New product: Power over Ethernet (PoE) industrial Ethernet switches

Aaxeon Lanolinx industrial Ethernet switches have redundant an injector function, 12 V dc to 48 V dc input, and more.


Brea, CAAaxeon Lanolinx industrial Ethernet switches with Power over Ethernet (PoE) injector function have DIN-rail mounting ability, metal housing, redundant 12 V dc to 48 V dc input, and relay for local alarm. LNP-500A is a 5 port Industrial Ethernet switch with 4 PoE ports.

Aaxeon Lanolinx industrial Ethernet switches use Power over Ethernet (PoE).

Aaxeon Lanolinx industrial Ethernet switches with Power over Ethernet (PoE) have an injector function.

It also is available in an extended operating temperature version (LNP-500A-T), which can operate between -40 °C and 80 °C (-40 °F and 176 °F).
Standard features include the following.
• RJ-45 port supports auto MDI/MDI-X function;
• Embedded 4-port PoE injector function;
• Store-and-forward switching architecture;
• 1.0 Gbps backplane (switching fabric);
• 448 kbits memory buffer;
• 2K MAC address table;
• Provides EFT protection 3,000 V dc for power line;
• Supports 6,000 V dc Ethernet ESD protection;
• IP30 rugged aluminum case design;
• DIN-rail and wall mount design; and
• 5-year warranty
Aaxeon is a developer and supplier of device networking and industrial communication products, addressing the “rapidly growing markets of M2M (machine-to-machine) and industrial Ethernet.

– Edited by  Mark T. Hoske , editor in chief
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