Toronto, Canada (PressExposure) July 01, 2008 -- AVAYA compatible GBICs are now available through GAO FiberOptics (http://www.GAOFiberOptics.com). These input/output transceivers are 100% compatible with AVAYA original products and are designed to transform signals between Ethernet and fiber optic networks. One end of the transceiver plugs into a Gigabit Ethernet port at the switch and the other connects to fiber optic patch cords linking to the network. GBIC classifications are based on their working wavelengths, data transmission rates, working power, and working distance. In general, an SC type interface is located at the fiber optic end of transceiver. The laser unit in a GBIC module can be 850nm VCSEL, 1310nm FP, 1310nm DFB, and 1550nm DFB.
GAO Fiber Opticsâ GBIC transceivers are hot pluggable; this feature allows a suitably designed enclosure to be changed from one type of external interface to another simply by plugging in a GBIC with the alternative external interface. GBIC transceivers are suitable for interconnections in Gigabit Ethernet hubs and convenient for a switching environment. The converters are practically designed for high performance, point-to-point communication and fiber channel interconnections.
We offer compatible AVAYA GBIC models now:
108659228 108659210 700013147
Features for typical types GBIC modules: â¢ Compliant with Gigabit Interface Converter (GBIC) Revision 5.5 â¢ Compliant with proposed specifications for IEEE 802.3z/Gigabit Ethernet â¢ Up to 1.25Gb/s bi-directional data link â¢ Various kinds of wavelength and working distances optional â¢ Extended power supply +3.3/5.0V compatible â¢ Hot pluggable â¢ Low EMI â¢ Low power dissipation Class 1 Laser Product Compliant with the Requirements of IEC 60825-1 and IEC 60825-2
About GAO Fiber Optics GAOFiberOptics is a leading provider of fiber optical testers, measurement instruments, transceivers and fiber optical devices. For more information about these events, please visit http://www.GAOFiberoptics.com
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