Siemens Electrical Lean Switch Specifications

SIMATIC NET
Preface, Contents
Industrial Ethernet
Electrical Lean Switch
Introduction
1
Functions
2
Network Topologies
3
Ports and Displays
4
Installation
5
Diagnostics over Industrial
Ethernet
6
Technical Specifications
7
Further Support
8
Notes on the CE Mark
9
Glossary
10
Index
11
References
12
Installation Instructions
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Classification of Safety-Related Notices
This document contains notices which you should observe to ensure your own
personal safety, as well as to protect the product and connected equipment. These
notices are highlighted in the manual by a warning triangle and are marked as follows
according to the level of danger:
!
Danger
indicates that death or severe personal injury will result if proper precautions are not
taken.
!
Warning
indicates that death or severe personal injury can result if proper precautions are not
taken.
!
Caution
with warning triangle indicates that minor personal injury can result if proper
precautions are not taken.
Caution
without warning triangle indicates that damage to property can result if proper
precautions are not taken.
Notice
indicates that an undesirable result or status can occur if the relevant notice is
ignored.
Note
highlights important information on the product, using the product, or part of the
documentation that is of particular importance and that will be of benefit to the user.
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Trademarks
SIMATIC, SIMATIC NET and SINEC are registered trademarks of Siemens AG.
Third parties using for their own purposes any other names in this document which
refer to trademarks might infringe upon the rights of the trademark owners.
Safety Instructions Regarding your Product
Before you use the product described here, read the safety instructions below
thoroughly.
Qualified Personnel
Only qualified personnel should be allowed to install and work on this equipment .
Qualified persons are defined as persons who are authorized to commission, to
ground, and to tag circuits, equipment, and systems in accordance with established
safety practices and standards.
Correct Usage of Hardware Products
Please note the following regarding the correct usage of hardware products:
Caution
This device and its components may only be used for the applications described in
the catalog or the technical description, and only in connection with devices or
components from other manufacturers which have been approved or recommended
by Siemens.
This product can only function correctly and safely if it is transported, stored, set up,
and installed correctly, and operated and maintained as recommended.
Before you use the supplied sample programs or programs you have written yourself,
make certain that no injury to persons nor damage to equipment can result in your
plant or process.
EU Directive: Do not start up until you have established that the machine on which
you intend to run this component complies with the directive 89/392/EEC.
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Preface
Purpose of the Installation Instructions
These installation instructions support you when commissioning in networks with
the Electrical Lean Switch (ELS) .
Consignment
The ELS includes the following components:
● ELS device
● 3-pin plug-in terminal block
● Fittings (brackets, screws) for wall-mounted installation or installation in a 19"
cubicle and for the S7-300 standard rail
● "Information on the Product"
● Manual Collection CD
Mounting the ELS
Follow the instructions in Chapter 5 of these installation instructions.
Validity of the Installation Instructions
These installation instructions are valid for the following devices:
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● ELS TP40
6GK1102-6AA00
● ELS TP40M
6GK1102-6AB00
● ELS TP80
6GK1102-7AA00
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Further Documentation
The "SIMATIC NET Industrial Ethernet Twisted Pair and Fiber-Optic Networks"
manual contains information on other SIMATIC NET products that you can operate
in conjunction with ELS devices in an Industrial Ethernet network.
You can download the electronic version of this network manual from Customer
Support on the Internet under entry number 1172207:
http://www4.ad.siemens.de/view/cs/de/1172207
Finding Information
To help you to find information quickly, the appendix includes the following sections
in addition to the table of contents:
● Glossary
● Index
Guide to the Manual
To help you to find specific information quickly, these installation instructions
include the following parts:
● At the front of the installation instructions you will find a complete table of
contents.
● The chapters have headings in the left margin with an overview of the contents
of the paragraphs in the section.
● Following the appendix, you will find a Glossary in which the most important
specialist terms used in the instructions are defined.
● At the back of the installation instructions, you will find an index with which you
can find topics quickly.
Audience
These installation instructions are intended for persons involved in commissioning
networks with the ELS.
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Personnel Qualification Requirements
Only qualified personnel should be allowed to install and work on this equipment.
Qualified personnel as referred to in the installation instructions or in the warning
notes are defined as persons who are familiar with the installation, assembly,
startup and operation of this product and who possess the relevant qualifications
for their work, e.g.:
● Training in or authorization for connecting up, grounding or labeling circuits and
devices or systems in accordance with current standards in safety technology;
● Training in or authorization for the maintenance and use of suitable safety
equipment in accordance with current standards in safety technology;
● First Aid qualification.
Standards and Approvals
The ELS TP40, ELS TP40M, and ELS TP80 meet the requirements for the CE
mark. For more detailed information about approvals and standards, refer to the
appendix.
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Contents
1
Introduction..................................................................................................................... 9
1.1
ELS TP40 .......................................................................................................... 10
1.2
ELS TP40M ....................................................................................................... 12
1.3
ELS TP80 .......................................................................................................... 14
2
Functions ...................................................................................................................... 15
3
Network Topologies ..................................................................................................... 17
4
5
6
7
3.1
Network Topologies with ELS TP40 .................................................................. 18
3.2
Network Topologies with ELS TP40M............................................................... 19
3.3
Network Topologies with ELS TP80 .................................................................. 20
Ports and Displays ....................................................................................................... 21
4.1
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.1.3
Ports and Displays of the ELS TP40 ................................................................. 22
TP Ports ............................................................................................................. 22
Power Supply..................................................................................................... 24
Displays ............................................................................................................. 26
4.2
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.2.3
Ports and Displays of the ELS TP40M .............................................................. 27
TP Ports ............................................................................................................. 27
Power Supply..................................................................................................... 29
Displays ............................................................................................................. 31
4.3
4.3.1
4.3.2
4.3.3
Ports and Displays of the ELS TP80 ................................................................. 32
TP Ports ............................................................................................................. 32
Power Supply..................................................................................................... 33
Displays ............................................................................................................. 34
Installation and Maintenance ...................................................................................... 35
5.1
Consignment...................................................................................................... 36
5.2
Installation|......................................................................................................... 37
5.3
Maintenance ...................................................................................................... 44
Diagnostics over Industrial Ethernet.......................................................................... 45
6.1
Introduction ........................................................................................................ 46
6.2
6.2.1
6.2.2
Configuration ..................................................................................................... 47
Automatic IP Address Assignment using DHCP (Factory Setting) ................... 47
Manual IP Address Assignment ........................................................................ 47
6.3
6.3.1
6.3.2
6.3.3
6.3.4
Web Based Management (WBM)...................................................................... 57
General .............................................................................................................. 57
Requirements .................................................................................................... 57
Access using WBM............................................................................................ 58
User Interface of the WBM ................................................................................ 59
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6.3.5
6.3.6
6.3.7
6.3.8
6.3.9
6.3.10
6.3.11
Management Menus .......................................................................................... 60
Switch Information ............................................................................................. 61
IP Address Information ...................................................................................... 63
E-Mail Configuration .......................................................................................... 65
Trap Configuration ............................................................................................. 67
Event Configuration ........................................................................................... 69
Statistic Information ........................................................................................... 70
6.4
Diagnostics Using SNMP .................................................................................. 71
6.5
6.5.1
6.5.2
Internet Browser Settings .................................................................................. 72
Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5 or 6.0 ................................................................ 73
Netscape 6.1 or 6.2 ........................................................................................... 78
Technical Specifications ............................................................................................. 80
7.1
Technical Specifications of the ELS TP40 ........................................................ 81
7.2
Technical Specifications of the ELS TP40M ..................................................... 84
7.3
Technical Specifications of the ELS TP80 ........................................................ 87
8
Further Support ............................................................................................................ 89
9
Notes on the CE Mark .................................................................................................. 93
10
Glossary ........................................................................................................................ 95
11
Index 95
12
References .................................................................................................................... 97
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Introduction
1
With the Electrical Lean Switch ELS product generation, you can set up powerful
Fast Ethernet networks with a small number of ports in an industrial environment.
Nodes can only be attached to the network over twisted-pair ports; in other words,
electrical ports.
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Introduction
1.1
ELS TP40
Possible Attachments
● Two RJ-45 jacks for connecting DTEs
● Two ports with insulation-piercing contacts for the direct attachment of IE
FastConnect (FC) cables
Figure 1: ELS TP40
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Properties of the ELS TP40
Two electrical ports (RJ-45 jacks)
10/100 Mbps (half/full duplex)
TP connector technology (RJ-45 jack
with MDI-X pinning)
Max. cable length 10 m (TP Cord or TP
XP Cord)
In conjunction with IE FC Outlet RJ-45,
a total cable length of a maximum of
100 m is permitted.
Two electrical ports
10/100 Mbps (half/full duplex)
with insulation-piercing contacts
(with MDI-X pinning)
Permitted cable types:
-
IE FC TP standard cable 6XV18402AH10
cable length max. 100 m *
-
IE FC TP marine cable 6XV18404AH10
cable length max. 85 m *
-
IE FC TP trailing cable 6XV18403AH10
cable length max. 85 m*
*The specified IE FC cable lengths are reduced by 10 m if an IE FC outlet is used.
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Introduction
1.2
ELS TP40M
Possible Attachments
● Two RJ-45 jacks for connecting DTEs
● Two ports with insulation-piercing contacts for the direct attachment of IE
FastConnect (FC) cables
Figure 2: ELS TP40M
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Properties of the ELS TP40M
Two electrical ports (RJ-45 jacks)
10/100 Mbps (half/full duplex)
TP connector technology (RJ-45 jack
with MDI-X pinning)
Max. cable length 10 m (TP Cord or TP
XP Cord)
In conjunction with IE FC Outlet RJ-45,
a total cable length of a maximum of
100 m is permitted.
Two electrical ports
10/100 Mbps (half/full duplex)
with insulation-piercing contacts
(with MDI-X pinning)
Permitted cable types:
-
IE FC TP standard cable 6XV18402AH10
cable length max. 100 m *
-
IE FC TP marine cable 6XV18404AH10
cable length max. 85 m *
-
IE FC TP trailing cable 6XV18403AH10
cable length max. 85 m*
*The specified IE FC cable lengths are reduced by 10 m if an IE FC outlet is used.
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Introduction
1.3
ELS TP80
Possible Attachments
● Eight RJ-45 jacks for connecting DTEs
Figure 3: ELS TP80
Properties of the ELS TP80
Eight electrical ports (RJ-45 jacks)
10/100 Mbps (half/full duplex)
TP connector technology (RJ-45 jack
with MDI-X pinning)
Max. cable length 10 m (TP Cord or TP
XP Cord)
In conjunction with IE FC Outlet RJ-45,
a total cable length of a maximum of
100 m is permitted.
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Functions
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This section provides you with an overview of the functions of the Electrical Lean Switch (ELS)
product generation.
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Introduction
The Electrical Lean Switches (ELS) allow the cost-effective setup of Ethernet bus or star
structures with switching functionality. The ELS switches are intended for use in a switching
cubicle.
Note
If you use an ELS in a redundant OSM/ESM ring, the redundancy function is not
supported.
Note
The requirements of EN61000-4-5, surge test on power supply lines
are only met if a
Blitzductor VT AD 24V type no. 918 402 is used.
Manufacturer:
DEHN+SÖHNE GmbH+Co.KG
Hans Dehn Str.1
Postfach 1640
D-92306 Neumarkt
Germany
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Network Topologies
3
The following network topologies can be implemented with Electrical Lean
Switches.
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Network Topologies
3.1
Network Topologies with ELS TP40
Attachment of individual remotely located DTEs over ELS TP40 to a TP network
Figure 4: ELS TP40 Bus Topology
Figure 5: ELS TP40 Star Topology
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Network Topologies
3.2
Network Topologies with ELS TP40M
Attachment of individual remotely located DTEs over ELS TP40M to a twisted-pair
network
Figure 6: ELS TP40M Bus Topology
Figure 7: ELS TP40M Star Topology
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Network Topologies
3.3
Network Topologies with ELS TP80
Figure 8: ELS TP80 Star Topology
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Ports and Displays
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This chapter provides you with an overview of the ports and displays of the ELS.
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Ports and Displays
4.1
Ports and Displays of the ELS TP40
4.1.1
TP Ports
Pinning
On the ELS TP40, the TP ports are implemented as RJ-45 jacks and as insulationpiercing contacts with the MDI-X pinning (Medium-Dependent Interface
Autocrossover) of a network component.
Notice
TP Cords or TP-XP Cords with a maximum length of 10 m can be connected to the
RJ-45 TP port. In conjunction with IE FC Outlet RJ-45, a total cable length of
100 m is permitted.
IE FC TP cable with a maximum length 100 m can be connected to the TP ports
with insulation-piercing contacts.
Autonegotiation
Autonegotiation means the automatic detection of the functionality of the port at the
opposite end. Using autonegotiation, repeaters or DTEs can detect the
functionality available at the port of a partner device allowing automatic
configuration of different types of device. With autonegotiation, two components
connected to a link segment can exchange parameters and set themselves to
match the supported communication functionality.
Note
The ELS TP40 is a Plug and Play device that does not require settings to be made
when it is installed.
MDI /MDIX Autocrossover Function
The advantage of the MDI /MDI-X autocrossover function is that straight-pinned
cables can be used throughout and crossover cables are unnecessary. This
prevents malfunctions resulting from mismatching send and receive wires. This
makes installation much easier for the user.
The Ethernet Switch chips used in the ELS all support the MDI / MDI-X
autocrossover function.
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Ports and Displays
Note
Ports of partner stations not supporting autonegotiation must be set to 100 Mbps/
half duplex or 10 Mbps half duplex.
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4.1.2
Power Supply
The power supply is connected using a 3-pin plug-in terminal block with a screw
locking mechanism.
L1+
M
PE
+24V DC
Figure 9: ELS TP40
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!
Warning
Industrial Ethernet ELS TP40 switches are designed for operation with safety
extra-low voltage. This means that only safety extra-low voltages (SELV)
complying with IEC950/EN60950/ VDE0805 can be connected to the power supply
terminals.
The power supply unit to supply the ELS TP40 must comply with NEC Class 2
(voltage range 18 - 32 V, current requirement 150 mA).
Never connect the ELS to a.c. power supplies or d.c. power supplies greater than
32 V d.c.
Power Supply
The power supply is connected over a high resistance with the enclosure to allow
an ungrounded setup. The ELS TP40 device can also be grounded using the PE
screw terminal on the terminal block.
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4.1.3
Displays
Power display (green LED)
The status of the power supply is signaled by a green LED:
Status
Meaning
lit green
Power supply L+ is connected
Not lit
Power supply L+ is not connected or <14 V
Port status display (green/yellow LEDs)
The status of the ports is signaled by four LEDs:
Status
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Meaning
Port 1 to 4 LED lit green
TP link exists, no data reception
Port 1 to 4 LED lit yellow
TP link exists, receiving data at TP port
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4.2
Ports and Displays of the ELS TP40M
4.2.1
TP Ports
Pinning
On the ELS TP40M, the TP ports are implemented as RJ-45 jacks and as
insulation-piercing contacts with the MDI-X pinning (Medium-Dependent Interface
Autocrossover) of a network component.
Notice
TP Cords or TP-XP Cords with a maximum length of 10 m can be connected to the
RJ-45 TP port. In conjunction with IE FC Outlet RJ-45, a total cable length of
100 m is permitted.
IE FC TP cable with a maximum length 100 m can be connected to the TP ports
with insulation-piercing contacts.
Autonegotiation
Autonegotiation means the automatic detection of the functionality of the port at the
opposite end. Using autonegotiation, repeaters or DTEs can detect the
functionality available at the port of a partner device allowing automatic
configuration of different types of device. With autonegotiation, two components
connected to a link segment can exchange parameters and set themselves to
match the supported communication functionality.
Note
The ELS TP40M is a Plug and Play device that does not require settings to be
made when it is installed.
MDI /MDIX Autocrossover Function
The advantage of the MDI /MDI-X autocrossover function is that straight-pinned
cables can be used throughout and crossover cables are unnecessary. This
prevents malfunctions resulting from mismatching send and receive wires. This
makes installation much easier for the user.
The Ethernet Switch chips used in the ELS all support the MDI / MDI-X
autocrossover function.
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Ports and Displays
Note
Ports of partner stations not supporting autonegotiation must be set to 100 Mbps/
half duplex or 10 Mbps half duplex.
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4.2.2
Power Supply
The power supply is connected using a 3-pin plug-in terminal block with a screw
locking mechanism.
L1+
M
PE
+24V DC
Figure 10: ELS TP40M
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Ports and Displays
!
Warning
Industrial Ethernet ELS TP40M switches are designed for operation with safety
extra-low voltage. This means that only safety extra-low voltages (SELV)
complying with IEC950/EN60950/ VDE0805 can be connected to the power supply
terminals.
The power supply unit to supply the ELS TP40M must comply with NEC Class 2
(voltage range 18 - 32 V, current requirement 150 mA).
Never connect the ELS to a.c. power supplies or d.c. power supplies greater than
32 V d.c.
Power Supply
The power supply is connected over a high resistance with the enclosure to allow
an ungrounded setup. The ELS TP40M device can also be grounded using the PE
screw terminal on the terminal block.
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4.2.3
Displays
Power Display (green and red LEDs)
The status of the ELS TP40M is indicated by a green and a red LED:
Status
Meaning
lit green
Power supply L+ is connected
not lit
Power supply L+ is not connected or <14 V
lit or flashing red
The red LED should go off after "Power on" after approximately one
minute otherwise the ELS TP40M device is defective.
Port Status Display (green/yellow LEDs)
The status of the ports is signaled by four LEDs:
Status
Meaning
Port 1 to 4 LED lit green
TP link exists, no data reception
Port 1 to 4 LED lit yellow
TP link exists, receiving data at TP port
Port Status Display During Startup
Following startup, the LEDs are lit in the order shown:
● Red LED (approx. 0.5 s)
● Green power LED (green) and all yellow LEDs for approx. 13 s
● Red/green LEDs flash quickly for approx. 1.5 s
The device is operational after a further 3 seconds.
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4.3
Ports and Displays of the ELS TP80
4.3.1
TP Ports
Pinning
On the ELS TP80, the TP ports are implemented as RJ-45 jacks with the MDI-X
pinning (Medium-Dependent Interface Autocrossover) of a network component.
Notice
TP Cords or TP-XP Cords with a maximum length of 10 m can be connected to the
RJ-45 TP port. In conjunction with IE FC Outlet RJ-45, a total cable length of
100 m is permitted.
Autonegotiation
Autonegotiation means the automatic detection of the functionality of the port at the
opposite end. Using autonegotiation, repeaters or DTEs can detect the
functionality available at the port of a partner device allowing automatic
configuration of different types of device. With autonegotiation, two components
connected to a link segment can exchange parameters and set themselves to
match the supported communication functionality.
Note
The ELS TP80 is a Plug and Play device that does not require settings to be made
when it is installed.
MDI /MDIX Autocrossover Function
The advantage of the MDI /MDI-X autocrossover function is that straight-pinned
cables can be used throughout and crossover cables are unnecessary. This
prevents malfunctions resulting from mismatching send and receive wires. This
makes installation much easier for the user.
The Ethernet Switch chips used in the ELS all support the MDI / MDI-X
autocrossover function.
Note
Ports of partner stations not supporting autonegotiation must be set to 100 Mbps/
half duplex or 10 Mbps half duplex.
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4.3.2
Power Supply
The power supply is connected using a 3-pin plug-in terminal block with a screw
locking mechanism.
Figure 11: ELS TP80
!
Warning
Industrial Ethernet ELS TP80 switches are designed for operation with safety
extra-low voltage. This means that only safety extra-low voltages (SELV)
complying with IEC950/EN60950/ VDE0805 can be connected to the power supply
terminals.
The power supply unit to supply the ELS TP80 must comply with NEC Class 2
(voltage range 18 - 32 V, current requirement 150 mA).
Never connect the ELS to a.c. power supplies or d.c. power supplies greater than
32 V d.c.
Power Supply
The power supply is connected over a high resistance with the enclosure to allow
an ungrounded setup. The ELS TP80 device can also be grounded using the PE
screw terminal on the terminal block.
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4.3.3
Displays
Power display (green LED)
The status of the power supply is signaled by a green LED:
Status
Meaning
lit green
Power supply L+ is connected
Not lit
Power supply L+ is not connected or <14 V
Port status display (green/yellow LEDs)
The status of the ports is signaled by eight LEDs:
Status
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Meaning
Port 1 to 8 LED lit green
TP link exists, no data reception
Port 1 to 8 LED lit yellow
TP link exists, receiving data at TP port
Port 1 to 8 LED flashes green
TP link exists, sending data
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5.1
Consignment
Unpacking, Checking the Consignment
1. Check that the consignment includes the following components:
– ELS device
– Mounting brackets, screws and terminal block
– Information on the Product
– Manual Collection CD
2. Check each component for any damage.
!
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Warning
Do not install damaged components!
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5.2
Installation|
There are several ways of installing the ELS:
● Installation on a 35 mm standard rail
● Installation on a SIMATIC S7-300 rail
● Installation in a 19" cabinet (along with other ELS modules in the 19" mounting
system)
● Wall mounted
Note
•
Remember that the ELS must only be installed horizontally (ventilation slits
top/bottom see Figure 4). To ensure adequate convection, there must be a
clearance of at least 5 cm above and below the ventilation slits. You should
also make sure that the permitted ambient temperature range is not exceeded.
•
During installation and operation, make sure that you adhere to the installation
instructions and safety-related notices in this description and in the SIMATIC
NET Industrial Ethernet Twisted Pair and Fiber-Optic Networks manual /2/.
•
Unless specifically stated, the following installation options apply to all ELS
switches.
Preparations
Remove the terminal block from the ELS and wire up the power supply lines as
described in Section 4.1.2.
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DIN Rail Mounting
1.
Install the ELS on a 35 mm standard rail complying with
DIN EN 50022.
2.
Fit the ELS on to the rail from above and press in the bottom of the device
until the catch engages.
3.
Connect the electrical cables and the terminal block for the power supply.
Figure 12: Installing the ELS on a DIN Standard Rail
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Removing from a Standard Rail
To remove the ELS from the rail, first disconnect the TP cables and pull off the
terminal block.
Then pull down the device and release it from the rail.
Figure 13. Removing from the Standard Rail
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Installation on a SIMATIC S7-300 Standard Rail
1.
First secure the supplied brackets to the left and right of the ELS.
2.
Fit the guide on the top of the ELS casing into the S7 rail.
3.
Screw the ELS to the bottom of the standard rail.
Figure 14. Installing an ELS TP40 on a SIMATIC S7-300 Standard Rail
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Installation in a 19" Cubicle
To install in the 19" cubicle, you require the two securing brackets supplied. You
can achieve the 19'' width
•
with 3 ELS devices
Follow the steps outlined below:
1.
First screw the ELS switches to the supplied mounting plates at the rear.
2.
Fit two of the supplied brackets to the sides
3.
Secure the devices using the brackets in the 19" cubicle.
Wall Mounting
To install an ELS on a wall, follow the steps below:
1.
Fit the supplied mounting brackets on the sides of the ELS.
2.
Secure the device to the wall using the brackets and fittings suitable for the
wall in question.
3.
Using one of the brackets or the PE screw terminal, connect the device with
protective earth with as low a resistance as possible.
Note
The module must be secured to the wall so that the mounting can carry at least
four times the weight of the module.
Grounding
19" Cubicle
Please note that the ELS must be grounded with low resistance via the two holding
brackets. It is also possible to ground the device suing the PE screw terminal on
the terminal block.
Mounting on a DIN Rail
The device is grounded either via the DIN rail or the PE screw terminal on the
terminal block.
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Wall Mounting
Please note that the ELS must be grounded with low resistance via the two holding
brackets. It is also possible to ground the device suing the PE screw terminal on
the terminal block.
S7 Standard Rail
The device is grounded either via the two mounting brackets or the PE screw
terminal on the terminal block.
Connecting the IE FC TP Cable to the ELS TP40 or ELS TP40M
Figure 15. Connecting the IE FC TP Cable to the ELS TP40 or ELS TP40M
When connecting the IE FC cables, follow the steps outlined below:
1.
Strip the insulation from the FC TP cable with the IE FastConnect stripping tool. (Refer to
the instructions for the IE FC stripping tool, Order no. 6GK1901-1GA00)
2.
Remove the protective foil from the cores and remove the support element between the
cores.
3.
Open the cover of the TP ports with insulation piercing contacts.
4. Open the two contact covers.
5.
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insulation piercing contacts.
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Insert the wires of the IE FC TP cable into the contact cover according to the color code.
7.
Press down both contact covers to establish contact with the cores.
8.
Close and screw down the cover of the TP ports with insulation piercing contacts.
If you do not have an IE FastConnect stripping tool to strip the insulation from the IE
FastConnect cable, you can prepare the cable to the lengths shown in Figure 8.
42 mm
12 mm
Figure 16. Length of Insulation Stripped from the IE FC TP Cable
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5.3
Maintenance
If a fault develops, please send the module to your SIEMENS service department
for repair. The devices cannot be repaired on site.
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6.1
Introduction
The ELS has a configuration and diagnostic interface.
The device can be configured and its current status displayed using a graphic
interface. All configuration or status data is available as MIB objects and can be
modified and displayed within the graphic user interface.
The ELS has the following configuration functions:
● Configuration of the IP address, the subnet mask and the gateway using the
Primary Setup Tool (PST).
● Reset of all values to the factory settings using the PST.
● Configuration of E-mail and trap recipients.
● Configuration of individual events that will trigger the sending of E-mails and/or
traps.
The ELS has the following diagnostic functions:
● Display of the current status of the ports (link up/down, transmission rate, and
duplicity).
● Display of the MAC address, the IP address, the subnet mask, the gateway,
and the type of configuration (manual or using DHCP).
● Trap and E-mail monitoring unit: Cold start events and status changes at the
port can be sent to E-mail and/or trap recipients.
● Display of statistical values of errors that have occurred on the network and that
were detected by the ELS (CRC, defective frames, collisions etc.).
● Display of the system up time and the hardware and firmware version.
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6.2
Configuration
The ELS can be configured in the following ways:
● Automatic IP address assignment using DHCP (factory setting)
● Manual IP address assignment
6.2.1
Automatic IP Address Assignment using DHCP (Factory Setting)
If a DHCP server is available in the network environment in which the ELS is to be
used, the ELS will be automatically assigned the IP address, subnet mask, and
default gateway after it is included in the network. It is then immediately
operational. This is only possible when the DHCP server is suitably configured.
6.2.2
Manual IP Address Assignment
Primary Setup Tool (PST)
If you want to select an IP address, subnet mask, or default gateway for the ELS,
you must use the PST. The PST then determines all the accessible Industrial Net
Components (INC) in the network and makes them configurable. Using the PST,
you can set the IP address, subnet mask, and router (default gateway) of the ELS.
If the DHCP mode is activated, the device is reset to the settings it had when it was
supplied. In this case, remember that all user-defined settings will be deleted.
The following pages describe the use of the PST.
Installation of the Primary Setup Tool
The PST can be installed on a PC with the following operating systems:
● Windows XP Professional (without service pack)
● Windows 2000 Professional (service pack 2)
● Windows NT 4.0 (service pack 6a)
To install the PST, you must have approximately 300 KB free on your hard disk.
To communicate over Ethernet, you require a network card.
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How to install the PST:
1. Start the installation program "pst_install.exe" on the supplied CD. All the
necessary files are then copied to the selected folder (the default is the folder:
"c:\siemens\pst").
2. You can now start the application in the installation folder (as default this is the
folder: "c:\siemens\pst"). Double-click on the "s7wnpstx.exe" file.
3. When you first start the PST, the dialog shown in Figure 6-1 opens. Here, you
can see all the available languages. Select the language you require and
confirm the dialog with OK. If the language is displayed in gray, the language
package is not available in this PST version.
Figure 6-1 Selecting the Language
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4. Once you have selected the language, the menu shown in Figure 6-2 opens.
Select a network adapter with Settings -> Network Adapter.
All the network interfaces (maximum of four) found in your system will be listed.
Select the network adapter you require by clicking on it. Make sure that you
read the information in the "readme" file on the supplied CD.
Figure 6-2 Configuring the Network Adapter
Note
If the network adapter installed in your system is not displayed, the DLC protocol
required for the network adapter is not installed. In this case, follow the steps
outlined below to install the DLC protocol:
Windows NT – DLC Protocol Installation
● Select Start -> Settings -> Control Panel.
● Click on the "Network" icon.
● Go to the "Protocols" tab and click the "Add" button.
● From the network protocols displayed, select the DLC Protocol.
● Confirm your selection with "OK".
Note
Make sure you have your Windows CD at hand. You may need to reinstall
Windows service packs.
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Windows 2000 – DLC Protocol Installation
● Select Start -> Settings -> Control Panel.
● Click on the "Network and Dial-up Connections" icon.
● From the list of network adapters, select the adapter for which you are going to
install the DLC protocol by right clicking on the required network adapter and
going to "Properties".
● Click on the "Install" button and select "Protocol".
● Click on the "Add" button and select the DLC Protocol from the protocols.
● Confirm your selection with "OK".
Note
Make sure you have your Windows CD at hand. You may need to reinstall
Windows service packs.
Windows XP – DLC Protocol Installation
For Windows XP, the DLC Protocol must be installed extra since it is not included
with the operating system. The supplied CD, however, contains a self-extracting
ZIP archive with the name "PST_XP_install.exe" with which you can install the
protocol. Start the "PST_XP_install.exe" file by double-clicking on it.
Note
You will information on the installation procedure in the "win_xp_readme.rtf" file.
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User Interface of the PST
After starting the PST, the menu shown in Figure 6-3 opens with the various areas.
Menu bar
Toolbar
Component tree
Data window
Status bar
Figure 6-3 SIMATIC NET PST - User Interface
● Menu bar
Here you can execute individual actions or specify the configuration of PST.
The actions available in the menu bar are also possible in the toolbar.
● Toolbar
The toolbar is a convenient way of executing actions by simply clicking on the
icons. All the actions available in the toolbar are also available in the menu bar.
● Component tree
The component tree lists all the ELS devices available in the network. You can
make settings on the individual ELS devices by double-clicking on the
corresponding icon in the component tree.
● Data window
The data window displays the current values and allows you to enter new
settings. Settings that cannot be modified are displayed in gray.
● Status bar
The status bar provides you with information about the current status of the
PST.
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Changing the Language Package
When you first started the PST, you were asked to select a specific language. You
can also change the selected language after this first startup.
To change the language, select Settings -> Language.
Here you will find a list with all available languages.
If the language is displayed in gray, the language package is not available in this
PST version.
Changing the Network Adapter Configuration
If there is more than one network adapter installed in your computer, you can
select a specific network adapter.
You can do this in the PST menu Settings -> Network Adapter (see Figure 6-4).
Here you will find all the network interfaces found on your system (restricted,
however, to four). Make sure that you read the information in the "readme" file on
the supplied CD.
Figure 6-4 Configuring the Network Adapter
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Configuring the ELS
To configure an ELS, follow the steps outlined below:
1. Select Network -> Browse in the PST menu.
The progress bar found in Figure 6-5 is displayed.
Figure 6-5 Progress Bar "Browsing Network".
You can also start this action directly by clicking the relevant button (magnifying
glass) in the toolbar (see Figure 6-6).
Figure 6-6 "Browsing Network" Starting Directly
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2. The component tree now contains a list of all ELS devices that have been
found.
Select one of the ELS devices in the component tree by double-clicking on it.
The folder of this ELS is opened and a further icon appears. Click on this icon.
The data of the interface is displayed in the data window (Figure 6-7). Data not
displayed in gray can be modified.
MAC Address
IP Address
Figure 6-7 Component View
● MAC Address
Displays the MAC address of the ELS in hexadecimal form. The MAC address
cannot be changed.
● Obtain IP address from DHCP server
Changes manual configuration of the ELS to automatic configuration using
DHCP.
Caution: This resets the device to its original settings. All user-defined settings
are deleted.
● Assign IP parameters
Changes automatic configuration using DHCP to manual configuration of the
ELS.
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● IP address
IP address of the ELS (maximum range per field: 0 to 255). If you enter an
invalid IP address, a warning is displayed and the input is rejected.
● Subnet mask
Subnet mask of the ELS (maximum range of numbers per field: 0 to 255).
● Router (default gateway)
Enter the IP address of the default gateway if the PC/Internet Browser is not in
the same subnet as the ELS.
Note
Changing the parameters resets and restarts the ELS. This can take up to 15
seconds.
3. Close the folder by clicking on the icon in the menu tree again and download
your configuration to the ELS
by selecting Module -> Download.
A progress bar indicates the status of the download.
You can also start this action directly using the appropriate icons in the toolbar
(see Figure 6-8).
Figure 6-8 Direct Start: "Download Module"
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4. Start the Web Based Management (WBM) if you require the full range of
functions (including settings).
Select Module -> Start INC Browser.
You can also start this action directly using the appropriate icons in the toolbar
(see Figure 6-9).
Figure 6-9 Direct Start: "Starting Web Based Management"
Note
To load settings on the ELS, you must close the settings window by doubleclicking on the relevant folder in the menu tree.
Web Based Management can only be started correctly if your browser includes a
Java Virtual Machine (JVM) Version 1.2.2 or higher. For more detailed information,
refer to the next section and Section 6.5 of this manual.
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6.3
6.3.1
Web Based Management (WBM)
General
The ELS includes integrated Web-Based Management; in other words, it can be
operated using an Internet browser (such as Microsoft Internet Explorer or
Netscape). The modules are operated using a Java applet stored on the ELS that
is loaded by the browser. The browser can load the applet only when a Java
Virtual Machine (JVM) is present. As of Version 6.x, Netscape provides a JVM
integrated in the browser that can be used for Web Based Management. For the
Microsoft Internet Explorer, the JVM Plugin must be installed separately. On the
CD supplied, you will find a suitable JVM from Sun Microsystems. The latest JVM
versions can also be downloaded from the Web pages of Sun Microsystems. For
more detailed information, refer to the appendix of this documentation in the
Section "Internet Browser Settings".
To access the ELS, the IP address must be entered in the address field of the
browser. If there is a DNS server in your network that can interpret the address of
the ELS, you can also access the module using the logical name.
All the information provided by the Java Applet is exchanged with the ELS using
SNMP variables. The Management Information Base (MIB) of the ELS is on the
supplied CD.
6.3.2
Requirements
To access an ELS using WBM, the following requirements must be met:
● Internet Browser
You require a PC with an Internet browser. We recommend that you use a
Microsoft Internet Explorer Version 5.5 or higher or a Netscape Browser
Version 6.1 or higher.
Before your Internet browser will work with the ELS, you must make the correct
settings in the browser.
For more information, refer to Section 6.5 of this manual.
● Firewall
If there is a Firewall installed in your network, please make sure that this is
configured so that the Java Applet can access the SNMP Port 161.
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6.3.3
Access using WBM
How to Access WBM on the ELS
1. Open the Internet browser.
2. Enter the IP address or the URL of the ELS in the address field of the Internet
Browser as follows:
http://<IP address of ELS> for example http://141.73.10.89
and confirm with [RETURN].
3. A new window opens and the applet is loaded in it (see Figure 6-10).
Figure 6-10
"Start" Window
If you click the support or SIEMENS icon, you automatically open the relevant A&D
home page.
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6.3.4
User Interface of the WBM
The dialogs of the ELS are made up of a device status field, a menu tree, and a
data window.
Device status
Menu tree
Data window
Figure 6-11
SIMATIC NET Network Management User Interface of the ELS
● Device status field
The display in the device status field represents the LED display of the ELS. In
addition, the transmission rate and duplicity are represented by a separate row
of LED symbols.
The device status field is displayed and updated in every menu so that you
have an overview of the current status of the ELS at all times.
The device status field also shows the ELS type (for example ELS-TP40M), the
IP address (for example 141.73.10.89) and the location (if "System Location"
has been assigned).
● Menu tree
By navigating through the menu tree, you can open the individual windows of
the ELS WBM in much the same way as when working in the Windows Explorer
by clicking the relevant icons.
● Data window
The data window displays the current values and allows you to enter new
settings. Settings that cannot be modified are displayed in gray.
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6.3.5
Management Menus
The WBM of the ELS has the following menu structure:
Function
Explanation
Switch Info
Hardware Version
Software Version
System Contact
System Location
System Name
System Up Time
IP Address Info
MAC Address
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Default Gateway
DHCP
E-Mail Config
E-Mail Address (recipient)
"From" (E-mail sender)
Subject
SMTP Server IP Address
Trap Config
Trap Address
Event Config
E-Mail
Trap
Cold Start
Statistics Info
Receive Errors
Collision Errors
Table 6-1 Menu Structure of the ELS Web Based Management
The menu commands are described in the following sections.
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6.3.6
Switch Information
Clicking the Switch Info menu opens the window shown in Figure 6-12.
Figure 6-12
Switch Information Window
● Hardware Version
Hardware version of the ELS
● Firmware Version
Version of the ELS firmware
● System Contact
In this box, you can enter a contact person/address (for example the
maintenance engineer) for this device (a maximum of 63 characters).
● System Location
In this field, you can enter information about the location of the ELS (a
maximum of 63 characters).
● System Name
The name of the ELS can be entered in this field (a maximum of 63 characters).
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● Get Current Values/Set New Values
If you click the "Get Current Values" button, you obtain the values currently
stored on the ELS. To transfer the entries in this window to the ELS and to save
them there, click on "Set New Values".
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6.3.7
IP Address Information
Clicking the IP Address Info menu opens the window shown in Figure 6-13.
Figure 6-13
IP Address Information Window
● IP Address
IP address of the ELS
● Subnet Mask
Subnet mask of the ELS
● Default Gateway
Displays the IP address of the default gateway.
● DHCP
A check mark in this box indicates whether the address was assigned using
DHCP.
● Get Current Values
If you click the "Get Current Values" button, you obtain the values currently
stored on the ELS.
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Note
The IP address, the subnet mask, and the default gateway of the ELS can be
modified using the PST tool. Automatic IP configuration is possible using DHCP.
If the IP address of the ELS is changed, the browser link to the ELS is lost. Close
the ELS window in the Internet browser and reconnect to the ELS with the new IP
address.
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6.3.8
E-Mail Configuration
Clicking the E-Mail Config menu opens the window shown in Figure 6-14.
Figure 6-14
E-Mail Configuration Window
When certain faults occur and are detected by the ELS, it can automatically send
an E-mail to a selected E-mail address containing an error message in plain
language. Before an E-mail can be sent, it must be configured in this window and
be activated in the "Event Configuration Menu".
● E-Mail Address
Here, you enter the E-mail address to which an E-mail will be sent if an error
occurs (a maximum of 63 characters).
● "From" - Field
Address of the sender of the E-mail. Depending on the type and configuration of
the SMTP server it may be necessary to configure the sender address
(maximum of 63 characters).
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● Subject
In this field, you can enter a subject for the E-mail (a maximum of 63
characters).
● SMTP Server IP-Address
Here, you enter the IP address of the SMTP server via which the E-mail will be
sent. Make sure that the ELS can access the SMTP server (maximum range of
values per field: 0 to 255).
● Get Current Values/Set New Values
If you click the "Get Current Values" button, you obtain the values currently
stored on the ELS. To save the entries made in this window, click the Set New
Values button.
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6.3.9
Trap Configuration
Clicking the Trap Config menu opens the window shown in Figure 6-15.
Figure 6-15
Trap Configuration Window
If an alarm occurs, the ELS can send traps (alarm messages) to up to two different
(network management) stations at the same time. In this menu, you enter the
addresses of the stations to which the traps will be sent. The corresponding events
must also be activated in the "Event Configuration Menu".
● Trap Address x
Enter the IP addresses of the stations to which traps will be sent (range per
field: 0 to 255).
● Get Current Values/Set New Values
If you click the "Get Current Values" button, you obtain the values currently
stored on the ELS. To save the entries made in this window, click the "Set New
Values" button.
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Construction of the Trap report
The ELS knows 2 kinds of traps:
● Coldstart
● Change of port status
In case of Power On a Coldstart-trap will be sent.
If the link-status of a port changes the current contents of the LED-STATUS Register will be sent.
LED-Status:
Byte 3
Port 4
Byte 2
Port 3
Byte 1
Port 2
Byte 0
Port 1
Port Status:
Bit 7
0
Bit 6
0
Bit 5
0
Bit 4
Link
Link
1 = Link is up
0 = Link is down
Duplex
1 = Link is full duplex
0 = Link is half duplex
Speed
1 = Speed is 100Mbps
0 = Speed is 10Mbps
Bit 3
0
Bit 2
0
Bit 1
Duplex
Bit 0
Speed
Example
Port 1:
Port 2:
Port 3:
Port 4:
Link Up , full duplex, 100 MB
Link down
Link down
Link Up , half duplex, 10 MB
Inhalt in LED-Status
10000013hex // 268435475 dez
Note
Leading Zeros might not be shown by your management system.
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6.3.10
Event Configuration
Clicking the Event Config menu opens the window shown in Figure 6-16. Here,
you can set link up/down and cold restart events for E-mail and/or trap recipients.
Figure 6-16
Event Configuration Window
Select, for example, the first box to monitor link up/down events at Port 1 using Email. If there is a change in the port status, an E-mail is sent to the recipient
specified in the E-mail configuration menu.
● Get Current Values/Set New Values
If you click the "Get Current Values" button, you obtain the values currently
stored on the ELS. To save the entries made in this window, click the "Set New
Values" button.
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6.3.11
Statistic Information
Clicking the Statistic Information menu opens the window shown in Figure 6-17.
The ELS has internal statistical counters that count the number of bad received
frames and collisions for each port.
The statistical counters have a numeric range from "0 to 65535". An overflow
results if this value is exceeded.
Figure 6-17
Statistic Information Window
For each port, the ELS can detect errors (CRC, defective frames, etc.) in received
frames and count them (receive errors).
Collisions occurring on a port are also detected and counted (collision errors).
● Get Current Values
If you click the "Get Current Values" button, you obtain the values currently
stored on the ELS.
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6.4
Diagnostics Using SNMP
With SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol), a network management
station can configure and monitor SNMP-compliant nodes such as the ELS. To
make this possible, a management agent is installed in the DTE with which the
management station exchanges data using SNMP Get and Set requests. The ELS
supports SNMP V1.
The data that can be managed are in a database on the DTE (ELS) known as the
MIB (Management Information Base) that can be accessed by the management
station (or the applet of the ELS Web-Based Management) using the agent.
There are standardized MIBs defined in RFCs and private MIBs. Private MIBs are
based on RFC 1213 and contain product-specific expansions not included in
standard MIBs.
The ELS with network management supports MIB II (RFC 1213).
ELS private MIB
The private MIB of the ELS is on the supplied CD.
The private MIB file can also be downloaded from an ELS directly with a Web
browser at http://<IP address of the ELS>/snELS.mib.
Please note the capitalization of snELS.mib!
The description of the MIB objects of the private MIB is included in the MIB and
can be read directly with a MIB compiler (for example the network management
station) or with a text editor.
The read-only community string (SNMP password for read access) is set to
public, the read-write community string (SNMP password for read and write
access) is set to private.
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6.5
Internet Browser Settings
To use the WBM of the ELS, you must make the correct settings in the Internet
browser. This section contains information about setting the Internet browsers
listed in the following table and the Java Virtual Machines used. You can use this
procedure as the basis for setting other Internet browser versions. The WBM of the
ELS has been tested with these Internet browsers and Java Virtual Machines.
Browser
Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5 and 6.0
Netscape 6.1 and 6.2
Java Virtual Machine Plugin
Sun Microsystems JRE with Plugin
1.3.0 and 1.3.1 and 1.4.0
Sun Microsystems JRE with Plugin
1.3.0 and 1.3.1
Note
The WBM of the ELS has been tested with certain combinations of browsers and
Java Virtual Machines (JVM). Only the JVM supplied and installed with the product
was tested with Netscape and the JVM from Sun Microsystems was tested with
the Internet Explorer.
We recommend that you only use one of these combinations.
With newer versions, the interaction with the SIMATIC NET devices from the
ESM/OSM family cannot be guaranteed. We therefore recommend that you use
JVM V1.3.1.
JVM V1.3.1 is included on the CD accompanying the product.
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6.5.1
Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5 or 6.0
1. You can check whether or not you have the update version 5.5 or 6.0 of the
Internet Explorer as follows:
Open the Internet Explorer and select Help (?) -> About Internet Explorer to
open the window shown in Figure 6-18.
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2. Select Tools -> Internet Options -> Advanced, to open the window shown in
Figure 6-19.
Figure 6-19
Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 – Advanced Internet Options
3. Make sure that the option "Use Java 2 v1.x.x for <applet>" is selected under
the menu point Java (Sun). You may need to restart the Microsoft Internet
Explorer.
Note
The "Use Java 2 v1.x.x for <applet>" can only be selected if you have already
installed the JVM Plugin from Sun Microsystems (download from Sun
Microsystems website).
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4. If you use a proxy server that only accepts DNS registered IP addresses and
your ELS is not DNS registered, you may need to connect directly to the ELS.
To do this, select Tools -> Internet Options -> Connections. The dialog
shown in Figure 6-20 opens.
Figure 6-20
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Select the "LAN Settings" button. The dialog shown in Figure 6-21 opens.
Figure 6-21
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5. In this window, disable the proxy server by clicking the "Use a proxy server for
your LAN" check box or click the "Advance" button to open the dialog shown in
Figure 6-22. Here you can enter the addresses for which the proxy server is
not used.
Enter the address of the ELS in this window.
Using wildcards, you can also enter address ranges.
Example: If you enter "141.73.10.*", no proxy server is used for addresses
141.73.10.0 to 141.73.10.255.
Figure 6-22
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6.5.2
Netscape 6.1 or 6.2
In Netscape Communicator, select Edit -> Preferences -> Advanced, to open the
window shown in Figure 6-23.
Figure 6-23
Netscape 6.2 – Advanced Preferences Window
1. Select "Enable Java" and "Enable JavaScript for Navigator".
2. If you use a proxy server that only accepts DNS registered IP addresses and
your ELS is not DNS registered, you may need to connect directly to the ELS.
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To do this select Edit -> Preferences -> Advanced -> Proxies to open the
window shown in Figure 6-24 and set Direct connection to the Internet.
Figure 6-24
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7.1
Technical Specifications of the ELS TP40
Attachments
Attachment of DTEs or Network
Components over Twisted Pair
2 x RJ-45 jacks with MDI-X pinning
10/100 Mbps (half/full duplex)
Attachment of Industrial Ethernet FC
TP cables
2 x insulation piercing contacts with
MDI-X 10/100 Mbps (half/full duplex)
Connector for power supply
1 x 3-pin plug-in terminal block
Electrical Data
Power Supply
24 V dc supply
(18 to 32 V dc)
safety extra-low voltage (SELV)
Power loss at DC 24 V
3.6 W
Current consumption at rated voltage
150 mA
Overcurrent protection at input
PTC resettable fuse (0.6 A / 60 V)
Permitted Cable Lengths
Attachment over Industrial Ethernet FC 100 m standard cable
TP cables
85 m trailing cable
85 m marine cable
TP Connection
When using the FC Outlet RJ-45, the
following cable lengths are permitted:
100 m for standard cable
85 m for trailing cable
85 m for marine cable
Note
The number of ELS switches connected influences the frame propagation time.
When a frame passes through the ELS, it is delayed by the Store&Forward function of the switch.
- with a frame length of 64 bytes by approximately 10 µs
- with a frame length of 1500 bytes by approximately 130 µs
This means that the more ELS switches the frame passes through, the longer the
propagation time.
Aging Time
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Permitted Ambient Conditions/EMC
Operating temperature
0°C to +60°C
Storage/transport temperature
-40°C to +80°C
Relative humidity in operation
‹ 95% (no condensation)
Operating altitude
2000 m at max. 56 °C ambient
temperature
3000 m at max. 50 °C ambient
temperature
Noise emission
EN 50081-2 Class A
Noise immunity
EN 50082-2
Degree of protection
IP 20
Approvals
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UL
UL 1950
CSA
CSA C22.2 No.950
FM
FM 3611
C-TICK
AS/NZS 2064 (Class A).
CE
EN 50081-2, EN 50082-2
Shipbuilding approval
-
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MTBF
MTBF
108.85 years
Construction
Dimensions (W x H x D) in mm
145 x 136.5 x 69
Weight in g
950
Installation options
Standard rail
S7-300 rail
Wall mounted
Installation in 19" cubicle
Only horizontal installation
permitted
(ventilation slits top/bottom)
Consignment
ELS TP40
● ELS TP40 device
● Mounting brackets, screws and
terminal block
● Information on the Product
● Manual Collection CD
Order numbers:
ELS TP40
6GK1102-6AA00
"Industrial Twisted Pair and Fiber Optic
Networks" Manual
6GK1970-1BA10-0AA0
IE FC Stripping Tool
6GK1901-1GA00
IE FC blade cassettes
6GK1901-1GB00
IE FC TP standard cable
6XV1840 2AH10
IE FC TP trailing cable
6XV1840-3AH10
IE FC TP marine cable
6XV1840-4AH10
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Technical Specifications
7.2
Technical Specifications of the ELS TP40M
Attachments
Attachment of DTEs or Network
Components over Twisted Pair
2 x RJ-45 jacks with MDI-X pinning
10/100 Mbps (half/full duplex)
Attachment of Industrial Ethernet FC
TP cables
2 x insulation piercing contacts with
MDI-X 10/100 Mbps (half/full duplex)
Connector for power supply
1 x 3-pin plug-in terminal block
Electrical Data
Power Supply
24 V dc supply
(18 to 32 V dc)
safety extra-low voltage (SELV)
Power loss at DC 24 V
4.8 W
Current consumption at rated voltage
200 mA
Overcurrent protection at input
PTC resettable fuse (0.6 A / 60 V)
Permitted Cable Lengths
Attachment over Industrial Ethernet FC 100 m standard cable
TP cables
85 m trailing cable
85 m marine cable
TP Connection
When using the FC Outlet RJ-45, the
following cable lengths are permitted:
100 m for standard cable
85 m for trailing cable
85 m for marine cable
Note
The number of ELS switches connected influences the frame propagation time.
When a frame passes through the ELS, it is delayed by the Store&Forward function of the switch.
- with a frame length of 64 bytes by approximately 10 µs
- with a frame length of 1500 bytes by approximately 130 µs
This means that the more ELS switches the frame passes through, the longer the
propagation time.
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Aging Time
5 minutes
Permitted Ambient Conditions/EMC
Operating temperature
0°C to +60°C
Storage/transport temperature
-40°C to +80°C
Relative humidity in operation
‹ 95% (no condensation)
Operating altitude
2000 m at max. 56 °C ambient
temperature
3000 m at max. 50 °C ambient
temperature
Noise emission
EN 50081-2 Class A
Noise immunity
EN 50082-2
Degree of protection
IP 20
Approvals
UL
UL 1950
CSA
CSA C22.2 No.950
FM
FM 3611
C-TICK
AS/NZS 2064 (Class A).
CE
EN 50081-2, EN 50082-2
Shipbuilding approval
-
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Technical Specifications
MTBF
MTBF
51 years
Construction
Dimensions (W x H x D) in mm
145 x 136.5 x 69
Weight in g
950
Installation options
Standard rail
S7-300 rail
Wall mounted
Installation in 19" cubicle
Only horizontal installation
permitted
(ventilation slits top/bottom)
Consignment
ELS TP40M
● ELS TP40 device
● Mounting brackets, screws and
terminal block
● Information on the Product
● Manual Collection CD
Order numbers:
86
ELS TP40M
6GK1102-6AB00
"Industrial Twisted Pair and Fiber Optic
Networks" Manual
6GK1970-1BA10-0AA0
IE FC Stripping Tool
6GK1901-1GA00
IE FC blade cassettes
6GK1901-1GB00
IE FC TP standard cable
6XV1840 2AH10
IE FC TP trailing cable
6XV1840-3AH10
IE FC TP marine cable
6XV1840-4AH10
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7.3
Technical Specifications of the ELS TP80
Attachments
Attachment of DTEs or Network
Components over Twisted Pair
RJ-45 jacks with MDI-X pinning 10/100
Mbps (half/full duplex)
Electrical Data
Power Supply
24 V dc supply
(18 to 32 V dc)
safety extra-low voltage (SELV)
Power loss at DC 24 V
3.6 W
Current consumption at rated voltage
150 mA
Overcurrent protection at input
PTC resettable fuse (0.6 A / 60 V)
Permitted Cable Lengths
TP Connection
0-10 m with TP cord.
When using the FC Outlet RJ-45, the
following cable lengths are permitted:
100 m for standard cable
85 m for trailing cable
85 m for marine cable
Note
The number of ELS switches connected influences the frame propagation time.
When a frame passes through the ELS, it is delayed by the Store&Forward function of the switch.
- with a frame length of 64 bytes by approximately 10 µs
- with a frame length of 1500 bytes by approximately 130 µs
This means that the more ELS switches the frame passes through, the longer the
propagation time.
Aging Time
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5 minutes
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Technical Specifications
Permitted Ambient Conditions/EMC
Operating temperature
0°C to +60°C
Storage/transport temperature
-40°C to +80°C
Relative humidity in operation
‹ 95% (no condensation)
2000 m at max. 56°C ambient temperature
Operating altitude
3000 m at max. 50°C ambient temperature
Noise emission
Noise immunity
Degree of protection
UL
CSA
FM
C-TICK
CE
Shipbuilding approval
MTBF
Dimensions (W x H x D) in mm
Weight in g
Installation options
ELS TP80
EN 50081-2 Class A
EN 50082-2
IP 20
Approvals
UL 1950
CSA C22.2 No.950
FM 3611
AS/NZS 2064 (Class A).
EN 50081-2, EN 50082-2
MTBF
81.52 years
Construction
145 x 136.5 x 69
950
Standard rail
S7-300 rail
Wall mounted
Installation in 19" cubicle
Only horizontal installation
permitted
(ventilation slits top/bottom)
Consignment
● ELS TP80 device
● Mounting brackets, screws and
terminal block
● Information on the Product
● Manual Collection CD
Order numbers:
ELS TP80
6GK1102-7AA00
"Industrial Twisted Pair and Fiber Optic 6GK1970-1BA10-0AA0
Networks" Manual
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Further Support
8
Who to Contact
If you have technical questions about using the described product and your
problem is not dealt with in the documentation or in the integrated help system,
please contact your Siemens representative or dealer.
You will find the addresses:
● in our catalog IK PI
● on the Web (http://www.ad.siemens.de/net)
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Further Support
Automation and Drives, Service & Support
Service & Support from A&D is available round the clock worldwide.
The languages spoken are German and English.
French, Italian, and Spanish are also spoken on the authorization hotline.
Johnson City
Nuremberg
Singapore
Service & Support
Technical Support
Authorization Hotline
Europe and Africa (Nuremberg)
Mo. to Fr. 7:00 to 17:00 (local time, GMT +1)
Phone:
+49 - (0) 180 - 5050 - 222
Fax:
+49 - (0) 180 - 5050 - 223
E-mail:
techsupport@ad.siemens.de
Europe and Africa (Nuremberg)
Mo. to Fr. 7:00 to 17:00 (local time, GMT +1)
Phone:
+49 - (0) 911 - 895 - 7200
Fax:
+49 - (0) 911 - 895 - 7201
E-mail:
authorization@nbgm.siemens.de
America (Johnson City)
Mo. to Fr. 8:00 to 19:00 (local time, GMT -5)
Phone:
+1 - (0) 423 - 262 - 2522
Fax:
+1 - (0) 423 - 262 - 2231
E-mail:
simatic.hotline@sea.siemens.com
Asia and Australia (Singapore)
Mo. to Fr. 8:30 to 17:30 (local time, GMT +8)
Phone:
+65 - (0) 740 - 7000
Fax:
+65 - (0) 740 - 7001
E-mail:
simatic.hotline@sae.siemens.com.sg
SIMATIC Premium Hotline
Worldwide (Nuremberg)
Workdays
0:00 to 24:00 (local time, GMT +1)
Phone: +49 - (0) 911 - 895 - 7777
Fax:
+49 - (0) 911 - 895 - 7001
E-mail: techsupport@ad.siemens.de
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(charged, only with SIMATIC Card)
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Service & Support on the Internet
On the World Wide Web, you will find the very latest information on the entire
SIMATIC product range, forexample, answers to frequently asked questions
(FAQs), Tips and Tricks, software updates, manuals, and user information.
In addition to this free information, you can also order the following, for which a
charge is made:
● Software products
● Sample application programs
These are charged to the SIMATIC CARD.
Internet address:
http://www.siemens.de/automation/service&support
You can also formulate a question for the SIMATIC Knowledge Manager that will
find the solution in the knowledge database.
If you are working in an area without an online connection, part of the free
information area is available on the "SIMATIC Customer Support Knowledge Base"
CD.
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Further Support
Training for SIMATIC NET
Who to Contact about Training Courses:
Siemens AG
Trainings-Center für Automatisierungs- und Antriebstechnik
A&D PT 49 Kursbüro
Östliche Rheinbrückenstraße 50
76181 Karlsruhe
Germany
Phone:
Fax:
Internet:
+49 - (0) 721 - 595 - 2917
+49 - (0) 721 - 595 - 6087
http://www.sitrain.com
Certification
The products of SIMATIC NET are manufactured and marketed using a quality
management system complying with DIN ISO 9001 and certified by DQS
(certificate registration no. 2613). The DQS certificate is recognized in all IQNet
countries (Reg. No. 2613).
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Notes on the CE Mark
Product name:
SIMATIC NET
SIMATIC NET
SIMATIC NET
ELS TP40
ELS TP40M
ELS TP80
6GK1102-6AA00
6GK1102-6AB00
6GK1102-7AA00
The SIMATIC NET product listed above meets the requirements of the following
EU directives:
EMC Directive
Directive 89/336/EEC “Electromagnetic Compatibility"
Area of Application
The product is designed for use in an industrial environment:
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Area of Application
Industry
Requirements
Noise emission
Noise immunity
EN 50081-2 : 1993
EN 50082-2 : 1995
Installation Guidelines
● The product meets the requirements if you adhere to the installation and safety
instructions contained in this description and in the "SIMATIC NET Industrial
Ethernet TP and Fiber-Optic Networks" manual /2/.
Conformity Certificates
The EU declaration of conformity is available for the responsible authorities
according to the above-mentioned EU directive at the following address:
Siemens Aktiengesellschaft
Bereich Automatisierungs- und Antriebstechnik
Industrielle Kommunikation (A&D PT2)
Postfach 4848
D-90327 Nürnberg
Notes for the Manufacturers of Machines
This product is not a machine in the sense of the EU directive on machines. There
is therefore no declaration of conformity for the EU directive on machines
89/392/EEC.
If the product is part of the equipment of a machine, it must be included in the
procedure for obtaining the declaration of conformity by the manufacture of the
machine.
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10 Glossary
Autonegotiation
Procedure standardized by IEEE 802.3 in which the transmission
parameters (for example 10/100 Mbps, full/half duplex) are negotiated
automatically between the devices.
Autosensing
See Autonegotiation
ELS
Electrical Lean Switch
ESM
Electrical Switch Module
EMC
Electromagnetic compatibility
FC
FastConnect
MDI-X
Medium Dependent Interface Crossover
RJ-45 jack with network component pinning.
OSM
Optical Switch Module
TP Port
Twisted-pair port
11 Index
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Ambient conditions, permitted ..... 81, 84, 86
Authorization hotline................................ 89
C
Cable lengths, permitted ............. 81, 84, 86
Consignment ..................... 4, 36, 82, 85, 87
Customer Support ................................... 89
D
Displays ................................. 21, 26, 31, 34
E
Electrical data .............................. 80, 83, 86
H
Hotline ..................................................... 89
I
Installation
19" cubicle ........................................... 41
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standard rail..........................................40
Installation|...............................................37
M
Mounting
DIN rail .................................................38
wall .......................................................41
N
Network topologies ..................................17
P
Ports....................................................1, 21
Possible attachments...................10, 12, 14
Power supply ...............................24, 29, 33
T
Technical specifications...........................79
Technical Support....................................89
TP ports .......................................22, 27, 32
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12
/1/
SIMATIC NET Industrial Ethernet OSM/ESM Network Management,
Release 08/2001
supplied with every device on CD and available at
http://www4.ad.siemens.de/view/cs/de/8677203
on the Web.
/2/
SIMATIC NET Industrial Twisted Pair and Fiber-Optic Networks, Release 05/2001
Order numbers:
6GK1970-1BA10-0AA0 German
6GK1970-1BA10-0AA1 English
6GK1970-1BA10-0AA2 French
6GK1970-1BA10-0AA4 Italian
/3/
SINEC H1 Manual for Triaxial Networks, Release 04
Order number
6GK1970-1AA20-0AA0 (German/English)
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