N-TRON introduces four Ethernet unmanaged switches

  • August 11, 2010
N-TRON introduces four Ethernet unmanaged switches
N-TRON introduces four Ethernet unmanaged switches

August 11, 2010 - N-TRON introduced four models—the 110FX2, 111FX3, 112FX4 and 114FX6. The switches, part of the company’s compact 100 series, are tough network devices designed for full-wire speed communications in industrial data acquisition, control, and Ethernet I/O applications. Each model offers a combination of copper and fiber ports.Products Offer:

  • Auto‚Äêsensing 10/100BaseTX and Duplex
  • Up to Six Fiber Ports Available
  • Store‚Äêand‚ÄêForward Technology
  • Full Wire Speed Communication
  • Extended Environmental Specifications
  • Memory Storage for up to 8,000 MAC Addresses
  • Status LED's For Activity
  • Full IEEE 802.3 and 1613 Compliance
  • Rugged, Space‚ÄêSaving Industrial Enclosure
  • Two Million+ MTBF
  • Outstanding ValueThe additions to the 100 Series utilize advanced IEEE 802.3 Fast Ethernet 10/100BaseTX switching technology to ensure reliable high-speed network communications by eliminating virtually all data collisions and increasing determinism. N-TRON switches auto-negotiate the speed and flow of data and will store up to 8,000 MAC addresses in memory, enabling these products to operate seamlessly in complex and sophisticated network environments. Due to their heavy-duty enclosures and extended environmental tolerances, the 100 Series switches are ideal for hostile industrial settings where extreme temperature, vibration, noise and shock variables are routine. The product line boasts a MTBF of over two million hours of uninterrupted service.Prices start at $599.

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