Allied Telesis AT-SPSXThe Allied Telesis AT-SPSX SFP is a hot pluggable 1000BASE-SX SFP Transceiver module. It is capable of reaching a maximum operating distance of up to 500 m and transmits using an 850 nm wavelength. The AT-SPSX SFP uses a fiber optic cable with LC connectors. The AT-SPSX SFP transceiver is designed to be used in ATI products such as the AT-8000 and AT-9400 series switches.
The AT-SP10LR is a hot pluggable 10Gbps small form factor transceiver Module. It is compliant with the SFF-8431 SFP+ Electrical Multi-source Agreement (MSA) with five digital monitoring functions: Temperature, Vcc, Tx optical power, Tx laser bias current and Rx received optical power. The Allied Telesyn 10GBASE-LR SFP uses a fiber optic cable with LC connectors.
The AT-SPLX10 SFP transceiver is capable of reaching a maximum operating distance of up to 10 km and transmits using a 1310 nm wavelength. The AT-SPLX10 transceiver is designed to be used in ATI products such as the AT-8000 and AT-9400 series switches.
Model Wavelength Operating Temperature Maximum Distance Type of Fiber Optic Cable
AT-SPSX 850nm -5°C to +70°C 500 m 50/125 μm multimode fiber
300 m 62.5/125 μm multimode fiber
AT-SPLX10 1310nm -5°C to +70°C 10 km 9 μm single-mode fiber
Compliant to SFP+ Electrical MSA SFF-8431
Compliant with SFF-8472 MSA
Standard LC duplex fiber-optic connector
Operating Temperature : -5°C to +70°C
Power Dissipation < 1.3W
with DOM (Digital optical monitoring)
The SFP Transceiver is a Class 1 laser product, so please do not stare into the laser beam. Keep in mind that a transceiver must be connected to another transceiver or fiber optic which has similar operating characteristics. If you want to hot swap the SFP transceiver, there is no need to power off the networking device when you install or replace an SFP transceiver.
Installing an Allied Telesyn SFP Transceiver
Tips: Before installing a SFP transceiver, you must be sure to observe all standard electrostatic discharge (ESD) precautions, such as wearing an antistatic wrist strap, to avoid damaging the device.
To install an Allied Telesyn SFP or SFP+ transceiver, perform the following procedure:
Remove the transceiver from the shipping package and store the packaging material in a safe place.
Slide the transceiver into the SFP slot. If you are connecting the fiber optic cable to the SFP at this time, continue to step 3. Otherwise, stop here.
Remove the dust cover.
Connect the fiber optic cable to the transceiver.
fiber-mart can offer OEM AT-SP series and AP-SP10 series with 100% compatibility, and these SFPs offer the latest industry standard in flexible, full-duplex Ethernet connectivity. These hot-swappable, fiber, interfaces simply plug into an SFP/SFP+ slot on Allied Telesis products that are SFP/SFP+ compatible. Configurations can be optimized to meet varied distance and service requirements.
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