D-Link expands industrial gigabit switch range

D-Link has expanded its range of DIS Series Industrial Gigabit Switches with the DIS-100G Series, consisting of the DIS-100G-5SW 5-Port Unmanaged Industrial Switch and the DIS-100G-5PSW 5-Port Unmanaged PoE Industrial Switch.  

The DIS Series of Industrial Gigabit Switches offer a solution for demanding indoor and outdoor industrial network applications, including factory automation and Intelligent Transportation Systems.

All PoE and non-PoE Ethernet ports on the DIS Series feature embedded 2kV or 6kV surge protection. This helps protect the switches against sudden electrical surges caused by events such as lightning strikes or unstable electrical current. 

To accommodate outdoor employments, all DIS Series switches are housed in durable, industrial grade enclosures with IP30 rated ingress protection. 

The DIS Series provides cold start capability in environments with temperatures as low as -40°C with full-load operation at up to 75°C.

All switches in the DIS Series support dual power inputs to provide power redundancy, ensuring the network keeps running in the event of a power failure. 

The DIS-200G Series also supports Auto-Surveillance VLAN 2.0 which automatically segments and prioritises surveillance data, further simplifying the deployment of IP surveillance infrastructure when combined with PoE.

The DIS-100G-5PSW is available for $649.95, the DIS-100G-5SW is available for $499.95, the DIS-200G-12PSW is available for $2,599.95, and the DIS-200G-12SW is available for $1,449.95.

For more information, visit www.dlinkbusiness.com.au. 

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