MPL AG Newsletter March 2022
Swiss designed Rugged 10-port Gigabit Switch with two 10Gbit ports (copper and/or fiber)
The fanless μMAXBES comes with 8-ports 1Gbit and 2-ports 10Gbit speed. The open frame version offers lockable headers
for the 1Gbit ports. The 10Gbit ports can be equipped with RJ45 or SFP connectors. All ports have status LEDs,
indicating the activity and speed of each port.
The μMAXBES solution is extremely compact, its size is only 115x95x30mm (237 gram) and can be used as open frame
solution or in a MIL housing with connectors of your choice. Supply power is 5–36VDC and uses less than 6W (8x 1Gbit
copper links and 2x 10Gbit SFP+ fully operational). And 9W when using 10Gbit copper ports.
The product can be operated at -20°C to +60°C and optionally, an extended temperature version -40°C to +85°C is available.
For the fiber ports, most Ethernet compatible transceivers (acc. MSA) can be used. It allows the users to select
the appropriate transceiver for each link. In the same size as the SFP+ carrier, a copper RJ45 carrier is available.
The μMAXBES can be equipped with 2 carriers (2x copper or fiber, or 1 of each). The copper carrier supports 100Mbit,
1Gbit, 2.5Gbit, 5Gbit and 10Gbit. The SFP+ carrier supports 1Gbit and 10Gbit SFP.
As managed switch, the product gives access to various switch settings to configure features like: Quality of Service,
VLAN, Rapid Spanning Tree, to mention just a few. To adjust these switch settings, MPL provides an easy to use web interface.
Key features of the µMAXBES are:
- compact rugged 10-port switch
- two 10Gbit ports for fiber and copper interface
- copper or mixed copper/fiber carrier can be installed
- wide input 5-36VDC
- low power consumption 6-9 W at full operation
(8x 1Gbit & 2x 10Gbit)
- Fully manageable over Web interface or Telnet
- Fanless operation even with -40 to +85°C (fiber version)
- IEEE802.1AS gPTP support
For more information about the µMAXBES Switch, please visit www.mpl.ch/t2878.html or contact MPL AG directly.
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