Brainboxes SW Series Unmanaged Ethernet Switches

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Benefits of the Brainboxes SW Series Unmanaged Industrial Ethernet Switches up to 8 Ports

  • Unmanaged Ethernet switches for industrial applications.
  • Models with wide range redundant dual power input, models with PoE**.
  • Models with extended temperature range.

Brainboxes SW Serie Unmanaged Industrial Ethernet-Switches

The Brainboxes series SW are unmanaged industrial Ethernet switches with 4, 5 or 8 ports of 10 or 100 Mbps Ethernet/LAN (autodetect). The switches are available in three housing formats:

  • The SW-0xx are the standard, wall-mountable, IP30 models (optional DIN-rail mounting kit available). Their temperature range is -10...+60°C and their power supply range +5...+30 VDC.
  • Series SW-5xx are DIN-rail mountable industrial models with extended temperature range -40...+80°C and 2 redundant power supply connections.
  • These models SW-1xx are uncased for the integration into embedded/OEM applications.
  • The versions SW-7xx are hardened industrial versions with extended temperature range -40...+80°C and 2 redundant power supply connections.
  • All series include a version SW-x15 with highspeed rates up to 10/100/1000 Mbps. All series also include a version SW-x25 with PoE**.

Model Overview

Brainboxes SW-005, SW-008, SW-015 in Metal Wallmount Housing

ModelPortsEthernetDesign/HousingPowerTemperature
SW-0055, RJ4510/100 MbpsWall mount, optional DIN-rail mountable, IP30+5...+30 VDC-10...+60°C
SW-0088, RJ4510/100 MbpsWall mount, optional DIN-rail muntable, IP30+5...+30 VDC-10...+60°C
SW-0155, RJ4510/100/1000 MbpsWall mount, optional DIN-rail mountable, IP30+5...+30 VDC-10...+60°C

Brainboxes SW-504, SW-505, SW-508, SW-515, SW-525 in DIN-Rail Module Housing

ModelPortsEthernetDesign/HousingPowerTemperature
SW-5044, RJ4510/100 MbpsDIN-rail mountable, IP302x redundant +5...+30 VDC-40...+80°C
SW-5055, RJ4510/100 MbpsDIN-rail mountable, IP302x redundant +5...+30 VDC-40...+80°C
SW-5088, RJ4510/100 MbpsDIN-rail mountable, IP302x redundant +5...+30 VDC-40...+80°C
SW-5155, RJ4510/100/1000 MbpsDIN-rail mountable, IP202x redundant +5...+30 VDC-40...+80°C
SW-5255, RJ4510/100 MbpsDIN-rail mountable, IP202x redundant +44...+57 VDC; PoE** on ports 1 - 4-40...+70°C

Brainboxes SW-104, SW-105, SW-108, SW-115, SW-125 as OEM Card

ModelPortsEthernetDesign/HousingPowerTemperature
SW-1044, RJ4510/100 Mbps- (embedded OEM board)2x redundant +5...+30 VDC-40...+80°C
SW-1055, RJ4510/100 Mbps- (embedded OEM board)2x redundant +5...+30 VDC-40...+80°C
SW-1088, RJ4510/100 Mbps- (embedded OEM board)2x redundant +5...+30 VDC-40...+80°C
SW-1155, RJ4510/100/1000 Mbps- (embedded OEM board)2x redundant +5...+30 VDC-40...+80°C
SW-1255, RJ4510/100 Mbps- (embedded OEM board)2x redundant +44...+57 VDC; PoE** on ports 1 - 4-40...+70°C

Brainboxes SW-705, SW-708, SW-715, SW-725 as Extremely Rugged Industrial Version

ModelPortsEthernetDesign/HousingPowerTemperature
SW-7055, RJ4510/100 MbpsDIN-rail mountable, IP202x redundant +5...+30 VDC-40...+80°C
SW-7088, RJ4510/100 MbpsDIN-rail mountable, IP202x redundant +5...+30 VDC-40...+80°C
SW-7155, RJ4510/100/1000 MbpsDIN-rail mountable, IP202x redundant +5...+30 VDC-40...+80°C
SW-7255, RJ4510/100 MbpsDIN-rail mountable, IP202x redundant +44...+57 VDC; PoE** on ports 1 - 4-40...+70°C
SW-608 EOL*8, RJ4510/100 MbpsDIN-rail mountable, IP50, aluminum2x redundant +5...+30 VDC-40...+80°C

Included: Ethernet switch module, quick start guide.

* Obsolete. Replacement: SW-708.
**PoE = Power over Ethernet.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Question: Router - Switch - Hub - what is the difference?

Answer: You can think of an (Ethernet or USB) hub as a simple distribution socket. The hub connects devices in a star configuration without additional functions.
A repeating hub has an additional repeater function, i.e. it provides signal conditioning/amplification for further transmission.
With an external power supply, USB hubs can ensure that connected USB devices with supply via USB ("bus-powered" devices) are sufficiently supplied with power.

An (Ethernet) switch also connects devices in a star configuration, but works as a controller. Unlike a hub, a switch does not route data frames equally to all ports. Rather, it uses the learned addresses of the connected devices to decide to whom the frames are forwarded.

A router couples network segments, for example, public and private networks (internet routers, etc.). Routers forward network packets between networks, adapt different network technologies to each other and provide firewall functions.

Question: What is a managed or unmanaged switch?

Answer: A switch connects devices in a star configuration. As a controller, it routes data frames specifically to connected devices based on the addresses learned. An unmanaged switch is "self-learning" and ready for immediate use without configuration. A managed switch is configurable, allowing more flexibility and control over the network.

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