Slim industrial Ethernet switch

Aaxeon Technologies has announced additional slim line models in the Lanolinx line of industrial Ethernet switches. The unmanaged Ethernet switches are 45% thinner than previous models. New models have four 10/100 copper ports and either one or two 100FX fiber ports. Single- and multi-mode models are available.

03/01/2008



Aaxeon Technologies has announced additional slim line models in the Lanolinx line of industrial Ethernet switches. The unmanaged Ethernet switches are 45% thinner than previous models. New models have four 10/100 copper ports and either one or two 100FX fiber ports. Single- and multi-mode models are available. LNX-501A and LNX-602A units feature metal housing with an IP-30 rating, and industrial temperature ratings range from -10° C to 70° C. Units have a redundant power input and a contact closure for a local alarm. Models include LNX-501A-M, a 4 Port 10/100 + 1 100 FX, MM Fiber, Industrial Ethernet Switch; LNX-501A-S3, a 4 Port 10/100 + 1 100 FX, SM Fiber, Industrial Ethernet Switch; LNX-602A-M, a 4 Port 10/100 + 2 100 FX, MM Fiber, Industrial Ethernet Switch; and LNX-602A-S3, a 4 Port 10/100 + 2 100 FX, SM Fiber, Industrial Ethernet Switch. Prices start at $169. www.aaxeon.com Aaxeon Technologies, Inc.





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