Rugged Power over Ethernet injector series puts Ethernet signals and power in one cable
Red Lion Controls' N-Tron series Gigabit 1000-POE+ Power over Ethernet Plus (PoE+) are designed to deliver power and data over one Ethernet cable to any PoE+ or PoE-enabled device and are built to operate in harsh conditions like the oil and gas industry.
Red Lion Controls' N-Tron series Gigabit 1000-POE+ Power over Ethernet Plus (PoE+) are designed to deliver power and data over a single Ethernet cable to any PoE+ or PoE-enabled device, eliminating the need for additional power cables. The 1000-POE+ is a plug-and-play, unmanaged injector designed to enhance the performance of industrial PoE devices. It has one industrial Gigabit Ethernet port for connectivity to any IEEE 802.3af/at-compliant hardware, which makes the 1000-POE+ useful for applications like security cameras, panel displays and wireless access points in oil and gas, water/wastewater, utility, transportation, mining and factory environments. Other features of the 1000-POE+ series include the ability to operate in harsh conditions ranging from -40 C to 80 C. They also have LED status indicators and a hardened metal DIN-rail enclosure.
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