SFP+ stands for Small Form-factor Pluggable Plus, which is an enhanced version of the SFP. It is a hot-swappable transceiver that plugs into the SFP+ port of a network switch and supports data rates of up to 16Gbps. FS.COM SFP+ optical modules are available with a variety of different types to ensure your networks operate with maximum performance, reliability, and flexibility.
FS.COM SFP+ Optical Modules Quick View
FS.COM provides SFP+ optical modules of different connector type, interface type and protocols. The details are listed below:
SR, 25m (FDDI), 33m (OM1), 82m (OM2), 300m (OM3), 400(OM4)LR, 2km (MMF), 10km (SMF)LRM, 220m (MMF)ER, 40km (SMF)ZR, 80,100km (SMF)BX, ranging from 10 to 80 km with 9/125 SMFT “Copper”, 30m range with Cat6a UTP cableCWDM, 20, 40, 80km range with 9/125 SMF, G.652, G.655. G.656 glass fiberDWDM, 40, 80km range with 9/125 SMF, G.652, G.655. G.656 glass fiber
10 Gigabit Ethernet SFP+ module is a hot-swappable I/O device used in 10 Gigabit Ethernet networks. FS.COM offers a full range of copper and optical SFP+ modules including 10GBASE-T, 10GBASE-LR, 10GBASE-LRM, 10GBASE-SR, 10GBASE-ER and 10GBASE-ZR. Besides, CWDM, DWDM, BiDi SFP+ and 8G/10G/16G FC SFP+ modules are also available. The specification is listed as follow.
Test Assured Platform for 10GbE SFP+ Optical Modules
FS.COM test center is equipped with a broad range of original switches from mainstream vendor like Cisco, Arista, HPE, Juniper, Brocade and etc. SFP+ optical modules performance, compatibility and durability are tested rigorously to ensure product reliability. We will keep adding more brand switches to our test to improve product diversity, and we’ll upgrade this diagram to keep you informed. See more about our Test Assured Progarm: https://www.fs.com/support/test-assured-program.html
Catalyst 3560-X Series
5900 Series Switch （HP 5900AF JG510A）
5900 Series Switch （HP 5900AF JC772A）
5130 Series Switch
Brocade VDX 6720
Brocade ICX 6450-24P
EX 4300 series PoE+
networks S2500-24p-4x10GE PoE
BIG-IP 8900 SERIES
Cables for All SFP+ Transceivers
FS.COM offers comprehensive fiber patch cables for common and special types of SFP+ modules, including singlemode & multimode, simplex & duplex, UPC & APC, lengths from 1 meter to 30 meters in large stocks. We also provides Cat6a UTP cables for 10GBASE-T SFP+ modules. Custom service is available.
50/125 OM4 MMF
50/125 OM3 MMF
What compatible brands of SFP+ transceivers are available in FS.COM?
FS.COM offers cost-effective SFP+ transceivers compatible with major brands like Cisco, HP, Juniper, Brocade, Dell, Extreme, H3C, Arista, Huawei, Intel, IBM, Netgear, Ciena, D-Link, Avago, F5 Networks, Avaya, Alcatel-Lucent, Aruba Networks, Allied Telesis, SMC Networks, TRENDnet etc.
What kinds of custom choices are offered in FS.COM?
Custom services include compatibility, interface type, transmission distance, wavelength, DDM/DOM, operating temperature, label pattern, label colors and shipping package. What’s more, FS.COM welcomes any inquiry for customized products and solutions for all need and specifications. If you need custom service, please visit this site: https://www.fs.com/c/10g-sfp-plus-63
Can FS.COM SFP+ modules and patch cables be shipped directly from USA or Europe?
Yes. FS.COM founded a warehouse in North America and Germany. Till now, we have prepared lots of transceiver modules and patch cables in stock. As long as the products you order are all in stock, we will ship them out the same day you place your order.
What is the difference between SFP+ and SFP?
SFP has a maximum data rate of 4.25 Gbps whereas SFP+ supports data rates up to 16 Gbps. Beyond that, the applications and transmission distance is also different.
Do the SFP+ optical transceivers support 1 GbE operation?
No, auto-negotiation is not supported between the 10 GE and 1GE speed. Only dual rate SFP+ modules can be configured for 1 GbE.
XFP module and SFP+ transceiver both work at 10G data rate, but what are the differences between XFP and SFP+ optical modules and how about their inter-compatibility? Can we connect XFP with the SFP+ module? All the answers can be found in this article.