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What does IP67 mean?

A two-digit number established by the International Electro Technical Commission, is used to provide an Ingress Protection rating to a piece of electronic equipment or to an enclosure for electronic equipment. The protection class after EN60529 are indicated by short symbols that consist of the two code letters IP and a code numeral for the amount of the protection.

Example: IP67
The two digits represent different forms of environmental influence:

  • The first digit represents protection against ingress of solid objects.

  • The second digit represents protection against ingress of liquids.   

The larger the value of each digit, the greater the protection. As an example, a product rated IP54 would be better protected against environmental factors than another similar product rated as IP42.


What's the Ingress Protection Rating (IP Code) for Evensphere's waterproof connectors?

All Evensphere's multi-pin rugged waterproof connectors are rated to IP68 but we also supply other rated connectors, such as IP67, IP66, IP65 etc., to use for a different purpose. The waterproof connectors have panel mount, female & male with cable installable or molded, adaptor etc. for customer to choose according to the equipments design.


Are all products manufactured by Evensphere in accordance with RoHS compliant process?

Affirm, no matter SFP cage / connectors, Modular Jack, or different form factor or format of Optical transceivers provided by Evensphere are all manufactured in accordance with RoHS compliant process.


Do Evensphere’s products have warranty?

Yes, we provide 1 year warranty for our products in general, but for some products, we have 2 ~ 3 years warranty if required.


Does different form factor or format of Evensphere’s optical transceivers cover wide range data rate?

Evensphere’s optical transceivers with different form factor and format, such as SFP (mini GBIC), XFP, SFP+, GBIC, BWDM, CWDM, DWDM, cover wide range data rate from fast Ethernet, 1000 Base, 10G Ethernet, or higher per request.

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