There are two types of Fast Ethernet SFPs; one designed for 100Mb capable transceiver slots ("FE" in the part number) and one designed for GigE compatible transceiver slots ("GE" in the part number). Review the user guides to determine the bandwidth of the transceiver slot you will be using.
SFPs transceivers always have LC connectors (due to the small physical size of the module).
You can purchase fiber optic jumper cables that have LC connectors on one end and SC (or other connector types) on the other end. They are available from many, many sources, Panduit, Fiber Instrument Sales, FRYs, etc. Just select the connector type, connector polish, fiber type, length and jacketing size.
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