# Power supply voltage of the hub on BWS 1600G devices

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The power supply voltage of the hub on BWS 1600G devices is 10 V.

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Command for configuring wavelengths on BWS 1600G devices
On BWS 1600G devices, run the cfg-set-wavelenexp command.

Power consumption of the ELOG and LBF boards on BWS 1600G devices
1. ELOG Maximum power consumption at room temperature (25�?: E3ELOG: 46.0 W E8ELOG: 37.8 W Maximum power consumption at high temperature (55�?: E3ELOG: 48.1 W E8ELOG: 41.6 W 2. LBF Maximum power consumption at room temperature (25�?: E3LBF: 22.0 W E8LBF: 23.9 W E9BF: 22.0 W Maximum power consumption at high temperature (55�?: E3LBF: 26.0 W E8LBF: 26.3 W E9LBF: 26.0 W

Power supply voltage of the hub on BWS 1600G
Generally, the voltage of the hub on BWS 1600G is 10 V.

Fan working mode of BWS 1600G
Question: What are the working modes of fans on BWS 1600G devices? Answer: Fans on BWS 1600G devices can work in two modes. One is the speed adjustment mode. In this mode, the fan speed can be manually set, including high speed, low speed, and stop. The other mode is the automatic adjustment mode. The system control board regularly checks the temperature of each board on the NE every minute to determine whether the temperature of each board exceeds the threshold. If the temperature of one board exceeds the upper threshold, the fan board enables the high speed mode. If the temperature of all boards exceeds the lower threshold, the fan board enables the low speed mode.

Functions and normal working ranges of the bias current, cooling current, and back facet current of OA boards on BWS 1600G devices
Question: What are the functions and normal working ranges of the bias current, cooling current, and back facet current of OA boards on BWS 1600G devices? Analysis: The bias current of an OA board is actually the drive current of the laser on the OA board. A laser is actually a photodiode. Therefore, the drive current is also called bias current. Due to the differences between pump lasers, the bias current also varies greatly for lasers of the same type (for example, 100 mW 980 nm pump lasers). The bias current ranges for different pump lasers are as follows: 100 mW 980 nm pump laser: 250 mA 150 mW 980 nm pump laser: 350 mA 160 mW 1480 nm pump laser: 700 mA Strictly speaking, cooling current should be temperature control current, which is classified into cooling current and heating current. The laser core temperature must be kept at 25°C; otherwise, the output wavelengths and output power are affected. In normal cases, the laser emits heat. Therefore, the temperature control performance is cooling. When the environment temperature is low, the temperature control performance may be heating, and the temperature control current may be 0. To be specific, laser heating and heat dissipation are dynamically balanced. The heating current and cooling current vary depending on changes of the ambient temperature and input optical power. Generally, the current values are as follows (the cooling current is a positive value and the heating current is a negative value): 980 nm pump laser: 1.6 A (cooling current), 0.4 A (heating current) 1480 nm pump laser: 2.2 A (cooling current), 0.8 A (heating current) Back facet current: Each laser uses an internal optical path to reflect a part of output light to the internal PIN tube for check and then outputs the back facet current. The original purpose is to check laser working status based on the back facet current. However, the detected laser back facet current is inaccurate. Therefore, only the circuit is checked and the check result is reported. The only requirement for the back facet current is that the current value is not 0.

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