Eye-BERT Micro Test Set

The Eye-BERT Micro by Spectronix Inc is a low cost, easy to use, all-in-one SFP based fiber optic test solution offering high performance bit error rate testing at a fraction of the cost while providing a rich set of features not found in other bit error rate testers. Features include: variable bit rate, user programmable patterns, and optical power and temperature monitoring (per SFP capability). Additionally, with a click of a button, the Eye-BERT Micro will automatically test an SFP module based on the information it reads from the module and generate a detailed test report complete with manufacturer, part number, serial number, date code, fiber type, link length, speed, and test results. The Unit is supplied with anti-skid bumpers for bench use and is small enough to be integrated into larger systems for dedicated link verification.

  • 125Mbps to 4.25Gbps
  • Variable Data Rate
  • PRBS Patterns
  • Jitter Patterns
  • Programmable 40bit Pattern
  • Compact Package
  • User Replaceable SFP
  • Decode of SFP Registers
  • Internal CDR
  • Bit Error Rate Testing
  • SFP Identification and Testing
  • Jitter Testing
  • Automated Test Sets
  • Dedicated Link Verification
Parameters Units Typical Specifications
Standard Rates Supported Mbps 125, 155.52, 200, 622.08, 1062.5, 1250, 2125, 2488.32, 2500, 2666.08, 4250
Standards Supported   Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet, OC3/STS-3/STM-4, OC48/STS-48/STM-16, OC48+FEC, ESCON/SBCON, 1X/2X/4X Fiber Channel, 2.5G Infiniband / PCI Express
Frequency Resolution Hz 1
Bit Rate Adjustability   +/- 5% typical, from standard rates
Frequency Accuracy ppm +/- 20
Data Pattern   27-1, 223-1, 231-1, K28.5, CJTPAT2, CRPAT2, CSPAT2, Any 40 bit user pattern
Computer Interface   USB-2 (Mini B)
Power   5Vdc, 1A Max
Unit Dimension inches 3.5 x 2.5 x 1.2
Notes: 1. Depends on transceiver and CDR capability, typically rates can be varied by more than +/-5%. See applications information for other supported rates. 2. CJTPAT, CRPAT, CSPAT are intended for jitter testing and are not supported by the pattern detector.