• Layer 2+ managed switch with 16 (8*) ports of 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet over copper
• Built-in microcontroller for configuration and management
• 8K MAC addresses and 4K VLANs (IEEE 802.1Q), 8K IP multicast group support
• 8 priorities and 8 QoS queues per port with scheduling
• Rapid spanning tree protocol (RSTP) and MTSP**
• Operating temperature from -40 to +75 °C
• Shock handling up to 40g, Vibration up to 2.5g
• Complies with MIL-STD-810G
• Wide power supply voltage input from +5 to +34 (36*) V DC

The M-Max SW216 is a ruggedized 16-Port Gigabit Ethernet Layer 2+ Managed Switch providing reliable operation in tough environments including transportation (ground, rail, air and marine), agriculture, and mining and processing. It accepts a wide power supply voltage input, and is tested and guaranteed over temperature range of -40 to +75 °C. Its rugged enclosure is designed according to VITA75 footprint. The SW216 has sixteen 10/100/1000 Mbps copper twisted pair ports. Support for control and management is through web interface, and host processor access through a Command Line Interface (CLI).

* M-Max SW208
** M-Max SW216

  • Main features: Layer 2+ Managed Switch; Built-in microcontroller for configuration and management; 8K MAC addresses and 4K VLANs (IEEE 802.1Q); IPv4 and IPv6 multicast group support 8 priorities and 8 QoS queues per port with scheduling; Rapid spanning tree protocol (RSTP) and MTSP**
  • Connectors: 1x SNC 28-3/14 (Power), 16x (8x*) M12 X-coded (GbE), 1x RS-232** (Serial). All connectors are IP67
  • LAN: 16x (8x*) switched 10/100/1000 Base-T ports
  • Power: +5 to +34 (+36*) V DC (non-isolated). Power Consumption: 10.4 (5.4*) W (typical)
  • Optional Power Supply: External P/S 120 W 90…260 V AC (-40 to +85 °C, IP67); External P/S 50 W AC/DC for DIN-rail (-10 to +60 °C, IP20); External P/S 40 W 90…260 V AC (0 to +40 °C, IP40)
  • Enclosure: Aluminum enclosure, Passive cooling system (no fans)
  • Indication: Power ON, 16x (8x*) LAN activity
  • Mechanical (W x H x L): 203.2 x 38 x 188 mm (without end caps and connectors)
  • Weight: 1630 (1430*) g / 3.6 (3.15*) lbs
  • Operating Temperature: -40 to +75 °C Complies with MIL-STD-810G (High temp. method 501.5, Low temp. method 502.5, Procedure I, II)
  • Non-Operating Temperature: -40 to +85 °C
  • Humidity: Operating: 5 to 95 % at +25 °C, non-condensing
  • Vibration: Operating acceleration amplitude up to 2.5g. Complies with MIL-STD-810G (Method 514.6, Procedure I, Category 14)
  • Shock: Maximum peak shock acceleration up to 40g (11 ms). Complies with MIL-STD-810G (Method 516.6, Procedure V)
  • Dust/Moisture: IP66

MicroMax, founded in 1979, is an engineering company, designing specialized computer systems for mission critical applications, with customers in the transportation (rail, marine, air) & various industrial/ manufacturing enterprises. MicroMax also maintains offices in Russia. Representing over two dozen manufacturers of computer boards and specialized electronics for automation/control, enables MicroMax to offer the best prices, state of the art equipment, knowledge of the marketplace as well as the latest technological developments to our clients. •Extra durable ruggedized computers protected from dust, moisture and other environmental hazards designed to perform in all environments under almost any condition from the rigors of an offshore oil rig to the intense shock and vibration of a space shuttle. •Subsystems for Computer Based Interlocking (CBI)/Automatic Train Control (ATC) railroad applications, in full compliance with CENELEC SIL4 spec with extraordinary immunity to all kinds of disturbances. •On-board/field multifunction systems for use in harsh environments, with very high MTBF/MTBS •Design/production of customized enclosures for harsh environments including ATR type enclosures / systems for avionics •Rugged Embedded SBC designed and built with all components approved to operate in the -40°/+85°C range, with a high degree of shock/vibration protection and special conformal coating to protect boards from moisture and other corrosive substances, with a high MTBF

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