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10 Gigabit X2-RJ45
dataMate™ product's RJ45 pluggable transceiver module is a high-performance duplex data link for bi-directional communication, integrated with a Category 5 unshielded, twisted-pair copper cable. Compliant with the Multi-Source Agreement (MSA) Small Form-Factor Pluggable (SFP) specification, the RJ45 hot-pluggable transceiver operates at +3.3V and is specifically designed for high-speed Gigabit Ethernet data links at 1.25 Gbps. Its features include:
- IEEE 802.3 1000BASE-T specification compliant
- Supports 1000 BASE-X without clock with 1000BASE-X auto-negotiation to copper
- Die-cast metal housing
- Serial ID functionality
- Enhanced latch ejector mechanism
- TDR functionality support
- Auto MDI/MDIX crossover
- Shunt auto transformer
- SFP 1000BASE-X auto-negotiation bypass mode
- Available in RoHS
Multiple SpeedsThe dataMate's RJ45 transceiver offers 10/100/1,000 mbps operating modes.
Hot-Swap PluggableThe feature allows for system expansion without network interruption.
Open Architecture CompatibledataMate’s copper transceivers are interchangeable with optical SFP ports.
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Features & Options
Enhanced Latch Ejector Mechanism
With rugged stainless steel MIM construction, dataMate's Enhanced Latch Ejector Mechanism is ergonomically designed for easier insertion and removal. See our Technical Library for more details.
Connected to ground, LOS (L) indicates a link on the cable side of the transceiver. See our Technical Library for more details.
dataMate® offers Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) compliance for our RJ45 pluggable transceivers. See our Certifications for more details.
Programming and Labeling
dataMate offers custom programming and labeling on all versions of our copper transceivers. See our Technical Library for more details.