IP20 metal casing with DIN rail fixing system
2 SHDSL ports for “daisy chain” connection (multi-point)
LAN Connection: 4 Ethernet ports
Configuration via HTML web pages Autonegociation
From 192Kb/s up to 15Mb/s for one copper pair T° : -20°C/+70°C
The XSLAN+2400 is designed to be used without any configuration. However, it may be necessary to access the switch administration, either to use a particular function such as, for example, VLANs, QoS or SNMP administration or to perform advanceddiagnostics.
In this case, the XSLAN+2400 is configured and managed by a PC with a web browser. No additional software is required.
The XSLAN family of SHDSL switches enables the connection of remote Ethernet networks using a simple copper pair in order to reach data rate up to 15Mbps.
A large range of Ethernet extenders is offered: Point-to-point, multipoint,4 SHDSL lines concentrator
A “PLUG AND PLAY” MODEL
Activation of a point to point connection (XSLAN+2400)or web page (XSLAN+2400).
SHDSL LINE CONCENTRATOR
XSLAN-4200 is a 4 lines concentrator to interconnect 4 remote Ethernet networks. The XSLAN-XXX does concentrate 2 lines.
DAISY CHAIN NETWORK
The XSLAN-2400 can be used to build a daisy chain topology via a copper pair.
Auto-negociationThis configuration mode can be used to quickly plug the XSLAN to the copper pair without knowing the XSLAN status (master or slave).
XSLAN is working with RSTP or Etic Telecom protocol in order to build any type of topology with redundancy.
“The By-Pass”The “By-Pass” feature is used to close the line (electro-mechanical relay) when the XSLAN is switched off. The daisy chain is thus not cut.
SHDSL LINE AGGREGATION TO INCREASE DATA RATE AND SECURITY
XSLAN-2xxx and XSLAN-42xx can aggregate SHDSL lines to increase the data rate or to offer a line backup
Loop VPN for secured ringWhen the SHDSL network forms a daisy chain and when it is not possible to form a secured ring, the “loop VPN” function allows a network redundancy if an Internet or a private (MPLS) connectionis available at each end of the SHDSL network.
|Dimensions||XSLAN-1100: 120x37x88 (h,l,d)|
Other products: 136 x 47 x 142 mm (h,l,d)
|Weight||Between 500 and 750 g depending on model (without packaging)|
|Power||XSLAN-1220, 2220, 4220: 10-30 VDC (nominal: 12-24 VDC)|
Others XSLAN: 10-60 VDC (nominal: 12-48 VDC)
Phoenix connector 2 points
Isolation: 1500 V
|Consumption||XSLAN-1100: XSLAN-1XXX: 5 W|
XSLAN-2XXX: 6 W
XSLAN-4XXX: 9 W
|Temperature||-40°C / + 70°C (Humidity 5 to 95 %)|
|EMC||Immunity (EN 61000-6-2)|
EN61000-4-2: Electrostatic discharge (ESD)
EN61000-4-3: RF radiated
EN61000-4-6: RF ConductedEmission (EN 61000-6-4)
EN55032: Radiated and conducted emission
|Electrical Safety||IEC-EN 62368-1|
|Hazardous substances||Directive 2002/95/CE (RoHS)|
|Casing||Metallic IP31 (XSLAN-1100) or IP20 (other products) with DINRail mounting|
|Cable||1 copper pair (shielding and diameter between 0.4mm and 1mm is recommended)|
|Connector||Phoenix connector (2 points)|
|Latency||2ms between Ethernet ports of 2 SHDSL switches (Ethernet frame of 100b at 5.7 Mbps|
|Ethernet FEATURES ( LEVEL 2 )|
Auto: 10/100 full & half MDI/MDI-X
|SHDSL Ethernet||802.3ah: 2BaseTL|
|Switch||Store and forward|
|VLAN||VLAN via port IEEE 802.lQ|
|MAC Filter||Destination MAC adress filter|
|Redondant network||Protocol VRRP RFC 3768 and Failsafe Ring|
|IP FEATURES ( LEVEL 3 )|
|IP Adress||PV4 and IPV6|
|SNMP||SNMP V2 RFC1213 MIB II|
|QoS||DiffServ - 5 priority levels management depending on traffic|
|Serial link||2 serial links (RS232 and RS485)|
|Connectors||RS232: RJ45 2 pts|
RS485: removeable 2 points connector
|Data rate||1200 up to 115 200b/s|
|Gateway||Raw TCP client & server|
UDP (unicast or towards broadcast list)
Modbus Master & Slave, Unitelway Slave
|Digital input and output|
|Digital Input||1 input|
value O 3 V
|Digital Output||1 output|
voltage / max. current: 54 VDC / 0,5A
|system and configuration|
|Configuration||Web server (configuration and diagnostic)|
|Date and hour||NTP client and server|
|Upgrade firmware||Locally or via the SHDSL link|
|LOG||Last 300 events. Syslog|