Media Converters Repeaters and Optimizers Datasheet FD Optical Self-Healing Switch Features 1+1 hot stand-by path protection - Point-to-point - Ring Link switchover times of 10 ms or less Protocol independence 1260 nm through 1620 nm wavelength range Maximum insertion loss of 5 dB per link Transparent network operation Overview The Fiber Driver® Optical Self-Healing Switch from MRV (EM316OSSH) makes creating a redundant optical link easier and more affordable than ever before. Designed to provide full path protection for mission critical networks, the module is capable of automatically switching between a primary and secondary (backup) link virtually instantaneously in the event of a fiber cut or transponder failure. As an all optical device performing no optical-electrical-optical (OEO) conversion, the EM316OSSH remains protocol independent. It accepts all wavelengths from 1260 nm to 1620 nm (including the 1310 nm and 1550 nm bands), making it suitable for virtually any application including WDM path protection. The module can provide 1+1 hot stand-by protection in resilient point-to-point or Optical Unidirectional Path Switched Ring (O-UPSR) deployments. Insertion loss is a maximum of 5 dB per pair of EM316OSSH modules. Application #1: Point to Point Redundant Link Primary Link [email protected] Media Converters Repeaters and Optimizers Link switchover of 10 milliseconds or less is controlled by circuitry directly on the module. The switchover occurs so quickly that convergence protocols such as Spanning Tree or OSPF may never be triggered. The event remains transparent to both the network and the end user. The primary and secondary links are continuously monitored. The module can be set to automatically return to the primary link if it fails and then comes back online. In addition to loss of link detection , the EM316OSSH can be set to trigger a switchover based upon a lower optical power threshold of -5, -10, -15, -20, or –30 dBm. If the RX signal strength falls below the set threshold, the module automatically switches to the secondary link. The EM316OSSH may be configured through onboard DIP switch settings or from SNMP, Telnet, and local commands. A Fiber Driver Network Management Module installed in the same chassis paired with the Optical SelfHealing Switch is compatible with MegaVision Pro®, the MRV network management system (NMS), or any SNMPenabled NMS. Management functions include alarm and trap control, primary and secondary path configuration, optical power threshold settings, module status check, and other useful parameters. Contact your MRV Communications representative or visit http://www.mrv.com for additional information on the Fiber Driver Optical Self-Healing Switch . !PPLICATION/50322ING 2EDUNDANT,INK 0RIMARY,INK 0RIMARY,INK 2EDUNDANT,INK Physical Specifications Operating Temperature Range 00C to 600C (320F to 1400F) Storage Temperature -400C to 750C (-400F to 1670F) Relative Humidity 85% maximum, non-condensing Physical Dimensions 25 mm x 75 mm x 175 mm deep (1” x 3” x 7” deep) Weight Approximately 213 g (7.5 oz) Regulatory Compliance FCC Part 15 (Class A); IC (Class A); EMC Directive: Emission (Class A) and Immunity; RoHS Directive; China RoHS; WEEE Directive [email protected] Media Converters Repeaters and Optimizers Ordering Information Model Function Connectors Port/Link Wavelength Range (nm) Max. Insertion Loss (dB) EM316OSSH Optical Switch, self-healing MU/MU 1260 / 1620 5 (per link) MRV has more than 50 offices throughout the world. Addresses, phone numbers, and fax numbers are listed at www.mrv.com. Please e-mail us at [email protected] or call us for assistance. MRV (West Coast USA) 20415 Nordhoff St. Chatsworth, CA 91311 800-338-5316 818-773-0900 MRV (East Coast USA) 295 Foster St. Littleton, MA 01460 800-338-5316 978-952-4700 MRV (International) Business Park Moerfelden Waldeckerstrasse 13 64546 Moerfelden-Walldorf Germany Tel. (49) 6105/2070 Fax. (49) 6105/207-100 All statements, technical information and recommendations related to the products herein are based upon information believed to be reliable or accurate. However, the accuracy or completeness thereof is not guaranteed, and no responsibility is assumed for any inaccuracies. Please contact MRV Communications for more information. MRV Communications and the MRV Communications logo are trademarks of MRV Communications, Inc. Other trademarks are the property of their respective holders. MRV-FD-OSSH-120307 3020012-001 Rev. A2 Copyright ©2007 MRV Communications, Inc. All Rights Reserved.