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Stratix 8000 and 8300 Modular Managed Switches

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Optimized with features for both IT and manufacturing environments, the Stratix 8000™ Layer 2 Modular Managed Ethernet Switches are the first of their kind. The result of a joint collaboration between Cisco and Rockwell Automation, this industrial Ethernet switch line uses the current Cisco Catalyst operating system, feature set, and user interface, making IT professionals feel at home. At the same time, it provides easy set-up and comprehensive diagnostic information from within the Rockwell Automation Integrated Architecture.

The Allen-Bradley Stratix 8300™ managed switch extends the Allen-Bradley Stratix 8000 industrial switch family to provide Layer 3 routing capability. As a full-featured Layer 3 switch, the new Stratix 8300 offers static, dynamic, multicast, redundant, IPv6 and policy-based routing and VFR-Lite virtualization. This allows for maximum flexibility in providing secure segmented architectures for industrial Ethernet applications.

Users have the benefits of the Common Industrial Protocol (CIP) interface for predefined Logix tags and configuration screens in RSLogix 5000 programming software, as well as diagnostic faceplates for Rockwell Software FactoryTalk View HMI software, which is the preferred way for controls and automation professionals to integrate networked devices. Modular and industrially rated, the product line scales from 6 to 26 ports with options for copper and fiber to meet a variety of applications.

Features


Product Selection - Base Switches

Cat. No. Description
Stratix 8000 Switches
1783-MS06T 6 copper ports (includes 2 dual-purpose ports with SFP slots), Layer 2 switch Click to enlarge - 1783-MS06T
1783-MS10T 10 copper ports (includes 2 dual-purpose ports with SFP slots), Layer 2 swich Click to enlarge - 1783-MS10T
Stratix 8300 Switches
1783-RMS06T 6 copper ports (includes 2 dual-purpose ports with SFP slots), Layer 3 switch Click to enlarge - 1783-RMS06T_Stratix8300_6port_front_color
1783-RMS10T 10 copper ports (includes 2 dual-purpose ports with SFP slots), Layer 3 switch Click to enlarge - 1783-RMS10T_Stratix8300_10port_front_color

Technical Specifications
Base Switches
  1783-MS06T 1783-MS10T 1783-RMS06T 1783-RMS10T
Ports per Module 6 10 6 10
Total Ports, Max⋆  26
Copper Ports 4 10/100 ports
2 10/100/1000 ports
8 10/100 ports
2 10/100/1000 ports
4 10/100 ports
2 10/100/1000 ports
4 10/100 ports
2 10/100/1000 ports
SFP Ports‡  2 (when SFP is used, corresponding 10/100/1000 copper is disabled)
Fiber Ports SFP slots support 100 Mbps and 1 G multi-mode and single-mode SFPs with LC connector
SFP Modules 1783-SFP100FX
1783-SFP1GSX
1783-SFP100LX
1783-SFP1GLX
CompactFlash Memory 1783-MCF 1783-RMCF
Switch Input Rating 2 A max at 18…60V DC, CL 2/SELV
Inrush Current, Max. 2.0 A
Power Dissipation 15.1 W 15.7 W 15.1 W 15.7 W
⋆ Maximum port counts require expansion module.
‡ Two dual-purpose ports can be used for SFP or 10/100/1000 copper.

Expansion Modules

Copper, fiber, SFP, and power over Ethernet expansion modules can be added to a Stratix 8000/8300 system. Copper and Fiber expansion modules can be combined to provide additional copper and fiber ports on your system. SFP Expansion modules can add up to 12 fiber ports with the ability to mix and match multimode and single mode SFPs. Power over Ethernet ( PoE) modules pass electrical power along with data on Ethernet cabling. This allows a single cable to provide both data connection and electrical power to devices such as wireless access points.

Benefits


Product Selection - Expansion Modules

Expansion Modules
Cat. No. Description Cat. No. Description
1783-MX08T 8 copper ports Click to enlarge - 1783-MX08T 1783-MX08F 8 fiber ports Click to enlarge - 1783-MX08F
1783-MX04S 4 100 FX fiber-optic SFP slots Click to enlarge - 1783-MX04S 1783-MX08S 8 100 FX fiber-optic SFP slots Click to enlarge - 1783-MX08S
1783-MX04E 4 power over Ethernet ports Click to enlarge - 1783-MX04E 1783-MX04T04E 4 copper ports and 4 power over Ethernet ports Click to enlarge - 1783-MX04T04E

Technical Specifications
Stratix 8000/8300 Expansion Modules
  1783-MX04S 1783-MX08S 1783-MX08T 1783-MX08F
Ports per Module 4 8 8 8
Copper Ports 8 10/100 ports
Fiber Ports 8 100 BaseFX ports with LC connector
SFP Ports 4, fiber 8, fiber
SFP Modules 1783-SFP100FX
1783-SFP100LX
Backplane Power 3.3V DC, 2.5 A max 3.3V DC, 4.0 A max 3.3V DC, 1.7 A max 3.3V DC, 3.6 A max
Power Consumption 8.25 W 13.2 W 5.6 W 11.8 W
Fiber Optic Ethernet Data Rate 100 Mbps
Fiber Optic Link Budget 8 dB with 62.5 / 125 mm multimode cable
4 dB with 50 / 125 mm multimode cable
Fiber Optic Cable Length, Max Graded index multimode fiber; 2000 m
Fiber Optic Connector Type LC

Stratix 8000/8300 Power Over EtherNet Expansion Modules
  1783-MX04E 1783-MX04T04E
Ports 4 Power over Ethernet ports 4 copper ports
4 Power over Ethernet ports
Backplane Power 3.3V DC, 0.94 A max 3.34V DC, 1.08 A max
Power over EtherNet 48/54V DC, 2.5 A max 48/54V DC, 2.4 A max
Power Dissipation 3.0 W 3.6 W
EtherNet Connector RJ45 connector according to IEC 60603-7, 2 or 4 pair
Category 5e minimum cable according to TIA 568-B.1 or Category 5 cable according to ISO/IEC 24702

Stratix 8000/8300 Key Software Features

Feature Benefit
Cisco IOS (Internetwork Operating System) Provides robust features compatible with the Cisco IT enterprise environment.
RSLogix 5000 AOP (Add On Profile) Enables easy switch setup and diagnostics with Logix controllers and the Integrated Architecture.
VLAN (Virtual LAN) with trunking Helps ease network management in the production network.
QoS (Quality of Service) Enables prioritization of applications, users, or data flows to help provide a higher level of network predictability.
Bandwidth Threshold Alarming Supports alarms to track network changes and detect malfunctioning devices.
STP/RSTP (Spanning Tree Protocol/Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol) Provides a resilient path between switches for applications that require a fault-tolerant network.
REP (Resilient Ethernet Protocol) Supports ring, ring segment, or nested ring segments, providing network resiliency across switches with a rapid recovery time.
MAC ID Port Security Enables tracking network changes from the controller through new MAC ID notifications.
DHCP per port Supports assigning a specific IP address to each port, enabling device replacement without manually configuring IP addresses.
SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) Provides familiar IT tools to monitor and configure network-attached devices.
CIP Sync (IEEE 1588) Supports very high precision clock synchronization across automation devices for time-critical tasks such as accurate alarming for post-event diagnostics and precision motion.
IEEE 802.1x Security Tracks access to network resources and helps secure the network infrastructure.
IGMP (Internet Group Management Protocol) Snooping and Querier Reduces multicast traffic from intensive IP applications, such as I/O control on EtherNet/IP.
EtherChannels Provides port trunking technology to automatically redistribute network traffic in the case of a failed link.
Smart ports Recommended port configurations commonly used in automation network applications. Smart ports optimize a port configuration to the type of device connected. They are easily assigned and help prevent port misconfiguration.
Layer 3 Routing (Stratix 8300) Enables routing between VLANs and subnets. Supports Statix, dynamic, multicast, redundant, IPUG, and Policy -based routing and VFR-Lite vertualization.
Port Mirroring Copies network traffic seen on one switch port to another. Typically used as a diagnostic tool.
  

Product Specifications

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Accessories

See the Accessories tab for information on SFP transceivers and Ethernet cables.