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PHOENIX CONTACT FL 1000 Unmanaged Switches | New Product Brief

November 27, 2020 by Mouser Electronics

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PHOENIX CONTACT FL 1000 Unmanaged Switches

Phoenix Contact FL SWITCH 1000 and 1100 series unmanaged switches offer flexible mounting and plug-and-play prioritization of automation protocol traffic. The switches have a narrow chassis and a unique mounting accessory that allows them to be mounted flat against the DIN rail, making them ideal for small or flat control cabinets. 

The switches don’t require any configuration, making them very easy to use, while status LEDs can be used to quickly identify an interrupted connection.  The switches automatically prioritize automation protocols, such as PROFINET and Ethernet/IP, supporting their real-time properties and increasing network stability. The FL SWITCH 1000 and FL SWITCH 1100 series switches provide transmission speeds up to 1 Gbps and operate from a 24V AC or DC supply. 

  • Slim design 
    • 5/8 ports: 22.5mm width 
    • 16 ports: 40mm width 
  • Flexible installation: mounting accessory enables mounting flat against the DIN rail 
  • Plug-and-play: no configuration necessary 
  • Automatic prioritization of automation protocols 
    • Supports real-time properties of PROFINET and EtherNet/IP™ 
  • Transmission speed: 
    • FL SWITCH 1000: 10/100 Mbps 
    • FL SWITCH 1100: 10/100/1000 Mbps 
  • Power supply: 24V AC/DC 

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