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General Information

 
Positions:
 
A/B/Common Other:
 
Chassis Type:
 
Rackmount Desktop
 
Rack Configuration:
 
19" Rack Other:
 
Most Rackmount Units are 1U High, any height restrictions?
 
Yes No Restrictions:
 
Type of connector/port preference:
 
BNC DB9 DB25 DB37 DB50
HD15 RJ45 RJ11/12 SCSI Telco 50-Pin
.1 x .1 Mini-Din USB Coax Other:
 
Port Polarity (Not required to quote.)
 
If the switch has RJ45 ports, is CAT 5 or 5e required?
CAT 5 CAT 5e Not Required
 
If the switch has Coax Ports, is there a specific impedance required?
 
Yes: No
 
Switch Control:
 
Local Manual Remotely Controllable Automatic Any Combination
 
Remote Control Type:
 
RS232 Serial Contact Closure IP Addressable Any Combination
 
Automatic Control:
 
Port 'A' Port 'B' Common Any Combination
 
Most remotely controllable switches also include local manual control.
 
Is a local front panel push button okay?
 
Yes No
 
Do you require a remote lockout of the local push button control?
 
Yes No
 
Do you require a dry contact closure?
 
Yes No
 

Security

 
Any security concerns?
 
Yes No
 

Offline Switching

 
With remote and automatic switches, the switch can automatically switch to an offline position before switching between ports 'A' and 'B'.
 
Is an internal offline function required for switching between ports?
 
Yes No
 
Will the switch have a physical "offline" position that can be selected in which the switch will not be passing data?
 
Yes No
 
Is local control via a front panel push button okay?
 
Yes No
 

Power Loss

 
In the event of a power failure should the switch continue to pass data?
 
Yes No
 
If passing data during power loss, should data pass through the last selected switch position or go to the default position?
 
Last Position Default Position
 
Upon power up, should the switch remain in the last position or start up in the default mode?
 
Last Position Default Position
 

Number of Channels Per Chassis

 
One channel of A/B/Common or multiple channels of A/B/Common? (number of A/B switches per site)
 
One Channel Multiple
 

Multiple Channel Switch Control

 
Remote Control
 
Simultaneous Individual Both
 
Local Control
 
Simultaneous Individual Both
 

Power

 
Most switches have an external power supply.
 
Is an external power supply okay?
 
Yes No
 
Power Supply Requirements:
 
115 VAC/60 Hz 220 VAC/50 Hz Other:
 
 
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