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Cranston, RI, United States, 2010/12/07 - Model 9447 A/B switch supports all 9 pins of the DB9 interface enabling the unit to switch any DB9 connector interface device.
Electro Standards Laboratories announces the Model 9447 DB9 RS-232 A/B Switch that enables easy access to two networks. The Model 9447 improves computer efficiency by allowing the sharing of peripherals.
This manually operated, rackmount switch allows the user to reroute data between two networks with a simple flip of a switch. This switch requires no external power.
The Model 9447 switch incorporates a high-quality switch with self-wiping low impedance contacts for reliability and longevity. The switch is transparent to data speed and format. This rugged switch is housed in an anodized black box packaging that provides EMI/RFI shielding.
Model 9447 allows access to two DB9 networks from one computer or workstation. Manual operation is accomplished via the front-panel rotary switch. The Model 9447 is transparent to data speed and format. Instead of plugging and unplugging cables, use the Model 9447 and be safe from connector wear. No external power is required with this switch. The switch is packaged in an attractive anodized black box that provides EMI/RFI shielding.
Electro Standards Laboratories manufactures a wide array of copper and fiber optic manual, remotely controllable, and IP addressable network switches. Custom switches are manufactured every day to meet customer specifications.
Remotely controllable switch types include automatic fallback, IP addressable, code operated, automatic sensing, KVM, CAT5, CAT5e and more. Remotely controllable network switches maintain switch position and continuity in the event of a power loss. Control is accomplished via contact closure, trigger characters, a computer, or via the Web. Switches are offered with multiple channels and interfaces. Configurations are desktop, rackmount, or modular. All switch functions are available.
QuickSwitch automatic fiber optic switches are a specialty of Electro Standards Laboratories. Fiber optic switch types include auto fallback, switch/converters, multimode and single mode and switches with secure off-line positions. QuickSwitches allow multiple fiber optic networks to be accessed from one computer. The technology used in the design of these switches insures the isolation between devices and networks. Speeds are available to Gigabyte. All interfaces are accommodated including SC, ST, LC and ESCON. A password protection feature can be incorporated into the switch for added security.
Low-cost manually operated switches such as the Model 9447 reduce network downtime by switching to backup. Electro Standards Laboratories (electrostandards.com) offers a wide array of manual switches and can also design to customer specs. Electro Standards offers high-density switch systems designed to save space. Reggedized switches designed for extreme environments are available.
For more information on the Model 9447, contact Electro Standards Laboratories at eslab[.]electrostandards.com.