Unveiling the TSF010, TSW030, and TSW040 Unmanaged Switches

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May 8, 2024

Continuing to expand its portfolio of Ethernet switches, Teltonika is proud to present three new additions to its portfolio: the TSF010, TSW030, and TSW040 unmanaged switches. In this article, we’ll delve into what each of them brings to the IoT networking table with its unique set of specifications.


Choosing the right Ethernet switch in your solution can be tricky, as there are many factors to consider. These range from wide-scope factors, such as whether you need a managed or unmanaged, to narrow ones such as the number of ports or their orientation on the device.

As our switch product lineup grows, we pay extra attention to those narrow differences between devices. We take your feedback to heart, go back to the drawing board, and modify nuts and bolts to deliver new, industrial-grade and affordable products that meet your needs.

So, without further ado – let’s talk about these new devices!

TSF010 – a flat answer to tight challenges

Much like in the eternal debate of waffles vs. pancakes, the flatness of an Ethernet switch can be the dividing line between its inclusion in a networking solution, or its exclusion.

The TSF010 is the first Teltonika unmanaged switch featuring a flat-type design. Being flat is primarily a quality of the TSF010’s dimensions and port placement. This plug-and-play device is a 5-port Ethernet switch with an integrated DIN rail bracket on its other end, meaning that those five ports are facing in an opposite direction from the bracket.


For example, the growing self-service kiosks and terminals sector requires different machines inside such terminals to be part of a single centralised network. These may include the payment terminals, ticket printers, scanners, and so on – leaving very little room for a centralising networking device. Click the topology to learn more about how the TSF010 connects the moving parts of this use case.

More than just flat

Despite being flat, the TSF010 5-port Ethernet Switch has quite a bit of depth. Its five RJ45 ports support speeds of up to 10/100 Mbps. These are often more than enough for network centralisation in industrial applications, where M2M communication isn’t too data-intensive. Also fitting for industrial settings is this unmanaged switch’s 3-pin power input and 7-57 VDC voltage range.

Lastly, as this flat switch needs to be compact to fit those tight spaces, let’s talk about its form factors. The TSF010 measures 113 x 28 x 50 mm and weighs only 142 g. Like many other Teltonika networking devices, this unmanaged switch is protected by sturdy aluminium housing that helps it withstand diverse and adverse industrial environments.

TSW030 & TSW040 – eight ports, two pins

Now that we know the TSF010 better, let’s get to know the other two devices unveiled today.

The TSW030 and TSW040 have a lot in common. Both are 8-port Ethernet switches featuring eight RJ45 10/100 Mbps Ethernet ports. Both are plug-and-play unmanaged switches with an integrated DIN rail bracket. Both are compact devices encased in rugged aluminium. But the TSW030 and TSW040 share one more particular feature: 2-pin power input.


A good use case for this device is industrial manufacturing, where technologies such as automation and predictive maintenance are increasingly adopted. However, those require network centralisation of the machines used in the manufacturing line, which means an Ethernet switch is needed. Click the topology to learn more about how the TSW030 unmanaged switch fits this use case like clockwork.

To PoE or not to PoE

So what’s different between these two devices, then?

The answer is PoE-out. Unlike the TSW030, the TSW040 is an 8-port PoE+ switch, enabling it to not only centralise a network of end devices, but power those end devices as well. Using the same cables for both power and connectivity is quite the advantage.

The TSW040 unmanaged switch has a PoE-out voltage range of 44-57 VDC and a power budget of 240 W. This means it can provide up to 30 W per port as long as the end device supports 44-57 VDC. The TSW040 8-port PoE+ switch itself has a wide voltage range of 7-57 VDC.


An example of this usefulness can be found in the world of smart lighting. The nature of smart lighting systems is that they offer nifty automation and remote capabilities, as long as the different light fixtures are all part of a single, cohesive network.

Normally, this means extra cables and complexity, but not with the TSW040 PoE+ switch. Click the topology to learn more about how this use case works.

Switching to affordable switches


To learn more about these new unmanaged switches and what they’re capable of, make sure to register for this upcoming webinar held on May 21th at 11 AM (GMT+3).

Join our Ethernet Switch Product Owner, Martynas Karpavičius, and Operational Marketing Project Executive, Pranas Aksamitauskas, as they dive into this topic.

If you’d like to get your hands on these products and test them for yourself, you’re more than welcome to contact us by clicking the button below!

Let us know what features you want to see in future products, and we’ll help make your IoT dreams come true.

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