Robotic Fiber Switch ROME500
Robotic Fiber Switch ROME500
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Are you still doing complicated patch panel connection by yourself?

Who changed this line!

ROME (Robotic Optical Management Engine) is L1 switch, realizing optical connection automated by robot.

ROME enables smart operation for fiber management at data centers and laboratories.

Features

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ROME500 manages optical cross connection automatically by robotic mechanism.
Compared with MEMS and O-E-O methods, ROME500 has the advantage of low insertion loss and maintaining onnectivity in case of power outage.

Elegant Fiber Management

Manual connection in front of patch panel tends to bring complicated cabling.
ROME500 automated cross connection keeps well-ordered cabling around patch panel.
Robotic cross connection  also avoids human error of wrong connection and removal.

Easy to Manage

ROME500 manages connection status and system operation history.Only authorized users can operate ROME, thus retaining the system security level.

Remote Cross Connections

ROME500 realizes remote cross connection without visiting data centers and laboratories.
Remote cross connection enables quite cost effective and eco friendly operation.

Specifications

Dimensions
Main Chassis 17.4”(442mm) Width,
17.5”(443mm) Height,
31”(791mm) Depth,
211lbs(95kg)
LCU※  17.5”(444mm) Width,
1.7”(44mm) Height,
27.5”(698.25mm) Depth,
24lbs(11kg)
Power Supply (per PSU)
Main Chassis Supply from LCU
  LCU 100-240V, 50/60Hz 4A or  -48/-60 V, DC 8A
Power Consumption
55W (standby), 155W (switching)
Fiber
 
512 Fibers
Fiber Type
Single Mode SMF-28e
Multi-Mode OM4
Insertion Loss  
1.0dB Max (patch panel to patch panel)
0.5dB (Typical)
Return Loss
Single Mode
-50dB (UPC), -60dB (APC)
Multi-Mode
-25dB
Rack Size
Main Chassis
19”, 10RU
LCU※
19”, 1RU
MGMT Interface
 
RJ45(Ethernet)、DB9(Console)
UI/API
 
CLI、GUI
※Logical Control Unit

Use case

Laboratory Management

Use case: Laboratory Management

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