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Optical amplifier EDFA-1550-4x17-1U

€1,854.25 (VAT incl.)
Total Stock: 2 units
Brand: braun teleCom
P/N: 10420717
Twoosk ID: TP026445
Ships From: Hanover, Germany (2 Units in stock)
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Optical amplifier, 4 x 50 mW (4 x 17 dBm) - 1RU

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The Optical amplifier EDFA-1550-4x17-1U from braun teleCom is a Headend Equipment. Headend include several equipment such as head-end, rectifiers, digital satellite receivers, transmitters, RF modulators (QAM/QPSK), control modules, servers that receive the signal from satellites and after that, decode, encode, and multiplex the signal to send in fields via fibers to subscribers.

4 ports 17dBm EDFA including Hot-Plugable Redundant Powersupplies with integrated WEB-Interface and SNMP support.


  • Optical amplifier (EDFA) for distribution of Optical RF-Signals in HFC- and PON-networks.


  • 1550 nm optical amplifier (EDFA)
  • Optical output power 4 x 50 mW (4 x 17 dBm)
  • Optical connectors SC/APC (front panel)
  • 19" 1 RU
  • RF test point
  • System parameter setting by front panel keypad, serial interface (RS 232) or user-friendly web interface
  • RS 232 and RJ 45 control interface
  • 2 power supplies with each 50 % load sharing, 160 ... 250 VAC or 48 VDC, hot-pluggable
  • Connector types: SC/APC


  • High-performance erbium doped fiber and low noise pump laser
  • Adjustable loss at the output -3 / 0 dB
  • Low noise figure
  • Network management interface, in line with standard SNMP network management
  • Intelligent temperature control system for lowering the power consumption
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