Thank you Mark! I would like to know what are the 20 pins, the voltage needed by the transceiver and any accessory signal besides the 2 differential for tx/rx.
I misread the product code and didn't recognize it as the optical module until I took a second look. Most of the data is in the http://www.intel.com/content/dam/doc/product-brief/ethernet-sfp-optics-brief.pdf optical module product brief. But if you need more, you can download a datasheet using the manufacturer part number on the module. The Intel modules are branded versions of modules from a couple of manufacturers.
For example, I pulled one of these modules from one of my SFP+ adapters and see a Finisar part number FTLX8571D3BCV-IT. I found the datasheet at http://www.finisar.com/sites/default/files/pdf/3TAVfFFTLX8571D3BCV%20Product%20Specification%20RevB.... http://www.finisar.com/sites/default/files/pdf/3TAVfFFTLX8571D3BCV%20Product%20Specification%20RevB..... I think you will find all the voltage information you need in there.
Thank you Mark!
So you are actually telling me that the E10GSFPSR
is a transceiver not manufactured by Intel.
It's weird because I find that among your products.
Have any chance to check if there is any other part number written on the E10GSFPSR?