XENOptics XSOS-576D

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.

Download the XSOS-576D datasheet.

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CLI

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RS-232 interface for local or maintenance operation.

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Debugging Port

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USB interface for R&D and technician use.

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TCP/UDP Interface

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HTTP, HTTPS, SNMPv2/v3, Telnet, SSH, TFTP, NTP and Restful API

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RTFS In (optional)

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An optical interface that connects an OTDR interface to the matrix in order to scan and monitor any fibre is connected to the system

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RTFS Out (optional)

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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

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RTFS Control (Optional)

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100BT OTDR control interface

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PSU

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110 / 220 Volt AC interface. (Optional) Dual feed power 48V input for main CO power source and backup CO source

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External Alarm

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4x dry contact, normally closed ports

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Keypad and LCD

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A 5 command keys + display to control the system locally

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GPS

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GPS antenna interface (for OSP applications)

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