Direct-Link industrial Ethernet switches support 802.3

Woodhead Industries, a division of Molex The Direct-Link Industrial Ethernet switches support both unmanaged and managed applications. Plug and play for easy installation, they support Ethernet 802.3 protocols and are available in configurations that support copper and fiber wiring. Packaged in a unique ergonomic shape rated for IP30 environments, the switches can be DIN rail or panel mounted.

04/01/2007



Woodhead Industries, a division of Molex

The Direct-Link Industrial Ethernet switches support both unmanaged and managed applications. Plug and play for easy installation, they support Ethernet 802.3 protocols and are available in configurations that support copper and fiber wiring. Packaged in a unique ergonomic shape rated for IP30 environments, the switches can be DIN rail or panel mounted. For DIN rail mounting, a dual clip system makes attachment quick and easy while the friction fit eliminates rattling. They control traffic using VLAN and IGMP. Diagnostics use RMON and Port Mirroring. Configure through local RJ45 configuration port or by a remote Web interface provided. www.woodhead.com





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