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The trend to ever-higher transmission rates is growing due to rapidly increasing use of intelligent mobile devices. That puts more and more pressure on backbone networks and data centres to handle a literal ï¬‚ood of data. The required latency of future applications such as in trafï¬c infrastructure and its inherent trafï¬c leads to a situation where data rates of ten gigabits per second offered by the 10GBASE-T variant of Ethernet are in many cases simply no longer sufï¬cient. The IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) in response to these needs has developed new variants of Ether- net such as 25GBASE-T with 25 Gbit/s and 40GBASE-T with 40 Gbit/s using copper twisted-pair-cabling. Due to the more stringent requirements on insertion loss budget, the link length becomes limited to a maximum of only 30 metres. Therefore, both new Ethernet variants are primarily designed for data centres, server rooms, and connections between switches.
Category 8.1/Class I acc. ISO/IEC 11801-1, Connector acc. IEC 60603-7 series RJ45 8P8C, 25/40GBase-T acc. IEEE 802.3bq, backward compatible to Class EA acc., backward compatible to Class EA acc. ISO/IEC 11801-1 (Permanent link up to 90 m and Channel up to 100 m), Life: â‰¥ 750 mating cycles, Shielding housing material: die-cast nickel-plated zinc, Outer diameter: 6 – 10 mm,
Temperature range: -40Â°C to 70Â°C, Power over Ethernet plus (PoE+) acc. IEEE 802.3at, Cu conductor diameter: solid 0,54 â€“ 0,64 mm (AWG23 â€“ 22/1) core diameter: 1,0 â€“ 1,6 mm, IP20
Remarks: RJ45 module featuring full-metal cable clamp, Most suited for assembly with installation cables Cat.8.1/Cat.8.2
Short name: AMJ Module Cat.8.1 T568A/B
|Dimensions||12.4 × 9 × 5.25 cm|