Madison Technologies have announced the release of a full Gigabit unmanaged Ethernet switch, the Moxa EDS-G308. The Moxa EDS-G308 is equipped with 8 Gigabit Ethernet ports with up to two selectable fiber optic 100/1000M SFP modules for high level of data transmission.
The EDS-G308 series provides industrial grade features needed to withstand adverse conditions, such as -40° to 75°C operating range, redundant dual 12/24/48 VDC, 18 to 30 VAC inputs, and rugged fiber optic support. The Ethernet switches have the optimum balance of speed, cost, and long-term reliability, making it easy for users to upgrade highly demanding networks to full Gigabit speed, but without eliminating the existing 10/100M Ethernet networks.
The Moxa EDS-G308 comes with an innovative power-saving design that cuts power consumption. The power-saving design works by automatically detecting the link status, and reducing the power usage of ports that are idle.
The following are the features of Moxa EDS-G308 unmanaged Ethernet switch:
- 8 Gigabit Ethernet ports with up to 2 Gigabit SFP fiber-optic ports
- -40° to 75°C operating range (T models)
- Redundant dual 12/24/48 VDC, 18 to 30 VAC power inputs
- Relay warning for power failures and port breaks
- Innovative power-saving design cuts power consumption
Gigabit Ethernet backbones have emerged as the preferred high-speed network solution for demanding applications, such as traffic surveillance that require high-bandwidth networks. Moxa offers a wide range of Gigabit-enabled Ethernet switches that can be used to build a Gigabit backbone that connects video-over-IP equipment, Ethernet enabled devices, or other Ethernet switches to the control centre.
Gigabit Ethernet switches offered by Moxa include the EDS-828, a Layer 3 24+4G-port modular Ethernet switch, the EDS-728, a Layer 2 24+4G-port modular Ethernet switch, the EDS-518A, a standalone 16+2G-port Ethernet switch, the EDS-510A, a standalone 7+3G-port Ethernet switch, and the EDS-G308, a standalone full Gigabit 8G-port unmanaged Ethernet switch.