Modular L3 Switch with 10G Ports

Suitable for networks requiring high performance and high data throughput

  • L3 industrial switch from Acceed with 48 GB ports and four 10G ports
    L3 industrial switch from Acceed with 48 GB ports and four 10G ports

The RGS-R9004GP layer 3 industrial switch from Acceed provides up to 48 gigabit ports and a further four 10G SFP ports (SFP+). Designed as a flexible, modular system for installation in IT switch cabinets, it combines sophisticated routing and switching functions. The switch comes with six module slots for up to 48 gigabit copper or fiberglass connections as well as four fixed 10G, SFP+ format connections. The modules with different connections can be used dependent on the requirements and work environment, thus achieving the optimum bandwidth cost-efficiently.

10 gigabits of speed, thermally optimized design and various assembly options

The RGS-R9004GP can offer a higher security level and more efficient management. Data packages are forwarded dynamically to their target IP address-based, even if the network consists of different domains or VLANs. The RGS-R9004GP supports static and dynamic routing, thus, the IP addresses are either managed manually or the switch learns and updates the routes automatically. The switch communicates with other layer 3 switches or routers via the RIP routing protocol which automatically identifies the best routing path for guaranteeing fast provision of data within a very short time.

Quick forwarding via the hardware, improving network resilience and performance

The switch has a robust, fanless design for use in industrial environments and can support operating temperatures from 0 to 60 °C through its heat dissipation. Its power supply via two separate, integrated supply units with grid connection sockets from 100 to 240 VAC is redundant. Several redundancy protocols are available for the network. LEDs inform of the most important operating parameters at a glance. Last, it has overvoltage and reverse polarity protection.

Graduated in political sciences and international relations in Paris, Anis joined the team in early 2019. Editor for IEN Europe and the new digital magazine AI IEN, he is a new tech enthusiast. Also passionate about sports, music, cultures and languages. 

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