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Publication Date: 05/1/2008
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Schweitzer Intros Five-Port Ethernet Switch
Five-port Ethernet switch.
Pullman, WA — Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Inc. has introduced its SEL-2725 Five-Port Ethernet Switch. The new switch is an unmanaged, Ethernet edge switch and media converter, with four wired ports and one fiber-optic port. It can be used to build reliable, safe Ethernet networks in electrical substations, generating plants, industrial plants, and other mission-critical sites.
The switch permits connecting the Ethernet ports of up to four devices in the same cabinet or panel to an SEL-2725, using Category 5 shielded, twisted-pair (STP) cable. The fiber-optic port can be used with fiber-optic cable to safely link the unit to a station Ethernet network.
The versatile SEL-2725 is a tough, reliable solution for a wide variety of industrial and electric utility applications, according to the company. It withstands vibration, electrical surges, electrostatic discharge, fast transients, and extreme temperatures. It meets or exceeds IEEE 1613 (Class 2) standards for communications networking devices and drops no packets throughout this rigorous testing.
Contact: Schweitzer Engineering Laboratory, Inc., 2350 NE Hopkins Court, Pullman, WA 99163-5603
509 332-1890 fax: 509-332-7990 Web:
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