10Gbps Industrial Ethernet Switch
The Case Communications PIXE 12T-4SX-G is a new generation of layer 2 managed PoE / PoE+ switches, with 4 x 10Gbps ports (also capable of running 1.25 / 2.5 / 5Gbps), 8 10/100/1000 TX-RJ45 x PoE / PoE+ ports and 4 x 10/100/1000Mbps TX-RJ 45 ports.. The PIXE 12T-4SX G supports ring technology in the form of STP and RSTP and also G.8032 (ERPS) with the ability to supress Broadcast Storms.
The PIXE 12T 4SX G is equipped with high levels of security and quality of service policy, and it also supports VLANS, port mirroring, and port data rate limiting.
The PIXE 12T 4SX G is managed via a CLI, Telnet, SSH a Web Interface or SNMP.
The PIXE 12T 4SX G operates without fans from -40C to +75C and operates from a 48vdc power supply.
The PIXE 12T 4SX –G with its 8 x PoE Ports is an ideal switch to provide Wi-Fi Access Points, provide access to IP Phones or CCTV devices. Using the embedded security , the users can work with confidence and authorised users can have access to the network and network devices.
|Product Number||PIXE 12T 4S MX-G|
|Connector Types||8 x 10/100/1000Base-T PoE / PoE+ Ports.
4 x 10/100/1000Base-T Ports
4 x 10G (1.25 / 2.5 / 5G) SFP Slots
|Network Media||10Base-T: Cat 3/4/5 UTP (<100m)
100Base-TX: Cat 3/4/5 or more UTP (<100m)
1000Base-TX: Cat 3/4/5 or more UTP (<100m)
|Switching Capacity||130.94 Million packets per second (64 Byte)|
|Layer 2 Switching|
|Spanning Tree||Standard Spanning Tree 802.1d|
|Rapid Spanning Tree||Rapid Spanning tree (RSTP) 802.1w|
|G.8032 ERPS||Ring protection for rapid self-healing|
|Aggregation||LACP ( Link Aggregation Control Protocol ) IEEE 802.3ad
Up to 8 Groups
Up to 16 ports per group
|DHCP Snooping |
|Prevents unauthorised configuration and use of IP Addresses, while also supporting IP Source Guard and ARP Detection|
|IGMP v1 / v2 snooping||IGMP Limits bandwidth-intensive multicast traffic to only the requester. Support for 1024 multicast groups|
|SSH (Secure Shell)||SSH v1 and v2 are supported to provide secure Telnet to the switch|
|HTTPS (SSL) Secure Sockets Layer||SSL encrypts the http traffic, allowing advance secure access to the browser-based management GUI in the switch|
IP Source Guard
|Locks MAC Addresses to ports, and limits the number of learned MAC Addresses
Prevents traffic on a LAN from being disrupted by a broadcast, multicast or unicast storm on a port
|VLANS||Support for up to 4,0000 simultaneous VLANS out of 4096 VLAN ID’s
Port Based VLANS
802.1Q tag-based VLANS
|ACL’s||Supports up to 2566 entries. Drop or rate limitation based on source and destination MAC, VLAN ID or IP Address, protocol, port, differentiated Services Code Point (DSCP) / IP precedence, TCP/ UDP Source and destination ports, 802.1p priority, Ethernet Type, ICMP, IGMP packets, TCP Flags|
|Quality of Service|
|Hardware Scheduling||Support for 8 Hardware queues
8 COS Queues per port strict priority and weighted round robin (WRR)
|Classification||Port based: 802.1P (PCP) VLAN Priority|
|Rate Limiting||Ingress Policies: egress shaping and rate control per VLAN Port and flow based|
|Management tools||Web / SSL / Telnet / SSH, Ping / Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) port and flow based|
|Web GUI Interface||Switch configuration utility for browser-based device configuration (HTTP / HTTPS). Supports configuration, system dashboard, maintenance and monitoring|
|Dual Image||Provides independent primary &secondary Files for backup while upgrading|
|Firmware upgrade||Web browser upgrade (HTTP / HTTPS) and TFTP. Upgrade through console port as well|
|Port Mirroring||Traffic on one port can be mirrored to another for analysis using an analyser or RMON Probe. Any port can be mirrored to a single destination port|
|Other management||Single IP management: HTTP / HTTPs: SSH, RADIUS, DHCP Client; SNTP; cable diagnostics; ping, syslog; Telnet client (SSH Secure support)|
|Link detection||Compliant with IEEE 802.3az Energy Efficient Task Force.
Gigabit RJ 45 port when detecting link down or idle goes to hibernation mode.
Active mode resumed automatically without loss of data
|Cable length detection||Adjusts the signal strength based on the cable length. Reduces the power consumption for shorter cables|
|Jumbo Frames||Frame sizes up to 9KB on the Gigabit Interfaces|
|MAC Table||Up to 16K MAC Addresses.|
|Link Layer discovery protocol (LLDP)||Used by network devices to advertise their identities, capabilities to their neighbours on an Ethernet Network|
|PoE Standards||PoE Power Per Port: 30 Watts by default, can be changed via the manager|
|PoE Ports||End Span (Mid-Span optional)|
|Dimensions||165 x 148 x 54mm|
|Operating Temperature||-40C ~ +75C|
|Installation||Default DIN Rail, Wall Mounting bracket also included|
|Input Voltage||48vdc wired to an terminal block|
|Switch Consumption||48vdc initial power up: 60 watts
48vdc Operational: 15 watts.
PoE 30 watts per port
For more information please contact Case Communications