Series 500-N Monitored Switches

-40˚ to 85˚C  Operating Temp
N-Tron 509FX-ST

N-Tron 500 All Copper

N-Tron 517FX-ST

N-Tron 500 Copper & Fiber

N-Tron 526FX2-ST-with-brackets

N-Tron 500 Rack Mounted

The N-Tron® series 500-N monitored industrial Ethernet switches offer high reliability, up to 26 ports of Fast Ethernet connectivity and options for DIN-rail or rack mounting. Our switches offer excellent EMI protection and are housed in a metal enclosure, while offering network performance monitoring using free N-View™ OPC monitoring technology.

The 500-N monitored switches feature between 8 and 26 ports, offering 100Base port speeds. These monitored switches provide copper and fiber port combinations for maximum deployment flexibility.

The 500-N line of monitored switches provide uncompromising performance in harsh environments including features like redundant power inputs, plug-and-play operation and N-View monitoring technology. These networking features provide best-in-class uptime performance.

The -N provides network performance monitoring using N-View OPC monitoring technology, which provides 47 different status points on switch and port conditions and displays that information on a networked computer.

The 500-N line of monitored switches are housed in a DIN-rail mountable metal enclosure and offers a wide operating temperature range of -40 to +85°C. With UL Class I, Div. 2 listing, CE certifications and TS1/TS2, IEC 1613 compliance, these switches are built to last in the most demanding environments.

Ordering Guide

Part NumberTotal Ports10 / 100100 FiberOperating TempPower InputIP RatingMounting-CasePurchase Now
508FX2-N862-40˚ to 85˚C10-30VDCIP20DIN Rail – MetalBuy
508TX-N88-40˚ to 85˚C10-30VDCIP20DIN Rail – MetalBuy
509FX-N981-40˚ to 85˚C10-30VDCIP20DIN Rail – MetalBuy
516TX-N1616-40˚ to 85˚C10-30VDCIP20DIN Rail – MetalBuy
517FX-N17161-40˚ to 85˚C10-30VDCIP20DIN Rail – MetalBuy
524TX-N2424-40˚ to 85˚C10-30VDCIP20Rackmount – MetalBuy
526FX2-N26242-40˚ to 85˚C10-30VDCIP20Rackmount – MetalBuy

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