OEM-Compatible Testing that Goes the Extra Mile
Different third-party attuned suppliers attach diverse meanings to the testing of transceivers. In the market of transceivers, the understanding of how transceiver testing works allows network operators to make effective decisions, which will positively affect their network.
Transceivers are collected and inspected to ensure that it conforms to specific conditions. Most third-party compatible transceiver suppliers employ diverse forms of testing, from simple labelling and packaging inspection to more specific reviews, which includes measuring the power of optical efficiency.
Compatible transceivers application testing involves switch testing to incorporate the component of an optical link, which represents the projected application. Practically, together with an 80KM optical budget, an optic designed for OEM “C” switches will be installed in an OEM “C” switch, and then, linked over an 80KM fiber spool to a neighbouring 80KM optic. So, application testing does not involve only switch synchronisation, but also the transceiver’s optical capacity.
Testing frequencies and sample rates should be taken into consideration
Sample rates are a standard for inspecting in areas where mass production of widgets are operated sequentially to a similar fundamental design. All together, Third-party compatible optics are uniquely dynamic. Third-party compatible suppliers have to support a highly inconsistent array of over 50 OEMs, plus various chains of supply. Conventional batch or sample rates are not typically operated in such a highly variable environment.
Just like the name implies, switch testing involves installing corresponding transceivers into a target OEM switch to ensure that the switch recognises the transceivers, and to inspect the operating capacities.
At 1% to 10% of production, batch testing is prevalent amongst some compatible suppliers. The significant inconsistency of compatible transceiver configurations is not imperative in batch testing. 1000 GIG regularly tests components and parts to ensure optimal performance and quality before sending components to customers.
Compatible suppliers, typically, do not test optical transceivers thoroughly. It is of course money-consuming, as it requires investment in skilled labor and capital facilities. 100% testing is significant in the extreme irregularity of compatible transceiver arrangements.
It is of pride to 1000 GIG to stimulate testing on each transceiver that we send to our clients. Not only do our transceivers pass the switch testing, but they are also tested in the projected function environment. Thus, our technology offers a significant rate of quality, which is higher than 99.98%.