meters linked up right away... I popped them in the switch, and wow, I'm impressed with how well these worked... I gotta really say that FS.COM ones I'm really happy with. I only really had running them for about one week, so this is not a long- term test review. When I use the same box of cable and plugged it into the RJ45s on, like this switch here, no errors at all, the transfers went perfectly."

— Lawrence Systems

Buy FS 10GBASE-T SFP+ Copper RJ-45 30m Module

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40G QSFP+ Transceivers

FS 40G QSFP+ Transceivers— high compatibility, work really well

"You actually would have to buy if you had an Intel card. You have to have an Intel transceivers. FS actually has a cool feature where they've emulated every single one of those cards and so what you can do is you can just buy the FS version of them and just say hey I want to make sure it's compatible with Intel, Cisco or whatever and they seem to work really well for that."

— SpaceRex

Buy FS 40G QSFP+ Transceivers

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This article is being updated continuously. If you want to share any comments on FS fiber optic transceivers, or if you are inclined to test and review our fiber optic transceivers, please contact us through our official platform or inform us on social media platforms. We cannot wait to hear more about your ideas on FS fiber optic transceivers.

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