• 28 ports with up to 4 SFP fibre ports
• Powerful CPU and switch core
• Advanced WeOS support
• Both DC and AC power optiony
• Multiple network resilience solutions
• Industrial, trackside and marine type tested
• Class-leading MTBF
• Ultra-robust IP40 metal housing with all connectors on front
• Only industrial grade components
• Advanced cybersecurity features
• IEEE 1588v2 Precision Time Protocol (PTP)
The RedFox 5328 series is designed for the core of large high-performance industrial networks and has been developed to cater to the needs of current and future industrial data networks, combining outstanding performance, durability and reliability. These switches are ideal for handling the big data and high bandwidth requirements typically found within transportation, manufacturing, energy, smart cities and other applications.
Integrating hardware, software and network design support tools, this next generation switch platform offers advanced capabilities, the lowest total cost of ownership and will create the most reliable and resilient networks on the market.
The switch is engineered to maintain uninterrupted data communication, even in exceptionally harsh environments. The RedFox 5328 series is tested and certified to withstand extreme temperatures, vibrations and shocks. The switches only use industrial grade components which contributes towards a market leading mean time between failure (MTBF), maximized service life, and reduced operational and life cycle costs.
Various port configurations are available, that can be further customized with SFP transceivers. The RedFox 5328 series is available with either a DC or AC power supply.
The RedFox 5328 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 cyber security tools is available.
The switches are also prepared for routing acceleration, extended cybersecurity and time synchronization IEEE 1588v2 applications, making them an ideal solution to meet future security and bandwidth requirements.
Carl de Bruin