Optocore is claiming the use of ‘a groundbreaking transceiver’ in its new DD2FR-FX optical Madi device.

Optocore DD2FR-FXThe DD2FR-FX accepts both Multi-Mode and Single-Mode fibre-optic signals as a result of the transciever, and can therefore connect to Single and Multi-Mode third-party Madi link partners using the same multi-mode 50µm/62.5µm cable – representing a substantial cost-saving for customers.

‘This new Madi transceiver provides our customers with more flexibility, and means that they no longer need to order the DD2FR-FX with the appropriate Madi transceiver version to match their equipment,’ says Optocore Support Engineer, Maciej Janiszewski. ‘In other words, customers can now simply switch from multi-mode to single-mode Madi transmission without the need for expensive transceiver replacement.’

This initiative is consistent with Optocore’s delcared policy to introduce efficient, versatile products offering expanded capacity, and reduced cost and carbon footprint. In the case of the DD2FR-FX, this required a re-engineering of Optocore’s previous Madi network device in order to enable it to function within the company’s new Cat5-based SANE environment, with its more powerful 2Gbit fibre-optic network.

The transceiver will be incorporated as a standard feature in all DD2FR-FX devices.

More: www.optocore.com

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