IP67 Managed Gigabit Ethernet Switches Pack PoE+

Red Lion Controls expands its N-Tron series of industrial Ethernet switches with Power over Ethernet (PoE) and non-POE models designed for industrial applications. The IP67 managed Gigabit Ethernet switches provide a rugged, dust proof and water-resistant enclosure with sixteen 10/100/1000Base-T(X) M12 X-coded ports to create a reliable and secure communication network for equipment in harsh environments. They are viable for railway and other industrial applications subject to shock, vibration and extreme temperature conditions.


Two bypass relays enable data to continue to flow through the bypass relay ports, even during a power outage. The latest models offer M12 copper ports, plug and play operation, bypass relay port options, robust remote monitoring, N-Ring and N-Link ring technology, and N-View device-monitoring and firmware-management technology.

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The NT24k-16M12 industrial managed Gigabit Ethernet switch provides 10 to 49 Vdc redundant power inputs, a -40°C to +85°C operating temperature, and two bypass relay port pairs. The NT24k-16M12-POE switch provides IEEE 802.3af/at PoE output, a 240W POE budget configurable across all 16 ports, up to 30W per port, 22 to 49 Vdc redundant power inputs and a --40°C to +80°C  operating temperature. It also offers two bypass relay port pairs. Both switches are CE, UL Class 1 Div 2 and rail certified. For more information, call Red Lion Controls at 1-717-767-6511.

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