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Installation SFP, XFP, and GBIC Hardware Components

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Statement of conditions
In the interest of improving internal design, operational function, and/or reliability, Nortel Networks Inc. reserves the right to make changes to the products described in this document without notice. Nortel Networks Inc. does not assume any liability that may occur due to the use or application of the product(s) or circuit layout(s) described herein.

EMI Compliance
Meets requirements of: FCC Part 15, Subparts A and B, Class A EN55022: 1998/CISPR22:1997), Class A General License VDE 0871, Class B (AmtsblVfg No. 243/1991, Vfg 46/1992) VCCI Class A ITE EN55024:1998/CISPR24:1997

CAUTION
Use of controls or adjustments, or performance of procedures other than those specied herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.

CAUTION
Only qualied technicians should install this equipment. Place all printed circuit boards on an antistatic mat until you are ready to install them. If you do not have an antistatic mat, wear a discharge leash to free yourself of static before touching any of the printed circuit boards, or free yourself of static by touching a grounded metal object before handling a printed circuit board.

Product Safety
Meets requirements of: IEC 60950 3rd edition CSA 22.2 No. 60950, 3rd edition. UL 60950 3rd edition: EN60950, 3rd edition EN60825-1 ,+A11, +A2

WARNING
Fiber optic equipment can emit laser or infrared light that can injure your eyes. Never look into an optical ber or connector port. Always assume that ber optic cables are connected to a light source.

ATTENTION
Vorsicht:
Glasfaserkomponenten knnen Laserlicht bzw. Infrarotlicht abstrahlen, wodurch Ihre Augen geschdigt werden knnen. Schauen Sie niemals in einen Glasfaser-LWL oder ein Anschluteil. Gehen Sie stets davon aus, da das Glasfaserkabel an eine Lichtquelle angeschlossen ist.

ATTENTION
Avertissement:
Lquipement bre optique peut mettre des rayons laser ou infrarouges qui risquent dentraner des lsions oculaires. Ne jamais regarder dans le port dun connecteur ou dun cble bre optique. Toujours supposer que les cbles bre optique sont raccords une source lumineuse.

ATTENTION
Advertencia:
Los equipos de bra ptica pueden emitir radiaciones de lser o infrarrojas que pueden daar los ojos. No mire nunca en el interior de una bra ptica ni de un puerto de conexin. Suponga siempre que los cables de bra ptica estn conectados a una fuente luminosa.

ATTENTION
Avvertenza:
Le apparecchiature a bre ottiche emettono raggi laser o infrarossi che possono risultare dannosi per gli occhi. Non guardare mai direttamente le bre ottiche o le porte di collegamento. Tenere in considerazione il fatto che i cavi a bre ottiche sono collegati a una sorgente luminosa.

Contents
New in this release
Features 7 DDI SFP and XFP 7 Other changes 7 10GBASE-SR XFP 7

Introduction
Handling, safety, and environmental guidelines 9 Acronyms 10 Finding the latest updates on the Nortel web site 11

Installing SFPs
Locking/extractor mechanisms 13 SFP labeling 14 SFP models 14 SFP models with digital diagnostic monitoring 15 CWDM SFP models 16 CWDM SFP models with digital diagnostic monitoring Installing an SFP 18 Removing an SFP 19 SFP specications 20 SFP physical specications 21 1000BASE-SX (LC Type) specications 21 1000BASE-LX (LC Type) specications 22 1000BASE-SX (MT-RJ Type) specications 23 1000BASE-T specications 23 1000BASE-BX (Bi-directional) specications 24 CWDM SFP specications 25 CWDM SFP DDM specications 27

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Installing GBICs
GBIC models 31 GBIC labeling 33 Installing a GBIC 33 Removing a GBIC 34

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6 Contents GBIC specications 35 GBIC physical specications 36 1000BASE-SX specications 36 1000BASE-LX specications 37 1000BASE-XD specications 38 1000BASE-ZX specications 39 1000BASE-T specications 40 CWDM GBIC specications 41

Installing XFPs
XFP locking/extractor mechanisms XFP labeling 46 XFP models 46 Installation 48 Installing an XFP 48 Removing an XFP 49 XFP specications 50 XFP physical specications 51 10GBASE-SR specications 51 10GBASE-LR/LW specications 10GBASE-ER/EW specications 10GBASE-ZR/ZW specications 45

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New in this release


The following sections detail what is new in Nortel Installation SFP, XFP, and GBIC Hardware Components for Metro Ethernet Routing Switch Release 4.1 and Ethernet Services Unit 1800 and 1850 Release 3.3:

Features
See the following sections for information about feature changes: "DDI SFP" (page 7)

DDI SFP and XFP


In the Metro Ethernet Services Unit 1850 3.3 release and the Metro Ethernet Routing Switch 8600 4.1 release, the devices can use digital diagnostic interfaces (DDI) for the purpose of digital diagnostic monitoring (DDM) of Small Form Pluggable (SFP) and 10 Gigabit XFP optics. DDM monitors device temperature, voltage, current, and power and the software provides warnings or alarms when the temperature, voltage, laser bias current, transmitter power, or receiver power falls outside manufacturer specied thresholds. For more information about DDM, see "SFP models with digital diagnostic monitoring" (page 15), "CWDM SFP models with digital diagnostic monitoring" (page 17), and "CWDM SFP DDM specications" (page 27).

Other changes
See the following sections for information about changes that are not feature-related: "10GBASE-SR XFP" (page 7)

10GBASE-SR XFP
Ranges are claried for the 10GBASE-SR XFP. See "10GBASE-SR and 10GBASE-LR XFP models" (page 47).

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Introduction
This document provides technical specications and installation instructions for: Gigabit Interface Converters (GBICs): Which includes Coarse Wavelength Division Multiplexed (CWDM) GBICs. Small Form Factor Pluggable (SFP) transceivers: Which includes Coarse Wavelength Division Multiplexed (CWDM) SFPs. 10 Gigabit XFP transceivers

Unless otherwise specied, the terms GBIC and SFP also apply to CWDM GBICs and CWDM SFPs. In this guide, when instructions apply only to a specic GBIC or SFP type (for example, a CWDM GBIC or a CWDM SFP type), that term will be specied. For a list of supported GBICs, SFPs, and XFPs see your latest product-specic release notes.

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"Installing SFPs" (page 13) "Installing GBICs" (page 31) "Installing XFPs" (page 45)

Handling, safety, and environmental guidelines


Before installing your GBIC, SFP, or XFP read the following handling, safety, and environmental guidelines: GBICs, SFPs, and XFPs are static sensitive. To prevent damage from electrostatic discharge (ESD), follow your normal board and component handling procedures. GBICs, SFPs, and XFPs are dust sensitive. When you store a GBIC, SFP or XFP, or when you disconnect it from a ber optic cable, always keep the dust cover over the GBIC, SFP, or XFP optical bore.
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To clean contaminants from the optical bores of a GBIC SFP, or XFP, use an alcohol swab or equivalent to clean the ferrules of the optical connector. Dispose of this product according to all national laws and regulations.

WARNING
Fiber optic equipment can emit laser or infrared light that can injure your eyes. Never look into an optical ber or connector port. Always assume that ber optic cables are connected to a light source.

Acronyms
CDR CWDM DMD EMI ESD GBIC LC LED MAN MMF OMA OMUX RJ SC SFP SMF TPE UTP WAN WDM XFP clock data recovery coarse wavelength-division multiplexing differential mode delay electromagnetic interference electrostatic discharge Gigabit Interface Converters latch connector light emitting diode metropolitan area network multimode fiber Optical Modulation Amplitude Optical Multiplexer/Demultiplexer registered jack snap-in connector small form factor pluggable single mode fiber Twisted Pair Ethernet unshielded twisted pair wide area network wavelength-division multiplexing 10 Gigabit Ethernet small form factor pluggable

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Finding the latest updates on the Nortel web site


The content of this documentation was current at the time the product was released. To check for updates to the latest documentation and software for Ethernet Routing Switch, Metro Ethernet Routing Switch, or Ethernet Switch (Baystack) click one of the following links:
Link to http://www130.nortelnetworks.com/go /main.jsp?cscat=SOFTWARE&r esetFilter=1&tranProduct=9015 http://www130.nortelnetworks.com/go /main.jsp?cscat=SOFTWARE&r esetFilter=1&poid=13521 http://www130.nortelnetworks.com/go /main.jsp?cscat=FAMILY&dispT ype=byCat&catOID=-8887&amp ;catState=GA http://www130.nortelnetworks.com/go /main.jsp?cscat=DOCUMENTATION &resetFilter=1&poid=9015 http://www130.nortelnetworks.com/go /main.jsp?cscat=DOCUMENTATION &resetFilter=1&poid=13521 http://www130.nortelnetworks.com/go /main.jsp?cscat=FAMILY&dispT ype=byCat&catOID=-8887&amp ;catState=GA Takes you directly to the Nortel page for Ethernet Routing Switch software Nortel page for Metro Ethernet Routing Switch software Nortel page for Ethernet Switch software

Nortel page for Ethernet Routing Switch documentation Nortel page for Metro Ethernet Routing Switch documentation Nortel page for Ethernet Switch documentation

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Installing SFPs
This chapter describes how to install SFPs which include coarse wavelength division multiplexed (CWDM) SFPs. This chapter also lists the technical specications for the supported SFP models.

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"Locking/extractor mechanisms" (page 13) "SFP labeling" (page 14) "SFP models" (page 14) "CWDM SFP models" (page 16) "Installing an SFP" (page 18) "Removing an SFP" (page 19) "SFP specications" (page 20)

Locking/extractor mechanisms
Depending on the transceiver manufacturer, your SFP transceiver can have various types of locking/extractor mechanisms. "SFP and XFP locking/extractor mechanism" (page 14) shows two typical locking/extractor mechanisms used on SFP transceivers; other locking/extractor mechanisms exist, although not shown here.

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SFP labeling
The Nortel label on a typical SFP contains a Nortel serial number, a bar code, a manufacturers code, an interface type, and a part number ("Nortel Networks SFP label" (page 14)).
Nortel SFP label

SFP models
SFPs are hot-swappable input/output enhancement components designed for use with Nortel* products to allow Gigabit Ethernet ports to link with other Gigabit Ethernet ports over various media types.

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"1000BASE-SFP models" (page 15) lists and describes the Nortel SFP models.
1000BASE-SFP models Model number (connector type) 1000BASE-SX (LC Type) 1000BASE-SX (MT-RJ Type) 1000BASE-LX (LC Type) 1000BASE-BX (bi-directional) DDI (LC Type) 1000BASE-T (RJ-45 Type) Product number AA1419013-E5 AA1419014-E5 AA1419015-E5 AA1419069-E6 AA1419070-E6 AA1419043-E6 Description (wavelength, cable length) Small Form Factor Pluggable, short wavelength, 550 m Small Form Factor Pluggable, short wavelength, 550 m Small Form Factor Pluggable, long wavelength, 10 km Small Form Factor Pluggable, long wavelength, 10 km (Bi-directional-1310 nm/1490 nm) Copper category 5 unshielded twisted pair (UTP) Maximum distance 100 m

ATTENTION
The cable distance may vary depending on the quality of ber optic cable used.

SFP models with digital diagnostic monitoring


SFPs are hot-swappable input/output enhancement components designed for use with Nortel* products to allow Gigabit Ethernet ports to link with other Gigabit Ethernet ports over various media types. Digital diagnostic monitoring (DDM) allows real-time access to device operating parameters. Any digital diagnostic indicating (DDI) component can be used in any Metro Ethernet Services Unit 1800 or 1850 device or Metro Ethernet Routing Switch 8600 module that supports SFPs. The optical functions of the SFP are supported. Access to the actual DDI information is only provided on the Metro ESU 1850 Metro Ethernet Routing Switch 8600 modules 8630 and 8683

Access to DDI information is not supported for the Metro ESU 1800 Metro Ethernet Routing Switch 8600 module 8668

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"1000BASE-SFP DDM models " (page 16) lists and describes the Nortel SFP models with DDM.
1000BASE-SFP DDM models Model number (connector type) 1000BASE-SX (LC Type) 1000BASE-LX (LC Type) 1000BASE-XD (LC Type) 1000BASE-XD (LC Type) 1000BASE-ZX (LC Type) 1000BASE-EX (LC Type) Product number AA1419048E6 AA1419049E6 AA1419050E6 AA1419051E6 AA1419052E6 AA1419071E6 Description (wavelength, cable length) Small Form Factor Pluggable, short wavelength 850 nm, 550 m Small Form Factor Pluggable, long wavelength 1310 nm, 10 km Small Form Factor Pluggable, 1310 nm, 40 km Small Form Factor Pluggable, 1550 nm, 40 km Small Form Factor Pluggable, 1550 nm, 70 km Small Form Factor Pluggable, 1550 nm, 100 km

CWDM SFP models


CWDM SFPs are transceivers that link Gigabit Ethernet ports with ber optic networks. WDM technology consolidates multiple optical channels, using specic wavelengths to expand available bandwidth, on a common optical ber. CWDM SFPs are components in the optical routing system, designed to support high speed data communications for Metropolitan Area Networks (MANs). The system uses a grid of eight CWDM optical wavelengths in both ring and point-to-point congurations. All components are color-coded by wavelength. "Nortel Networks CWDM SFP transceiver list" (page 16) lists the Nortel CWDM SFPs and describes their wavelengths, color codes, part numbers, and cable lengths.
Nortel CWDM SFP transceiver list CWDM SFP (Wavelength (nm)/color code, Product number Description (wavelength, cable length)

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connector type) 1470nm/Gray (LC Type) 1490nm/Violet (LC Type) 1510nm/Blue (LC Type) 1530nm/Green (LC Type) 1550nm/Yellow (LC Type) 1570nm/Orange (LC Type) 1590nm/Red (LC Type) 1610nm/Brown (LC Type) AA1419025-E5 AA1419033-E5 AA1419026-E5 AA1419034-E5 AA1419027-E5 AA1419035-E5 AA1419028-E5 AA1419036-E5 AA1419029-E5 AA1419037-E5 AA1419030-E5 AA1419038-E5 AA1419031-E5 AA1419039-E5 AA1419032-E5 AA1419040-E5 1470 nm, 40 km 1470 nm, 70 km 1490 nm, 40 km 1490 nm, 70 km 1510 nm, 40 km 1510 nm, 70 km 1530 nm, 40 km 1530 nm, 70 km 1550 nm, 40 km 1550 nm, 70 km 1570 nm, 40 km 1570 nm, 70 km 1590 nm, 40 km 1590 nm, 70 km 1610 nm, 40 km 1610 nm, 70 km

ATTENTION
The cable distance may vary depending on the quality of ber optic cable used.

CWDM SFP models with digital diagnostic monitoring


CWDM SFPs are transceivers that link Gigabit Ethernet ports with ber optic networks. WDM technology consolidates multiple optical channels, using specic wavelengths to expand available bandwidth, on a common optical ber. CWDM SFPs are components in the optical routing system, designed to support high speed data communications for Metropolitan Area Networks (MANs). The system uses a grid of eight CWDM optical wavelengths in both ring and point-to-point congurations. All components are color-coded by wavelength. Digital diagnostic monitoring (DDM) allows real-time access to device operating parameters. For more information about DDM, see Nortel Fundamentals SFP Digital Diagnostic Monitoring (NN46220-102)

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"CWDM SFP DDM transceiver list " (page 18) lists the CWDM SFP DDMs and describes their wavelengths and part numbers.
CWDM SFP DDM transceiver list CWDM DDI SFP (Wavelength (nm)/color code) 1470 nm/Gray (LC Type) 1490 nm/Violet (LC Type) 1510 nm/Blue (LC Type) 1530 nm/Green (LC Type) 1550 nm/Yellow (LC Type) 1570 nm/Orange (LC Type) 1590 nm/Red (LC Type) 1610 nm/Brown (LC Type) 1470 nm/Gray (LC Type) 1490 nm/Violet (LC Type) 1510 nm/Bluey (LC Type) 1530 nm/Green (LC Type) 1550 nm/Yellow (LC Type) 1570 nm/Orange (LC Type) 1590 nm/Red (LC Type) 1610 nm/Brown (LC Type) Product number Description (wavelength, cable length) 1470 nm, 40 km 1490 nm, 40 km 1510 nm, 40 km 1530 nm, 40 km 1550 nm, 40 km 1570 nm, 40 km 1590 nm, 40 km 1610 nm, 40 km 1470 nm, 70 km 1490 nm, 70 km 1510 nm, 70 km 1530 nm, 70 km 1550 nm, 70 km 1570 nm, 70 km 1590 nm, 70 km 1610 nm, 70 km

AA1419053-E6 AA1419054-E6 AA1419055-E6 AA1419056-E6 AA1419057-E6 AA1419058-E6 AA1419059-E6 AA1419060-E6 AA1419061-E6 AA1419062-E6 AA1419063-E6 AA1419064-E6 AA1419065-E6 AA1419066-E6 AA1419067-E6 AA1419068-E6

Installing an SFP
You need to install an SFP to complete your cabling to your SFP device. CWDM SFPs are installed similar to the LC type SFPs.

CAUTION
GBICs and SFPs are keyed to prevent incorrect insertion. If the GBIC or SFP resists pressure, do not force it; turn it over, and reinsert it.

Step 1

Action Remove the SFP from its protective packaging.

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Verify that the SFP is the correct model for your network conguration ("1000BASE-SFP models" (page 15) and "Nortel Networks CWDM SFP transceiver list" (page 16)). Grasp the SFP between your thumb and forenger. Insert the SFP into the SFP slot on the module (see "Inserting an SFP or XFP" (page 19)). Apply a light pressure to the SFP until the device clicks and locks into position in the module.
Inserting an SFP

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Removing an SFP
You may need to remove a SFP for a wide variety of purposes. CWDM SFP removal steps are similar to removal steps of any other LC type SFP. Step 1 2 Action Disconnect the network ber cable from the SFP connector. Depending on your SFP model, press the locking/extractor mechanism on the SFP to release the SFP ("Removing an SFP or XFP" (page 20)).

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ATTENTION
Your SFP locking/extractor mechanism may be different than the models shown. Removing an SFP

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Slide the SFP out of the module SFP slot. If the SFP does not slide easily from the module slot, use a gentle side-to-side rocking motion while rmly pulling the SFP from the slot. Attach a dust cover over the ber optic bores and store the SFP in a safe place until needed.

ATTENTION
If you are discarding the SFP, be sure to dispose of the SFP according to all national laws and regulations.

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SFP specications
This section provides technical specications for the supported SFP models and includes the following topics:

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"1000BASE-T specications" (page 23) "1000BASE-BX (Bi-directional) specications" (page 24) "CWDM SFP specications" (page 25) "CWDM SFP DDM specications" (page 27)

SFP physical specications


"1000BASE-SX, 1000BASE-LX SFP, and 1000BASE-T specications" (page 21) describes general 1000BASE-SX, 1000BASE-LX, 1000BASE-BX, and 1000BASE-T SFP specications.
1000BASE-SX, 1000BASE-LX SFP, and 1000BASE-T specications Specification Dimensions (H x W x D) Descriptions 0.53 x 0.33 x 2.22 inches (13.4 x 8.5 x 56.4 mm) Connectors Multimode fiber optic: LC or MT-RJ Single-mode fiber optic: LC Single-fiber LC fiber optic connector

1000BASE-SX (LC Type) specications


The Model 1000BASE-SX SFP provides 1000BASE-SX (850 nm, short wavelength, Gigabit Ethernet) connectivity using LC duplex multimode ber connectors. The Model 1000BASE-SX SFP supports full-duplex operation only. "1000BASE-T specications" (page 40) describes standards, connectors, cabling, and distance for the Model 1000BASE-SX SFP.
1000BASE-SX SFP specications Type Standards Specifications Conforms to the following standards: Connectors Cabling 802.3z, 1000BASE-SX

Duplex LC fiber optic connector 62.5 m MMF optic cable 50 m MMF optic cable 902 ft. (275 m) using 62.5 m MMF optic cable 1804 ft. (550 m) using 50 m MMF optic cable

Distance

Wavelength

850 nm

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Type Optical budget

Specifications 7 dB

Laser Transmitter Characteristics Minimum launch power Maximum launch power Receiver Characteristics Minimum receiver sensitivity Maximum input power -17 dBm 0 dBm -10 dBm -4 dBm

1000BASE-LX (LC Type) specications


The Model 1000BASE-LX SFP provides 1000BASE-LX (1310 nm, long wavelength, Gigabit Ethernet) connectivity using LC duplex ber connectors. The long wavelength optical transceivers used in the LX model provide variable distance ranges using both multimode and single-mode ber optic cabling. The Model 1000BASE-LX supports full-duplex operation only. "1000BASE-LX SFP specications" (page 22) describes standards, connectors, cabling, and distance for the Model 1000BASE-LX.
1000BASE-LX SFP specications Type Standards Specifications Conforms to the following standards: 802.3z, 1000BASE-LX Connectors Cabling Duplex LC fiber optic connector Distance Wavelength Optical budget 62.5 m multimode fiber (MMF) optic cable 50 m MMF optic cable 10 m singlemode fiber (SMF) optic cable 1804 ft. (550 m) using 62.5 m MMF optic cable 1804 ft. (550 m) using 50 m MMF optic cable up to 32 808 ft. (10 km) using 10 m SMF optic cable

1310 nm 10.5 dB

Laser Transmitter Characteristics Minimum launch power Maximum launch power -9.5 dBm -3.0 dBm

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Type Receiver Characteristics Minimum receiver sensitivity Maximum input power

Specifications

-20.0 dBm -3.0 dBm

1000BASE-SX (MT-RJ Type) specications


The Model 1000BASE-SX (MT-RJ Type) SFP GBIC provides Gigabit Ethernet connectivity using MT-RJ multi-mode ber connectors. "1000BASE-SX SFP specications" (page 23) describes standards, connectors, cabling, and distance for the Model 1000BASE-SX (MT-RJ Type) SFP GBIC.
1000BASE-SX SFP specications Type Standards Specifications Conforms to the following standards: Connectors Cabling 802.3z, Ethernet full duplex

Duplex MT-RJ fiber optic connector 62.5 m MMF optic cable 50 m MMF optic cable 902 ft. (275 m)/62.5 m MMF optic cable 1804 ft. (550 m)/50 m MMF optic cable

Distance

Optical budget

7 dB

Laser Transmitter Characteristics Wavelength Maximum spectral width Maximum launch power Minimum launch power into fiber Receiver Characteristics Wavelength Minimum receiver sensitivity Maximum input power 850 nm -17 dBm 0 dBm 850 nm 0.85 nm -4.0 dBm -9.5 dBm

1000BASE-T specications
The Model 1000BASE-T SFP provides Gigabit Ethernet connectivity using a single eight-pin RJ-45 connector. The 1000BASE-T Model SFP operates at 1000 Mbit/s (1 Gbit/s) and does not support 100BASE-T and 10BASE-T interfaces).
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ATTENTION
You must disable autonegotiation before operating the 1000BASE-T SFP. By default, SFPs inserted into certain product-specic modules are set for Autonegotiation = "True."

The maximum power requirements of the SFP is 375 mA at 5V. "1000BASE-T SFP specications" (page 24) describes the 1000BASE-T SFP specications.
1000BASE-T SFP specications Type Standards Specifications Conforms to the following standards: Connectors Cabling Distance 802.3z, 802.3ab

RJ-45 Category 5 copper cabling Up to 100 m

1000BASE-BX (Bi-directional) specications


The 1000BASE-BX bi-directional SFPs (part numbers AA1419069 and AA1419070) provide 1000BASE-BX (1310 nm/1490 nm, wavelength, Gigabit Ethernet) connectivity over a single ber ("Bi-directional 1000BASE-BX models" (page 24)).
Bi-directional 1000BASE-BX models

As shown in "Bi-directional 1000BASE-BX models" (page 24), the Tx and Rx paths share the same ber, at two different wavelengths (one model transmits at 1310 nm and receives at 1490 nm, while the mating model transmits at 1490 nm and receives at 1310 nm). You can only connect to a mating pair, as shown in "Bi-directional 1000BASE-BX models" (page 24).

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You can use 1000BASE-BX SFPs to double the number of your ber links. For example, if you have 20 installed ber pairs with 20 conventional ports connected, you can use 1000BASE-BX SFPs to expand to 40 ports, using the same ber. The long wavelength optical transceivers used in these models provide variable distance ranges using both multimode and single-mode ber optic cabling. "1000BASE-BX SFP specications" (page 25) describes standards, connectors, cabling, and distance for the Model 1000BASE-BX SFP.
1000BASE-BX SFP specications Type Standards Specifications Conforms to the following standards: Connectors Cabling 802.3ah, 1000BASE-BX10

Single-fiber LC fiber optic connector 62.5 m MMF optic cable 50 m MMF optic cable 10 m SMF optic cable 1804 ft. (550 m) using 62.5 m MMF optic cable 1804 ft. (550 m) using 50 m MMF optic cable 32,80805 ft. (10 km) using 10 m SMF optic cable

Distance

Wavelength Optical budget

1310 nm/1490 nm 11.0 dB

Laser Transmitter Characteristics Minimum launch power Maximum launch power Receiver Characteristics Minimum receiver sensitivity Maximum input power -20.0 dBm -3.0 dBm -9.0 dBm -3.0 dBm

CWDM SFP specications


"CWDM SFP (70 km) specications" (page 26) describes CWDM SFP (70 km) specications.

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"CWDM SFP (40 km) specications" (page 26) describes CWDM SFP (40 km) specications.
CWDM SFP (70 km) specications Item Physical dimensions Connectors Cabling Data rate Average launch power Specification 0.457 x .604 x 2.18 inches (11.6 x 15.3 x 55.43 mm) Duplex LC fiber optic SMF, 9 m Nominal range minimum maximum Optical budget Operating temperature range Regulatory Receiver Characteristics Minimum receiver sensitivity Maximum input power -23 dBm -3 dBm 20 dB 0C to 60C Class 1 devices per FDA/CDRH and 1EC8251 Laser Safety Regulations 1.0625 to 1250 Mbaud -3 dBm +2 dBm

ATTENTION
A minimum attenuation of 5 dBm must be present between the transmitter and receiver. To avoid receiver saturation, you must insert a minimum attenuation of 5 dBm when:

testing the CWDM SFP in loopback mode. using short runs of ber with no intermediate CWDM OADM or CWDM OMUX.

To determine the expected signal loss for a CWDM OADM, CWDM OMUX, or ber length, see Installation and Networking Guidelines for Optical Routing. Given a loss budget of 24 dBm and assuming ber loss of .25 dB/km, up to 96 km reach is supported with no intermediate CWDM OADM or CWDM OMUX. CWDM SFP (40 km) specications Item Physical dimensions Connectors Specification 0.457 x .604 x 2.18 inches (11.6 x 15.3 x 55.43 mm) Duplex LC fiber optic

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Item Cabling Average launch power

Specification SMF, 9 m minimum maximum -4 dBm +1 dBm 1.0625 to 1250 Mbaud

Data rate Optical budget Operating temperature range Regulatory Receiver Characteristics Minimum receiver sensitivity Maximum input power

Nominal range 17 dB 0C to 60C

Class 1 devices per FDA/CDRH and IEC60825-1 Laser Safety Regulations

-21 dBm -3 dBm

ATTENTION
A minimum attenuation of 4 dBm must be present between the transmitter and receiver. To avoid receiver saturation, you must insert a minimum attenuation of 4 dBm when:

testing the CWDM SFP in loopback mode. using short runs of ber with no intermediate CWDM OADM or CWDM OMUX.

To determine the expected signal loss for a CWDM OADM, CWDM OMUX, or ber length, see Installation and Networking Guidelines for Optical Routing. Given a loss budget of 24 dB and assuming ber loss of .25 dB/km, up to 96 km reach is supported with no intermediate CWDM OADM or CWDM OMUX.

CWDM SFP DDM specications


"CWDM SFP DDM (40 km/1310 nm) specications " (page 27) through "ZX-CWDM SFP DDM (70 km) specications " (page 29) describe CWDM SFP DDM specications. In these tables, Receiver Sensitivity is dened as the minimum input power for which the receiver is guaranteed to meet the bit error rate of 1012.
XD SFP DDM (40 km/1310 nm) specications Item Physical dimensions Connectors Specification 0.457 x .604 x 2.18 inches (11.6 x 15.3 x 55.43 mm) Duplex LC fiber optic

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Item Cabling Data rate Line rate Laser transmitter characteristics Average launch power Receiver characteristics Receiver sensitivity Maximum receiver power Link budget Maximum electrical power consumption XD SFP DDM (40 km/1550 nm) specications Item Physical dimensions Connectors Cabling Data rate Line rate Laser transmitter characteristics Average launch power Receiver characteristics Receiver sensitivity Maximum receiver power Link budget Maximum electrical power consumption ZX SFP DDM (70 km/1550 nm) specications Item Physical dimensions Connectors Cabling

Specification SMF, 9 m 1 Gbit/s 1.25 Gbit/s 8B10B code

4.5 dBm maximum 0 dBm minimum

-22.5 dBm 0 dBm 21 dB 800 mW

Specification 0.457 x .604 x 2.18 inches (11.6 x 15.3 x 55.43 mm) Duplex LC fiber optic SMF, 9 m 1 Gbit/s 1.25 Gbit/s 8B10B code

-2 dBm minimum 3 dBm maximum

-21 dBm -3 dBm 22 dB 1W

Specification 0.457 x .604 x 2.18 inches (11.6 x 15.3 x 55.43 mm) Duplex LC fiber optic SMF, 9 m

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Item Data rate Line rate Data rate Line rate Laser transmitter characteristics Average launch power Receiver characteristics Receiver sensitivity Maximum receiver power Link budget Maximum electrical power consumption CWDM SFP DDM (40 km) specications Item Physical dimensions Connectors Cabling Data rate Line rate Laser transmitter characteristics Average launch power Receiver characteristics Receiver sensitivity Maximum receiver power Link budget Maximum electrical power consumption CWDM SFP DDM (70 km) specications Item Physical dimensions Connectors

Specification 1 Gbit/s 1.25 Gbit/s 1 Gbit/s 1.25 Gbit/s 8B10B code

0 dBm minimum 5 dBm maximum

-24 dBm -3 dBm 24 dB 1.2 W

Specification 0.457 x .604 x 2.18 inches (11.6 x 15.3 x 55.43 mm) Duplex LC fiber optic SMF, 9 m 1 Gbit/s 1.25 Gbit/s 8B10B code

-2 dB minimum 3 dBm maximum

-21 dBm -3 dBm 17 dB 1W

Specification 0.457 x .604 x 2.18 inches (11.6 x 15.3 x 55.43 mm) Duplex LC fiber optic

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Item Cabling Data rate Line rate Laser transmitter characteristics Average launch power Receiver characteristics Receiver sensitivity Maximum receiver power Link budget Maximum electrical power consumption

Specification SMF, 9 m 1 Gbit/s 1.25 Gbit/s 8B10B code

0 dBm minimum 5 dBm maximum

-24 dBm -3 dBm 23 dB 1.2 W

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Installing GBICs
This chapter describes how to install GBICs and also lists the technical specications for the supported GBIC models.

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GBIC models
GBICs are hot-swappable input/output enhancement components designed for use with Nortel* products to allow Gigabit Ethernet ports to link with other Gigabit Ethernet ports over various media types. "GBIC models" (page 31) lists and describes the standard GBIC models. "CWDM GBIC model numbers" (page 32) lists and describes the CWDM GBIC models.
GBIC models Model number (connector type) 1000BASE-SX (SC Type) Product number AA1419001 Description (cable length) Short wavelength 550 m

1000BASE-LX (SC Type)

AA1419002-E5

Long wavelength 5 km

1000BASE-XD (SC Type)

AA1419003-E5

Extended distance 50 km

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Model number (connector type) 1000BASE-ZX (SC Type)

Product number AA1419004-E5

Description (cable length) Extended distance 70 km

1000BASE-T

AA1419041 AA1419042 (Operable in BayStack products only)

Copper category 5 unshielded twisted pair (UTP) Maximum distance 100 m

ATTENTION
GBIC wavelength distance may vary, depending on the quality of ber optic cable used.

There are eight different CWDM GBICs, one for each supported wavelength. "CWDM GBIC model numbers" (page 32) lists the CWDM GBICs and corresponding multiplexers by wavelength and color code. Color matching simplies the CWDM GBICs-multiplexer connection.
CWDM GBIC model numbers CWDM GBIC (Wavelength (nm/color code, connector type) 1470/Gray (SC Type) 1490/Violet (SC Type) AA1419018-E5 120 km 1510/Blue (SC Type) 1530/Green (SC Type) 1550/Yellow (SC Type) 1570/Orange (SC Type) 1590/Red (SC Type) 1610/Brown (SC Type) AA1419019-E5 120 km AA1419020-E5 120 km AA1419021-E5 120 km AA1419022-E5 120 km AA1419023-E5 120 km AA1419024-E5 120 km AA1402004 AA1402005 AA1402006 AA1402007 AA1402008 AA1402011 AA1402009 AA1402009 AA1402009 Part number CWDM GBIC (cable length) AA1419017-E5 120 km CWDM OADM AA1402002 AA1402003 AA1402009 CWDM OMUX-4 CWDM OMUX-8 AA1402010

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See Installation and Networking Guidelines for Optical Routing, for the following CWDM GBICs information: Determining maximum transmission distance for your point-to-point, mesh ring, or hub and spoke network conguration. Connecting CWDM GBICs to multiplexers.

ATTENTION
Depending on the GBIC manufacture, your GBIC can have various locking/extractor mechanisms as shown in "GBIC extraction tabs and extractor handle" (page 34).

GBIC labeling
The Nortel label on a typical GBIC contains a Nortel serial number, a bar code, a manufacturers code, an interface type, and a part number ("Nortel Networks GBIC label" (page 33)).
Nortel GBIC label

Installing a GBIC
To complete your cabling to a GBIC device, you need to install the GBIC.

CAUTION
GBICs, SFPs, and XFPs are keyed to prevent incorrect insertion. If the GBIC, SFP or XFP, resists pressure, do not force it; turn it over, and reinsert it.

Step 1 2 3

Action Remove the GBIC from its protective packaging. Verify that the GBIC is the correct model for your network conguration. See "GBIC models" (page 31). Grasp the GBIC between your thumb and forenger.

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Insert the GBIC into the slot on the front panel of the Gigabit Ethernet switching module ("Inserting the GBIC into the switching module" (page 34)).
Inserting the GBIC into the switching module

Remove the dust cover from the GBICs optical bores.

ATTENTION
If you are installing a CWDM GBIC, see Installation and Networking Guidelines for Optical Routing, for instructions about connecting a CWDM GBIC to a multiplexer.

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Removing a GBIC
You may need to remove a GBIC for a wide variety of purposes. Step 1 2 Action Disconnect the network ber cable from the GBIC connector. Depending on your GBIC model, either grasp the extraction tabs ("GBIC extraction tabs and extractor handle " (page 34)) located on either side of the GBIC with your thumb and forenger, or lift the extractor handle attached to the GBIC.
GBIC extraction tabs and extractor handle

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Slide the GBIC out of the Gigabit Ethernet module slot. If the GBIC does not slide easily from the module slot, use a gentle side-to-side rocking motion while rmly pulling the GBIC from the slot. Attach a dust cover over the ber optic bores and store the GBIC in a safe place until needed.

ATTENTION
If you are discarding the GBIC, be sure to dispose of the GBIC according to all national laws and regulations.

ATTENTION
When you contact a Nortel service representative for troubleshooting purposes, you must have the following information available:

Nortel serial number Manufacturers code Interface type GBIC part number

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GBIC specications
This section provides technical specications for the supported GBIC models and includes the following topics:

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GBIC physical specications


This section describes general GBIC specications ("GBIC specications" (page 36)).
GBIC specications Specification Dimensions (H x W x D) Descriptions 0.39 x 1.18 x 2.56 inches (1 x 3 x 6.5 cm)

Connectors

Multimode fiber optic: SC Single-mode fiber optic: SC RJ-45

GBIC ports for both multi-mode and single-mode ber have SC-type connectors and a minimum cable distance of 6.5 feet (2 m).

1000BASE-SX specications
The Model 1000BASE-SX GBIC provides 1000BASE-SX (850 nm, short wavelength, Gigabit Ethernet) connectivity using SC duplex multimode ber connectors. The Model 1000BASE-SX GBIC supports full-duplex operation only. "1000BASE-SX specications" (page 36) describes standards, connectors, cabling, and distance for the Model 1000BASE-SX GBIC.
1000BASE-SX specications Type Standards Specifications Conforms to the following standards: Connectors Cabling 802.3z, 1000BASE-SX

Duplex SC fiber optic connector 62.5 m MMF optic cable 50 m MMF optic cable 902 ft. (275 m) using 62.5 m MMF optic cable 1804 ft. (550 m) using 50 m MMF optic cable

Distance

Wavelength Optical budget

850 nm 7 dB

Laser transmitter characteristics Minimum launch power -10 dBm

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Type Maximum launch power

Specifications -4 dBm

Receiver characteristics Minimum receiver sensitivity Maximum input power -17 dBm 0 dBm

1000BASE-LX specications
The Model 1000BASE-LX GBIC provides 1000BASE-LX (1310 nm, wavelength, Gigabit Ethernet) connectivity using SC duplex ber connectors. The long wavelength optical transceivers used in the LX model provide variable distance ranges using both multimode and single-mode ber optic cabling. The Model 1000BASE-LX GBIC supports full-duplex operation only. "1000BASE-LX specications" (page 37) describes standards, connectors, cabling, and distance for the Model 1000BASE-LX GBIC.
1000BASE-LX specications Type Standards Specifications Conforms to the following standards: Connectors Cabling 802.3z, 1000BASE-LX

Duplex SC fiber optic connector 62.5 m MMF optic cable 50 m MMF optic cable 10 m SMF optic cable 1804 ft. (550 m) using 62.5 m MMF optic cable 1804 ft. (550 m) using 50 m MMF optic cable up to 32 808 ft. (10 km) using 10 m SMF optic cable

Distance

Wavelength Optical budget

1310 nm 10.5 dB

Laser transmitter characteristics Minimum launch power Maximum launch power -9.5 dBm -3 dBm

Receiver characteristics

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Type Minimum receiver sensitivity Maximum input power

Specifications -20 dBm -3 dBm

ATTENTION
When multimode ber is used in long-distance applications, external, removable, mode-conditioning patch cords may be required to prevent differential mode delay (DMD). You can order mode conditioning patch cords through Nortel:

SC-SC Mode-Conditioning Patch Cord 62.5/125 (part number AA0018035) SC-SC Mode-Conditioning Patch Cord 50/125 (part number AA0018036)

1000BASE-XD specications
The Model 1000BASE-XD GBIC provides Gigabit Ethernet connectivity using SC duplex single-mode ber connectors. High-performance optical transceivers enable Gigabit Ethernet link distances up to 50 kilometers (km) over single-mode ber. The ports operate in full-duplex mode only. "1000BASE-XD GBIC specications" (page 38) describes standards, connectors, cabling, and distance for the Model 1000BASE-XD GBIC.
1000BASE-XD GBIC specications Type Standards Specifications Conforms to the following standards: Connectors Cabling Distance Optical budget 802.3z, Ethernet full duplex

Duplex SC single-mode fiber optic connector Single-mode fiber optic cable Up to 50 km using single-mode fiber cable, depending on the quality of the fiber 17 dB 1550 10 nm 0.2 nm 0 dBm or 1.0 mW -5 dBm or 0.3 mW 50 km

Laser transmitter characteristics Wavelength Maximum spectral width Maximum launch power Minimum launch power into fiber Distance

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Type Receiver characteristics Wavelength Minimum receiver sensitivity Maximum input power

Specifications 1200 to 1620 nm -22 dBm -3 dBm

Nortel recommends that you use an in-line attenuator for shorter link distances to avoid overloading the receiver.

1000BASE-ZX specications
The Model 1000BASE-ZX GBIC provides Gigabit Ethernet connectivity using SC duplex single-mode ber connectors. High-performance optical transceivers enable Gigabit Ethernet link distances up to 70 km over single-mode ber cable. The ports operate in full-duplex mode only. "1000BASE-ZX GBIC specications" (page 39) describes standards, connectors, cabling, and distance for the Model 1000BASE-ZX GBIC.
1000BASE-ZX GBIC specications Type Standards Specifications Conforms to the following standards: 802.3z, Ethernet full duplex Connectors Cabling Distance Optical Budget SC duplex single-mode fiber optic connector Single-mode fiber optic cable Up to 70 km using single-mode fiber optic cable, depending on the quality of the fiber 22 dB 1550 10 nm 0.2 nm 5 dBm or 3.0 mW 0 dBm 70 km 1200 nm to 1620 nm

Laser transmitter characteristics Wavelength Maximum spectral width Maximum launch power Minimum launch power Distance

Receiver characteristics Wavelength

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Type Minimum receiver sensitivity Maximum input power

Specifications -22 dBm -3 dBm

CAUTION
When shorter lengths of single-mode ber cable are used, there is a risk of overloading the receiver. It may be necessary to insert an in-line optical attenuator in the link to prevent overloading, as follows:

Insert a 10 dB in-line optical attenuator between the ber optic cable plant and the receiving port on the 1000BASE-ZX GBIC, at each end of the link, if the ber optic cable span is less than 25 km. Insert a 5 dB in-line optical attenuator between the ber optic cable plant and the receiving port on the 1000BASE-ZX GBIC, at each end of the link, if the ber optic cable span is less than 50 km.

1000BASE-T specications
The Model 1000BASE-T GBIC provides Gigabit Ethernet connectivity using a single eight-pin RJ-45 connector. The 1000BASE-T Model GBIC operates at 1000 Mb/s (1 Gb/s) and does not support 100BASE-T and 10BASE-T interfaces.

ATTENTION
You must disable autonegotiation before operating the 1000BASE-T GBIC. By default, GBICs inserted into certain product-specic modules are set for Autonegotiation = "True." If autonegotiation does not work initially, Nortel recommends reconguring to use a x-speed setting of 1000 Mb/s, full-duplex, on both sides.

The maximum power requirements of the GBIC is 375 mA at 5V.

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"1000BASE-T GBIC specications" (page 41) describes the 1000BASE-T GBIC specications.
1000BASE-T GBIC specications Type Standards Specifications Conforms to the following standards: Connectors Cabling Distance 802.3z, 802.3ab

RJ-45 Category 5 copper cabling Up to 100 m

CWDM GBIC specications


This section provides technical specications for the supported CWDM GBIC models.

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CWDM GBIC physical specications


"CWDM general specications" (page 41) describes general CWDM GBIC specications.
CWDM general specications Item Physical dimensions Connectors Cabling Data rate Specification 0.39 x 1.18 x 2.56 inches (1 x 3 x 6.5 cm) single mode fiber optic SC SMF, 9 m Minimum Maximum Total System Budget @ 1.25 Gbit/s BER < 10-9 w/PRBS 27-1 Data format Operating temperature (case temperature) 0.125 Gbit/s 1.25 Gbit/s

30 dB Total system budget is defined as Pout - Pin - typical connector losses. 8 B/10 B Minimum Maximum 0C 70C

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Item Storage temperature

Specification Minimum Maximum -10C 85C

Maximum distance

100 km Given 30 dB loss budget and 0.25 dB/km fiber loss, up to 100 km in transmission distance is supported with no intermediate multiplexer.

CWDM optical specications


"Optical characteristics" (page 42) describes CWDM GBIC optical characteristics.
Optical characteristics Item Transmitter center wavelength (nm) Over 0 to 70C case temperaturea Transmitter center wavelength (nm) Over 0 to 60C case temperaturea Wavelength temperature dependence Sidemode suppression ratio Transmitter optical output power Average power coupled into single mode fiber Transmitter extinction ratio Transmitter eye opening Conforms with IEEE 802.3 and Fibre Channel Eye Masks Optical return loss Optical input wavelength Receiver optical input power (BER< 10-9 w/PRBS 27-1) At 1.25 Gb/s, 60C case temperature. ORL
in

Symbol
c

Min. (x-4)

Typical (x+1)

Max (x+7)

(x-4)

(x+1)

(x+6)

0.08nm/  C SMSR Pout 30 dB +2.0 dBm +6.0 dBm

OMI

9 dB 60%

14 dB 1450 nm -30 dBm 1620 nm -7 dBm

Pin

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Item Receiver optical input power (BER < 10-9 w/PRBS 27-1) At 1.25 Gb/s, 70C case temperature. Dispersion penalty at 60 km Dispersion penalty at 100 km

Symbol Pin

Min. -28 dBm

Typical

Max -7 dBm

2.0 dB 3.0 dB

a. Center wavelength "x" is 1470, 1490, 1510, 1530, 1550, 1570, 1590, or 1610 nm.

CWDM GBIC electrical power interface specications


"Electrical power interface specications" (page 43) describes the CWDM GBIC electrical power interface specications.
Electrical power interface specications Item Supply current Maximum voltage Surge current Input voltage Symbol Is Vmax Isurge Vcc 4.75 V 5.00 V Min. Typical 250 mA Max 300 mA 6V 350 mA 5.25 V

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Installing XFPs
This chapter describes how to install XFPs and lists the technical specications for the supported XFP models.

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XFP locking/extractor mechanisms


Depending on the XFP manufacturer, your XFP can have various types of locking/extractor mechanisms. "SFP and XFP locking/extractor mechanism" (page 46) shows one version; other locking/extractor mechanisms exist, although not shown here.

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XFP labeling
The Nortel label on a typical XFP ("Nortel Networks XFP label" (page 46)) contains a Nortel serial number, a bar code, a manufacturers code, an interface type, and a part number.
Nortel XFP label

XFP models
XFPs are hot-swappable input/output enhancement components designed for use with Nortel products to allow 10 Gigabit Ethernet ports to link with other 10 Gigabit Ethernet ports over various media types. Digital diagnostic monitoring (DDM) allows real-time access to device operating parameters. All XFPs come with DDM capability.

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Any DDI component can be used in any Metro Ethernet Services Unit 1800 or 1850 device or Metro Ethernet Routing Switch 8600 module that supports XFPs. The optical functions of the XFP are supported. Access to the actual DDI information is only provided on the Metro ESU 1850 Metro Ethernet Routing Switch 8600 modules 8630 and 8683

Access to DDI information is not supported for the Metro ESU 1800 Metro Ethernet Routing Switch 8600 module 8668

"10GBASE XFP models " (page 47) lists and describes the Nortel XFP models.
10GBASE XFP models Model number (connector type) 10GBASE-SR (LC TYPE) Product number AA1403005-E5 Description (wavelength, range) XFP DDM transceiver 850 nm The range is up to: 10GBASE-LR/LW (LC TYPE) 10GBASE-ER/EW (LC TYPE) 10GBASE-ZR/ZW (LC TYPE) AA1403001-E5 AA1403003-E5 AA1403006-E5 22 m at 62.5 m/160 MHz-km MMF 33 m at 62.5 m/200 MHz-km MMF 66 m at 62.5 m/500 MHz-km MMF 82 m at 50 m/500 MHz-km MMF 300 m at 50 m/2000 MHz-km MMF

XFP DDM transceiver 1310 nm The range is 10 km with SMF. XFP DDM transceiver 1550 nm The range is 40 km. XFP DDM transceiver 1550 nm The range is 80 km.

ATTENTION
The user can congure either LAN or WAN mode depending on the line card (8683XLR is a LAN-only module. 8683XZR is a LAN/ WAN module). Model numbers ending in R denote a LAN interface; model numbers ending in W denote a WAN interface.

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ATTENTION
For Release 4.1, Nortel recommends installing only one 10GBase-ZR/ZW due to cooling limitations on the 8683XLR and XZR. Nortel further recommends the installation of the XFP only in Port 1. A 10GBase-SR, -LR/LW, or ER/EW can be installed in one or both of the remaining ports.

Installation
This section describes how to install and remove GBICs, SFPs, and XFPs.

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Installing an XFP
You will need to install an XFP to complete your cabling to an XFP device CWDM SFPs are installed similar to the LC type SFPs.

CAUTION
GBICs, XFPs, and SFPs are keyed to prevent incorrect insertion. If the GBIC, XFP, or SFP resists pressure, do not force it; turn it over, and reinsert it.

Step 1 2

Action Remove the XFP from its protective packaging. Verify that the XFP is the correct model for your network conguration ("1000BASE-SFP models" (page 15) and "Nortel Networks CWDM SFP transceiver list" (page 16)). Grasp the XFP between your thumb and forenger. Insert the XFP into the XFP slot on the module (see "Inserting an SFP or XFP" (page 49)). Apply a light pressure to the XFP until the device clicks and locks into position in the module.

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Remove the dust cover from the XFP optical bores. End

Removing an XFP
You may need to remove an XFP for a wide variety of purposes. CWDM SFP removal steps are similar to removal steps of any other LC type SFP. Step 1 2 Action Disconnect the network ber cable from the XFP connector. Depending on your XFP model, press the locking/extractor mechanism on the XFP to release the XFP ("Removing an SFP or XFP" (page 50)).

ATTENTION
Your XFP locking/extractor mechanism may be different than the models shown.

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Slide the XFP out of the module XFP slot. If the XFP does not slide easily from the module slot, use a gentle side-to-side rocking motion while rmly pulling the XFP from the slot. Attach a dust cover over the ber optic bores and store the XFP in a safe place until needed.

ATTENTION
If you are discarding the XFP, be sure to dispose of the XFP according to all national laws and regulations.

Replace the port dust cover or EMI plug in the module. End

XFP specications
This section provides technical specications for the supported XFP models.

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"XFP physical specications" (page 51) "10GBASE-SR specications" (page 51) "10GBASE-LR specications" (page 53) "10GBASE-ER specications" (page 55) "10GBASE-ZR/ZW specications" (page 57)

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XFP physical specications


"10GBASE-SR,10GBASE-LR, and 10GBASE-ER specications" (page 51) describes general 10GBASE-SR, 10GBASE-LR/LW, 10GBASE-ER/EW, and 10GBASE-ZR/ZW specications.
10GBASE-SR, 10GBASE-LR/LW, 10GBASE-ER/EW, and 10GBASE-ZR/ZW specications Specification Dimensions (H x W x D) Descriptions 0.49 x 0.72 x 2.79 inches (12.5 x 18.35 x 71.1 mm) Connectors Standard LC-UPC optical connectors

10GBASE-SR specications
"10GBASE-SR XFP transmit specications" (page 51) lists the transmit specications for the 10GBASE-SR XFP.
10GBASE-SR XFP transmit specications Item Signaling speed (nominal) Signaling speed variation from nominal (max) Center wavelength (range) RMS spectral widtha (max) Average launch power (max) Average launch power (min)d Launch power (min) in OMA Average launch power of OFF transmitter (emax) Extinction ratio (min) RIN12OMA (max) Optical Return Loss Tolerance (max) Encircled flux Transmitter eye mask definition (X1, X2, X3, Y1, Y2, Y3) Specification 10.3125 GBd + or - 100 ppm 840 to 860 nm See footnote See footnote -7.3 dBm See footnoteb -30 dBm 3 dB -128 dB/Hz 12 dB See footnotef (0.25,0.40,0.45,0.25,0.28,0.40)
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Item Transmitter and dispersion penaltyg (max)

Specification 3.9 dB

a. RMS spectral width is the standard deviation of the spectrum. b. Trade-offs are available between spectral width, center wavelength, and minimum optical modulation amplitude c. The 10GBASE-S launch power is the lesser of the class 1 safety limit or the average receive power (max) (see "10GBASE-SR XFP receive specifications" (page 52)). d. Average launch power (min) is informative and not the principal indicator of signal strength. A transmitter with launch power below this value cannot be compliant, however, a value above this does not ensure compliance. e. Examples of an OFF transmitter are: no power supplied to the PMD, laser shutdown for safety conditions, activation of a PMD_global_transmit_disable, or other optional transmitter shut down conditions. f. The encircled flux at 19 m must be greater than or equal to 86% and the encircled flux at 4.5 m must be less than or equal to 30% when measured into Type Ala (50/125 m multimode) fiber per ANSI/TIA/EIA-445-203-2001. g. TDP (max) and OMA (min) are at the respective wavelength and spectral width.

"10GBASE-SR XFP receive specications" (page 52) lists the receive specications for the 10GBASE-SR XFP.
10GBASE-SR XFP receive specications Item Signaling speed (nominal) Signaling speed variation from nominal (max) Center wavelength (range) Average receive power a(max) Average receive powerb (min) Receiver sensitivity (max) in OMAc Receiver reflectance (max) Stressed receiver sensitivity in OMAd e(max) Vertical eye closure penaltyf (min) Stressed eye jitterg (min) Specification 10.3125 GBd + or - 100 ppm 840 to 860 nm -1.0 dBm -9.9 dBm 0.077 (-11.1) mW (dBm) -12 dB 0.18 (-7.5) mW (dBm) 3.5 dB 0.3 UI pk-pk

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Item Receive electrical 3 dB upper cutoff frequency (max)

Specification 12.3 GHz

a. The receiver must be able to tolerate, without damage, continuous exposure to an optical input signal having a power level equal to the Average receive power (max) plus at least 1 dB. b. Average receive power (min) is informative and not the principal indicator of signal strength. A received power below this value cannot be compliant, however, a value above this does not ensure compliance. c. Receiver sensitivity is informative. d. Measured with conformance test signal at TP3 for BER = 10 -12. e. The stressed sensitivity values are for system level BER measurements which include the effects of CDR circuits. Nortel recommends that you allocate at least 0.4 dB additional margin if you make component level measurements without the effect of CDR circuits. f. Vertical eye closure penalty is a test condition for measuring stressed receiver sensitivity. It is not a required characteristic of the receiver. g. Stressed eye jitter is a test condition for measuring stressed receiver sensitivity. It is not a required characteristic of the receiver.

10GBASE-LR/LW specications
"10GBASE-LR XFP transmit specications" (page 53) lists the transmit specications for the 10GBASE-LR/LW XFP.
10GBASE-LR/LW XFP transmit specications Item Signaling speed (nominal) Signaling speed variation from nominal (max) Specification 10GBASE-LR 10.3125 GBd, 10GBASE-LW 9.95328 GBd + or -100 ppm for 10BASE-LR, + or -20 ppm for 10GBASE-LW 1260 to 1355 nm 30 dB 0.5 dBm -8.2 dBm -6.2 dBm -5.2 dBm

Center wavelength (range) Side Mode Suppression Ratio (minimum) Average launch power (max) Average launch powera (min) Launch power (min) in OMA minus transmission and dispersion penalty (TDP) Optical Modulation Amplitude b(min)

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Item Average launch power of OFF (max) Extinction ratio (min) RIN12OMA (max) Optical Return Loss Tolerance (max) Transmitter Reflectanced (max) Transmitter eye mask definition {X1, X2, X3, Y1, Y2, Y3} transmitterc

Specification -30 dBm 3.5 dB -128 dB/Hz 12 dB -12 dB {0.25, 0.40, 0.45, 0.25, 0.28, 0.40}

a. Average launch power (min) is informative and not the principal indicator of signal strength. A transmitter with launch power below this value cannot be compliant, however, a value above this does not ensure compliance. b. Even if the TDP < 1 db, the OMA (min) must exceed this value. c. Examples of an OFF transmitter are: no power supplied to the PDM, laser shutdown for safety conditions, activation of a PMD_global_transmit_disable or other optional transmitter shut down conditions. d. Transmitter reflectance is defined looking into the transmitter.

"10GBASE-LR XFP receive specications" (page 54) lists the receive specications for the 10GBASE-LR/LW XFP.
10GBASE-LR/LW XFP receive specications Item Signaling speed (nominal) Signaling speed variation from nominal (max) Center wavelength (range) Average receive powera (max) Average receive power b(min) Receiver sensitivity (max) in OMAc Receiver reflectance (max) Stressed receiver sensitivity in OMA d e Vertical eye closure penaltyf (min) Stressed eye jitter g(min) Specification 10GBASE-LR 10.3125 GBd, 10GBASE-LW 9.95328 GBd + or - 100 ppm for both 1260 to 1355 nm 0.5 dBm -14.4 dBm 0.055 (-12.6) mW (dBm) -12 dB 0.093 (-10.3) mW (dBm) 2.2 dB 0.3 UI pk-pk

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Item Receive electrical 3 dB upper cutoff frequency (max)

Specification 12.3 GHz

a. The receiver must be able to tolerate continuous exposure to an optical input signal having a power level equal to the Average receive power (max) plus at least 1 dB. b. Average receive power (min) is informative and not the principal indicator of signal strength. A received power below this value cannot be compliant, however, a value above this does not ensure compliance. c. Receiver sensitivity is informative. d. Measured with conformance test signal at TP3 for BER = 10-12 e. The stressed sensitivity values are for system level BER measurements which include the effects of CDR circuits. Nortel recommends that you allocate at least 0.4 dB additional margin if you make component level measurements without the effect of CDR circuits. f. Vertical eye closure penalty is a test condition for measuring stressed receiver sensitivity. It is not a required characteristic of the receiver. g. Stressed eye jitter is a test condition for measuring stressed receiver sensitivity. It is not a required characteristic of the receiver.

10GBASE-ER/EW specications
"10GBASE-ER XFP transmit specications" (page 55) lists the transmit specications for the 10GBASE-ER/EW XFP.
10GBASE-ER/EW XFP transmit specications Item Signaling speed (nominal) Signaling speed variation from nominal (max) Specification 10GBASE-ER 10.3125 GBd, 10GBASE-EW 9.95328 GBd + or -100 ppm for 10BASE-ER, + or -20 ppm for 10GBASE-EW 1530 to 1565 nm 30 dB 4.0 dBm -4.7 dBm -2.1 dBm -1.7 dBm -30 dBm

Center wavelength (range) Side Mode Suppression Ratio (minimum) Average launch power (max) Average launch powera (min) Launch power (min) in OMA minus transmission and dispersion penalty (TDP) Optical Modulation Amplitude b(min) Average launch power of OFF transmitterc (max)

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Item Transmitter and dispersion penalty (max) Extinction ratio (min) RIN12OMA (max)d Optical Return Loss Tolerance (max) Transmitter eye mask definition {X1, X2, X3, Y1, Y2, Y3}

Specification 3.0 dB 3 dB -128 dB/Hz 21 dB {0.25,0.40,0.45,0.25,0.28,0.4 0}

a. Average launch power (min) is informative and not the principal indicator of signal strength. A transmitter with launch power below this value cannot be compliant, however, a value above this does not ensure compliance. b. Even if the TDP < 1 db, the OMA (min) must exceed this value. c. Examples of an OFF transmitter are: no power supplied to the PDM, laser shutdown for safety conditions, activation of a PMD_global_transmit_disable or other optional transmitter shut down conditions. d. Relative intensity noise (RIN) measurement is made with a return loss at 21 dB.

"10GBASE-ER XFP receive specications" (page 56) lists the receive specications for the 10GBASE-ER/EW XFP.
10GBASE-ER/EW XFP receive specications Item Signaling speed (nominal)10GBASE-ER 10.3125 GBd, 10GBASE-EW 9.95328 GBd Signaling speed variation from nominal (max) Center wavelength (range) Average receive power (max) Average receive power a(min) Maximum receive power (for damage) Receiver sensitivity (max) in OMAb Receiver reflectance (max) Stressed receiver sensitivity in OMA c d Vertical eye closure penaltye (min) Specification 10.3125 GBd

+ or - 100 ppm for both 1530 to 1565 nm -1.0 dBm -15.8 dBm 4.0 dBm 0.039 (-14.1) mW (dBm) -26 dB 0.074 (-11.3) mW (dBm) 2.7 dB

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Item Stressed eye jitter


f(min)

Specification 0.3 UI pk-pk 12.3 GHz

Receive electrical 3 dB upper cutoff frequency (max)

a. Average receive power (min) is informative and not the principal indicator of signal strength. A received power below this value cannot be compliant, however, a value above this does not ensure compliance. b. Receiver sensitivity is informative. c. Measured with conformance test signal at TP3 for BER = 10-12 d. The stressed sensitivity values are for system level BER measurements which include the effects of CDR circuits. Nortel recommends that you allocate at least 0.4 dB additional margin if you make component level measurements without the effect of CDR circuits. e. Vertical eye closure penalty is a test condition for measuring stressed receiver sensitivity. It is not a required characteristic of the receiver. f Stressed eye jitter is a test condition for measuring stressed receiver sensitivity. It is not a required characteristic of the receiver.

10GBASE-ZR/ZW specications
The following table lists the transmit specications for the 10GBASE-ZR/ZW XFP.
10GBASE-ZR/ZW XFP transmit specications Item Signaling speed (nominal) Signaling speed variation from nominal (max) Specification 10GBASE-ZR 10.3125 GBd, 10GBASE-ZW 9.95328 GBd + or -100 ppm for 10BASE-ZR, + or -20 ppm for 10GBASE-ZW 1530 to 1565 nm 30 dB 4.0 dBm 0 dBm 1.25 dBm (ZR = 7 dBm) Compliant to -30 dBm 3.0 dB min 3.5 db EOL, max 7.0db SOL -128 dB/Hz

Center wavelength (range) Side Mode Suppression Ratio (minimum) Average launch power (max) Average launch powera (min)

Optical Modulation Amplitude b(min) Average launch power of OFF transmitterc (max) Transmitter and dispersion penalty (max) Extinction ratio (min) RIN12OMA (max)d

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Item Optical Return Loss Tolerance (max) Transmitter reflectance (max) Transmitter eye mask definition {X1, X2, X3, Y1, Y2, Y3}

Specification 26 dB -12 dB {0.25,0.40,0.45,0.25,0.28,0.4 0}

a. Average launch power (min) is informative and not the principal indicator of signal strength. A transmitter with launch power below this value cannot be compliant, however, a value above this does not ensure compliance. b. Even if the TDP < 1 db, the OMA (min) must exceed this value. c. Examples of an OFF transmitter are: no power supplied to the PDM, laser shutdown for safety conditions, activation of a PMD_global_transmit_disable or other optional transmitter shut down conditions. d. Relative intensity noise (RIN) measurement is made with a return loss at 21 dB.

The following table lists the receive specications for the 10GBASE-ZR/ZW XFP.
10GBASE-ZR/ZW XFP receive specications Item Signaling speed (nominal) Signaling speed variation from nominal (max) Center wavelength (range) Average receive power (max) Average receive power a(min) Maximum receive power (for damage) Receiver sensitivity (max) in OMAb Receiver reflectance (max) Receive electrical 3 dB upper cutoff frequency Specification 10GBASE-ZR 10.3125 GBd, 10GBASE-ZW 9.95328 GBd + or - 100 ppm for both 1530 to 1565 nm -27 dBm -24 dBm 5.0 dBm -24 dBm (min) -7 dBm (max) -27 dB 9.3 GHz BW

a. Average receive power (min) is informative and not the principal indicator of signal strength. A received power below this value cannot be compliant, however, a value above this does not ensure compliance. b. Receiver sensitivity is informative.

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