EtherWAN Systems releases a new set of unmanaged switches, offering a wide range of 8-port Ethernet switches selection
EtherWAN Systems just added EX32008 and EX42008 series to their 8-port unmanaged Ethernet switch family. With slim form factor, the EX32008 and EX42008 offer compact and economic Ethernet connectivity solutions.
One 100BASE-FX port with SC, ST and WDM options are available from EtherWAN's new EX32008 and EX42008 series. They feature IEEE802.3az Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE) standard, and IEEE802.1p Quality of Service (QoS) technology, supporting 2 priority markings carried in Virtual Area Network (VLAN) tags. On the top and bottom sides of EX32008 and EX42008 series is a 3-pin relay with normal open/close support, and a DIP-switch for turning on /off alarms for each port. Therefore, a port failure can be detected and reported immediately on site. The compact sizes of these switches allow easy installations and replacements of existing devices on the shelf.
EtherWAN's unmanaged switches are plug-n-play and ready to use, without configuration hassles.
When more fiber optic ports are required, EtherWAN’s EX43026 and EX94026 are equipped with 2 fiber ports to fulfil the mission; the EX94000 series are sustainable with high ESD and hazardous locations with ISA12.12.01/ATEX compliance. Furthermore, EtherWAN’s EX47000 series allows even more sophisticated connectivity up to 6 fiber optic ports with IEC61850-3 and EN50121-4 compliance for high EMI or railway applications.
EtherWAN's 8-port unmanaged switches are designed for industrial or harsh environments with extended operating temperature range.