Gigabit Ethernet, PoE hardware
N-TRON’s 1000 Series family of industrial hardened entry-level Gigabit Ethernet products combines a 2 million hour MTBF, operating temperature ranges of -40 ºC to 85 ºC, redundant power inputs, shock resistance, ESD protection, and RFI immunity in a compact package. Included are three unmanaged Gigabit devices: 1002MC 1000BaseT to 1000Base SX/LX media converter; 1003GX2 switch w...
N-TRON’s 1000 Series family of industrial hardened entry-level Gigabit Ethernet products combines a 2 million hour MTBF, operating temperature ranges of -4010/100/1000BaseT RJ45 copper ports. They augment N-TRON’s 100 Series family of unmanaged switches, iPOE power sourcing products, 10/100BaseTX to 100BaseFXBase media converter, remote access server, RS-232-to-Ethernet converter, and IP67 switches.
Additionally, the company has enhanced the 100 Series family of industrial hardened entry-level Ethernet products with Power over Ethernet (PoE) capability. The iPOE line includes the 100-POE4 midspan power injector, the 105TX-POE Ethernet switch with five copper RJ45 ports, and the 105FXPOE Ethernet switch with four copper RJ45 ports and one fiber optic 100Base uplink port. They can be used to provide power to wireless access points, access control devices, and devices located in areas where power is not readily accessible. www.n-tron.com N-TRON Corp.
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