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S2700 Series Switches Hardware Description

This document provides an overall description of the S2700 hardware, helping you obtain detailed information about each chassis, cable, and optical module.
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Copper Cable

Copper Cable

Types of Copper Cables

Table 7-14 shows the types of copper cables.

Table 7-14 Types of copper cables



Electrical attribute

Bend Radius

Connector Type

Part Number

LS2MCABLE000 1.5 m Passive 25 mm SFPto SFP 02316279
SFP-10G-CU1M 1 m Passive 25 mm SFP+ to SFP+ 02310MUN
SFP-10G-CU3M 3 m Passive 25 mm SFP+ to SFP+ 02310MUP
SFP-10G-CU5M 5 m Passive 30 mm SFP+ to SFP+ 02310QPR
SFP-10G-AC10M 10 m Active 25 mm SFP+ to SFP+ 02310MUQ

The two ends of a copper cable must be covered by electrostatic discharge (ESD) caps.

When used for data transmission between service ports, copper cables can only connect Huawei switches of the same subseries. These copper cables cannot be used between Huawei switches of different subseries or between Huawei switches and other devices such as PCs, hosts, servers, or routers.

Appearance and Structure

Figure 7-29 shows the appearance of an SFP/SFP+ copper cable.

Figure 7-29 Appearance of an SFP/SFP+ copper cable

Figure 7-30 shows the structure of an SFP/SFP+ copper cable.

Figure 7-30 Structure of an SFP/SFP+ copper cable

Stack Description

In addition to data transmission, copper cables can be used for stack connection.

Before setting up a stack, familiarize yourself with the device-supported stack connection modes and software and hardware requirements. For details, see "Determining the Stack Connection Support and Mode" under "Typical Stack Configuration of Fixed Switches" in the Typical Configuration Examples.

Updated: 2019-08-19

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