Monitored – Ring Series

 500-A Process Control Switches

 500-A Process Control Switches

Series 500-A

-40˚ to 85˚C  Operating Temp

Red Lion’s N-Tron® series 500-A industrial Ethernet switches offer up to 26 ports of Fast Ethernet connectivity and are specifically designed to meet the requirements of mission critical PLC and process control applications. Designed for plug-and-play performance in EtherNet/IP, Modbus TCP and PROFINET applications, the 500-A monitored switch line provides best-in-class reliable connectivity, N-View™ monitoring technology, IGMP snooping, VLAN, QoS, port control, trunking and port mirroring.

500-N Monitored Swiches

500-N Monitored Swiches

Series 500-N 

-40˚ to 85˚C  Operating Temp

Red Lion’s N-Tron series 500-N line of monitored industrial Ethernet switches deliver high reliability, up to 26 ports of Fast Ethernet connectivity and options for DIN-rail or rack mounting. Our switches offer excellent EMI protection, are housed in a metal enclosure and include N-View monitoring technology.

 300-N Monitored Switches

 300-N Monitored Switches

 Series 300-N

Red Lion’s N-Tron series 300-N monitored switch line provides excellent EMI protection and rugged metal DIN-rail enclosures to expand your industrial Ethernet network. These switches offer high reliability, up to 17 ports of Fast Ethernet connectivity and include N-View monitoring technology.

SLX Monitored Switches

SLX Monitored Switches

Series SLX Ring

Red Lion’s Sixnet® series SLX ring switches provide Real-Time Ring™ and plug-and-play technology. The industrial SLX ring switches are pre-configured for fast, fault-tolerant network deployments and are designed to perform in the most extreme environments including operating temperatures from -40°C to +85°C.

 SL Monitored Series

 SL Monitored Series

Series SL Ring

For network ring architectures, Red Lion’s Sixnet SL monitored ring switches are a perfect fit. Featuring the Real-Time Ring™ protocol, these switches are pre-configured for fast, fault-tolerant network deployments and are an economical solution for ring deployments.