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FireFly™ Active Optical Micro Flyover™ Cable Assembly

This FireFly™ optical Flyover™ assembly is designed for flexibility and is interchangeable with the FireFly™ copper assembly using the same micro connector system. It is available as a 12-channel optical transmitter or receiver to achieve 16 Gbps per channel, and a 4-channel full duplex optical transceiver to achieve 28 Gbps per channel.

Features
  • FireFly™ optical cable system
  • Data connection is taken "off board" for easier routing
  • Interchangeable with FireFly™ copper
  • Choice of data rate: 14 Gbps, 16 Gbps, 25 Gbps, 28 Gbps
  • Designed for on-board or on-package placement
  • Variety of integral heat sink, fiber type and End 2 options
  • FireFly™ evaluation kit available. Active optical cable assembly sold separately
  • For more information, contact firefly@samtec.com
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