ICP Germany presents with the IGS-P9164 series managed Gigabit Ethernet switches, which are especially suitable for power supply and railroad applications. The switches meet the requirements of IEC 61850-3 and Railway EN50155 standards.
The IGS-P9164 series supports redundant ring networks such as O-ring, open-ring and O-chain and is compatible with MSTP (RSTP/STP) Ethernet redundancy. Recovery time is less than 30ms with 250 devices connected. Supporting IEC 62439-2 MRP (Media Redundancy Protocol) and IEEE 1588v2 clock synchronization, as well as IPV6 protocol version, Modbus TCP protocol, HTTPS/SSH protocols for network security, IEEE 802.3az Energy-Efficient Ethernet technology, SMTP client and NTP server protocols, LLDP protocol, and many more features, this switch provides a reliable and efficient network solution.
In addition, the IGS-P9164 series features a rugged IP-30 chassis design and supports DIN rail and wall mounting. With IP-based bandwidth management, application-aware QoS management, device binding security function, DOS/DDOS prevention, IGMP v2/v3 (IGMP snooping support), SNMP v1/v2c/v3 & RMON & 802.1Q VLAN network management, ACL, TACACS+ and 802.1x user authentication for security and 9.6K bytes jumbo frame, the switch provides an ideal solution for all industrial network requirements. It is configured via a web-based, Telnet, console (CLI) and Windows (Open-Vision) utility.
The IGS-P9164 series supports dual power input from 12 to 48VDC and can therefore continue to operate in the event of a power failure using a redundant power supply.
Industrial 20-Port Managed Gigabit Ethernet Switch
- 16x 10/100/1000Base-T(x) ports
- 4×100/1000Base-X SFP ports
- IEC 61850 standard
- Railway Standard EN50155
- IEEE 802.3az Energy-Efficient Ethernet technology
- Ethernet redundant support with O-RING, Open-Ring and O-Chain
- IPv6, Modbus TCP, HTTPS/SSH SMTP, NTP, IGMP, etc.
- Temperature range: -40°C ~ 70°C
- Control and monitoring of power distribution systems
- Network technology
- Machine communication
- Special machine construction