Posted on December 7, 2009 - ( views)
Three models in the Wolverine Ethernet Extender series from Westermo have been enhanced after extensive testing by a third party test house with the Class 1, Division 2 approval. This allows these Ethernet extenders to be installed in hazardous or potentially explosive environments containing volatile, flammable vapors and gases, making them suitable for use in industries such as oil and gas, petrochemical, processing and metalworking. The Wolverine Ethernet extenders have also been ATEX approved according to II 3G EEx nA IIT5 which is the European equivalent to Class 1, Div 2.
64040 Stora Sundby
For critical railway, industrial and utility applications
establishes high-speed remote connection
for remote access across mobile networks
for critically demanding applications
for multi-drop and redundant ring applications
with built-in switch
serving the environment in Paris
with integrated 4-port switches
For Data Control And Monitoring
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