16-Port Industrial Gigabit Unmanaged Ethernet Switch, w/12*10/100/1000Tx + 4*100/1000 SFP Slots
Overview of the Antaira LNX-1604G-SFP 16-Port, Industrial Unmanaged Switch
LNX-1604G-SFP |16-Port Industrial Unmanaged Gigabit Switch
Antaira Technologies’ LNX-1604G-SFP industrial gigabit unmanaged Ethernet switch series is IP30 rated and
DIN-Rail mountable. Each unit is designed with twelve gigabit Ethernet ports and four dual rate (100/1000) SFP slots for fiber connections, making it ideal for applications that demand high bandwidth and long distance communication; such as, power/utility, water wastewater treatment plants, oil/gas/mining, process control automation, security access control systems, and intelligent transportation systems.
This product series has a hardened design providing high EFT and ESD protection to prevent any unregulated
voltage. It also has a dual power input support of 12~48VDC. There are two wide operating temperature
models to support either a -10 to 70 ̊C or - 40 to 75 ̊C environment.
- Supports 12*10/100/1000Tx + 4*100/1000 SFP ports
- Supports Auto MDI/MDI-X Function
- Store-and-Forward Switching Architecture
- 8K MAC Address Table
- Jumbo Frame Support: 12.2K
- Surge Protection: 2,000 VDC Support
- ESD Protection: 6,000 VDC Support
- Redundant Power Input Design: 12~48VDC
- Built-in 1 Relay Output for Power Failure Warning
- IP30 Rugged Metal Case Design
- DIN-Rail and Wall Mount Support
- Operating Temperature Range: -10° to 70° C
- 5-Year Warranty
Industrial unmanaged Gigabit Ethernet switches are network devices specifically designed for use in industrial environments where harsh conditions and high reliability are required. These industrial switches provide a means of interconnecting various industrial devices, such as PLCs (Programmable Logic Controllers), sensors, motors, and other equipment, within an industrial automation network. While the term "100 GbE switch" refers to high-speed switches capable of handling data rates up to 100 gigabits per second (Gbps), industrial unmanaged switches typically operate at lower speeds, such as 1 Gbps, to meet the requirements of industrial applications. This makes Antaira’s gigabit switch line ideal for handling large amounts of data quickly and efficiently.
A 16-port network switch in an industrial context indicates that the switch has 16 individual ports available for connecting industrial devices. Each port serves as a point of connection for a network cable, enabling communication and data exchange between industrial equipment. An unmanaged switch in an industrial setting operates similarly to its counterparts in other environments. It is a plug-and-play device that requires no configuration or management. This simplicity of operation is essential in industrial applications, where ease of deployment and maintenance is crucial. A 1 Gb switch, also known as a Gigabit Ethernet switch, is commonly used in industrial networks to provide high-speed data transfer and improved network performance. These switches offer sufficient bandwidth to handle the demanding data requirements of industrial applications.
Industrial Managed switches, in contrast to unmanaged switches, provide advanced features like VLAN configuration, QoS prioritization, and remote management capabilities. However, in industrial environments, unmanaged switches are often preferred due to their ruggedness, reliability, and simplicity. Industrial networks may have unique requirements, and the straightforward connectivity provided by unmanaged switches is often sufficient for their needs.
In summary, industrial unmanaged Gigabit Ethernet switches are rugged network devices designed for use in harsh industrial environments. They operate at speeds of 1 Gbps, provide a fixed number of ports (such as 16 ports), and require no configuration or management. These switches offer reliable connectivity for industrial devices and are favored for their simplicity and robustness in demanding industrial automation networks. Antaira's industrial switches are designed to provide users with a seamless experience and uninterrupted connectivity.