Amphenol Cables on Demand SFP+ Active Optical Cable (AOC) Complete Kit

Amphenol Cables on Demand (ACD) SFP+ Active Optical Cable (AOC) Complete Kit features a pair of 10GBASE-SR SFP+ optical transceiver modules (one for each cable end) and a ready-made 1m (3.3') length OM3 multimode fiber optic patch cord to link the two modules together. This off-the-shelf solution is more cost-effective than the pre-assembled SFP+ AOC counterparts. Engineers can extend the length of the SFP+ cable up to 300m (984') by purchasing another off-the-shelf OM3 Duplex LC Multimode Fiber Optic Patch Cable. The SFP+ AOC kits utilize OEM-certified SFP+ Optical Transceiver Modules that are identical to the modules sold by other server/storage OEMs. ACD OEM-certified SFP+ AOC Complete Kits are guaranteed to work with all leading brands, including Cisco, HP ProCurve, Dell, Brocade, Netgear, and more.


  • Plug modules into the switch and plug the fiber patch cord into the modules
  • Compatible with all SFP+ ports as well as OM1/OM2/OM3 duplex LC fiber
  • Optimized for high-speed differential signal applications
  • Improved Pluggable Form Factor (IPF) for enhanced EMI/RFI performance
  • Supports 10G data rates up to 11.3Gbps
  • Compliant with IEEE802.3ae 10GBASE-SW/SR (10Gb Ethernet)
  • Full support for 1x, 2x, 4x, and 8x Fibre Channel applications
  • Supports 300m (984 feet) maximum link distance with OM3 (Aqua) fiber
  • High reliability and low power consumption (800mW per module maximum)
  • Easy push-to-release design for quick module removal
  • Fully SFP+ MSA compliant as per SFF-8431 standards
  • Ideal solution for storage area networks and switched fabric I/O
  • RoHS compliant

Kit Contents

  • 2x 10GBASE-SR SFP+ multimode optical transceiver modules
  • 1m (3.3') OM3 10G multimode duplex LC fiber optic patch cord
  • 850nm VCSEL supports 10GbE data rates up to 300m with OM3 fiber
  • SFP+ 20-pin board-as-connector interface with EMI cage (SFF-8431)
  • Integrated duplex LC fiber optic connector on the rear of the module
Publicado: 2017-04-24 | Actualizado: 2022-03-11