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AddOn Twinaxial Network Cable

SKU: QSFP-100G-PDAC4M-I-AO

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          Product Type: Network Cable
          Environmentally Friendly: Yes
          Environmental Certification: RoHS
          Taa Compliant: Yes
          Product Color: Black
          Product Material: PVC
          Brand Name: AddOn
          Manufacturer: AddOn
          Product Name: Twinaxial Network Cable
          Manufacturer Part Number: QSFP-100G-PDAC4M-I-AO
          Manufacturer Website Address: http://www.addoncomputer.com
          Packaged Quantity: 1
          Limited Warranty: Lifetime

          AddOn Twinaxial Network Cable

          This is an MSA compliant 100GBase-CU QSFP28 to QSFP28 direct attach cable that operates over passive copper with a maximum reach of 4m. It has been programmed, uniquely serialized, and data-traffic and application tested to ensure it is 100% compliant and functional. This direct attach cable is TAA (Trade Agreements Act) compliant, and is built to comply with MSA (Multi-Source Agreement) standards. We stand behind the quality of our products and proudly offer a limited lifetime warranty.


          • QSFP28 conforms to the Small Form Factor SFF-8436

          • 4-Channel Full-Duplex Passive Copper Cable Transceiver

          • Support for multi-gigabit data rates: 16Gb/s - 25.78Gb/s

          • (per channel)

          • ? Maximum aggregate data rate: 100Gb/s (4x25.78Gb/s)

          • ? IEEE 802.3bj 100GBase-CR4

          • Copper link length up to 4m

          • Power Supply: +3.3V

          • Low crosstalk

          • I2C based two-wire serial interface for EEPROM signature which can be customized

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