Phoenix Contact introduces SFNT unmanaged Ethernet switches

Phoenix Contact introduces SFNT unmanaged Ethernet switches
July 9, 2009 - Phoenix Contact's new SFNT unmanaged switches operate across a wide temperature range, making them suitable for harsh environments. The switches are the latest addition to the Standard Function Narrow (SFN) line of unmanaged switches.

The SFNT switches can operate between -40 and 75 degrees Celsius. They also meet the increased noise immunity, shock and vibration standards necessary to operate in extreme environments.

Five- and eight-port versions are available for 10/100 mbps, as well as multimode fiber with SC and ST connections. Like the original SFN, The SFNT's narrow housing makes it suitable for control cabinets and junction boxes. The switches support Layer 1 port locks and cable locks and can process and prioritize Quality of Service messages.

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