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Fourté creates complete mechanical enclosure solutions for the Small Form-factor Pluggable Plus (SFP+) transceiver module. We can create custom designs to accommodate your specific needs while remaining compliant with the SFP+ Multi Source Agreement (MSA).

SFP+ Metal Enclosure

SFP+ Release Mechanism

SFP+ EMI Fingers


The SFP+ metal enclosure protects the internal features and allows for easy insertion into the SFP+ cage. The external features of the SFP+ metal enclosure remain compliant with SFP+ MSA while the internal features are customized to your application.

Die Cast Housings. Fourté uses customizable inserts in the master die cast tool to accommodate specific internal features of your SFP+ metal enclosure.

Machined Housings. Machined housings are used during the prototype phase of the design. We create aluminum prototypes of the SFP+ metal enclosure.

Features and Benefits
• Machined or die cast
• Two-piece design
• Easy manufacturability
• Easy assembly
• Robust design for DFM



The SFP+ release mechanism is a two-piece solution made of a bail and a slide. The bail of the SFP+ release mechanism hooks onto the slide and housing.

Features and Benefits
• Distinct home position
• Bail rotates 90 degrees
   - Triggers mechanism to disengage module from cage
• Robust design, rugged
• MSA compliant
• RoHS compliant
• Easily implemented to custom applications
• Allows wide range of placement for optical plane
• Industry standard and proven designs
• Cost effective solutions
• Color-coated for different wavelengths


The Electro Magnetic Interference (EMI) fingers create an electrical seal between two components, the shield housing and the mating surface. The EMI fingers can be customized to your specifications.

Features and Benefits
• Multiple finger contact
• Tortured path corners
• Simple and robust assembly to module
• High grade stainless steel
• Survive multiple insertions and extractions
• Proven design



 
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