New unmanaged Ethernet switches from Moxa offer a compact footprint as small as a credit card.
The EDS-2000-EL and EDS-2000-ML Series create a new lineup of industrial unmanaged Ethernet switches with options for 5 to 18 ports, and Gigabit combo ports to reliably connect more nodes and at higher bandwidths.
These industrial unmanaged Ethernet switches, featuring Quality of Service (QoS) and Broadcast Storm Protection (BSP) by DIP switch, also allow field-site engineers to easily expand reliable networks with plug-and-play simplicity.
The more data points users can connect, the more insights they can leverage. Therefore, the need for rapid and reliable network expansion is crucial to enhancing operational efficiency for industrial applications. With their compact design and rich features that enhance reliability, the EDS-2000-EL and EDS-2000-ML Series have been design specifically for a wide variety of industrial applications.
The EDS-2000-EL Series is an entry-level unmanaged switch for general automation that is almost as small as a credit card, so it can fit in any industrial cabinet, but is still jam-packed with feature sets, such as QoS and BSP, to ensure reliable Ethernet connectivity.
With the same features as the EDS-2000-EL Series, the EDS-2000-ML Series is a mainstream-level unmanaged switch for mission-critical automation that is designed with greater versatility, instant relay alarms, flexible mounting options, and dual power inputs to ensure greater reliability in the field. Furthermore, the EDS-2000-ML Series will also comply with industrial certifications for applications in key vertical markets.