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1m (3ft) Generic Compatible 200G QSFP56 to 2x 100G QSFP56 Breakout AOC Active Optical Breakout Cable

FEATURES

• 200Gbps to 2x 100Gbps data rate
• QSFP56 MSA-compliant
• 4x 50Gbps PAM4 Modulation
• Connect different host systems by configuring each side separately
• Thinner and lighter than copper cables providing more flexibility
• Built-in digital diagnostic functions for real-time monitor
• RoHS compliant and lead-free

1m (3ft) Generic Compatible 200G QSFP56 to 2x 100G QSFP56 Breakout AOC Active Optical Breakout Cable Description

1m (3ft) Generic Compatible 200G QSFP56 to 2x 100G QSFP56 Breakout AOC Active Optical Breakout Cable

1m (3ft) Generic Compatible 200G QSFP56 to 2x 100G QSFP56 Breakout AOC Active Optical Breakout Cable over OM3/OM4/OM5 multimode fiber via a 200G connector on one side and two separate 100GbE connectors on the other side Provides connectivity between system units.

This cable connects data signals from 4 MMF (Multimode Fiber) pairs on a single QSFP56 end to dual pairs on each QSFP56 multiport end. This active optical splitter cable complies with QSFP-MSA and 200GBASE-SR4 specifications.

Model Name:QSFP56 to 2x QSFP56Vendor NameMvslink
Connector TypeQSFP56 to 2x QSFP56Data Rate200Gbps
Cable Type:Optical CableCable Length1m (3ft)
Protocols
QSFP56 MSA, CMIS
IEEE 802.3cd 200GBASE-SR4
Commercial Temperature Range:0 to 70°C (32 to 158°F)

Applications

1m (3ft) Generic Compatible 200G QSFP56 to 2x 100G QSFP56 Breakout AOC Active Optical Breakout Cable插图

Various Switch Tests

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

1m (3ft) Generic Compatible 200G QSFP56 to 2x 100G QSFP56 Breakout AOC Active Optical Breakout Cable插图1

Questions & Answers

Q: What are the differences between 200G HDR, 100G HDR100, and 100G EDR?
A: 200G HDR uses 4x50G PAM4 modulation, HDR100 uses 2x50G PAM4 modulation, and 100G EDR uses 4x25G NRZ modulation. Generally, 200G HDR devices can be backward-compatible with both HDR100 and EDR, but EDR devices cannot be compatible with HDR100 or HDR.
Q: What about the interface?
A: It’s 4×53.125 Gb/s and 2×53.125 Gb/s electrical.