The FiberPlex SFX-1DD Data Diode, with 1-gigabit optics, features a data diode functionality which means that the modules transmit data in one direction only without the possibility for a return path. There is only one optical opening to connect a single fiber. The SFX-SC92DT-3100-A is a member of the SFX-1DD product line.
The SFX-1DD modules are high performance, cyber secure modules supporting a host of data rates and distances.
Patton's FiberPlex Cyber-SFP Modules are compatible with the small form-factor pluggable (SFP) multi-source agreement (MSA). They are RoHS compliant and lead-free.
These optical modules are designed for digital data applications, and are not recommended for digital video applications due to SMPTE encoding that may cause pathological signal errors. For video applications, see our line of video optimized SFP modules.
SFP MSA Compliance
The SFP multi-source agreement (MSA) is an agreement that was drafted among competing manufacturers of SFP optical modules. The SFF Committee was formed to oversee the creation and maintenance of these agreements including the SFP MSA designated as INF-8074i. This agreement describes a mutually agreed upon standard for the form and function of SFP modules. However, not all SFPs produced are MSA compliant. The MSA provides for a transceiver (TX/RX) pinout. FiberPlex Technologies Data SFPs are fully compliant with SFF-8074i. The pinout for these SFPs can be seen in the table below.
|Pin||Transceiver / BiDi (MSA)|
- ESD to the Electrical Pins: compatible with MIL-STD-883 Method 3015
- ESD to the Duplex LC Receptacle: compatible with IEC 61000-4-2
- EMI compatible with FCC Part 15 Class B EN55022 Class B (CISPR 22B) VCCI Class B
- Immunity compatible with IEC 61000-4-3
- Laser Eye Safety compatible with FDA 21CFR 1040.10 and 1040.11 EN60950, EN (IEC) 60825-1,2
- RoHs compliant with 2002/95/EC 4.1&4.2 2005/747/EC
A Large Selection of Optics?
The FiberPlex line of SFP Modules supports a host of data rates, wavelengths (λ) and power configurations providing maximum flexibility. The SFPs simultaneously support various SONET, synchronous digital hierarchy (SDH) and IEEE Ethernet standards. The table below lists many of the popular options and the corresponding Patton SFP part number.
|Two Fiber Optical Transceiver Modules|
|SONET/SDH/IEEE||Fiber Type||λ (nm)||Transmitter Power (dBm)||Receiver Sensitivity (dBm)||TX Jitter
|Max Distance @
Max Data Rate
|SFX-MC24DT-3100-2||TX||1.25 Gbps||OC24/Fibre Channel/GbE||Singlemode||1310||-9||-3||–||200 ps||10 km|
|SFX-MC92DT-8500-0||TX||10 Gbps||OC192/10G Ethernet||Singlemode||1310||-8.2||+0.5||–||200 ps||10 km|