D-Link Industrial Ethernet Switches

Introducing the D-Link DIS Series

D-Link has created the DIS Series with industrial settings in mind. The switches feature a robust design, easy management, and security functions to help your business increase productivity. These compact switches are also easy-to-deploy, as they come with multiple mounting options. The D-Link DIS series is ideal for both indoor and outdoor cabinet environments.

They have studied the landscape and worked out the most problematic points with industrial network switches.

Then they created the brilliant D-Link DIS range to help you implement a smart factory setup. Let’s have a look at some of the top features.

Built To Last

Factories are rough places. Large machinery and busy work environments create tough conditions for a standard switch. So, you need a network switch that isn’t affected by any of these problems.

Their industrial network switches are built tough and built to last. The D-Link DIS switches are certified against vibration, shock, and free-fall.

In fact, D-Link has so much confidence in the DIS switches that they come with a 5-year warranty as standard.


Withstand Cold Temperatures

In addition to their ruggedness, the D-Link DIS series can withstand wide temperature ranges. The D-link DIS switches have far superior environmental specifications compared to their commercial counterparts. This means they can work in ice cold fridge environments up to melting hot factories.

Fanless Design

No moving parts can optimise the uptime in a switch. The D-Link DIS switches are built to move heat through the casing to the vents. As the entire switch is optimised for heat, the hot air doesn’t affect the switch.


Connecting Everything Together

The D-Link DIS switches are brilliant for aiding automation and connecting it to the people who need it. They have powerful capabilities that can connect any Ethernet device to the main network.

The Switches come with PoE capabilities, meaning you can have power and connectivity through one cable. This is key when using WiFi access points to keep your roaming pickers connected to the network.

Plus, with their Fast ring failover protection of <20 milliseconds, you can avoid a single point of failure for critical operations.

D-Link’s DIS switches are also compatible with their enterprise switches, so you could easily link your factory network to your office network. This creates one seamless network that helps your business be as productive as possible.


View the range available to buy at Comms Express:


DIS-100 series

  • Unmanaged plug-and-play simplicity
  • Withstands extreme temperatures
  • Certified for vibration, shock, free-fall, NEMA‑TS2 Section 2, EMC
  • SFP ports for long distance connections (except DIS-100G-5W)

DIS-200 series

  • Easy-to-control management interfaces and security
  • Withstands severe temperatures
  • Compliant with vibration, shock, free-fall testing
  • PoE or non PoE versions

View DIS-200 Series

DIS-300 series

  • High availability
  • Easy-to-control management interfaces and security
  • Withstands extreme temperatures
  • Certified for vibration, shock, free-fall, NEMA‑TS2 Section 2, EMC


View DIS-300 Series

DIS-700 series

  • 24 x SFP ports, 4 x 10G SFP+ slots
  • Layer 2+ management features
  • High availability with redundant dual DC inputs
  • Withstands extreme temperatures
  • Certified for vibration, shock, free-fall, EMI, EMS

Industrial Access Points

  • Dual-band AC1200 speeds: 300 Mbps on 2.4 GHz, 867 Mbps on 5 GHz.
  • Wide operating temperature range of -20 to 65°C
  • Built-in 2 kV surge protection and 15kV ESD protection
  • Redundant dual DC power input
  • Power over Ethernet (802.3at) support
  • 2 x Gigabit LAN ports

Why Use D-Link?

D-link has a long, successful track record in networking. Over the past 3 decades, they have shipped 780 million network ports and 10 million access points to customers all over the world.

D-Link is an award-winning company with a passion and care for its products. They have a full range of products to support their industrial switches – from access points to surveillance cameras and beyond.