The XENOptics Smart Optical Switch (XSOS) is a fully remotely managed fibre switching solution. XSOS enables remote automation of all network operations including maintenance, testing, reconfiguring, monitoring and troubleshooting.
The XSOS-576D provides 576 ports (144 x 4) x (144 x 4) in a non-blocking fibre switching network.
- Cost effective. Efficient architecture enables a low cost per port.
- High optical performance. Maintains uniform insertion loss of <0.5dB and return loss < -65dB.
- Field replacement. Modular design where any of the modules can be replaced in the field safely without disrupting traffic.
- Flexible fibre termination. Connectivity via splices and/or connectors.
- RFTS. Integrated Remote Fibre Testing Systems.
- Carrier-class system. Meets applicable ITU recommendations. Highly reliable field-proven units.
- Synchronised database and auto-discovery. Configurations are immediately reflected in the web based XEMS management system and recovered automatically in case of failure.
- High density. Based on XENOptics patented 3D Optical Switching technology which provides unique fibre density and allows fibre ports management of up to 1728 ports using one side of a standard 19 inch rack, or up to 3456 ports by using dual sides of the rack (with XSOS units back-to-back).
- Standard software interfaces. Management software XEMS uses web graphical user interface and SDM compliant Restful API. SNMP/TL1 equipment interfaces.
- Power independent traffic. Latching mechanism consumes power only while switching and maintains traffic transmission in the event of power failure.
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RS-232 interface for local or maintenance operation.
USB interface for R&D and technician use.
HTTP, HTTPS, SNMPv2/v3, Telnet, SSH, TFTP, NTP and Restful API
RTFS In (optional)
An optical interface that connects an OTDR interface to the matrix in order to scan and monitor any fibre is connected to the system
RTFS Out (optional)
An optical interface that connects the OTDR signal to the adjacent matrix's system in order to scan and monitor any fibre is connected to the adjacent system
RTFS Control (Optional)
100BT OTDR control interface
110 / 220 Volt AC interface. (Optional) Dual feed power 48V input for main CO power source and backup CO source
4x dry contact, normally closed ports
Keypad and LCD
A 5 command keys + display to control the system locally
GPS antenna interface (for OSP applications)