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iMcV-10GConverter
SFP+/SFP+
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CAUTION:
This is an Electrostatic Sensitive Device. Use ESD precautions for
safe handling.
Before removing the card from the anti-static protective
packaging:
• Discharge any static electricity buildup on your body by
touching a large grounded metal surface or the metal chassis on
equipment connected to earth ground by a 3-wire power cord.
Use of a grounding wrist strap is recommended.
• Avoid touching the gold connectors or other parts on the card
except when necessary to set the configuration DIP switches.
• Remove AC power from the computer before inserting the card
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS ..................................................................... II
CHAPTER 1: GENERAL INFORMATION................................... 1
INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................ 1
SPECIFICATIONS .......................................................................................... 1
CHAPTER 2: INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS ..................... 2
PRE-SETUP STEPS ....................................................................................... 2
ESD Precautions...............................................................................................2
INSTALLING AN IMCV-MODULE ................................................................. 2
To Install an iMcV-10G-Converter SFP+/SFP+ ....................................3
Managed Modules ............................................................................................3
Unmanaged Modules ......................................................................................4
CHAPTER 3: OPERATION .............................................................. 6
LOSS CARRY FORWARD (LCF) .................................................................. 6
INTERNAL TEST HEAD ................................................................................. 6
CHAPTER 4: LED OPERATION ..................................................... 7
CHAPTER 5: FIBER OPTIC CLEANING GUIDELINES .......... 9
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General Information
CHAPTER 1: GENERAL INFORMATION
INTRODUCTION
The iMcV-10G-Converter SFP+/SFP+ is a single wide module that can be installed in
an iMediaChassis series, a MediaChassis series or an IE-MediaChassis series.
The iMcV-10G-Converter SFP+/SFP+ is a media converter module with SFP+ ports
which can provide a conversion between different fiber types. Fiber types include
Single Mode (SM) and Multi Mode (MM). The supported transmission speeds are:
10G Ethernet, 10G Sonet/SDH, 10G Fiber channel and 10G OTN.
iMcV-10G-Converter SFP+/SFP+
SPECIFICATIONS
Environmental
Operating temperature range: -20Cº to 60ºC (-32Fº to
60ºF) minimum
Operating humidity: 5% to 95%, non-condensing
Altitude: 0 to 10,000 ft.
Power
Consumption
Typical @ 5V: 637mA @ 70ºC
Dimensions
Single-wide iMcV-module
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Operation
CHAPTER 2: INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
PRE-SETUP STEPS
The iMcV-10G-Converter SFP+/SFP+ modules have user-configurable features
(e.g., Loss Carry Forward (LCF), speed (based on protocol selection) and
loopback.
Your iMcV-10G-Converter SFP+/SFP+ has been tested for proper operation
before packaging and shipping. It should be in perfect mechanical and electrical
condition upon receipt.
ESD PRECAUTIONS
To ensure a successful installation and setup it is important that you follow the
standard ESD precautions outlined below:
CAUTION:
This is an Electrostatic Sensitive Device. Use ESD
precautions for safe handling.
Before removing the card from the anti-static protective
packaging:
• Discharge any static electricity buildup on your body by
touching a large grounded metal surface or the metal chassis
on equipment connected to earth ground by a 3-wire power
cord. Use of a grounding wrist strap is recommended.
• Avoid touching the gold connectors or other parts on the card
except when necessary to set the configuration DIP switches.
• Remove AC power from the computer before inserting the card
INSTALLING AN IMCV-MODULE
The iMcV-10G-Converter SFP+/SFP+ can be installed in B+B SmartWorx' SNMP
manageable iMediaChassis, MediaChassis series AC or DC, or IE-MediaChassis AC
or DC.
Note: All modules are hot-swappable.
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Operation
TO INSTALL AN IMCV-10G-CONVERTER SFP+/SFP+
1.
Remove the blank bracket covering the slot where the module is to
be installed by removing the screws on the outside edges of the
bracket.
2.
Slide the iMcV-10G-Converter SFP+/SFP+ into the chassis, via the
card guides, until the module is seated securely in the connector.
3.
Secure the module to the chassis by tightening the captive screw.
4.
Save any “blanks” removed during installation for future use if the
configuration requirements change.
MANAGED MODULES
To manage one or more iMcV-Modules, a SNMP Management Module must be
installed in an iMediaChassis series, available in 3, 6 or 20 slots for both AC and
DC. Using management, the 10G converter will be identified in the slot it is
installed in, as well as options to set LoopBack and Loss Carry Forward (LCF).
The Module details includes an SFP+ table so that management can provide
information about the SFP+ if SFP+ with DDMI is installed. The SFP+ table
provides information such as temperature, voltage, output power, receive power,
vendor serial number, vendor part number and vendor name.
CONFIGURATION CONTROL AND SNMP MANAGEMENT
Some iMcV-Modules* offer Configuration Control; labels on the front faceplate
will identify if the iMcV-module has Configuration Control. Configuration Control
has been implemented to assist the end user with the following:
Any type of module or Management Module, could be swapped out under
power without losing any configuration.
•
The Management Module can be added to a chassis without losing
any configuration.
•
The Management Module should not be subjected to failure or
interruption in a “Mission Critical” environment. If the
Management Module is removed or fail, the modules should not
experience an interruption in service.
Configuration Control was created to solve the following issues:
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Operation
•
When non-Configuration Control modules are placed in a managed
chassis, the module’s DIP switches are ignored, and the module is
configured by the chassis’ Management Module. If the SNMP
Management Module is removed or fails, then the modules will
revert back to the DIP switch settings. When a module changes
from Management Module's settings to DIP switch settings, the
traffic across the module will drop for a very short period of time.
•
When introducing a Management Module to a chassis full of
working non-Configuration Control modules, the modules will stop
using the DIP switch settings and start using the Management
Module settings. When a module changes from DIP switch settings
to Management Module settings, the traffic across the modules will
drop for a very short period of time.
•
When removing an existing module and replacing it with a different
type of module, the configuration of the existing module remains.
Note: The iMcV-SFP+/SFP+ supports
Configuration Control and is identified as such on
the faceplate label. In addition, a menu of 10G
protocols can be selected through the iView²
software if the user chooses to specify the
protocol rather than allow the module to detect it.
UNMANAGED MODULES
Before installing, configure the iMcV-10G-Converter SFP+/SFP+ modules for
desired features. The DIP switch settings enable the end user to select the
speed/protocol, loopback modes and Loss Carry Forward (LCF). The table below
indicates the available features and settings for the iMcV-10G-Converter
SFP+/SFP+ modules.
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Operation
Note that you can also use iView2 to choose specific 10G protocols.
Switch
Function
1
“ON” to Enable LCF from SFP+ 1 to SFP+ 2
2
“ON” to Enable LCF from SFP+ 2 to SFP+ 1
4,3
Combination of settings
4,3
7,6,5
Default
OFF
OFF
0,0
10G Ethernet
10.3125 Gb/S
0,1
OC-192 SONET/SDH
9.9532 Gb/S
1,0
10G Fiber Channel
10.518 Gb/S
1,1
ITU G.709 OTU-2
10.709 Gb/S
Combination of settings
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6
5
OFF
OFF
OFF
No Loopbacks or Test Patterns
OFF
OFF
ON
Enable Loopback SFP+ 1 (Line Side Optical)
OFF
ON
OFF
Enable Loopback SFP+ 2 (Line Side Optical)
OFF
ON
ON
Enable Loopback both SFP+ 1 and SFP+ 2
ON
OFF
OFF
NA
ON
OFF
ON
Send Test Pattern to SFP+ 1 (PRBS 2^31)
ON
ON
OFF
Send Test Pattern to SFP+ 2 (PRBS (2^31)
ON
ON
ON
NA
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NA
DIP Switch Settings.
Internal
Clock
Reference
Default
0,0
Default All
OFF
OFF
Board Layout
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Operation
CHAPTER 3: OPERATION
LOSS CARRY FORWARD (LCF)
When a fault is detected on the incoming optical line that would severely affect
the quality of the corresponding output optical signal, this signal is turned OFF as
opposed to sending a bad optical signal to the next unit over the optical line.
The Loss Carry Forward function provides a very positive fault indication to the
downstream unit.
If the LCF function is not enabled, the transmitted optical signal is dependent on
the SFP+ units installed. This fault indication may become very intermittent
depending on the actual optical signal level.
INTERNAL TEST HEAD
The SFP+ unit supports an internal test head function. This intrusive function
can send a “test” signal pattern to the optical port. When this pattern is
detected by the far end unit, it can be automatically looped back by the far end
unit to the local end where it is checked for errors. In this way, complete full
bandwidth, line test, and verification can be performed on the line from only one
end.
Internal Test Head Function.
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LED Operation
CHAPTER 4: LED OPERATION
Each iMcV-10G-Converter SFP+/SFP+ features diagnostic LEDs that provide
information on features and ports.
Name
Color
Function
SFP+1
FLT
Yellow
LOS
Red
LNK
Green
ON when the Optical Link is good
TST
Yellow
ON when Test Function is enabled and “Blinks” if the test
pattern received has any errors.
FLT
Red
ON when a DDMI fault is detected or SFP+ not installed.
LOS
Yellow
ON when no link is detected
LNK
Green
ON when the Optical Link is good
TST
Yellow
ON when Test Function is enabled and “Blinks” if the test
pattern received has any errors.
ON when a DDMI fault is detected or SFP+ not installed.
ON when no link is detected
SFP+2
LED Operation.
NOTE:
Regardless of whether an SNMP Management Card is installed in the chassis
or not, if you insert a 10G card with the SFP+ ports populated, the 10G card
should go through a short initialization (bootup). After that occurs, the two
LEDs on the left (LOS, FLT) will reflect Red, Amber, until you connect the
SFP+ ports to your switch or whatever END Device 10G product you have;
the LNK LED will flash green until the ports are synchronized and then
remain a solid green.
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LED Operation
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Fiber Optic Cleaning Guidelines
CHAPTER 5: FIBER OPTIC CLEANING GUIDELINES
Fiber Optic transmitters and receivers are extremely susceptible to
contamination by particles of dirt or dust, which can obstruct the optic path and
cause performance degradation. Good system performance requires clean optics
and connector ferrules.
1. Use fiber patch cords (or connectors, if you terminate your own
fiber) only from a reputable supplier; low-quality components can
cause many hard-to-diagnose problems in an installation.
2. Dust caps are installed by the manufacturer to ensure factory-clean
optical devices. These protective caps should not be removed until
the moment of connecting the fiber cable to the device. Should it
be necessary to disconnect the fiber device, reinstall the protective
dust caps.
3. Store spare caps in a dust-free environment such as a sealed plastic
bag or box so that when reinstalled they do not introduce any
contamination to the optics.
4. If you suspect that the optics have been contaminated, alternate
between blasting with clean, dry, compressed air and flushing with
methanol to remove particles of dirt.
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