ATX Networks
HFC Optical Access Network

OS, Optical Switch

The TranScend optical switch facilitates automatic and cost-effective network backup and redundancy, increasing plant reliability by providing for a self-healing network. ATX’s optical switch reduces system costs by eliminating backup transmitters. It also increases system reliability and reduces downtime with automatic switching.

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  • 4 modules in a single 1RU TranScend chassis
  • Hardened version available (-20 to +75 degrees C)
  • 1550nm and 1310nm operation
  • Direction insensitive
  • SNMP remote monitoring
  • Wide optical input range of -10 to +15 dBm
  • Each optical switch has 2 optical inputs and a single optical output, and can be operated as a 1×2 or a 2×1 optical switch
  • Internal detector measures the input optical level and switches when the optical level drops below the user defined threshold
  • Applications: network backup, route diversity, and redundant rings

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