PacStar 341 Small Router Module

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PacStar 341 Small Router Module 2017-04-25T16:00:29+00:00
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PacStar 341 Small Router Module provides high-performance routing, switching, security and advanced network services for critical voice, data and video connectivity in a compact and rugged form factor. PacStar 341 is based on Cisco® technology and provides up to 4 ports of PoE LAN access.

Designed to provide enterprise-class functionality and security, in a form factor suitable for demanding deployed, mobile, commercial and industrial applications in fixed, transportable or mobile use cases, PacStar 341:

  • Is extensively environmentally tested for reliable use in sheltered environments subject to extreme temperatures, vibration, and more

  • Is engineered into a compact, rugged enclosure, optimal for transport or installations where space is at a premium

  • Includes embedded advanced power conditioning, maximizing uptime even in poor quality power situations

  • Incorporates industry-leading networking technology from Cisco, enabling organizations to leverage their expert enterprise IT experience and systems in operational IT use cases

PacStar 341 can be used standalone or in combination with other PacStar (and 3rd party) networking products to create complete network systems. PacStar 341 can be mounted in a wide variety of enclosures, transit cases, or vehicle equipment racks. PacStar can create custom mounting/transport solutions to meet your requirements.

PacStar 341 is based on technology designed for demanding defense requirements and widely deployed throughout the US military. PacStar started with equipment that has been extensively MIL-STD tested and fielded by tactical communications teams, and removed features rarely needed in commercial use cases – delivering the same DoD quality at a more affordable price point.

PacStar 341 is optionally managed by PacStar IQ-Core® Software, which simplifies system setup, network management and protects the system from mis-configuration, improving network uptime and reducing deployment costs.