Gigabit Ethernet Switch | VS8
The VS8 is a managed eight (8) port gigabit ethernet ports designed for harsh environments that demand systems with scaled down footprints, reduced power consumption and weight constraints. The micro circular connectors provide an easy and cost effective solution for connection with network ports, RS-232 and power GUI management access, and a wide range DC voltage input. Specified for military platforms such as ground vehicles, aircraft, and unmanned vehicles, the featherweight compact VS8 delivers a powerful feature package capable of securely managing a complex GbE network under all environmental conditions specified in MIL-STDs-461, 810, 1275 and DO-160.
This SWaP enhanced L2 switch distributes data with carrier grade features such as IPv4/IPv6 multicast traffic routing between virtual LANS, RSTP, and MSTP support, QoS user priority, link aggregation, input priority mapping, port control, and authentication per 802.1, Web/CLI, and ACLs. With a fully sealed enclosure, the VS8 is a perfect solution for environments subject to temperature extremes, dust, water, shock, and vibration.
- (8) Port Gigabit Ethernet Ports, RS-232 and Power
- MIPS CPU with DDR-2 Memory
- DMA-based Frame Extraction, Performance Monitoring, Ethernet OAM
- IPv4/IPv6 Multicast, QoS Prioritization, Link Aggregation (Static and LACP), QCL, Port VLAN (Static), Port Isolation (Static), IGMPv2 Snooping, Loop Guard, RSTP, STP
- Management – Web Interface, RS-232, API, HTTP, Syslog, SNMPv3, CLI, DHCP Client
- Port Indicator LEDs
- Designed to MIL-STD-461, 810, 1275 and DO-160
|System I/O||(8) GbE Ethernet Ports, RS-232, Power|
|Housing||Milled Aluminum, Black Hard Anodized|
|Mount Option||M4 Mount|
|DC Power Input†||28 VDC (18-33 VDC) (per MIL-STD-1275)|
|Power Conditioning||Protected against Internal Short Circuit, Load Dump, Over Voltage and Reverse Polarity|
|Operating Temperature||-40°C to 71°C (-40°F to 160°F)|
|Storage Temperature||-54°C to 71°C (-65°F to 160°F)|
|MIL-STD-461||EMI||MIL-STD-810||Method 511; Explosive Atmosphere|
|MIL-STD-810||Method 500; Altitude||MIL-STD-810||Method 512; Immersion|
|MIL-STD-810||Method 501; I & II; High Temperature||MIL-STD-810||Method 513; Acceleration|
|MIL-STD-810||Method 502; I & II; Low Temperature||MIL-STD-810||Method 514; Procedure I, II, V, VI; General Vibration|
|MIL-STD-810||Method 503; Temperature Shock||MIL-STD-810||Method 516; Procedure I, Functional Shock|
|MIL-STD-810||Method 506; Rain||MIL-STD-810||Method 520; Temp, Humidity, Vibe and Altitude|
|MIL-STD-810||Method 507; Humidity||MIL-STD-1275||Vehicle Power Requirements|
|MIL-STD-810||Method 508; Fungus||MIL-STD-1472||Thermal Contact Hazard|
|MIL-STD-810||Method 509; Salt/Fog||DO-160||Section 17 Voltage Spike; Section 22 Lightning Tran-
sient; Section 25, Electrostatic Discharge
|MIL-STD-810||Method 510; Blowing Sand and Dust||MIL-A-8625||Standard Finish, Type III (Class 1 & 2)|
* – Please note cables are not included.
*- The power range specified covers momentary environmental fluctuations generally found in a mobile environment while display is operating. For power initialization and continual operation, nominal voltages are required.