Ethernet switches need minimum space

EISB_M B-line Series of managed Ethernet switches provides up to 24 ports of connectivity in 1.75 in. of DIN-rail space.


EISB_M B-line Series of managed Ethernet switches provides up to 24 ports of connectivity in 1.75 in. of DIN-rail space. Switches can be scaled down to 16 or 8 ports depending on user application. Series comes in several models from all twisted-pair 8, 16, and 24-port versions to a mix of twisted-pair and fiber optic devices of the same port count in a rugged, aluminum enclosure. Multimode (850 nm) and single-1300 (1,300 nm) fiber optics are supported. Devices sup-port simple network management protocol (SNMP) and other management features such as VLAN, trunking, and Quality of Service.

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