TSW210 First Start

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This Wiki page contains the online version of the Quick Start Guide (QSG) for the TSW210 Switch. Here you will find an overview of the various components found on the front and back sides of a TSW210 switch, basic hardware installation, device specifications and general safety information. It is highly recommended that you acquaint yourself with with the Quick Start Guide before using the device. If you own a TSW210 switch, you can also find a printed version of the Quick Start Guide in the device's package.

TSW210 Front panel Top.png

Front view

No. Description
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1 2 pin power socket
2 Power LED
3 LAN LEDs
4 Ethernet ports
5 SFP port
6 SFP LEDs

Back view

No. Description
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1 Grounding screw

Connectors

2 pin power socket

No. Description Wire color
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1 Power Red
2 Ground Black

Ethernet port

No. Action Describtion
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1 Orange LED lit 10/100 Mbps link established
2 Orange LED blinking Active link connection
3 Green LED lit 1000 Mbps link established

SFP port

No. Action Describtion
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1 Down LED lit Lower port link established
2 Down LED blinking Lower port active traffic
3 Up LED lit Upper port link established
4 Up LED blinking Upper port active traffic


Safety information

TSW210 switch must be used in compliance with any and all applicable national and international laws and with any special restrictions regulating the utilization of the communication module in prescribed applications and environments.

Technical specifications
Input voltage range 7 - 57 V
Max power consumption 4 W
Max Ethernet cable length 100 m

Qsg rut950 manual.PNGThis sign on the package means that is necessary to read the User's Manual before you start using the device

Qsg rut950 recycle.PNGThis sign on the package means that all used electronic and electric equipment should not be mixed with general household waste