Next level network efficiency - low power SFPs set new standards

Hamm, 06.02.2024 - With a new generation of transceivers, MICROSENS is now offering Low Power Consumption SFPs that consume up to 30% less energy than previous SFPs with the same transmission performance and range.

The effortless integration into existing network infrastructures and the simultaneous optimisation of energy efficiency make Low Power Consumption SFPs the first choice for companies that want to invest into the future.

30% energy saving
The SFPs are designed to minimise the energy consumption of your network. Thanks to their intelligent design, they enable an impressive 30% reduction in energy consumption compared to standard SFPs of the same type.

Green technology
We take our responsibility towards the environment seriously. By using these low power SFPs, you actively contribute to reducing your company's CO2 footprint and help to protect the environment.

Cost savings
Lower energy consumption also means lower operating costs. With these SFPs, you can not only protect the environment, but also reduce your costs.

Reliable performance
Despite the impressive energy savings, the SFPs offer reliable and stable performance. You don't have to compromise on network performance while saving energy and money.

Low heat loss
The 30% reduction in energy consumption also results in lower heat loss from the SFPs. The reduced thermal loss not only benefits the environment, but also increases the longevity of your devices.

Seamless integration
Experience the perfect symbiosis of efficiency and performance. The SFPs not only offer outstanding energy efficiency, but also seamless integration into existing network infrastructures - without compromising on performance.

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Transmitting information via fiber optic connections offers numerous benefits. MICROSENS GmbH & Co. KG recognised this very early on. As one of the pioneers, the company has developed and produced high-performance communications and transmission systems in Germany since 1993. Individually matched to the demands of diverse usage areas and embedded in comprehensive concepts for individual sectors. But, above all, close to the customer. Technical challenges from customer projects are incorporated directly into product development. This way, IP-based automation solutions are created for modern buildings, cost-efficient network concepts for the office and workspace, robust and fail-safe solutions for industrial environments, optical transport systems future-oriented wide area networks and efficient coupling of sites and computer centres.