High port density industrial Ethernet switches offer full gigabit performance

Paul Boughton
Moxa has launched the IKS-G6524 series of industrial-grade rackmount Ethernet switches supporting high-performance full Gigabit capability for centralised service of industrial networks.

The IKS-G6524 series high-port-density industrial Ethernet switches feature 24 Gigabit ports or up to 24 Gigabit SFP fibre connections operating at 10/100/1000 Mbps. The switches are suitbale for creating high-performance aggregative connectivity for networks that support bandwidth-hungry multimedia and video applications. Video, voice, and data streaming requirements will be transmitted over the network 'with ease', says Moxa. These industrial managed Ethernet switches deliver large bandwidth, SFP expansions, network redundancy technology, exceptional layer 2 management features, fanless design and a wide operating temperature range of -40 to 75°C, plus future proof protection of your industrial network.
The IKS-G6524 series full Gigabit switches are equipped with 24 Gigabit Ethernet ports to increase bandwidth and provide the ability to quickly transfer large volumes of traffic across a network, making the switches ideal for large-scale industrial networks. In addition, the IKS-G6524 series includes three versatile copper/fibre combinations with SFP choices for long distance connectivity and to guarantee a cost-effective solution between the core layer and the edge layer of your network.
To provide maximum reliability in demanding environments the switches support Moxa Turbo Ring, Moxa Turbo Chain, and RSTP/STP redundancy protocols. The switches are fanless, and come with an isolated redundant 110/220 VAC power supply to increase system reliability and the availability of your network backbone. The IKS-G6524 switches satisfy important industry-recognised standards, including EN 50121-4 for rail wayside applications, and UL 60650-1 for process automation applications, and ensure the highest level of durability and adaptability under harsh environmental conditions.
For more information, visit www.moxa.com

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