Turck adds more rugged Ethernet switches, managed, unmanaged

Turck rugged Ethernet switches include unmanaged models for 4- or 8-pin M12 twisted pair cable, and 4- and 5-pin 7/8-16UN power cable.

04/02/2010


 

 

Turck rugged, harsh duty Ethernet switches now include unmanaged models for 4- or 8-pin M12 twisted pair cable and 4- and 5-pin 7/8-16UN power cable.

Turck rugged, harsh duty Ethernet switches now include unmanaged models for 4- or 8-pin M12 twisted pair cable and 4- and 5-pin 7/8-16UN power cable.

Turck's line of rugged, harsh duty Ethernet switches has been updated to include unmanaged models that will support either 4- or 8-pin M12 twisted pair cable, as well as 4- and 5-pin 7/8-16UN power cable. The 4-pin switch is suitable for EtherNet/IPTMapplications with managed and unmanaged options. The 8-pin switch is suitable for standard Ethernet applications. The encapsulated switches are capable of information transfer and real-time I/O control in harsh duty locations. The switches support 10/100 Base-T with twisted pair Ethernet cable. The unmanaged switches are available with 5 or 9 ports, while the managed switch is available with 9 ports, one of which is used as a RS-232 configuration port. Switches are simple to set up by applying power and connecting devices to the ports. A managed switch supports IGMP, RSTP, SNMP and V-LAN and may be configured by the RS-232 serial configuration port or by an internal Web page. www.turck.us

For more from Control Engineering , see:

- Turck Quick-Disconnect Receptacle, certified explosion-proof ;
- RFID slice: Turck BL67 modular distributed I/O system has a Simple RFID (RFID-S) ; and
- Plug into Industrial Ethernet Protocols .
- Edited by Mark T. Hoske, editor in chief, Control Engineering , www.controleng.com.

 



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