5 Port Gigabit Industrial Unmanaged Switches
The DIS-100G-5SW Gigabit Industrial Unmanaged Switches are equipped with a variety of port combinations including 10/100/1000BASE-T, and SFP ports. These switches feature a robust design making them ideal for deployment in industrial and outdoor cabinet surveillance settings, capable of withstanding the harshest environments. In addition, the DIS-100G-5SW are Plug-and-Play, allowing for effortless and swift deployment.
– 4x 10/100/1000BASE-T ports
– 1x SFP port
– IEEE 802.1q Quality of Service (QoS) with 4 hardware queues per port
– Durable IP30-rated housing
– Wide operating temperature (-40 ~ 75 °C)
– High EMC endurance
– Dual power input for redundant power supplies
High EMC endurance, fanless design, and a wide operating temperature range combined with an IP30 housing to withstand harsh operating environments.
Plug-and-Play compact form factor design that supports multiple mounting options to allow for flexible and swift deployment.
Durable, Reliable, and Efficient
The DIS-100G-5SW switch is housed in a highly resistant IP30-rated metal casing to protect the switches from harsh environmental conditions. The high electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) protects the DIS-100G-5SW from unwanted effects when operating in environments with strong electromagnetic interference. Meanwhile, the fanless design extends the life of the DIS-100G-5SW while also being able to operate in a wide temperature range from -40 °C up to 75 °C. For increased flexibility, the DIS-100G-5SW can also be mounted on a DIN rail or conveniently mounted on a solid surface wall. In addition, the DIS-100G-5SW supports dual power input which allows for a redundant power supply configuration to make sure the switches continue to operate in the event of a primary power supply failure.
Green Ethernet Technology
The DIS-100G-5SW features green technology, including IEEE 802.3az Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE), link status detection, and cable length detection. Energy Efficient Ethernet reduces the power consumption of the switches when network utilization is low, effectively lowering the cost of ownership during periods of inactivity. Link status detection automatically powers down ports when there is no link detected, saving power when the connected device has been shut down or disconnected. Cable length detection automatically adjusts the power output of the port based on the length of the cable, reducing the power requirements of the switch to only what is necessary for the installation.