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Finisar FTL410QE2C QSFP+ Gen2 Optical Transceiver Module

Finisar FTL410QE2C QSFP+ Gen2 Optical Transceiver Module is designed for use in 40 Gigabit per second links over multimode fiber. This transceiver module is compliant with the QSFP+ MSA and IEEE 802.3ba 40GBASE-SR43 for 100 meter links on OM3 fiber. It is also compatible with 10G Base SR for fan-out applications (QSFP+ to 4 SFP+). Digital diagnostics functions are available via an I²C interface, as specified by the QSFP+ MSA. The transceiver is RoHS-6 compliant and lead-free per Directive 2002/95/EC, and Finisar Application Note AN-2038.

  • Compatible with breakout to 10GBASE-SR
  • Four-channel full-duplex transceiver module
  • Hot-pluggable QSFP+ form factor
  • Maximum link length of 100m on OM3 Multimode
    Fiber (MMF) and 150m on OM4 MMF
  • Unretimed XLPPI electrical interface
  • Maximum power dissipation < 1.5W
  • Reliable VCSEL array technology
  • Built-in digital diagnostic functions
  • Single 1x12 MPO receptacle
  • RoHS-6 compliant (lead-free)

  • 40GBASE-SR4 40G Ethernet
  • 10GBASE-SR (up to 100m)
  • Proprietary interconnections
  • Form factor: QSFP
  • Distance: 100m
  • Protocol: 40 Gigabit Ethernet compliant
  • Multi-rate capability: 1.06Gb/s to 41.2Gb/s per channel
  • Data rate (max): 41.2Gb/s
  • Commercial temperature range: 0ºC to 70ºC
  • Diagnostics: Digital
  • Transmitter: VCSEL
  • Receiver: PIN
  • Voltage supply: 3.3V
  • Connector: MPO
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