10G SFP+ Checker
The 10G SFP+ Checker can help you to read the internal memory EEPROM of the SFP+ and displays details EEPROM contents registered into EEPROM such as the Part Number, Vendor Name , wavelength, description, and range.
With an DDM SFP+ that is with digital diagnostics, the SFP Checker can be used to monitor the all DDM information. With Meter Module, you can measure the real output power of SFP.
The 10G SFP+ Checker is an instrument which combines the Serial Pattern Generator, Bit Error Rate Analyzer, and Optical Power Meter within a compact size for both optical telecommunication and data communication. It provides common transmission rate for 8x Fiber Channel, OC-192, and 10G Ethernet. The optical power can be measured by plugging in an optional optical sensor module.
The friendly graphic user interface (GUI) provides clear monitoring for bit error rate, bit error counter, timer, SFP status, optical power from the sensor module and selection of data rate and PRBS.
Pocket size design.
No warm up time required.
Connects to a standard PC / laptop with Windows XP or Win 7 OS via USB connection1 port for duplex LC SFP+.
SFP Plug-In Module with SC female connector for optical power measurement.
Automatic wavelength selection based on the EEPROM data from SFP.
Full function GUI.
Popular USB connection.
- SFP transceiver qualification to verify correct SFP.
- To confirm proper transmit and receive signal levels Optical transmitting power measurement.
- Optical reference signal.
- Bit error rate test.
- To verify proper encoding during the manufacturing.
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The Combo SFP Checker integrated the Bit Error Rate Tester, Optical Power Meter, Digital Diagnostics Monitor for SFF-8472, and EEPROM R/W into a portable pocket size box for the SFP transceiver (Mini-GBIC) which is most popular in optical communication system. It provides the test environment for OC-3 (STM-1), OC-12 (STM-4), OC48 (STM-16), 100base / 1000base , and 1x / 2x / 4x Fiber Channel. Completely setting the test parameters through a friendly Graphical User Interface (GUI) with single USB connector or simply testing the SFP with LED indicators on the top panel of the checker through an USB power bank. An optional power meter module can be installed for optical power measurement and one loopback port for bidirectional transceiver testing.