The FL SWITCH SFN 5GT supports the auto negotiation function at the twisted-pair ports and offers transmission speeds of 10/100/1000 Mbps. Mixed operation for the connection of segments with different data transmission speeds is also supported.
The switch can store up to 8192 MAC addresses in its address table.
-Quality of service
In case of heavy traffic, packets tagged with higher priority 802.1Q or Differentiated Services values will be given preference. The switch has four internal priority queues.
The multicast filter will block PROFINET PTCP-Delay traffic. This is accomplished by filtering frames with the destination MAC address in the range 01-80-C2-00-00-02 through 01-80-C2-00-00-0F. Note that the filter blocks LLDP traffic because PTCP-Delay uses the same MAC address, 01-80-C2-00-00-0E.
The switch provides contacts (R1, R2) for remote alarms if a failure is detected. Alarms are triggered if one or both power supplies fail. An alarm can be triggered if a port link is lost. Individual port alarms can be enabled via a DIP switch located on the bottom of the switch. The alarm relay is a normally closed type. When there are no faults, the contact is held open. When a fault occurs, the relay is de-energized to close the contact.
-Link monitor DIP switch
To enable an alarm for a port, move the appropriate slider to the ON position. To disable an alarm, move the appropriate slider to the OFF position.
Power connection is via a removable COMBICON connector. US1 and US2 are 24 V DC and GND is 0 V DC. FE, functional earth.