UnitekFiber high-speed cable (DAC) is exterminated with a QSFP+ connector on one end, and four 10G SFP+ connectors on the other end to connect 40G devices and 10G devices, suitable for 10G and 40G network connections.
3X Port Density over SFP / SFP+
Optimized NEXT & Return Loss
Low cost and low power solution compared to fiber optical cable
Compliant with Q SFP+ MSA and SFF-8436
Compliant with IEEE 802.3ba/ Infiniband QDR specifications
Enhanced EMI/EMC performance
Supports serial ID functionality thru EEPROM
Passive cable assembly supports distances up to 7 meters
30AWG to 24AWG cable sizes available
RoHS compliant and Halogen-Free option available
Switches / Routers / HBAs/SAN, NIC cards
Server & Storage Devices
Data Center Networking
High Performance Compute
Cisco, Juniper, H3C, Huawei, Alcatel, Allied Telesis, Zyxel, Brocade, Mikrotik, Extreme, Blade, D-linnk Netgear, Finisar, ZTE, Linksys, SMC, Ruijie, Avaya, 3com, Enterasys, Redeback, Planet etc.
A Direct Attach Copper cable or a DAC cable is a Twinax copper cable that connects directly the ports (or line cards) within active equipment, such as switches, routers, servers or data storage devices, in a data network.
1) Less Power Consumption.
2) Lower Price.
3) Simpler Deployment.
4) Convenient for installers.
High-speed cables are mainly used for transmission in data center cabinets. Because high-speed cables do not use expensive optical components and optical fibers as components, the transmission distance is short and the price is low. It is very suitable for the connection of servers and switches in the cabinet.
Yes, the 40G AOC/DAC cable has a QSFP+ to 4*SFP+ branch cable. Using this specification cable, the 40G port and the 10G port can be interconnected.
The longest transmission distance of copper cable DAC is 7M.
The transmission medium of DAC is copper cable.
Very good service and quality.
The fiber cable was very easy to pull both indoor & outdoor. It's not stiff, went thru conduits nicely.