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FS P/N: QSFP-BD-40G
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For more quantities, we recommend getting the alternative product "135552".
The QSFP-40G-BD-RX is used only in the monitoring path of a link containing a passive optical tap splitter, which offers the same specifications as the QSFP-40G-BD Transceiver, except that it does not transmit any signal, and thus eliminates the risk of interfering with the live BiDi link path.
|Form Factor||Single Receiver||Max Data Rate||40Gbps|
|Wavelength||832nm - 918nm||Max Cable Distance||150m@OM4|
Considered an engineered link with maximum 1 decibel loss budget.
|Transimitter Type||N/A||Receiver Type||PIN|
|DDM/DOM||N/A||Commercial Temperature Range||0 to 70°C (32 to 158°F)|
|Receiver Sensitivity||<-6dBm||Power Consumption||3.5W|
|Extinction Ratio||3.5dB||Modulation Format||NRZ|
|Packaging Technology||COB (chip on board) Packaging|| FEC Function|
FEC in host is required to be turned on to increase the reliability of transmission.
|Protocols||40G Ethernet, IEEE802.3ba-2010, MSA Compliant||Application||40 Gigabit Ethernet interconnects, Data Center, Monitoring|
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