Connexium Connecting Ethernet Devices Page 20 ConneXium unmanaged switches

20 References Description Interfaces Reference Weight kg/ lb ConneXium unmanaged switches 5 x 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX ports (copper cable), shielded M12 type D connectors, IP67 TCSESU051F0 0.210/ 0.462 8 x 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX ports (copper cable), RJ45 shielded connectors, IP20 499NES18100 0.230/ 0.507 Description With connectors at both ends Length m/ ft Reference Weight kg/ lb IP67 power supply cables (forConneXiumswitch TCSESU051F0 ) Female M12 straight connector 2/ 6.56 XZCP1164L2 5/ 16.40 XZCP1164L5 Female M12 elbowed connector 2/ 6.56 XZCP1264L2 5/ 16.40 XZCP1264L5 IP67 power supply connectors (forConneXiumswitch TCSESU051F0 ) Female M12 straight connector XZCC12FDM50B Female M12 elbowed connector XZCC12FCM50B ConneXium unmanaged switches, twisted pair Presentation Switches are used to increase the limits of architectures based on hubs or transceivers, by separating collision domains. Higher layer communication is provided between the ports, and collisions at link layer are not propagated (filtering). They therefore improve performance by better allocation of the bandwidth due to the reduction of collisions and network load. Certain ConneXium switch models also enable redundant architectures to be created on a twisted pair copper ring or fiber optic ring. Unmanaged switches are plug and play devices that do not need to be configured by the user. Certain models can also be managed remotely via SNMP or HTTP protocols for monitoring and diagnostic purposes. DTE 100 Mbps iber optic ring Collision domain 1 Collision domain 2 Collision domain 3 499NES18100 TCSESU051F0 Selection guide: page 2 Presentation, references Ethernet network Wiring system ConneXium unmanaged switches

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