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How is it different universal system

How is it different – UNIVERSAL SYSTEM


Plug and play universal system

Plug and Play™ Universal System

  • Overview

    • Features and Benefits

    • Competitive Landscape

    • Compatibility with Previous Products

  • Key Messages

  • Supporting Collateral

  • Promotional Timeline


Plug and play universal system an overview

Plug and Play™ Universal System:An Overview

  • What is polarity management?

    • Maintaining proper transmit-to-receiver continuity throughout a system

  • How does Plug and Play™ Universal System do it?

    • Uses a patented wiring solution in the modules so that no matter how many modules, harnesses, trunks or extender trunks are used or where they are placed, fiber polarity is maintained

  • Why is polarity management important?

    • Improperly placed or installed polarity components can result in system failure

    • Planning for polarity components during design and installation adds time and complexity

      • Also adds complexity to inventory

    • When the time comes for moves, changes and adds, polarity may have to be reconfigured all over again


Polarity basics transmit goes to receive

Rx

Tx

Tx

Rx

Tx

Rx

Rx

Tx

Blue fibre on the left (Position 1)

Blue fibre on the right (Position 2)

Polarity Basics – Transmit Goes to Receive

  • Reverse Fibre Positioning –

    • Fibres are terminated into the connector in a different order on each end (Blue/Orange on one end and Orange/Blue on the other end)

    • With this schematic, intention is to transmit top fibre to top fibre and bottom fibre to bottom fibre (pair wise)

    • Standard for jumpers

    • Maintains transceiver continuity regardless of number of links


How is it different universal wiring standards activity

How is it different – UNIVERSAL WIRING Standards Activity

TIA Standards Activity — Guidelines for Maintaining Polarity Using Array Connectors

METHOD C

“A” “B” Module

U-Mod

METHOD B

Pair-Wise Flips in the Trunk

METHOD A

“A” “B” Jumper


Plug and play universal system an overview competitive landscape

Pros

One module

Easy reconfiguration; allows concatenation

Accepts UniCam MTP

Cons

Customer sets polarity

Special jumper purchase or use un-duplexable jumpers

Requires special components for parallel optics

Testing issues

Pros

Standard patch cords

Accepts UniCam MTP

Allows concatenation

Cons

Installer sets polarity

Not easy to move modules around

Requires advance planning for modules

Difficult to reconfigure network

Limited suppliers

Requires special components for parallel optics

Plug and Play™ Universal System:An Overview – Competitive Landscape

A-B Patch Cords

A-B Modules


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Plug and Play™ Universal System:An Overview – Competitive Landscape

  • Pros

    • Manufacturer sets polarity

    • One module, standard patch cord

    • Standard components; key up/key down MTP adapter

    • Single-mode available

  • Cons

    • Monitor number of trunks in a channel

    • Requires special jumper for parallel optics

    • Limited UniCam MTP capability

Pair-wise Flips in the Trunk


Systimax instapatch plus

Systimax - InstaPATCH Plus


How is it different classic wiring

MTP End

Duplex Connector end

TX/RX #1

How is it different – Classic Wiring

  • Module Straight Wiring

    • Single fibre connectors are plugged consecutively (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, …..)


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How is it different – Classic Wiring

Pair-wise Flips in the Trunk

  • Trunk is Made KEY-UP to KEY-DOWN

  • Trunk has Ribbon Pairs flipped

  • Trunk is non-pinned on both end

  • Modules are identical with straight wiring and pinned MTPs

  • All Standard MTPs Mate Key up/Key down

Key Down Key Up

Key Up Key Down


Classic method with pair wise flips

Classic Method with Pair-wise Flips


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Classic Method with Pair-wise Flips


How is it different universal wiring features

How is it different – UNIVERSAL WIRING Features

  • Module Universal Wiring

    • Single fibre connectors are plugged in the order of 1, 12, 2, 11, 3, 10, 4, 9, 5, 8, 6, 7

MTP End

6

7

5

8

4

9

3

10

2

11

1

12

Duplex Connector End

TX/RX #1


How is it different universal trunks

How is it different – UNIVERSAL TRUNKS

  • Trunk is Made KEY-UP to KEY-UP

  • Trunk MTPs are all non-pinned

  • Modules are identical with Universal wiring and Standard pinned MTPs

  • All Standard MTPs Mate Key up/Key down

  • Can accommodate SM Angled MTPs

Key Down Key Up

Key Up Key Down


How is it different universal wiring path map

How is it different – UNIVERSAL WIRING Path Map


How is it different universal wiring path map1

How is it different – UNIVERSAL WIRING Path Map


How is it different universal wiring path map2

How is it different – UNIVERSAL WIRING Path Map


How is it different extender trunks

How is it different – EXTENDER TRUNKS

  • Extender Trunk is pinned on one end and non-pinned on the other

  • All MTPs Mate Key up/Key down

  • Universal Trunks are normally high fiber count and route between floors or between large zones of the Data Center.

  • Extender Trunks are low fiber counts that branch off into different areas of the larger zones.

Key Down Key Up

Key Up Key Down

Key Up Key Down


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How is it different – UNIVERSAL WIRING Features

  • Plug and Play Universal System:

  • “U” and “U with LL” on the top front face of the module

    • “U” = Universal

    • “U LL” = Universal Low Loss

  • Orange label (Universal)

  • Green label (Universal Low-Loss)

  • Color Coded Labels on both the module and trunk

  • Plug and Play Classic System:

  • White label

  • Color Coded Labels on both the module and trunk


Plug and play universal system an overview compatibility with previous product

Plug and Play™ Universal System:An Overview – Compatibility with Previous Product

  • Component-to-component, the Plug and Play™ Universal System and the Plug and Play™ Classic System are not compatible

    • Universal: Manages polarity in the module

    • Classic: Manages polarity in the trunk

  • However, projects that have previously installed Classic can take advantage of Universal for extensions to/adding a link

    • This can be done via a cross connect

  • Plug and Play Universal System is our lead product and our standard Plug and Play offering

    • However, the Classic system will remain available (though it will not be actively promoted or very visible)

  • New customers and existing customers with new projects should be encouraged to use the Universal system

    • Customers working on existing Classic installations will likely need to continue with the Classic system


How is it different universal wiring benefits

How is it different – UNIVERSAL WIRINGBenefits

  • Two or more MTP trunks can be easily linked together. High fiber count trunks can be routed to an intermediate distribution area where smaller fiber count trunks are interconnected and distributed to zone, station or cabinet areas.

  • Provides a simple migration path between 2-fiber and parallel applications.

  • No special polarity components or polarity concerns during link configuration and re-configuration

  • Modules and harnesses are wired the same to simplify system assembly. Module-to-module, module-to-harness, or harness-to-harness all provide the same fiber paths.

  • Modular system enables fast and simple networking moves, changes and adds with correct fiber polarity guaranteed

  • Avoids polarity problems caused by incorrect placement of fiber pair-wise flipped modules or jumpers in the network.

  • System length is expandable by using Universal Extender Trunks without impacting transmit/receive polarity


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Plug and Play™ Universal System:An Overview – Competitive Landscape

  • Who does what?

    • Universal Wiring*

      • CCS Plug and Play™ Universal System

    • InstaPATCH Plus

      • Systimax

    • A-B Patch Cords

      • Nordx, Panduit, small CAHs

    • Pair-Wise Flips in the Trunk

      • CCS Plug and Play™ Classic System, Tyco, Emerson, ComputerCrafts, DC Connections, CompuLink

    • A-B Modules*

      • Ortronics, small CAHs

*Not in the proposed standard


Plug and play universal system supporting collateral

Plug and Play™ Universal System:Supporting Collateral

  • Plug and Play™ Universal System Line Card (LAN-668)

    • Describes components: trunks, extender trunks, modules, harnesses, and patch cords

  • Plug and Play Universal System Spec Sheet (LAN-664)

  • Plug and Play Universal System Part Number Reference Sheet (LAN-666)

    • Provides part numbers for trunks, extender trunks, modules, harnesses, patch cords and rack mountable patch panels

    • Preferred items only

  • Data Center Pretium Line Card (LAN-550)

    • Describes Plug and Play System, cable assemblies, cables, connectors, hardware, services and support (not just unique to Universal)

  • Plug and Play Compatibility Checklist (for internal use only, available in .pdf in the sales library)

    • Provides support for working with customers on determining which Plug and Play System they are using/should be using


Low loss new polishing process

Fiberprotrusion

LOW LOSS – NEW POLISHING PROCESS

Fibers protrude 10 um evenly above ferrule end face.

CCS patented process

MTP connectors have a low-loss option available. The low-loss solution minimizes the db loss of a module or a harness.

Typically, losses in the module or harness are rated at a maximum of 1.3 db. With the low loss module or harness losses will be reduced to a maximum of 0.75 db.

This results in an enhanced performance module or harness due to new precision components in the connector. The polishing process of the fiber in the ferrule of the connector gives you better performance and allows better db performance down to 0.75 db.


Low loss new polishing process benefits

LOW LOSS – NEW POLISHING PROCESS BENEFITS

  • Connector Pair – Low Loss (Max 0.5 dB) MTP Matings

  • Module Loss (Max 0.75 dB)

    SC and LC Multimode Pretium 300 50um Modules

  • Reduced insertion loss => More connections per link

  • Reduced insertion loss => Longer link length achievable

  • Reduced insertion loss => Increased system margin


Low loss polishing process components

Low Loss Polishing Process Components

  • Low Loss is a SYSTEM

  • Plug & Play Systems utilizing Low Loss MTP are comprised of BOTH:

    • A MTP to MTP LOW LOSS TRUNK with MTP connectors that have the new polishing process

    • SC or LC Multimode Pretium 300 LOW LOSS Modules with MTP connectors that have the new polishing process

  • The 10um fiber protrusion allows the two components to work together to provide a MTP to MTP mating with a PHYSICAL CONTACT.


How is it different new polishing process benefits

How is it different – NEW POLISHING PROCESS BENEFITS

WHY IS THIS A GOOD THING


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LOW LOSS – NEW POLISHING PROCESS BENEFITS

• Low loss components become very important in high bandwidth communications protocols, where link loss budgets are relatively low.

Example:

• Use de-rating tables to answer the following:

• Consider a 120 meter link running 10 GbE over laser Laser-Optimized 50/125 um-300 fiber, where

— Cable attenuation = 3.0 dB/km

— EMB = 2000 MHz-km.

• How many standard Plug & Play modules, each having 1.3 dB max loss, can be used in the link?

— Answer: 4 modules can be used. Max channel insertion loss will be (0.12 km x 3.0 dB/km) + (4 x 1.3 dB) = 5.56 dB.

• How many low loss Plug & Play modules, each having 0.75 dB max loss, can be used in the link?

— Answer: 7 modules can be used. Max channel insertion loss will be (0.12 km x 3.0 dB/km) + (7 x 0.75 dB) = 5.61 dB.


Part numbers and pricing low loss pnp

New

Low Loss Price

=

Standard Pricing

10% Premium over std. pricing

Part numbers and pricing – LOW LOSS PnP

MTP connector codes change for the low loss version.

Low Loss Trunk Example: A757524S88AAU100F

Low Loss Module Example: CCH-UM24-05-93S

Low Loss only available in Pretium 300 LC and SC modules

Grip + Cable + Furcation + Labels + Packaging + Conn. Install = Price


Part numbers

Part Numbers

STANDARD

Classic Trunk

Ex. A696972S8800100F

Universal Trunk

Ex. A696972S88AAU100F

Universal Extender Trunk

Ex. A706972S88AAX100F

Classic Module

Ex. CCH-CM24-05-69S

Classic Reduced Depth

Ex. CCH-RM24-05-70S

Universal Module (Reduced Depth)

Ex. CCH-UM24-05-70S

Legacy Harness

Ex. HPP057012SJ1OA10F

Universal Harness

Ex.H930512SJ1-LZ010F

LOW LOSS

Classic Trunk

Ex. A757572S8800100F

Universal Trunk

Ex. A757572S88AAU100F

Universal Extender Trunk

Ex. A937572S88AAX100F

Classic Module

Ex. CCH-CM24-05-93S

Classic Reduced Depth

Ex. CCH-RM24-05-93S

Universal Module

Ex. CCH-UM24-05-93S

Legacy Harness

Ex. HPP059312SJ1OA10F

Universal Harness

Ex.H930512SJ1-LZ010F


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