Fanless IP40 rated 16 ports Layer 2 managed industrial switchs, operating temperature -40 to 85° C to satisfy any special needs of industrial automation, outdoor applications and harsh weather conditions.
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Tips: Industrial Ethernet switch troubleshootingCommon faults in industrial Ethernet switches are: fiber port breaks (ST port or SC port), LED lights are not lit, communication between devices is unstable, no response after the industrial switch is powered on and so on.The fiber port is broken: Generally, the fiber is broken when the fiber is accidentally stepped on during the debugging of the industrial Ethernet switch, and occasionally it is found to be broken during the transportation process.There is no response after the switch Ethernet port is connected to the device (the LED is not lit): Please confirm whether the connected device is powered. If it is a fiber port, please confirm whether the two optical ports of the interconnection match (100M%2F1000M, single mode %2F multimode), whether the fiber is good, whether the fiber matches the optical port (single mode %2F multimode), whether the fiber crosses connection. If you cannot solve the problem after eliminating the above reasons, please contact technical support.Unstable communication between devices: Check if the rate and duplex mode of the twisted pair port of the industrial switch match with the device. At present, the twisted pair ports of the new device support adaptive mode (100M full duplex), but the twisted pair ports of some older devices may be 10M half duplex, 100M half duplex or 100M full duplex. Change the working mode of the corresponding port of the switch to be the same as the device.The Ethernet port of the industrial switch is connected to the device and the LEDs are displayed normally, but cannot communicate with other devices: Check the VLAN settings of the industrial Ethernet switch.No response after the industrial switch is powered up: Check that the input voltage matches the rated operating voltage of the switch. Is the wiring correct?