XFP Optical Transceiver:
850 nm over MMF for up
to 300 m Reach
JXP Series
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Data Sheet
XFP Optical Transceiver: 850 nm over MMF for up to 300 m Reach
The Lumentum 10 G 850 nm XFP Optical Transceiver is a fully duplex, integrated fiber optic
transceiver that provides a high-speed serial link at 9.95 to 11.35 Gbps signaling rates. The
module complies with the 10 Gigabit Small Form Factor, Pluggable (XFP) Multisource
Agreement (MSA).
The transceiver complies with IEEE 802.3-2005 Clause 52
10GBase-SW/SR (Ethernet) and 10GFC 1200-MX-SN-I (Fibre
Channel) over greater than 300 m of 2000 MHz•km
multimode fiber.
The transceiver integrates the receive and transmit path onto one
module. On the transmit side, the 10 G serial data stream is
recovered, retimed, and passed to a laser driver. The laser driver
controls an 850 nm vertical cavity surface-emitting laser (VCSEL),
enabling data transmission over multimode fiber through an
industry-standard LC connector. On the receive side, the 10 G
optical data stream is recovered from a PIN photodetector/
transimpedance amplifier, retimed, and passed to an output
driver. This module features a hot-pluggable XFI-compliant
electrical interface.
Key Features
• Compliant with XFP MSA INF8077i Rev. 4.5
• Compliant with 10 G Ethernet 10GBase-SW/SR, 10 G Fibre
Channel, and corresponding forward error correction (FEC rates
from 9.95 to 11.35 Gbps
• Compliant with RoHS6/6
• Extended operating case temperature range from −5 to 85°C
• Low power consumption (<1.5 W max)
• No external reference clock required
• Digital diagnostic monitoring support
• XFI system loopback and line loopback
Applications
• Local area network (LAN)
• Storage area network (SAN)
• Ethernet switches and applications
• Fibre Channel switches and applications
Compliance
• IEEE 802.3-2005 Clause 52 standard
• 10 GFC 1200-MX-SN-I standard
• Class 1 laser safety
• Tested in accordance with Telcordia GR-468
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Section 1
Functional Description
The transceiver is a fully duplex serial-electric, serial-optical
device with both transmit and receive functions contained in a
single module that provides a high-speed serial link at 9.95 to
11.35 Gbps signaling rates. It is compliant with IEEE 802.3-2005
Clause 52 10GBase-SR and 10GBase-SW (Ethernet) and
10GFC 1200-MX-SN-I (Fibre Channel). The transceiver is also fully
compliant with the 10 Gigabit XFP MSA INF8077i Rev. 4.5.
Figure 1 shows a block diagram of the transceiver.
Vcc3
Vcc2
Power Supply Sequence /
In Rush Control Circuit
Vcc5 Vee5
GND
No Connect
Transceiver Ground
ROSA
RD-
CDR / Limiting
Amplifier
XFI Loopback
System Loopback
RD+
SCL
SDA
TD-
The output of the Tx signal conditioner is input to the laser driver
circuit which transforms the small swing digital voltage to an
output modulation that drives a VCSEL. The optical signal is
engineered to meet the specifications for 10 Gigabit Ethernet
10 G Fibre Channel, and corresponding FEC rates. Closed-loop
control of the transmitted laser power and modulation swing
over temperature and voltage variations is provided. The laser is
coupled to multimode optical fiber through an industry-standard
LC optical connector.
MCU
Laser Driver
RX_LOS
TOSA
MOD_NR
Vcc3
Vcc3
INTERRUPT
GND
Vcc3
REFCLK+
REFCLKTX_DIS
MOD_DESEL
PDOWN/RST
Figure 1. MOD_ABS
Functional block diagram
The transceiver locks to data without requiring a reference clock.
The reference clock inputs have an internal 100 Ω differential
line-to-line termination. It also has several low-speed interface
connections, including a two-wire serial interface. The low-speed
electrical interface connections include: module not ready
(Mod_NR), module deselect (Mod_DeSel), Interrupt, transmitter
disable (TX_DIS), module absent (Mod_ABS), receive loss
(RX_LOS), and power down/reset (P_Down/RST).
The transceiver supports XFI system loopback. In this mode, data
input on the electrical Tx pins of the XFP module is retimed and
then re-directed to the Rx pins of the module to facilitate
system-side testing and debugging. The XFP transceiver also
supports line loopback. In this mode, data input on the optical Rx
port of the XFP module is retimed and then re-directed to the
optical Tx port of the module to facilitate line-side testing and
debugging.
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Inside the module, the differential signals pass through a signal
conditioner with equalization that compensates for losses and
deterministic jitter present on the input data stream. The transmit
clock data recovery (CDR) function generates a clock that is at the
same frequency as the incoming data bit rate of the electrical
data input. A phase locked loop (PLL) that samples the data in the
center of the data eye pattern phase aligns the clock. The CDR
function does not require a reference clock to “lock” to incoming
data. The CDR contains a lock detect circuit that indicates
successful locking of the PLL onto the incoming data.
TIA
CDR / Equalizer
TD+
Transmitter
The transmitter path converts serial non-return-to-zero (NRZ)
electrical data from line rates of 9.95 to 11.35 Gbps to a standard
compliant optical signal. The transmitter accepts a 100 Ω
differential 120 mV peak-to-peak to 820 mV peak-to-peak 10 G
current mode logic (CML) electrical signal on TD− and TD+ pins.
Receiver
The receiver converts incoming DC-balanced serial NRZ optical
data from 9.95 to 11.35 Gbps line rates into serial XFI electrical
data. Light is coupled to a PIN) photodetector from multimode
optical fiber through an industry-standard LC optical connector.
The electrical current from the PIN photodetector is converted to
voltage in a high-gain transimpedance amplifier.
The amplified signal is passed to a signal-conditioning integrated
circuit (IC) that provides clock and data recovery. The receive
CDR function generates a clock that is at the same frequency as
the incoming data bit rate of the optical data input. A PLL that
samples the data in the center of the data eye pattern phase
aligns the clock. The CDR function does not require a reference
clock to “lock” to incoming data, because the CDR contains a lock
detect circuit that indicates successful locking of the PLL onto the
incoming data. Loss of signal and signal lock detection is included
in the receive circuitry that is reflected in the Mod_NR status pin.
The recovered data is output on the RD+ and RD− pins as a 100 Ω
340 mV peak-to-peak CML signal. The output signal meets the
XFP MSA requirements.
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Figure 2 shows the recommended MSA connections to the
transceiver. Power supply filtering is recommended. To limit
wideband noise power, the host system and module must each
meet a maximum of 2-percent peak-to-peak noise when
measured with a 1 MHz low-pass filter. In addition, the host
system and the module must each meet a maximum of 3-percent
peak-to-peak noise when measured with a filter from
1 to 10 MHz.
RX_ LOS
Mod_ NR
Mod_ Abs
Interrupt
OUTPUT
TX_ DIS
2
P_ Down/RST
+3.3 V
INPUT
Mod_ DeSel
POWER
Mod_DeSel: Input pin. When the host holds this low, the module
responds to two-wire serial communication commands. When
held high, the module does not respond to or acknowledge any
two-wire interface communication from the host.
SC L/SDA
Mod_NR: Output pin. Asserting a high-level signal indicates that
the module has detected a condition that renders Tx and or Rx
data invalid.
Application Schematics
GND
SCL/SDA: Two-wire serial interface clock and data line. Hosts can
use a pull-up resistor connected to Vcc 3.3 V on the two-wire
interface SCL (clock), SDA (data), and all low-speed outputs.
Section 2
1.8V
Low-Speed Signaling
Low-speed signaling is based on low-voltage transistor-transistor
logic (LVTTL) operating at a nominal voltage of 3.3 V.
Interrupt: Output pin. Low assertion indicates possible module
operational fault or a status critical to the host system.
2
TX_DIS: Input pin. When the signal is pulled at a high level, the
transmitter output is turned off.
Mod_ABS: Output pin. Asserting a high signal when the XFP
module is absent; once an XFP module is inserted it is pulled low.
2
TD +/-
XFP Module
RD +/-
Figure 2. Application schematics
RX_LOS: Output pin. Asserting a high signal indicates receipt of
insufficient optical power for reliable signal reception.
P_Down/RST: Multifunction input pin. Powering down the module
or resetting it by pulling the low-speed P-Down pin to high logic.
In Power Down mode no data is transmitted on the optical Tx or
the electrical Rx path. The reset pulse is generated on the falling
edge of the P-Down signal. Following reset, the internal PLLs
must reacquire lock and will temporarily indicate a Mod_NR
failure until the PLLs reacquire lock.
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Section 3
Specifications
3.1
Pin Function Definitions
Pin Function Definitions
Section 3.2 XFP/XFI Reference Model Compliance Points
Section 3.3 Absolute Maximum Ratings
Section 3.4 Electrical Characteristics
Section 3.5 Jitter Specifications
Section 3.6 Timing Requirement of Control and Status I/O
Section 3.7 XFP Two-wire Interface Protocol and
Management Interface
Section 3.8 Optical Transmitter Characteristics
Section 3.9 Optical Receiver Characteristics
Section 3.10 Optical Link Distances
Section 3.11 Regulatory Compliance
Section 3.12 PCB Layout
Section 3.13 Module Outline
Section 3.14 Connectors
GND
17
RD-
RX_LOS
14
18
RD+
Mod_NR
13
19
GND
Mod_ASB
12
20
VCC2
SDA
11
21
P_Down/RST
SCL
10
22
VCC2
VCC3
9
23
GND
VCC3
8
24
RefCLK+
GND
7
25
RefCLK-
VCC5
6
26
GND
TX_DIS
TX_DIS
5
27
GND
Interrupt
Interupt
4
28
TD-
Mod_DeSel
3
29
TD+
VEE5
2
30
GND
GND
1
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GND
16
15
Pin-out on host board
5
Toward Bezel
Section 3.1 Toward ASIC
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Table 1
XFP Optical Transceiver Pin Descriptions
Pin No.
Name
Description
1
Type
GND1
Module ground
2
VEE5
Not used: may be left unconnected (optional −5.2 V power supply)
3
LVTTL-I
Mod_Desel
Module de-select: when held low, allows the module to respond to two-wire
serial interface commands.
4
LVTTL-O
Interrupt 2
Interrupt; indicates presence of an important condition that can be read
over the serial two-wire interface
5
LVTTL-I
TX_DIS
Transmitter disable; turns off the transmitter laser source
6
VCC5
+5 V power supply (not used)
7
GND1
Module ground
8
VCC3
+3.3 V power supply
9
VCC3
+3.3 V power supply
Two-wire interface clock
10
LVTTL-I
SCL
11
LVTTL-I/O
SDA 2
Two-wire interface data line
12
LVTTL-O
Mod_Abs2
Indicates module is not present. Grounded in the module.
13
LVTTL-O
Mod_NR 2
Module not ready: indicates a module operational fault
14
LVTTL-O
RX_LOS2
Receiver loss of signal indicator
15
GND1
Module ground
16
GND1
Module ground
2
17
CML-O
RD-
Receiver inverted data output
18
CML-O
RD+
Receiver non-inverted data output
19
GND1
Module ground
20
VCC2
+1.8 V power supply
P_Down/RST
Power down: when high, the module limits power consumption to 1.5 W
or below. Serial interface is functional in the low power mode.
Reset: the falling edge initiates a complete reset of the module including the
serial interface, equivalent to a power cycle.
22
VCC2
+1.8 V power supply
23
GND1
Module ground
21
LVTTL-I
24
PECL-I
RefCLK+
Reference clock non-inverted input (not used)
25
PECL-I
RefCLK-
Reference clock inverted input (not used)
26
GND1
Module ground
27
GND1
Module ground
28
CML-I
TD-
Transmitter inverted data input
29
CML-I
TD+
Transmitter non-inverted data input
GND1
Module Ground
30
1. Module ground pins (GND) are isolated from the module case and chassis ground within the module.
2. Pull up with 4.7 kΩ – 10 kΩ to a voltage between 3.15 V and 3.45 V on the host board.
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3.2
XFP/XFI Reference Model Compliance Points
C'
C
ASIC /
SERDES
A
XFP Module
TX
B'
Figure 4. 3.3
RX
Connector
D
B
Model compliance points
Absolute Maximum Ratings
Parameter
Symbol
Ratings
Unit
Storage temperature
TST
–40 to +85
˚C
Operating case temperature
TOP
–5 to +85
˚C
Relative humidity
RH
5 to 85 (non-condensing)
%
Static electrical discharge (human body model)
ESD
500
V
Power supply voltages
VCC2 , max
VCC3 , max
–0.3 to 3.63
–0.5 to 6.0
V
V
Receive input optical power (damage threshold)
Pdth
5
dBm
Note:
Absolute maximum ratings represent the device’s damage threshold. Damage may occur when operating the device above the limits stated here, except for brief excursions.
Performance is not guaranteed and reliability is not implied for operation at any condition outside the recommended operating limits.
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3.4
Electrical Characteristics
(Top = 0˚C – 70˚C case, unless otherwise stated)
Parameter
Symbol
Min.
Typ.
Max.
Unit
Notes
Voltage3
VCC3
3.13
3.3
3.47
V
With respect to GND
Voltage5
VCC5
Voltage2
VCC2
Supply Current3
ICC3
Supply Current5
ICC5
Supply Current2
ICC2
Power Dissipation
Pwr
Supply currents and voltages
5
1.71
1.8
V
Not used
1.89
V
With respect to GND
350
mA
0
1.2
mA
400
mA
1.5
W
Low-speed control and sense signals (detailed specification in XFP MSA INF8077i Rev. 4.5)
Outputs
VOL
0
0.4
V
VOH
host_Vcc − 0.5
host_Vcc + 0.3
V
Inputs (TX_DIS,
P_Down/RST, M_DSEL)
VIL
VIH
-0.3
2
0.8
Vcc3 + 0.3
V
V
SCL and SDA inputs
VIL
-0.3
Vcc3 * 0.3
VIH
Vcc3 * 0.7
Vcc3 + 0.5
R pullup pulled to host _Vcc, measured
at host side of connector
IOL(max) = 3 mA
R pullup pulled to host _Vcc,
measured at host side of connector
Pulled up in module to Vcc3
Pulled up in module to Vcc3
R pullup pulled to host _Vcc,
measured at XFP side of connector
R pullup pulled to host _Vcc,
measured at XFP side of connector
Transmitter input (detailed specification in XFP MSA INF8077i Rev. 4.5)
Data input baud rate nominal
9.95
11.35
Gbps
Data input bit rate tolerance
–100
+100
ppm
110
Ω
11.35
Gbps
+100
ppm
Data input compliance
Data input differential
impedance
B
RI
90
100
Internally AC coupled signals
Receiver output (detailed specification in XFP MSA INF8077i Rev. 4.5)
Data output baud rate nominal
9.95
Data output compliance
Data output bit rate stability
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C
–100
Internally AC-coupled signals
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3.5
Jitter Specifications
Parameter
Symbol
Min
Max
Unit
Notes
Transmitter electrical input jitter from host at B (detailed specification in XFP MSA INF8077i Rev. 4.5)
Total non-EQJ jitter
0.41
UI(p-p)
Total jitter
TJ
0.61
UI(p-p)
Eye mask
X1
0.305
UI
Eye mask
Y1
Eye mask
Y2
60
Total jitter less ISI
Mask coordinate X1=0.205 if total non-DDJ is measured.
mV
410
mV
50 mV is allocated for multiple reflections
Receiver electrical output jitter to host at C (detailed specification in XFP MSA INF8077i Rev. 4.5)
Deterministic jitter
DJ
0.18
UI(p-p)
Includes jitter transferred from the optical receiver
during any valid operational input condition.
Total jitter
TJ
0.34
UI(p-p)
Includes jitter transferred from the optical receiver
during any valid operational input condition.
Eye mask
X1
0.17
UI
Eye mask
X2
0.42
UI
Eye mask
Y1
Eye mask
Y2
170
mV
425
mV
Datacom module transmitter and receiver (detailed specification in XFP MSA INF8077i Rev. 4.5)
Jitter transfer bandwidth
BW
Jitter peaking
3.6
8
MHz
PRBS 231-1, Data or scrambled 64B/66B as detailed in
IEEE 802.3-2005 Clause 52
1
dB
Frequency >50 kHz
Max
Unit
Notes
Timing Requirement of Control and Status I/O
Parameter
Symbol
TX_DIS assert time
t_off
10
µs
Rising edge of TX_DIS to fall of output signal below
10 percent of nominal
TX_DIS negate time
t_on
2
ms
Falling edge of TX_DIS to rise of output signal above
90 percent of nominall
Time to initialize
t_init
300
ms
From power on or from falling edge of P_Down/RST
Interrupt assert delay
Interrupt_on
200
ms
From the condition triggering interrupt
Interrupt negate delay
Interrupt_off
500
µs
From clear on read interrupt flags
P_Down/RST assert delay
P_Down/RST_on
100
µs
From power down initiation
Mod_NR assert delay
Mod_NR_on
1
ms
From occurrence of fault to assertion of Mod_NR
Mod_NR negate delay
Mod_NR_off
1
ms
From clearance of signal to negation of Mod_NR
P-Down reset time
Min
µs
Minimum length of P-Down assert to initiate reset
RX_LOS assert delay
t_loss_on
10
100
µs
From loss of signal to assertion of RX_LOS
RX_LOS negate delay
t_loss_off
100
µs
From return of signal to negation of RX_LOS
Note:
Two-wire serial bus timing is described in Chapter 4 of XFP MSA INF8077i Rev. 4.5
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3.7
XFP Two-Wire Interface Protocol and Management Interface
The transceiver incorporates an XFP-compliant two-wire management interface that is used for serial ID, digital diagnostics, and certain
control functions. It is modeled on the SFF-8472 Rev 9.3 specification modified to accommodate a single two-wire interface address.
Details of the protocol and interface are explicitly described in the MSA. Please refer to the MSA for design reference.
Two-Wire Serial Address
1010000x (A0H)
0-
Digital
Diagnostic
Functions
118
119-122
126
4 Byte Password Entry
Page Select Byte Entry
127
128-
128Reserved
For Future
Diagnostic
Functions
255
Table 00H
128XFP MSA
Serial ID
Data
223
224255
Table 01H
128-
255
Table 02H
128-
Vendor
Specific
Functions
User
EEPROM
Data
Vendor Specific
ID Data
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4 Byte Password Change
255
Table 03H-7FH
Reserved
255
Table 80H-FFH
XFP Two-wire serial digital diagnostic memory map
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3.8
Optical Transmitter Characteristics
Parameter
Symbol
Min.
Average optical power (EOL)
PAvg
−6.5
Extinction ratio
Typ.
ER
3
5
OMA (optical modulation amplitude)2
OMA
380
600
Center wavelength
λ
840
RMS spectral width
Δλ
Transmitter and dispersion penalty
TDP
1
Unit
−1.0
dBm
dB
0.25
Return loss tolerance
Relative intensity noise
Max.
RIN12 OMA
1200
µW
860
nm
0.45
nm
3.9
dB
12
dB
−128
dB/Hz
Note:
The specifications are applicable to the operating temperature range only.
1. Tested with PRBS 2 31-1 pattern
2. Triple trade-off curves define OMA, spectral width, and center wavelength (any two parameters fix the third).
3.9
Optical Receiver Characteristics
Parameter
Symbol
Min.
Max.
Unit
Center wavelength
λ
840
860
nm
Stressed receive sensitivity (OMA)
SRS
−7.5
dBm
Receive overload
Pmax
Receiver reflectance
R rx
−12
dB
Receiver sensitivity1, 2
R sen
−11.1
dBm
LOS assert
Plos_on
−21
−14
dBm
LOS deassert
Plos_off
−16
−10
dBm
0.5
6
dB
LOS hysteresis
−1
dBm
1. Receiver sensitivity is informative.
2. Guaranteed at 10.3125 Gbps measured with worst ER, BER<10 -12 , 2 31–1 PRBS.
3.10
Optical Link Distances
Data Rate
Fiber Type
Modal Bandwidth @850 nm (MHz•km)
Worst-Case Distance Range Specified (m)
9.95 − 10.3125 Gbps
62.5/125 µm MMF
62.5/125 µm MMF
50/125 µm MMF
50/125 µm MMF
50/125 µm MMF
160
200
400
500
2000
2 – 26
2 – 33
2 – 66
2 – 82
2 – 300
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3.11
Regulatory Compliance
The transceiver is lead-free and RoHS 6/6 compliant.
The transceiver complies with international electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and international safety requirements and standards.
EMC performance depends on the overall system design. The information herein is intended for use as a basis for design decisions and
any subsequent system-level testing and certifications.
Table 2
Regulatory Compliance
Feature
Test Method
Performance
UL 60950-1
CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1
EN 60950-1
IEC 60950-1
Flame Class V-0
UL-recognized component
Safety
Product safety
Low-Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC
Laser safety
EN 60825-1
IEC 60825-1
EN 60825-2
U.S. 21 CFR 1040.10
TUV Bauart certificate
CB certificate
International flammability classification confirmed for printed wiring
substrates and other flammable materials as required
Certified to harmonized standards listed; Declaration of Conformity issued
TUV certificate
FDA/CDRH certified with accession number
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Radiated emissions
EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
FCC rules 47 CFR Part 15
CISPR 22
AS/NZS CISPR22
EN 55022
ICES-003, Issue 5
VCCI regulations
Class B digital device with a minimum −2 dB margin to the limit when tested
in a representative host.
Tested frequency range: 30 MHz to 40 GHz or 5th harmonic (5 times the
highest frequency), whichever is less
Good system EMI design practice is required to archieve
Class B margins at the system level
Immunity
EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
CISPR 24
EN 55024
ESD
IEC/EN 61000-4-2
Exceeds requirements. Withstands discharges of ±8 kV contact, ±15 kV air
Radiated immunity
IEC/EN 61000-4-3
Exceeds requirements. Field strength of 10 V/m from 10 MHz to 1 GHz.
No effect on transmitter/ receive performance is detectable between
these limits.
Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS)
RoHS
EU Directive 2002/95/EC +
EU Directive 2011/65/EU
Compliant per Directive 2002/95/EC of the European Parliament and of
the Council of January 27, 2003, and the Directive 2011/65/EU of the
European Parliament and of the Council of 8 June 2011 on the restriction of
the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic
equipment.
A RoHS Certificate of Conformance (C of C) is available upon request.
The product may use certain RoHS exemptions.
3.12
PCB Layout
Recommended PCB layout is given in XFP MSA INF8077i Rev. 4.5.
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3.13
Module Outline
(Specifications are in mm unless otherwise noted.)
3.14Connectors
Fiber
The XFP module has a duplex LC receptacle connector.
Electrical
The electrical connector is the 30-way, two-row PCB edge connector. Customer connector is Tyco/AMP Part No. 788862C or equivalent.
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Section 4
Related Information
Other information includes:
Section 4.1
Packing and Handling Instructions
Section 4.2
ESD Discharge (ESD)
Section 4.3
Laser Safety
4.1
Package and Handling Instructions
Connector Covers
The transceiver is supplied with an LC duplex receptacle. The
connector plug supplied protects the connector during standard
manufacturing processes and handling by preventing
contamination from dust, aqueous solutions, body oils, or
airborne particles.
Typical of optical transceivers, this module’s receiver contains a
highly sensitive optical detector and amplifier that may become
temporarily saturated during an ESD strike and could result in a
short burst of bit errors. Such an event might require that the
application re-acquire synchronization at the higher layers (for
example, serializer/deserializer chip).
4.3
Laser Safety
The transceiver is certified as a Class 1 laser product per
international standard IEC 60825-1:2007 2nd edition and is
considered non-hazardous when operated within the limits of
this specification.
Note: Lumentum recommends that the connector plug remain on whenever the
transceiver optical fiber connector is not inserted.
Recommended Cleaning and De-greasing Chemicals
Lumentum recommends the use of methyl, isopropyl, and
isobutyl alcohols for cleaning.
Do not use halogenated hydrocarbons (for example,
trichloroethane or ketones, such as acetone, chloroform, ethyl
acetate, MEK, methylene chloride, methylene dichloride, phenol,
and N-methylpyrolldone).
This product is not designed for aqueous wash..
Housing
The transceiver housing is made of zinc.
4.2
Caution
Operating this product in a manner inconsistent with
intended usage and specifications may result in hazardous
radiation exposure.
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures
other than these specified in this product datasheet may result in
hazardous radiation exposure.Tampering with this laser product
or operating this product outside the limits of this specification
may be considered an “act of manufacturing” and may require
recertification of the modified product.
Electro-Static Discharge (ESD)
Handling
Normal ESD precautions are required during the handling of this
module. This transceiver is shipped in ESD-protective packaging.
Remove it from the packaging and otherwise handle it in an
ESD-protected environment utilizing standard grounded benches,
floor mats, and wrist straps.
Viewing the laser output with certain optical instruments (for
example, eye loupes, magnifiers, microscopes) within a distance
of 100 mm may pose an eye hazard.
This device complies with 21 CFR 1040.10 except for deviations
pursuant to Laser Notice No. 50 dated June 24, 2007.
Test and Operation
In most applications, the optical connector will protrude through
the system chassis and be subjected to the same ESD
environment as the system. Once properly installed in the
system, this transceiver should meet and exceed common ESD
testing practices and fulfill system ESD requirements.
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Ordering Information
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Product Code
Description
JXP-01SWAC1
10 GE/FC SR/SW, 850 nm, commercial temperature range 10 G XFP optical transceiver
JXP-01SEAC1
10 GE/FC SR/SW, 850 nm, extended temperature range 10 G XFP optical transceiver
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