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Who are they?
N-TRON® is recognized around the world for its high-quality ruggedized products for Industrial Ethernet automation. Our network solutions are the benchmark for value and reliability, providing exceptional performance for mission-critical data acquisition and control applications. Products include unmanaged and managed Ethernet switches, media converters, Power over Ethernet (PoE), and wireless access devices.

Products with the N-Tron brand are made in the USA.

Meeting a Market Need
Technology products for industrial applications must be more rugged than their commercial counterparts. N-Tron meets this requirement with a complete family of extremely durable industrial networking products that allow Ethernet automation nodes (i.e. controllers, PLCs, industrial computers, remote I/O, etc.) to connect locally to high-speed corporate uplinks. N-Tron switches assure network connectivity by incorporating the following specifications:

  • Higher Operating Temperature
  • Higher Shock Tolerance
  • Expanded Humidity Range
  • Ruggedized Enclosures
  • Convenient Industrial Mounting
  • Redundant Power Inputs
  • ESD Protection Diodes on RJ45 Ports
  • Surge Protection Diodes on Power Inputs
  • 1-2 Million hour MTBF

N-Tron also offers IP67 enclosures and PoE (Power Over Ethernet) on certain models. High voltage products are also available. All products carry a 3-year limited warranty that includes cross-shipment of a replacement product to minimize downtime.

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Designing a Reliable Industrial Ethernet Network (.pdf) (Networking Equipment) Most of the major manufacturing automation end users and suppliers are using or considering Ethernet as an industrial control option for field devices, drives, power management equipment, and special... (View Full Article)
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