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Lynx 400
The managed Lynx 400 fulfils the toughest industrial environmental requirements. The Fast Re-configuration of Networks Topology (FRNT) concept offers ultra fast reconfiguration (30 ms) of the network topology. The FRNT concept eliminates failures caused by network links and/or switches. Lynx 400 supports VLAN, IGMP Snooping and all Lynx 300. Management of the switches are easy and is done by the user in the Windows based IP Configuration tool. The tool is free and any of the Ethernet ports can be used for this purpose. Thus, no serial port is required for setting the configuration parameter on the switch. This means that the Lynx switch can be mounted and installed prior to configuration. High MTBF numbers makes it the choice for applications where temperature, vibration and insulation are critical parameters. Lynx switches are approved for industrial, maritime and railway use as well as for substation automation.
Lynx-400
 
  • FRNT v0: Single Ring topology
    • 30 ms reconfiguration of Redundant Ring
    • Up to 200 switches supported in a Ring
  • IP Configuration tool for configuration of:
    • Port setting (auto-negotiation, HDX/FDX and 10/100 Mbit/s)
    • Port alarm configuration.
  • Real time Ethernet:
    • QoS based on layer 2 (IEEE802.1p) and layer 3 (IP ToS)
    • Four priority queues
    • Strict priority scheduling
    • Head of Line blocking prevention for low priority packets
  • True industrial specification
    • Military design
    • Full metal housing
    • IP40
    • Wide temperature range (–40°C to +70°C)
    • Wide DC power range (19 to 60 VDC)
    • No moving parts or electrolytic capacitors
    • Low power consumption (Typical 5 W for no fiber version, 5,7 W for one fiber transceiver and 6.4 W for two fibertransceivers)
    • Redundant power input with polarity protection
    • Input Power Monitoring
    • High MTBF numbers
    • Approved for industrial, rail and marine use
  • VLAN
  • IGMP Snooping
  • Supports long cable 150 m (CAT5e)
  • User configurable fault contact
  • SNMP Management