Unmanaged Ethernet switches

  • 15-Aug-2013 12:50 EDT

Omega’s OM-ESW-100 series is a range of compact, IEEE 802.3, layer-two network, unmanaged industrial Ethernet switches with automatic speed, duplex, and cable sensing. The switches’ robust construction makes them capable of withstanding environmental extremes for use in mission-critical applications. The Class I, Division 2 devices feature redundant power inputs, hardened metal enclosures, and 16-kV port protection. Each switch is capable of auto negotiating 10/100 Mbps and half/full duplex communications.

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