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Industrial Ethernet Switch For Connecting Ethernet Devices
Oct 13, 2017

Industrial Ethernet switch for connecting Ethernet devices: receiving a first data frame is sent by a device, and then transmit these frames to the appropriate switch ports connected to other Ethernet devices. As it passes these frames, it learns to master the location of the Ethernet device and use it to determine which ports to use to transmit frames, which helps reduce network usage. What kind of industrial Ethernet switches are most suitable for the current application you plant it? It really is a troubling thing, because of the need to consider many factors, such as work environment, the need for redundancy, network management and unmanaged, future Maintenance and scalability, and so on.

1, the working environment considerations: including the temperature range, EMC electromagnetic compatibility, protection class, installation and power supply. Industrial Ethernet switches are designed for environments that are not suitable for commercial switches, such as environments with extreme temperatures, high vibrations, and strong electromagnetic noise.

2, the choice of managed or unmanaged switches: If your network is simple, you can use unmanaged switches plug and play; if it is convenient for future maintenance may need to use Managed only Managed Switch can do in the ring Topology connection.

3, also need to meet the relevant industry standards: for example, marine switches shall conform to the structure of the ship; if the application is dangerous situations, will have to comply with the appropriate certification standards; rail and road transport industries also have their own standards.

Network management and non - network management

The task of a managed switch is to keep all network resources in good condition. Managed switch products provide a variety of network management methods based on Terminal Console, Web-based and Telnet remote login network.

Managed switches also have some advanced features that improve your network control capabilities. Like quality of service (QoS), virtual local area network (VLAN), port mirroring, IGMP Snooping, SNMP redundancy and other characteristics, usually have only managed switches, managed switches have the most advanced features.