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Luxul Debuts Three Managed L2/L3 Gigabit Switches for Large Networks

Units feature SFP ports, SFP+ ports, and PoE power budgets for system expansion.

Luxul has introduced three new additions to its portfolio of managed L2/L3 Gigabit switches: the 48 PoE+ SW-510-48P-F; 24 PoE+ SW-610-24P-R; and 48 PoE+ SW-610-48P-F. Designed for large residential and commercial networks, the units are packed with features for network expansion and management, while offering high performance with fast switching capacities of 104 Gbps, 128 Gbps, and 176 Gbps, respectively.

To accommodate the largest of networks, the SW-510-48P-F is outfitted with four SFP 1 Gb ports and can be aggregated for a combined upload throughput of 4 Gb, which enables integrators to connect to additional switches via an Ethernet cable or a fiber-optic cable when using SFP modules (sold separately). The SW-610-48P-F and SW-610-24P-R feature four 10 Gb SFP+ ports, each of which can be used alone or aggregated together for up to 40 Gbps of throughput.

In addition, the switches’ PoE+ ports can be used to expand networks utilizing PoE-enabled devices such as control systems touchpanels, POS systems, phone systems, IP cameras, wireless access points, and AV-over-IP components. These three switches all have a unified management platform for configuration. The SW-510-48P-F and SW-610-48P-F feature front-facing ports and a total power budget of 740W, while the SW-610-24P-R offers rear-facing ports and a power budget of 370W.

All three rack-mountable switches combine QoS and VLAN support with a unified management interface for administering up to 16 switches. Variable-speed fans deliver quiet operation, while integrated, free-of-charge Luxul ProWatch cloud management supports remote monitoring and management.

The Luxul SW-510-48P-F managed L2/L3 Gigabit switch is available now, while the SW-610-24P-R will release in May 2021 and the SW-610-48P-F in June 2021.

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