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Reflex Gives SNAP12 a Boost

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MONTREAL -- Reflex Photonics, a leading supplier of Optical components and modules for communications, industrial and military applications, today announced its new SNAP12 120Gbps and POP4 product with industrial temperature version (-40 to +85°C).

Reflex Photonics now offers 100% MSA compatible SNAP12 and POP4 with speeds from 2 to 10Gbps/channel in commercial and industrial operating temperature version. Save cost and time of requalifying your products with PPOD. Reflex enhanced SNAP12 achieves the same performance as PPOD using only 1W for operation from -40C to +85C.

The new SNAP12 and POP4 deliver error free operation over 100m of OM3 cable with the latest lower power electronics and VCSEL technology.

Performances summary

  • 2 to 10 Gbps / Channels
  • 0 to 70C or -40 to +85C
  • 1 W nominal power required
  • BER – better than e-12
  • SNAP12 MSA compatible

    Reflex Photonics VP of Product Management, Gerald Persaud states “we will supply SNAP12 and POP4 for many years to support the large installed base of products relying on SNAP12. As well, we are proud to launch the unique industrial temperature SNAP12 with improved 120G performance”.

    Reflex Photonics Inc.

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