Wednesday 19 January 2022

Ethernet switches.

The expansion of its networking infrastructure portfolio has been announced by Antaira Technologies with their LMP-1600G-M12-67-24 Series of 16-port fully managed gigabit Ethernet switches providing 10/100/1000 Base-T(X) Ethernet connectivity, including models with PoE+ to deliver up to 30W of power to devices per port.

Ideal for hostile plant deployments requiring robust M12 connections, these new Light Layer 3 switches offer industrial-grade dependability, coupled with the scalability to adapt to evolving network connectivity needs for future-proof installments. In addition to the M12 connections, the switches are IP67-rated for extreme reliability in areas subject to high vibration and shock, water, and dust. Plus, being able to operate in a normal temperature range of -10°C to 65°C or an extended range of -40°C to 70°C (LMP-1600G-M12-67-24-T), the switches can be installed in almost any adverse environment. Designed to optimize the uptime of industrial systems, the switches also feature G.8032 ERPS v2 protocol for rapid detection and recovery time if a link or node fails, in the order of 50 ms to the network.

Antaira LMP-1600G-M12-67-24 switches offer 24 to 55VDC redundant power inputs through a 5-pin M12 K-coded male connector. Total power of 240W is available for supplying up to sixteen 802.3af (PoE) and 802.3at (PoE+) devices, while built-in fault tolerance ensures against PoE system or PD overloads thanks to the PSE management system. In the event of a complete power failure, the switches incorporate bypass technology to keep data communication flowing even if the switch is offline.

Engineered to unleash all the possibilities and benefits of the Industrial IoT, the switches deliver 148,800pps for fast packet switching with store and forward technology, along with auto-negotiation speeds, full/half-duplex mode, and auto MDI/MDI-X connections. Because preventing cyber attacks is mission-critical, the LMP-1600G-M12-67-24 Series supports Multi-user account, IGMP, GVRP, VLAN, QoS, SNMP, RADIUS, TACACS+, Aggregation (Static, LACP), SSH, SSL, and IP source guard to place an emphasis on establishing the most secure network environment.

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