New Robust Industrial Switches (DIS-200 series) Launched by D-Link

D-Link DIS-200G-12PSW

D-Link ANZ has launched the DIS-200G-12SW and DIS-200G-12PSW. These two new industrial-grade switches both sport a high EMC endurance design and smaller fan-less case. They are built to withstand a wide range of temperatures and harsh environments.

The DIS-200G-12PSW has the added advantage of being PoE-ready with a total PoE budget of 130W. That’s around 30W of power it can supply per port for PoE enabled devices such as wireless access points. Plenty of connectivity options as well with two 10/100/1000BASE-T ports and two SFP ports.

Both switches are housed in an IP30 rated case for protection from harsh weather environments. The fanless design also helps where wide temperature ranges are experienced.

D-Link has provided a great deal of flexibility with regards to installation of the 2 new switches. They can be DIN rail mounted, wall mounted or installed in a comms rack. A 6kV surge protection is featured on all copper ports to assist with preventing damage from sudden power surges and lightning strikes.

Main features and specifications include….

  • DIS-200G-12SW (12-Port Gigabit Industrial Smart Managed Switch w/ 10 1000BASE-T ports and 2 SFP ports):
    • 8 x Dedicated1000BASE-T ports
    • 2 x SFP / 2 1000Base-T Combo ports
    • Robust and high-redundancy design
    • DIN rail mountable
    • Fan-less, passive cooling design
    • High EMC endurance
    • 6kV surge protection on copper ports
    • Dual power input for PSU redundancy
    • Ethernet Ring Protection Switching (ERPS)
  • DIS-200G-12PSW (12-Port Gigabit Industrial Smart Managed PoE Switch w/ 10 1000BASE-T (8 PoE+) ports and 2 SFP ports):
    • 8 x Dedicated 1000BASE-T PoE+ ports
    • 2 x SFP / 2 1000base-T Combo ports
    • 130W PoE Budget, up to 30W per Port
    • Robust and high-redundancy design
    • DIN rail mountable
    • Fan-less, passive cooling design
    • High EMC endurance
    • 6kV surge protection on copper ports
    • Dual power input for PSU redundancy
    • Ethernet Ring Protection Switching (ERPS)

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