Pulse introduces line of SFP connectors and cages for networking

Sept. 13, 2006
September 13, 2006, San Diego, CA--Pulse is introducting a line of small form factor pluggable (SFP) connectors and cages for use in Ethernet networking applications such as blade servers, routers, and add/drop multiplexers.

September 13, 2006, San Diego, CA--Pulse is introducting a line of small form factor pluggable (SFP) connectors and cages for use in Ethernet networking applications such as blade servers, routers, and add/drop multiplexers. The SFP cages are uniquely constructed so as not to deform during press fitting and are available in through-hole or press-fit configurations. The E81 SFP series is versatile and can handle optical transceiver links as well as transceivers configured to operate as traditional copper RJ45 connectors, enabling the series to be configured to each company's internal networking requirements for balancing load and bandwidth.

The cages handle speeds up to 5 gigabits and improve connectivity in high-density printed circuit board (PCB) environments. They reduce the operating temperature of the transceiver, prevent the transceiver from emitting electromagnetic interference (EMI), and provide mechanical stability. The connector allows easy plug-in of the transceiver. The cage is made of copper alloy with nickel plating which prevents oxidation. Holes in the cage allow air circulation and heat transfer, ensuring that the transceiver temperature stays at less than 70 degrees Celsius.

For more information, contact Pulse.

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