7-Port Unmanaged 10/100Tx with Gigabit Uplink Fiber Combo Ports

Antaira Technologies is a leading developer and supplier of industrial device networking and communication solutions for harsh environmental applications and is proud to announce its expansion in the industrial gigabit networking infrastructure family with the LNX-0702C-SFP series.

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Antaira Technologies is a leading developer and supplier of industrial device networking and communication solutions for harsh environmental applications and is proud to announce its expansion in the industrial gigabit networking infrastructure family with the LNX-0702C-SFP series.

Antaira Technologies’ LNX-0702C-SFP series is a 7-port industrial gigabit unmanaged Ethernet switch, with five RJ45 10/100Tx ports and two dual rate (100/1000) SFP slots. This series has a power consumption requiring just 6W and has a 12~48VDC high voltage power input.

The LNX-0702C-SFP series provides a high EFT, surge (2,000 VDC), and ESD (6,000VDC) protection to prevent any unregulated voltage and can support the power redundancy feature using a dual power input design with reverse polarity. There is also a built-in relay warning function to alert maintainers when power failures occur.

Antaira’s new LNX-0702C-SFP series has been designed to fulfill special needs within industrial automation, outdoor applications, and extreme ambient weather environments.

The IP30 rated LNX-0702C-SFP series is backed by a five year warranty. The units are compact, fanless, and DIN-Rail/wall mountable. Each unit is built to withstand industrial networking hazards like shock, drop, vibration, electromagnetic interference (EMI). The unit also has temperature extreme version options for either a standard temperature range (-10 to 70°C) or an extended operating temperature range (-40 to 75°C). The model series have the dimensions of 30mm (W) x 142mm (H) x 99mm (D) and a unit weight of 1.3 pounds.

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