Tekway series outdoor optical fiber transceiver adopts FPGA and CPLD dynamic reconstruction and repeated programming technology. It is designed with good electromagnetic compatibility, shock resistance and impact resistance. Since it was put into the market in 2011, it has been reliably used in petrochemical, rail, highway, high-speed railway, environmental protection, mining and other harsh environments.
According to the one power design concept of Tekway series outdoor optical fiber transceiver, the whole product line adopts an industrial isolated power supply with a peak value of 25W (the actual power consumption of the whole series of products is between 5w-10w), so as to ensure sufficient margin for power output and maintain long-term operation even in extremely harsh - 20 ° cold or + 65 ° hot environment (50% output margin is still maintained in case of extreme derating of the power supply), which greatly prolongs the service life of the power supply and the overall stability and reliability of the equipment.
Tekway series outdoor optical fiber transceiver adopts Al alloy spray shielding aluminum alloy shell with excellent heat dissipation performance, corrosion-resistant and oxidation-resistant aluminum alloy shell without rust and rapid heat conduction. The splicing place inside the casing is covered with single-sided tape during painting to ensure that the casing has transparent conductivity during overall assembly.
● Industrial design, SMT process
●The multi-layer composite circuit board is adopted with high temperature non bending double-sided design for better heat dissipation
●Professional dielectric conversion chip, imported filter and German Wurth inductance are adopted to ensure the stability of operation
●100% line speed bandwidth, non blocking data exchange
● Support 9K Mega frames, especially suitable for IP HD video transmission;
●Super lightning protection function, lightning protection, anti induced high voltage, anti surge, etc
●No fan - 20 ° C to + 65 ° c operating ambient temperature
●The mean time between failures reaches 200000 hours