Gigabit Ethernet switches,16-port

Cost-effective and flexible: 16-port full Gigabit Ethernet in the most compact spaces
Optimised and developed for use in harsh industrial environments

Smaller, faster, more efficient – these are the new Plug & Play Full Gigabit Ethernet switches from HARTING

Smaller, faster, more efficient – these are the new Plug & Play Full Gigabit Ethernet switches from HARTING. Thanks to the world's flattest and slimmest 16-port Ethernet switches, configuring additional communications infrastructure within production facilities is fast, cost-effective and flexible. The switches’ extremely compact design means space requirements in the switch cabinet become minimal.

The rapidly growing number of Ethernet-capable field devices with high bandwidth requirements requires an equally increasing number of ports for Ethernet switches. Boasting 16 RJ45 Full Gigabit ports, the new variants of the Ha-VIS eCon family provide the perfect solution for this requirement.

Optimised and developed for use in harsh industrial environments, the “unmanaged” Ethernet switches enable the cost-effective expansion of existing network infrastructures as well as the construction of new industrial networks.

The extremely flat design permits the Ha-VIS eCon 2000 Switches to also be deployed in installations where installation space is limited in the direction of the front-side cable connection. Thanks to their slender design, HARTING’s Ha-VIS eCon 3000 switches permit very high packing density on the DIN rail.

With over 200 switch models, users have the ability to choose the combination of features and port combinations that perfectly fits the application at hand. Both of the compact, space-saving housing designs guarantee the best possible use of existing space in the switch cabinet.

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