Gouda, the Netherlands – May 11, 2012 — TKH Security Solutions today announced the release of its new Siqura XSNet Ethernet switch line. The XSNet 3000 and XSNet 4000 series provides a complete offering of managed/unmanaged switches and media convertors. This series offers hardened units for operation under extreme conditions as well as a selection of powering options, including PoE. Additionally, the XSNet 3000 / 4000 line includes optional SFP (or mini GBIC) interfaces that enable these devices to transmit Ethernet/IP signals directly over fiber optic, Cat 5, or coax cabling.
Hardened solutions for extreme environments
Transportation, traffic, and industrial applications entail some of the most inhospitable environments for electronic equipment. The hardened XSNet C4000 series offers a robust solution for reliable operation under harsh conditions. The switches are certified for traffic (NEMA TS-2) and railway (EN50121-4) applications. Due to their longstanding resilience and quality, the XSNet switches are used in mission critical situations the world over, including the Dubai traffic monitoring system.
Managed switches for optimizing video streaming
This new line includes a whole range of managed switches: The XSNet 4000 units support a complete set of open standard networking features, such as redundant ring (STP/RSTP), multicast support (IGMP snooping), port authentication (802.1x), and the 802.1Q VLAN Trunking Protocol. Each managed switch is optimized for advanced networking environments, such as IP video surveillance.
Connects directly to any network infrastructure
The mini GBIC or SFP slots of the XSNet 3000 / 4000 series switches are compatible with the Siqura ECO-Plug and the XSNet SFP fiber optic plugs. These small form-factor pluggable transceivers (SFP) can be inserted directly into the XSNet network interface slot and allow for the transmission of Ethernet/IP signals over coax or fiber optic cabling. TKH Security Solutions is the only manufacturer in the industry to offer an integrated adaptor for Ethernet over coax.