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1m (3ft) Cisco QDD-400-AOC1M Compatible 400G QSFP-DD Active Optical Cable

FEATURES

  • Data rate up to 425Gb/s (8x PAM4 53Gb/s)
  • 850nm VCSEL laser and PIN receiver
  • High speed I/O electrical interface (400GAUI-8)
  • I2C interface with integrated Digital Diagnostic Monitoring(DDM)
  • Single +3.3V power supply
  • Power consumption less than 10W per end
  • Low latency time with CDR solution
  • Operating case temperature:0~+70°C
  • Compliant toRoHS-10

1m (3ft) Cisco QDD-400-AOC1M Compatible 400G QSFP-DD Active Optical Cable Description

1m (3ft) Cisco QDD-400-AOC1M Compatible 400G QSFP-DD Active Optical Cable

The 1m (3ft) Cisco QDD-400-AOC1M Compatible 400G QSFP-DD Active Optical Cable are designed for use in 400 Gigabit Ethernet links over OM4 multimode fibers, and contain eight multi-mode fibers (MMF) optic transceivers per end, each operating at data rates of up to 53Gb/s. This active optical cable is compliant with IEEE 802.3cd, OIF-CEI-04.0, QSFP-DD MSA, and QSFP-DD-CMIS-rev4p0.

Thin and lightweight AOC cables simplify cable management, enabling an efficient system airflow, which is critical in high-density racks. It is used extensively in cloud and supercomputers due to its low cost, high-value proposition, and increased reliability.

Model Name:OFQD42GxxC-F85Vendor NameMvslink
Connector TypeQSFP-DD to QSFP-DDData Rate400Gbps
Cable Type:OM4Cable Length1m (3ft)
ProtocolsIEEE 802.3cd, OIF-CEI-04.0, QSFP-DD MSA,QSFP-DD-CMIS-rev4p0Commercial Temperature Range:0 to 70°C (32 to 158°F)

Applications

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Various Switch Tests

Every module is quality tested for compatibility in the multi-brand switches environment, which guarantees flawless operations.

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Questions & Answers

Q: What does the QSFP-DD mean?
A: The QSFP-DD means Quad Small Form-Factor Pluggable Double Density, and it is an enhanced version of the existing QSFP form factor.
Q: Difference between osfp and qsfp-dd?
A: QSFP-DD currently only supports up to 400Gb/s, but OSFP can support up to 800Gb/s.