2x 100G QSFP-DD LR4 with dual CDR 10 km, λ1296-1309 nm, CS-Duplex, Singlemode
- int. Mux
- 10 km
- 2x 103.12 G
- 100G ETH
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|Connector / Polish||2x CS-Duplex UPC|
|Temperature Range||0°C - 70°C|
|Lane Count||8x (Tx/Rx)|
|Bandwidth||2x 103.12 Gbit/s|
|Bandwith Per Lane||25.78 Gbit/s|
|Digital Diagnostic Management (DDM)||Yes, internally calibrated|
|Power Consumption||8 W|
|CDR||TX and RX|
|Powerbudget (dB)||5.5 dB|
|Transmit min/max per lane||-1.3 dBm / 4.5 dBm|
|Receiver min/max per lane||-6.8 dBm / 4.5 dBm (overload)|
|Wavelength TX (Typical)||1295.6 nm, 1295.6 nm, 1300 nm, 1300 nm, 1304.6 nm, 1304.6 nm, 1309.1 nm, 1309.1 nm|
|Wavelength RX (Typical)||1295.6 nm, 1295.6 nm, 1300 nm, 1300 nm, 1304.6 nm, 1304.6 nm, 1309.1 nm, 1309.1 nm|
|Transmit and Dispersion Penalty||2.2 dB|
|Extinction Ratio||4 dB|
|Supported Protocols||100G Ethernet|
Configure Transceiver Using Your FLEXSOXIt's that easy to use
- Insert a Universal Transceiver into the corresponding slot
- Choose vendor and compatibility
- Press play
- Configuration only takes a few seconds
- Use the transceiver in your device. That's it!
- Need it for another device? - Re-configure it again and again
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- MSA Standard compatible
- Nokia (ex. Alcatel-Lucent) 3HE14002AA compatible
What customers say
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Just insert, detect, select and start programming, now we are able to support hundreds off vendors with just a few standard SFP modules.
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Thank you for such a great product.