Use Precision OT’s line of Direct Attach Cables (DAC) or Active Optical Cables (AOC) to connect switches, servers and networking equipment efficiently and in a cost-effective manner in your data center, enterprise or transport network environment.
In both active and passive variants, DACs feature copper wire that connects two fixed transceiver modules on either end. AOCs, on the other hand, use multimode fiber to connect permanently attached transceivers. Both function as alternatives to purchasing individual modules and cables separately.
Browse the options below and obtain more information in each linked datasheet, or read more information on the differences between DAC and AOC cables in our blog post.
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