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For machine builders and automation engineers, being able to monitor their Ethernet switches from a SCADA/HMI gives them a great overall view of their control systems, and the ability to react in time to minimize system downtime. In addition, the most common concern related to deploying managed switches is operational complexity, including both setup and subsequent management. Moxa's super-slim SDS-3008 smart switch is designed to meet these challenges. With its simplified protocol configuration, flexible mounting design, easy-to-use interface, and slim form factor, the SDS-3008 smart switch is the perfect fit for control cabinets in any smart manufacturing application.

Common Challenges for Ethernet Switch Deployment

Cost Issue

For applications that require only basic monitoring and control functions, it’s not economical for engineers to choose expensive managed switches, which often support too many unneeded functions.

Space Limitations

Engineers work with different types of control cabinets, and each one has space or installation limitations.

Complex Configuration

IT-oriented user interfaces, which are often very complicated and come with a steep learning curve for IA engineers, make it harder to update configurations and handle basic troubleshooting tasks.

3 industrial protocols supported; one-click setup to prep your switch for management from SCADA/HMIs.

2 installation options, including DIN-rail and rack-mounting to fit into any type of industrial cabinet.

1 page configuration dashboard makes it extremely easy to configure and deploy your switch; and it supports six different languages.

Bottling Machine

"If we can check the production line and network status all on the SCADA system, it will help us ensure smooth operations." – Plant Manager

Elevator

"When an elevator is down, we need to fix it as soon as possible. Therefore, we provide our maintenance engineers with simple and safe instructions so they can perform troubleshooting and return the system to normal as quickly as we could."– Elevator Builder