• Secure Boot ensures software is authentic and unmodified
• Cybersecurity suite with 802.1x, stateful firewall and more
• Design based on 62443 demands
• Available both as layer 2 and layer 3 model
• All ports supporting up to gigabit speeds
• Advanced WeOS support
• -40 to +70 °C without ventilation holes
• Industrial, marine and trackside type tested
• Ultra-robust IP40 metal housing
• Many integrated mounting options
• Flexible SFP transceiver design
• Low power consumption
The Lynx 3310-F2G-T8-LV is a compact high performance industrial layer 2 managed switch developed with the needs of current and future industrial data networks in mind.
The switches are designed for the harshest industrial environments and can withstand extreme temperatures, vibrations, humidity and electrical environments. The use of only industrial grade components ensures market leading mean time between failure (MTBF), maximized service life, and reduced operational and life cycle costs.
The Lynx 3000 series provides layer 2 and layer 3 functionality, enabling complex ring networks and routing solutions. It features a rich assortment of variants for various use cases, including applications requiring true high performance. With models supporting up to 2.5 gigabit speeds, as well as entry-level models optimized for Fast Ethernet applications, the series is ideal for handling big data, high bandwidth, and mission-critical applications Power over Ethernet (PoE) versions provide up to 30 W output per port and a total budget of 240 W.
The series is powered by the next generation WeOS operating system, which ensures robust operation and support for an expanding range of protocols and features. In addition, recognizing the growing sophistication of cyberattacks, an extensive suite of cybersecurity tools is available. These tools can be used to build networks in compliance with the IEC 62443 standard, which
defines technical security requirements for data communication network components.
The Lynx 3000 switches are ideal for mission critical applications within transportation, manufacturing, energy, smart cities and other applications.
Carl de Bruin