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AFR677 Router

Packet routing allows greater granularity in filtering content, to ensure targeted messages are delivered promptly without cluttering unrelated networks. Hitachi Energy's AFR677 delivers that router functionality in a substation-friendly package.

The router embodies all the functionality of the switch, but adds the ability to direct traffic based on the IP address (ISO Level 3) to reduce irrelevant messages being received, and with four power over Ethernet (PoE) ports and four Gigabit Ethernet ports the ‘677 has the power and speed to deliver.

The router will take a low voltage, DC, supply from 9.6v upwards, but will happily run from high-voltage DC or AC supply and supports a redundant supply to ensure continued connectivity in the event of supply failure.

  • 19” managed switch
  • Metal housing, ports on front or on rear (typical substation configuration)
  • Up to 4 GbE ports (optical, electrical or combo ports)
  • Up to 4 PoE ports (only with power supply type H/Z)
  • Low voltage (9.6 - 60 VDC) or high voltage (48 - 320 VDC
  • or 90 - 265 VAC) power supply
  • Redundant power supply possible
  • Spring clamps or connectors available
  • Typical power consumption without PoE: 10 - 40 W
  • 16 GbE combo ports (TX RJ45 or SFP slot)
  • AFR offers L3 functionality RIPv1, RIPv2, OSPFv2 and router redundancy protocol VRRP 
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