Expanded Ethernet line adds server, switch

Expanded 100 Series family of industrial Ethernet products from N-Tron now includes the 102RAS server, 104TX four-port copper switch, and 105TX five-port copper switch. Server provides secure connectivity via an integrated V.92/56K modem to an industrial LAN for telecommuters and mobile users, or to equipment installed remotely.

02/01/2007


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Expanded 100 Series family of industrial Ethernet products from N-Tron now includes the 102RAS server, 104TX four-port copper switch, and 105TX five-port copper switch. Server provides secure connectivity via an integrated V.92/56K modem to an industrial LAN for telecommuters and mobile users, or to equipment installed remotely. Small size makes it suitable for placing alongside other industrial equipment to be accessed remotely. It features one 10/100BaseTX RJ45 port, one WAN V.92/56K modem RJ-11 port, Web browser configuration, callback security, and shared dial-out access. Unmanaged four and five-port switches are intended for mission-critical data acquisition, and control, and Ethernet I/O applications. The units operate at temperatures from -40 to 80 °C and a MTBF of more than 2 million hours. www.n-tron.com N-Tron





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