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SUN Telecom::GE8100R-DC GEPON FTTx Optical Line Terminal, 48V DC

[SUN-GE8100R-DC]
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SUN GE8100R is a perfec solution for small FTTx deployments. The Optical Line Terminal GE8100R is a small 1-port GEPON headend which can supports up to 64 ONUs over single multimode fiber. The total bandwith of the GEPON interface is 1Gbps which is enough for typical triple-play implementation. SUN GE8100R is eqiped with single 10/100/1000Mbps RJ-45 Ethernet uplink. The OLT performs most of the typical switch technologies like 802.1q vlan tagging or IGMP snooping wchich makes it perfect for IPTV deployments.
SUN GE8100R GEPON OLT
Product highlights:
  • single 1Gbps optical GEPON interface (built-in)
  • single 10/100/1000Mbps electrical Ethernet uplink interface
  • out-of-band management - dedicated 10/100Mbps management port
  • graphical SNMP-based Network Management System
  • up to 20km of coverage (1:32 split)
  • maximum split ratio 1:64
Produc specification:
GEPON interface
Optical power (dBm) +2 +7
Sensitivity (dBm) -27
Wavelength (nm) 1310(RX)/1490(TX)
Maximum transmision distance 20km
Maximum split ratio 1:64
EPON features IEEE802.3ah support
DBA support
auto-discovery and auto-registration of the ONU
System specification
Supported protocols IEEE802.3, IEEE802.3u, IEEE802.3ab
802.1q Vlan tagging
802.1p
802.1d
Management Out-of-band, SNMP-based NMS
Multicast IGMPv1,v2 Snooping
Power supply 48V DC
Maximum power consumption 20W
Operating Temp. (°C) -10 +55
Storage Temp. (°C) -40 +70
Storage Humidity 5% 90% non-condensing
Dimensions (mm) 483(W) x 203(D) x 44(H)
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This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 27 December, 2011.