Blackbox Lbh240A-Hd-Ssc-24, Hardened Heavy-Duty Edge Switch

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Heavy-Duty Edge Switch, Hardened, (4) Copper + (2) Fiber Ports, Single-Mode, 24-VDC, SC, DIN Rail Mountable Quick Facts For industrial environments


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A sealed case resists contaminants such as dust, dirt, moisture, smoke, and insects

AC-powered switches feature 100- to 240-VAC power supplies

Available with many types of AC and DC power supplies

Because all three types work together seamlessly, you can use the inexpensive Standard Switches in protected office environments and choose the more robust Hardened or Extreme Heavy-Duty Edge Switches for harsh locations at your network's edge

DC-powered units have internal screw terminals for connecting DC power

Feature two fiber ports and four copper ports to expand your network

Further Details Two sets of LEDs enable you to see status information from the front, top, or side

Ideal for use in dusty or dirty environments, Hardened Heavy-Duty Edge Switches are tough, 6-port Ethernet switches that enable you to expand your network into harsh factory floor environments

In addition to being robust, Hardened Heavy-Duty Edge Switches are available with an array of interface and power options

Include Link-Loss-Learn LLL feature for fast network recovery

Multiple power options

RJ-45 ports support autonegotiation, so you can easily attach any 10- or 100-Mbps device

Support VLAN tagging and spanning tree passthrough

Support both half- and full-duplex operation

The switches featured here are our Hardened models, but we also offer Standard and Extreme versions of our Heavy-Duty Edge Switches

They're also rated for a temperature range of -13 and 140 176 F -25 and 60 176 C , and their sturdy, metal case functions as a heat sink so no internal airflow is needed for cooling

This is where Heavy-Duty Edge Switches from Black Box come in

Tough steel case

Unlike the Ethernet switches in your wiring closet or computer center, the Ethernet switches at the edges of your network have to put up with the bumps and dirt that happen out in the real world

You can even provide redundant power input with the optional Dual-Source Cable Kit.

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