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Low-Cost Extra Small Unmanaged Ethernet Switches

Go for big gains with Moxa's new line of extra small, low cost, unmanaged Ethernet switches. The models are as small as a credit card, but jam-packed with smart features, and deliver time and cost savings by facilitating efficient network deployment.

Unlike traditional unmanaged switches, the tiny and rugged EDS-2005-EL and EDS-2008-EL Series enable Quality of Service (QoS) for critical data transmissions to ensure reliable Ethernet connectivity, whether deployed in a machine or in the field.
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Small Footprint

The extra small EDS-2000-EL switches free up valuable space inside your machines and cabinets, allowing you to accommodate more devices for growing network demands.
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Easy Data Control

Enhance data flow efficiency simply by flipping the DIP switches to enable QoS and BSP, which reduce the chances of data loss and operating costs for your applications.
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Reliable Durability

Designed to meet rugged industrial specifications with high EMC resistance and a wide operating temperature range for 24/7 reliability in harsh environments.

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EDS-2000-EL Series Unmanaged Ethernet Switches

Row of EDS-2005/2008-EL industrial ethernet switches

Metal Housing Options:  EDS-2005-EL Series   |   EDS-2008-EL Series  

Plastic Housing Options: EDS-2005-ELP Series   |   EDS-2008-ELP Series

  • Small form factors that fit most machines and cabinets
  • QoS and BSP configuration by DIP switch
  • Reliable durability with high EMC resistance
  • Easy installation with DIN-rail mounting
  • 10/100BaseTX/FX supported
  • -40 to 75°C wide operating temperature range (-T models)
  • Metal housing options

 

Optimize Data Transmissions

Quality of Service (QoS) ensures that critical data is always sent with high priority. Without QoS, critical data may be lost during transmission if the network is congested.

QoS is commonly supported by managed network switches and by some controlling equipment such as PLC devices, but it is rarely seen in unmanaged switches.

The EDS-2000-EL Series supports QoS by simply flipping a DIP switch without requiring additional configuration, making them ideal for factory automation where optimized data transmission is a must.

EDS-2005/2008 Ethernet switches support Quality of Service by flipping a DIP switch

Key Advantages

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Critical Data Delivery
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Cost Savings