4 independent full-duplex channels Up to 11.2Gbps data rate per channel
MTP/MPO optical connector
QSFP MSA compliant
Digital diagnostic capabilities
Capable of over 100m ransmission on OM3 multi-mode ribbon fiber
Single +3.3V power supply
Operating case temperature: 0~70C
Maximum 1.5W operation power
Compliant with IEEE802.3ba
Compliant with QSFP+ MSA
Figure 1: QSFP MPO front connector view
The Quad (4-channel) Small Form-factor Pluggable (often abbreviated as QSFP or QSFP+) is a compact, hot-pluggable transceiver used for data communications applications. It interfaces a network device motherboard (for a switch, router, media converter or similar device) to a fiber optic cable. It is an industry format jointly developed and supported by many network component vendors, supporting data rates from 4x10 Gb/s. The format specification is evolving to enable higher data rates model specified here offers 40G datarate over 4 independent full-duplex channels Up to 11.2Gbps data rate per wavelength
The QSFP specification supports Ethernet, Fiber Channel, InfiniBand and SONET/SDH standards with different data rate options. QSFP+ transceivers are designed to support Serial Attached SCSI, 40G Ethernet, 20G/40G Infiniband, and other communications standards. QSFP modules increase the port-density by 3x-4x compared to SFP+ modules.
40G QSFP transceiver module general specifications
QSFP transceiver module, S4 OM3 multimode type
40G OEO Fiber OpticMedia Converter (3R)
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