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New industrial Ethernet switches (2006-05-17)
Extended Temperature (-40ºC to 85ºC), ...

1. GarretCom Ethernet switches meet IEC 61850 requirements

GarrettCom's ethernet switches are compliant with environmental standards for networking devices installed in Electric Power Substations defined in IEC 61850 and  IEC 870-2-2.

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2. Dymec

Unlike products intended for office or telecommunication applications, DYMEC products are ruggedized to withstand the rigors of the hostile operating environments typically found in Power Utilities and Industrial applications. They are designed to operate reliably at temperatures ranging from -40*C to +85*C with a 20-year life design criteria at +85*C.

http://www.dymec.com/newsrelease.html
http://www.dymec.com/ethernethub.html?81,10

3. RuggedSwitch™

Features:

  • Fiber Optical Ethernet Switch Family
  • Utility Grade Ruggedness: IEEE C37.90 and IEC 60255
  • Extended Temperature (-40ºC to 85ºC)
  • Power Supply options: 24VDC, 48VDC, or 120-300 VDC (110/230 VAC)
  • 5, 8, 12 and 16 Port Configurations
  • DIN Rail or 19” Rack Mount

Applications:

  • UCA2.0 Substation LANs
  • Industrial Ethernet for the factory/plant floor
  • IEC 61850 Process Bus (100Mbps)

http://www.ruggedcom.com/

4. OnTime

http://www.ontimenet.com/index.htm

5. 8 Port IP67 Rated Ethernet Switch

Mount an EtherbusTM Industrial Switch directly onto a machine or a convenient wall in a harsh industrial environment...

More information on industrial Ethernet


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