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This user guide contains SFP and XFP transceiver specifications and compatibility information for
the OmniSwitch 6250, 6850, 6850E, 6855, 6400, 9000, 9000E and the OmniStack 6200 Series of
switches . The information described in this guide is subject to change without notice.

Attention: Use of any transceivers other than those part numbers listed in the SFP and XFP
Compatibility Matrices is prohibited. Failure to comply with these matrices is not guaranteed for
proper performance and may result in voiding the warranty for the affected platforms.

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• U.S. Patent No. 5,394,402
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• U.S. Patent No. 6,542,507
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About This Guide ........................................................................................................... v

Supported Platforms ........................................................................................................... v
Who Should Read this Manual? ........................................................................................ vi
When Should I Read this Manual? .................................................................................... vi
What is Not in this Manual? .............................................................................................. vi
How is the Information Organized? ................................................................................. vii
Documentation Roadmap ................................................................................................. vii
Related Documentation ..................................................................................................... ix
Product Documentation ..................................................................................................... xi
Technical Support ............................................................................................................. xi
Chapter 1

Small Form-Factor Pluggables (SFPs) ................................................................... 1-1

In This Chapter ................................................................................................................1-1
SFP MSA Specification ..................................................................................................1-2
SFP Transceiver Installation and Removal .....................................................................1-3
Gigabit Ethernet Transceivers .........................................................................................1-5
Dual-Speed Ethernet Transceivers ..................................................................................1-8
Bi-directional Ethernet Transceivers ...............................................................................1-9
100 FX Ethernet Transceivers .......................................................................................1-12
CWDM Gigabit Ethernet Transceivers .........................................................................1-14
10-Gigabit SFP+ Transceivers ......................................................................................1-15
Chapter 2

Industrial Small Form Factor Pluggables (iSFPs) ............................................ 1-18

In This Chapter ..............................................................................................................1-18
Industrial Gigabit Ethernet Transceivers ......................................................................1-19
Industrial Bi-directional Ethernet Transceivers ............................................................1-22
Industrial 100 FX Ethernet Transceivers ......................................................................1-25
Industrial 10-Gigabit SFP+ Transceivers ......................................................................1-27
Chapter 3

10-Gigabit Small Form Factor Pluggables (XFPs) .......................................... 1-28

In This Chapter ..............................................................................................................1-28
XFP MSA Specification ................................................................................................1-29

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XFP Transceiver Installation and Removal ..................................................................1-30
10-Gigabit Ethernet Transceivers .................................................................................1-31
Chapter 4

SFP Compatibility Matrix ........................................................................................ 1-34

OmniSwitch 9000 Series ...............................................................................................1-34
OmniSwitch 9000E Series ............................................................................................1-35
OmniSwitch 6855 Series ...............................................................................................1-36
OmniSwitch 6850 Series ...............................................................................................1-37
OmniSwitch 6850E Series ............................................................................................1-38
OmniSwitch 6400 Series ...............................................................................................1-40
OmniSwitch 6250 Series ...............................................................................................1-41
OmniStack 6200 Series .................................................................................................1-42
Chapter 5

XFP Compatibility Matrix ........................................................................................ 1-43

OmniSwitch 9000 Series ...............................................................................................1-43
OmniSwitch 9000E Series ............................................................................................1-43
OmniSwitch 6855 Series ...............................................................................................1-44
OmniSwitch 6850 Series ...............................................................................................1-44
OmniSwitch 6400 Series ...............................................................................................1-44
OmniSwitch 6250 Series ...............................................................................................1-44
OmniStack 6200 Series .................................................................................................1-45

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About This Guide

This OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide provides specifications and compatibility information for the
supported OmniSwitch SFP and XFP transceivers for all OmniSwitch AOS 6 Release Products.

Attention: Use of any transceivers other than those part numbers listed in the SFP and XFP
Compatibility Matrices is prohibited. Failure to comply with these matrices is not guaranteed for
proper performance and may result in voiding the warranty for the affected platforms.

Supported Platforms
This information in this guide applies to the following products:
• OmniSwitch 6250 Series
• OmniSwitch 6400 Series
• OmniSwitch 6850(E) Series
• OmniSwitch 6855 Series
• OmniSwitch 9000/9000E Series
• OmniStack 6200 Series

Unsupported Platforms
The information in this guide does not apply to the following products:
• OmniSwitch (original version with no numeric model name)
• OmniSwitch 6600 Series
• OmniSwitch 6800 Series
• OmniSwitch 7700/7800
• OmniSwitch 8800
• Omni Switch/Router
• OmniStack
• OmniAccess

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web-based (WebView or OmniVista) or SNMP. This guide is designed to provide transceiver specification and compatibility information only and is not intended as a reference for any CLI commands or configuration information. page vi OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 . You should have already stepped through the first login procedures and read the brief software overviews in the appropriate OmniSwitch Getting Started Guide and OmniSwitch Hardware Guide. For information on WebView and SNMP switch management methods consult the OmniSwitch Switch Management Guide. • SFP and XFP specifications • SFP and XFP compatibility information What is Not in this Manual? Procedures for switch management methods. are outside the scope of this guide. This guide includes information about the supported OmniSwitch transceivers.Who Should Read this Manual? About This Guide Who Should Read this Manual? The audience for this user guide is network administrators and IT support personnel who need to provide network connectivity using SFP or XFP transceivers on an OmniSwitch. such as CLI. Refer to the Documentation Roadmap for a list of available user guides. Information on using WebView and OmniVista can be found in the context-sensitive on-line help available with those network management applications. When Should I Read this Manual? Read this guide as soon as you are ready to integrate your OmniSwitch into your network and you are ready to provide connectivity using the supported transceivers.

Each transceiver has an associated table providing individual specifications for all supported transceivers. It is recommended that you read this guide before connecting your switch to the network. and descriptions of all hardware components. and web-based management. we point you to the manual or manuals that will be most helpful to you. power supplies. the software directory structure. Documentation Roadmap The OmniSwitch user documentation suite was designed to supply you with information at several critical junctures of the configuration process. Chassis Management Modules (CMMs). Information about switch hardware is provided in the Hardware Guide. This document includes important information on feature limitations that are not included in other user guides. Stage 2: Gaining Familiarity with Basic Switch Functions Pertinent Documentation: Hardware Users Guides Switch Management Guide OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide Once you have your switch up and running. you will want to begin investigating basic aspects of its hardware and software. and webbased management. At this time you should also familiarize yourself with the Release Notes that accompanied your switch. The Switch Management Guide is the primary users guide for the basic software features on a single switch. Compatibility Information. Network Interface (NI) modules. It also includes overview information on fundamental aspects of the switch. This guide contains information on the switch directory structure. and cooling fans. setting the switch’s IP address. such as removing and installing switch components.About This Guide How is the Information Organized? How is the Information Organized? Chapters in this guide are broken down by transceiver type. basic file and directory utilities. and setting up a password. illustrations. Under each stage. It also includes steps for common procedures. This guide provide specifications. The following section outlines a roadmap of the manuals that will help you at each stage of the configuration process. A compatibility chart is provided for each transceiver specifying which modules or switch the transceiver is supported on. unlocking access control. Stage 1: Using the Switch for the First Time Pertinent Documentation: Getting Started Guides Release Notes The Getting Started Guide provides the basic information you need to unpack and identify the components of your shipment. OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 page vii . Specification Information. SNMP. CLI conventions. such as chassis. SFP or XPF. It provides information on unpacking the switch. such as hardware LEDs. switch access security. Additional sub-sections are provided for the various types of transceivers.

1Q. The Advanced Routing Configuration Guide includes configuration information for networks using advanced routing technologies (OSPF and BGP) and multicast routing protocols (DVMRP and PIM-SM). example. procedures. and examples on how standard networking technologies are configured in the OmniSwitch. This guide includes syntax. such as 802. Spanning Tree. This guide can be consulted anytime during the configuration process to find detailed and specific information on each CLI command. and CLI-to-MIB variable mapping information for all CLI commands supported by the switch. and network routing protocols. Anytime The OmniSwitch CLI Reference Guide contains comprehensive information on all CLI commands supported by the switch. default. you will need to learn how the OmniSwitch implements fundamental software features. page viii OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 . The Network Configuration Guide contains overview information.Documentation Roadmap About This Guide Stage 3: Integrating the Switch Into a Network Pertinent Documentation: Network Configuration Guide Advanced Routing Configuration Guide When you are ready to connect your switch to the network. VLANs. usage. related CLI command.

and fans.Also provides information on the initial configuration of the switch. • OmniSwitch 6855 Series Getting Started Guide Describes the basic information you need to unpack and identify the components of your OmniSwitch 6855 shipment. usage guidelines and CLI-to-MIB variable mappings. Also provides information on the initial configuration of the switch.About This Guide Related Documentation Related Documentation The following are the titles and descriptions of all the related OmniSwitch AOS Release 6 user manuals: • OmniSwitch 6250 Series Getting Started Guide Describes the basic information you need to unpack and identify the components of your OmniSwitch 6250 shipment. • OmniSwitch 6850/6850E Series Hardware User Guide Complete technical specifications and procedures for all OmniSwitch 6850(E) Series chassis. • OmniSwitch 9000/9000E Series Hardware Users Guide Complete technical specifications and procedures for all OmniSwitch 9000/9000E Series chassis. • OmniSwitch CLI Reference Guide Complete reference to all CLI commands supported on the OmniSwitch Series switches. and Network Interface (NI) modules. default values. • OmniSwitch 6250 Series Hardware Users Guide Detailed technical specifications and procedures for the OmniSwitch 6250 Series chassis and components. • OmniSwitch 9000/9000E Series Getting Started Guide Describes the hardware and software procedures for getting an OmniSwitch 9000/9000E Series up and running. Also provides information on fundamental aspects of OmniSwitch software architecture. Also provides information on the initial configuration of the switch. • OmniSwitch 6855 Series Hardware User Guide Complete technical specifications and procedures for all OmniSwitch 6855 Series chassis. fans. Includes syntax definitions. • OmniSwitch 6850/6850E Series Getting Started Guide Describes the basic information you need to unpack and identify the components of your OmniSwitch 6850(E) shipment. • OmniSwitch 6400 Series Hardware Users Guide Detailed technical specifications and procedures for the OmniSwitch 6400 Series chassis and components. Also includes comprehensive information on assembling and managing stacked configurations. power supplies. • OmniSwitch 6400 Series Getting Started Guide Describes the basic information you need to unpack and identify the components of your OmniSwitch 6400 shipment. Also includes comprehensive information on assembling and managing stacked configurations. OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 page ix . examples. power supplies. power supplies. and fans. Also provides information on the initial configuration of the switch. Also includes comprehensive information on assembling and managing stacked configurations.

and link aggregation. Chapters cover multicast routing (DVMRP and PIM-SM). such as RIP). • OmniSwitch AOS Release 6 Network Configuration Guide Includes network configuration procedures and descriptive information on all the major software features and protocols included in the base software package. and using web management software (WebView). and other important information on the features supported in the current release and any limitations to their support. image rollback protections. Chapters cover Layer 2 information (Ethernet and VLAN configuration). • Technical Tips. • OmniSwitch AOS Release 6 Advanced Routing Configuration Guide Includes network configuration procedures and descriptive information on all the software features and protocols included in the advanced routing software package. feature exceptions. Layer 3 information (routing protocols. and OSPF. Quality of Service (QoS). system configuration. security options (authenticated VLANs). authenticated switch access. page x OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 . managing switch files. • Release Notes Includes critical open Problem Reports. Field Notices Includes information published by Alcatel-Lucent’s Customer Support group. using SNMP. • OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide Includes SFP and XFP transceiver specifications and product compatibility information.Related Documentation About This Guide • OmniSwitch AOS Release 6 Switch Management Guide Includes procedures for readying an individual switch for integration into a network. Topics include the software directory architecture.

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For information on OmniSwitch SFP compatibility. See “Dual-Speed Ethernet Transceivers” on page 1-8. Copper-based and fiber-based optical SFPs can be mixed on the same module. see the appropriate OmniSwitch Hardware Guide. see “SFP Compatibility Matrix” on page 4-34. See “SFP MSA Specification” on page 1-2 • SFP Transceiver Installation. See “100 FX Ethernet Transceivers” on page 1-12. See “CWDM Gigabit Ethernet Transceivers” on page 1-14. see the appropriate Hardware Guide. • Bi-directional Ethernet Transceivers. See “10-Gigabit SFP+ Transceivers” on page 1-15 For information on installing and managing OmniSwitch hardware. SFP specifications in this chapter include: • SFP MSA Specifications. see “XFP Compatibility Matrix” on page 5-42. See “Bi-directional Ethernet Transceivers” on page 1-9. See “Gigabit Ethernet Transceivers” on page 1-5. • 10-Gigabit SFP+ Transceivers. SFPs are fully hot-swappable and are available for both short-reach and long-reach applications. See “SFP Transceiver Installation and Removal” on page 1-3 • Gigabit Ethernet Transceivers. • Dual-Speed Ethernet Transceivers. For information on OmniSwitch XFP compatibility. In This Chapter This chapter describes the technical specifications for all the OmniSwitch supported SFP transceivers. For additional details about OmniSwitch modules.1 Small Form-Factor Pluggables (SFPs) OmniSwitch Series switches use both copper-based and fiber-based optical Small Form Factor Pluggable (SFP) transceivers. OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 page 1-1 . • 100-FX Ethernet Transceivers. • CWDM Gigabit Ethernet Transceivers.

For information on installing SFPs. The SFP connector consists of a 20-pin receptacle and an SFP housing cage. Small Form Factor Pluggable (SFP) page 1-2 OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 . The connector provides the interface for the hot pluggable SFP module. This diagram is a representation only. stand interfaces.SFP MSA Specification Small Form-Factor Pluggables (SFPs) SFP MSA Specification The Small Form-Factor Pluggable (SFP) MSA (Multi Source Agreement) is a specification for a common interface for optical modular transceivers. Each SFP module contains a serial interface to provide identification information that describes the SFP capabilities. manufacturer and other information. refer to the documentation included with the transceiver. the physical appearance of the actual module may vary slightly.

Dust Exposure: To reduce the risk of dust exposure and physical damage. Refer to your hardware user guide for details. ensure that the wrist strap touches your skin. this can be used. This allows sufficient time for software to detect the removal of the transceiver. wait for a minimum of 5 seconds before re-inserting any transceiver into the same port. you must first open the SFP’s hinged face to approximately ninety degrees. Then. ESD Caution: Before handling the module. When inserting a SFP. this can be used. If your chassis provides a grounding lug. If using a wrist strap. be sure to replace the protective rubber cover (provided) when the SFP is not in use. Note: Never force the transceiver in or out of the transceiver slot. If using a wrist strap. grasp the hinged face and carefully pull the SFP straight out of the slot. Operating SFP transceivers in a manner inconsistent with intended usage and specification may result in hazardous radiation exposure.Small Form-Factor Pluggables (SFPs) SFP Transceiver Installation and Removal SFP Transceiver Installation and Removal Follow the instructions below for the appropriate SFP type.Hinged OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 page 1-3 . Slide the SFP straight into the slot until the module clicks firmly into place. you must discharge all static electricity on your person to avoid Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) damage. If your chassis provides a grounding lug. Interface Slot To remove. be sure that the hinged face is closed. Refer to your hardware user guide for details. Note: After removing a transceiver. Attach the other end of the strap to the chassis. Eye Safety: SFP transceivers are international Class 1 laser products and are eye-safe devices when operated within the limits of manufacturers’ specifications. SFP Module SFP . Attach the other end of the strap to the chassis. ensure that the wrist strap touches your skin.

bail delatch must be closed. Grip the wire delatch while it is in this open position and carefully pull the transceiver straight out of the slot. Slide the transceiver straight into the slot until the module clicks firmly into place. you must first pull down on the bail wire delatch. use the clip end of the ejector tool to carefully pull the transceiver straight out and away from the NI module. align the transceiver with the transceiver slot on the NI module.Bail Wire To install. The ejector button is located just below the transceiver port. Network Interface (NI) Module SFP Transceiver To remove. Transceiver Slot Ejector Dust Cover SFP . Once disengaged. align the transceiver with the transceiver slot on the NI module. The transceiver will disengage from the connectors and eject slightly.) Network Interface (NI) Module SFP .Ejector Button page 1-4 OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 . SFP Transceiver Transceiver Slot Bail Wire Delatch (Shown in open “removal” position.SFP Transceiver Installation and Removal Small Form-Factor Pluggables (SFPs) To install. refer to the diagram for more information. use the ejector tool (provided with each switch chassis) to push the transceiver’s ejector button. this is an indication that the connectors are firmly seated. or closed position. Be sure that the bail wire delatch is in the up. when inserting. Carefully slide the transceiver back until it clicks into place. as shown. To remove. as shown.

Small Form-Factor Pluggables (SFPs) Gigabit Ethernet Transceivers Gigabit Ethernet Transceivers SFP-GIG-SX Gigabit SFP Optical Transceiver.3z.5/125µm ~550 m on 50/125µm Operating Temperature 0 ºC to 70 ºC Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Not Supported SFP-GIG-LX Gigabit SFP Optical Transceiver.5 to -4 dBm Receiver Sensitivity -17 dBm Transmission Distance ~275 m on 62. SFP MSA Connections Supported 1000Base-SX Fiber Type MMF Wavelength 850 nm Optical Power Output -9. Connector types LC Standards supported 802. SFP MSA Connections supported 1000Base-LX Fiber Type SMF Wavelength 1310 nm Optical Power Output -9. Connector Type LC Standards Supported 802.5 to -3 dBm Receiver Sensitivity -20 dBm Transmission Distance ∼10 km Operating Temperature -40 ºC to 85 ºC / 0 ºC to 70 ºC Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Not Supported OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 page 1-5 .3z.

Connector Type LC Standards Supported 802.) SFP-GIG-LH70 Gigabit SFP Optical Transceiver. SFP MSA Connections Supported 1000Base-LH70 Fiber Type SMF Wavelength 1550 nm Optical Power Output 0 to +5 dBm Receiver Sensitivity -22 dBm Transmission Distance ~70 km Operating Temperature 0 ºC to 70 ºC Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Supported SFP-GIG-LH40 Gigabit SFP Optical Transceiver.Gigabit Ethernet Transceivers Small Form-Factor Pluggables (SFPs) Gigabit Ethernet Transceivers (cont.3z. Connector Type LC Standards Supported 802. SFP MSA Connections Supported 1000Base-LH40r Fiber Type SMF Wavelength 1310 nm Optical Power Output -2 to +3 dBm Reciever Sensitivity -22 dBm Transmission Distance ~40 km Operating Temperature 0 ºC to 70 ºC Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Supported page 1-6 OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 .3z.

CAT6 Transmission Distance ∼100 m Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Not Supported OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 page 1-7 . SFP MSA Connections Supported 1000Base-SX Fiber Type MMF Wavelength 850 nm Optical Power Output - Receiver Sensitivity - Transmission Distance ~2 km Operating Temperature 0 ºC to 70 ºC Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Supported SFP-GIG-T Gigabit SFP Copper Transceiver. Connector Type RJ-45 Standards Supported 802.3z.3z. SFP MSA Connections supported 1000Base-T Cable Type CAT5.Small Form-Factor Pluggables (SFPs) Gigabit Ethernet Transceivers Gigabit Ethernet Transceivers (cont. Connector Type LC Standards Supported 802.) SFP-GIG-EXTND Gigabit SFP Optical Transceiver. CAT5e.

3ah. 802. Connector Type LC Standards Supported 802. SFP MSA Connections Supported 100Base-FX. 1000Base-LX Fiber Type MMF Wavelength 1310 nm Average Power Output 100Base-FX: -20 to -14 dBm 1000Base-LX: -11. Connector Type LC Standards Supported 802. 802. SFP MSA Connections Supported 100Base-FX.3z.3z.3ah. 1000Base-LX Fiber Type SMF Wavelength 1310 nm Average Power Output 100Base-FX: -15 to -8 dBm 1000Base-LX: -9.Dual-Speed Ethernet Transceivers Small Form-Factor Pluggables (SFPs) Dual-Speed Ethernet Transceivers SFP-DUAL-MM Dual-Speed SFP Optical Transceiver.5 to -3 dBm Receiver Sensitivity 100Base-FX: -28 dBm 1000Base-LX: -22 dBm Transmission Distance 550 m at 1000 Mbps 2 km at 100 Mbps Operating Temperature 0 ºC to 70 ºC Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Not Supported SFP-DUAL-SM10 Dual-Speed SFP Optical Transceiver.5 to -3 dBm Receiver Sensitivity 100Base-FX: -28 1000Base-LX: -22 Transmission Distances 10 km Operating Temperature 0 ºC to 70 ºC Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Not Supported page 1-8 OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 .

Small Form-Factor Pluggables (SFPs) Bi-directional Ethernet Transceivers Bi-directional Ethernet Transceivers SFP-100-BX20LT Bi-Directional SFP Optical Transceiver.3ah.3ah. ITU-T G. Connector Type SC Standards Supported 802. SFP MSA. ITU-T G. Connector Type SC Standards Supported 802.983 Connections Supported 100Base-BX Fiber Type SMF Wavelength Transmit: 1310 nm Receive: 1550 nm Average Power Output -14 to -8 dBm Receiver Sensitivity -32 dBm Transmission Distance ~20 km Operating Temperature 0 ºC to 70 ºC Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Supported Notes Designed for use with SFP-100-BX20LT OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 page 1-9 .983 Connections Supported 100Base-BX Fiber Type SMF Wavelength Transmit: 1550 mm Receive: 1310 nm Average Power Output -14 to -8 dBm Receiver Sensitivity -32 dBm Transmission Distance ~20 km Operating Temperature 0 ºC to 70 ºC Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Supported Notes Designed for use with SFP-100-BX20NU SFP-100-BX20NU Bi-Directional SFP Optical Transceiver. SFP MSA.

Connector Type LC Standards Supported 802.Bi-directional Ethernet Transceivers Small Form-Factor Pluggables (SFPs) Bi-directional Ethernet Transceivers (cont. SFP MSA. Connector Type LC Standards Supported 802. ITU-T G.983 Connections Supported 100Base-BX Fiber Type SMF Wavelength Transmit: 1310 nm Receive: 1550 nm Average Power Output -14 to -8 dBm Receiver Sensitivity -32 dBm Transmission Distance ~20 km Operating Temperature 0 ºC to 70 ºC Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Supported Notes Designed for use with SFP-100-BXLC-D page 1-10 OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 . ITU-T G.3ah.983 Connections Supported 100Base-BX Fiber Type SMF Wavelength Transmit: 1550 mm Receive: 1310 nm Average Power Output -14 to -8 dBm Receiver Sensitivity -32 dBm Transmission Distance ~20 km Operating Temperature 0 ºC to 70 ºC Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Supported Notes Designed for use with SFP-100-BXLC-U SFP-100-BXLC-U Bi-Directional SFP Optical Transceiver.3ah. SFP MSA.) SFP-100-BXLC-D Bi-Directional SFP Optical Transceiver.

Small Form-Factor Pluggables (SFPs) Bi-directional Ethernet Transceivers Bi-directional Ethernet Transceivers (cont. SFP MSA Connections Supported 1000Base-BX10 Fiber Type SMF Wavelength Transmit: 1490 mm Receive: 1310 nm Average Power Output -9 to -3 dBm Receiver Sensitivity -19. SFP MSA Connections Supported 1000Base-BX10 Fiber Type SMF Wavelength Transmit: 1310 nm Receive: 1490 nm Average Power Output -9 to -3 dBm Receiver Sensitivity -19.3ah.5 dBm Transmission Distance ~10 km Operating Temperature 0 ºC to 70 ºC Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Supported Notes Designed for use with SFP-GIG-BX-D OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 page 1-11 .3ah.5 dBm Transmission Distance ~10 km Operating Temperature 0 ºC to 70 ºC Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Supported Notes Designed for use with SFP-GIG-BX-U SFP-GIG-BX-U Bi-Directional SFP Optical Transceiver. Connector Type LC Standards Supported 802.) SFP-GIG-BX-D Bi-Directional SFP Optical Transceiver. Connector Type LC Standards Supported 802.

100 FX Ethernet Transceivers Small Form-Factor Pluggables (SFPs) 100 FX Ethernet Transceivers SFP-100-LC-MM SFP Optical Transceiver. Connector Type LC Standards Supported 802.5/125µm -22 to -14 dBm on 50/125µm Transmission Distance ~2 km on 62. SFP MSA Connections supported 100Base-FX Fiber Type MMF Wavelength 1310 nm Optical Power Output -19 to -14 dBm on 62. Connector Type LC Standards Supported 802.3u. SFP MSA Connections Supported 100Base-FX Fiber Type SMF Wavelength (nm) 1310 nm Optical Power Output -15 to -8 dBm Receiver Sensitivity -34 dBm Transmission Distance ~15 km Operating Temperature 0 ºC to 70 ºC Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Not Supported page 1-12 OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 .3u.5/125µm ~2 km on 50/125µm Operating Temperature 0 ºC to 70 ºC Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Not Supported SFP-100-LC-SM15 SFP Optical Transceiver.

Connector Type LC Standards Supported 802.Small Form-Factor Pluggables (SFPs) 100 FX Ethernet Transceivers 100 FX Ethernet Transceivers (cont.3u.) SFP-100-LC-SM40 SFP Optical Transceiver. SFP MSA Connections Supported 100Base-FX Fiber Type SMF Wavelength 1310 nm Optical Power Output -15 to -8 dBm Receiver Sensitivity -34 dBm Transmission Distances ~40 km Operating Temperature 0 ºC to 70 ºC Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Not Supported OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 page 1-13 .

1610 Optical Power Output -2 to +3 dBm Receiver Sensitivity -24 dBm Transmission Distances ~62 km Operating Temperature -5 ºC to 70 ºC Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Not Supported page 1-14 OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 . Connector Type LC Standards Supported 802. SFP MSA Connections Supported 1000Base-LX Fiber Type SMF Wavelength 1470.3z. 1570. 1510.CWDM Gigabit Ethernet Transceivers Small Form-Factor Pluggables (SFPs) CWDM Gigabit Ethernet Transceivers . SFP-GIG-CWD Coarse Wavelength Division Multiplexing (CWDM) is an optical transceiver supporting single-mode fiber over various wavelengths. 1550. 1490. 1530. 1590. CWDMs are hot-pluggable and are available for long-reach applications.

3 Clause 52 Connections supported 10GBase-SR Fiber Type MMF Wavelength 850 nm Optical Power Output -7. Connector Type LC Standards Supported 802.5 dBm Receiver Sensitivity -12.6 dBm Transmission Distance ~ 10 km Operating Temperature 0 ºC to 70ºC Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Supported OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 page 1-15 . Connector Type LC Standards Supported 802.Small Form-Factor Pluggables (SFPs) 10-Gigabit SFP+ Transceivers 10-Gigabit SFP+ Transceivers SFP-10G-SR 10-Gigabit SFP+ Optical Transceiver.3 dBm Receiver Sensitivity -11.3 to -1.1 dBm Transmission Distance ~ 300 m Operating Temperature 0 ºC to 70ºC Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Supported SFP-10G-LR 10-Gigabit SFP+ Optical Transceiver.2 to 0.3 Clause 52 Connections supported 10GBase-LR Fiber Type SMF Wavelength 1310 nm Optical Power Output -8.

Connector Type LC Standards Supported 802.3ae Connections supported 10GBase-E Fiber Type SMF Wavelength 1550 nm Optical Power Output -4.0 dBm Receiver Sensitivity -14.7 to 4.5 dBm Receiver Sensitivity -6.1 dBm Transmission Distance ~ 40 km Operating Temperature 0 ºC to 70 ºC Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Supported SFP-10G-LRM 10-Gigabit SFP+ Optical Transceiver.10-Gigabit SFP+ Transceivers Small Form-Factor Pluggables (SFPs) SFP-10G-ER 10-Gigabit SFP+ Optical Transceiver.5 to . Connector Type LC Standards Supported 802.5 dBm Transmission Distance ~ 220 m Operating Temperature 0 ºC to 70ºC Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Supported page 1-16 OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 .3aq Connections supported 10GBase-LRM Fiber Type MMF Wavelength 1310 nm Optical Power Output -6.

10m 1 Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Not Supported 1 Check for availability of lengths. 7m.Small Form-Factor Pluggables (SFPs) 10-Gigabit SFP+ Transceivers SFP-10G-C 10-Gigabit SFP+ Copper Transceiver. 1m. Connector Type Direct Attached Standards Supported 802. OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 page 1-17 . 3m.3ae Cable Length 30cm.

See “Industrial Gigabit Ethernet Transceivers” on page 2-19.2 Industrial Small Form Factor Pluggables (iSFPs) OmniSwitch Series switches use both copper-based and fiber-based optical Industrial Small Form Factor Pluggable (SFP) transceivers. • Industrial 10-Gigabit Ethernet Transceivers. OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 page 2-18 . In This Chapter This chapter describes the technical specifications for all the OmniSwitch supported iSFP transceivers. See “Industrial Bi-directional Ethernet Transceivers” on page 2-22. Additionally. • Industrial Bi-directional Ethernet Transceivers. See “Bi-directional Ethernet Transceivers (cont. • Industrial 100-FX Ethernet Transceivers. Industrial SFPs are designed to operate at an increased temperature range of -40 ºC to 85 ºC.)” on page 2-23. See “Industrial 10-Gigabit SFP+ Transceivers” on page 2-27 For information on installing and managing OmniSwitch hardware. see the appropriate OmniSwitch Hardware Guide. see “SFP Compatibility Matrix” on page 4-34. Copper-based and fiber-based optical SFPs can be mixed on the same module. For information on OmniSwitch SFP compatibility. see the appropriate OmniSwitch Hardware Guide. iSFP specifications in this chapter include: • Industrial Gigabit Ethernet Transceivers. SFPs are fully hot-swappable and are available for both short-reach and long-reach applications. For additional details about OmniSwitch modules.

3z. Connector Type LC Standards Supported 802. SFP MSA Connections supported 1000Base-LX Fiber Type SMF Wavelength 1310 nm Average Output Power -9.3z. SFP MSA Connections Supported 1000Base-SX Fiber Type MMF Wavelength 850 nm Optical Power Output -9.5/125µm ~550 m on 50/125µm Operating Temperature -40 ºC to 85ºC Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Supported iSFP-GIG-LX Industrial Gigabit SFP Optical Transceiver.Industrial Small Form Factor Pluggables (iSFPs) Industrial Gigabit Ethernet Transceivers Industrial Gigabit Ethernet Transceivers iSFP-GIG-SX Industrial Gigabit SFP Optical Transceiver.5 to -3 dBm Receiver Sensitivity -20 dBm Transmission Distance ∼10 km Operating Temperature -40 ºC to 85ºC Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Not Supported OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 page 2-19 .5 to -3.5 dBm Receiver Sensitivity -18 dBm Transmission Distance ~275 m on 62. Connector types LC Standards supported 802.

SFP MSA Connections Supported 1000Base-LH40 Fiber Type SMF Wavelength 1310 nm Optical Power Output -2 to +3 dBm Receiver Sensitivity -22 dBm Transmission Distance ~40 km Operating Temperature -40 ºC to 85ºC Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Supported page 2-20 OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 . Connector Type LC Standards Supported 802.) iSFP-GIG-LH70 Industrial Gigabit SFP Optical Transceiver.3z.Industrial Gigabit Ethernet Transceivers Industrial Small Form Factor Pluggables (iSFPs) Industrial Gigabit Ethernet Transceivers (cont.3z. SFP MSA Connections Supported 1000Base-LH70 Fiber Type SMF Wavelength 1550 nm Optical Power Output 0 to +5 dBm Receiver Sensitivity -22 dBm Transmission Distance ~70 km Operating Temperature -40 ºC to 85ºC Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Supported iSFP-GIG-LH40 Industrial Gigabit SFP Optical Transceiver. Connector Type LC Standards Supported 802.

Industrial Small Form Factor Pluggables (iSFPs) Industrial Gigabit Ethernet Transceivers iSFP-GIG-T Industrial Gigabit SFP Copper Transceiver. SFP MSA Connections supported 1000Base-T Cable Type CAT5. CAT6 Transmission Distance ∼100 m Operating Temperature -40 ºC to 85ºC Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Not Supported OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 page 2-21 . CAT5e.3z. Connector Type RJ-45 Standards Supported 802.

3ah.983 Connections Supported 100Base-BX Fiber Type SMF Wavelength Transmit: 1310 nm Receive: 1550 nm Average Power Output -14 to -8 dBm Receiver Sensitivity -32 dBm Transmission Distance ~20 km Operating Temperature -40 ºC to 85ºC Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Supported Notes Designed for use with iSFP-100-BX-D page 2-22 OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 .3ah. Connector Type SC Standards Supported 802.Industrial Bi-directional Ethernet Transceivers Industrial Small Form Factor Pluggables (iSFPs) Industrial Bi-directional Ethernet Transceivers iSFP-100-BX-D Industrial Bi-Directional SFP Optical Transceiver. SFP MSA. ITU-T G.983 Connections Supported 100Base-BX Fiber Type SMF Wavelength Transmit: 1550 mm Receive: 1310 nm Average Power Output -14 to -8 dBm Receiver Sensitivity -32 dBm Transmission Distance ~20 km Operating Temperature -40 ºC to 85ºC Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Supported Notes Designed for use with iSFP-100-BX-U iSFP-100-BX-U Industrial Bi-Directional SFP Optical Transceiver. ITU-T G. SFP MSA. Connector Type SC Standards Supported 802.

Industrial Small Form Factor Pluggables (iSFPs) Industrial Bi-directional Ethernet Transceivers Bi-directional Ethernet Transceivers (cont.3ah.3ah.983 Connections Supported 100Base-BX Fiber Type SMF Wavelength Transmit: 1550 mm Receive: 1310 nm Average Power Output -14 to -8 dBm Receiver Sensitivity -32 dBm Transmission Distance ~20 km Operating Temperature 0 ºC to 85 ºC Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Supported Notes Designed for use with iSFP-100-BXLC-U iSFP-100-BXLC-U Industrial Bi-Directional SFP Optical Transceiver. Connector Type LC Standards Supported 802. ITU-T G. ITU-T G. SFP MSA. SFP MSA.) iSFP-100-BXLC-D Industrial Bi-Directional SFP Optical Transceiver.983 Connections Supported 100Base-BX Fiber Type SMF Wavelength Transmit: 1310 nm Receive: 1550 nm Average Power Output -14 to -8 dBm Receiver Sensitivity -32 dBm Transmission Distance ~20 km Operating Temperature 0 ºC to 85ºC Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Supported Notes Designed for use with iSFP-100-BXLC-D OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 page 2-23 . Connector Type LC Standards Supported 802.

Connector Type LC Standards Supported 802.3ah. SFP MSA Connections Supported 1000Base-BX10 Fiber Type SMF Wavelength Transmit: 1490 mm Receive: 1310 nm Average Power Output -9 to -3 dBm Receiver Sensitivity -19. Connector Type LC Standards Supported 802.Industrial Bi-directional Ethernet Transceivers Industrial Small Form Factor Pluggables (iSFPs) iSFP-GIG-BX-D Industrial Bi-Directional SFP Optical Transceiver. SFP MSA Connections Supported 1000Base-BX10 Fiber Type SMF Wavelength Transmit: 1310 nm Receive: 1490 nm Average Power Output -9 to -3 dBm Receiver Sensitivity -19.3ah.5 dBm Transmission Distance ~10 km Operating Temperature -40 ºC to 85 ºC Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Supported Notes Designed for use with iSFP-GIG-BX-U iSFP-GIG-BX-U Industrial Bi-Directional SFP Optical Transceiver.5 dBm Transmission Distance ~10 km Operating Temperature -40 ºC to 85 ºC Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Supported Notes Designed for use with iSFP-GIG-BX-D page 2-24 OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 .

3u. Connector Type LC Standards Supported 802.3u. SFP MSA Connections Supported 100Base-FX Fiber Type SMF Wavelength (nm) 1310 nm Optical Power Output -15 to -8 dBm Receiver Sensitivity -34 dBm Transmission Distance ~15 km Operating Temperature -40 ºC to 85ºC Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Not Supported OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 page 2-25 . SFP MSA Connections supported 100Base-FX Fiber Type MMF Wavelength 1310 nm Optical Power Output -20 to -14 dBm Receiver Sensitivity -30 dBm Transmission Distance ~ 2 km Operating Temperature -40 ºC to 85ºC Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Not Supported iSFP-100-SM15 Industrial SFP Optical Transceiver.Industrial Small Form Factor Pluggables (iSFPs) Industrial 100 FX Ethernet Transceivers Industrial 100 FX Ethernet Transceivers iSFP-100-MM Industrial SFP Optical Transceiver. Connector Type LC Standards Supported 802.

3u. Connector Type LC Standards Supported 802.Industrial 100 FX Ethernet Transceivers Industrial Small Form Factor Pluggables (iSFPs) Industrial 100 FX Ethernet Transceivers (cont. SFP MSA Connections Supported 100Base-FX Fiber Type SMF Wavelength 1310 nm Optical Power Output -15 to -8 dBm Receiver Sensitivity -34 dBm Transmission Distances ~40 km Operating Temperature -40 ºC to 85ºC Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Not Supported page 2-26 OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 .) iSFP-100-SM40 Industrial SFP Optical Transceiver.

Connector Type Direct Attached Standards Supported 802.2 to 0.3 Clause 52 Connections supported 10GBase-LR Fiber Type SMF Wavelength 1310 nm Optical Power Output -8. 10m Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Not Supported OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 page 2-27 .Industrial Small Form Factor Pluggables (iSFPs) Industrial 10-Gigabit SFP+ Transceivers Industrial 10-Gigabit SFP+ Transceivers iSFP-10G-LR Industrial 10-Gigabit SFP+ Optical Transceiver.3 dBm Transmission Distance ~ 10 km Operating Temperature -40 ºC to 85ºC Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Supported iSFP-10G-C 10-Gigabit SFP+ Copper Direct Attached Copper Cable.3ae Cable Length 30cm. Connector Type LC Standards Supported 802. 3m.5 dBm Receiver Sensitivity -10.

XFP specifications in this chapter include: • XFP MSA Specificaton. See “10-Gigabit Ethernet Transceivers” on page 3-31. For information on installing and managing OmniSwitch hardware. OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 page 3-28 . see “XFP Compatibility Matrix” on page 5-42. • 10-Gigabit Ethernet Transceivers. see the appropriate Hardware Guide. See “XFP MSA Specification” on page 3-29 • XFP Transceiver Installation. XFPs are fully hotswappable and are available for both short-reach and long-reach applications. In This Chapter This chapter describes the technical specifications for all the OmniSwitch supported XFP transceivers. see the appropriate OmniSwitch Hardware Guide.3 10-Gigabit Small Form Factor Pluggables (XFPs) 10-Gigabit Small Form Factor Pluggables (XFPs) are fiber-based optical transceivers. For additional details about OmniSwitch modules. See “XFP Transceiver Installation and Removal” on page 3-30. For information on OmniSwitch XFP compatibility.

standard interfaces. OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 page 3-29 . Operating XFP transceivers in a manner inconsistent with intended usage and specification may result in hazardous radiation exposure. 10-Gigabit Small Form Factor Pluggable (XFP) Eye Safety XFP transceivers are international Class 1 laser products and are eye-safe devices when operated within the limits of manufacturers’ specifications. refer to the documentation included with the transceiver. This diagram is a representation only. the physical appearance of the actual module may vary slightly.10-Gigabit Small Form Factor Pluggables (XFPs) XFP MSA Specification XFP MSA Specification The 10-Gigabit Small Form-Factor Pluggable (XFP) MSA (Multi Source Agreement) is a specification for a common interface for optical modular transceivers. manufacturer and other information. Each XFP module contains a serial interface to provide identification information that describes the XFP capabilities. The connector provides the interface for the hot pluggable XFP module. For information on installing XFPs. The XFP connector consists of a 30-pin receptacle and an XFP housing cage.

this can be used. Refer to your hardware user guide for details. If your chassis provides a grounding lug. ESD Caution: Before handling the module. This allows sufficient time for software to detect the removal of the transceiver. Slide the XFP straight into the slot until the module clicks firmly into place. If using a wrist strap. Attach the other end of the strap to the chassis. If your chassis provides a grounding lug. XFP Transceiver Transceiver Slot Bail Wire Shown in open “removal” position. ensure that the wrist strap touches your skin. If using a wrist strap. wait for a minimum of 5 seconds before re-inserting any transceiver into the same port. be sure that the bail latch is closed. Eye Safety: XFP transceivers are international Class 1 laser products and are eye-safe devices when operated within the limits of manufacturers’ specifications. when inserting. grasp the hinged face and carefully pull the XFP straight out of the slot. Attach the other end of the strap to the chassis. Dust Exposure: To reduce the risk of dust exposure and physical damage. Operating XFP transceivers in a manner inconsistent with intended usage and specification may result in hazardous radiation exposure. Note: Never force the transceiver in or out of the transceiver slot. Note: After removing a transceiver. To install.) ( XFP . bail delatch must be closed. To remove.Bail Wire page 3-30 OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 . you must first open the XFP’s hinged bail latch to approximately ninety degrees.XFP Transceiver Installation and Removal 10-Gigabit Small Form Factor Pluggables (XFPs) XFP Transceiver Installation and Removal Follow the instructions below when installing an XFP transceiver. be sure to replace the protective rubber cover (provided) when the XFP is not in use. this can be used. you must discharge all static electricity on your person to avoid Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) damage. Then. ensure that the wrist strap touches your skin. Refer to your hardware user guide for details.

Connector Type LC Standards Supported 802. Operating Temperature 0 ºC to 70 ºC Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Not Supported OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 page 3-31 . XFP MSA Connections Supported 10GBase-SR Fiber Type MMF Wavelength 850 nm Optical Power Output -7.2 to .3ae.9 dBm Transmission Distance ∼ 300 m (with OM3 fiber) Power Consumption 1.5 W Operating Temperature 0 ºC to 70 ºC Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Not Supported XFP-10G-LR 10-Gigabit XFP Optical Transceiver. Connector Type LC Standards Supported 802.10-Gigabit Small Form Factor Pluggables (XFPs) 10-Gigabit Ethernet Transceivers 10-Gigabit Ethernet Transceivers XFP-10G-SR 10-Gigabit XFP Optical Transceiver.0 dBm Receiver Sensitivity -9.3 to -1.3ae. XFP MSA Connections Supported 10GBase-LR Fiber Type SMF Wavelength 1310 nm Optical Power Output -8.5 dBm Receiver Sensitivity -16 dBm Transmission Distances ∼ 10 km Power Consumption 2.5 W Max.

Connector Type LC Standards Supported 802.7 to +4 dBm Receiver Sensitivity -15.8 dBm Transmission Distance ∼ 40 km Power Consumption 3. XFP MSA Connections Supported 10GBase-ER Cable Type SMF Wavelength 1550 nm Optical Power Output -4. Connector type LC Standards Supported 802.) XFP-10G-ER40 10-Gigabit XFP Optical Transceiver. Operating Temperature -5 ºC to 70 ºC Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Not Supported page 3-32 OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 .10-Gigabit Ethernet Transceivers 10-Gigabit Small Form Factor Pluggables (XFPs) 10-Gigabit Ethernet Transceivers (cont.5 W Max. XFP MSA Connections Supported 10GBase-ZR Fiber Type SMF Wavelength 1550 nm Optical Power Output 0 to +4 dBm Receiver Sensitivity -24 dBm Transmission Distance ∼ 80 km Power consumption 3.5 W Max. Operating Temperature 0 ºC to 70 ºC Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Not Supported XFP-10G-ZR80 10-Gigabit XFP Optical Transceiver.3ae.3ae.

Connector type LC Standards Supported XFP MSA Fiber Type SMF Wavelength Channel 35 .1546.33 Optical Power Output -3 to +3 dBm Receiver Sensitivity -23 or -27 dBm Transmission Distance ∼ 80 km Power consumption <3.3ak Transmission Distance ∼15 m Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Not Supported Notes InfiniBand type cables not supported. Connector Type CX4 Standards Supported 802.) XFP-10G-CX4 10-Gigabit XFP Copper Transceiver.1547. 100GHz ITU Grid. XFP-10G-DWDM Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM).1530. DWDMs are hot-pluggable and are available for long-reach applications.32 Channel 37 .12 Channel 59 .1549.1546. C-Band optical transceiver supporting single-mode fiber over various wavelengths.5W Operating Temperature -5 ºC to 70 ºC Digital Diagnostic Monitoring Not Supported Notes The transmitter becomes operational within 60 seconds of power-up. This is due to the time required for the transceiver to reach its optimum operating temperature.10-Gigabit Small Form Factor Pluggables (XFPs) 10-Gigabit Ethernet Transceivers 10-Gigabit Ethernet Transceivers (cont.92 Channel 39 . XFP MSA Connections supported 10GBase-CX4 Cable Type Standard CX4 copper cables compliant with IEEE 802. OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 page 3-33 .72 Channel 38 .3ak.

5 Not supported SFP-100-BX20NU 6.3.5 6.4 SFP Compatibility Matrix OmniSwitch 9000 Series The following table shows the Ethernet transceiver configurations and minimum release required for support on the OmniSwitch 9000 Series: SFP OS9-GNI-C20L OS9-GNI-U24 SFP-GIG-SX 6.1 6.1.1.1.1.1.1.5 6.5 All SFP-GIG-LH70 6.3 SFP-100-BX20LT 6.5 Not supported SFP-100-LC-MM 6.5 Not supported SFP-100-BXLC-D 6.5 Not supported SFP-100-BXLC-U 6.1 6.1 SFP-GIG-T 1 1.3 SFP-DUAL-SM10 6.5 6.1.3.5 All SFP-GIG-LX 6.1 SFP-GIG-BX-U 6.5 All SFP-GIG-EXTND 6.5 Not supported SFP-100-LC-SM15 6.1.3. OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 page 4-34 .1.1.1.1.3 SFP-DUAL-MM 6.1.1.1.5 All SFP-GIG-LH40 6.5 All SFP-GIG-CWD 6.1.1.5 Not supported SFP-GIG-BX-D 6. Supports 10/100/1000 Mbits.5 All 6.1.5 Not supported SFP-100-LC-SM40 6.3.1.

4. Supports 10/100/1000 Mbits.4.4.1 6.1 - SFP-GIG-BX-U 6.4.SFP Compatibility Matrix OmniSwitch 9000E Series OmniSwitch 9000E Series The following table shows the Ethernet transceiver configurations and minimum release required for support on the OmniSwitch 9000E Series: SFP OS9-GNI-U24E OS9-XNI-U12E 1 6.4.4.3 SFP-10G-LR - 6.4 SFP-DUAL-MM 6.4.4.4.1 6.1 - SFP-10G-SR - 6.4.1 6.4.4. Speed must be hardcoded to 1000 Mbits for support on OS9-XNI-U12E.3 SFP-GIG-SX SFP-GIG-LX SFP-GIG-LH401 SFP-GIG-LH70 1 SFP-GIG-EXTND 1 SFP-GIG-CWD1 SFP-GIG-T 1.2 1.1 - SFP-DUAL-SM10 6.1 6.4. 2.4.1 - SFP-100-BX20LT Not supported - SFP-100-BX20NU Not supported - SFP-100-BXLC-D Not supported - SFP-100-BXLC-U Not supported - SFP-100-LC-MM Not supported - SFP-100-LC-SM15 Not supported - SFP-100-LC-SM40 Not supported - SFP-GIG-BX-D 6.1 6.1 6.3 SFP-10G-ER - 6.3 SFP-10G-LRM - 6.4.4 6.4 6.4 6.4.4 6.4.4.4.4.4.1 6.4.4 1 6.4. OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 page 4-35 .3 SFP-10G-C - 6.4 6.

2 iSFP-GIG-LX 6.2 iSFP-100-BXLC-D 1 6. Supports maximum of 8 Copper SFPs on OS6855-U24.2 SFP-10G-SR5.4. page 4-36 OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 .4.2 1 6.2 iSFP-GIG-LH70 6.6 6.3.2 iSFP-100-SM40 1 6.2 5. Supported on OS6855-U24X only.2 iSFP-100-BXLC-U 1 6. 2. Not supported on combo ports.4 6. 3.2 iSFP-100-SM15 1 6. 6.6 6.3.4.2 iSFP-100-MM1 6.3.4. 5.4.2 iSFP-GIG-T iSFP-100-BX-D 6.3.3 SFP-10G-LRM All other non-industrial SFPs Not Supported 1.4.3 5.2.4. Supports maximum of 4 Copper SFPs on OS6855-U10.4.3.3.OmniSwitch 6855 Series SFP Compatibility Matrix OmniSwitch 6855 Series The following table shows the Ethernet transceiver configurations and the minimum release required for support on the OmniSwitch 6855: SFP OS6855 iSFP-GIG-SX 6.3 iSFP-GIG-BX-D 6.4.2 5 6.2 iSFP-GIG-BX-U 6.2 1. * 10/100/1000 Mbps SFP transceivers are not supported on 10-Gigabit SFP+ ports.3.2 iSFP-10G-LR iSFP-10G-C 5 6.3. Supports maximum of 22 Copper SFPs on OS6855-U24X.6 SFP-10G-ER 6. 4.4.2 iSFP-100-BX-D iSFP-100-BX-U1 6.2 iSFP-GIG-LH40 6.3 iSFP-100-BX-U 6.3.4.4.3. Does not support industrial temperature ranges.

3. Release 6.4.1.3 SFP-DUAL-MM 6.R02 added support for the SFP-GIG-T at 10/100/1000 Mbits on OS6850-U24X noncombo ports only.1.3 SFP-100-LC-SM15 Not supported 6.1.3 SFP-GIG-LH40 All 6.3.3.1.3 SFP-100-BXLC-D Not supported 6.1.3 SFP-100-BX20NU Not supported 6.1.3 SFP-GIG-LX All 6.2 SFP-100-BXLC-U Not supported 6.SFP Compatibility Matrix OmniSwitch 6850 Series OmniSwitch 6850 Series The following table shows the Ethernet transceiver configurations and the minimum release required for support on the OmniSwitch 6850: SFP OS6850 Combo Ports OS6850-U24X (Excluding U24X) SFP-GIG-SX All 6.3 SFP-100-BX20LT Not supported 6.1.1 6.1. SFP-GIG-T is not supported on OS6850 combo ports.1 SFP-GIG-T 1.3 SFP-GIG-LH70 All 6.3.1.1.1.3 SFP-GIG-EXTND All 6.2 SFP-100-LC-MM Not supported 6.4.1.3 Not Supported 6.1 SFP-GIG-BX-U 6.3 SFP-GIG-BX-D 6.3.3.1.1.1 6.1 6. 2.3 SFP-100-LC-SM40 Not supported 6.1 6.1.2 1.3.3 SFP-GIG-CWD All 6. OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 page 4-37 .3 SFP-DUAL-SM10 6.

4.4 1 Not supported 6.OmniSwitch 6850E Series SFP Compatibility Matrix OmniSwitch 6850E Series The following table shows the Ethernet transceiver configurations and the minimum release required for support on the OmniSwitch 6850E: SFP 6850E OS6850E-U24X (Excluding U24X) SFP-GIG-SX 6.4.4 SFP-10G-ER 6.4 6.4 SFP-10G-LR 6.4 SFP-GIG-LX 6.4 6.4.4.4.4 6.4. page 4-38 OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 .4.4 SFP-10G-C 6.4 SFP-GIG-T 1 SFP-DUAL-MM SFP-DUAL-SM10 Not Supported 6.4.4 SFP-100-BX20LT 1 Not supported 6.4.4.4 SFP-100-LC-SM15 1.4.4 Not Supported 6.4.4.4 SFP-10G-SR 6. Supported on OS6850E-U24X non-combo ports only.4 6.4.4.4 SFP-100-LC-SM401 Not supported 6.4 SFP-100-LC-MM1 SFP-100-BXLC-D SFP-100-BXLC-U Not supported 6.4 6.4 6.4.4 6.4.4.4 1 Not supported 6.4 SFP-100-BX20NU1 Not supported 6.4.4.4.4.4.4 1 Not supported 6.4.4 SFP-GIG-EXTND 6.4 SFP-GIG-LH70 6.4 Not Supported 6.4 SFP-GIG-BX-U 6.4.4.4 6.4 SFP-10G-LRM 6.4 SFP-GIG-LH40 6. * 10/100/1000 Mbps SFP transceivers are not supported on 10-Gigabit SFP+ ports.4 SFP-GIG-CWD 6.4 SFP-GIG-BX-D 6.4 6.4.4 6.4.4.4 6.4.4.4.4.4 6.4.4.4 6.4.

SFP-GIG-T is not supported on OS6400 combo ports.4.3.3 SFP-GIG-CWD SFP-GIG-T Not supported 1.3.3 SFP-GIG-LH70 6. 2.3 1.3.3.3 SFP-100-BX20NU 6.3 SFP-GIG-BX-D 6.3.3.3 SFP-100-LC-SM15 6.3 SFP-100-BXLC-D 6.3.3 SFP-GIG-LH40 6.3.3.2 SFP-100-BXLC-U 6.3 SFP-100-LC-SM40 6.2 6.3. OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 page 4-39 .3 SFP-GIG-EXTND 6.3.3. SFP-GIG-T supports 10/100/1000 Mbits on non-combo ports only.3.3 SFP-GIG-BX-U 6.3 SFP-DUAL-MM Not supported SFP-DUAL-SM10 Not supported SFP-100-BX20LT 6.3 SFP-GIG-LX 6.2 SFP-100-LC-MM 6.4.SFP Compatibility Matrix OmniSwitch 6400 Series OmniSwitch 6400 Series The following table shows the Ethernet transceiver configurations and the minimum release required for support on the OmniSwitch 6400: SFP OS6400 (All ports/All models) SFP-GIG-SX 6.

6.1 SFP-GIG-BX-D 6.1 SFP-GIG-LH70 6.6.6.6.1 SFP-100-BX20NU1 6. Not supported on non-combo ports.1 SFP-GIG-LX 6.1 SFP-DUAL-MM Not supported SFP-DUAL-SM10 Not supported 1 6.1 SFP-GIG-LH40 6.6.6.1 1.6.6.6.1 SFP-GIG-EXTND 6.OmniSwitch 6250 Series SFP Compatibility Matrix OmniSwitch 6250 Series The following table shows the Ethernet transceiver configurations and the minimum release required for support on the OmniSwitch 6250: SFP OS6250 SFP-GIG-SX 6.1 SFP-100-LC-SM40 1 6.6.1 SFP-GIG-BX-U 6.6.6.6. page 4-40 OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 .1 SFP-100-BXLC-U SFP-100-LC-SM15 1 6.1 SFP-100-BX20LT 1 SFP-100-BXLC-D 6.1 SFP-100-LC-MM1 6.6.1 1 6.1 SFP-GIG-CWD Not supported SFP-GIG-T 6.6.

SFP Compatibility Matrix OmniStack 6200 Series OmniStack 6200 Series The following table shows the Ethernet transceiver configurations and the minimum release required for support on the OmniStack 6200: SFP OS6200 (All ports/All models) SFP-GIG-SX All SFP-GIG-LX All SFP-GIG-LH40 All SFP-GIG-LH70 All SFP-GIG-EXTND All SFP-GIG-CWD Not supported SFP-GIG-T All SFP-DUAL-MM Not supported SFP-DUAL-SM10 Not supported SFP-100-BX20LT All SFP-100-BX20NU All 1 SFP-100-BXLC-D All 1 All SFP-100-LC-MM1 All SFP-100-BXLC-U 1 All SFP-100-LC-SM401 All SFP-GIG-BX-D All SFP-GIG-BX-U All SFP-100-LC-SM15 OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 page 4-41 .

1 XFP-10G-CX4 6.3.1 XFP-10G-LR 6.4.1 page 5-42 OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 .1 XFP-10G-ZR80 6.4 6.4.1.3.4 XFP-10G-DWDM OmniSwitch 9000E Series The following table shows the 10-Gigabit Ethernet transceiver configurations and supported releases on the OmniSwitch 9000E Series: XFP OS9-XNI-U2E XFP-10G-SR 6.3.R02 6.4.4.R02 6.4.1 XFP-10G-ER40 6.OmniSwitch 9000 Series 5 XFP Compatibility Matrix XFP Compatibility Matrix OmniSwitch 9000 Series The following table shows the 10-Gigabit Ethernet transceiver configurations and supported releases on the OmniSwitch 9000 Series: XFP OS9-XNI-U2 OS9-XNI-U6 XFP-10G-SR All All XFP-10G-LR All All XFP-10G-ER40 All All XFP-10G-ZR80 All All XFP-10G-CX4 6.1 XFP-10G-DWDM 6.1.3.4.

4 April 2011 page 5-43 .3. OmniSwitch 6850 Series The following table shows the 10-Gigabit Ethernet transceiver configurations and supported releases on the OmniSwitch 6850: XFP All OmniSwitch 6850 10-Gigabit Models XFP-10G-SR All XFP-10G-LR All XFP-10G-ER40 All XFP-10G-ZR80 All XFP-10G-CX4 6.R02 XFP-10G-DWDM OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide 6.1.3.XFP Compatibility Matrix OmniSwitch 6855 Series OmniSwitch 6855 Series The following table shows the 10-Gigabit Ethernet transceiver configurations and supported releases on the OmniSwitch 6855: XFP OmniSwitch 6855 1 Not Supported All 1. OmniSwitch 6855-U24X supports 10-Gigabit SFP+ Transceivers.

OmniSwitch 6850E Series XFP Compatibility Matrix OmniSwitch 6850E Series The following table shows the 10-Gigabit Ethernet transceiver configurations and supported releases on the OmniSwitch 6850E: XFP OmniSwitch 6850E 1 Not Supported All 1. OmniSwitch 6400 Series The following table shows the 10-Gigabit Ethernet transceiver configurations and supported releases on the OmniSwitch 6400: XFP All OmniSwitch 6400 No 10-Gig Support OmniSwitch 6250 Series The following table shows the 10-Gigabit Ethernet transceiver configurations and supported releases on the OmniSwitch 6250: XFP All OmniSwitch 6250 No 10-Gig Support OmniStack 6200 Series The following table shows the 10-Gigabit Ethernet transceiver configurations and supported releases on the OmniStack 6200: XFP All page 5-44 OmniStack 6200 No 10-Gig Support OmniSwitch Transceivers Guide April 2011 . OmniSwitch 6850E only supports 10-Gigabit SFP+ Transceivers.