Industrial switches of Red Lion set a new standard for performance and ease of use
October 17, 2023 7:13 pm
The N-Tron® Series NT5000 Gigabit switches, with a durable metal enclosure and wide temperature range is a compact solution for reliable operation in harsh, industrial environments.
The NT5000 switches and their gigabit speed are designed to improve network security and reliability. They maximise operating performance and system uptime through seamless integration and offer advanced management and diagnostic capabilities, network redundancy, and layered security. The N-Tron® Series NT5000 switches are available in 6, 8, 10, 16 and 18 port configurations in all copper or a mix of copper and fibre options that can meet specific installation requirements. With a durable metal enclosure and wide temperature range, the NT5000 is a compact solution for reliable operation in harsh industrial environments. Configuring switches can be a confusing and time-consuming process. The NT5000 is engineered for fast and easy deployment right out of the box. Its modern, graphical user interface includes a configuration wizard that walks users through the initial setup. Today’s cybersecurity threats can result in severe consequences. The NT5000 features password encryption, multilevel user access and MAC security, IEEE 802.1X with RADIUS remote authentication and more.
Graphical dashboards, N-RingTM auto-member, Port mirroring, Cable diagnostics, STP/RSTP/MSTP, IGMP v1/v2/v3, SNMP v1/v2/v3, NTP, LLDP and LACP, Fast boot, allowing traffic to pass in less than 20 seconds, Wide shock and vibration tolerance, Extensive compliance certifications, including product safety (UL/CUL) Ordinary and Hazardous locations, Emissions/Immunity: FCC/ICES/CE, ATEX/IECEx, Marine: ABS, Rail: EN 50155, EN 50121, EN 61373, UKCA.
Administrators can view the event and Syslog to see the state of the network in real-time and receive notifications about access attempts or configuration changes. The switch can be set to disable user or port credentials after failed access attempts automatically.
To know more, visit redlion.net/nt5000