Dynamode 10/100 Ethernet Switch 5 Port - SW50010-D
- 5 Port D-link 10/100 Desktop Ethernet Switch UnmanagedCall for price
• The CP-500-10 switches provide dedicated fast data pipes on every switched port. These switches are ideal for direct 100Mbps speed access to application Servers. In duplex mode, workstations can access application servers ata congestion-free 200Mbps. Multiple duplex speed conversions can take place simultaneously between servers and workstations, dramatically reducing bandwidth contentions and performance bottlenecks.
• An individual CP-500-10 switched ports support auto-sensing dual speeds. these switches are ideal for use as workgroup segment switches for 10Mbps and 100Mbps shared media hubs, central switches for 10Mbps switches, or to provide direct connection to power users and application servers. Features • All ports support Auto-MD/MDIX Switch Function Switch mode: store and forward.
• Filtering rate: Line speed.
• Forwarding rate: Line speed.
• Address table: 2k entries.
• Queue Buffer: 512Bytes.
• Safety: FCC Class B, CE, RoHS.
• Input Power: 9Vdc, 600mA.
• Temperature/Humid: 0c-40c / 10%-95% Non Condensing.
|Total Network Ports||5 x Fast Ethernet 10/100|
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|Dimensions (WxHxD)||66 x 24 x 130 mm|
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- 12 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 1 months
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