10G SFP+ ACC
Optical Communication System
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10G SFP+ Active Copper Twinax Cable (ACC)
Features
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Support for multi-gigabit data rates up
to 10.5Gbps
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850nm VCSEL transmitter, PIN photodetector receiver, up to 300m on OM3
MMF
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Wire AWG: AWG30, AWG28, AWG26,
AWG24
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Cable type: Active Copper Twinax
Cable
•
Application
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1/2/4/8G Fibre Channel (1/2/4/8G FC)
•
1x InfiniBand QDR, DDR, SDR
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10G Gigabit Ethernet (10GGbE)
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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
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Low power consumption < 0.5W
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Power supply :+3.3V
•
Small diameter cable design
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Compatible to SFP+ MSA
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Electrical interface compliant to SFF8431
architectures
•
Data center cabling infrastructure
•
Storage Area Networks ( SAN) & Storage
Servers
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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.
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VI. High Speed Interconnect
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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.
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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
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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)
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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.
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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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