Optical Communication System Datasheet 10G SFP+ Active Copper Twinax Cable (ACC) Features • Support for multi-gigabit data rates up to 10.5Gbps • 850nm VCSEL transmitter, PIN photodetector receiver, up to 300m on OM3 MMF • Wire AWG: AWG30, AWG28, AWG26, AWG24 • Cable type: Active Copper Twinax Cable • Application • 1/2/4/8G Fibre Channel (1/2/4/8G FC) • 1x InfiniBand QDR, DDR, SDR • 10G Gigabit Ethernet (10GGbE) • Switched fabric I/O such as ultra high 5...... • performance • I/O consolidation and server High density connections between networking equipment • Commercial temperature range (COM): 0~ 70 °C virtualization • Improved Pluggable Form Factor (IPF) compliant for enhanced EMI/EMC bandwidth switches and routers • Available length (in meters): 1, 2, 3, 4, End of row/Middle of row switching • Low power consumption < 0.5W • Power supply :+3.3V • Small diameter cable design • Compatible to SFP+ MSA • Electrical interface compliant to SFF8431 architectures • Data center cabling infrastructure • Storage Area Networks ( SAN) & Storage Servers 1 Optical Communication System Datasheet Description 10G SFP+ Active Copper Twinax Cable are high performance, cost effective I/O solutions for 10Gb Ethernet, 10G Fiber Channel applications. They combine twin-axial shielded cable configuration with robust die cast housings for enhanced support of high frequency data rates. They are hot-pluggable and low power consumption. They offer a cost-effective way to connect within racks and across adjacent racks and are direct attached compliant and fully conform to the SFP+ MSA specifications. Active SFP+ copper cable assembly use 10GbE Clock and Data Recovery (CDR) technology to support longer distances than standard passive SFP+ Direct Attached Cables. They are compliant with SFF-8431, SFF-8432 and SFF-8472 specifications. Products Specifications I. Absolute Maximum Ratings Parameter Symbol Min Typical Max Unit Standard Temperature Tc 0 25 70 °C Storage Temperature Ts -5 85 °C Relative Humidity RH 5 95 % 3.45 V Supply Voltage Data Rate Per Lane 2 3.15 3.3 1 10.5 Gbp/s Optical Communication System Datasheet II. Performance Specifications Electrical Min. Dielectric Withstand Voltage 300 VDC Insulation Resistance 1000 Mohms Current Rating 0.5 Amp Min/Signal Contact General Operating Temperature 0 to 70 °C Flammability Rating UL 94 V-0 Green Features RoHS, Lead-Free Shield Braid/Foil Marking Mfg Name, Part#, Date Code Plug Backshell Material Nickel-Plated Zinc Diecast Contact Material PCB with Gold-Plated Pads Latch Positive Latching w/Pull Insertion Force 30N Max Withdrawal Force 20N Max Retention Force 90N Max Durability 50 Cycles Min Cable Conductor Solid Wire Gauge AWG30, AWG28, AWG26, AWG24 Impedance 100± 5 ohms AWG 30 :4.2mm AWG 28 :4.7mm Cable OD AWG 26:5.2mm AWG 24: 6.0mm Jacket Type PVC Bend Radius 5X Cable OD 3 Optical Communication System Datasheet III. Electrical Characteristics Test Type Test Item 24AWG Differential 100±5Ω impedance Mutual 14pF/ftnominal capacitance 1.31ns/ft nominal, Time delay (4.3ns/m) nominal Time delay 80ps/10m Electrical skew maximum Characteristics (within pairs) Time delay 350ps/10m skew (between maximum pairs) 10dB/10m Attenuation maximum @ 1.25Ghz 0.026Ω /ft Conductor DC maximum @ Resistance 20°C Conductors (two pair) Insulation 26AWG 28AWG 30AWG 100±5Ω 100±5Ω 100±5Ω 14pF/ft nominal 14pF/ft nominal 1.35ns/ft nominal 1.35ns/ft nominal 14pF/ft nominal 1.35ns/ft nominal, (4.3ns/m) nominal 120ps/8.5m maximum 120ps/7m maximum 50ps/5.5m maximum 500ps/8.5m maximum 500ps/7m maximum 350ps/5.5m maximum 10dB/8.5m maximum @ 1.25Ghz 0.04Ω /ft maximum @ 20°C 10dB/7m 8.4dB/5.5m maximum @ maximum @ 1.25Ghz 1.25Ghz 0.06Ω/ft 0.01Ω/ft maximum maximum @20°C @20°C 24AWG Solid, 26AWG Solid, 28AWG Solid, 30AWG Solid, Silver plated Silver plated Silver plated Silver plated copper copper copper copper Foam polyolefin Foam polyolefin Foam polyolefin Foam polyolefin 26AWG Solid, 28AWG Solid, 30AWG Solid, 30AWG Solid, Pair drain wire Silver plated Silver plated Silver plated Silver plated copper copper copper copper Physical Characteristics Aluminum/p Aluminum/po Aluminum/poly Aluminum/pol olyester lyester tape, ester tape, yester tape, tape, 125% 125% 125% coverage, 125% coverage,Ti Overall cable coverage, Tin Tin plated coverage,Tin n plated shield plated copper braid, plated copper copper copper braid, 38AWG, 85% braid, 38AWG, braid, 38AWG, 85% coverage 85% coverage 38AWG, 85% coverage coverage Outer diameter 6.0mm 5.2mm 4 4.7mm 4.2mm Optical Communication System Datasheet IV. Pin Description Pin Logic 1 Symbol Name/Description VeeT Transmitter Ground 2 LV-TTL-O TX_Fault N/A 3 LV-TTL-I TX_DIS Transmitter Disable 4 LV-TTL-I/O SDA Tow Wire Serial Data 5 LV 5 LV-TTL-I SCL Tow Wire Serial Clock MOD_DEF0 Module present, connect to VeeT 6 7 LV-TTL-I RS0 N/A 8 LV-TTL-O LOS LOS of Signal 9 LV-TTL-I RS1 N/A 10 VeeR Receiver Ground 11 VeeR Receiver Ground 12 CML-O RD- Receiver Data Inverted 13 CML-O RD+ Receiver Data Non-Inverted 14 VeeR Receiver Ground 15 VccR Receiver Supply 3.3V 16 VccT Transmitter Supply 3.3V 17 VeeT Transmitter Ground 18 CML-I TD+ Transmitter Data Non-Inverted 19 CML-I TD- Transmitter Data Inverted VeeT Transmitter Ground 20 Notes 1 1 1 Note： 1. Signals not supported in SFP+ Copper pulled-down to VeeT with 30K ohms resistor 5 Optical Communication System Datasheet V. Low Speed Electrical Hardware Pins In addition to the 2-wire serial interface, the SFP+ module has the following low speed pins for control and status: (1) TX_Fault TX_Fault is a module output pin that when High, indicates that the module transmitter has detected a fault condition related to laser operation or safety. The TX_Fault output pin is an open drain/collector and must be pulled up to the Host_Vcc with 4.7k-10k ohms on the host board. (2) TX_Disable TX_Disable is a module input pin. When TX_Disable is asserted High or Left open, the SFP+ module transmitter output must be turned off. The TX_DIS pin must be pulled up to VccT in the SFP+ module. (3) RS0/RS1 RS0 and RS1 are module input rate select pins and are pulled low to VeeT with a > 30kΩ resistor in the module. RS0 is an input hardware pin which optionally selects the optical receive data path rate coverage for an SFP+ module. RS1 is an input hardware pin which optionally selects the optical transmit path data rate coverage for an SFP+ module. (4) MOD_ABS Mod_ABS is pulled up to Host_Vcc with 4.7k-10k ohms on the host board and connected to VeeT or VeeR in the SFP+ module. MOD_ABS is then asserted “High” when the SFP+ module is physically absent from a host slot. In the SFP MSA (INF8074i) this pin had the same function but is called MOD_DEF0. (5) SCL/SDA SCL is the 2-wire interface clock and SDA is the 2-wire interface data line. SCL and SDA are pulled up to a voltage in the range of 3.14V to 3.46V on the host. (6) RX_LOS RX_LOS when High indicated an optical signal level below that specified in the relevant standard. The RX_LOS pin is an open drain/collector output and must be pulled up to host Vcc with a 4.7k-10k ohms on the host board. RX_LOS assert min and de-assert max are defined in the relevant standard. 6 Optical Communication System Datasheet VI. High Speed Interconnect 7 Optical Communication System Datasheet VII. Installation Caution: Follow accepted ESD practices when handling SFP+ connectors to prevent damage to the internal components within the connector. ESD (electrostatic discharge) is the sudden flow of electricity between two objects at different voltage potentials caused by contact. The basis of any ESD protection strategy is to ground or bring all elements in the ESD protected area to the same potential. An ESD wrist strap should be used for everything in the ESD protected area including personnel, tools, cabinets and components. A. Installing SFP+ Modules Follow these steps to install a Fiberstore SFP+ cable assembly: Step 1. Remove the protective ESD cap from the connector. Step 2. Slide the SFP+ cable end into the slot until it locks into position (see figure 1). There is an audible click when the connector is properly seated. Figure 1. Installing an SFP+ Module Figure 2. Disconnecting Latch Mechanism Figure 3. Removing Modules Caution : The latching mechanism locks the SFP+ connector into place when cables are connected. Do not pull on the cable in an attempt to remove the SFP+ connector. B. Removing SFP+ Modules Follow these steps to remove a Fiberstore SFP+ cable assembly: Step 1. Pull on the SFP+ latch pull lanyard. See figure 2. Step 2. Grasp the SFP+ connector on both sides and remove it from the system. See figure 3. Step 3. If possible, replace the ESD protective cap or put the SFP+ into an ESD protected bag. 8 Optical Communication System Datasheet Datasheet VIII. Mechanical Dimensionsmensions Notes: 1. Unit: mm 2. Tolerance: φ0.1mm if not shown 3. Label specification 4. Latch color: black 5. Tolerance of cable length 9 Copyright Copyright © 2009-2015 © 2009-2015 Fiberstore Fiberstore Optical Communication System Datasheet Test Center Only when quality and 100% compatibility is verified and proved do our modules enter the market. This depends on Fiberstore test center which is supported by a variety of mainstream original brand switches and professional staff. We are proud of this test center and believe all of these devices worth the investments, because it brings the best to our customers. The original switches could be found nowhere but at Fiberstore's test center, eg: Juniper MX960 & EX 4300 series, Cisco Nexus 9396PX & Cisco ASR 9000 Series, HP 5900 Series & HP 5406R ZL2 V3(J9996A), Arista 7050S-64, Brocade ICX7750-26Q & ICX6610-48, Avaya VSP 7000 MDA 2, etc. Cisco ASR 9000 Series(A9K-MPA 1X40GE) ARISTA 7050S-64(DCS-7050S-64) Brocade ICX 7750-26Q Extreme Networks X670V VIM-40G4X Dell N4032F HP 5406R ZL2 V3(J9996A) +86 (755) 8300 3611 10 Juniper MX960 firstname.lastname@example.org Mellanox M3601Q www. AVAYA 7024XLS(7002QQ-MDA) Optical Communication System Datasheet Test Assured Program Fiberstore truly understands the value of compatibility and interoperability to each optics. Every module Fiberstore provides must run through programming and an extensive series of platform diagnostic tests to prove its performance and compatibility. In our test center, we care of every detail from staff to facilities—professionally trained staff, advanced test facilities and comprehensive original-brand switches, to ensure our customers to receive the optics with superior quality. Our smart data system allows effective product management and quality control according to the unique serial number, properly tracing the order, shipment and every part. Our in-house coding facility programs all of our parts to standard OEM specs for compatibility on all major vendors and systems such as Cisco, Juniper, Brocade, HP, Dell, Arista and so on. With a comprehensive line of originalbrand switches, we can recreate an environment and test each optics in practical application to ensure quality and distance. The last test assured step to ensure our products to be shipped with perfect package. 11 Copyright Copyright © 2009-2015 © 2009-2015 Fiberstore Fiberstore Optical Communication System Datasheet Order Information Part Number Data Rate Length Wire Gauge Connector Type Temp. Range Cable Jacket SFP-10G-DAC-1 Up to 10.5G 1m AWG30 Active Copper 0-70℃ PVC SFP-10G-DAC-2 Up to 10.5G 2m AWG30 Active Copper 0-70℃ PVC SFP-10G-DAC-3 Up to 10.5G 3m AWG30 Active Copper 0-70℃ PVC SFP-10G-DAC-4 Up to 10.5G 4m AWG24 Active Copper 0-70℃ PVC SFP-10G-DAC-5 Up to 10.5G 5m AWG24 Active Copper 0-70℃ PVC SFP-10G-DAC-6 Up to 10.5G 6m AWG24 Active Copper 0-70℃ PVC SFP-10G-DAC-7 Up to 10.5G 7m AWG24 Active Copper 0-70℃ PVC SFP-10G-DAC-8 Up to 10.5G 8m AWG24 Active Copper 0-70℃ PVC SFP-10G-DAC-9 Up to 10.5G 9m AWG24 Active Copper 0-70℃ PVC SFP-10G-DAC-10 Up to 10.5G 10m AWG24 Active Copper 0-70℃ PVC Notes: 1. All our SFP+ cables are 100% compatible with major brands like Cisco, Juniper, Enterasys, Extreme, H3C and so on. 2. Customized 10GBASE SFP+ ACC are available in various lengths. 3. The Wire Gauge can be customized if it is required, like AWG24, AWG26, AWG28 and AWG30. 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