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ipe fibre remote card difference

ipe fibre remote card difference

ipe fibre remote card difference

I am trying to figure out the difference between the ipe fibre remote multi mode fibre receiver cards for 1 - 4 super loops. I have an A0773056 and an A0773054. What is the difference between the 2 besides $2000 dollar in price? they are both multi mode 1-4 super loops. Any help would be great.

RE: ipe fibre remote card difference

The A0773056 is single-mode.

RE: ipe fibre remote card difference

As I recall, there are no obvious part numbers on the Fiber Remote Multi-IPE circuit boards themselves. They put the part number on the outside of the card "cage". So it's quite possible to have a multi-mode circuit board in a case that is labeled single-mode. I have received them like this from hardware resellers.
If your circuit boards say multi-mode 1-4 superloops on the faceplate then that's probably what they are, regardless of what the label on the case says. They should still work, even if the case is not labeled correctly.

RE: ipe fibre remote card difference

Thanks alot. I was just selling it and the box I had it in was mislabeled as the single mode mode but it was the multi mode card i had.

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