EN 50155 M12 Ethernet Switches for Onboard Networks
Use our EN 50155-certifyed ROQSTAR M12 Gigabit Ethernet Switches to enable consistently stable connections on board of trams and other rail vehicles. Specially made for public transport vehicles, the devices are light, compact and robust. Due to integrated bypass relays, fail-safe line topologies are possible. All printed circuit boards are protected by a special lacquer.
EN 50155 Certification for Public Transport Ethernet Switches
The EN 50155 certification is vital for Ethernet switches utilized in public transport, ensuring compliance with rigorous standards for railway approval. These switches undergo comprehensive testing, guaranteeing their resilience against vibrations, shocks, extreme temperatures, and other environmental factors. With a focus on factors such as electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and fire protection prerequisites, the EN 50155 standard plays a critical role in ensuring uninterrupted network connectivity and safe operation within the demanding environments of public transport systems.
Resources About EN 50155 Ethernet Switches for Railway
Switches for Trams – What They Must Be Able to Do
The Perfect Network Design in Trams – A Guide for Beginners and Advanced Users
The City of Montpellier Modernizes Trams Using EN 50155-Certified ROQSTAR Ethernet Switches
Uncover the process behind TaM Montpellier’s tram telematics modernization that led to dependable real-time data and improved passenger contentment.
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Our products are fundamental for the digitalization in public transport. ROQSTAR M12 Ethernet Switches provide the network infrastructure for e-ticketing, passenger counting systems (PCS), dynamic passenger information (DPI) and closed-circuit television (CCTV).