Industrial Ethernet switches – Industrial-strength Unmanaged and Managed Switches

Industrial Ethernet switches – Industrial-strength Unmanaged and Managed Switches

Our Industrial Ethernet Switch portfolio comprises Managed and Unmanaged Switches with Gigabit, PoE, IEC 61850 certification, and for DIN rail mounting. This gives you the flexibility to build powerful and secure networks, even in harsh environments: copper and FO ports, as well as redundancy functions, enable the flexible networking of your systems and the easy segmentation of your industrial network.

Industrial Unmanaged Switches

Unmanaged Switches for industrial applications

Unmanaged Switches

Industrial Unmanaged Switches from Phoenix Contact excel with variable numbers of ports and various designs. We provide Unmanaged Switches with a variety of functions, depending on the application:

– Switches for 19-inch mounting rails and for wall mounting (IP67)
– Up to 24 ports with copper, FO, or SFP connection
– Fast Ethernet and Gigabit switches
– Flat and slim designs
– Robust metal housings and versions with protective coating (conformal coating)
– Signal contacts for reporting problems with the power supply and link failures
– Versions with an extended temperature range (-40°C ... +75°C) and redundant power supply
– Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) versions with up to 30 watts per port
– PROFINET versions with PTCP filter
– Versions with industry-specific approvals (CE, UL, KC, ATEX, IECEx, DNV/GL, ABS, LR, BSH, BV)

Managed Switches

2000 series industrial Managed Switches

Series 2000 Managed Switches

Managed Switches for universal automation applications

The Managed Switches of the 2000 series feature a cost-effective standard range of functions, and are extremely versatile.
– Fast Ethernet switches and Gigabit switches (incl. Jumbo Frame support)
– Unmanaged mode: network stability without configuration effort
– Multicast filters (IGMP snooping) for reducing the data load on the network
– Redundancy functions (RSTP, MRP) for failsafe networks
– Easy and flexible configuration

The 2200 and 2300 versions also feature

– An extended temperature range (-40°C ... +70°C), redundant power supply, and alarm output
– FO ports (SC, ST/BFOC, SFP)
– Approvals for maritime applications (GL/DNV, BV, ABS, LR, RINA) and the process industry (ATEX, IECEx)
– PROFINET conformance class B
– Functions for improving failsafe performance (large tree support, fast ring detection, LACP)
– Security functions (RADIUS authentication, MAC-based port security)

Series 3000 and 4000 Managed Switches

Series 3000 and 4000 Managed Switches

Managed Switches for demanding requirements

For demanding applications, the ​Managed Switches​ of the 3000 and 4000 series combine comprehensive diagnostic, performance, and safety functions.

– Fast Ethernet switches and Gigabit switches
– Versions with extended temperature range
– DIN rail mounting and rack mounting
– Copper, FO, or SFP ports
– Extended-ring redundancy: switch-over times as low as 15 ms in the event of malfunction – Up to 64 VLANs, multicast filters, and trunking
– Security functions (user accounts, port security, IEEE 802.1x RADIUS authentication, HTTPS)
– PoE versions with up to 60 W per port and PoE-specific configuration options
– Versions in accordance with IEC 61850-3 and IEEE 1613
– Versions with ATEX and IECEx approval

PROFINET switches

PROFINET switches

PROFINET switches

Thanks to an integrated PROFINET device, the 2200, 2300, SMCS, and GHS​ ​PROFINET switches​ are ideal for use in ​PROFINET​ ​class​ B networks.
– MRP-redundancy for rapid switchover within 200 ms
– Rapid device replacement and network topology monitoring, thanks to LLDP
– Integrated into the engineering: complete configuration and diagnostics from the PROFINET controller

IRT ​Managed Ethernet Switches​ provide the ideal ​scope of functions for ​PROFINET​ ​class​​ C networks.
– Fast Ethernet switches
Temperature range: -25°C ... +60°C
– DIN rail mounting (IP20) and wall mounting (IP67)
– Integrated ERTEC technology for PROFINET applications
– Prioritized PROFINET data transmission
– Diagnostics for fiber optic paths

FL SWITCH 7000 with EtherNet/IP™ functions

Managed EtherNet/IP™ switch 7000

EtherNet/IP™ switches

The 7000 series of Managed Switches are Industrial Ethernet Switches that are optimized for use in EtherNet/IP™ applications.

– Fast Ethernet switches and Gigabit switches
– Extended temperature range: -40°C … +70°C
– DIN rail mounting
– DLR redundancy for an almost bumpless switchover (<3 ms) in the event of media failure
– IGMP support for intelligent filtering of multicast packets
– CIP for easy configuration and diagnostics from the control system
– Faceplate visualization for user-friendly diagnostics and configuration in the field

Routers and layer 3 switches

2000 series NAT switches

2000 series NAT switches

NAT switches

​Thanks to ​Network Address ​​Translation​, the 2000 series NAT switches allow easy connection to the higher-level network for machines or systems with the same IP address range. These NAT switches combine switching and routing in a single DIN rail device.

– Fast Ethernet switch and Gigabit switch
– Versions with extended temperature range: -40°C ... +70°C
– Versions with redundant power supply
– DIN rail mounting
– Various NAT mechanisms: 1:1 NAT, virtual NAT, IP masquerading, and port forwarding
– Static routing
– Free assignment of the eight ports as LAN and WLAN ports
– RSTP redundancy (WAN and LAN) and MRP redundancy (LAN)
– PROFINET conformance class A or B

Modular layer 3 switches for industrial use

GHS Modular Managed Switches with layer 3 function

Modular layer 3 switches

Our most powerful switch is the modular GHS Managed Switch. Thanks to Gigabit data throughput and optional layer 3 function, it is particularly well-suited for use as an automation backbone and for connection to the higher-level company network.

– Gigabit switch
Temperature range: -20°C ... +55°C
– Redundant power supply
– DIN rail mounting
– Four SFP ports and up to eight media modules (fiber-optic cables, polymer, or HCS technology, copper or Power over Ethernet)
– Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP): port-specific routing up to 28 times or operate multiple routers redundantly
– Easy configuration via display, SD card, web-based management, CLI commands, or via the FL NETWORK MANAGER software