The LMP-0600 series is a cost effective 6-port industrial PoE+ managed Ethernet switch that supports a 48~55 Vdc high-voltage power input. Each unit is designed with four 10/100 Tx Fast Ethernet ports that are IEEE 8023.at/af compliant (PoE+/PoE) and have a PoE power output of up to 30 W per port. In addition, there are two 10/100 Tx Fast Ethernet ports. The dual-power-input designed product series provides a reverse polarity, EFT, surge (2,000 Vdc) and ESD (6,000 Vdc) protection. There is also a built-in relay warning function to alert maintainers when power failures occur. The switch is suitable for applications requiring a high reliability, distance extension capability or any harsh environment flexibility.
This product series is pre-loaded with “Layer 2” network management software, supporting an ease-of-use Web Console or Telnet using a serial console with CLI configuration. These managed switches provide a redundant ring network function with RSTP and the ITU-G.8032 support, which eliminates the compatibility issue for any existing network concern. In addition, the built-in SNMP, VLAN, IGMP and QoS features support the network planners to increase data transmission performance within the network. The external USB 2.0 port allows users to export and save all the configuration settings. In addition, the port specific, customizable labeling feature allows network planners to name each connection port. This allows for easy remote management by being able to easily read field devices.
The IP30 rated LMP-0600 series units are compact, fanless and DIN-Rail/wall mountable. Each unit is built to withstand industrial networking hazards like shock, drop, vibration and electromagnetic interference (EMI). The unit also has temperature extreme version options for either a standard temperature range (-10 to 70° C) or an extended operating temperature range (-40 to 75° C). The model series measures 46 x 142 x 99 mm and weighs 1.3 lb.
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