The CM-4006F0-AER is a fully rugged managed gigabit Ethernet switch specially designed to operate reliably in harsh climatically and noisy electrical demanding environments (e.g. high altitude, extreme shock, and vibration, wide temperatures, humidity, dust and water exposure, noisy EMI, dirty power) of military applications. The platform is an advanced and highly engineered switch that addresses complexity, enables modularity, and provides growth while delivering optimal performance for Space, Weight, Power and Cost (SWaP-C) constrained aircraft applications
onboard helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft. The unit complies with the military environmental, EMC, and power input requirements.
This fully managed, Layer 2/3 gigabit switch provides a powerful set of networking features, including support for IPv4 multicast traffic filtering according to static filters or IGMP snooping, Virtual Local Area Networks (VLANs), port control (speed / mode / statistics, flow control), Quality of Service (QoS) traffic prioritization, Link Aggregation (802.3ad), SNMP v1/v2/v3 management, secure authentication (802.1X, ACLs, Web/CLI), port mirroring and network redundancy based on RSTP/MSTP.
PTP: PTP TC NTP: Standard NTP server TAP: No Tap CONNECTOR: 1x 55 pins D38999 for 6x 1G-T POWER: 28VDC POWER CONNECTOR TYPE: 5 pin D38999 POWER HOLD UP: 250ms
4x FAS-T connectors for 4x 10/100/1000Base-T ports
Approved for aircraft environmental and EMC requirements
Non-intrusive inline Gigabit Ethernet network tap with electromechanical relays used to control data flow and ensures stable communication between connected devices even when the unit is powered off or a malfunction is detected
Network management: Web and CLI
Event notification: through Syslog
Wide operating temperature range
Data Zeroization Support
IEEE 802.3x for Flow control IEEE 802.3ad for LACP (Link Aggregation Control Protocol) IEEE 802.1D for STP (Spanning Tree Protocol) IEEE 802.1p for COS (Class of Service) IEEE 802.1Q for VLAN Tagging IEEE 802.1w for RSTP (Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol) IEEE 802.1s for MSTP (Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol) IEEE 802.1X for Authentication IEEE 802.1AB for LLDP (Link Layer Discovery Protocol) IEEE 1588 (PTPv1 and PTPv2)
8192 MAC addresses
Switch fabric properties
Store-and-forward and full wire speed on all ports
Enable/disable ports, MAC based port security Port based network access control (802.1x) VLAN (802.1Q ) to segregate and secure network traffic. Radius centralized password management SNMPv3 encrypted authentication and access security
HTTP/HTTPS, telnet/SSHv2, CLI and SNMP v1/v2/v3
Built-in test procedure performed at boot time. Continuous BIT procedure when device is powered
IGMP snooping (up to 1024 multicast filters) Static multicast filter setting Port rate limiting DHCP TOS/Diffserv supported Quality of Service (802.1Q) for real-time traffic VLAN (802.1Q) with VLAN tagging and MVR Port configuration, status, statistics, monitoring, security
1 port, settings: 115200, N, 8, 1 (CLI console)
Pulse-Per-Second (PPS) output
Ethernet copper connectors
5 pin D38999
According to MIL-STD-1472F
Data Zeroization Support
To erase Non-Volatile Flash Memory and Restore Board to Factory Default Config- uration. Available via HTTP and CLI
Power Consumption (Typ.)
Overload Current Protection
Reverse Polarity Protection
Dimension (W * D * H)
154.15mm (W) x 81mm (D) x 53.1mm (H) / 6.07in (W) x 3.19in (D) x 2.09in (H)
850g / 1.87lbs.
Powder paint on top of SurTec 650
MIL-STD-461F: CE101-4, Army and Navy ASW aircraft; MIL-STD-461F: CE102, 10KHz – 10MHz, power leads; RTCA DO-160G: chapter 17.4, Voltage spikes, 600V, category A; chapter 21.4, 0.15 – 152 MHz, category M
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