Red Lion develops Gigabit PoE+ injector series
The combination of Power over Ethernet Plus (PoE+) and Gigabit makes the new N-Tron 1000-POE+ injectors particularly useful for video camera and other applications requiring high-speed communications without needing to run separate power cables.
Red Lion Controls has added the N-Tron Series Gigabit 1000-POE+ Power over Ethernet Plus (PoE+) injectors to its industrial networking solutions portfolio. The N-Tron Series Gigabit 1000-POE+ Power over Ethernet Plus (PoE+) injectors deliver both power and data over a single Ethernet cable to any PoE+ or PoE enabled device, eliminating the need for additional power cables. Industrially hardened products like the N-Tron Series POE+ injectors allow factories and industrial sites to easily add new IEEE 802.3at devices and take advantage of Gigabit Ethernet speed, which provides insurance against obsolescence.
The 1000-POE+ injector is a plug-and-play, unmanaged injector designed to enhance the performance of industrial PoE devices. With a single industrial Gigabit Ethernet port for connectivity to any IEEE 802.3af/at-compliant hardware, the 1000-POE+ is ideal for such applications as security cameras, panel displays and wireless access points in oil and gas, water/wastewater, utility, transportation, mining and factory environments. Providing up to 30 watts of output power and a wider operating temperature than many competitive offerings, the 1000-POE+ injectors enable users to conserve wiring space and cost while ensuring reliable operation in extreme locations.
The rugged, small form-factor PoE+ power injector is ideal for deployment in oil and gas, water/wastewater, utility, transportation, mining and factory environments. With a hardened metal DIN-rail enclosure and an extended operating temperatures range of -40 degrees to 80 degrees Celsius, the N-Tron 1000-POE+ injectors provides reliability in harsh environment conditions.
The 1000-POE+ injector offers redundant power inputs that ensure reliable power to PoE/PoE+ devices in the case of a power supply failure. A built-in step-up power supply accepts 10 to 30 VDC power input while delivering 30 watts output (25.5 watts at PD).
For more information, visit the N-Tron Series Gigabit 1000-POE+ injectors product page
Author: Garth Miller Published: 22 Aug 2014