Overview The FS710 Series switches provide silent operation, with easy set-up and simple connectivity for desktop and small to medium network environments.
High performance Full auto-negotiating 10/100 ports allow FS710 switches to detect the speed and duplex modes of attached devices, and automatically configure for the best possible performance.
Quality and reliability Allied Telesis is a world-wide leader in unmanaged Ethernet switches. Shipping more than 250,000 unmanaged switches every year, Allied Telesis offers proven reliability, and industry-recognized quality.
Flexibility Available in 5, 8, 16 and 24-port models, the FS710 Series provide both internal and external power supply options. Wall, desk and rack-mounting options give users ultimate flexibility in selecting the model that meets their specific physical deployment requirements.
Fanless for silent operation The FS710 Series are fanless and run silently, making them ideal for the desktop or workspace. Deploy in dusty industrial environments without affecting the expected lifetime.
Simplified installation Auto-configuration of the FS710 Series minimizes user set-up. Auto-sensing ports enable seamless and simple connectivity between existing 10Mbps Ethernet and 100Mbps Fast Ethernet UTP devices, so installation takes just minutes. All ports support MDI/MDI-X simple connection to other hubs and switches.
Environmentally friendly FS710 Series eco-friendly switches conform to the Allied Telesis commitment to environmentallyfriendly processes and products. They are designed to minimize power consumption through the use of a high-efficiency power supply and a low-power chipset. With low power consumption and a reduction in power outside regular work hours, as well as other powersaving features included as standard, the Allied Telesis FS710 Series truly lives up to its eco-friendly reputation. Not only does this help the planet by reducing the carbon footprint of each switch, it also lowers the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) for the user. The device costs less to run, and features improved reliability