Harting‘s unmanaged switches feature unlimited solutionsApril 15, 2015 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Flexible modules. Reliable performance. Unmanaged switches. These six words perfectly describe Harting‘s Ha-VIS eCon switches. The series now offers more than 200 new models with RJ45 and fibre optic cable ports to enable the efficient setup and expansion of Ethernet networks — ensuring that solutions are perfectly adapted to customers.
The Ha-VIS eCon 2000 and 3000 families allow users to react optimally to every spatial and application situation.
The unmanaged Ethernet switches from the Ha-VIS eCon 2000 family offer up to 16 fast Ethernet ports, and are also available in a seven-port full Gigabit version. This allows customers to expand or set up network infrastructures in a time-saving, economical way. Thanks to the extremely flat design, the switches can also be accommodated in installations where space is restricted towards the cable connection at the front. RJ45 and FOC ports are located on the front of the switches, allowing cables to be connected quickly and simply.
Unmanaged Ethernet switches from the Ha-VIS eCon 3000 family feature up to 10 fast Ethernet ports, and offer economical and fast options to expand or set up network infrastructures. Full Gigabit switches are available with up to seven ports for applications with high data throughput. The slim design of the switches also allows them to be positioned on the carrier rail with a very high packing density. Thanks to the DIN rail that is integrated in the housing, the switches can be swiftly and simply installed in the field, which consequently helps save money and time.
The Harting Technology Group is a global leader in connectivity solutions. Family owned and based in Germany, the company employs approximately 3,900 people globally across more than 40 subsidiaries and branch offices, including one in Saint-Laurent, Que. With production facilities in Europe, Asia and the United States, the company’s portfolio of connectivity solutions focuses on multiple levels, from the machine to the device and into the communication infrastructure.