GarrettCom's Magnum 6KL Managed Edge Switch includes four 10/100Mb copper ports and six additional ports

GarrettCom's Magnum 6KL Managed Edge Switch is designed to bring fiber port configurability for managed networking capabilities all the way to the edge of industrial networks. The 6KL switch is an environmentally sealed 10-port Ethernet switch with an ambient temperature range of -40º C to 85º C.

The 6KL base unit includes four 10/100Mb copper ports (regular or PoE), plus up to six additional ports that can be combinations of Gigabit, 100Mb, and 10Mb fiber ports and copper ports.

The 6KL switch is packaged in a hardened, convection-cooled sealed metal box, with optional conformal coating, and offers EMI noise immunity. The 6KL switch can be ordered with power input choices that include: 24 V DC for factory floor; 48 V for tariffed carrier field facilities and for PoE-powered applications; 125 V or 250 V DC for power substations; worldwide AC for transportation; and 12 V DC for specialty vehicular applications. All DC power input choices are optionally available with dual-source.

The 6KL managed switch comes with GarrettCom’s MNS-6K managed network software that features support for Web and online security features, VLANs support, IGMP snooping and IGMP-L2 for managed multicast, port security, plus a choice of redundancy options including RSTP-2004 and Dual-Homing.

The 6KL Edge Switch has several agency approvals and compliance certifications, including: UL listing for safety, IEC61850 and IEEE1613 standards for power substations, NEMA TS-2 and TEES for use in traffic control systems outdoors, and NEBS L3 and ETSI compliance for telecom. The 6KL is designed to meet EN 50155 and EN 50121 railway standards, including vibration and shock requirements for transportation environments, and it meets European CE and RoHS requirements.

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