Switches – industrial ethernet

OPENETICS industrial switches for installations with increased technical requirements are available in versions with operating temperatures from -20 ° C to 50 ° C and with operating temperatures from -40 ° C to 75 ° C.

Switch Industrial 5 Port 10/100 Mbps basic

Other configurations on request.
Unmanaged.
12 ~ 36 VDc
-40 ~ + 85 ºC.
IP40.

Switch Industrial 8 Port 10/100 Mbps basic

Other configurations on request.
Unmanaged.
12 ~ 36 VDc
-40 ~ + 85 ºC.
IP40.

Switch Industrial 4 Port 10/100 Mbps + 1*100 Base FX – MM SC PoE

Other configurations on request.
Unmanaged.
48 DVc.
-40 ~ + 85 ºC.
IP40.

Switch Industrial 8 Port 10/100/1000 Mbps basic

Other configurations on request.
Unmanaged.
12~36 VDc
-40 ~ + 85 ºC.
IP40.

Switch Industrial 4 Port 1Giga. + 2 SFP, PoE+

Other configurations on request.
Unmanaged.
48 DVc.
-40 ~ + 85 ºC.
IP40.

Switch Industrial 8 Port 10/100 Mbps + 2* SFP slot – PoE

Other configurations on request.
Unmanaged.
48 DVc.
-40 ~ + 85 ºC.
IP40.

Features of unmanaged switches:

-single 12 ~ 48VDC power supply
-reinforced metal housing for DIN rail
-compliance with EMI, EMS, EN 61000 and IEC standards

Features of managed switches:

-redundant power supply, two 12 ~ 48VDC inputs
-reinforced metal housing for DIN rail
-relay output alarming about switch failure
-support for SW-Ring technology
-compliance with EMI, EMS, EN 61000 and IEC standards

Switches ensure long trouble-free operation due to resistance to extremely high and low temperatures, shock, surges, vibrations and electromagnetic interference – compliance with EMI, EMS, EN 61000 and IEC standards. We offer a very wide range of swichs for use in industrial environments. The devices include both manageable models with rich configuration options and redundant connections, as well as simpler unmanaged models (ready to work right out of the box). Switches are characterized by work in special conditions (eg vibrations) and compliance with relevant industry standards. The devices can be equipped with various interfaces, and the assembly can take place depending on the model.