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Suitable for use in switches and modules that support XENPAK transceivers, 10.3 Gbps Model C018XX01 comprises optical transmitter and receiver, XAUI interface, Mux and Demux with clock and data recovery. Transceiver uses 850 nm VCSEL laser diode to achieve transmission distance up to 300 m over 50/125 multi-mode fiber. It also allows for MDIO and DOM and has SC connectors. Optical interface is compliant with IEEE802.3ae and 10GBASE-SR. Read More
Operating at 850 nm, model C016P101 features duplex LC connector and offers data links up to 1.25 Gbps as well as transmission distance up to 550 m on 50/125 μm multi-mode fiber (MMF) and 300 m on 62.5/125 μm MMF. Transmitter section uses 850 nm VCSEL laser, and receiver section uses integrated InGaAs detector preamplifier mounted in optical header and limiting post-amplifier IC. Unit provides standard AC coupled CML for high speed signal and LVTTL control and monitoring of signals. Read More
Used in pairs, C016PB01 plugs into Ethernet SFP port of D-Link switch or router to link port with network. This D-Link compatible 1000Base-LX SFP bidirectional transceiver uses standard simplex LC connectors and provides max transmission distance over 9/125 micron single mode fiber. While transmitter section uses 1,550 nm DFB laser/1,310 nm Fabry-Perot laser, receiver section uses integrated B type/A type detector preamplifier mounted in optical header and limiting post-amplifier IC. Read More
Intended for fiber link certification, routine maintenance, and labs, model C0270001 can be used with typ 9/125 single mode fibers for continuously variable optical signal attenuation. It combines functions of attenuator and optical power meter and lets user set output power level. Featuring on line attenuation in 0.05 dB steps, product offers FC and PC interchangeable connectors. Attenuating wavelength range is 1,260–1,650 nm at accuracy of ±0.8 dB, and measurement range is 2.5–65 dB. Read More
As 10GBASE-SR XENPAK transceiver, RoHS-compliant model C018XX01 is hot Z-pluggable and features up to 10.3 GBd bi-directional data links. Fully integrated module, which can be used in switches and modules that support XENPAK transceivers, consists of 850 nm wavelength optical transmitter and receiver, XAUI interface, and Mux/Demux with clock and data recovery (CDR). Product uses 850 nm VCSEL laser diode to achieve transmission distance of up to 300 m over 50/125 multi-mode fiber. Read More
While designed for ADSL/2/2+ and Re-ADSL testing, model A0010007 also functions as DMM and performs copper tests with ISP login and IP Ping tests. Handheld and portable unit further provides modem emulation, telephone call functions, and line voltage indication. Suited for ADSL/ADSL2+ network installation, maintenance, and fault detection, tester offers data memory capacity for up to 50 records, communicates with computer via RS232 interface, and is compliant with PPPoE and PPPoA protocols. Read More
Featuring flexible software-definition and simulated LEDs for current/historical error indication, Model A0020005 performs on-line and off-line tests of T1, E1, E2, E3, E4, DS1, DS3, STM-1, STM-4, and STM-16. Handheld unit is suited for pulse mask analysis, overhead analysis, point analysis, and anomaly/defect analysis as well as BER testing. In addition, analyzer provides automatic tributary scanning, automatic protection switching, round trip delay measurement, and TCM serial monitoring. Read More
With 0–40 MΩ insulation test range at 2 km max, model A0080003 performs multi-line as well as twisted pair testing. Unit incorporates functions of telephone set, circuit performance tester, and security tester, promoting comprehensive detection of line errors. Compatible with FSK and DTMF meeting GB/T 15279-94 standard, tester uses rechargeable 9 V Ni-MH battery and displays line voltage and insulation test results on LCD. Dialing functionality and caller ID are standard features. Read More
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