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AMG9HLM-8G-2S

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AMG9HLM-8G-2S Slide 1
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8 x 10/100/1000TX & 2 x 1000T SFP, -40°C to +75°C. Industrial Managed Switch with SNMP and ERPS; with CLi, SFPs NOT INCLUDED.
The AMG Industrial Managed Ethernet range of switches are designed for medium to large network environments to strengthen network connections. The entire range offers unique features which will prove of huge benefit when implementing IP-based, integrated security systems.
The switch meets all the relevant industry standards for Ethernet. Including full Layer 2 Full Management features, the AMG9HLM-8G-2S has the benefit of redundant ring technology STP, RSTP, MSTP or ERPS as well as advanced VLAN features. IGMP v1/v2/v3 support allows for greater control of Multicast traffic across the network. Advanced security features allow for greater control of access to management features as well as network devices.
Key Features
Managed Managed
8x 10/100/1000M 8x 10/100/1000M
2x 1000M SFP 2x 1000M SFP
12-48VDC, 17W 12-48VDC, 17W
DIN Rail DIN Rail
-40°C to +75°C -40°C to +75°C


Features & Benefits
Associated Parts
Documents
Features & Benefits
  • Layer 2 Full Managed Software Features
  • Compliant with all IEEE 802.3 variants (u/ab/x/z)
  • Dual Speed SFP slot can support either multimode or singlemode SFPs
  • 10/100/1000BaseT copper port can support full/half-duplex, autonegotiation, auto-MDI/MDIX eliminating need for RJ-45 crossover cables
  • STP, RSTP, MSTP and ERPS(optional) supported
  • IGMP v1/v2/v3, SNMP v1v/v2c/v3, VLAN, LACP, LLDP
  • 802.1X, TACAS+, ACL
  • Console port
  • DIN-rail mount
    Additional Information can be found on the associated Datasheet.
  • Spec Overview
    Associated Part:
    AMG2004
    15Vdc, 24W Power Supply, DIN-Rail mounting. Suits all AMG9000 products except PoE, -40°C to +61°C, power derated between 61°C & to 71°C
    Documents
    Document Date Added File Type Download
    Datasheets
    AMG Industrial Managed Switch Datasheet D24196-17.pdf October 04, 2016 PDF