Siemens SCALANCE X-400 Specifications

SIMATIC NET
Industrial Ethernet switches
SCALANCE X-400
Introduction
1
Safety instructions
2
Description
3
Installation
4
Connecting
5
Configuration / project
engineering
6
Approvals
7
Technical specifications
8
Dimension drawings
9
Operating Instructions
03/2009
C79000-G8976-C186-07
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Table of contents
1
Introduction................................................................................................................................................ 7
1.1
2
Safety instructions ..................................................................................................................................... 9
2.1
3
Preface X400 .................................................................................................................................7
ATEX safety instructions................................................................................................................9
Description............................................................................................................................................... 11
3.1
Basic information on Ethernet switching......................................................................................11
3.2
3.2.1
3.2.2
3.2.3
3.2.4
3.2.5
3.2.6
3.2.7
3.2.8
Network topologies ......................................................................................................................12
Linear structure ............................................................................................................................12
Star/tree structure ........................................................................................................................13
Ring with redundancy manager ...................................................................................................16
Options of media redundancy ......................................................................................................19
Media redundancy in ring topologies ...........................................................................................19
MRP .............................................................................................................................................20
HSR..............................................................................................................................................22
Redundant coupling of network segments...................................................................................23
3.3
3.3.1
3.3.2
3.3.2.1
3.3.2.2
3.3.2.3
3.3.2.4
3.3.2.5
3.3.3
System description of SCALANCE X-400 ...................................................................................25
Properties, functionality and features of SCALANCE X-400 .......................................................25
Ports of SCALANCE X-400..........................................................................................................27
10Base-T / 100Base-TX ..............................................................................................................27
1000Base-TX ...............................................................................................................................28
100Base-FX .................................................................................................................................29
1000Base-SX ...............................................................................................................................30
1000Base-LX ...............................................................................................................................30
Compatibility of SCALANCE X-400 .............................................................................................31
3.4
3.4.1
3.4.2
3.4.2.1
3.4.2.2
3.4.2.3
3.4.2.4
3.4.3
3.4.3.1
3.4.3.2
3.4.3.3
3.4.4
3.4.4.1
3.4.4.2
3.4.4.3
3.4.4.4
3.4.4.5
3.4.4.6
3.4.4.7
3.4.4.8
3.4.4.9
Description of the product ............................................................................................................32
Product characteristics.................................................................................................................32
SCALANCE X414-3E basic device..............................................................................................33
SCALANCE X414-3E power module...........................................................................................36
SCALANCE X414-3E digital inputs .............................................................................................38
SCALANCE X414-3E switch functionality ...................................................................................39
SCALANCE X414-3E ports..........................................................................................................40
SCALANCE X408-2 basic device ................................................................................................41
SCALANCE X408-2 power module .............................................................................................45
SCALANCE X408-2 switch functionality......................................................................................46
SCALANCE X408-2 ports ............................................................................................................47
X-400 media modules ..................................................................................................................48
Overview of the media modules for SCALANCE X-400 ..............................................................48
Fast Ethernet media module MM491-2 (100Base-FX) ................................................................52
Fast Ethernet media module MM491-2LD (100Base-FX) ...........................................................53
Fast Ethernet media module MM491-2LH+ (100Base-FX) .........................................................54
Gigabit media module MM492-2 (1000Base-SX) ........................................................................54
Gigabit media module MM492-2 LD (1000Base-LX)...................................................................55
Gigabit media module MM492-2LH (1000Base-LX)....................................................................55
Gigabit media module MM492-2LH+ (1000Base-LX)..................................................................56
Gigabit media module MM492-2ELH (1000Base-LX) .................................................................56
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3.4.5
3.4.5.1
3.4.5.2
3.4.6
3.4.7
3.4.7.1
3.4.7.2
4
5
Installation ............................................................................................................................................... 75
4.1
4.1.1
4.1.2
Installing / uninstalling the SCALANCE X-400............................................................................ 75
Installing / uninstalling with an S7-300 standard rail................................................................... 76
Installing / uninstalling with a 35 mm DIN rail ............................................................................. 77
4.2
4.2.1
4.2.2
Installing / removing the media modules, covers, and dummy cover ......................................... 80
Installing / removing a media module ......................................................................................... 80
Fitting / removing a cover/dummy cover ..................................................................................... 81
4.3
4.3.1
4.3.2
Installing / uninstalling the extender modules for SCALANCE X414-3E .................................... 83
Installing/uninstalling the EM495-8 twisted pair extender for SCALANCE X414-3E .................. 83
Installing / uninstalling the EM496-4 media module extender for SCALANCE X414-3E ........... 87
Connecting .............................................................................................................................................. 93
5.1
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.1.3
5.1.4
5.1.5
5.1.6
6
7
4
Ports ............................................................................................................................................ 93
Connectors of the power supply (X1) of the SCALANCE X-400 ................................................ 93
Connectors of the signaling contact and grounding strap (X2) of the SCALANCE X-400 ......... 94
Connectors of the digital inputs of the SCALANCE X414-3E ..................................................... 95
Connectors for the twisted pair cables........................................................................................ 96
Connectors for fiber-optic cables .............................................................................................. 100
Fitting IE FC RJ-45 Plug 180 .................................................................................................... 103
Configuration / project engineering ........................................................................................................ 105
6.1
Replacing a device.................................................................................................................... 105
6.2
Slot numbers of the modules and covers.................................................................................. 105
6.3
Factory default .......................................................................................................................... 106
6.4
6.4.1
6.4.2
Operator controls ...................................................................................................................... 108
DIL switches of the SCALANCE X414-3E ................................................................................ 108
SELECT / SET button ............................................................................................................... 112
6.5
6.5.1
6.5.2
6.5.3
6.5.4
6.5.5
LED display ............................................................................................................................... 113
Startup behavior of the SCALANCE X-400............................................................................... 114
Selecting the display modes ..................................................................................................... 114
LED display - power module ..................................................................................................... 115
LED display - CPU module ....................................................................................................... 116
LED display of the ports (DMode A through DMode D)............................................................ 117
6.6
Replacing the C-PLUG.............................................................................................................. 120
6.7
Show Location........................................................................................................................... 122
Approvals............................................................................................................................................... 123
7.1
8
SCALANCE X414-3E extender modules .................................................................................... 57
Extender for twisted pair EM495-8.............................................................................................. 57
EM496-4 extender for media modules........................................................................................ 60
C-PLUG (configuration plug)....................................................................................................... 62
SCALANCE X-400 covers and dummy covers ........................................................................... 64
SCALANCE X414-3E covers/dummy covers.............................................................................. 64
SCALANCE X408-2 covers/dummy covers ................................................................................ 69
Approvals, Certificates .............................................................................................................. 123
Technical specifications ......................................................................................................................... 127
8.1
SCALANCE X414-3E and X408-2 - technical specifications.................................................... 127
8.2
Media module MM491-2 (100Base-FX) - technical specifications............................................ 131
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8.3
Media module MM491-2LD (100Base-FX) - technical specifications........................................132
8.4
Media module MM491-2LH+ (100Base-FX) - technical specifications......................................133
8.5
Media module MM492-2 (1000Base-SX) - technical specifications ..........................................134
8.6
Media module MM492-2LD (1000Base-LX) - technical specifications ......................................135
8.7
Media module MM492-2LH (1000Base-LX) - technical specifications ......................................136
8.8
Media module MM492-2LH+ (1000Base-LX) - technical specifications....................................137
8.9
Media module MM492-2ELH (1000Base-LX) - technical specifications....................................138
8.10
Extender module EM495-8 - technical specifications ................................................................139
8.11
Extender module EM496-4 - technical specifications ................................................................139
Dimension drawings .............................................................................................................................. 141
Glossary ................................................................................................................................................ 149
Index...................................................................................................................................................... 155
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Introduction
1.1
1
Preface X400
Purpose of the Operating Instructions
These Operating Instructions describe the functions of the SCALANCE X-400 product line of
modular Industrial Ethernet switches and support you during installation, commissioning, and
troubleshooting on site.
You will find information on configuring in the separate Configuration Manual - SCALANCE
X-400.
"Operating Instructions (compact)" are also supplied with the product.
Validity of the Operating Instructions
These operating instructions are valid for the following products:
● Industrial Ethernet Switch SCALANCE X414-3E
order number: 6GK5 414-3FC00-2AA2
● Industrial Ethernet Switch SCALANCE X408-2
order number: 6GK5 408-2FD00-2AA2
● Media module MM491-2
order number: 6GK5 491-2AB00-8AA2
● Media module MM491-2LD
order number: 6GK5 491-2AC00-8AA2
● Media module MM491-2LH+
order number: 6GK5 491-2AE00-8AA2
● Media module MM492-2
order number: 6GK5 492-2AL00-8AA2
● Media module MM492-2LD
order number: 6GK5 492-2AM00-8AA2
● Media module MM492-2LH
order number: 6GK5 492-2AN00-8AA2
● Media module MM492-2LH+
order number: 6GK5 492-2AP00-8AA2
● Media module MM492-2ELH
order number: 6GK5 492-2AQ00-8AA2
● Extender module EM495-8
order number: 6GK5 495-8BA00-8AA2
● Extender module EM496-4
order number: 6GK5 496-4MA00-8AA2
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Introduction
1.1 Preface X400
Names of the devices in these operating instructions
The descriptions in these operating instructions always apply to the devices of the
SCALANCE X-400 product line listed under "Validity of the Operating Instructions" in this
document unless the description relates to a specific device of the product line. In the
remainder of the description, the devices are called IE Switches X-400.
Further documentation
For help on configuration and diagnostics using Web-based management, the CLI command
line, or SNMP, refer to the following documentation:
● SCALANCE X-300 SCALANCE X-400 Configuration Manual
C79000-G89xx-C187-06
(xx = German 00, English 76, French 77, Italian, 72 Spanish 78)
This configuration manual is available on the following media:
– On the supplied CD
– On the Internet at the address
http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/xx/19625108
(xx = German 00, English 76, French 77, Italian 72, Spanish 78)
● SIMATIC NET Twisted Pair and Fiber Optic Networks
This manual is available on the following media:
– In paper form under the order number C79000-G89xx-C125
(xx = German 00, English 76, French 77, Italian 72, Spanish 78)
– On the Internet at the address
http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/xx/8763736
(xx = German de, English en, French fr, Italian it, Spanish es)
Standards and approvals
The IE Switches X-400 meet the requirements for the CE mark. For more detailed
information, refer to the appendix of these Operating Instructions.
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Safety instructions
2.1
2
ATEX safety instructions
ATEX safety instructions
The ATEX safety instructions must be adhered to during any work on the product (for
example installation, connecting up).
Below, you will see the original texts for ATEX and FM.
Requirements for the cabinet/enclosure
WARNING
When used in hazardous environments corresponding to Class I, Division 2 or Class I,
Zone 2, the device must be installed in a cabinet or a suitable enclosure.
To comply with EU Directive 94/9 (ATEX95), this enclosure must meet the requirements of
at least IP54 in compliance with EN 60529.
Suitable cables for temperatures in excess of 70 °C
WARNING
If the cable or conduit entry point exceeds 70 °C or the branching point of conductors
exceeds 80 °C
special precautions must be taken. If the equipment is operated in an air ambient in excess
of 50 °C, only use cables with admitted maximum operating temperature of at least 80 °C.
Protection against transient voltage surges
WARNING
Provisions shall be made to prevent the rated voltage from being exceeded by transient
voltage surges of more than 40%. This criterion is fulfilled, if supplies are derived from
SELV (Safety Extra-Low Voltage) only.
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Safety instructions
2.1 ATEX safety instructions
Safety extra low voltage
WARNING
The equipment is designed for operation with Safety Extra-Low Voltage (SELV) by a
Limited Power Source (LPS).
This means that only SELV / LPS complying with IEC 60950-1 / EN 60950-1 / VDE 0805-1
must be connected to the power supply terminals. The power supply unit for the equipment
power supply must comply with NEC Class 2, as described by the National Electrical Code
(r) (ANSI / NFPA 70).
There is an additional requirement if devices are operated with a redundant power supply:
If the equipment is connected to a redundant power supply (two separate power supplies),
both must meet
these requirements.
Risk of explosion when connecting or disconnecting the device
WARNING
EXPLOSION HAZARD
DO NOT CONNECT OR DISCONNECT EQUIPMENT WHEN A FLAMMABLE OR
COMBUSTIBLE ATMOSPHERE IS PRESENT.
Replacing components
WARNING
EXPLOSION HAZARD
SUBSTITUTION OF COMPONENTS MAY IMPAIR SUITABILITY FOR CLASS I, DIVISION
2 OR ZONE 2.
Opening the device
WARNING
DO NOT OPEN WHEN ENERGIZED.
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Description
3.1
3
Basic information on Ethernet switching
Ethernet switching
Ethernet switches forward data packets directly from the input port to the appropriate output
port during data exchange based on the address information. Ethernet switches operate on a
direct delivery basis.
Essentially, switches have the following functions:
● Connection of collision domains / subnets
Since repeaters and star couplers (hubs) operate at the physical level, their use is
restricted to the span of a collision domain. Switches connect collision domains. Their use
is therefore not restricted to the maximum span of a repeater network. On the contrary,
extremely large networks with large spans are possible with switches.
● Containing load
By filtering the data traffic based on the Ethernet (MAC) addresses, local data traffic
remains local. In contrast to repeaters or hubs, which distribute data unfiltered to all ports
/ network nodes, switches operate selectively. Only data intended for nodes in other
subnets is switched from the input port to the appropriate output port of the switch. To
make this possible, a table assigning Ethernet (MAC) addresses to output ports is
created by the switch in a "teach-in" mode.
● Limiting errors to the affected subnet.
By checking the validity of a data packet on the basis of the checksum which each data
packet contains, the switch ensures that bad data packets are not transported further.
Collisions in one network segment are not passed on to other segments.
The need for Industrial Ethernet switches
With over 95% of LANs based on Ethernet, this is the most commonly used technology. The
use of switches is particularly important. They allow extensive networks with large numbers
of nodes to be set up, increase the data throughput, and simplify network expansion.
The modular IE Switches X-400 from SIMATIC NET are designed for use in high-speed plant
networks that will also meet future requirements. Thanks to their modular design, the
IE Switches X-400 can be adapted to the task in hand in terms of number of ports and
transmission medium. Due to support of IT standards such as VLAN, RSTP, IGMP, and
GARP makes seamless integration of automation networks in existing office networks
possible.
The devices are designed for use in switching cubicles and cabinets.
Technical options (network topologies)
The modularity of IE Switches X-400 simplifies the expansion of a network regardless of the
network topology.
You can use an IE Switch X-400 in the following network topologies:
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Description
3.2 Network topologies
● Linear structure
● Star/tree structure
● Ring with redundancy manager
The maximum cable length is 70 km for single mode Fast Ethernet transmission and single
mode gigabit transmission. Mixed operation within the topology, for example between
SCALANCE X414-3E and OSMs/ESMs is possible regardless of the structure being used
(ring with redundancy manager, star, or linear structure).
Using an IE Switch X-400 as the redundancy manager in a ring with redundancy manager
provides greater availability. If there is an interruption on the connection between these
switches, the IE Switch X-400 used as redundancy manager acts like a switch and in a very
short time creates a line from the ring with redundancy manager. As a result, a functional,
end-to-end structure is restored. For more detailed information, refer to the configuration
manual "SCALANCE X-300 and SCALANCE X-400 Industrial Ethernet Switches".
3.2
Network topologies
3.2.1
Linear structure
Functional description
Linear structures can be created with IE Switches X-400. The cascading depth and total
span of a network are limited only by the signal propagation times of the communication
connections.
Properties of the linear structure
Each IE Switch X-400 communicates over a TP or FO cable with a neighboring Ethernet
switch. Communication is possible over the optical or the electrical ports.
For more detailed information, refer to the table below.
Table 3- 1
Optical ports (on the slots)
Media module
SCALANCE X414-3E
SCALANCE X408-2
5
5 and 6
Gigabit
MM492-2, MM492-2LD,
MM492-2LH,
MM492-2LH+ or
MM492-2ELH
Fast Ethernet
MM491-2, MM491-2LD or
MM491-2LH+
12
6 and 7
5 and 6
with extender: 12, 13, 14 and 15
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Table 3- 2
Electrical ports (on the slots)
Transmission rate
SCALANCE X414-3E
SCALANCE X408-2
Gigabit
5
5 and 6
Fast Ethernet
5 and 9 to 11
with extender: 12 and 13
5, 6 and 8
With the fault mask, it is possible to monitor the port states using the signaling contact. In
addition to interconnecting the switches, it is also possible to connect one or more end
devices to every IE Switch X-400.
Configuration example
Sample configuration with SCALANCE X414-3E, SIMATIC S7-300/400 and operator panel
as end devices.
Fiber Optic
SCALANCE
X414-3E
S7-400
S7-300
SCALANCE
X414-3E
S7-400
ET 200S
Figure 3-1
Linear structure (optical)
3.2.2
Star/tree structure
S7-300
ET 200S
SCALANCE
X414-3E
S7-400
S7-300
ET 200S
SCALANCE
X414-3E
ET 200S
S7-300
ET 200S
Functional description
Star/tree structures can be created with IE Switches X-400. The cascading depth and total
span of a network are limited only by the signal propagation times of the communication
connections.
Properties of a star structure
Each IE Switch X-400 communicates over a TP or FO cable with a central switch with which
all other switches are also connected within a star structure. Communication is possible over
the optical or the electrical ports.
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3.2 Network topologies
For more detailed information, refer to the table below.
Table 3- 3
Optical ports (on the slots)
Media module
SCALANCE X414-3E
SCALANCE X408-2
5
5 and 6
Gigabit
MM492-2, MM492-2LD,
MM492-2LH,
MM492-2LH+ or
MM492-2ELH
Fast Ethernet
MM491-2, MM491-2LD or
MM491-2LH+
Table 3- 4
5 and 6
6 and 7
with extender: 12, 13, 14 and 15
Electrical ports (on the slots)
Transmission rate
SCALANCE X414-3E
SCALANCE X408-2
Gigabit
5
5 and 6
Fast Ethernet
5 and 9 through 11
(12 and 13 with extender)
5, 6 and 8
With the fault mask, it is possible to monitor the port states using the signaling contact. In
addition to connecting the switches to the central IE Switch X-400, it is also possible to
connect one or more end devices.
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Configuration example
Sample configurations electrical / optical with SCALANCE X-400, SCALANCE X-200,
SIMATIC S7-300/400, SIMATIC ET 200, and operator panels as end devices.
SCALANCE X414-3E
SCALANCE
X414-3E
S7-400
SCALANCE
X208
SCALANCE
X208
S7-400
S7-300
S7-300
SCALANCE
X208
ET 200S
S7-300
ET 200S ET 200S ET 200S
ET 200S
ET 200S
Figure 3-2
Star structure (electrical)
SCALANCE X408-2
Fiber Optic
SCALANCE
X206-1
S7-400
SCALANCE
X206-1
S7-300
SCALANCE
X206-1
S7-400
S7-300
SCALANCE
X206-1
ET 200S
S7-300
ET 200S ET 200S ET 200S
ET 200S
Figure 3-3
ET 200S
ET 200S
Star structure (optical)
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3.2 Network topologies
3.2.3
Ring with redundancy manager
To increase the availability, optical or electrical linear topologies of up to 50 switches
(IE Switches X-400, SCALANCE X-200, or OSM/ESM) can be closed with a SCALANCE
X414-3E or SCALANCE X408-2 to form a ring.
Functional description
The two ends of the bus are closed to form a ring by an IE Switch X-400 operating as a
redundancy manager.
Table 3- 5
Redundancy manager setting
SCALANCE X414-3E
SCALANCE X408-2
The redundancy manager function is enabled or
disabled by DIL switches on the CPU module or
by configuring with CLI or WBM.
The redundancy manager function is enabled by
the SELECT/SET button or implemented by a
setting in the software (CLI or WBM).
For more detailed information, refer to the
configuration manual "Industrial Ethernet
Switches SCALANCE X-300 SCALANCE X-400".
In contrast to the ring ports of the other switches, the ring ports of the redundancy manager
are disconnected when the network is operating problem-free. The IE Switch X-400
operating in the redundancy manager mode monitors the connected bus over its ring ports
and switches the ring ports through if there is an interruption on the connected bus; in other
words, it restores a functioning bus over this substitute path. Reconfiguration is achieved
within 0.3 s. As soon as the problem is eliminated, the original topology is restored; in other
words, the ring ports in the redundancy manager are disconnected from each other again.
In a ring with redundancy manager, there can only be one switch configured as a
redundancy manager.
(Default ports 5.1 and 5.2. Both the RM and the switches in the ring must be connected over
these ring ports to allow redundancy to function.)
Electrical ring ports
An electrical ring with redundancy manager can be set up without media modules since the
basic device provides connectors (RJ-45 jacks) that allow attachment of electrical (twisted
pair) connections (10, 100, 1000 Mbps). The factory setting defines the two ports on slot 5 as
ring ports.
Table 3- 6
Connectors of the basic device (on the slots)
SCALANCE X414-3E
SCALANCE X408-2
5
5 and 6
Optical ring ports
An optical ring with redundancy manager is only possible with media modules.
Which slots or ports should be used, depends on the selected transmission rate. The ports
that can be used as ring ports are located on the media modules that can be used in the
following slots (see table).
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3.2 Network topologies
As an alternative to optical gigabit transmission, the following ports (see table) can also be
configured as ring ports for an optical Fast Ethernet connection.
Table 3- 7
Optical ring with redundancy manager (on the slots)
Media module
SCALANCE X414-3E
SCALANCE X408-2
5
5 and 6
6 and 7
5 and 6
Gigabit
MM492-2, MM492-2LD,
MM492-2LH,
MM492-2LH+ or
MM492-2ELH
Fast Ethernet
MM491-2, MM491-2LD or
MM491-2LH+
Connection of other network segments or end devices
Just as with all other switches in the ring with redundancy manager, further end devices or
entire subnets can be connected to the ports listed in the table over twisted pair (TP cable).
Table 3- 8
Ports for further network segments or end devices
SCALANCE X414-3E
SCALANCE X408-2
To all ports of slots 9-11 and
to the ports of a twisted pair extender module
All non ring ports
With the SCALANCE X414-3E, the use of a media module extender in the redundancy
manager and in all other switches in this network structure provides the option of connecting
further end devices or complete subnets with FO cable.
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Configuration example
Sample configurations with SCALANCE X-400, SIMATIC S7-200/300/400, operator control
and monitoring system, H system, and PC as end devices.
SCALANCE X-400
SCALANCE X-400
RM
S7-200
1000
Mbit/s
S7-300
10/100
Mbit/s
SCALANCE
X-400
S7-400
H-System
Figure 3-4
H-System
Gigabit ring with redundancy manager (RM)
PC
S7-400
S7-400
Switch
SCALANCE
X-400
PC
S7-300
Fiber Optic
S7-400
Switch
SCALANCE
X204-2
S7-300
PC
PC
S7-300
PC
S7-400
S7-400
S7-400
Figure 3-5
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Optical ring with redundancy manager
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3.2.4
Options of media redundancy
There are various options available to increase the network availability of an Industrial
Ethernet network with optical or electrical linear bus topologies:
● Mesh networks
● Parallel connection of transmission paths
● Closing a linear bus topology to form a ring topology
3.2.5
Media redundancy in ring topologies
Structure of a ring topology
Nodes in a ring topology can be external switches and/or the integrated switches of
communications modules.
To set up a ring topology with media redundancy, you bring together the two free ends of a
linear bus topology in one device. Closing the linear bus topology to form a ring is achieved
with two ports (ring ports) of a device in the ring. This device is the redundancy manager. All
other devices in the ring are redundancy clients.
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Devices in a ring topology with media redundancy
The two ring ports of a device are the ports that establish the connection to its two
neighboring devices in the ring topology. The ring ports are selected and set in the
configuration of the relevant device. On the S7 Ethernet CP modules, the ring ports are
indicated by an "R" after the port number.
Note
Create the configuration of the devices to be connected to form a ring before you close the
ring.
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How media redundancy works in a ring topology
When using media redundancy, the data paths between the individual devices are
reconfigured if the ring is interrupted at one point. Following reconfiguration of the topology,
the devices can once again be reached in the resulting new topology.
In the redundancy manager, the 2 ring ports are disconnected from each other if the network
is uninterrupted. This prevents circulating data frames. In terms of data transmission, the ring
topology is a linear bus topology. The redundancy manager monitors the ring topology. It
does this by sending test frames both from ring port 1 and ring port 2. The test frames run
round the ring in both directions until they arrive at the other ring port of the redundancy
manager.
An interruption of the ring can be caused by loss of the connection between two devices or
by failure of a device in the ring.
If the test frames of the redundancy manager no longer arrive at the other ring port, the
redundancy manager connects its two ring ports. This substitute path once again restores a
functioning connection between all remaining devices in the form of a linear bus topology.
The time between the ring interruption and restoration of a functional linear topology is
known as the reconfiguration time.
As soon as the interruption is eliminated, the original transmission paths are established
again, the two ring ports of the redundancy manager are disconnected and the redundancy
clients informed of the change. The redundancy clients then use the new paths to the other
devices.
If the redundancy manager fails, the ring becomes a functional linear bus.
Media redundancy methods
The following media redundancy methods are supported by SIMATIC NET products:
● HSR (High Speed Redundancy)
Reconfiguration time: 0.3 seconds
● MRP (Media Redundancy Protocol)
Reconfiguration time: 0.2 seconds
Automatic configuration of the ring
The mechanisms of these methods are similar. With both methods, up to 50 devices can
participate in the ring. HSR and MRP cannot be used in the ring at the same time.
If you configure your plant using STEP 7, you can only select MRP as the media redundancy
method.
If you configure your devices with Web Based Management, CLI or SNMP, you can choose
either HSR or MRP.
3.2.6
MRP
The "MRP" method conforms to the Media Redundancy Protocol (MRP) specified in the
standard IEC 61158 Type 10 "PROFINET".
The reconfiguration time after an interruption of the ring is a maximum of 0.2 seconds.
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Requirements
The following requirements must be met for problem-free operation with the MRP media
redundancy protocol:
● MRP is supported in ring topologies with up to 50 devices. Exceeding this number of
devices can lead to a loss of data traffic.
● The ring in which you want to use MRP may only consist of devices that support this
function. This applies, for example, to the following devices:
– Industrial Ethernet switches
SCALANCE X-200 as of firmware version V4.0
SCALANCE X-200 IRT as of firmware version V4.0
SCALANCE X-300 as of firmware version V3.0
SCALANCE X-400 as of firmware version V3.0
– Communications processors
CP 443-1 Advanced (6GK7 443-1GX20-0XE0) as of firmware version V2.0
CP 343-1 Advanced (6GK7 343-1GX30-0XE0) as of firmware version V1.0
CP 1616 (6GK1 161-6AA00) as of firmware version V2.2
CP 1604 (6GK1 160-4AA00) as of firmware version V2.2
– Non-Siemens devices that support this functionality.
Further Siemens devices are planned that will support MRP.
● All devices must be interconnected via their ring ports.
● If you configure in STEP 7, MRP must be enabled on all devices in the ring (see "MRP
configuration in PROFINET IO").
● If you configure with Web Based Management, CLI or SNMP, set all the devices in the
ring to "MRP Client" or "Automatic Redundancy Detection". At least one device in the ring
must have the setting "Automatic Redundancy Detection".
● In their basic status, the "Automatic Redundancy Detection" mode is set on IE switches
as default.
● The connection settings (transmission medium / duplex) must be set to full duplex and at
least 100 Mbps for all ring ports. Otherwise there may be a loss of data traffic.
To do this, set all the ports involved in the ring to "Automatic settings" in the "Options" tab
of the properties dialog during STEP 7 configuration.
● If you configure with Web Based Management, the ring ports are set automatically to
autonegotiation.
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Topology
The following schematic shows a possible topology for devices in a ring with MRP.
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The following rules apply to a ring topology with media redundancy using MRP:
● All the devices connected within the ring topology are members of the same redundancy
domain.
● One device in the ring is acting as redundancy manager.
● All other devices in the ring are redundancy clients.
Non MRP-compliant devices can be connected to the ring via a SCALANCE X switch or via
a PC with a CP 1616.
3.2.7
HSR
The "HSR" method allows a reconfiguration time of 0.3 seconds following an interruption in
the ring.
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Requirements
The following requirements must be met for problem-free operation with the HSR media
redundancy method:
● HSR is supported in ring topologies with up to 50 devices. Exceeding this number of
devices can lead to a loss of data traffic.
● The ring in which you want to use HSR may only consist of devices that support this
function. This applies, for example, to the following devices: X-400 IE switches, X-300
IE switches, X-200 IE switches and OSM / ESM.
● All devices must be interconnected via their ring ports.
● A device in the ring must be configured as redundancy manager by selecting the "HSR
Manager" setting. You can do this with the button on the front of the device, Web Based
Management, CLI or SNMP.
● On all other devices in the ring, either the "HSR Client" or "Automatic Redundancy
Detection" mode must be activated.
You can do this with Web Based Management, CLI or SNMP.
● In the basic status, the "HSR Client" or "Automatic Redundancy Detection" mode is set as
default.
3.2.8
Redundant coupling of network segments
Redundant coupling of network segments
The example of the redundant linking of two network segments shown here, for example
rings with redundancy manager (HSR only), can be implemented homogeneously with
SCALANCE X414-3E or SCALANCE X408-2 or mixed with SCALANCE X414-3E and
SACLANCE X408-2. Reconfiguration time 300 ms.
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SCALANCE X414-3E
SCALANCE X408-2
RM
1000
Mbit/s
S7-200
S7-300
10/100
Mbit/s
SCALANCE X408-2
als Standby-Master
projektiert
SCALANCE X414-3E
als Standby-Slave
projektiert
S7-400
SCALANCE
X414-3E
1000
Mbit/s
RM
Figure 3-8
SCALANCE
X414-3E
Redundant coupling of two subnets in mixed operation with SCALANCE X414-3E and
SCALANCE X408-2
In this case, network segments are rings with a redundancy manager (RM). The rings can
also be interrupted at one point (linear topology).
For a redundant link as shown in the figure, two devices must be configured within a network
segment. This configuration is set in Web Based Management, Command Line Interface or
using SNMP access. For more detailed information, refer to the configuration manual
"SCALANCE X-300 and SCALANCE X-400 Industrial Ethernet Switches". The two devices
connected in the configuration exchange data frames with each other to synchronize their
operating statuses (one device is master and the other slave). If there are no problems, only
the link from the master to the other network segment is active. If this link fails (for example
due to a link-down or a device failure), the slave activates its link as long as the problem
persists. Reconfiguration takes place within 0.3 s.
Note
If SCALANCE X408-2 are used exclusively for redundant coupling of the gigabit rings, the
coupling links can also be designed with a gigabit transmission rate.
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3.3
System description of SCALANCE X-400
3.3.1
Properties, functionality and features of SCALANCE X-400
This chapter explains special properties, features, and options available to you with
IE Switches X-400.
The basic device always consists of the frame, the power supply and a CPU module. The
basic device of the SCALANCE X414-3E has additional digital signal inputs.
IE Switches X-400 provide a modular structure for the required ports. The modularity
simplifies setup and subsequent expansion of complex network topologies to meet current
needs.
● Gigabit technology
The basic device has ports with a transmission rate of 1 Gbps for electrical cables
(twisted pair) or by adding gigabit media modules for fiber-optic cables (FO).
● With IE-Switches X-400, it is possible to split the ring ports on two different slots. If one of
the media modules fails, operation can be maintained as a linear bus structure. A
defective module can be replaced during operation.
● The basic device has a signaling contact for local operator control.
● There is a serial interface available for local diagnostics and local configuration.
● C-PLUG
When replacing a device, the C-PLUG can be removed and inserted in the new device so
that the configuration can be retained.
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Components of the IE Switches X-400
The following table shows the components of the IE Switches X-400:
Component
Function
SCALANCE X414-3E
basic device
IE Switch with management
functions and
• 12 Fast Ethernet RJ-45
interfaces
• 2 gigabit Ethernet RJ-45
interfaces
• 1 slot for media module
MM492-2, MM492-2LD,
MM492-2LH, MM492-2LH+
or MM492-2ELH
• 2 slots for media modules
MM491-2, MM491-2LD or
MM491-2LH+
• 1 x slot for extender EM4958 or EM496-4
• 8 digital inputs
• Additional Ethernet RJ-45
interface for "outband"
management.
• Layer 3 routing functionality
SCALANCE X408-2
basic device
Media module fiber-optic 1000
Mbps
Figure
IE Switch with management
functions and
• 4 Fast Ethernet RJ-45
interfaces
• 4 gigabit Ethernet RJ-45
interfaces
• 2 combined slots for media
modules MM492-2, MM4922LD, MM492-2LH, MM4922LH+, MM492-2ELH,
MM491-2, MM491-2LD or
MM491-2LH+
Expands the basic device by
two gigabit fiber-optic ports.
X414-3E
SIEMENS
SWITCH CPU
F
L1
L2
SCALANCE
X-400
IN1/IN5
IN2/IN6
IN3/IN7
IN4/IN8
CV490
COVER
RM
STBY
DM1
DM2
SELECT/SET
Example SCALANCE X414-3E
X408-2
SIEMENS
F
L1
L2
SCALANCE
X-400
RM
STBY
DM1
DM2
Example SCALANCE X408-2
MM 492-2
FO 2 x 1000
P1
P2
MM492-2, MM492-2LD,
MM492-2LH, MM492-2LH+,
MM492-2ELH
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Component
Function
Media module
Expands the basic device
by two Fast Ethernet
fiber-optic ports.
100 Mbps
Figure
MM 492-2
FO 2 x 1000
P1
P2
MM491-2, MM491-2LD
(as of product version ES04),
MM491-2LH+
Only for SCALANCE X414-3E
Twisted pair extender
Expands the basic device
by eight Fast Ethernet
ports with RJ-45
jacks.
EM495-8
Only for SCALANCE X414-3E
Media module extender
Expands the basic device
by four slots for
Fast Ethernet media modules.
EM496-4
3.3.2
Ports of SCALANCE X-400
Ports
IE Switches X-400 provide you with electrical ports that can be used as gigabit and ring
ports. The expansion with media modules provides you with additional optical ports.
By using an extender module, you can increase the number of ports on the
SCALANCE X414-3E by a maximum of eight ports.
3.3.2.1
10Base-T / 100Base-TX
Transmission rate
The transmission rate of the electrical ports is 10 Mbps or as Fast Ethernet ports 100 Mbps.
Transmission mode
The transmission mode for 10Base-T / 100Base-TX is specified in the IEEE 802.3i / IEEE
802.3u standards of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers.
Autonegotiation (automatic detection of the best transmission modes) is default. The order in
which they are selected is:
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● 100Base-TX full duplex
● 100Base-TX half duplex
● 10Base-T full duplex
● 10Base-T half duplex
Two communication modes are possible:
● Half duplex
Two-way alternate transmission mode - it is only possible to either send or receive over
the interfaces at any one time.
● Full duplex mode
Two-way simultaneous - both communication partners can send and receive at the same
time.
Connections to other switches can use half or full duplex; connections to hubs are possible
only in half duplex mode.
Transmission medium
Data transmission at 10 Mbps and at 100 Mbps is over two wire pairs (pin 1, 2, 3, 6) of the
twisted pair cable. For 10 Mbps, at least a category 3 (Cat 3) and for 100 Mbps, at least a
four-wire (2x2) category 5 (Cat 5) cable is necessary.
Transmission range
The maximum transmission range (segment length) is 100 m.
Connectors
The connectors used are 8-pin RJ-45 jacks with securing collars. The securing collar in
conjunction with the cover ensures a flush fit and the locking mechanism with the
PROFINET-compliant male connectors IE FC RJ-45 Plug 180 and IE FC_RJ-45 Plug 145
provides a rugged node attachment suitable for an industrial environment that provides strain
and bending relief for the RJ-45 jack.
3.3.2.2
1000Base-TX
Transmission rate
The transmission rate of the electrical gigabit ports is 1 Gbps.
Transmission mode
The transmission mode for 1000Base-TX is specified in the IEEE 802.3ab standard.
At 1 Gbps, autonegotiation is optional.
Two communication modes are possible:
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● Half duplex
● Full duplex
Transmission medium
Data is transmitted over an eight-wire twisted pair cable.
NOTICE
For data transmission at 1 Gbps, at least a Cat 5e twisted-pair cable with 4 x 2 wires is
necessary. With a four-wire cable (2 x 2 wires), a maximum data transmission rate of 100
Mbps is possible.
Transmission range
The maximum transmission range (segment length) is 100 m.
Connectors
The connectors used are 8-pin RJ-45 jacks.
3.3.2.3
100Base-FX
Transmission rate
The transmission rate of the optical Fast Ethernet ports is 100 Mbps.
Transmission mode
Transmission with 100Base-FX is defined in the IEEE 802.3u standard and is specified as
100 Mbps transmission rate and full duplex.
Transmission medium
Data transmission is over multimode or single mode fiber-optic cable (FOC).
Two FOC types can be used:
● Multimode FOC
The core diameter is 50 µm; the light source is an LED. Many modes are used for signal
transmission. The propagation times of the light pulses (dispersion) restrict the maximum
range considerably.
● Single mode FOC
The core diameter is 9 or 10 µm; the light source is a laser diode. To transmit a signal,
only one mode is used greatly reducing dispersion. As a result, the maximum range of
single mode FOC is greater than that of multimode FOC.
Regardless of the type used, the outer diameter of the FOC is 125 µm.
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Transmission range
The maximum transmission range (segment length) depends on the module selected and
the FOC. The range is as follows:
● 100Base-FX module and multimode FOC: 3 km
● 100Base-FX-LD module and single mode FOC: 26 km
● 100Base-FX-LH/ LH+ module and single mode FOC: 70 km
Connectors
The connectors used are BFOC sockets or SC duplex sockets with the 100BaseFX LH/ LH+
module.
3.3.2.4
1000Base-SX
Transmission rate
The transmission rate of the optical gigabit ports is 1 Gbps.
Transmission mode
Transmission with 1000Base-SX is defined in the IEEE 802.3z standard and is specified as
1000 Mbps transmission rate and full duplex.
Transmission medium
Data is transmitted over multimode FOC. The wavelength is 850 nm.
The core diameter of the multimode FOC is 50 µm; the light source is an LED. Many modes
are used for signal transmission. The propagation times of the light pulses (dispersion)
restrict the maximum range considerably.
Transmission range
The maximum transmission range (segment length) is 750 m when using SIMATIC NET
fiber-optic multimode FOC with SC duplex connectors.
Connectors
SC duplex female connectors are used.
3.3.2.5
1000Base-LX
Transmission rate
The transmission rate of the optical gigabit ports is 1 Gbps.
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Transmission mode
Transmission with 1000Base-LX is defined in the IEEE 802.3z standard and is specified as
1000 Mbps transmission rate and full duplex.
Transmission medium
Data is transmitted over single mode FOC. The wavelength is 1310 nm or 1550 nm.
The core diameter of the single mode FOC is 9 or 10 µm; the light source is a laser diode. To
transmit a signal, only one mode is used greatly reducing dispersion. As a result, the
maximum range of single mode FOC is greater than that of multimode FOC.
Transmission range
The maximum transmission range (segment length) is 120 km for single mode FOC.
Connectors
SC duplex female connectors are used.
3.3.3
Compatibility of SCALANCE X-400
Compatibility list
The following products and devices are compatible with IE Switches X-400:
● End devices
All SIMATIC NET products with a TP port can be connected to the ports of the
IE Switches X-400.
● Network components in linear or star structure
ESM/OSM
OMC (TP cable max. 6 m long)
SCALANCE X005
SCALANCE X-100
SCALANCE X-100 medium converter
SCALANCE X-200
SCALANCE X-200IRT
SCALANCE S-600
SCALANCE W-700
● Network components in a ring structure with IE-Switches X-400 as RM
ESM/OSM
SCALANCE X-200
SCALANCE X-200IRT
● Redundant coupling of networks.
– In the network segment with the master-slave pair to be configured:
SCALANCE X-400
– In the network segment to be coupled:
ESM/OSM
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SCALANCE X-200
SCALANCE X-200IRT
SCALANCE X-400
Note
All compatibility information assumes the correct use of the TP and FOC cables.
3.4
Description of the product
3.4.1
Product characteristics
Overview
The IE Switches X-400 consist of modular Industrial Ethernet switches, media modules, and
extenders. 100 Mbps and 1000 Mbps technology is supported for different transmission
media (twisted pair, fiber-optic) and increased port requirements. The main areas of
application are high-performance plant networks. Due to its modular structure, the
IE Switches X-400 are designed to meet future demands and can be adapted to meet the
requirements of a particular task.
Table 3- 9
Overview of the product characteristics
Properties
Device type
X414-3E
X408-2
Diagnostics LED
+
+
2x 24 V DC
+
+
C-PLUG
+
+
Digital Inputs
+
-
Ring redundancy with RM
+ (with DIL switches or CLI /
WBM)
+ (using software)
Standby link
+ (using software)
+ (using software)
Table 3- 10
Overview of the connection options
Media module
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Device type
X414-3E
X408-2
MM491-2
2 (with extender module 6)
2
MM491-2LD
2 (with extender module 6)
2
MM491-2LH+
2 (with extender module 6)
2
MM492-2
1
2
MM492-2LD
1
2
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3.4.2
Media module
Device type
MM492-2LH
1
2
MM492-2LH+
1
2
MM492-2ELH
1
2
EM495-8
1
-
EM496-4
1
-
SCALANCE X414-3E basic device
Overview
The SCALANCE X414-3E has two integrated gigabit Ethernet twisted pair ports (100 or 1000
Mbps) to interconnect multiple switches. The nodes are connected over 12 Fast Ethernet
ports integrated in the switch (10 or 100 Mbps).
To set up optical gigabit networks, both integrated gigabit Ethernet ports can be converted to
fiber-optic cable over a 2-port gigabit Ethernet module. Module variants for multimode (up to
750 m) and single mode (up to 70 km) are available.
Figure 3-9
Basic device without media modules, protective caps and covers
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Figure 3-10
Basic device with media modules and covers
Components of the product
The following components are supplied with the SCALANCE X414-3E:
● Basic device with power module in slot 2, DI module with eight digital inputs in slot 3,
CPU module including C-PLUG in slot 4, protective caps for media module terminal strips
in slots 5, 6, and 7.
● 1 CV490 2x1000, cover of media module slot 5
2 CV490 2x100, cover of media module slots 6 and 7
1 CV490 Cover, dummy cover for slot 8
3 CV490 4x100, cover for slots 9 to 11
● SIMATIC NET Manual Collection CD
● Slot labels for slots 1 through 18
● 1 connector for power supply (4-pin)
● 1 connector for signaling contact (4-pin)
● 2 connectors for digital inputs (5-pin)
● 1 sheet with 15 labeling strips
Replacement parts
● 1 C-PLUG (order number: 6GK1 900-0AB00)
● Cover set CV490 (order number: 6GK5 490-0AA00-0AA2)
– 1 cover CV490 2x1000
– 2 covers CV490 2x100
– 1 dummy cover CV490
– 3 covers CV490 4x100
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● Terminal set (order number: 6GK5 498-1AA00-0AA0)
– 10 connecting terminals for power supply and signaling contact 4-pin
– 10 connecting terminals digital inputs 5-pin
● 1 location label (order number: 6ES7 912-0AA00-0AA0)
● 10 DIN A4 sheets each with 15 labeling strips
(order number: 6GK5 498-0AA00-0AA0)
Slots
The SCALANCE X414-3E basic device consists of a backplane with three permanently
installed modules in slots 2, 3, and 4.
Figure 3-11
Basic device X414-3E without media modules with existing ports
The modules in the individual slots have the following interfaces or control elements (slot 1 is
reserved for a power supply unit):
● Slot 2
Power module
with two 4-pin sockets for connecting a redundant power supply and for connecting the
signaling contact and protective earth.
The input voltage of 24 V DC is transformed to the internal supply voltage.
● Slot 3
Digital input module
with two 5-pin sockets for connecting eight digital inputs that allow different signaling
modes.
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● Slot 4
CPU module contains
– the Ethernet port, only for commissioning and configuration of the X414-3E.
– the serial RS-232 port for firmware update or management over the Command Line
Interface (CLI).
– the C-PLUG for storage of parameter assignments.
– the DIL switch for the redundancy manager function and to specify the ring ports.
– the SELECT/SET button for device display and configuration.
– the LED display for redundancy manager and standby mode as well as display modes
Dmode A through Dmode D.
● Slot 5
Contains two RJ-45 jacks allowing attachment of electrical (twisted pair) connections (10,
100, 1000 Mbps). As an option, slot 5 allows the use of an optical gigabit module with two
ports (1000Base-SX or 1000Base-LX).
● Slots 6 and 7
Optional use of two optical Fast Ethernet modules (100 Mbps) each with two ports
(100Base-FX).
● Slot 8
No function in system.
● Slot 9 through 11
Each contains four RJ-45 jacks allowing attachment of 12 electrical (twisted pair)
connections in total (10, 100 Mbps). These cannot be used by media modules.
3.4.2.1
SCALANCE X414-3E power module
The power module is located in slot 2.
The power module can be supplied with power redundantly over two inputs. The two power
inputs are isolated from each other, there is no power distribution. If redundant power feed-in
is used, the switch is supplied solely by the section of the power module with the higher
output voltage.
The front 4-pin connector is used for the power supply. The input voltage is 24 V DC (20.4 –
28.8 V). The signaling contact supplies the fault status at the rear 4-pin connector. If there is
a fault, the contact opens.
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The following can be signaled over a floating signaling contact:
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● Bad link status of a port.
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fault mask.
● Change to the DIL switch during operation.
Possible inconsistency between the switch setting and the actual operating state, The
switch setting is adopted only after a restart.
If the SCALANCE X414-3E is set as the redundancy manager, the following errors are also
reported:
● Bad link status of the ring ports, regardless of the status of the fault mask.
● Configuration of a second IE Switch X-400 as redundancy manager in the same ring.
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3.4.2.2
SCALANCE X414-3E digital inputs
DI module
The digital input module is located in slot 3 and provides the user with eight digital inputs.
The cables are connected to the bottom of the module by two 5-pin connectors.
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Depending on the configuration, the states of the digital inputs can be used to send E-mails
and/or entries to the logbook of the SCALANCE X414-3E.
It is also possible to read the statuses over SNMP.
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3.4.2.3
SCALANCE X414-3E switch functionality
CPU module
The CPU module is in slot 4.
There are four DIL switches on the CPU module with which the switch can be configured.
This module also has four LEDs for displaying parameter assignments that can be modified
by the user with the DIL switch and a SELECT / SET button.
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Serial port
The CPU module of the SCALANCE X414-3E has an RS-232 port.
This is used for the following purposes:
● Firmware updates
● Management with the aid of the command interpreter (Command Line Interpreter, CLI)
including setting of the IP address information.
Input to the command interpreter is over command lines.
For more detailed information, refer to the configuration manual "SCALANCE X-300
SCALANCE X-400 Industrial Ethernet Switches".
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Ethernet port
On the bottom panel of the CPU module of the SCALANCE X414-3E, there is an 8-pin RJ-45
jack. This Ethernet interface can be used for productive communication with other switches
or end devices. This is used for the following purposes:
● Configuration
● Commissioning
The SCALANCE X414-3E can be configured either locally or over a network.
For more detailed information, refer to the configuration manual "SCALANCE X-300
SCALANCE X-400 Industrial Ethernet Switches".
3.4.2.4
SCALANCE X414-3E ports
Ports
The basic version of the SCALANCE X414-3E without expansion with media modules
provides 14 ports.
It provides two gigabit ports on slot 5 and four Fast Ethernet ports on each of slots 9 through
11.
The two ports on slot 5 can be used as ring ports (default setting).
By inserting media modules in slots 6 and 7, you have 4 further optical ports available either
as ring ports or as end device ports.
By docking an extender module to the right of slot 11, you can extend the basic device by a
further 8 ports. There are extender types available for twisted pair ports and for fiber-optic
ports. The twisted pair extender is double the width of a media module and the media
module extender is four times the width.
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SCALANCE X408-2 basic device
Overview
The SCALANCE X408-2 has four integrated gigabit Ethernet twisted-pair interfaces (10, 100
or 1000 Mbps) to interconnect multiple switches and to connect end devices. Further nodes
are connected over four Fast Ethernet ports integrated in the switch (10 or 100 Mbps).
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To set up optical gigabit networks, the integrated gigabit Ethernet ports can be converted to
fiber-optic cable over 2-port gigabit Ethernet media modules. Media module variants for
multimode (up to 750 m) and single mode (up to 120 km) are available.
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SCALANCE X408-2 basic device without media modules, protective caps and covers
Figure 3-19
SCALANCE X408-2 basic device with media modules and covers
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Components of the product
The following components are supplied with the SCALANCE X408-2:
● Basic device with power module, CPU module including C-PLUG on slots 2 and 3.
Covers for media module terminal strips on slots 5 and 6.
● 2 CV490 2x1000, covers of the media module slots 5 and 6
2 CV490 cover, dummy covers for slots 4 and 7
1 CV490 4x100, cover for slot 8
● SIMATIC NET Manual Collection CD
● Slot labels for slots 1 through 8
● 1 connector for power supply (4-pin)
● 1 connector for signaling contact (4-pin)
● 1 sheet with 15 labeling strips
Replacement parts
● 1 C-PLUG (order number: 6GK1 900-0AB00)
● Cover set CV490 (order number: 6GK5 490-0AA00-0AA2)
– 1 cover CV490 2x1000
– 2 covers CV490 2x100
– 1 dummy cover CV490
– 3 covers CV490 4x100
● Terminal set (order number: 6GK5 498-1AA00-0AA0)
– 10 connecting terminals for power supply and signaling contact 4-pin
– 10 connecting terminals digital inputs 5-pin
● 1 location label (order number: 6ES7 912-0AA00-0AA0)
● 10 DIN A4 sheets each with 15 labeling strips
(Order number: 6GK5 498-0AA00-0AA0)
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Slots
The SCALANCE X408-2 basic device comprises a backplane with two fixed modules in slots
2 and 3.
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The modules in the individual slots have the following interfaces or control elements (slot 1 is
reserved for a power supply unit):
● Slot 2 of the
power module
– with two 4-pin sockets for connecting a redundant power supply and for connecting
the signaling contact and protective earth. The input voltage of 24 V DC is transformed
to the internal supply voltage.
– A C-PLUG for storage of parameter assignments.
– A SELECT/SET button for device display and configuration.
● Slot 3
CPU module contains
the LED display for redundancy manager and standby display as well as the display
modes DMode A through DMode D.
● Slot 4
No function in system.
● Slots 5 and 6
Both contain two RJ-45 jacks allowing attachment of electrical (twisted pair) connections
(10, 100, 1000 Mbps).
As an option (as of product version ES 04), slots 5 and 6 allow the use of any media
module (1000Base-SX or 1000Base-LX; 100Base-FX; optical gigabit module with two
ports).
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● Slot 7
No function in system.
● Slot 8
– Contains four RJ-45 jacks allowing attachment of 4 electrical (twisted pair)
connections (10, 100 Mbps). These cannot be used by media modules.
It also includes one D-sub socket.
– A serial RS-323 port for firmware update or management over the Command Line
Interface (CLI).
3.4.3.1
SCALANCE X408-2 power module
Introduction
The power module is located in slot 2.
The power module can be supplied with power redundantly over two inputs.
The two power inputs are isolated from each other, there is no power distribution.
If redundant power feed-in is used, the switch is supplied solely by
the section of the power module with the higher output voltage.
The front 4-pin connector is used for the power supply. The input voltage is 24 V DC (20.4 –
28.8 V). The signaling contact supplies the fault status at the rear 4-pin connector. If there is
a fault, the contact opens.
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The power supply monitored (L1/L2) is selected in the fault mask.
● Bad link status of a port.
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fault mask.
If the SCALANCE X408-2 is set as the redundancy manager, the following errors are also
reported:
● Bad link status of the ring ports, regardless of the status of the fault mask.
● A second IE Switch X-400 is configured as redundancy manager in the same ring.
3.4.3.2
SCALANCE X408-2 switch functionality
CPU module
Slot 3 symbolizes the CPU module.
This module has four LEDs for displaying parameter assignments that can be modified by
the user with software and a SELECT/SET button.
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Serial port
The SCALANCE X408-2 has an RS-232 port. This is located on slot 8.
This is used for the following purposes:
● Firmware updates
● Management with the aid of the command interpreter (Command Line Interpreter, CLI)
including setting of the IP address information.
Input to the command interpreter is over command lines.
For more detailed information, refer to the configuration manual "SCALANCE X-300
SCALANCE X-400 Industrial Ethernet Switches".
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SCALANCE X408-2 ports
Ports
The SCALANCE X408-2 provides two gigabit ports on both slot 5 and slot 6 and four Fast
Ethernet ports on slot 8. The ports on slots 5 and 6 can be used as ring ports. The two ring
ports can be either ports 5.1 and 5.2 (default setting) or ports 5.1 and 6.1 (can be adapted in
the software).
By inserting media modules in slots 5 and 6, the four ports can be converted to optical Fast
Ethernet or gigabit Ethernet ports that are therefore available as optional ring ports or end
device ports.
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Figure 3-25
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3.4.4
X-400 media modules
3.4.4.1
Overview of the media modules for SCALANCE X-400
Available module types
Note
Expanded temperature range
To find out the product version as of which the media modules can be used for the expanded
temperature range
(-40°C to +70°C), refer to the section on technical specifications.
The following media modules are available to expand the basic devices:
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● MM491-2 (100 Mbps)
order number: 6GK5 491-2AB00-8AA2
Note
This media module can be used as of product version 04 of the SCALANCE X408-2.
● MM491-2LD (100 Mbps)
order number: 6GK5 491-2AC00-8AA2
Note
This media module can be used as of product version 04 of the SCALANCE X408-2.
● MM491-2LH+ (100 Mbps)
order number: 6GK5 491-2AE00-8AA2
Note
This media module can be used with the SCALANCE X414-3 as of product version 05.
This media module is recognized by the SCALANCE X414-3E and SCALANCE X408-2
only as of firmware version 2.2.0.
● MM492-2 (1000 Mbps)
order number: 6GK5 492-2AL00-8AA2
● MM492-2LD (1000 Mbps)
order number: 6GK5 492-2AM00-8AA2
● MM492-2LH (1000 Mbps)
order number: 6GK5 492-2AN00-8AA2
Note
This media module can be used with the SCALANCE X414-3 as of product version 05.
This media module is recognized by the SCALANCE X414-3E and SCALANCE X408-2
only as of firmware version 2.2.0.
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● MM492-2LH+ (1000 Mbps)
order number: 6GK5 492-2AP00-8AA2
Note
This media module can be used with the SCALANCE X414-3 as of product version 05.
This media module is recognized by the SCALANCE X414-3E and SCALANCE X408-2
only as of firmware version 2.2.0.
● MM492-2ELH (1000 Mbps)
order number: 6GK5 492-2AQ00-8AA2
Note
This media module can be used with the SCALANCE X414-3 as of product version 05.
This media module is recognized by the SCALANCE X414-3E and SCALANCE X408-2
only as of firmware version 3.0.
SCALANCE X414-3E
By using media modules, you can increase the number of available ports in the basic device
SCALANCE X414-3E from 14 to 18. Four Fast Ethernet fiber-optic ports are available at the
same time on slots 6 and 7. On slot 5, two gigabit fiber-optic ports are also possible instead
of TP cable.
SCALANCE X408-2
The use of media modules does not change the number of available ports in the SCALANCE
X408-2 basic device. On 4 ports, data transmission is also possible over fiber-optic cable
instead of TP cable.
Module type
Procedure
Cabling
Connector
Segment length
Wavelength
MM491-2
100Base-FX
Multimode
BFOC
3 km
1310 nm
MM491-2LD
100Base-FX
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BFOC
26 km
1310 nm
MM491-2LH+
100Base-FX
Single mode
SC duplex
70 km
1550 nm
MM492-2
1000Base-SX
Multimode
SC duplex
750 m
850 nm
MM492-2LD
1000Base-LX
Single mode
SC duplex
10 km
1310 nm
MM492-2LH
1000Base-LX
Single mode
SC duplex
40 km
1550 nm
MM492-2LH+
1000Base-LX
Single mode
SC duplex
70 km
1550 nm
MM492-2ELH
1000Base-LX
Single mode
SC duplex
120 km
1550 nm
Note
It is possible to insert and remove the media modules during operation. Before inserting a
medial module, remove the cover and protective cap from the port. Please put these away
for safe keeping. If you remove a media module, close the terminal strip with the protective
cap and the slot with the cover.
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Options for slot 5 (SCALANCE X414-3E)
Slot 5 of the basic device has two RJ-45 jacks for connecting TP cables. The possible data
transmission rates on electrical connections are 10, 100, or 1000 Mbps.
An optical gigabit module in slot 5 allows data transmission with multimode or single mode
FOC. In this case, the two RJ-45 jacks can no longer be used.
Options for slots 6 and 7 (SCALANCE X414-3E)
Slots 6 and 7 do not have any ports but allow two optical Fast Ethernet modules to be
inserted each with ports. This gives you the opportunity of data transmission at a data
transmission rate of 100 Mbps over multimode or single mode FOC.
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Options for slots 5 and 6 (SCALANCE X408-2)
Slots 5 and 6 of the basic device each have two RJ-45 jacks for connecting TP cables. The
possible data transmission rates on electrical connections are 10, 100, or 1000 Mbps. An
optical gigabit or Fast Ethernet module in slot 5 and/or 6 allows data transmission with
multimode or single mode FOC. In this case, the two RJ-45 jacks below the module can no
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LED display of the FO media modules
The LED displays of a module are the same as the LEDs of the basic device. With optical
transmission, only a fixed transmission rate and full duplex mode are possible. The display in
display modes B and C is analogous.
● In display mode A, the current connection status is displayed.
● In display mode B, the fixed transmission rate is displayed.
● In display mode C, the full duplex mode is always displayed.
● In display mode D, you can see whether or not the port is monitored.
3.4.4.2
Fast Ethernet media module MM491-2 (100Base-FX)
Introduction
● SCALANCE X414-3E
The Fast Ethernet media module MM491-2 can be used optionally in slots 6 and 7 and
when using the media module extender EM496-4, it can also be used in slots 12 through
15. Mixed operation with the Fast Ethernet media modules MM491-2LD and
MM491-2LH+ is possible.
● SCALANCE X408-2
As an option, the Fast Ethernet media module MM491-2 can be used in slots 5 and 6 of
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the basic device. Mixed operation with the Fast Ethernet media modules MM491-2LD and
MM491-2LH+ and the gigabit Ethernet media modules MM492-2LD, MM492-2LH,
MM492-2LH+ and MM492-2ELH is possible.
Note
The Fast Ethernet media module MM491-2 can only be used with the
SCALANCE X408-2 as of product version 04.
Properties
The Fast Ethernet media module provides two ports for connecting the multimode FOC. Both
ports of the module can be configured as ring ports. The signal is transmitted by LED with a
wavelength of 1310 nm. The maximum cable length is 3 km.
Connector
The connectors are 2x2 BFOC sockets.
3.4.4.3
Fast Ethernet media module MM491-2LD (100Base-FX)
Introduction
● SCALANCE X414-3E
The Fast Ethernet media module MM491-2 LD can be used optionally in slots 6 and 7 of
the basic device and when using the media module extender EM496-4, it can also be
used in slots 12 through 15. Mixed operation with the Fast Ethernet media modules
MM491-2 and MM491-2LH+ is possible.
● SCALANCE X408-2
As an option, the Fast Ethernet MM491-2 LD media module can be used in slots 5 and 6
of the basic device. Mixed operation with the Fast Ethernet media modules MM491-2 and
MM491-2LH+ and the gigabit Ethernet media modules MM492-2LD, MM492-2LH,
MM492-2LH+ and MM492-2ELH is possible.
Note
The Fast Ethernet media module MM491-2LD can only be used with the
SCALANCE X408-2 as of product version 04.
Properties
The Fast Ethernet media module provides two ports for connecting the single mode FOC.
Both ports of the module can be configured as ring ports. The signals are transmitted with a
laser diode at a wavelength of 1310 nm. The maximum cable length is 26 km.
Connector
The connectors are 2x2 BFOC sockets.
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3.4.4.4
Fast Ethernet media module MM491-2LH+ (100Base-FX)
Introduction
● SCALANCE X414-3E
The Fast Ethernet media module MM491-2LH+ can be used optionally in slots 6 and 7 of
the basic device and when using the media module extender EM496-4, it can also be
used in slots 12 through 15. Mixed operation with the Fast Ethernet media modules
MM491-2 and MM491-2LH+ and the gigabit media modules MM492 is possible.
● SCALANCE X408-2
As an option, the Fast Ethernet MM491-2LH+ media module can be used in slots 5 and 6
of the basic device. Mixed operation with the Fast Ethernet media modules MM491-2 and
MM491-2LD and the gigabit Ethernet media modules MM492-2LD, MM492-2LH,
MM492-2LH+ and MM492-2ELH is possible.
Note
This media module can be used as of product version 05 of the SCALANCE X414-3.
This media module is recognized by the SCALANCE X414-3E and SCALANCE X408-2
only as of firmware version 2.2.0
Properties
The Fast Ethernet media module provides two ports for connecting the single mode FOC.
Both ports of the module can be configured as ring ports. The signals are transmitted with a
DFB laser diode at a wavelength of 1550 nm. The maximum cable length is 70 km.
Connector
SC duplex female connectors are used.
3.4.4.5
Gigabit media module MM492-2 (1000Base-SX)
Introduction
● SCALANCE X414-3E
The MM492-2 gigabit media module can be inserted as an option in slot 5.
● SCALANCE X408-2
The MM492-2 gigabit media module can be inserted as an option in slots 5 and 6. Mixed
operation with the gigabit Ethernet media modules MM492-2LD, MM492-2LH,
MM492-2LH+ and MM492-2ELH and the Fast Ethernet media modules MM491-2,
MM491-2LD and MM491 2LH+ is possible.
Properties
The gigabit media module provides two ports for connecting the multimode FOC. The signal
is transmitted by LED with a wavelength of 850 nm. Both ports of the module can be
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configured as ring ports. The maximum cable length is 750 m when using SIMATIC NET
fiber-optic cables.
Connector
SC duplex female connectors are used.
3.4.4.6
Gigabit media module MM492-2 LD (1000Base-LX)
Introduction
● SCALANCE X414-3E
The MM492-2LD gigabit media module can be inserted as an option in slot 5.
● SCALANCE X408-2
The MM492-2LD gigabit media module can be inserted as an option in slots 5 and 6.
Mixed operation with the gigabit Ethernet media modules MM492-2, MM492-2LH,
MM492-2LH+ and MM492-2ELH and the Fast Ethernet media modules MM491-2,
MM491-2LD and MM491 2LH+ is possible.
Properties
The media module provides two ports for connecting the single mode FOC. The signals are
transmitted with a laser diode at a wavelength of 1310 nm. Both ports of the module can be
configured as ring ports. The maximum cable length is 10 km when using SIMATIC NET
fiber-optic cables.
Connector
SC duplex female connectors are used.
3.4.4.7
Gigabit media module MM492-2LH (1000Base-LX)
Introduction
● SCALANCE X414-3E
The MM492-2LH gigabit media module can be inserted as an option in slot 5.
● SCALANCE X408-2
The MM492-2LH gigabit media module can be inserted as an option in slots 5 and 6.
Mixed operation with the gigabit Ethernet media modules MM492-2, MM492-2LD,
MM492-2LH+ and MM492-2ELH and the Fast Ethernet media modules MM491-2,
MM491-2LD and MM491-2LH+ is possible.
Note
This media module can be used as of product version 05 of the SCALANCE X414-3.
This media module is recognized by the SCALANCE X414-3E and SCALANCE X408-2
only as of firmware version 2.2.0
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Properties
The media module provides two ports for connecting the single mode FOC. The signals are
transmitted with a DFB laser diode at a wavelength of 1550 nm. Both ports of the module
can be configured as ring ports. The max. line length is 40 km.
Connector
SC duplex female connectors are used.
3.4.4.8
Gigabit media module MM492-2LH+ (1000Base-LX)
Introduction
● SCALANCE X414-3E
The MM492-2LH+ gigabit media module can be inserted as an option in slot 5.
● SCALANCE X408-2
The MM492-2LH+ gigabit media module can be inserted as an option in slots 5 and 6.
Mixed operation with the gigabit Ethernet media modules MM492-2, MM492-2LD,
MM492-2LH and MM492-2ELH and the Fast Ethernet media modules MM491-2,
MM491-2LD and MM491-2LH+ is possible.
Note
This media module can be used as of product version 05 of the SCALANCE X414-3.
This media module is recognized by the SCALANCE X414-3E and SCALANCE X408-2
only as of firmware version 2.2.0
Properties
The media module provides two ports for connecting the single mode FOC. The signals are
transmitted with a DFB laser diode at a wavelength of 1550 nm. Both ports of the module
can be configured as ring ports. The max. line length is 70 km.
Connector
SC duplex female connectors are used.
3.4.4.9
Gigabit media module MM492-2ELH (1000Base-LX)
Introduction
● SCALANCE X414-3E
The MM492-2ELH gigabit media module can be inserted as an option in slot 5.
● SCALANCE X408-2
The MM492-2ELH gigabit media module can be inserted as an option in slots 5 and 6.
Mixed operation with the gigabit Ethernet media modules MM492-2, MM492-2LD;
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MM492-2LH and MM492-2LH+ and the Fast Ethernet media modules MM491-2,
MM491-2LD and MM491-2LH+ is possible.
Note
This media module can be used as of product version 05 of the SCALANCE X414-3.
This media module is recognized by the SCALANCE X414-3E and SCALANCE X408-2
only as of firmware version 3.0
Properties
The media module provides two ports for connecting the single mode FOC. The signals are
transmitted with a DFB laser diode at a wavelength of 1550 nm. Both ports of the module
can be configured as ring ports. The max. line length is 120 km.
Connector
SC duplex female connectors are used.
3.4.5
SCALANCE X414-3E extender modules
3.4.5.1
Extender for twisted pair EM495-8
Eight additional 100Base-TX ports
Note
The EM495-8 extender module can be used only in connection with the SCALANCE X4143E.
The SCALANCE X408-2 has no port for an extender module.
The extender module for twisted pair transmission provides an additional eight ports for
connecting twisted pair cables. The TP cable is attached to an 8-pin RJ-45 jack with securing
collar.
Note
The twisted pair extender CANNOT be installed during operation.
The transmission rate of the Ethernet ports is 10 Mbps or as a Fast Ethernet port 100 Mbps.
No media module is required for data transfer with this extender module.
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Figure 3-29
Twisted pair extender EM495-8
Covers
For slots 12 and 13 of the twisted pair extender EM495-8, you can use the cover that can be
used on slots 9 through 11 on the basic device. Two CV490 4x100 covers are supplied with
the twisted pair extender.
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3.4.5.2
EM496-4 extender for media modules
Four additional slots for media modules
Note
The EM496-4 extender module can be used only in conjunction with the SCALANCE X4143E.
The SCALANCE X408-2 has no port for an extender module.
By adding the media module extender, the basic device is extended by four slots that you
can equip with the following modules as required:
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If you use all slots, you have an additional eight optical Fast Ethernet ports available (100
Mbps).
Note
Installation of the media module extender and removal or insertion of the media modules is
NOT possible during operation.
You require at least one media module for data transfer over this extender module.
Mixed operation in slots 12 through 15 with MM491-2, MM491-2 LD and MM491-2LH+
modules is possible. The media module plug connectors are protected by protective caps.
Connector
Depending on the media module, the connectors used are 2x2 BFOC sockets or SC duplex
sockets.
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Covers
Four CV490 2x100 covers are supplied with the twisted media module extender EM496-4.
The media module plug connectors are also protected from damage by protective caps.
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3.4.6
Media module extender EM496-4 with media module MM491-2 in slot 12 and with cover
C-PLUG (configuration plug)
Application
The C-PLUG is an exchangeable medium for storage of the configuration data of the
modular switch and ships with the product. This means that the configuration data remains
available if the basic device is replaced.
NOTICE
The C-PLUG must only be removed or inserted when the power supply to the device is
turned off.
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How it works
Power is supplied by the end device. The C-PLUG retains all data permanently when the
power is turned off.
If an empty C-PLUG (factory settings or deleted with the Clean function) is inserted, all the
configuration data of the IE Switch X-400 is saved to it automatically when the device starts
up. Changes to the configuration during operation without operator intervention are saved on
the C-PLUG if this is in the "ACCEPTED" status.
Figure 3-33
C-PLUG
A device with an "ACCEPTED" C-PLUG inserted uses the configuration data of the C-PLUG
automatically when it starts up. Acceptance is possible only when the data was written by a
compatible device type.
This allows a basic device to be replaced quickly and simply. The C-PLUG is taken from the
failed component and inserted in the replacement. The first time it is started up, the
replacement device has the same configuration as the failed device except for the MAC
address set by the vendor.
NOTICE
If an IE Switch X-400 is replaced, the configuration with media modules and when using a
SCALANCE X414-3E also the settings of the DIL switches on the CPU module and the
optional configuration of extender modules must be adopted.
Diagnostics
Inserting a C-PLUG that does not contain the configuration of a compatible device type,
accidentally removing the C-PLUG or general malfunctions of the C-PLUG are signaled by
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the diagnostics mechanisms of the device (LEDs, WEB-based management, SNMP, and
CLI).
Startup behavior
C-PLUG
IE Switch X-400 startup
1
not found
with internal configuration (if it exists) or with
factory defaults.
2
empty
with internal configuration, immediately copies
this automatically to the C-PLUG
3
written with own configuration data
with C-PLUG configuration
4
written with other configuration data
with third-party C-PLUG configuration
5
written with configuration data of a
different device type
with internal configuration, red LED on power
module and log entry
6
defective
with internal configuration, red LED on power
module and log entry
In cases 1 and 2, the configuration data on the CPU module and the C-PLUG is identical. In
cases 3 and 5 the configuration data is different and can be synchronized manually. In case
6, you can attempt to reformat the C-PLUG with the clean function. If problems persist,
replace the C-PLUG.
NOTICE
When using a SCALANCE X414-3E, in case 4 (replacing the switch), the DIL switch
settings of the C-PLUG and not the physical switch settings are adopted. A deviation is
signaled by the diagnostic options.
For more detailed information, refer to the configuration manual "SCALANCE X-300
SCALANCE X-400 Industrial Ethernet Switches".
3.4.7
SCALANCE X-400 covers and dummy covers
3.4.7.1
SCALANCE X414-3E covers/dummy covers
Slots of the covers
Note
The protective caps for the media module terminal strips and the covers must be fitted in all
slots that do not contain media modules.
For slots for twisted pair (9 through 11), the covers are recommended to protect the RJ-45
jacks.
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Available cover types
To cover slots not used for media modules or slots for twisted pair, the following types of
cover are available:
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● CV490 4x100
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CV490 2x1000
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The port status of the two electrical gigabit ports 1 and 2 are displayed on the front panel of
the cover by two LEDs.
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CV490 2x100
Slots 6 and 7 are solely for the Fast Ethernet media modules MM491-2, MM491-2LH+ and
MM491-2LD. The basic device does not provide any ports on these slots.
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The LEDs of the CV490 2x100 cover have no function.
Further slots for the CV490 2x100 cover
Use the CV490 2x100 cover not only for the SCALANCE X414-3E but also for slots 12
through 15 of the media module extender EM496-4 if no media modules are inserted.
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The status of each of the four Fast Ethernet ports 1 through 4 is displayed on the front panel
of the CV490 4x100 cover by four LEDs.
Further slots for the CV490 4x100 cover
The CV490 4x100 cover can not only be used with the SCALANCE X414-3E but also for
slots 12 and 13 of the twisted pair extender EM495-8.
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CV490 COVER
The dummy cover with the name CV490 COVER is located in slot 8.
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Displays of the dummy cover
The LEDs of the dummy cover have no function and there is therefore no port information on
the front panel of the dummy cover.
3.4.7.2
SCALANCE X408-2 covers/dummy covers
Slots of the covers
Note
The protective caps for the media module terminal strips and the covers must be fitted in all
slots that do not contain media modules.
For slots for twisted pair (8), the covers are recommended to protect the RJ-45 jacks.
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Available cover types
To cover slots not used for media modules or slots for twisted pair, the following types of
cover are available:
● CV490 2x1000
● CV490 4x100
● CV490 COVER
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CV490 2x1000
When using the gigabit ports for electrical cables (twisted pair), use cover type CV490
2x1000 on slot 5 and 6.
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Displays of the cover
The port status of the two electrical gigabit ports 1 and 2 are displayed on the front panel of
the cover by two LEDs.
Displays of the cover
The status of each of the two Fast Ethernet ports 1 and 2 is displayed on the front panel of
the CV490 4x100 cover by two LEDs.
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Displays of the cover
The status of each of the four Fast Ethernet ports 1 through 4 is displayed on the front panel
of the CV490 4x100 cover by four LEDs.
CV490 COVER
The dummy cover with the name CV490 COVER is located on slot 4 and 7.
Due to system requirements, these slots have no function.
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Displays of the dummy cover
The LEDs of the dummy cover have no function and there is therefore no port information on
the front panel of the dummy cover.
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4.1
Installing / uninstalling the SCALANCE X-400
Notes on installation
IE Switches X-400 are designed for installation on an S7-300 standard rail and installation on
a 35 mm DIN rail.
Clearances
Certain minimum clearances between an IE Switch X-400 and neighboring equipment must
be taken into account. These minimum clearances are necessary during installation and
operation to allow the following:
● Install and remove modules,
● to allow the flow of air required for heat dissipation during operation of the IE Switches X400.
The following figure shows the space you need to allow for an IE Switch X-400.
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Installation clearances for the IE Switches X-400 based on the example of a SCALANCE X414-3E with
extender module
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4.1.1
Installing / uninstalling with an S7-300 standard rail
Installing on an S7-300 standard rail
For installation, you require a slotted screwdriver with a 5.5 mm wide blade.
NOTICE
When installing the IE Switch X-400, hold it by the backplane and not by the modules,
otherwise the device may be damaged.
To install the device, follow the steps below:
1. Tilt the basic device slightly towards the back with the upper groove on the edge of the
S7-300 standard rail and push in towards the bottom. In this position, the basic device
should not slip off but it can be adjusted horizontally to the left or right until the required
position is achieved.
2. Remove the covers and the dummy cover.
3. If media modules are inserted, remove them as well.
First loosen the screw below the labeling strip of the module.
4. Using a screwdriver with a 5.5 mm wide blade, tighten the two captive screws in the
backplane until the basic device can no longer be moved to the side.
Note
Only horizontal installation permitted (ventilation slit top/bottom).
Figure 4-2
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Removing from the S7-300 standard rail
To remove the device, you require a slotted screwdriver with a 5.5 mm wide blade.
NOTICE
When uninstalling the IE Switch X-400, hold it by the backplane and not by the modules,
otherwise the device may be damaged.
To remove the device, follow the steps below:
1. Remove the covers and the dummy cover.
2. If media modules are inserted, remove them as well.
First loosen the screw below the labeling strip of the module.
3. Using a slotted screwdriver with a 5.5 mm wide blade, loosen the two captive screws in
the backplane.
4. Pull out the lower part of the basic device slightly towards the front and lift it from the S7300 standard rail.
4.1.2
Installing / uninstalling with a 35 mm DIN rail
Installation on a 35 mm DIN rail
CAUTION
If the IE Switch X-400 is liable to be subjected to severe vibration (> 10 g), use the S7-300
standard rail for installation. The DIN rail does not provide adequate support for the
IE Switch X-400 with vibration greater than 10 g.
Since the two captive screws are not used to secure the device when installing on a 35 mm
DIN rail, it is not absolutely necessary to remove the covers and the blind cover, although
this does make it easier to handle the basic device.
NOTICE
When installing the IE Switch X-400, hold it by the backplane and not by the modules,
otherwise the device may be damaged.
To install the device, follow the steps below:
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1. Place the central groove containing two spring clips on the back of the basic device on
the upper edge of the DIN rail with the device tilted slightly towards the back. Note that
both spring clips must be located behind the edge of the DIN rail.
2. Press the basic device down and push in the lower part until you hear it click into place in
the DIN rail.
3. Adjust the basic device to the right or left until it is in the required position.
Note
Only horizontal installation permitted (ventilation slit top/bottom).
Figure 4-3
Installing the SCALANCE X414-3E on a 35 mm DIN rail
Removing the SCALANCE X414-3E from a 35 mm DIN rail
Since the two captive screws are not used to secure the device when removing from a 35
mm DIN rail, it is not absolutely necessary to remove the covers and the blind cover,
although this does make it easier to handle the basic device.
NOTICE
When uninstalling the SCALANCE X414-3E, hold it by the backplane and not by the
modules, otherwise the device may be damaged.
To remove the device, follow the steps below:
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1. Push the basic device down until the lower part can be pulled away from the rail to the
front.
2. Lift the IE Switch X-400 up and off the DIN rail.
Removing the SCALANCE X408-2 from a 35 mm DIN rail
Since the two captive screws are not used to secure the device when removing from a 35
mm DIN rail, it is not absolutely necessary to remove the covers and the blind cover,
although this does make it easier to handle the basic device.
NOTICE
When uninstalling the SCALANCE X408-2, hold it by the backplane and not by the
modules, otherwise the device may be damaged.
To remove the device, follow the steps below:
1. Using a slotted screwdriver with a 5.5 mm wide blade, pull down the clip on the basic
device slightly and pull out the lower part of the basic device to the front so that the spring
clips can no longer engage.
2. Lift the IE Switch X-400 up and off the DIN rail.
Figure 4-4
Removing the SCALANCE X408-2 from a 35 mm DIN rail
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4.2
Installing / removing the media modules, covers, and dummy cover
4.2.1
Installing / removing a media module
Installing a media module
For installation, you require a slotted screwdriver with a 2.8 mm wide blade.
Note
Installing a Fast Ethernet media module is the same in the IE Switch X-400 and in the media
module extender.
1. Remove the cover from the slot of the media module and remove the protective cap of
the module terminal strip underneath from the backplane of the basic device.
Note
Keep these parts in a safe place in case you want to remove the media module later.
2. Remove the inserted labeling strip from the front of the media module.
3. Place the two lower guides of the media module into the recesses at the lower edge of
the basic device. It should no longer be possible to move the media module to the side.
4. Tilt the media module at an angle towards the back until the two plastic pins at the back
top edge of the media module jut into the recesses in the basic device. The terminal strip
of the media module must fit into the guide in the backplane.
5. Press the upper part of the media module onto the basic device until the fluted middle
section of the media module is heard to click into place.
6. Tighten the captive screw on the front of the media module with a slotted screwdriver with
a 2.8 mm wide blade.
7. Secure the labeling strip on the front of the media module.
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Figure 4-5
Inserting a media module
Removing a media module
To remove the device, you require a slotted screwdriver with a 2.8 mm wide blade.
Note
Removing a Fast Ethernet media module is the same in the IE Switch X-400 and in the
media module extender.
1. Remove the inserted labeling strip from the front of the media module.
2. Release the captive screw on the front of the media module as far as it will go with a
slotted screwdriver with a 2.8 mm wide blade.
3. Press on the fluted middle section of the top of the media module next to the backplane.
4. At the same time, tilt the media module down at an angle, the two guides initially remain
in the recesses at the lower edge of the basic device.
5. Remove the media module by pulling it upwards.
6. Fit the protective cap on the module terminal strip on the backplane of the
basic device. Fit a suitable cover on the slot of the media module.
4.2.2
Fitting / removing a cover/dummy cover
Variants of the covers/dummy cover
There are three variants of the covers
● CV490 2x1000
1 Gbps, electrical transmission, 2 port displays
possible slots:
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SCALANCE X414-3E: 5
SCALANCE X408-2: 5 and 6
● CV490 2x100
possible slots
SCALANCE X414-3E: 6, 7 and extender module EM496-4 slots 12 through 15
● CV490 4x100
10/100 Mbps, electrical transmission, 4 port displays
possible slots
SCALANCE X414-3E: 9 through 11 and extender module EM495-8 slots 12, 13
SCALANCE X408-2: 8
There is a dummy cover
● CV490 COVER
(no displays connected to front)
possible slots
SCALANCE X414-3E: 8
SCALANCE X408-2: 4 and 7
Fitting a cover/dummy cover
There is only a dummy cover (no port displays to the front) on slot 8 (SCALANCE X414-3E)
or slot 7 (SCALANCE X408-2).
To fit a cover, you do not require any tools.
1. Place the two lower guides of the cover/dummy cover into the recesses at the lower edge
of the basic device. It should no longer be possible to move the cover/dummy cover to
the side.
2. Tilt the cover/dummy cover at an angle towards the back until the two plastic pins at the
back top edge of the cover/dummy cover jut into the recesses in the basic device.
3. Press the upper part of the cover/dummy cover onto the basic device until the fluted
middle section of the cover/dummy cover is heard to click into place.
4. Secure the labeling strip on the front of the cover/dummy cover.
Removing a cover/dummy cover
To remove a cover, you do not require any tools.
1. Press on the fluted middle section of the top of the cover/dummy cover next to the
backplane.
2. At the same time, tilt the cover/dummy cover down at an angle, the two guides initially
remain in the recesses at the lower edge of the basic device.
3. Remove the cover/dummy cover by pulling it upwards.
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4.3
Installing / uninstalling the extender modules for SCALANCE X414-3E
4.3.1
Installing/uninstalling the EM495-8 twisted pair extender for SCALANCE X414-3E
Installing the twisted pair extender on the S7-300 standard rail
You require the following tools:
● slotted screwdriver with a 2.8 mm wide blade
● slotted screwdriver with a 5.5 mm wide blade
Note
Make sure that in addition to the extender width of 87 mm, there is a clearance of 20 mm
to the right of the basic device on the standard rail to be able to align the guide bolts of
the extender with the holes in the basic device during installation.
When installing a twisted pair extender on an S7-300 standard rail,
the basic device remains in position. Follow the steps below:
1. Remove the cover from slot 11 of the basic device.
2. Remove the right-hand side panel of the basic device. To do this, use a slotted
screwdriver with a 2.8 mm wide blade to loosen the two captive slug screws on slot 11 in
the upper and lower recesses as far as they will go.
3. Remove the side panel of the basic device from the basic device to the right.
Note
Keep the panel in a safe place in case the extender needs to be removed again later.
4. Remove the two covers from the extender.
5. Place the extender module on the edge of the S7-300 standard rail with the upper groove
angled slightly towards the back and tilt the extender towards the back. Make sure that
there is adequate clearance between the guide bolts of the extender module and the
basic device. In this position, the extender module should not be able to slip off, however
it can be moved horizontally in both directions.
6. Push the extender module slowly to the left while keeping it straight and without skewing
and check that the two guide bolts on the extender fit into the holes in the basic device.
Then push the extender module to the left as far as it will go so that it is flush with the
right side of the basic device.
7. Using a slotted screwdriver with a 5.5 mm wide blade, tighten the captive screw between
slots 12 and 13 in the lower part of the extender module.
8. Using a slotted screwdriver with a 2.8 mm wide blade, tighten the two captive slug screws
on slot 11. The screws lock the two guide bolts, so do not use excessive force when
tightening them.
9. Fit the CV490 4x100 cover to slot 11 of the basic device and slots 12 and 13 of the
twisted pair extender.
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Figure 4-6
Installing the twisted pair extender on the S7-300 standard rail
Removing the twisted pair extender from the S7-300 standard rail
You require the following tools:
● slotted screwdriver with a 2.8 mm wide blade
● slotted screwdriver with a 5.5 mm wide blade
When removing a twisted pair extender from an S7-300 standard rail, the basic device
remains in position. Follow the steps below:
1. To remove an extender module, remove the two covers on the extender.
2. Using a slotted screwdriver with a 5.5 mm wide blade, open the captive screw between
slots 12 and 13 in the lower part of the extender module.
3. Remove the cover from slot 11 of the basic device.
4. Use a slotted screwdriver with a 2.8 mm wide blade to loosen the two captive slug screws
on slot 11 of the basic device in the upper and lower recesses as far as they will go.
5. Push the extender module slowly to the right while keeping it straight until the two guide
bolts of the extender module are completely outside the holes in the basic device.
6. Pull out the lower part of the extender module slightly towards the front and lift it from the
S7-300 standard rail.
7. Replace the right side panel of the basic device so that the guide bolts fit into the two
holes in the basic device.
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8. Using a slotted screwdriver with a 2.8 mm wide blade, tighten the two captive slug screws
on slot 11. The screws lock the two guide bolts, so do not use excessive force when
tightening them.
9. Fit a suitable cover on slot 11 of the basic device.
Note
The basic device must not be used permanently without the right side panel.
Installing the twisted pair extender on the 35 mm DIN rail
CAUTION
If the IE Switch X-400 with extender is liable to severe vibration (> 10 g), use the S7-300
standard rail for installation. The DIN rail does not provide adequate support for the twisted
pair extender with vibration greater than 10 g.
For installation, you require a slotted screwdriver with a 2.8 mm wide blade.
Although the captive screw in the lower part between slots 12 and 13 of the extender module
is not used when installing on a 35 mm DIN rail, it is nevertheless advisable to remove the
media modules.
Note
Make sure that in addition to the extender width of 87 mm, there is a clearance of 20 mm to
the right of the basic device on the DIN rail to be able to align the guide bolts of the extender
with the holes in the basic device during installation.
When installing a twisted pair extender on a 35 mm DIN rail, the basic device remains in
position. Follow the steps below:
1. Remove the cover from slot 11 of the basic device.
2. Remove the right-hand side panel of the basic device. To do this, use a slotted
screwdriver with a 2.8 mm wide blade to loosen the two captive slug screws on slot 11 in
the upper and lower recesses as far as they will go.
3. Remove the side panel of the basic device from the basic device to the right.
Note
Keep the panel in a safe place in case the extender needs to be removed again later.
4. Place the central groove containing a spring clip on the back of the extender module on
the upper edge of the DIN rail with the module tilted slightly towards the back. Make sure
that there is adequate clearance between the guide bolts of the extender module and the
basic device.
5. The spring clip must be located behind the edge of the DIN rail so that it is visible from
the rear of the frame.
6. Press the extender module down and push in the lower part until you hear it click into
place in the DIN rail.
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7. Push the extender module slowly to the left while keeping it straight and without skewing
and check that the two guide bolts on the extender fit into the holes in the basic device.
Then push the extender module to the left as far as it will go so that it is flush with the
right side of the basic device.
8. Using a slotted screwdriver with a 2.8 mm wide blade, tighten the two captive slug screws
on slot 11. The screws lock the two guide bolts, so do not use excessive force when
tightening them.
9. Fit the CV490 4x100 cover to slot 11 of the basic device and slots 12 and 13 of the
twisted pair extender.
Figure 4-7
Installing the twisted pair extender on the 35 mm DIN rail
Removing the twisted pair extender from the 35 mm DIN rail
To remove the device, you require a slotted screwdriver with a 2.8 mm wide blade. The
captive screw in the lower part of the extender module between slot 12 and 13 is not used
for mounting on an 35 mm DIN rail. When removing a twisted pair extender from a 35 mm
DIN rail, the basic device remains in position. Follow the steps below:
1. Remove the cover from slot 11 of the basic device.
2. Use a slotted screwdriver with a 2.8 mm wide blade to loosen the two captive slug screws
on slot 11 of the basic device in the upper and lower recesses as far as they will go.
3. Push the extender module slowly to the right while keeping it straight until the two guide
bolts of the extender module are completely outside the holes in the basic device.
4. Push the twisted pair extender down until the lower part can be pulled away from the rail
to the front.
5. Lift the extender module up and off the DIN rail.
6. Replace the right side panel of the basic device so that the guide bolts fit into the two
holes in the basic device.
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7. Using a slotted screwdriver with a 2.8 mm wide blade, tighten the two captive slug screws
on slot 11. The screws lock the two guide bolts, so do not use excessive force when
tightening them.
8. Fit a suitable cover on slot 11 of the basic device.
Note
The basic device must not be used permanently without the right side panel.
4.3.2
Installing / uninstalling the EM496-4 media module extender for SCALANCE X4143E
Installing the media module extender on the S7-300 standard rail
You require the following tools:
● slotted screwdriver with a 2,8 mm wide blade
● slotted screwdriver with a 5.5 mm wide blade
Note
Make sure that in addition to the extender width of 155 mm, there is a clearance of 20 mm to
the right of the basic device on the standard rail to be able to align the guide bolts of the
extender with the holes in the basic device during installation.
Note
Protective caps and CV490 2x100 covers must be fitted to all slots without media modules.
When installing a media module extender on an S7-300 standard rail,
the basic device remains in position. Follow the steps below:
1. Remove the cover from slot 11 of the basic device.
2. Remove the right-hand side panel of the basic device. To do this, use a slotted
screwdriver with a 2.8 mm wide blade to loosen the two captive slug screws on slot 11 in
the upper and lower recesses as far as they will go.
3. Remove the side panel of the basic device from the basic device to the right.
Note
Keep the panel in a safe place in case the extender needs to be removed again later.
4. Remove the four covers from the extender.
5. Place the extender module on the edge of the S7-300 standard rail with the upper groove
angled slightly towards the back and tilt the extender towards the back. Make sure that
there is adequate clearance between the guide bolts of the extender module and the
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basic device. In this position, the extender module should not be able to slip off, however
it can be moved horizontally in both directions.
6. Push the extender module slowly to the left while keeping it straight and without skewing
and check that the two guide bolts on the extender fit into the holes in the basic device.
Then push the extender module to the left as far as it will go so that it is flush with the
right side of the basic device.
7. Using a slotted screwdriver with a 5.5 mm wide blade, tighten the captive screw between
slots 13 and 14 in the lower part of the extender module.
8. Using a slotted screwdriver with a 2.8 mm wide blade, tighten the two captive slug screws
on slot 11. The screws lock the two guide bolts, so do not use excessive force when
tightening them.
9. Fit the CV490 4x100 cover on slot 11 of the basic device. Make sure that the media
module terminal strips of slots not occupied by media modules have protective caps fitted
and that the CV490 2x100 covers are in place.
Figure 4-8
Installing the media module extender on the S7-300 standard rail
Removing the media module extender from the S7-300 standard rail
You require the following tools:
● slotted screwdriver with a 2,8 mm wide blade
● slotted screwdriver with a 5.5 mm wide blade
Note
To remove the extender, remove the media modules from slots 13 and 14.
When removing a media module extender from an S7-300 standard rail, the basic device
remains in position. Follow the steps below:
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1. To remove an extender module, use a slotted screwdriver with a 5.5 mm wide blade, to
open the captive screw between slots 13 and 14 in the lower part of the extender module.
2. Remove the cover from slot 11 of the basic device.
3. Use a slotted screwdriver with a 2.8 mm wide blade to loosen the two captive slug screws
on slot 11 of the basic device in the upper and lower recesses as far as they will go.
4. Push the extender module slowly to the right while keeping it straight until the two guide
bolts of the extender module are completely outside the holes in the basic device.
5. Pull out the lower part of the extender module slightly towards the front and lift it from the
S7-300 standard rail.
6. Replace the right side panel of the basic device so that the guide bolts fit into the two
holes in the basic device.
7. Using a slotted screwdriver with a 2.8 mm wide blade, tighten the two captive slug screws
on slot 11. The screws lock the two guide bolts, so do not use excessive force when
tightening them.
8. Fit a suitable cover on slot 11 of the basic device.
Note
The basic device must not be used permanently without the right side panel.
Installing the media module extender on the 35 mm DIN rail
CAUTION
If the IE Switch X-400 with extender is liable to severe vibration (> 10 g), use the S7-300
standard rail for installation. The DIN rail does not provide adequate support for the media
module extender with vibration greater than 10 g.
For installation, you require a slotted screwdriver with a 2.8 mm wide blade.
Although the captive screw in the lower part between slots 13 and 14 of the extender module
is not used when installing on a 35 mm DIN rail, it is nevertheless advisable to remove the
media modules.
Note
Make sure that in addition to the extender width of 155 mm, there is a clearance of 20 mm to
the right of the basic device on the DIN rail to be able to align the guide bolts of the extender
with the holes in the basic device during installation.
Note
Protective caps and CV490 2x100 covers must be fitted to all slots without media modules.
When installing a media module extender on a 35 mm DIN rail, the basic device remains in
position. Follow the steps below:
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1. Remove the cover from slot 11 of the basic device.
2. Remove the right-hand side panel of the basic device. To do this, use a slotted
screwdriver with a 2.8 mm wide blade to loosen the two captive slug screws on slot 11 in
the upper and lower recesses as far as they will go.
3. Remove the side panel of the basic device from the basic device to the right.
Note
Keep the panel in a safe place in case the extender needs to be removed again later.
4. Place the central groove containing a spring clip on the back of the extender module on
the upper edge of the DIN rail with the module tilted slightly towards the back. Make sure
that there is adequate clearance between the guide bolts of the extender module and the
basic device.
5. The spring clip must be located behind the edge of the DIN rail so that it is visible from
the rear of the frame.
6. Press the extender module down and push in the lower part until you hear it click into
place in the DIN rail.
7. Push the extender module slowly to the left while keeping it straight and without skewing
and check that the two guide bolts on the extender fit into the holes in the basic device.
Then push the extender module to the left as far as it will go so that it is flush with the
right side of the basic device.
8. Using a slotted screwdriver with a 2.8 mm wide blade, tighten the two captive slug screws
on slot 11. The screws lock the two guide bolts, so do not use excessive force when
tightening them.
9. Fit the CV490 4x100 cover on slot 11 of the basic device. Make sure that the media
module terminal strips of slots not occupied by media modules have protective caps fitted
and that the CV490 2x100 covers are in place.
Figure 4-9
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4.3 Installing / uninstalling the extender modules for SCALANCE X414-3E
Removing the media module extender from the 35 mm DIN rail
To remove the device, you require a slotted screwdriver with a 2.8 mm wide blade.
Although the captive screw in the lower part between slots 13 and 14 of the extender module
is not used on a 35 mm DIN rail, it is nevertheless advisable to remove the media modules.
When removing a media module extender from a 35 mm DIN rail, the basic device remains
in position. Follow the steps below:
1. Remove the cover from slot 11 of the basic device.
2. Use a slotted screwdriver with a 2.8 mm wide blade to loosen the two captive slug screws
on slot 11 of the basic device in the upper and lower recesses as far as they will go.
3. Push the extender module slowly to the right while keeping it straight until the two guide
bolts of the extender module are completely outside the holes in the basic device.
4. Push the media module extender down until the lower part can be pulled away from the
rail to the front.
5. Lift the extender module up and off the DIN rail.
6. Replace the right side panel of the basic device so that the guide bolts fit into the two
holes in the basic device.
7. Using a slotted screwdriver with a 2.8 mm wide blade, tighten the two captive slug screws
on slot 11. The screws lock the two guide bolts, so do not use excessive force when
tightening them.
8. Fit a suitable cover on slot 11 of the basic device.
Note
The basic device must not be used permanently without the right side panel.
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5.1
Ports
5.1.1
Connectors of the power supply (X1) of the SCALANCE X-400
Polarity reversal protection X1, X2
The two 4-pin male connectors (X1, X2) for the power supply and the signaling contact have
no polarity reversal protection. If the connectors are accidentally swapped over, this does not
cause damage or destroy circuits. Normal functionality is, however, not available while the
connectors are swapped over.
Connectors of the power supply (X1)
The redundant power supply is connected over a 4-pin connector at the front terminal block
on the power module.
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L1+
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M1
Ground
M2
Ground
L2+
+ 24 V power supply 2
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CAUTION
If IE Switches X-400 are supplied over long 24 V power supply lines or networks, measures
are necessary to prevent interference by strong electromagnetic pulses on the supply lines.
These can result, for example, due to lightning or switching of large inductive loads.
One of the tests used to attest the immunity of devices of the IE Switches X-400 to
electromagnetic interference is the "surge immunity test" according to EN61000-4-5. This
test requires overvoltage protection for the power supply lines. A suitable device is, for
example, the Dehn Blitzductor VT AD 24 V type no. 918 402 or comparable protective
element.
Manufacturer: DEHN+SÖHNE GmbH+Co.KG, Hans-Dehn-Str.1, Postfach 1640, D-92306
Neumarkt, Germany.
5.1.2
Connectors of the signaling contact and grounding strap (X2) of the SCALANCE
X-400
Polarity reversal protection X1, X2
The two 4-pin male connectors (X1, X2) for the power supply and the signaling contact have
no polarity reversal protection. If the connectors are accidentally swapped over, this does not
cause damage or destroy circuits. Normal functionality is, however, not available while the
connectors are swapped over.
Connectors of the signaling contact and grounding strap (X2)
The signaling contact is connected by contacts MK1 and MK2 on the 4-pin connector to the
rear terminal block on the power module.
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By inserting a strap between protective earth GND and M3, IE Switches X-400 can be
operated with grounded reference potential.
When the device ships, no strap is fitted (non-grounded reference potential).
Conn. 2
5.1.3
MK1
Floating signaling contact relay connector 1
M3
Ground
GND
Protective earth
MK2
Floating signaling contact relay connector 2
Connectors of the digital inputs of the SCALANCE X414-3E
Polarity reversal protection X1, X2
The two 5-pin male connectors (X1, X2) of the digital inputs 1 through 8 have no polarity
reversal protection. If the connectors are accidentally swapped over, this does not cause
damage or destroy circuits. In display modes A and C or B and D, incorrect inputs are
displayed during the time the connectors are swapped over.
WARNING
The input voltage must not exceed + 30 V and must not fall below – 30 V, otherwise the DI
module will be destroyed.
Connectors of the digital inputs 1 to 4 on male connector X1
Digital inputs 1 through 4 are connected using a 5-pin connector at the front terminal block
on the DI module.
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Pins of connector X1 (inputs 1-4)
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Conn. 1
IN1
Digital input 1
IN2
Digital input 2
M4
Ground
IN3
Digital input 3
IN4
Digital input 4
Digital inputs 5 to 8 on male connector X2
Digital inputs 5 through 8 are connected using a 5-pin connector at the rear terminal block on
the DI module.
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Pins of connector X2 (inputs 5-8)
Conn. 2
5.1.4
0
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Digital input 5
IN6
Digital input 6
M5
Ground
IN7
Digital input 7
IN8
Digital input 8
Connectors for the twisted pair cables
The FastConnect cabling system
With the IE FC RJ-45 Plug and the FastConnect cables (FC), you can achieve a segment
length up to 100 m without patching. In this case, the IE FC standard cable 2x2 is connected
directly to the SCALANCE X414-3E and other components on the network.
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Two FastConnect cable types are available, the eight-wire IE FC standard cable 4x2 and the
four-wire IE FC standard cable 2x2.
The diameter of the IE FC standard cable 4x2 does not allow connection to an RJ-45 plug so
that only the IE FC standard cable 2x2 as a four-wire cable is suitable for RJ-45 plugs. This
means that the maximum transmission rate is 100 Mbps.
The flexible eight-wire patch cable (TP cord) for gigabit transmission allows a maximum
cable length of 10 m.
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Connecting TP cord to FC cable
To connect TP Cord to FC cables, two IE FC RJ-45 modular outlet insert types are available:
● IE FC RJ-45 modular outlet insert 1GE
1 RJ-45 jack with 4x2 wire cable for 1 Gbps
● IE FC RJ-45 modular outlet insert 2FE
2 RJ-45 jacks each with 2x2 wire cable for 100 Mbps
With the IE FC RJ-45 modular outlet insert 1GE, the eight-wire FastConnect cable allows a
transmission rate of 1 Gbps.
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Figure 5-6
IE FC RJ-45 modular outlet insert 1GE
With the IE FC RJ-45 modular outlet insert 2FE, the eight-wire FastConnect cable is split
over two RJ-45 jacks and allows a transmission rate of 2 x 100 Mbps.
Figure 5-7
IE FC RJ-45 modular outlet insert 2FE
The maximum segment length of 100 m also applies when using the FastConnect cabling
with TP cord. Normally, FastConnect cable with a length of 90 m is used. The remaining 10
m is then available for TP cord at both ends (total of 10 m).
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Removing the FC cable from IE Switches X-400
Under some circumstances, a screwdriver is necessary to remove the twisted pair cables
with RJ-45 plugs because it may not be possible to reach the connector with your hand due
to neighboring media modules, covers, or the dummy cover.
If this is the situation, do the following:
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1. Press the catch on the RJ-45 plug to the left with a small screwdriver.
2. Remove the cable.
Figure 5-9
5.1.5
Unlocking the FastConnect RJ-45 plug
Connectors for fiber-optic cables
Gigabit transmission with FOC
Data transmission at 1 Gbps is over multimode FOC or single mode FOC. In both cases, the
fiber-optic cable is plugged into the SC duplex socket with the SC duplex plug. The
connectors have polarity reversal protection mechanisms.
When a media module is inserted, port 1 is to the front and port 2 to the rear.
NOTICE
Fiber-optic cable connectors are susceptible to contamination and mechanical damage to
the face. Protect open connections with the supplied dust caps.
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Figure 5-10
SC duplex plug with gigabit media module MM492-2LD
Fast Ethernet transfer with FOC
Data transmission at 100 Mbps is over multimode FOC or single mode FOC. In both cases,
the BFOC plug on the fiber-optic cable is plugged into the BFOC socket. When using the LH
module, SC duplex sockets are used as the connectors.
When a media module is inserted, the front two sockets belong to port 1 and the two back
sockets to port 2. The front socket is the input and the rear socket the output socket of the
respective port. Behind the labeling strip on the front of the media module, you will see the
relevant symbols.
NOTICE
Fiber-optic cable connectors are susceptible to contamination and mechanical damage to
the face. Protect open connections with the supplied dust caps.
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Figure 5-11
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5.1.6
Fitting IE FC RJ-45 Plug 180
Assembly of the IE FC RJ-45 Plug 180 on an IE FC Standard Cable
The following table lists the instructions for fitting a SIMATIC NET Industrial Ethernet
FastConnect cable to the industrial IE FC RJ-45 Plug 180.
1. In the stripping tool, use the green
knife cassette 6GK1901-1GB01 (5.1
mm knife distance)!
When using stripping tool supplied with
the yellow knife cassette, the cutting
depth must be adjusted with the middle
socket head screw after replacing the
knife cassette.
2. Take the stripping tool in your right
hand.
3. Measure the cable length by placing
the cable on the template.
Use the index finger of your left hand
as the limit stop.
6. Rotate the stripping tool to strip the
cable
- with PVC insulation approx. 4 times,
- for PUR insulation approx. 8 times
in the direction of the arrow.
7. Keeping the it closed, pull the
stripping tool with jacket and remnants
of the shield off the end of the cable.
10. Spread out the cores according to
their colors on the contact elements of
the FC RJ-45 plug.
11. Insert the cores as far as they will
go into the contact elements of the FC
RJ-45 plug.
4. Place the cable in the stripping tool.
The index finger of your left hand is the
limit stop.
5. Clamp the stripping tool as far as it
will go.
8. If the white filler was not pulled off
when you stripped the cable, remove it
and the transparent protective foil
manually.
9. Cut off the dummy cores.
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13. Close the cover and turn the
locking mechanism with your hand as
far as possible in the direction of the
arrow.
14. Insert a 2.5 mm screwdriver into the
hole in the locking mechanism and
continue turning it as far as the limit
stop.
15. The connector is correctly locked
when the opening of the locking
mechanism is at the side and the side
edges are flush with the connector.
The insulation piercing contacts of the
FC RJ-45 plug can be released and
recontacted up to 10 times.
Cable ends that have had a connector
fitted, must not be used twice but must
be cut off before fitting a new
connector.
To assemble a cable with crossed over
wires, connect the color-coded wires at
one end of the cable in the connector
as shown below:
Connect white with yellow
Connect blue with orange.
Notes:
Replace the knife cassette if the cut is
not clean or after stripping
approximately
- 1500 cables with a PVC outer jacket
- 150 cables with a PUR outer jacket
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6.1
6
Replacing a device
Replacing a device
NOTICE
If you replace an IE Switch X-400, remember the following:
• Make the same settings on the DIL switches of the new SCALANCE X414-3E device as
they were on the old device.
• Install the identical media module configuration and, if applicable with the SCALANCE
X414-3E, the extender module configuration on the new device as was on the old
device.
• Use the C-PLUG of the old device in the new one. This means that the previous device
configuration will be adopted automatically when the new device starts up.
6.2
Slot numbers of the modules and covers
Specifying the slot number
The preinstalled modules, the media modules, the covers for unused slots and the dummy
cover must be labeled with the slot number using the slot number tabs supplied. Since the
power supply unit is not located on the basic device and has slot number 1, start with
number 2 for the power module. The order for the other modules is in ascending order to the
right. This applies to any extender modules that may be used on the SCALANCE X414-3E,
starting from the left with number 12.
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6.3 Factory default
Applying the slot numbers
1. Place the required slot number in front of the module.
2. Place the tongue in the opening on the module.
3. Press the slot number into the recess on the front of the housing with your finger. The slot
number breaks out of the wheel.
Figure 6-1
6.3
Slot number plate
Factory default
Reset
Note
Resetting the IE Switch X-400 to the factory defaults is described in the section
"SELECT/SET button".
DIL switches (SCALANCE X414-3E only)
When supplied, the four DIL switches on the CPU module are set to OFF as default.
NOTICE
Before starting up for the first time, check the switch settings.
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6.3 Factory default
● RM
is set to OFF. This means that the redundancy manager function is disabled.
● -no function.
● R1, R2
are set to OFF. Both (electrical) gigabit ports on slot 5 are defined as ring ports.
Note
There are no DIL switches on the SCALANCE X408-2 basic device. The settings for RM,
SB snd R1, R2 (ring ports) can be made in the software. The RM can also be enabled /
disabled with the SET/SELECT button.
The default settings for RM and ring ports are the same for the SCALANCE X414-3E and
SCALANCE X408-2 basic devices.
Further device properties
With R1 and R2, ring redundancy is enabled when the device ships.
NOTICE
In this mode, RSTP / STP cannot be activated.
C-PLUG
When delivered, the C-PLUG is empty and is initialized with the factory settings when first
started up. All subsequent configuration changes are automatically adopted in the internal
memory of the IE Switch X-400 and in the C-PLUG.
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6.4
Operator controls
6.4.1
DIL switches of the SCALANCE X414-3E
Meaning of the DIL switches
The RM switch allows you to configure the SCALANCE X414-3E as a redundancy manager
in a ring with redundancy manager.
Note
Only the SCALANCE X414-3E basic device has DIL switches.
Ring redundancy can be configured with these DIL switches. If both switches R1 and R2 are
set to ON, ring redundancy can only be configured by software (CLI, WBM). These settings
can only be made in the software for the SCALANCE X408-2 basic device. On the
SCALANCE X408-2, the RM can also be enabled / disabled with the SET/SELECT button.
For more detailed information, refer to the configuration manual "SCALANCE X-300
SCALANCE X-400 Industrial Ethernet Switches".
Changing the switch settings during operation causes fault displays and activates the
signaling contact. The settings are adopted only after the device is restarted.
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6.4 Operator controls
Configuration options
Below the labeling strip on the CPU module on slot 4, there are four DIL switches. These DIL
switches can have one of two states (ON / OFF).
Figure 6-2
Power module, digital inputs and CPU module with operator controls on the SCALANCE
X414-3E
● The RM switch allows you to configure the SCALANCE X414-3E as a redundancy
manager in a ring. When using a SCALANCE X408-2, this setting is made in the software
or using the SELECT/SET button.
● The STBY switch is reserved for future functionality and does not currently have any
function.
● With switches R1 and R2, you can specify either the two ports in slot 5, the two ports in
slot 6 or the first ports of slots 6 and 7 as ring ports. If you want ring redundancy to be
configured only by software (CLI, WBM), set both switches to ON.
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6.4 Operator controls
Switch
Status
Meaning
RM
OFF
SCALANCE X414-3E is not a redundancy manager.
ON
-R1
SCALANCE X414-3E is a redundancy manager.
No function.
OFF
Ports in slot 5 (gigabit ports) are ring ports.
R2
OFF
R1
ON
Ports 1 and 2 of slot 6 are ring ports.
R2
OFF
.
R1
OFF
Port 1 of slot 6 is first ring port.
R2
ON
Port 1 of slot 7 is second ring port.
R1
ON
R2
ON
Ring redundancy configurable only by software (CLI, WBM).
Default: No ring redundancy.
When shipped from the factory, all DIL switches are set to OFF.
Ring ports on slots 5 to 7
NOTICE
When supplied, the DIL switches R1 and R2 on the SCALANCE X414-3E are set to OFF.
As a result, the gigabit ports on slot 5 are defined as ring ports and ring redundancy is
therefore enabled. In this case, you cannot enable rapid spanning tree / spanning tree.
For more detailed information, refer to the configuration manual "SCALANCE X-300
SCALANCE X-400 Industrial Ethernet Switches".
If R1 and R2 are set to OFF, the two gigabit ports of slot 5 are selected as ring ports.
Note
If the SCALANCE X414-3E is operated without media modules, R1 and R2 must be set to
OFF, otherwise ports in slots 6 and 7 will be defined as ring ports that are only available
when media modules are plugged in.
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Possible settings of the ring ports
Note
Only two ports of a switch can ever be defined as ring ports. All other ports in slots 6 and 7
that are not defined as ring ports can be used for the optical connection of nodes or subnets.
● Switch 1:
In the schematic below, switches R1 and R2 are set to OFF.
● Switch 2:
In the schematic below, switch R1 is set to ON and R2 to OFF.
● Switch 3:
In the schematic below, switch R1 is set to OFF and R2 to ON.
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Figure 6-4
6.4.2
The three possible settings for ring ports with R1 and R2
SELECT / SET button
Function
The SELECT / SET button is used to switch over the display modes (DMode) and to make
other settings. After turning on the IE Switch X-400, it is in DMode A.
The button has the following functions:
● Changing the display modes
By pressing the button briefly, you change from one display mode to the next. The
selected mode or current status is displayed by the LEDs (D1, D2).
● Resetting to the factory defaults
It is possible to restore some of the factory defaults in DMode A. by pressing the button
for 12 seconds. You can cancel the reset procedure by releasing the button before the 12
seconds have elapsed. All previously made settings are overwritten by the factory
defaults.
● Defining the fault mask and the LED displays
It is possible to set the fault mask in DMode A and DMode D. This allows you to specify
the mask for signaling faults by defining an individual "good status" for the connected
ports and the power supplies. In this case, you press the button for 5 seconds in DMode
A or DMode D. After 3 seconds, the two LEDs (D1 and D2) start to flash. You can cancel
the procedure by releasing the button before the 5 seconds have elapsed. If, however,
you press the button for a further 2 seconds, the current states of all ports and the states
of the power supplies L1 and L2 are included in the fault mask. The previous fault mask is
then overwritten.
● Activating/deactivating the redundancy manager (only with the SCALANCE X408-2 basic
device)
It is only possible to activate/deactivate the RM in DMode B by pressing the button for 5
seconds. After 3 seconds, the two LEDs (D1 and D2) start to flash. If you release the
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button before the 5 seconds have elapsed, the action is aborted. After 5 seconds the
redundancy manager is activated/deactivated. If the redundancy manager as well as ring
redundancy were deactivated, ring redundancy is also activated at the same time. If you
deactivate, only the redundancy manager is deactivated.
6.5
LED display
Overview
The following table shows the states indicated by the LEDs in the various display modes. For
more detailed information, refer to the subsections listed in the first column.
LED
Display mode A
Display mode B
Display mode C
Display mode D
Power
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L1
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L2
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IN1
Signal at input
IN5
Signal at input
IN1
Signal at input
IN5
IN2/IN6
Signal at input
IN2
Signal at input
IN6
Signal at input
IN2
Signal at input
IN6
IN3/IN7
Signal at input
IN3
Signal at input
IN7
Signal at input
IN3
Signal at input
IN7
IN4/IN8
Signal at input
IN4
Signal at input
IN8
Signal at input
IN4
Signal at input
IN8
RM
Device is operating as RM
SB
Device operates in standby mode.
CPU module
for X414-3E
and X408-2
Power supply L1 is applied.
Power supply L1
is monitored
Power supply L2 is applied.
Power supply L2
is monitored
D1
off
on
off
on
D2
off
off
on
on
Port status
Transmission
rate
Half / full duplex
Fault mask
Ports for
P1
X414-3E and P2
X408-2
P3
P4
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6.5 LED display
6.5.1
Startup behavior of the SCALANCE X-400
Startup behavior of the IE Switch X-400
While the device is starting up, the red LED on the power module indicates the current status
of the device. For more detailed information, refer to the following table:
LED on
LED off
LED flashing
During device startup
Device starts or a
fault/error was
detected
Device startup
successful
Error in keyboard input over
serial interface or bad
firmware image
During operation
Fault/error
detected
Operation not OK
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6.5.2
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Press the SELECT / SET button on the CPU module until the D1 and D2 light up on the CPU
in the required combination. The selected display mode is then activated.
There is an automatic switchover to Dmode A if the button is not pressed for longer than one
minute.
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6.5 LED display
Figure 6-6
6.5.3
Displaying the four possible display modes
LED display - power module
Display modes A through C
In display modes A through C, the two LEDs D1 and D2 of the CPU module are lit as
described in the section "Selecting the display modes". In these three states, the status of
the signaling contact and the presence of the supply voltages are displayed by the LEDs of
the power module.
Figure 6-7
Example of the LED display of the power module and the CPU module in DMode A
The following table lists the significance of the three LEDs on the power module for display
modes A through C:
Label
Color
F
Red
L1
Green
L2
Green
Status
Meaning
off
The IE Switch X-400 has not detected any faults, the
signaling contact is closed.
on
The IE Switch X-400 has detected a fault, the signaling
contact opens.
off
Power supply L1 lower than 17 V.
on
Power supply L1 higher than 17 V.
off
Power supply L2 lower than 17 V.
on
Power supply L2 higher than 17 V.
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6.5 LED display
Display in display mode D
In display mode D, both the D1 and D2 LEDs of the CPU module are on. This mode
indicates whether the power supply is being monitored with the signaling contact.
Figure 6-8
LED display of the power module and the CPU module in DMode D
The following table shows the meaning of the three light emitting diodes on the power
module in display mode D:
Label
Color
F
Red
L1
Green
L2
Green
6.5.4
Status
Meaning
off
No problem has been detected by the IE Switch X-400.
on
The IE Switch X-400 detects a fault. The signaling contact
opens.
off
Power supply L1 is not monitored. If L1 falls below 17 V, the
signaling contact does not respond.
on
Power supply L1 is monitored. If L1 falls below 17 V, the
signaling contact responds.
off
Power supply L2 is not monitored. If L2 falls below 17 V, the
signaling contact does not respond.
on
Power supply L2 is monitored. If L2 falls below 17 V, the
signaling contact responds.
LED display - CPU module
CPU module
On the SCALANCE X414-3E, the LEDs of the CPU module are on slot 4;
on the SCALANCE X408-2, they are on slot 3.
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6.5 LED display
Display modes A through D
The set display modes are indicated as follows:
50
50
50
50
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6%
6%
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The individual functions (RM, SB and D1/D2) are independent of each other. The LED
displays are described below:
Label
Color
RM
Green
SB
Green
6.5.5
Status
Meaning
off
The IE Switch X-400 is not operating in redundancy manager
mode.
on
The IE Switch X-400 is operating in redundancy manager mode.
The ring is working without problems, monitoring is activated.
flashes
The IE Switch X-400 is operating in redundancy manager mode.
An interruption has been detected on the ring; the IE Switch 400 has switched through.
off
The standby function is disabled.
on
The standby function is enabled and the standby ports are
disabled.
flashes
The standby function is enabled and the standby ports are
enabled; in other words, the send and receive frames.
D1
Green
on
D2
Green
on
LED display of the ports (DMode A through DMode D)
LEDs of the ports
The two LEDs of slot 5 or the four LEDs of slots 9 through 11 of the basic device indicate
various port statuses depending on the set display modes. The displays have the same
significance for all ports on all slots of the basic device and the extender modules EM495-8
and EM496-4.
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6.5 LED display
Port statuses in DMode A
In display mode A, the current port status is displayed.
Port
Color
P1
P2
P3
P4
Green
Status
Meaning
off
No valid link to the port (for
example station turned off or cable
not connected)
on
Link exists and port in normal
status. In this status, the port can
receive and send data.
flashes once per period
Link exists and port in "blocking"
status. In this status, the port only
receives management data (no
user data).
flashes three times per
period
Link exists and port turned off by
management. In this status, no data
is sent or received over the port.
flashes four times per period Port exists and is in the "monitored
port" status. In this status, the data
traffic of another port is copied to
this port.
Yellow
Figure 6-10
flashes / lit
Link exists, port is in normal status
and data is being received at the
port.
Display of the port status of port 1
Port statuses in DMode B
In display mode B, the current transmission rate is displayed.
Port
P1
P2
P3
P4
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Color
Status
Meaning
off
Port operating at 10 Mbps
Green
on
Port operating at 100 Mbps
Yellow
on
Port operating at 1000 Mbps
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6.5 LED display
Figure 6-11
Display of the transmission speed of port 1
Note
If there is a link fault and the type of transmission is fixed (autonegotiation off), in DMode B,
the desired status, in other words the set transmission rate (1000 Mbps, 100 Mbps, 10
Mbps) continues to be displayed. If there is a link fault and autonegotiation is active, the port
LED goes off.
Port statuses in DMode C
In display mode C, the current mode (half duplex, full duplex) is indicated.
Port
P1
P2
P3
P4
Color
Green
Figure 6-12
Status
Meaning
off
Port operating in half duplex
on
Port operating in full duplex
Mode display (full, half duplex) of port 1
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6.6 Replacing the C-PLUG
Note
If there is a link fault and the type of transmission is fixed (autonegotiation off), in DMode C,
the desired status, in other words the set type of transmission (full or half duplex) continues
to be displayed. If there is a link fault and autonegotiation is active, the port LED goes off.
Port statuses in DMode D
In display mode D, you can see whether or not the port is monitored.
Port
P1
P2
P3
P4
Color
Green
Figure 6-13
6.6
Status
Meaning
off
The port is not monitored; in other words, if a link is not established at
the port, this does not trigger the signaling contact.
on
Port is monitored; in other words, if there is no link established at the
port (for example cable not plugged in or connected device turned off),
this triggers the signaling contact and the fault state is adopted.
Example: Monitoring of port 1 is "on“
Replacing the C-PLUG
Removing the C-PLUG
It is only necessary to remove the C-PLUG if there is a problem on the basic device. After
removing the labeling strip, the upper part of the C-PLUG can be carefully levered out of the
CPU module using a slotted screwdriver until it can be gripped with your fingers and
completely removed.
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6.6 Replacing the C-PLUG
NOTICE
The C-PLUG must only be removed or inserted when the power supply to the device is
turned off.
Inserting in the C-PLUG slot
The C-PLUG of the SCALANCE X414-3E is located on the front of the CPU module below
the labeling strip. The C-PLUG of the SCALANCE X408-2 on the power module. After
removing the labeling strip, the C-PLUG is inserted in the receptacle with the socket
connector leading. The notch in the casing must be on the right. The C-PLUG is inserted by
pressing it into the receptacle until the C-PLUG is flush with the front surface of the CPU.
Figure 6-14
Removing the C-PLUG from the SCALANCE X414-3E
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6.7 Show Location
Figure 6-15
6.7
Removing the C-PLUG from the SCALANCE X408-2
Show Location
Localizing an IE Switches X-400
To identify an IE Switch X-400 locally and with certainty, you can use the "show location"
function on a programming device to select the node over the network and make it flash.
This can be used, for example, when assigning addresses to make sure that the correct
node receives the address. All port LEDs of the addressed node flash green at 2 Hz.
With the PST Tool V3.0, you can trigger this function with "Module \ Ring".
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Approvals
7.1
Approvals, Certificates
Note
The specified approvals apply only when the corresponding mark is printed on the product.
You can check which of the following approvals have been granted for your product by the
markings on the type plate.
EC directives
SIMATIC NET products meet the requirements and aims of the following EU directives.
Conformity certificates
You will find the EC Declaration of Conformity for this product on the Internet at the following
address:
http://supportauthoring.automation.siemens.com → section Self help; enter "EC Declaration
of Conformity" an the product name;
Example German: "EG-Konformitätserklärung SCALANCE X414-3E",
Example English: "Declaration of Conformity SCALANCE X414-3E".
EMC directive (electromagnetic compatibility)
The SIMATIC NET product meets the requirements of the EC Directive:
2004/108/EEC "Electromagnetic Compatibility"
The product is designed for use in the following areas:
Area of application
Requirements
Industrial area
Emission
Immunity
EN 61000-6-4 : 2001
EN 61000-6-2: 2001
WARNING
Personal injury and damage to property may occur.
The installation of expansions that are not approved for SIMATIC NET products or their
target systems may violate the requirements and regulations for safety and electromagnetic
compatibility.
Only use expansions that are approved for the system.
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7.1 Approvals, Certificates
● Keep to the installation guidelines
The product meets the requirements if you adhere to the installation and safety
instructions contained in this documentation and in the following documentation when
installing and operating the product.
● You can always find the latest documentation on the Internet!
The current descriptions of the currently available products can always be found on the
Internet under the specified entry IDs/Internet pages:
– SIMATIC NET Industrial Twisted Pair and Fiber Optic Networks Manual
8763736
– EMC Installation Guideline, Planning Guide
28518276
● Working on the product
To protect the product from electrostatic discharge, personnel must first discharge any
electrostatic charge from their body before touching the product.
Note
The product was tested with a device that also complies with the standards listed above.
If the product is operated with a device that does not meet these standards, there is no
guarantee that the corresponding values will be adhered to.
Machinery directive
The product remains a component in compliance with Article 4 (2) of the EC Machinery
Directive 89/392/EEC.
According to the machinery directive, we are obliged to point out that the product described
is intended solely for installation in a machine.
Before the final product can be put into operation, it must be tested to ensure that it conforms
with the directive 89/392/EEC.
Note for the manufacturers of machines
This product is not a machine in the sense of the EC Machinery Directive. There is therefore
no declaration of conformity relating to the EC Machinery Directive 89/392/EEC for this
product.
Explosion protection directive (ATEX)
The SIMATIC NET product meets the requirements of the EC directive:
94/9/EC "Equipment and Protective Devices for Use in Potentially Explosive Atmospheres"
Note
When using (installing) SIMATIC NET products in hazardous area zone 2, make absolutely
sure that the associated conditions are adhered to.
You will find these conditions on the SIMATIC NET Manual Collection.
● "Approval of SIMATIC/ SIMATIC NET Products for Direct Installation in Ex-Zone 2"
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ATEX code:
II 3 G Ex nA II T4 KEMA 07 ATEX 0145X
The product meets the requirements of the standards
● EN 60079-15 : 2005 (electrical apparatus for potentially explosive atmospheres; Type of
protection "n")
● and EN 60079-0:2006
FM approval
The product meets the requirements of the standards
● Factory Mutual Approval Standard Class Number 3611
● FM Hazardous (Classified) Location Electrical Equipment:
Non Incendive / Class I / Division 2 / Groups A,B,C,D / T4 A and
Non Incendive / Class I / Zone 2 / Group IIC / T4
FDA and IEC approvals
● No FDA or IEC mark is necessary for the MM491-2 media module.
The following media modules meet the FDA and IEC requirements listed below:
● MM491-2LD
● MM491-2LH+
● MM492-2
● MM492-2LD
● MM492-2LH
● MM492-2LH+
● MM492-2ELH
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Note for Australia
The product meets the requirements of the AS/NZS 2064 standard (Class A).
UL Approval for Information Technology Equipment
Underwriters Laboratories (UL) complying with Standard UL 60950-1
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7.1 Approvals, Certificates
Report Number E115352
UL Approval for Industrial Control Equipment
Underwriters Laboratories (UL) complying with Standard UL 508
Report Number E85972
CSA Approval for Information Technology Equipment
CSA Certification Mark
Canadian Standard Association CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1-03
CSA Approval for Industrial Control Equipment
CSA Certification Mark
Canadian Standard Association CSA C22.2 No. 14-M91
cULus Approval for Information Technology Equipment
cULus Listed 60E9 I. T. E.
Underwriters Laboratories Inc. complying with
● UL 60950-1 (Information Technology Equipment)
● CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1-03
cULus Approval for Industrial Control Equipment
cULus Listed 69B1
Underwriters Laboratories Inc. complying with
● UL 508
● CSA C22.2 No. 142-M1987
cULus Approval Hazardous Location
cULus Listed 21BP I. T. E. FOR HAZ. LOC.
Underwriters Laboratories Inc. complying with
● UL 60950-1 (Information Technology Equipment)
● CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1-03
● UL 1604 and 2279-15 (Hazardous Location)
Approved for use in
Cl. 1, Div. 2, GP. A, B, C, D, T4 A
Cl. 1, Zone 2, GP. IIC T4
Cl. 1, Zone 2, Aex nC IIC T4
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Technical specifications
8.1
SCALANCE X414-3E and X408-2 - technical specifications
Interfaces
Connecting end devices or
network segments over twisted
pair
SCALANCE X414-3E
SCALANCE X408-2
2 x RJ-45 jack (10/100/1000
Mbps)
12 x RJ-45 jack (10/100 Mbps)
All electrical ports support
autonegotiation and
autocrossover.
4 x RJ-45 jack (10/100/1000
Mbps)
4 x RJ-45 jack (10/100 Mbps)
All electrical ports support
autonegotiation and
autocrossover.
Installation of media modules
2 x slot (6 and 7) for media
2 x universal slot for media
module types MM491-2, MM491- module types
2LD and MM491-2LH+
MM491-2 or
MM491-2LD or
1 x slot (5) for media module
MM491-2LH+ or
types MM492-2, MM492-2LD,
MM492-2LH, MM492-2LH+ and MM492-2 or
MM492-2LD or
MM492-2ELH
MM492-2LH or
MM492-2LH+ or
MM492-2ELH
Installation of extender modules
1 x slot for extender module
EM495-8 or EM496-4
Not present.
Connector for power supply and
signaling contact
2 x 4-pin plug-in terminal blocks
2 x 4-pin plug-in terminal
blocks
Connection of digital inputs
2 x 5-pin plug-in terminal blocks
Not present.
Power supply
(redundant inputs isolated)
2 power supplies 24 V DC (20.4
to 28.8 V) safety extra-low
voltage (SELV)
2 power supplies 24 V DC
(20.4 to 28.8 V) safety extralow voltage (SELV)
Power supply voltage connected
over high resistance with
housing (not electrically
isolated).
Power supply voltage
connected over high resistance
with housing (not electrically
isolated).
Tested to IEC 6100-4-5, 1995
"Surge Immunity Test",
performed with lightning
protection device DEHN
Blitzductor VT AD 24 V, article
no. 918 402
Tested to IEC 6100-4-5, 1995
"Surge Immunity Test",
performed with lightning
protection device DEHN
Blitzductor VT AD 24 V, article
no. 918 402
15 W
8W
Power consumption (without
modules) at 24 V DC
Current consumption at 24 V DC < 2000 mA
< 700 mA
Load on the signaling contact
24 V DC / max. 100 mA safety
extra-low voltage (SELV)
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Technical specifications
8.1 SCALANCE X414-3E and X408-2 - technical specifications
SCALANCE X414-3E
SCALANCE X408-2
Overvoltage protection at input
Non-replaceable fuse (F 3.15 A /
250 V)
Non-replaceable fuse (F 3 A /
32 V)
Digital Inputs
Input voltage:
Inputs not present.
• Rated value 24 V DC safety
extra-low voltage (SELV)
• For state "1": + 13 V ...+ 30 V
• For state "0": – 30 V... + 3 V
Max. input current: 8 mA
Max. cable length: 30 m
Inputs isolated from electronics.
C-PLUG
SCALANCE X414-3E
SCALANCE X408-2
Dimensions (width x height x
depth)
24.3 x 17.0 x 8.1 mm
24.3 x 17.0 x 8.1 mm
Weight
approx. 5 g
approx. 5 g
Power consumption
0.015 W
0.015 W
Memory capacity
32 Mbytes
32 Mbytes
SCALANCE X414-3E
SCALANCE X408-2
With TP cord up to 10 m, with
FastConnect cabling system up
to 100 m.
With TP cord up to 10 m, with
FastConnect cabling system up
to 100 m.
Permitted cable lengths
TP cable length
Redundancy reconfiguration times
Redundancy
Reconfiguration times
HSR
300 ms
Standby link
300 ms
MRP
200 ms
Cascading depth
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Linear/star structure
Any (only depending on signal
propagation time)
Any (only depending on signal
propagation time)
Ring with redundancy manager
in HSR mode
50 (for reconfiguration time <
0.3 seconds)
50 (for reconfiguration time <
0.3 seconds)
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8.1 SCALANCE X414-3E and X408-2 - technical specifications
Switching properties
SCALANCE X414-3E
SCALANCE X408-2
Max. number of learnable
addresses
8000
8000
Aging time (default)
40 s
40 s
Switching technique
Store and forward
Store and forward
Latency (store and forward time)
5 µs
5 µs
(10 µs when changing from
gigabit to Fast Ethernet or vice
versa)
Full wire speed switching
Number of frames
at 100 Mbps
At a frame length of (in bytes):
at 1000 Mbps
148810
1488095
64
84459
844595
128
45290
452899
256
23496
234962
512
11973
119732
1024
9615
96154
1280
8127
81274
1518
Note
The IE Switches X-400 support full wire speed switching complying with IEEE 802.3 on all
ports.
The number of packets depends on the packet length according to the IEEE802.3 standard.
Permitted environmental conditions / EMC
SCALANCE X414-3E
SCALANCE X408-2
Operating temperature
Product version for 01 to 06
0°C to + 60°C
Product version as of 07
-40°C to + 70°C
0°C through + 60°C
Storage/transport temperature
- 40°C through + 80°C
- 40°C through + 80°C
Relative humidity in operation
< 95% (no condensation)
< 95% (no condensation)
Operating altitude
Max. 2000 m
Max. 2000 m
RF interference level
EN 55081 Class A
EN 55081 Class A
Immunity
EN 61000-6-2 : 2001
EN 61000-6-2 : 2001
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Construction
SCALANCE X414-3E
SCALANCE X408-2
Dimensions (W x H x D)
344 x 145 x 117 mm
242 x 145 x 117 mm
Weight
3,070 g
1,900 g
Installation options
35 mm DIN rail
S7-300 standard rail
35 mm DIN rail
S7-300 standard rail
Degree of protection
IP20
IP20
MTBF information (mean time between failure)
Device type
MTBF
SCALANCE X414-3E basic device
6GK5 414-3FC00-2AA2
24 years
SCALANCE X408-2 basic device
18 years
6GK5 408-2FD00-2AA2
130
Twisted pair extender EM495-8
6GK5 495-8BA00-8AA2
1,474 years
Media module extender EM496-4
6GK5 496-4MA00-8AA2
2,038 years
Fast Ethernet media module MM491-2
6GK5 491-2AB00-8AA2
138 years
Fast Ethernet media module MM491-2LD
6GK5 491-2AC00-8AA2
141 years
Fast Ethernet media module MM491-2LH+
6GK5 491-2AE00-8AA2
125 years
Gigabit media module MM492-2
6GK5 492-2AL00-8AA2
400 years
Gigabit media module MM492-2LD
6GK5 492-2AM00-8AA2
400 years
Gigabit media module MM492-2LH
6GK5 492-2AN00-8AA2
400 years
Gigabit media module MM492-2LH+
6GK5 492-2AP00-8AA2
400 years
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8.2 Media module MM491-2 (100Base-FX) - technical specifications
8.2
Media module MM491-2 (100Base-FX) - technical specifications
Interface
Connection of end devices or network segments
over FOC
2x2 BFOC sockets
(100 Mbps, 100BaseFX, full duplex)
Diode power
< -14 dBm
Power consumption
• For product versions 01 to 04
• As of product version 05
2W
4W
Permitted cable lengths
FO cable lengths:
• 50/125 µm multimode fiber
0 – 3 km
(1 dB/km at 1310 nm;
1200 MHz*km;
maximum insertion loss 0.5 dB;
4.5 dB max. permitted FO cable attenuation at 3
dB link power margin)
Permitted environmental conditions / EMC
Operating temperature
• For product versions 01 to 04
• As of product version 05
0 °C through + 60 °C
-40 °C through + 70 °C
Storage/transport temperature
- 40°C through + 80°C
Relative humidity in operation
< 95% (no condensation)
Operating altitude
Max. 2000 m
RF interference level
EN 55081 Class A
Immunity
EN 61000-6-2: 2001
Construction
Dimensions (W x H x D)
35 x 145 x 90 mm
Weight
260 g
Degree of protection
IP20
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8.3 Media module MM491-2LD (100Base-FX) - technical specifications
8.3
Media module MM491-2LD (100Base-FX) - technical specifications
Interfaces
Connection of end devices or network segments
over FOC
2x2 BFOC sockets
(100 Mbps, 100BaseFX, full duplex)
Power of the laser diode
< -8 dBm
Power consumption
• For product versions 01 to 04
• As of product version 05
2W
4W
Permitted cable lengths
FO cable lengths:
• 9/125 µm single mode fiber
0 - 26 km
(0.5 dB/km at 1310 nm;
maximum insertion loss 0.5 dB;
14 dB max. permitted FO cable attenuation at
2 dB link power margin)
Permitted environmental conditions / EMC
Operating temperature
• For product versions 01 to 04
• As of product version 05
0 °C through + 60 °C
-40 °C through + 70 °C
Storage/transport temperature
- 40°C through + 80°C
Relative humidity in operation
< 95% (no condensation)
Operating altitude
Max. 2000 m
RF interference level
EN 55081 Class A
Immunity
EN 61000-6-2: 2001
Laser protection
Class 1 complying with IEC 60825-1
Construction
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Dimensions (W x H x D)
35 x 145 x 90 mm
Weight
260 g
Degree of protection
IP20
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8.4 Media module MM491-2LH+ (100Base-FX) - technical specifications
8.4
Media module MM491-2LH+ (100Base-FX) - technical specifications
Interfaces
Connection of end devices or network segments
over FOC
2x SC duplex sockets
(100 Mbps, 100BaseFX, full duplex)
Power of the laser diode
< 0 dBm
Power consumption
4W
Permitted cable lengths
FO cable lengths:
• 9/125 µm single mode fiber
0 - 70 km
(0.38 dB/km at 1550 nm;
maximum insertion loss 0.5 dB;
26 dB max. permitted FO cable attenuation at
3 dB link power margin
minimum cable attenuation at 3 dB)
Permitted environmental conditions / EMC
Operating temperature
- 40°C through + 70°C
Storage/transport temperature
- 40°C through + 80°C
Relative humidity in operation
< 95% (no condensation)
Operating altitude
Max. 2000 m
RF interference level
EN 55081 Class A
Immunity
EN 61000-6-2: 2001
Laser protection
Class 1 complying with IEC 60825-1
Construction
Dimensions (W x H x D)
35 x 145 x 90 mm
Weight
260 g
Degree of protection
IP20
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8.5 Media module MM492-2 (1000Base-SX) - technical specifications
8.5
Media module MM492-2 (1000Base-SX) - technical specifications
Interfaces
Connection of end devices or network segments
over FOC
2 x SC duplex sockets
(1000 Mbps, 1000BaseSX, full duplex)
Power of the laser diode
< -4 dBm
Power consumption
4W
Permitted cable lengths
FO cable lengths:
• 50/125 µm multimode fiber
•
62.5/125 µm multimode fiber
0 - 750 m
(2.5 dB/km at 850 nm;
1200 MHz*km;
maximum insertion loss 0.5 dB;
4.5 dB max. permitted FO cable attenuation at
3 dB link power margin)
0 – 350 m
(3.1 dB/km at 850 nm;
200 MHz*km;
maximum insertion loss 0.5 dB;
4.5 dB max. permitted FO cable attenuation at 3
dB link power margin)
Environmental conditions / EMC
Operating temperature:
• For product versions 01 to 04
• As of product version 05
0 °C through + 60 °C
- 40 °C through + 70 °C
Storage/transport temperature
- 40°C through + 80°C
Relative humidity in operation
< 95% (no condensation)
Operating altitude
Max. 2000 m
RF interference level
EN 55081 Class A
Immunity
EN 61000-6-2: 2001
Laser protection
Class 1 complying with IEC 60825-1
Dimensions (W x H x D)
35 x 145 x 90 mm
Construction
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Weight
250 g
Degree of protection
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8.6 Media module MM492-2LD (1000Base-LX) - technical specifications
8.6
Media module MM492-2LD (1000Base-LX) - technical specifications
Interfaces
Connection of end devices or network segments
over FOC
2 x SC duplex sockets
(1000 Mbps, 1000Base-LX, full duplex)
Power of the laser diode
< -3 dBm
Power consumption
4W
Permitted cable lengths
FO cable lengths:
• 9/125 µm single mode fiber
0 – 10 km
(0.5 dB/km at 1310 nm;
maximum insertion loss 0.5 dB;
6 dB max. permitted FO cable attenuation at 3 dB
link power margin)
Environmental conditions / EMC
Operating temperature:
• For product versions 01 to 04
• As of product version 05
0 °C through + 60 °C
- 40 °C through + 70 °C
Storage/transport temperature
- 40°C through + 80°C
Relative humidity in operation
< 95% (no condensation)
Operating altitude
Max. 2000 m
RF interference level
EN 55081 Class A
Immunity
EN 61000-6-2: 2001
Laser protection
Class 1 complying with IEC 60825-1
Dimensions (W x H x D)
35 x 145 x 90 mm
Weight
250 g
Degree of protection
IP20
Construction
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8.7 Media module MM492-2LH (1000Base-LX) - technical specifications
8.7
Media module MM492-2LH (1000Base-LX) - technical specifications
Interfaces
Connection of end devices or network segments
over FOC
2 x SC duplex sockets
(1000 Mbps, 1000Base-LX, full duplex)
Power of the laser diode
< 0 dBm
Power consumption
4W
Permitted cable lengths
FOC lengths
• 9/125 µm single mode fiber
*) – 40 km
(0.4 dB/km at 1550 nm;
maximum insertion loss 0.5 dB;
8 dB max. permitted FO cable attenuation at 2 dB
link power margin,
minimum cable attenuation 3 dB)
Environmental conditions / EMC
Operating temperature
• For product version 01
• As of product version 02
0 °C through + 60 °C
- 40 °C through + 70 °C
Storage/transport temperature
- 40°C through + 80°C
Relative humidity in operation
< 95% (no condensation)
Operating altitude
Max. 2000 m
RF interference level
EN 55081 Class A
Immunity
EN 61000-6-2: 2001
Laser protection
Class 1 complying with IEC 60825-1
Dimensions (W x H x D)
35 x 145 x 90 mm
Construction
136
Weight
250 g
Degree of protection
IP20
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8.8 Media module MM492-2LH+ (1000Base-LX) - technical specifications
8.8
Media module MM492-2LH+ (1000Base-LX) - technical specifications
Interfaces
Connection of end devices or network segments
over FOC
2 x SC duplex sockets
(1000 Mbps, 1000Base-LX, full duplex)
Power of the laser diode
< 5 dBm
Power consumption
4W
Permitted cable lengths
FO cable lengths:
• 9/125 µm single mode fiber
*) – 70 km
(0.28 dB/km at 1550 nm;
maximum insertion loss 0.5 dB,
21 dB max. permitted FO cable attenuation at
2 dB link power margin,
*) minimum cable attenuation 8 dB)
Environmental conditions / EMC
Operating temperature
• For product version 01
• As of product version 02
0 °C through + 60 °C
- 40 °C through + 70 °C
Storage/transport temperature
- 40°C through + 80°C
Relative humidity in operation
< 95% (no condensation)
Operating altitude
Max. 2000 m
RF interference level
EN 55081 Class A
Immunity
EN 61000-6-2: 2001
Laser protection
Class 1 complying with IEC 60825-1
Dimensions (W x H x D)
35 x 145 x 90 mm
Construction
Weight
250 g
Degree of protection
IP20
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8.9 Media module MM492-2ELH (1000Base-LX) - technical specifications
8.9
Media module MM492-2ELH (1000Base-LX) - technical specifications
Interfaces
Connection of end devices or network segments
over FOC
2 x SC duplex sockets
(1000 Mbps, 1000Base-LX, full duplex)
Power of the laser diode
< 5 dBm
Power consumption
4W
Permitted cable lengths
FOC lengths
• 9/125 µm single mode fiber
*) – 120 km
(0.225 dB/km at 1550 nm;
maximum insertion loss 0.5 dB,
27 dB max. permitted FO cable attenuation at
2 dB link power margin,
minimum cable attenuation 8 dB)
Environmental conditions / EMC
Operating temperature
- 40°C through + 70°C
Storage/transport temperature
- 40°C through + 80°C
Relative humidity in operation
< 95% (no condensation)
Operating altitude
Max. 2000 m
RF interference level
EN 55081 Class A
Immunity
EN 61000-6-2: 2001
Laser protection
Class 1 complying with IEC 60825-1
Construction
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Dimensions (W x H x D)
35 x 145 x 90 mm
Weight
250 g
Degree of protection
IP20
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8.10 Extender module EM495-8 - technical specifications
8.10
Extender module EM495-8 - technical specifications
Interfaces
Connection of end devices or network segments
8 x RJ-45 jacks (10/100 Mbps)
over twisted pair
All electrical ports support
autonegotiation and autocrossover.
Power consumption
< 0.5 W
Permitted cable lengths
TP cable length
With TP cord up to 10 m, with FastConnect
cabling system up to 100 m.
Permitted environmental conditions / EMC
Operating temperature:
• For product versions 01 to 02
• As of product version 03
0 °C through + 60 °C
- 40 °C through + 70 °C
Storage/transport temperature
– 40°C through + 80°C
Relative humidity in operation
< 95% (no condensation)
Operating altitude
Max. 2000 m
RF interference level
EN 55081 Class A
Immunity
EN 61000-6-2: 2001
Construction
8.11
Dimensions (W x H x D)
86 x 145 x 112.4 mm
Weight
560 g
Degree of protection
IP20
Extender module EM496-4 - technical specifications
Interfaces
Installation of media modules
4 x slot for media module
Power consumption without media modules
< 0.1 W
MM491-2, MM491-2LD, MM491-2LH+
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8.11 Extender module EM496-4 - technical specifications
Permitted environmental conditions / EMC
Operating temperature:
• For product versions 01 to 02
• As of product version 03
0 °C through + 60 °C
- 40 °C through + 70 °C
Storage/transport temperature
– 40°C through + 80°C
Relative humidity in operation
< 95% (no condensation)
Operating altitude
Max. 2000 m
RF interference level
EN 55081 Class A
Immunity
EN 61000-6-2: 2001
Dimensions (W x H x D)
154 x 145 x 112.4 mm
Construction
140
Weight
980 g
Degree of protection
IP20
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Dimension drawing X414-3E
Figure 9-1
SCALANCE X414 front
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Figure 9-2
SCALANCE X414 top
Figure 9-3
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Dimension drawing X408-2
Figure 9-4
SCALANCE X408 front
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Figure 9-5
SCALANCE X408 top
Figure 9-6
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Dimension drawing EM495-8
Figure 9-7
Extender module EM495-8 front
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Figure 9-8
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Dimension drawing EM496-4
Figure 9-9
Extender module EM496-4 front
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Figure 9-10
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Glossary
Aging time
The aging time is the time after which a learned MAC address is discarded if a SCALANCE
X-400 has not received frames with this sender address during this time.
ARD
Automatic Redundancy Detection.
Autocrossover
Technique with which a TP port is automatically switched over between MDI and MDIX
assignment to make a connection independent of the port assignment of the device being
attached. This means that crossover cables are not required. The autocrossover function
can only be used when the port is set to autonegotiation mode.
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.
CLI
Command Line Interpreter. Terminal-based configuration option for the SCALANCE X-400.
The CLI can be used both over the serial port of the CPU module and with TELNET over
every Ethernet port.
Collision domain
To ensure that the CSMA/CD protocol functions correctly, the propagation time of a data
packet from one node to another is restricted. This propagation time results in a spatially
limited span for the network depending on the data rate known as the collision domain.
Connection monitoring
With regular link test pulses, SCALANCE X-400 monitors the connected TP and FO cable
segments for short-circuits or interruptions. The SCALANCE does not send data to a
segment from which it is not receiving link test pulses.
C-PLUG
The C-PLUG (configuration plug) is an exchangeable memory medium of storing the
configuration data. If the device is replaced, the configuration can be adopted by swapping
the C-PLUG.
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Digital input
A digital input is used to acquire binary file information. A state change can be logged in the
Log Table or reported by E-mail or traps. The voltage levels between – 30 V and + 3 V
correspond to logical state "0", voltage levels between + 13 V and + 30 V correspond to
logical state "1".
Dispersion
Broadening and distortion of light pulses in fiber-optic cable due to signals arriving at
different times. On multimode FOC, the distortion of the output signal is greater than with
single mode FOC.
Display mode (DMode)
Display mode that indicates various statuses (port status, power monitoring activated etc.).
The modes can be switched over using a button on the CPU module.
ESM
Electrical Switching Module – SIMATIC NET Ethernet switch with electrical ports.
Fault mask
Specifies the desired status (good status). Deviations from this occurring during operation
are handled as faults.
FO port
Fiber Optic port
Full duplex
Two-way simultaneous - both communication partners can send and receive at the same
time.
Half duplex
Two-way alternate transmission mode- it is only possible to either send or receive over the
interfaces at any one time.
High Speed Redundancy
Method used on SIMATIC NET switches to increase the network availability in a ring
topology.
See also ►media redundancy.
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HSR
→ High Speed Redundancy
Latency
Latency specifies the time taken by frames to pass through a switch. This does not include
the time required for buffering frames.
Load containment
With its filtering functions, a switch makes sure that local data traffic remains local. The local
network load of a segment is contained in the originating segment and does not represent
extra load on the remainder of the network.
MDI
Medium Dependent Interface, - straight.
On a MDI port or a MDI cable, the receive (Rx)
and the send (Tx) lines are not crossed over
MDI-X
Medium Dependent Interface – crossover.
On an MDI-X port or MDI-X cable, the receive (Rx) and the send (Tx) lines are crossed over.
Media redundancy
Method for increasing availability in Industrial Ethernet networks in which devices can be
reached over different paths. This might be achieved by meshing networks, arranging
parallel transmission paths or by closing a linear bus topology to form a ring.
Media redundancy within a ring topology is available with SIMATIC NET products with the
►HSR and ►MRP methods.
Media Redundancy Protocol
A method specified in the IEC 61158 Type 10 standard for increasing network availability in
a ring topology.
See also ►media redundancy.
MIB
Management Information Base. The MIB is a formal description of network objects in the
form of a tree structure that contains all the relevant information for network management in
SNMP.
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Mirroring
A port (mirror port) with its specific data traffic can be mirrored to another port (monitor port)
for test purposes. Protocol analysis devices can be connected to the monitor port, in other
words, the monitor port is not available for data exchange. Mirroring has no effect on the
mirror port.
Modes
Modes are discrete waves used to transmit data within a fiber-optic cable. With single mode
fibers, only one wave propagates, whereas in multimode fibers several waves propagate.
Modes are patterns of electromagnetic fields in FOCs.
MRP
→ Media Redundancy Protocol
Multimode
In multimode transmission, the pulse is transferred using many modes (waves) that travel
along curved paths or are reflected within the core. Attenuation is mainly caused by physical
absorption and dispersion as well as by mechanical bending. The amount of attenuation
depends among other things on the wavelength of the input light. Multimode fiber-optic
cables have an outer diameter of 125 µm and 50 or 62.5 µm core diameter. Due to the larger
core diameter the pulse edges degrade more than in single mode transmission resulting in
shorter transmission distances.
OSM
Optical Switching Module – SIMATIC NET Ethernet switch with optical ports.
Rapid Spanning Tree
The Rapid Spanning Tree protocol (RSTP) allows redundant transmission paths. This
prevents circulating frames and, if a fault develops, provides an alternative path within one
second (reconfiguration time).
Reconfiguration time
The time required to restore a functional configuration if a device fails or a network cable is
interrupted.
Redundancy client
Device in a ring topology that reacts to the test and reconfiguration frames of the
►redundancy manager.
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Redundancy domain
Group of devices that support the "media redundancy" function in a ring topology. All devices
in a ring topology with media redundancy must belong to the same redundancy domain.
Redundancy manager
Device in a ring network section with ►media redundancy that monitors the ring topology.
Only one of the two ►ring ports of the redundancy manager forwards data frames when the
ring is closed.
If the ring is interrupted, the redundancy manager triggers a reconfiguration of the network
by forwarding data frames via both ring ports. This means that all remaining devices can be
reached again (►redundancy clients) in the ring over a linear bus.
Redundancy manager (RM)
Switch in a ring topology that does not forward any frames between its ring ports if there are
functioning connections between all other switches. As soon as a connection between two
switches is interrupted, the redundancy manager forwards frames between its ring ports and
so restores an intact connection between all switches.
Ring port
Port of a device that establishes the connection to a neighboring device in a ring topology. A
device has two ring ports.
RM
→ Redundancy manager
SB
Standby function.
Segment
In the Ethernet bus system, transceivers connected together over the bus cable along with
the nodes connected over patch cables form a segment. Several such segments can be
connected via repeaters. When using twisted pair and fiber-optic cables, each subsection
forms a segment.
Signaling contact
Floating relay contact via which the detected error states can be signaled.
Single mode
In single mode transmission, (and monomode transmission) the pulse is transmitted by a
straight mode (wave). Attenuation is mainly caused by physical absorption and dispersion as
well as by mechanical bending. The amount of attenuation depends, among other things, on
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the wavelength of the input light. The single mode fiber typically has a core diameter of 5 to 9
µm. The outer diameter is, however, once again 125 µm (compare multimode). The smaller
core diameter degrades the pulse edges less than multimode transmission and allows
greater transmission distances.
SNMP
Simple Network Management Protocol. Standardized protocol for transporting network
management information.
Spanning Tree
The Spanning Tree protocol (STP) allows redundant transmission paths. This prevents
circulating frames and, if a fault develops, provides an alternative path within 20 - 30
seconds (reconfiguration time).
Store and forward
In this switching technique, the entire frame is read in, before it is forwarded by the switch. A
packet is only passed on if it is error-free.
TELNET
With this protocol, an interactive connection can be established to another device in the LAN
or on the Internet. The user then has the same options as when directly connected to this
device with a terminal.
TP port
Port with a TP connector (RJ-45 jack)
VLAN
Virtual LAN within a physically existing network.
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Media module extender, 60
Twisted pair extender, 57
A
Autonegotiation, 27
B
Basic device
SCALANCE X414-3E, 35
Basic device
SCALANCE X408-2, 43
F
Factory defaults, 107
Fast Ethernet media module MM491-2, 52
Fast Ethernet media module MM491-2 LD, 53
Fast Ethernet media module MM491-2LH+, 54
Fault mask, 13
G
C
Communication modes, 28
Compatibility list, 31
Components of the product
SCALANCE X408-2, 43
SCALANCE X414-3E, 34
Connectors
Digital Inputs, 95
Fiber-optic cables, 101
Power supply, 93
Signaling contact, 94
Twisted pair cables, 97
Connectors
Power supply, 93
Cover
SCALANCE X414-3E, 64
Covers
SCALANCE X408-2, 69
C-PLUG, 62
CPU module, 36, 39
D
DI module, 38
Dummy cover
SCALANCE X408-2, 72
SCALANCE X414-3E, 69
Gigabit media module MM492-2, 54
Gigabit media module MM492-2ELH, 56
Gigabit media module MM492-2LD, 55
Gigabit media module MM492-2LH, 55
Gigabit media module MM492-2LH+, 56
H
HSR, 22
I
Installation, 77
Basic device, 76
IE FC RJ-45 Plug 180, 103
Media module, 80
Media module extender, 87
Installation
Twisted pair extender, 83
L
LED display
CPU module, 116
Power module, 115
M
E
EMC directive, 123
Ethernet switches, 11
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Media modules, 48
Media redundancy, 20, 22
Media redundancy methods, 20, 23
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MRP, 20
Multimode fiber-optic cable, 100
N
Network topologies, 11
Linear structure, 12
Redundant coupling of two network segments, 23
Ring with redundancy manager, 16
Star structure, 13
Node localization, 122
Transmission rate, 27
U
Uninstalling, 79
Basic device, 77
Media module, 81
Media module extender, 91
Twisted pair extender, 86
P
Polarity reversal protection, 93, 94
Port status
DMode A, 118
DMode B, 118
DMode C, 119
DMode D, 120
Ports
SCALANCE X408-2, 47
SCALANCE X414-3E, 40
Power module, 35, 36
R
Redundancy manager, 16, 20
Replacing a device, 105
S
SELECT / SET button, 112
Selecting the display modes, 114
Signaling contact, 37
Single mode, 12
Single mode fiber-optic cable, 100
Slot number, 105
Slots
SCALANCE X414-3E, 35
Startup behavior, 114
T
Transmission medium, 29
Multimode fiber-optic cable, 29
Single mode fiber-optic cable, 29
Transmission mode, 27
Full duplex, 28
Half duplex, 28
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