8-port Gigablte Unmanaged Industrial Ethernet Switch
Main Features
  • Supports IEEE 802.3az, Energy Efficient Ethernet standard -Automatically powers down ports that have no link -Budgets power output for different Ethernet cable length
  • Support IEEE 802.1p QoS- VIP port setting -Ensures time sensitive data gets delivered efficiently, even during bursts of high data traffic. -Ensures video streaming through switch with high priority.
  • Supports 9,216 Byte Jumbo Frames
  • Supports redundant 12 ~ 48 VDC power input and P-Fail relay
  • In Loop detection

Power SupplyPower Input12 ~ 48 VDC, redundant dual inputs
InterfacePorts Number8
GeneralCertificationsUL 60950-1, CAN/CSA-C22.2 No.60950
Ethernet Connectors8 x RJ45, 6-pin removable screw terminal (power & relay)
MountingDIN-rail, Wall
I/OTransmission DistanceEthernet : Up to 100m
Transmission SpeedUp to 1000 Mbps
Operating SystemTemperature (Operating)-10 ~ 60°C (14 ~ 140°F)
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EKI-3728-AEETHERNET DEVICE, 8-port Gigabit Unmanaged Industrial Switch

The EKI-3725/3728 are a new generation products with green Ethernet design. They feature green solutions that automatically adjust power consumption by detecting the link status and cable length. Designed with 1/2 "VIP" ports to get optimal bandwidth for media traffics through VIP ports users can experience better performance of multimedia streaming preferred through prioritized bandwidth setting. The devices come with compact metal and plastic housing that is IP40 rated to protect against dusty industrial environments. The wide power input power (8.4 to 52.4 VDC) is dedicated to operate in areas of unstable power and rugged environments. It also provides an event alarm and in the event of a power failure and connection loop, the intergrated LED will activate the alarm to notify administrators.

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