Military-grade Ethernet Switch Targets Tight-Quarter Designs

MilSource unveils Techaya’s MILTECH 907, an ultra-compact five-port military-grade, managed gigabit Ethernet switch. Using a high-density D-Type 44 pin connector, the MILTECH 907 offers five triple speed (10/100/1000Mbps) ports to connect networked devices on mobile military platforms.  With the single top-mounted D-Type 44 pin connector and a physique measuring 4.45 in. x 2.13 in. x 1.57 in., the switch is ideal for platforms with extreme space limitations such as aerial pods, UAVs, small ground vehicles and robotics.


Networking features include static routing, VLANS, traffic prioritization (QoS), spanning tree, bandwidth aggregation, and security at both port and board level. With RS-232 connectors, traffic prioritization and optimization can be controlled both locally or remotely at central command centers.

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Designed to meet MIL-STD-461E and MIL-STD-810 810 F/GM, MIL-STD-1275/704 standards, the switch requires 24 Vdc of operating power and features mechanical packaging designed for airborne and ground environmental and EMI compliance. The unit has been especially hardened to improve ingress, impact, and shock/vibration protection. These devices are ideally suited for C4ISR and battlefield communications operations in harsh ground, aerial and marine environments. For more details , visit Techya and MilSource.

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