DITEK's DTK-SW8IND was designed to give you the network connections and device power you need in harsh industrial environments. This unmanaged switch features eight autosensing Gigabit Ethernet PoE+ ports and two SFP ports, providing plenty of performance for the devices in your network. With its rugged, IP40-rated metal case and fanless design, the DTK-SW8IND operates reliably and quietly, even in extreme temperatures.
Provides power and data connections for up to eight PoE network devices
Eight 10/100/1000 Mbps auto-sensing ports that automatically detect optimal network speeds
Two small form-factor pluggable GBIC module slots (SFP)
IEEE 802.3x flow control for full duplex
Supports jumbo frames up to 9.6 kyBytes
LEDs provide positive indication for power, link/activity, PoE and SFP
Fanless design ideal for silent operation
DIN-rail mounting bracket included
Requires separate DC industrial power supply (not included)
Effectively increases available bandwidth on your network
Features 8 networking ports to easily establish a local network or expand your existing one
DC power source for required power supply to ensure maximum efficiency
With leading Layer 2 support, experience enhanced convenience, secure business operations, and a borderless network experience
DIN Rail Mountable form factor for your convenience and simplicity of usage
The unmanaged switch provides a quick, easy and cost-saving way to add wired networking to your home, office or small business; no intervention needed
Up to 10x faster than standard Ethernet server connectivity while providing high-performance uplinks
Supports cost-efficient twisted pair cables for high-speed data transfer up to 100 meters
Name: DITEK DTK-SW8IND 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet PoE+ Industrial Switch, auto-sensing Gigabit Ethernet PoE+ ports and two SFP ports, DITEK Corporation, DITEK
Category: DITEK, Data Comm & Networking, Hubs, Routers & Switches, Network Switches
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