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Industrial Networking >> Unmanaged Switches
Entery Level Switches :
SPIDER FAMILY :
The Spider family of switches provides users with an economical, yet highly reliable Ethernet switch. All copper/RJ45 ports are 10/100 auto-negotiating and auto-crossing — the Spiders will work either patch or cross-over cables. The fiber ports are all 100 Megabit and available in multimode (MM) and singlemode (SM) with either SC or ST sockets. Unless specified, all switches are rated 0-60° C, have a 24V DC power input via pluggable terminal block and have an average MTBF exceeding 100 years.
These switches offer advanced features such as redundant power inputs and most offer fault relay (triggerable by loss of power and/or port-link). Standard features include 10/100 auto-negotiating and auto-crossing (either patch or cross-over cables will work in the ports), a 0-60 deg C operating range, a 24V DC power input via pluggable terminal block and have an average MTBF exceeding 100 years. All of the multimode (MM) and singlemode (SM) fiberoptic ports are 100 megabit and are available in a variety of connetor options.
Open Rail RS20 / RS30 Unmanaged switches -
Hirschmann’s unmanaged OpenRail switches are ideal for applications that are less dependent upon the features of switch management while maintaining the highest feature-set for an unmanaged switch:
IP 67 – Unmanaged OCTOPUS switch :
Octopus 5TX EEC : Unmanaged IP67 switch with 5 (10/100 Mbps) M12 Coding