Siemens DataNET Hub (DNH) User`s manual

User’s Manual Edition 1/2007
ADVANCE DATANET
HUB (DNH)
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ces
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GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY
Advance DataNET
Hub (DNH)
Revised Printing – January 2007
User’s Manual
2000585-001
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1:
Preface
Technical Support
Safety Practices and Precautions
iii
iv
v
Introduction
1
1
4
6
Overview
DataNET Hub Operations
DataNET Hub Specifications
Chapter 2:
Installation
Overview
Unpacking and Inspection
Wall or Rack Mounting Installation
Site Wiring Requirements
CE Installations
Wiring Connections
AC Power (Mains) Connections
DataNET Copper Connections
DataNET Hub Signal Equalizer Board
Signal Equalizer Board with Generic Cable
DataNET Fiber Optic Connections
Ethernet Connections
Chapter 3:
Data Communications Setup
Configuring Your PC
Establishing a Connection
Setting Network Address
Assigning an IP Address
Firmware Updates
System Status LEDs
Troubleshooting
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47
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Table of Contents • i
Table of Contents, Continued
Chapter 4:
Chapter 5:
ii • Table of Contents
Command Summary
Command Descriptions
69
69
Parts Catalog
85
Introduction
Available Parts
85
86
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Preface
Audience & Purpose
This manual is intended to introduce users to the Advance DataNET Hub
(DNH). It includes complete instructions for safe and proper installation
of the DNH by installation personnel.
Chapter Contents
The manual provides the following information:
Topic
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Introduction
1
Installation
15
Data Communications Setup
47
Command Summary
69
Parts Catalog
85
Preface • iii
Technical Support
Contacts for Help
Siemens provides support for the Maxum System worldwide. Contact information is provided on all
Siemens products at the websites noted below.
This page provides contact information for Maxum System technical support, training, spare parts, and
field service callout. Worldwide e-mail requests can be submitted 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Service contracts can be established for direct remote phone service for products or for regular field
service visits to the site.
When the analyzer is mounted and all of the connections are made, a specialist can be sent to assist
you in starting up the equipment and preparing it for use. To schedule, contact Customer Service.
To Contact Us:
Siemens AG
A&D PI 2 MIS Process Analytics
Oestliche Rheinbrueckenstr. 50
76187 Karlsruhe
Germany
Tel:
Fax:
E-mail:
+49 721 595 4234
+49 721 595 6375
processanalytics@siemens.com
Siemens Energy & Automation, Inc.
7101 Hollister Road
Houston, TX 77040
USA
Tel:
Fax:
E-mail:
+1 713 939 7400
+1 713 939 9050
saasales.sea@siemens.com
Siemens Pte. Limited
A&D PI 2 Regional Headquarters
The Siemens Center
60 MacPherson Road
Singapore 348615
Tel:
Fax:
E-mail:
+65 6490 8702
+65 6490 8703
splanalytics.sgp@siemens.com
www.usa.siemens.com/ia
www.siemens.com/processanalytics
Training
Tel:
+49 721 595 4035
E-mail: carmen.stumpf@siemens.com
Spares
Tel:
+49 721 595 4288
E-mail: hans-peter.schaefer@siemens.com
Support
Tel:
E-mail:
+49 721 595 7216
niko.benas@siemens.com
www.siemens.com/processanalytics
Training
Tel:
+1 800 448 8224 (USA)
Tel.
+1 918 662 7030 (International)
E-mail: saatraining.sea@siemens.com
Siemens Industrial Automation
Shanghai
Spares
Tel:
+1 800 448 8224 (USA)
Tel:
+1 918 662 7030 (International)
Fax:
+1 918 662 7482
E-mail: saaspareparts2z.sea@siemens.com
Siemens Process Analytics Ltd., Shanghai
PI and Analytics Technical Service Center
12 workshops, 175 XiMaoJing Road
Export Processing Zone, SongJiang
Shanghai, 201611
Peoples Republic of China
Support
Tel:
Tel:
E-mail:
Tel:
Fax:
E-mail:
+1 800 448 8224 (USA)
+1 918 662 7030 (International)
saasupport.sea@siemens.com
+86-21-5774 9977
+86-21-6774 7181
pipaservice@siemens.com
www.ad.siemens.com.cn
Before You Call
When contacting Siemens Customer Service for installation technical assistance, the user will need to
provide the unit serial number and a detailed description of the problem.
Indicate the installation problem encountered and provide any other information that will aid the customer
service representative in correcting the problem.
iv • Preface
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Safety Practices and Precautions
Safety First
This product has been designed and tested in accordance with IEC
Publication 1010-1, Safety Requirements for Electronic Measuring
Apparatus, and has been supplied in a safe condition. This manual
contains information and warnings, which have to be followed by the
user to ensure safe operation and to retain the product in a safe
condition.
Terms in This Manual
WARNING statements identify conditions or practices that could result in
personal injury or loss of life.
CAUTION statements identify conditions or practices that could result in
damage to the equipment or other property.
Terms as Marked on
Equipment
DANGER indicates a personal injury hazard immediately accessible as
one reads the markings.
CAUTION indicates a personal injury hazard not immediately accessible
as one reads the markings, or a hazard to property, including the
equipment itself.
Symbols in This
Manual
This symbol indicates where applicable cautionary or other
information is to be found.
Symbols Marked on
Equipment
DANGER - High voltage
Protective ground (earth) terminal
ATTENTION - Refer to Manual
Grounding the
Product
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A grounding conductor should be connected to the grounding terminal
before any other connections are made.
Safety Practices and Precautions • v
Safety Practices and Precautions, Continued
Correct Operating
Voltage
Before switching on the power, check that the operating voltage listed on
the equipment nameplate agrees with the available line voltage.
DANGER Arising
from Loss of Ground
Any interruption of the grounding conductor inside or outside the
equipment or loose connection of the grounding conductor can result in a
dangerous unit. Intentional interruption of the grounding conductor is not
permitted.
Safe Equipment
If it is determined that the equipment cannot be operated safely, it should
be taken out of operation and secured against unintentional usage.
Use the Proper Fuse
To avoid fire hazard, use only a fuse of the correct type, voltage rating
and current rating as specified in the parts list for your product. Use of
repaired fuses or short-circuiting of the fuse switch is not permitted.
Safety Guidelines
DO NOT open the equipment to perform any adjustments,
measurements, maintenance, parts replacement or repairs until all power
supplies have been disconnected.
Only a properly trained technician should work on any equipment with
power still applied.
When opening covers or removing parts, exercise extreme care since
"live parts or connections can be exposed".
Capacitors in the equipment can retain their charge even after the unit
has been disconnected from all power supplies.
vi • Safety Practices and Precautions
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Chapter 1
Introduction
Overview
Description
The Advance DataNET Hub (DNH) functions as a communication router
on an Advance Communications System (ACS) network. The DNH is a
fully redundant unit with dual electronics and with dual power supplies.
The electronics are certified for use in NEC Division 2 and IEC (Cenelec)
Zone 2 hazardous locations.
Dual Hub Modules
The dual hub modules (designated DataNET ‘A’ Hub or DataNET ‘B’
Hub) are connected via a serial cross-link cable. The wiring of the serial
cross-link cable determines which is the ‘A’ Hub.
HUB ‘A’
HUB ‘B’
I/O Ports
The DNH brings flexibility to the ACS with its eight DataNET downlink
ports, one Ethernet 10BaseT port for interconnecting of DataNET or
Ethernet segments and one uplink port. With its uplink port, the DNH can
be used to connect DNHs together to expand the ACS network, or the
DNH can be used as an interface to an Advance Network Gateway unit.
The DataNET ports can accept copper and/or fiber optic cables. In Data
Hiway installations the DNH can use the existing Data Hiway cables.
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Introduction • 1
Overview, Continued
The Advance DataNET Hub (DNH) is available in three package
configurations:
Package
Configurations
•
19-inch Rack Unit (Figure 1-5)
•
Wall Mount Unit (Figure 1-6)
•
Zone 1 Wall Mount Unit (Figure 1-7)
The Advance Communications System (ACS) is a high-speed
communications system that uses TCP/IP protocols and addressing to
interconnect chromatographs and other process analyzers in a common
network. Figure 1-1 shows the DNH, Advance Network Access Unit
(NAU) and Advance Network Gateway (ANG) connected to the ACS.
The NAU connects to the ACS and provides a method to access
information coming from Advance process analyzers including Maxum
and Advance Optichrom GC’s. The ANG is used to connect Siemens
equipment residing on an Advance Data Hiway to the ACS.
Advance
Communications
System
Figure 1-1: Advance
Communications System
(ACS)
NAU
Advance Network
Acess Unit
AA
Applied Aut oma tion
Workstation
DNH
Advance DataNET
Hub
AA
Applied Aut oma tion
APC 7.0
PCI
AA Applied Aut oma tion
AA
AA
ANG
Advance Network
Gateway
Advance Maxum
AA Applied Aut oma tion
Advance Maxum
IOU(s)
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Overview, Continued
A network of DataNET hubs forms a tree-like hierarchy. A DNH may
connect to as many as eight “down-stream” devices (Maxum Analyzers
or Advance Hub Uplink port). Each down-stream DNH, in turn, connects
to another eight, and so on. No architectural limit is placed on the depth
of the DataNET hub hierarchy. In practice, propagation time
considerations and hub loading should allow hierarchies at least six or
seven layers deep without incurring excessive timing delays.
DataNET Hub
Hierarchy
Figure 1-2: DataNET Hub
Hierarchy
DataNET hub
Ethernet
DataNET hub
DataNET hub
DataNET hub
DataNET hub
DataNET hub
G
DataNET hub
DataNET hub
Ethernet Bridging
Figure 1-3 illustrates two separate trees of DataNET hubs that share an
Ethernet segment.
A hub can also connect to-and-from an Ethernet device or an Ethernet
compatible Advance Network Gateway (ANG) unit or to and from a nonredundant Ethernet connection. A tree of DataNET hubs can function as
an Ethernet bridge, transparently connecting all the Ethernet segments
that are attached at any point on the hierarchy. The DataNET hub
software does not implement any software protocols (e.g. IEEE 802.1
spanning tree) to prevent routing loops. Thus, each tree of DataNET
hubs may connect to any Ethernet segment at exactly one point. Multiple
DataNET trees may share Ethernet links.
Figure 1-3: Ethernet
Bridging
Ethernet
DataNET hub
Ethernet
DataNET hub
DataNET hub
DataNET hub
Ethernet
DataNET hub
Ethernet
DataNET hub
DataNET hub
DataNET hub
DataNET hub
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Introduction • 3
DataNET Hub Operation
DNH Links
Figure 1-4 shows the individual links that connect three DataNET hubs
and several end devices.
The inter-hub links travel across twisted-pair copper or fiber-optic cables.
The link data rate is 2.048Mbps for both cables. The DataNET hub
software auto-detects the type of medium used on each DataNET port,
and configures the hub accordingly.
Each connection between a DataNET Hub (DNH) and another device
consists of two links. One link connects to the DNH ‘A’ Hub, and one link
connects to DNH ‘B’ Hub. Both links can carry network traffic in normal
operation. In the event that one link becomes unusable for any reason,
the DNH will transparently and automatically re-route traffic on the
remaining redundant link.
Figure 1-4: DNH Links
Ethernet
Ethernet
A
B
DataNET
DataNET
A
B
DataNET
DataNET
Ethernet
DNH and Maxum Com
Boards
4 • Introduction
A
B
DataNET
DataNET
An Advance Network Gateway or Maxum Analyzer that has an Advance
Network Communication Board/DataNET (ANCB/DN) can connect to a
DataNET hub via any of the eight down-stream ports. The ANCB/DN
within these devices functions identically to a DNH.
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DataNET Hub Operation, Continued
DataNET Switching
DataNET switching operates by dynamically and automatically learning
the topology of the network (i.e., which MAC/IP addresses are reachable
through which paths) as Ethernet frames are forwarded through the
network. The DataNET hubs require no static initialization of network
data in order to perform their switching function.
Each DNH can learn as many as 1200 IP addresses. This allows the hub
to accommodate up to 1000 instruments (analyzers, etc.), and still be
able to switch frames from another 200 devices (workstations, etc.).
DataNET switching accommodates any Ethernet-encapsulated protocol.
The hub will also “snoop” IP data grams (RFC 894) and ARP messages
(RFC 826) to learn the locations of all devices using IP.
Definitions
Transparency
•
MAC Address (Media Access Control). The “built-in” hardware
address of a device connected to a shared media.
•
IP Address is a 32-bit address defined by the Internet Protocol. It is
usually represented in dotted decimal notation. Present address is
127.236.032.239
DataNET hubs operate as layer 2 Ethernet bridges. That is, hubs will
forward frames among connected Ethernet segments and DataNET
devices regardless of the upper layer protocols carried in those frames.
In the absence of hardware failures or network overload, the hub
software will deliver each Ethernet frame to its intended destination (all
stations in the case of Ethernet broadcasts) in order and without
duplication. In normal operation, the network may deliver frames to
additional destinations (i.e., to stations whose MAC addresses do not
match the frames’ destination address). End devices must be prepared
to receive and ignore frames whose destination addresses do not match
their own MAC addresses.
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Introduction • 5
DataNET Hub Specifications
Dimensions
Rack Mounted Package Configuration
See Figure 1-5 for Outline Drawing and Dimensions
Wall-Mounted Package Configuration
See Figure 1-6 for Outline Drawing and Dimensions
Zone 1 - Wall-Mounted Package Configuration
See Figure 1-7 for Outline Drawing and Dimension
Housing, Explosion Protection,
Ratings and Certifications
Wall Mounted Configuration
NEMA 3 (IP-54)
CSA Certified for Class I, Division 2, Group A, B, C, D
CENELEC non-Ex
(Air purge is not required for fire protection as indicated; however, the
unit may be air purged, if desired, for additional protection from
environmental elements.)
Rack Mounted Configuration
NEMA 2 (IP-20)
CSA Certified for Class I, Division 2, Group A, B, C, D
CENELEC non-Ex
Zone 1 Configurations
CENELEC approved EEx d IIC T6 Cortem CCA-04 enclosure
Electromagnetic and Radio Frequency Compatibility and Electrical
Safety
CE Compliance; certified to 89/336/ECC (EMC directive)
CE Compliance; certified to 73/23/EEC (Low Voltage directive)
Tested per EN 61010-1 / IEC 1010-1
Housing Materials and Colors
Stainless steel (1.4016); Front and top are commercial gray B
(RAL 7043), housing is light gray (RAL 7035)
Weight
Rack/Wall:
Zone 1:
6 • Introduction
15 kg (35 pounds) approximately
33 kg (73 pounds)
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DataNET Hub Specifications, Continued
Ambient Installation
Conditions
Operation: -18° to +50°C (0° to 122°F)
0-99% relative humidity (non-condensing) maximum
0-75% relative humidity year-round average
(Purge with dry air or nitrogen if required in tropical conditions.)
Must not be exposed to direct sunlight.
Must be protected from rain.
Storage and Transport: -25° to +65°C
Power
Nominal:
Tolerance:
115 VAC / 230 VAC (universal input)
85-140 VAC or 185-250 VAC; 47-63 Hz
300 Watts
Power line protection: G fuse element per IEC 127-2, 4 A rating, slowblow
Power wiring in field made to screw terminals on two part connectors;
16 AWG (1.5 mm) or smaller power wiring is accepted; must conform
to local installation codes and requirements. If conformance to CE
certified installation requirements is required, power cable must be
shielded or installed in conduit.
Dual Hub Communication
Modules
Redundant system consisting of two identical Hub modules. Each
module consists of universal power supply and communications
electronics and nine DataNET port connections.
Protocol and Addressing
Open Systems standard TCP/IP protocol and addressing
(Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol); Full Class A, B and
C addresses and subnet masking supported.
Uplink Port Connections
1 Uplink Port Cable or Fiber Optic Port Connection
• Two part connectors with screw-terminals provided for cable
connection
• Fiber Optic Coupler for Fiber Optic Connections
Downlink Connections
8 Downlink Cable or Fiber Optic Port Connections
• Two part connectors with screw-terminals provided for cable
connection
• Fiber Optic Coupler for Fiber Optic Connections
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Introduction • 7
DataNET Hub Specifications, Continued
DataNET Option, Standard
Cable
•
•
•
•
DataNET Option, Fiber Optic
Cable
•
•
•
•
Cable connection by Belden 9182 (single pair) or Belden
SSD1743 (two pairs) or equivalent; two pairs of wires are
required to support redundancy
Two pairs of cable is required to support redundancy
Shielded cable or unshielded cable in conduit is required for
conformance to CE certified installation
Two part connectors with screw-terminals provided for field
connection
Fiber optics connection by 62.5 multi-mode cable corresponding
to 10BaseFL Ethernet specification
Two pairs of fibers are required to support redundancy
Type ST mating connectors provided for field connection
Approximately 3 mbps base transmission rate; uses dedicated
transmission technique that does not require collision detection to
achieve high data throughput efficiency
Fiber Optic Coupler
Two (Tx, Rx) ST-Style Connectors
Ethernet Option
Each Hub half has an Ethernet connector but only the ‘A’ Hub half is
active.
• Cable connection by 10BaseT (twisted pair) AT&T D-inside wire
(DIW & PDS, IBM Type 3, Category 3 or 5 data) cable
• Shielded cable or unshielded cable in conduit is required for
conformance to CE certified installation
• 8-pin RJ-45 connector (female) provided
• 10 mbps standard Ethernet
• Maximum length to adapter concentrator/hub 100m (328 ft)
Serial Port
•
8 • Introduction
Standard RS-232 port for attachment of a laptop computer, for
configuring DNH IP Addresses and troubleshooting.
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DataNET Hub Specifications, Continued
The Table below compares key communication features between using
Advance Data Hiway, Ethernet, or DataNET.
Communication
Comparisons
Feature
Advance Data Hiway
Ethernet
DataNET
Speed
14.2 KB/Sec
10 M baud
2. 048 M baud
Redundant
Yes
No
Yes
Number of Units in
Maxum System
248
1200
1200
DataNET Cable
The following Table should be used when evaluating or selecting cable
for an existing or new DataNET installation.
Cable Type
Vendors & P/N
Installation Notes
Fiber Optic
SEA P/N 1270002-002
MM 62.5/125; 2 Fiber Conductors
Industry Available from
Multiple Vendors
New Installation as an
alternative to copper cable
2- Conductor Copper Wire
SEA P/N 1686002-001
Belden P/N 9182
for
Belden Armored Cable
order
SEA P/N 1680000-002
4-Conductor Copper Wire
SEA P/N 1681000-003
Belden P/N SSD1743
Max distance from Analyzer
to Hub or between Hubs
1520 meters (5000 ft)
Recommended for Single
Channel
Max distance from Analyzer
to Hub or between Hubs
1520 meters (5000 ft)
Recommended for Dual
Channel
Max distance from Analyzer
to Hub or between Hubs
1520 meters (5000 ft)
Ethernet Cat 5 Unshielded Twisted
pair (UTP)
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SEA P/N 1681003-006
Industry Available from
Multiple Vendors
Recommended for short
distances or within shelters.
Max distance from analyzer
to hub or between hubs 600
meters (2000 ft)
Introduction • 9
DataNET Hub Specifications, Continued
Figure 1-5: Rack Mount
Dimensions
Dimension Table
10 • Introduction
Figure 1-3
Description
U.S.
Inches
Metric
mm
A
Rack Height
6.97
177
B
Rack Total Width
19
483
C
Rack Mounting Holes Spacing
18.43
468
D
Rack Depth Case Only
16.26
413
E
Rack Handle
6.83
174
F
Rack Depth with Handles
17.63
448
G
Case Width
17.32
440
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DataNET Hub Specifications, Continued
Figure 1-6: Wall Mount
Dimensions
Dimension Table
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Figure 1-4
Description
U.S.
Inches
Metric
mm
A
Wall Width
17.48
444
B
Wall Mount Holes Horizontal Spacing
15.59
396
C
Wall Mount Holes Vertical Spacing
17.72
450
D
Wall Height Including Cable Housing
24.04
611
E
Wall Height w/o Cable Housing
16.32
415
F
Wall Mount Total Depth
7.81
199
G
Wall Mount Depth Case Only
6.91
176
Introduction • 11
DataNET Hub Specifications, Continued
Figure 1-7: Zone 1 – Wall
Mount
R
c/l
K
0
P
BOTTOM
B
C
E
Q
D
c/l
A
J
I
H
F
Q
FRONT
G
RIGHT
O
N
LEFT
P
M
c/l
K
L
S
T
TOP
Dimension Table
Figure 1-7
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
Description
Overall enclosure height
Overall enclosure width
Overall enclosure depth from wall mounting
Vertical distance between wall mounting holes
Horizontal distance between wall mounting holes
Clearance of wall mounting holes
Distance from wall to front cable entry hole (left and right)
Distance from wall to back cable entry hole (left and right)
Spacing between holes on sides (left and right)
Spacing from center line to outer hole on side (left and right)
Spacing from wall to back cable entry hole (top and bottom)
12 • Introduction
Metric
(mm)
523
431
271
481
390
20
120
76
76
153
76
U.S. (inches)
20 9/16
16 15/16
10 11/16
19
15 3/8
13/16
4 3/4
3
3
6
3
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DataNET Hub Specifications, Continued
Figure 1-7: Zone 1 – Wall
Mount Dimension Table
continued
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
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Spacing from wall to front cable entry hole (top and bottom)
Spacing between front cable entry holes (top)
Spacing between center line and outer cable entry hole (top)
Spacing between center line and outer cable entry hole (top
and bottom)
Spacing between rear cable entry holes (top and bottom)
9 threaded cable entry holes each on left and right sides
2 threaded cable entry holes on bottom
2 threaded cable entry holes on top
2 threaded cable entry holes on top
127
102
102
51
5
4
4
2
102
M25 x 1.5
M25 x 1.5
4
1-1/4 x 11 NPT
3/4 x 14 NPT
Introduction • 13
Chapter 2
Installation
Overview
Introduction
This chapter is intended for installation personnel. After completing the
procedures in this chapter the Advance DataNET Hub (DNH) will be
ready for operation. To ensure a safe and trouble free installation, follow
all procedures and associated advisory information.
WARNING
Ensure that all AC Power (Mains) Specification requirements and
advisories are met. Failure to do so, and operating the equipment in a
manner not specified, may impair the safety protection provided by the
equipment.
Installation Overview
Before beginning the installation process read through this Chapter to
familiarize you with the installations requirements. This will aid you to
ensure a safe and trouble free installation.
Topic
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See Page
Unpacking and Inspection
16
Wall or Rack Mounting Installation
17
Site Wiring Requirements
19
CE Installations
23
Wiring Connections
25
AC Power (Mains) Connections
26
DataNET Copper Connections
29
DataNET Hub Signal Equalizer Board
34
Hub Signal Equalizer Board with Generic Cable
37
DataNET Fiber Optic Connections
42
Ethernet Connections
44
Installation • 15
Unpacking and Inspection
Description
This section provides the steps to follow when receiving and unpacking
the Advance DataNET Hub (DNH).
Receipt of DNH
When DNH is received, examine the shipping container for evidence of
external damage. Outside damage may be an indicator of damage to the
DNH. Record any external damage.
Unpacking
Open the carton containing the DNH and remove all packing material.
Carefully remove the unit from the carton and inspect it for damage that
may have occurred during transportation. Carefully examine shipped
contents with those listed on the Bill of Lading. All items should match
those on the Bill of Lading.
Perform the following inspections:
•
•
•
•
•
Reporting Damage
Inspect DNH exterior for dents, chipped paint, scratches etc.
Open DNH hinged top cover and visually inspect interior mounted
assemblies, and connectors.
If DNH is to be rack or wall mounted, be certain the proper mounting
hardware is provided.
Inspect all field wiring connectors and switches. There must not be
any damage to these connectors or switches.
Check internal power supply(s) for damage.
If there is any evidence of damage to the shipping carton or the DNH,
notify the carrier and your local Siemens Energy & Automation, Inc.
representative. Keep all shipping materials as evidence of damage for
carrier’s inspection. Immediately contact your Siemens representative
who will arrange for immediate repair or replacement. The Customer
Service department can be contacted as follows:
In the United States: (800) 448-8224
Internationally: 001-918-662-7030
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Wall or Rack Mounting Installation
Instructions
The Advance DataNET Hub should be:
•
•
•
Package
Configurations
Installed in a location that is free from shock and vibration.
Protected from direct sunlight and extremes of temperature.
It is recommended that the DNH be mounted within a shelter. This
prevents DNH from being exposed to outside environmental
conditions.
The unit is designed for standard wall or Zone 1 wall installations, or 19inch rack installations; see Chapter 1, Figures 1-5, 1-6 and 1-7. Shown
below is a typical wall mount installation for NEC Division 2 or non-rated
areas. The photo shows the unit wall mounted in an analyzer house.
Note that the AC Power (Mains) breaker is located in close proximity of
the unit. Also note the I/O connections to the DNH.
AC BREAKER
PROTECTION
POWER & DNH
CABLE OR WIRING
CONNECTIONS
Wall Mounting
The mounting wall must be capable of supporting the weight of the unit;
see Chapter 1., Specifications and Figures 1-6 and 1-7.
Wall Mount Installation: Use four, 5/16-inch (M8) or 3/8-inch (M10) lag
bolts to mount the unit to the wall. Mounting bolts must be secured to
solid wall construction members such as studs and into the wall only.
Allow adequate clearance on the left side to allow the door to swing
open.
Zone 1 Wall Mount Installation: Use four, ¾-inch (M20) lag bolts to
mount the NAU to the wall. Mounting bolts must be secured to solid wall
construction members such as studs and into the wall only.
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Wall or Rack Mounting Installation, Continued
Rack Mounting
The DNH rack mount configuration is designed for a standard 19-inch
cabinet. The cabinet should have at least seven inches of vertical space
for mounting the DNH. See Figure 1-5 for minimum width and depth
mounting dimensions.
CE Installations
For installation sites that must conform to CE (Conformite European)
Certification see page 23, CE Installations.
Wiring Requirements
The wiring routing and entry requirements for the DNH are dependent
upon the site requirements; see page 19, Site Wiring Requirements:
18 • Installation
•
CE (Conformite European) Certified Area; see Page 23
•
NEC Division 2 or Non-Hazardous Areas
•
Cenelec Zone 1 or Zone 2 Areas
•
Rack Mounting Non-Hazardous Area.
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Site Wiring Requirements
Description
Wiring of Power to
DataNET HUB
How you wire to the DNH is dependent upon the site requirements:
•
CE (Conformite European) Certified Areas
•
NEC Division 2 or Non-Hazardous Areas
•
Cenelec Zone 1 or Zone 2 Areas
•
Rack Mounting Non-Hazardous Area
The installation should have a power disconnect external to HUB
enclosure.
No voltage dependent selections need to be made on the HUB power
supply, as it has a universal input.
CE Installations
See Page 23, CE Installations.
NEC Div 1, Div 2 or Non
Rated Areas
Use Metal Conduit wiring method.
Conductor type: Power cable sized for circuit protection chosen.
Cenelec Zone 1 or Zone 2
Rated Areas
Use Cable Gland wiring method:
Conductor type: Power cable sized for circuit protection chosen, and
must be shielded.
Non-Rated Areas or Rack
Mounting
Use Metal Conduit wiring method.
Conductor type: Power cable sized for circuit protection chosen.
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Site Wiring Requirements, Continued
DataNET Channels
The DataNET channel connections can be either copper wire or fiber
optic cable. The wiring method and cable type for DataNET is dependent
upon the site requirements. For cable requirements see Table 2-1.
Table 2-1:
Recommended DataNET
Cable
The following Table should be used when evaluating or selecting cable
for an existing or new DataNET installation.
Cable Type
Vendors & P/N
Installation Notes
Fiber Optic
SEA P/N 1270002-002
MM 62.5/125; 2 Fiber
Conductors
Industry Available from
Multiple Vendors
New Installation as an
alternative to copper
cable
Max distance from
Analyzer to Hub or
between Hubs 1520
meters (5000 ft)
2- Conductor Copper
Wire
4-Conductor Copper
Wire
SEA P/N 1686002-001
Belden P/N 9182
for
Belden Armored Cable
order
SEA P/N 1680000-002
SEA P/N 1681000-003
Belden P/N SSD1743
Recommended for
Single Channel
Max distance from
Analyzer to Hub or
between Hubs 1520
meters (5000 ft)
Recommended for Dual
Channel
Max distance from
Analyzer to Hub or
between Hubs 1520
meters (5000 ft)
Ethernet Cat 5
Unshielded Twisted
pair (UTP)
SEA P/N 1681003-006
Industry Available from
Multiple Vendors
Recommended for
short distances or
within shelters.
Max distance from
analyzer to hub or
between hubs 600
meters (2000 ft)
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Site Wiring Requirements, Continued
Copper Wire Site
Requirements
The following information pertains when using copper wire.
CE Installations
See Page 18, CE Installations
NEC Div 2 or NonHazardous Rated Areas
Use approved Conduit wiring method. Conduit may contain multiple
cables. Adhere to all Federal and local electrical code requirements.
Cable Type: Refer to Table 2-1.
Cenelec Zone 1 or Zone 2
Rated Areas
Use Cable Gland wiring method. Each cable gland allows entry of one
cable.
Cable Type: Recommend Belden 9182 or armored Belden 9182 or
equivalent. The proper cable gland must be used to connect the armor or
shield to the HUB enclosure. Other cables with individually shielded pairs
can be used, but decreased distance is allowed (typically ~800-1000 feet
for typical instrumentation cable).
Non-Hazardous Areas or
Rack Mounting
Use approved flexible non-metallic conduit wiring method. Conduit may
contain multiple cables. For CE installations use only cable gland wiring
method.
Cable Type: Recommend Belden 9182 or equivalent. Other cables with
individually shielded pairs can be used, but decreased distance is
allowed (typically ~800-1000 feet for typical instrumentation cable).
DataNET Fiber Optic
Cable Connections
The DataNET channel connections can be either copper wire or fiber
optic cable. The wiring method and cable type for DataNET is dependent
upon the site requirements. The following pertains when using copper
wire.
CE Installations
See Page 18, CE Installations
NEC Div 2 or NonHazardous Areas
Use approved Conduit wiring method. Conduit may contain multiple
cables. Adhere to all Federal and local electrical code requirements.
Cable Type: Duplex fiber, 62.5/125 micron; see Table 2-1.
Connection: Type ST fiber connectors. Connect these to the appropriate
transmitter and receiver ports for the respective channel.
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Site Wiring Requirements, Continued
Cenelec Zone 1 or Zone 2
Rated Areas
Use Cable Gland wiring method. Each cable gland allows entry of one
duplex fiber cable.
Cable Type: Duplex fiber, 62.5/125 micron.
Connections: Type ST fiber connectors. Connect these to the
appropriate transmitter and receiver ports for the respective channel.
Non-Hazardous Areas or
Rack Mounting
Use approved flexible non-metallic conduit. Conduit may contain multiple
cables. This method is suitable for CE installations.
Cable Type: Duplex fiber, 62.5/125 micron.
Connection: Type ST fiber connectors. Connect these to the appropriate
transmitter and receiver ports for the respective channel.
Ethernet
Communication Links
The wiring method and cable type is dependent upon the site
requirements.
CE Installations
See Page 23,CE Installations
NEC Div 2 or NonHazardous Areas
Use approved Metal Conduit wiring method. Conduit may contain
multiple cables. Adhere to all Federal and local electrical code
requirements.
Cable Type: Use non-shielded Category 5 cable, see Table 2-1.
Connection: Connect to RJ-45 connector on ‘A’ HUB –half board (left
one in wall mount enclosure, left one in rack mount unit as faced from
front of unit.)
Cenelec Zone 1 or Zone 2
Rated Areas
Use Cable Gland wiring method:
Cable Type: Use shielded Category 5 cable and connectors.
Connection: Connect to RJ-45 connector on ‘A’ HUB –half board (left
one in wall mount enclosure, left one in rack mount unit as faced from
front of unit). Connect the shield to the cable gland ring.
Non-Hazardous Areas or
Rack Mounting
Use approved Non-metallic conduit wiring method.
Cable Type: Use unshielded Category 5 cable and connectors, see
Table 2-1.
Connection: RJ-45 connector on ‘A’ HUB (left one in wall mount
enclosure, left one in rack mount unit as faced from front of unit.)
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CE Installations
Description
This section should be used for installation sites that must conform to CE
(Conformite European) Certification. Typically, this does not apply to
installations outside the EC unless the equipment was purchased with
the explicit requirements and expectations that it shall conform to EC
Electromagnetic and Radio Frequency Interference (EMI/RFI) rejection
specifications.
CE Installation Kit
Available from Siemens is CE Installation Kit P/N 2020264-001. This kit
has all the parts for all the installations referenced in this section.
Instructions
The following information pertains to CE Installation of General Purpose,
Zone 1 and Division 2 Equipment. For Zone 1 Installations, all cabling is
terminated in the DNH Zone 1 Enclosure.
Installation with Metallic
Conduit
The preferred method is to route the field wiring in metallic conduit. If
metallic conduit is used, unshielded power and signal wires can be used.
The power and signal wires (DataNET or Ethernet) must be routed in
separate conduit.
Using flexible conduit and/or armored cable is equivalent to using “steel
conduit”. Flexible conduit or armored cable must have its flexible conduit
and/or armoring conductivity 360-degree terminated at its entry to the
DNH enclosure (or bulkhead).
Installation without
Metallic Conduit
If conduit is not used, the following installation practices must be used to
ensure that the CE certification remains valid:
1. A shielded power cord or cable must be used for the input power
wiring. The shield must be terminated at the DNH in a 360-degree
termination at the enclosure (bulkhead); use P/N 2015729-001
contained in the CE Installation Kit or an equivalent part. For Zone 1
Installation use P/N 1311001-014 Installation Kit.
2. The DataNET copper cables shields must be terminated in a 360degree termination at the enclosure (or bulkhead; use P/N 2015729001 contained in the CE Installation Kit or an equivalent part). For
Zone 1 Installation, use P/N 13111001-014 Installation Kit.
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Installation • 23
CE Installations, Continued
3. A split ferrite filter must be clamped to DataNET copper wire and
fixed immediately to the outside of the DNH; use part number
1173000-013 ferrite contained in the CE Installation Kit. This is
required to meet the Conducted Immunity requirement for CE/EMC
Heavy Industrial. All other CE/EMC Heavy Industrial requirements
are met without the use of a ferrite clamp.
4. Shielded Ethernet cable must be used for all Ethernet connections,
in and outside the GC, and coupled through the enclosure using a
shielded RJ-45 coupler; use part number 1183200-003 contained in
the CE Installation Kit. A mounting plate (part number 2020261-001)
is also available to accomplish this. If needed for Zone 1 installation,
part numbers 2017984-001 and 2017985-001 are available to
maintain purge. If a PG gland is used to make the 360-degree
termination of the Ethernet shield at the enclosure, the Installation Kit
and other parts are not required.
24 • Installation
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Wiring Connections
Description
Two removable access plates provide power and I/O entry through the
underside of the DNH. The plates can be punched to accommodate
conduit or cable gland connectors
ACCESS PLATES
Before You Begin
How you route the cable and wire to the DNH is dependent upon the site
requirements. See Site Wiring Requirements (page 19) to determine the
requirements for your site.
All wiring shall conform to the National Electrical Code (NEC) and/or
other national or local code requirements.
Types of Connections
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AC Power (Mains) Connections
26
DataNET Copper Connections
29
DataNET Fiber Optic Connections
42
Ethernet Connections
44
Installation • 25
AC Power (Mains) Connections
DNH Power Supply
Each of the DNH electronic modules has a Power Supply Assembly
located below the DataNET Hub board. Each power supply can accept
inputs from 85-264 VAC, 47-63 Hz without the need for setting switches
or jumpers.
AC INPUT CONNECTOR
Installation Note
Depending upon the user configuration the power supplies can be
connected in parallel and powered from a single power source or each
supply can be powered from two independent power sources. In either
case disconnects must be provided for each input power source.
Before You Begin
The DNH should be installed in a rack or wall mount; see Wall or Rack
Mounting Installation; page 17. How you route the cable and wire to the
DNH is dependent upon the site requirements. See Site Wiring
Requirements (page 19) to determine the requirements for your site.
All wiring shall conform to the National Electrical Code (NEC) and/or
other national or local code requirements.
Instructions
26 • Installation
Step
Action
1.
Shut off the primary AC Power Supply lines to this location.
2.
Open the door of the DNH by loosening the four captive
screws located on each corner; use a 4mm Allen wrench.
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AC Power (Mains) Connections, Continued
Step
3.
Action
Install 15-Ampere circuit breaker, disconnect switches or
receptacles in the incoming power supply lines or two
switched receptacles near the DNH unit. This will ensure
DNH power supplies will be completely separated from
each of the power sources. Label the breakers or receptacle
boxes to make sure that the circuits are clearly identifiable.
Note: For one input power sources only a single breaker
box or switch receptacle is required.
4.
Remove wiring access plates from unit or open safety
connection box if the unit is so equipped. Punch holes as
required for either conduit or cable gland connectors for
both power and I/O lines. Install connectors and replace the
plates.
5.
Route input power, in accordance with pertinent electrical
codes and regulations, to DNH. Use entry holes provided in
step (4).
6.
Locate the AC Power Input connector. To make the AC
connections easier the Power Input Connector comes apart.
Simply loosen the two recessed captive screws, grasp the
top portion of the connector and pull it straight out from the
base connector.
Loosen the top wire retaining screws from the removed
connector. Strip the insulation ¼ -inch back from each of the
input power leads. Insert each lead in the correct location,
and tighten down the retaining screws.
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AC Power (Mains) Connections, Continued
Step
28 • Installation
Action
7.
Plug the connector back into its base and secure the two
recessed captive screws.
8.
If using redundant power supplies repeat steps 6 and 7. If
not, use connecting wires to parallel connect to the other
power supply.
9.
and connect wire
Locate the DNH chassis ground lug
from it to the building’s ground connection.
10.
Inspect all connections for shorts or loose connections.
11.
You are now ready to connect the DataNET channels; go to
page 29.
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DataNET Copper Connections
Description
The DNH consist of two identical hubs in one enclosure. The left side is
usually the DataNET ‘A’ Hub and the right side is the DataNET ‘B’ Hub.
Each hub contains two DataNET Hub boards and power supplies. Figure
2-1 shows the layout of the DataNET Hub board. All port connections are
made to the port connectors located on each communication board.
The DataNET ports can accept copper and/or fiber optic cables. In Data
Hiway installations the DNH can use the existing Data Hiway cables.
A & B Hubs
Only the Ethernet port on the ‘A’ Hub is active. The cable connection
between the two halves determines which is the ‘A’ or ‘B’ Hub half. See
illustration below. A jumper wire visible across pin 1 and pin 2 on the
cable connector (J14) indicates that this side is the ‘A’ Hub half.
‘B’ HUB
JUMPER
PINS 1&2
‘A’ HUB
Before You Begin
CROSS LINK CABLE
1. The wiring method (conduit or cable glands) and cable type you use
for the installation is dependent upon the site requirements. Review
the Site Wiring Requirements. Table 2-1 (page 19) to determine the
requirements for your site.
2. Make a block diagram of your existing or proposed network. The
block diagram should show all devices and the placement of the
DNH. If copper cable is being used, the diagram should show the
estimated cable lengths for each run. This information will be
necessary in determining if any DataNET Hub Signal Equalizer
Boards are required (see page 34).
3. Read through this section to familiarize yourself with port locations,
terminal and jumper assignments, and wiring procedures. Refer to
Figure 2-1 DNH Communication Board Layout.
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DataNET Copper Connections, Continued
See Figure 2-1. Each DataNET Hub board has nine DataNET ports. One
of the DataNET ports is dedicated to ‘uplink’ connections, which will
always be to another DNH. The uplink port (Port 9) is an uplink port while
the other ports (Port 1 through 8) are downlink ports.
DataNET Ports
Note that each of the four Downlink Port connectors contains wiring
connections for two DataNET port channels. The connector row (above
the downlink port connectors) marked Port 9 and Port 1 through Port 8
provides single port connector wiring for each of the eight channels.
These ports are used for making Fiber Optic connections and/or when
using a DataNET Hub Signal Equalizer Board.
Figure 2-1: DNH
Communication Board
Layout
PORT INTERFACE
CONNECTORS
Port Connections
To make wiring easier, all board-mounted connectors are equipped with
a removable plug wiring connector. Simply loosen the plug’s two top
recessed captive screws, grasp the connector and pull it straight out from
its mating connector.
Loosen the top wire retaining screws on the removed connector. Strip
the insulation ¼ -inch back from each of the input leads. Insert each lead
into the correct terminal. Tighten down each wire retaining screw. Plug
the connector back into the board connector and tighten down the two
recessed captive screws
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DataNET Copper Connections, Continued
Cable Impedance
Settings
Behind each single port connector is an associated jumper pin block, see
Figure 2-1. Each block is used to select the termination impedance of its
associated port to match the cable’s own impedance characteristics. The
three selections for each port are 100-ohm, 120-ohm and 150-ohm. Use
the 150-ohm setting for the recommended cable. If the specific cable
impedance is not known use the 100-ohm setting. Select the impedance
setting that matches the cable impedance by placing the shorting jumper
across the selected pins.
DataNET Hub Signal
Equalizer Board
The Hub Signal Equalizer board balances the attenuation of signals
when varying lengths of copper cable connect multiple downlinks from a
HUB. The board plugs into a port connector and is wired to its associated
downlink port. See DataNET Hub Signal Equalizer Board, page 34 for
determining the attenuator board settings.
Using Other than
Recommended Cable
If you are using a cable other then the recommended cable types, the
cable signals for each channel must be measured at the DNH port
connection. These signal measurements are used to determine the
attenuator settings for a DataNET Hub Signal Equalizer Board; see page
34.
Recommended Cable
Refer to Site Wiring Requirements, Table 2-1 (page 19) to determine the
requirements for your site.
Downlink Port
Connections
All downlink connections are made to any of the eight-downlink ports.
When a Signal Equalizer board is used the network wiring must connect
to TB1 on the signal equalizer board.
Important
Always ensure that the same port number is used for redundant channel
connections i.e. Channel A to Port 1 on ‘A’ Hub and Channel B to Port 1
on ‘B’ hub.
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DataNET Copper Connections, Continued
Down Link Wiring with
DataNET Hub Signal
Equalizer Board
Step
Action
1.
Plug the DataNET Hub Signal Equalizer Board into the
selected Port interface connector.
2.
Connect the board’s pig tail leads to the corresponding hub
downlink port channel; red lead to (+) terminal, black lead to
(-) terminal and white lead to Gnd terminal. See Figure 2-1.
Master Port
Connectors
TB15 – TB18
3.
Connect the downlink signal wires to the removable port
connector (TB1) on top of the equalizer board. Positive to
(+) terminal; and Negative to (-) terminal. See Figure 2-1.
GND
-
+
TB1Port
Connector
SW2
SW3
SW1
Board
Connector
.
32 • Installation
4.
If conduit is used the cable shield is only terminated at one
end of the cable. If shield is terminated at this end connect it
to terminal 3 (GND) on board. If using cable gland
connectors, cable gland will always connect the shield to
the chassis.
5.
Set the switches on the board to the correct settings; see
DataNET Hub Signal Equalizer Board Settings page 34.
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DataNET Copper Connections, Continued
Downlink Wiring without
Signal Equalizer Board
Each of the four-downlink connectors (TB15, TB16, TB17, TB18)
contains wring terminals for two downlink ports; see Figure 2-1.
Important
Always ensure that the same port number is used for redundant channel
connections i.e. Channel A to Port 1 on ‘A’ Hub and Channel B to Port 1
on ‘B’ hub.
Step
1.
Action
Connect the downlink signal wires to a hub downlink port.
Positive to (+) terminal; and Negative to (-) terminal.
Master Port
Connectors
TB15 – TB18
2.
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If conduit is used the cable shield is only terminated at one
end of the cable. If shield is terminated at this end connect
this shield to GND terminal. If using cable gland connectors,
cable gland will always connect the shield to the chassis.
Installation • 33
DataNET Hub Signal Equalizer Board
Description
This section sets the switches on the DataNET Hub Signal Equalizer
board. This board is used to equalize the signal amplitude when varying
lengths of copper cable are connected to multiple downlink ports on the
DNH.
Typically the smallest signal on any DNH port is found on the port with
the longest copper cable. Since, Signal Equalizer boards are placed on
ports with signal levels greater than 3 dB the port with the longest cable
does not require a Signal Equalizer board.
Instructions
Recommended Cable
34 • Installation
This procedure determines the attenuator switch settings. When cable
lengths are unknown, or the cable is other than the recommended cable
(Table 2-1), signals must be compared at the Hub to identify which
Equalizer board settings are needed. See page 37.
IF you are using …
THEN go to ...
Recommended Cable
Page 19
Non Recommended Cable or when
Cable Lengths are Unknown
Page 37
Refer to Site Wiring Requirements, Table 2-1 (page 19) to determine the
requirements for your site.
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DataNET Hub Signal Equalizer Board, Continued
Switch Setting for
Unknown Cable
Lengths
When cable lengths are unknown, or the cable is other than the
recommended cable (Table 2-1.), signals must be compared at the Hub
to identify which Equalizer board settings are needed. See page 37.
Switch Settings for
Known Cable Lengths
If the lengths of copper cable exceed those shown in Table 2-2, follow
this procedure. See sample calculations page 36. This procedure will set
switches SW1, SW2 and SW3 on the Signal Equalizer Board.
Step
Action
1.
Measure and record the longest cable run (in Feet)
connected from a device to any HUB port. The longest
cable run does not require a Hub Signal Equalizer board.
2.
Calculate the difference between the longest cable length
and the length of cable connected to the port you wish to
equalize.
3.
Locate the difference in feet in the first column (Feet of
Cable) of Table 2-2.
4.
Identify the correct Selection range in column two of Table
2-4 and set switches SW3, SW2 and SW1.
SW2
SW3
5.
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SW1
Repeat the procedure for each connected port on the Hub
except the longest length that does not have an equalizer
board.
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DataNET Hub Signal Equalizer Board, Continued
Table 2-2: Recommended
Equalizer Board Settings
Sample Calculations
Selection
Ratio
DB
loss
SW1
SW2
SW3
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
1
0
on
on
off
on
on
off
on
on
off
2
1.5
3.5
off
off
on
on
on
off
on
on
off
3
2.2
6.8
on
on
off
off
off
on
on
on
off
4
3
9.4
off
off
on
off
off
on
on
on
off
5
3.5
11
on
on
off
on
on
off
off
off
on
6
4.1
12.3
off
off
on
on
on
off
off
off
on
7
4.8
13.6
on
on
off
off
off
on
off
off
on
8
5.2
14.3
off
off
on
off
off
on
off
off
on
Calculation One:
Assume connections to Port 1 and Port 2 only.
Port 1 cable = 1000 ft. in length
Port 2 cable = 4000 ft. in length (3000 ft. difference)
Result:
Based on Table 2-2 data,
Port 1 requires compensation for 3000 ft. Selection 4 (2500-3500 feet)
Port 2 requires no compensation. Selection 1 (0 dB loss)
Calculation Two:
Assume connections to Port 1, Port 2, and Port 6
Port 6 cable = 5000 feet
Port 1 cable = 1000 ft. (5000 ft. - 1000 ft. = 4000 ft. difference)
Port 2 cable = 4000 ft. (5000 ft. - 4000 ft. = 1000 ft. difference)
Result:
Based on Table 2-2 data,
Port 6 requires no compensation. Selection 1 (0 dB loss)
Port 1 requires compensation for 4000 ft. Selection 6 (3500 - 4500)
Port 2 requires compensation for 1000 ft. Selection 2 (500 - 1500 ft.)
Note that the lengths of Port 1 and Port 2 cable are the same as in
Calculation One, however, with the addition of a longer length for Port 6,
new settings are required for Port 1 and Port 2.
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Signal Equalizer Settings for Non Recommended Cable or Unknown
Cable Lengths
Description
This section is used to set the switches on the DataNET Signal Equalizer
Board. If:
•
•
the type copper cable used for port connections is other than the
recommended cable
the length of the cable runs is not known.
Before You Begin
Read the section on the DataNET Hub Signal Equalizer Board (page 34)
as a prerequisite to this section.
Cable Requirements
When cable lengths are unknown, or the cable is other than the
recommended cable (Table 2-1), signal levels must be measured and
compared to determine the Signal Equalizer board settings.
Signals are compared by measuring the levels at each of the copper
ports and then adjusting the Equalizer board settings to within 3 dB of
the weakest signal.
Signal Measurements
If cable lengths are significantly different or if signals differ by greater
than ~4 dB, you may have to disconnect the cables on the short lengths
to activate the longer cables in order to make a measurement.
TIP
The DataNET HUB should bring up any single copper link independent
of the Equalizer board setting. Failure implies a connection problem or a
cable with excessive loss.
Comparing Signals
The smallest signal (longest cable) is used as the reference. This port
does not need a Signal Equalizer board. Attenuate all other signal levels
greater than 3 dB (1.4 times larger) to a level within 3 dB of the smallest
signal. All signals should be within a range of 0.7 to 1.4 times the
amplitude of each other.
Use one of the two Connection Point options described on the following
pages to measure and evaluate the signal level of the slave device.
Example
dB = 20 log (V(1)/V(2)); (6 dB is factor of 2 difference in amplitude)
V/1 = voltage measured for longest cable run
V/2 = voltage measured for switch setting port cable run
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Signal Equalizer Settings for Non Recommended Cable or Unknown
Cable Lengths, Continued
View Measurements
Signals are viewed with an oscilloscope.
Scope characteristics: 10 MHz bandwidth capable of measurement
sensitivity of 0.2 v/div to 1.0 V/div. A typical two-channel scope can be
employed using the channel 1 - channel 2 capability. Use X10 probes to
reduce the loading of signals.
Option 1:
Connection Point
Connect the two scope probes to the positive and negative terminals of
the HUB Communications board, not the Equalizer board, of the channel
to be measured. Alternatively, a connection can be made to the leads of
the fuses for the selected channel.
•
•
Set time base to ~1 or 2 milliseconds per division.
Observe two sequential signal envelopes of 3-4 millisecond length.
The first signal envelope is the poll from the HUB to the slave device,
and the second is the response back from the slave device. The reading
from the poll should be ~5 volts p-p. The response may be from ~5 volts
p-p (for a short cable with 150 ohm setting) to ~0.75 or 0.8 volts p-p (for
a maximum cable length). Responses from a short cable with 100 ohm
impedance settings are ~4 volts p-p.
If a large amount of common mode line frequency interference is present
the above choice may be unsuitable. In this case, Option 2 is
recommended.
Option 2: Connection
Point
This option observes the signal across the termination resistor for the
selected port.
Using this option, connect the two scope probes across an unused
impedance jumper location. For instance, if the jumper is in the 120-ohm
location, connect the probes on the two pins for the 100-ohm jumper
position. A short adapter cable with a two-positioned socket on one end
simplifies this connection.
Both channels should be ac-coupled to avoid interference from the 2.5
Volts dc common mode level.
Using this method there is only one reading, the response message,
which is seen. Responses may be from ~5 volts p-p (for a short cable
with 150 ohm setting) to ~0.75 or 0.8 volts p-p (for maximum cable
length). Responses from a short cable with 100 ohm impedance settings
are ~4 volts p-p.
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Cable Lengths, Continued
Instructions &
Examples
This procedure is for determining the DataNET Signal Equalizer Board
settings for other than the recommended cable or if the cable run lengths
are unknown.
Step
1.
Action
To determine appropriate settings for attenuator boards,
begin by measuring signal levels at the various ports (use
either Option 1 or 2).
Important
The cables should be removed from all but one port at a time.
This allows the one connected port to come on line and
operate, thus allowing measurement of signal level.
2.
Sequentially go through the ports, and measure and record
the signal level of the response
Example:
Port #
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1
1.6 v p-p
2
1.75 v p-p
4
1.25 v p-p
6
4.8 v p-p
8
4.5 v p-p
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Signal Equalizer Settings for Non Recommended Cable or Unknown
Cable Lengths, Continued
Step
3.
Action
Examine the recorded signal levels and determine the dB
loss for each port; refer to Table 2-2.
Example:
With these signal levels, port 4 is the lowest level, so no
attenuation is required. Its signal level becomes the reference
for comparing the remaining ports’ signal levels.
The next strongest signal is on port 1.
1.6/1.25 = 1.28
20 log 1.28 = 2.1 dB
or
ratio of 1.28
This is within the 3-dB variance allowed, use Selection 1 or 0
dB (ratio 1) setting.
The next strongest signal is on port 2.
1.75/1.25 = 1.4
20 log 1.4 = 2.9 dB
or
ratio of 1.4
Since 2.9 dB meets the 3 dB variance allowed, selection 2
can be used (3.5 dB loss), which will put the level at about 0.6
dB below the signal on port 4.
Next is the signal on port 8.
4.5/1.25 = 3.6
20 log of 3.6 = 11.1 dB
or
ratio of 3.6
Since this signal is 11.1 dB stronger than the signal on port 4,
the attenuator board on port 8 needs to be set to selection 5
(11 dB loss). This should put its signal at about 0.1 dB above
the signal of port 4.
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Cable Lengths, Continued
Step
3. cont
Action
The next strongest signal is on port 6.
4.8/1.25 = 3.84
20 log of 3.84 = 11.7 dB
or
ratio of 3.84
Since this signal is 11.7 dB stronger than the signal on port 4,
the attenuator board on port 6 needs to be set to selection 5
(11 dB loss). This should put this signal at about 0.7 dB
above the signal on port 4. (Selection 6 could also be used
for 12.3 dB loss if several of the other boards had been set
for signals slightly below the port 4-signal level.)
4.
Ensure that the responses on all ports are within 3 dB of each
other.
Example:
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Port #
Resulting signal level
referenced to port 4
1
+ 2.1 dB
2
- 0.6 dB
4
0 dB
6
+ 0.7 dB
8
+ 0.1 dB
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DataNET Fiber Optic Connections
Description
All DataNET Fiber Optic uplink and downlink port connections are made
through the DataNET Fiber Optic Coupler. The coupler PC card plugs
into any of the port interface connectors to provide the same port
flexibility as with copper cable connections; eight DataNET ports, one
uplink port and one Ethernet 10BaseT port for interconnecting of
DataNET or Ethernet segments.
DataNET Fiber Optic
Coupler
The Fiber Optic Coupler converts between electrical signals and optical
signals. The conversion is transparent to the network. Fiber Optic signals
are impervious to distubances caused by electrical interference from
nearby equipment, ground loops, power surges, or nearby lightning
strikes.
A DataNET Fiber Optics Coupler can drive up to 5000 feet of fiber optic
cable.
Before You Begin
1. The wiring method (conduit or cable glands) and cable type you use
for the installation is dependent upon the site requirements. Review
the Site Wiring Requirements (page 19) to determine the
requirements for your site.
2. Refer to Figure 2-1, Communication Board Layout and Figure 2-3.
Wiring Diagram and familiarize yourself with the port locations.
RX & TX Connections
All uplink connections are made to UPLINK port connector and all down
link connections are made to any of the eight single port connectors; see
Figures 2-3.
The DataNET Fiber Optic Couplers uses twist and lock connectors.
Always insure that the TX out on one end of the link is connected to the
RX in at the other end of the link. Some duplex fiber optic cables are
coded to help monitor the direction of data travel. If the fibers are not
coded, special attention must be paid to insure a proper connection.
Important
42 • Installation
Always ensure that the same port number is used for redundant channel
connections i.e. Channel A to Port 1 on ‘A’ Hub and Channel B to Port 1
on ‘B’ hub.
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DataNET Fiber Optic Connections
Fiber Optic Cable
Type
Duplex Fiber, 62.5/125 micron
Port Connections
1. Plug the DataNET Fiber Optic Coupler board into the selected single
Port board connector.
2. Connect the transmitter and receiver ports for the respective
channel.
TX TRANSMIT PORT
RX RECEIVE PORT
PORT INTERFACE
CONNECTOR
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Ethernet Connections
Description
ETHERNET PORT
The DNH consists of two identical hub modules in one enclosure. The
left side is usually the DataNET ‘A’ Hub and the right side the DataNET
‘B’ Hub. Each hub contains a DataNET Hub board and power supply.
The DNH connects to the Ethernet local area network via the RJ-45 STP
connector located on DataNET Hub board. Each of the boards has an
Ethernet connection. However, only the DNH ‘A’ hub Ethernet port is
active.
Figure 2-4.Dual Hubs
HUB ‘A’
HUB ‘B’’
Active Ethernet Port
Only one Ethernet port is active in the DNH. The wiring connection
between the two halves determines which half has the active Ethernet
port. A jumper wire visible across pin 1 and pin 2 on the cable connector
indicates that the side to which it is connected is the active port, which
we designate the ‘A’ Hub. The hub that has the inactive Ethernet
connection is the ‘B’ hub.
Remember, only one Ethernet port can be active.
‘B’ HUB
JUMPER
PINS 1&2
‘’A’ HUB
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CONNECTING
CABLE
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10BASE-T Cable
Requirements
1. The 10BASET data cable requires a minimum of two twisted pairs
(transmit pair and a receive pair). The type wire used should conform
to the AT&T D-inside wire (DWI & PDS), or IBM Type 3, or Category
3 or 5 data grade or equivalent specifications.
2. The maximum length of a 10BASET data cable cannot exceed 328
feet (100 meters). Typically to increase the distance each DNH will
connect to a hub or other type of repeater/medium converter.
3. The cable should be terminated at both ends with RJ-45 STP male
connectors. The table below shows the RJ-45 wiring connections for
the DNH end of the cable.
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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TX+
TXRX+
NC
NC
RXNC
NC
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Chapter 3
Data Communications Setup
Introduction
Overview
This chapter provides maintenance personnel instructions for making the
operational settings for the Advance DataNET Hub (DNH). Once these
operational settings are made the DNH will function as a communication
router on an Advance Communications System (ACS) network.
IMPORTANT
The DNH consists of two identical hubs (‘A’ Half and ‘B’ Half) in one
enclosure. Each hub half contains a communication board and RS-232
Configuration port. Both communication boards must be configured in
order for both hubs to communicate on the ACS.
Command Line
Definitions
Review Chapter 4, Command Line Summary. Chapter 4 provides
definitions for all of the commands you will be using in this chapter.
Important Checklist
Perform the following checklist before setting up the data communication
protocol.
Check
Tasks
√
Inspect wiring of AC (mains)
Inspect all Uplink and Downlink port wiring connections.
Ensure that the Signal Equalizer Board settings are correct.
Ensure that each DataNET copper port has the correct
impedance settings.
Inspect the wiring of the serial cross link which determines
which is the ‘A’ Hub.
Ensure that when power is applied the Board Status LEDs
are sequencing correctly.
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Introduction, Continued
Chapter Preview
This chapter provides the following information:
Topic
Page
Configuring Your PC
49
Establishing a Connection
54
Setting Network Address
57
Assigning an IP Address
59
Firmware Updates
60
System Status LEDs
62
Troubleshooting
65
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Configuring Your PC
Description
The Advance DataNET Hub (DNH) has a built-in utility for configuring its
operation. The Windows® HyperTerminal program that resides on most
PCs can be used to access this utility. Other serial communication
packages that support the following settings can also be used.
Baud rate:
Data bits:
Parity:
Stop bits:
Flow control:
Instructions
57.6k baud
8
None
1
None
This procedure uses the Windows HyperTerminal program, to configure
your PC to communicate with the DNH.
1. Click the Start button, and from the Program menu locate the
HyperTerminal Icon.
2. Click the HyperTerminal icon to start the Program.
The Connection Description dialog box will open.
3. In the Name field, type in a Connection Name. Example: Advance
DataNET Hub.
4. In the Icon field select an Icon to represent the name selected.
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Configuring Your PC, Continued
5. Click OK.
The Connect To dialog box opens.
6. From the Connect using scroll list choose the Connect to COM 1 to
connect to the DNH configuration port.
7. Click OK to save the selection.
The COM Properties box opens.
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8. Scroll each field and select the following Port Settings:
Bits per second: 57600
Data Bits: 8
Parity: None
Stop bits: 1
Flow Control: None
9. Click OK.
The Main Menu will appear.
10. Click File and choose Properties from the drop-down menu.
The Advance DataNET Hub Properties box will appear.
11. Click Settings tab.
12. From the Emulation scroll list select VT100. Do not change the
default settings for the other parameters.
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Configuring Your PC, Continued
13. Click Terminal Settings button.
The Terminal Settings dialog box will appear.
14. Ensure that the following default settings are set:
Cursor:
• Underline
√ Blink:
Terminal Modes: none
Character set: ASCII
15. Click Ok
The Advance DataNET Properties box will appear.
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16. Click OK to return to main menu.
17. From the Main menu select File/Save As.
The Save As dialog box will appear.
18. Enter the short cut name. Click Save to complete the setup.
Your PC is now setup to connect to and configure the DNH.
To create a shortcut to the new connection you just entered and place it
on your Desktop, select the file name entered in step 21 and click the
right mouse button. From the pop-up menu select Create Shortcut.
Once the shortcut is created it can be moved to the Desktop. Simply click
the shortcut icon and drag the icon while holding down the left mouse
button. Release the mouse button to place the icon.
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Establishing a Connection
Description
Once your PC is set up, as described in Configuring Your PC, you are
ready to connect to and configure the Advance DataNET Hub.
Getting Started
… read through this Chapter prior to performing any procedures.
IMPORTANT
The DNH consists of two identical hubs in one enclosure. The left side is
referred to as the DataNET ‘A’ half and the right side the DataNET ‘B’
half. Each half hub contains a communication board and a RS232
Configuration Port. Each hub half is configured separately.
HUB ‘B’
HUB ‘A’
Before You Begin
1. Ensure that the DNH Ethernet connection is not connected to the
network by removing the RJ-45 plug from the Ethernet port located
on the edge of the Communications board.
2. Connect a standard 9-pin COM cable from the designated PC COM
port (see page 49, step 7.) to RS232 Configuration Port located on
etiher Hub ‘A’ or ‘B’.
3. Turn on the AC power to the DNH.
Password Protection
All utility programs on the DNH Communication board are password
protected. This insures the data integrity of all configuration data and
limits unwanted access of the User’s network. To access any of the
programs you must have a logon password.
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Password Format
A password name can consist of any combination of alphanumeric
characters. The alphanumeric name must have a minimum of five and a
maximum of twenty characters. The DNH Communication board is
shipped from the factory with the word “password” entered as the
default password name.
How to Change
Password
The user can change the password name at any time. To do this login
using the current password then type: “password stand stand”. Where
the word stand is your new password entered twice to verify that it was
properly entered.
How to Log Out
You may log out or close the Configuration and Diagnostic program at
any time by typing logout. However, the Configuration and Diagnostic
program will automatically log you out after five minutes.
How to Log On
The following procedure assumes that the HyperTerminal program,
residing on your PC, has been configured to communicate with the DNH,
and the PC is connected to the DNH ‘A’ or ‘B’ Configuration Port.
1. Open Windows HyperTerminal program.
2. Press ↵ Enter twice
The following dialog box appears:
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Establishing a Connection, Continued
3. At the > prompt type: login password and press ↵ Enter.
The Connect Screen will appear with the login information and the
local prompt. The local prompt indicates that you are communicating
with the DNH connected directly to the PC.
You are now ready to configure the DNH ‘A’ hub or ‘B’ hub with its own
Network Address. Go to page 57.
Remote Connection
Log On
If your PC is connected to one of the DNH configuration ports you can
connect to any other hub on the same network if you know the IP
address of the DNH.
1. Open Windows HyperTerminal program on your PC.
2. Press ↵ Enter twice, the Command Request dialog box will appear.
3. At the > prompt type: login password [IP Address].
Once the password is verified the system responds with the login
information and displays the remote prompt, which includes the IP
address of the connected hub.
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Setting Network Address
Description
This section provides instructions to configure an Advance DataNET ‘A’
or ‘B’ Hub with its own Network Address.
Before You Begin
1. Connect a standard 9-pin COM cable from the designated PC COM
(see page 49, step 7.) to Hub ‘A’ or ‘B’ Configuration Port located on
the Communications Board.
2. Open Windows HyperTerminal program on your PC; reference
Configuring Your PC, page 49.
3. Connect and Log on to DNH; reference Establishing a Connection,
page 54.
Command Line
Definitions
Chapter 4, Command Line Summary, provides definitions for all of the
commands you will be using in this chapter.
Instructions
1. Log on locally to the DNH.
The Connect Screen will appear with the login information and the
local prompt. The local prompt indicates that you are communicating
with the DNH connected directly to the PC.
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Setting Network Address, Continued
Learning Hint
See Assigning an IP Address, page 59 to learn how to assign an IP
Address.
2. To configure the DNH IP address, at the Local > prompt type:
config address ip xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Where xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx should be replaced with a 12-digit unique
network address. See Assigning an IP (Internet Protocol) Address
page 59.
3. Press ↵ Enter.
4. The following message appears: Configuration change verified
5. To configure the DNH subnetmask, at the Local > prompt type:
config netmask xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Where xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx is the subnet mask for your network.
Typically, this would be in the range 255.255.0.0 through
255.255.255.0.
6. Press ↵ Enter.
7. To configure the device id, at the Local > prompt type:
config deviceid xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Where xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx is typically the IP Address of Hub ‘A’.
8. Press ↵ Enter.
9. To configure the ip router address at the Local > prompt type: config
iproute x
An IP router address is not always required. This command sets the
address of the IP router to which the hub-half should send IP
messages whose destinations do not reside on the hub’s own
network. Your network administrator can help you choose an
address.
This field can be left to the default setting of 000.000.000.000 if an IP
router is not used
10. Press ↵ Enter.
This completes the necessary DNH Configuration. To display the
current settings, type at Local > prompt: config display
11. Repeat steps 1 through 10 for Hub ‘B’ half.
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Assigning an IP Address
Overview
Each individual hub board (“hub-half”) in the system must have a unique
IP address. This 32-bit number defines each DNH’s network ID and host
ID. The IP address must be assigned by the user before the unit is
network operational.
See Setting Network Address page 57, for instructions on how to enter
the IP address.
IP Address
The IP Address consists of a 32-bit number divided into four 8-bit fields.
Each field is expressed as a decimal number from 1 to 255 with each
field separated by periods. This is referred to as “dotted decimal”
notation. For example, 192.16.9.52 is an IP address.
How to Assign an IP
Address
Ask your network administrator to assign you an IP Address, or if the
DNH will be in a closed plant area and not connected to the Internet you
can select an address from Table 3-1.
Table 3-1: Available IP
Addresses
192.165.0.1
192.165.0.2
192.165.0.3
192.165.0.4
192.165.0.5
192.165.0.6
192.165.0.7
192.165.0.8
192.165.0.9
192.165.0.10
192.165.0.11
192.165.0.12
192.165.0.13
192.165.0.14
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192.165.0.16
192.165.0.17
192.165.0.18
192.165.0.19
192.165.0.254
192.165.1.254
192.165.2.254
192.165.3.1 - 192.165.3.254
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Firmware Updates
Description
Periodically we will provide our users with firmware upgrades. Perform
the following instructions to down load a new DNH firmware upgrade to
the Communications board. A firmware upgrade will take approximately
45 minutes. The firmware upgrade must be loaded into both Hub ‘A’ and
‘B’ halves. The upgrade must be applied two both communication
boards.
Instructions
The following procedure assumes that the HyperTerminal program is
residing on your PC and has been configured, the DNH is operational
and the PC is connected to the DNH.
1. Connect a standard 9-pin COM cable from the designated PC COM
port (see page 49, step 7.) to Hub ‘A’ or ‘B’ Configuration Port
located on the Communications Board.
2. Open HyperTerminal program on your PC; reference Configuring
Your PC, page 49.
3. Connect and Log on to the DNH.
4. At the > prompt type: download
You should see the following response on the screen. At this point
the DNH Communications board is ready to receive the new
firmware version.
5. From the Main Menu bar click on Transfer.
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6. Click on Send Text File.
The Send Text File dialog box will appear. In the Look in: window
choose the directory on your PC where the DNH files reside.
7. Under Files of type select All files (*.*).
8. Under File name type in the upgrade version file name (DataNET
hub.hex).
This will start the down loading of the files. Once the download has
begun the block numbers will be displayed as they are transmitted.
The upload will take approximately 45 minutes to complete.
9. Repeat steps 1 through 8 for Hub ‘B’ half.
MAC Address
Configuration
To configure the Ethernet MAC address after the firmware update,
perform the following steps:
1. At the Local > prompt type: config address ethernet
xx.xx.xx.xx.xx.xx
Where: xx.xx.xx.xx.xx.xx is the MAX address for the DataNET Hub
board. Typically the address would be in the range 00.c0.c9.01.21.00
through 00.c0.c9.01.21.ff.
2. Press ↵ Enter to complete your entry.
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System Status LEDs
Description
The Advance DataNET Hub Communication boards have status LEDs
for monitoring the DNH operation.
Figure 3-1:
Status LEDs
Board Status LEDs
During the power-on self-test, all the LEDs will light briefly to indicate that
all LEDs and their driving electronics are functioning.
Startup LED Status
After a normal power-up and a successful self-test, the green (NORMAL)
system status LED will light. In the event of a self-test failure, the red
(FAULT) system status LED will light, and the yellow (WARN) system
status LED will flash an error code. The same indication (red LED on;
yellow LED blinking) is used to indicate duplicate IP addresses.
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Yellow (WARN) LED
Blink Codes
The yellow (WARN) blink codes are shown below. The yellow (WARN)
status LED will light any time a link error is present. That is, any time at
least one red (FAULT) link LED is lit, the yellow status LED will also be lit
(green and red LEDs will be off).
Number of blinks:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Error:
RAM failure
FLASH checksum error
Invalid configuration
Reserved
Other hardware failure during self-test
Duplicate IP address detected
Cross-link failure
Hub Port LEDs
The Uplink and Downlink ports each have a status LED. The LED for
each port can either indicate red (FAULT) or green (NORMAL).
Green (NORMAL) LED
The green LED is on once the link has become established (active). It
will remain on as long as the link is active (i.e., polls/responses are
received within a timeout period). The green LED will blink off
(~100mSec) for each information-carrying frame sent or received, with a
minimum of 100mSec “on” time between blinks.
When the hub detects an address loop (the same IP address is being
used on multiple hubs), the port is disabled and green LED will remain
off until the user changes the IP addresses and resets the port.
Red (FAULT) LED
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On active links, the hub indicates transient errors by blinking the red LED
briefly (~100mSec). The red LED is on if the link has been active since
the hub was last powered on or reset but has subsequently become
inactive. A link will become inactive if the wires are disconnected,
shorted, or a message is dropped after three retries. If a channel has
never been active since the DNH was last powered-up or reset, both
LEDs will be off. This is intended to reduce spurious error indications for
channels that are completely disconnected.
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System Status LEDs, Continued
Ethernet Port LEDs
There are four Ethernet Link Status LEDs.
Link Active
LED is Green (on) when a link is established
successfully between the Ethernet port and associated
Ethernet Hub or repeater.
If LED is OFF check for a bad cable, faulty wiring, or
loose connections.
Rx
Rx LED blinks when there is data reception on the
Ethernet port.
Tx
Tx LED blinks when the Ethernet port transmits a
message.
Collision
Collision LED blinks when there is a collision on the
Ethernet link. A collision is a normal event on an
Ethernet link and occurs when both sides of the link
attempt to transmit at the same time. Excessive
collisions indicate a problem with the network.
Could be a cabling problem or bad network interface
board.
Cross Link Status
LED
The cross-link status LED is red when no link is established between the
two DataNET Hub halves, and is green when a connection is detected.
Usually a red indication is caused by the absence of the cross-link cable
or a faulty connection
.
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Troubleshooting
Description
This chapter is intended for maintenance personnel.
Failure of the DNH to establish a link is the principle cause of most hub
failures. Typical problems are:
•
Configuration Conflict
•
Link Signal Quality
Configuration
Conflicts
The DNH port green LED is off, or intermittently flashes between green
and red. This can indicate a configuration conflict caused by a faulty
cable or a wrong connection or improper configuration parameters.
Cabling errors:
1. Inspect all cable and connectors for damage.
2. Verify that the cable is connected to the correct Hub half and correct
Port.
3. Verify that the Channel ‘A’ link is connected to the ‘A’ Hub half and
that the Channel ‘B’ link is connected to the ‘B’ Hub half.
4. Verify that both Channels A & B use the same port number on their
respective Hub half.
5. Display the Port Status screen by connecting a PC to the
Configuration Port, logging in, and then typing display links. Verify
that all Ports are connected as expected; see example below.
Example
The following example shows that Port 1 on the B Hub is incorrectly
connected to Port 1 Channel A, on device 172.16.99.7.
local> display links
Port status for 172.16.99.3, B
Port: Medium: Status:
"A" connected to:
1
Copper Validation
2
Copper Unconnected
3
Copper Unconnected
4
Copper Unconnected
5
Copper Unconnected
6
Copper Unconnected
7
Copper Unconnected
8
Copper Unconnected
9
Copper Unconnected
Ethernet
NOTE
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"B" connected to:
172.016.099.007, 1A
Offline
The Ethernet port is always shown as Offline on the ‘B’ Hub half because
the Ethernet port is always disabled on the ‘B’ Hub.
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Troubleshooting, Continued
Configuration Parameter
Errors:
The device may have an invalid or duplicate device ID, IP address,
Subnet mask, or iproute.
Verify the configuration parameters by connecting a PC serial port to the
Configuration Port, logging in, and typing config display.
> login password
Siemens
Advance DataNET Hub
local> config display
Config:
type
DATANET HUB
address ip
172.16.99.7
subnetmask
255.255.0.0
address ethernet 00.c0.c9.01.20.a7
device ID
172.16.99.7
1
time server ip 0.0.0.0
2
3
Make sure each Hub half has a unique IP address and that both Hub
halves have the same device ID. Usually the device ID is set to the IP
address of the ‘A’ Hub.
Advance Network devices periodically broadcast their status for
diagnostic and network routing purposes.
The Subnet mask must be identical on all Advance network devices
(Maxum analyzer, NAU, ANCB, DNH), and connected to a single
network, for the broadcast message to be received properly. If a remote
device does not show up in the device routing table, verify that the
remote device matches the local device Subnet mask.
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Troubleshooting, Continued
Signal Quality
Problems
If a DNH port green LED is off, or intermittently flashes between green
and red the signal levels for that port are either too high or low relative to
the other Hub ports.
Instructions
If a port link fails to connect at all, the port can be set to a test mode. The
test mode will cause port activity to occur approximately every 50
milliseconds instead of approximately every 7 seconds as it would for an
unconnected link. While in the test mode the signal for that port can be
measured.
1. Connect a standard 9-pin COM cable from the designated PC COM
port (see page 49, step 7.) to the Configuration Port on the hub half
containing the port in question.
2. Open HyperTerminal program on your PC; reference Configuring
Your PC, page 49.
3. Connect and Log on to the DNH.
4. At the > prompt type: port stop num
Where num is a port number 1 through 9
5. Press ↵ Enter.
6. At the > prompt type: test num
This places the selected port into a hardware diagnostic mode.
7. Using Option 1 or 2, (as outlined in ‘Hub Signal Equalizer Board with
Generic Cable’ section page 37) connect an oscilloscope to the port
under test.
8. The signal received at the slave should be between ~0.75 v p-p and
5 v p-p.
9. If the signal is smaller than ~0.75 v p-p adjust the impedance
matching jumpers to increase the signal level.
10. At the > prompt type: port start num
Where num is a port number 1 through 9.
11. Press ↵ Enter.
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Troubleshooting, Continued
12. At the > prompt type: test off
Test off places the selected port into a hardware diagnostic mode.
13. Disconnect test equipment and place unit into service
68 • Data Communications Setup
Chapter 4
Command Summary
Command Descriptions
Description
This chapter is intended for maintenance personnel.
This chapter provides definitions for all of the commands you will be
using for setup purposes or for performing test diagnostics.
Unique Commands
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These are the commands that are unique to the Advance DataNET Hub.
config address ip
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Set the device IP address for this hub-half
config device id
Configure the DataNET hub device ID
config display
Display the current non-volatile parameters
config netmask
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Set the IP subnetmask for this hub-half
config iproute
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Set the default router IP address for this hubhalf
config timeserver
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Configure the IP address of a DataNET time
server
date
Set/display time and date
del
Delete selected SAT entries
display
Display SAT table
display links
Display link state table
dn
Displays or edits the parameters for setup
time or window
download
Download new hub firmware via the RS-232
Configuration port
events on
Enable reporting of internal messages via the
internal buffer
events off
Enable reporting of internal messages via the
internal buffer
help
Lists available CLI commands
list
List next 22 log events
list nnn
List 22 events, starting with number nnn.
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Command Descriptions, Continued
70 • Command Summary
list nnn, xxx
List xxx events, starting with number nnn
list on
Continuously list events from the log buffer,
as they are added (terminate listing with
Control-C)
list clear
Clear all events from log buffer
login password
Login to hub-half via the RS-232
Configuration port
logout
Log out of hub-half
netstat dn
Display statistics for DataNET ports
password password
password
Change login password for hub-half
port start port
Start (or re-start) DataNET on a port
port stop port
Stop DataNET on a port (takes a port out of
service, e.g. for testing)
reset
Reset a hub-half
test port
Put a port into hardware test mode
test off
Turn off test mode
timeout on
Enable user login timeout
timeout off
Disable user login timeout
trace
Display current trace settings.
trace on
Enable frame tracing (start adding selected
frames to event buffer)
trace off
Disable frame tracing
trace port, port, ... port
Select ports for frame tracing
trace filter
Set filter mode for tracing
trace xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Set IP address filter for tracing
trace ports filter
Set trace port list and filter mode in the same
command
validation timeout
Set the link validation timeout
verbose on
Enable verbose event display
verbose off
Enable single-line summary event display
Command Descriptions, Continued
“config address ip”
command
This command configures the hub-half IP address. Each individual hub
board (“hub-half”) in the system must have a unique IP address. Your
network administrator can help you choose appropriate addresses for
your DataNET hubs. IP addresses are entered in “dotted-decimal”
notation. For example:
config address ip 192.10.6.123
The IP address is automatically stored in the hub-half’s non-volatile
memory when you enter this command. You can display the current IP
address with the config display command.
“config device id”
Command
Each pair of hub boards shares a common “device ID.” This ID must be
configured into each board’s non-volatile memory at installation time with
the config device id command. Device Ids have the same form as IP
addresses (i.e., four dotted-decimal components, in the range 0 through
255). Any value may be chosen for device IDs. The only requirements
are that each pair of hub boards that make up a complete hub, share the
same device ID and that device IDs are not duplicated between any hubs
in a single DataNET.
One convenient convention for assigning device IDs is to use the IP
address of the “A” half of each pair as the device ID.
“config display”
Command
This command displays the settings for the hub’s non-volatile
configuration parameters.
“config netmask”
Command
This command sets the IP subnet mask for a hub-half. Your network
administrator can help you choose an appropriate subnet mask for your
DataNET hubs (subnet masks are not always required). Subnet masks
are entered in “dotted-decimal” notation. For example:
config netmask 255.255.192.0
The subnet mask is automatically stored in the hub-half’s non-volatile
memory when you enter this command. You can display the current
subnet mask with the config display command.
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Command Descriptions, Continued
“config iproute”
Command
This command sets the address of the IP router to which the hub-half
should send IP messages whose destinations do not reside on the hub’s
own network. Your network administrator can help you choose
appropriate router addresses for your DataNET hubs (a router address is
not always required). Addresses are entered in “dotted-decimal” notation.
For example:
config iproute 192.10.6.1
The router address is automatically stored in the hub-half’s non-volatile
memory when you enter this command. You can display the current
router address with the config display command.
“config timeserver”
Command
DataNET hubs may be configured to request time and date information
from a DataNET time server. To do this, enter the non-zero IP address of
the time server with this command. When so configured, each time the
hub powers up or resets, and every 24 hours thereafter, it will request
the current local time and data from the designated time server. The
command has the following form:
config timeserver 192.10.6.2
When a hub receives a reply to a time server request, it will update its
local clock with the received time. Note that hub boards include their own
non-volatile clock. Thus, if a hub board loses contact with the time
server, it will maintain its own time and date, even across resets of power
cycles.
A hub’s time and date may also be manually configured (see date
command below).
“date” Command
Without an input argument, date displays the current date and time, as
known by the hub-half. Otherwise, date sets the hub-half’s current date
and time according to the input argument. The date command has the
following form:
date yyyymmddhhmm
The argument part yyyy is the four digits of the year; the first mm is the
month number; dd is the day number in the month; hh is the hour
number (24 hour system); the second mm is the minute number; and .ss
(optional) specifies seconds.
For example, to set the date to Oct 8, 1998, 12:45 AM, type
date 199810080045
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Command Descriptions, Continued
“del” Command
This command deletes selected items from the hub’s Source Address
Table (SAT). The command offers options to delete all entries or
selected entries by IP address or by MAC address. The command syntax
is as follows:
del xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx or del xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Where xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx is a MAC address in colon-separated
hexadecimal format, and xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx is a dotted-decimal IP address.
Note that in both cases, leading zeros must be included in the
addresses. That is, if the IP address of an entry is “192.1.2.3,” the
address must be entered as “192.001.002.003.” If the designated
address is not found in the SAT, the hub-half displays an error message:
Address xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx not found or Address xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx not
found
If the deletion is successful, the hub-half confirms it with a message:
Address xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx deleted or Address xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx deleted
The entire SAT may be cleared with the command:
del all
Note that the SAT always contains one entry that may not be deleted, for
the hub-half itself.
“display” Command
Display the Source Address Table (SAT). This displays the MAC
addresses of all stations known to the hub-half. IP addresses are also
shown for all stations whose IP addresses the hub-half has learned. The
list is sorted by IP address; entries that do not include an IP address are
listed following those that do. The port through which the station is
reached is displayed in the right-hand column. This generates a display
similar to the following:
local> display
MAC Address:
00:10:5A:19:08:76
00:A0:24:11:EC:7D
00:80:44:11:22:32
02.11.22.44.32.10
00:60:47:8D:F6:20
00.80.44.44.33.22
00:A0:24:11:DD:70
total entries
local>
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IP Address:
172.16.8.208
172.16.8.209
172.16.9.205
172.16.9.206
172.16.9 207
Port:
Port 9
Port 9
Port 1
Ethernet
Local
Crosslink
Port 3
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
in SAT: 7
Command Summary • 73
Command Descriptions, Continued
“display links”
Command
This command displays the hub-half’s link state table. The link state table
indicates, for each link, whether or not the link is currently “connected,”
“unconnected,” or undergoing link validation (“validation”). For DataNET
links (including the cross-link), the table also gives the device to which
the link connects. DataNET devices are identified by their device IDs.
Example: local> display
links
In this example, port 7 is running in diagnostic mode (see “test”
command) and port 1 is validating its link to device 8.8.8.8. Port 5 has
been taken offline, either with the “port stop” command, or because the
hub detected a loop in the DataNET topology.
Port status for 161.218.54.235, A
Port:
Medium: Status:
"A" connected to:
1
Copper
Validation
161.218.54.232, 1A
2
Copper
Unconnected
3
Copper
Unconnected
4
Copper
Unconnected
5
Copper
Offline
6
Copper
Unconnected
7
DIAG Copper
Unconnected
8
Copper
Unconnected
161.218.054.251, 1A
9
Copper
Unconnected
Ethernet
Cross
local>
"B" connected to:
161.28.54.233, 1B
161.218.054.252, 1B
Up
Connected
Example: local> display
links 3
If a hub port is connected to an Advance Network Gateway with
DataNET the display link command will also provide enhanced
configuration information when the link number is specified.
“download”
Command
Use this command to load new firmware into the hub-half via the RS-232
Configuration port. The procedure for firmware download is:
1. Make sure you have a “hub_rom.mot” file available for download.
2. Log into the target Hub through the Configuration port, using
HyperTerm.
3. Type “download” at the hub’s prompt (“>”). The hub will then prompt
to begin transmitting the download file.
4. Transmit the download file. Use the HyperTerm “Transfer --> Send
Text File…” command. Find the “hub_rom.hex” file using the browser
window. You may have to select “Show all files” in the “Files of type”
window to see the “hub_rom.mot” file.
74 • Command Summary
Command Descriptions, Continued
5. After you have selected the “hub_rom.mot” file and click on “OK,”
HyperTerm will begin transmitting records to the Hub. The Hub will
respond by periodically displaying addresses as the file downloads.
6. After approximately 5 minutes, the download will be complete. The
hub will display messages indicating that the download has
completed, and it is erasing and programming the FLASH memory.
7. Finally, the Hub will reset, and display a new login prompt.
“events” Command
“dn” Command
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This command controls logging of hub software events. Software events
mark the progress of the Hub software in some detail so board problems
may be more easily analyzed. The events off command will stop the
logging of event messages. The list command, as described above, is
used to view the software events in the event buffer.
This command may be used to override default values for several
parameters related to the HDLC protocol used by DataNET. Specific
forms of the command are:
dn setuptime
Displays the current “setup time” value,
in microseconds. This is the time that the
hub will transmit a “preamble” pattern on
a DataNET link before starting the actual
data frame. The preamble allows time for
the receiver circuitry at the far end of the
link to adjust to the incoming signal’s
amplitude, phase, and frequency. The
default setup time is 3500 microseconds.
dn setuptime time
Sets the HDLC setup time to the value
given, in microseconds. The new setup
time value is saved in non-volatile
memory.
Command Summary • 75
Command Descriptions, Continued
76 • Command Summary
dn window
Displays the transmit “window” for the
HDLC protocol used by DataNET. This is
the number of I-frames that a station may
send before it must receive an
acknowledgment from the receiving
station.
dn window num
Sets the transmit window used by all
ports on the hub. The parameter “num”
must be a number 1 through 7. The
default window size is 7. The hub does
not store the window size parameter in
non-volatile memory, so non-default
values will be lost after a reset.
dn polldelay
The “poll delay” parameter applies only
to ports 1-8 on a hub. It controls the time
a hub will wait between polls of any port.
As soon as a hub finishes an exchange
of messages on one port, it will normally
advance immediately to the next
“connected” port and begin the next
exchange of messages. If “poll delay” is
set to a non-zero value, the hub will
enforce a delay before each new
exchange begins. The “poll delay” is
given in milliseconds and defaults to zero
(no delay).
dn polldelay time
Sets the poll delay to the value given, in
milliseconds. Actual times are rounded
down to the nearest ten milliseconds.
dn portdelay
This parameter gives the delay, in
milliseconds that a hub will enforce
between message exchanges with a
particular slave device. That is, before
initiating a poll to a slave device, the hub
will make sure that at least this much
time has elapsed since the last poll to the
same device. This keeps a hub from
consuming all of the slave device’s
processing time by continuously polling it
at short intervals. This parameter
defaults to 50 milliseconds.
Command Descriptions, Continued
dn portdelay time
Sets the “port delay” parameter to the
value given, in milliseconds. Actual times
are rounded down to the nearest ten
milliseconds.
The dn command is also used to enable and disable software tracing
inside the hub software. This is intended to provide a software debug
facility. The form for these commands is:
dn module on
dn module off
In order to collect software trace events in the log buffer, you must also
give the command “events on.”
dn iframe on
The available modules are:
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xlinktrace
Traces software events specific to the cross link.
ethertrace
Traces software events specific to the Ethernet
interface.
dntrace
Traces software events for the DataNET driver.
lstrace
Traces software events in the DataNET section’s
link state module.
rxdonetrace
Traces events specific to the “RXDONE” logic.
sattrace
Traces software events specific to management of
the Source Address Table (SAT)
iframe
Traces software events specific to processing Iframes in the dn section.
Command Summary • 77
Command Description, Continued
“help” Command
This command generates a simple list of available commands.
“list” Command
Enter the list command at any time from the Configuration Management
interface to see event buffer messages. The list command has an
internal current sequence number that is set to 1 each time a
Configuration Management login occurs. The list command will show 21
messages each time it is entered, beginning with the current sequence
number. The current sequence number is updated each time list is used.
A new current sequence number can be entered with the list command:
local> list
10 LOG:Port
08:14:22.42
11 LOG:User
08:14:27.00
12 LOG:Port
08:14:29.92
13 LOG:Port
08:14:29.93
14 LOG:Port
08:14:33.92
15 LOG:Port
08:14:33.93
16 LOG:Port
08:20:22.52
17 LOG:Port
08:20:22.56
18 LOG:Port
08:20:26.52
19 LOG:Port
08:20:26.56
20 LOG:Port
08:20:54.84
21 LOG:Port
08:21:10.27
22 LOG:Port
08:21:13.07
23 LOG:Port
08:23:23.77
24 LOG:Port
08:23:23.77
25 LOG:Port
08:23:23.77
26 LOG:Port
08:23:46.32
27 LOG:Port
08:23:50.32
28 LOG:Port
08:27:43.41
29 LOG:Port
08:27:43.41
30 LOG:User
08:34:45.48
31 LOG:User
08:41:05.05
78 • Command Summary
10
10: Start probing
09/27
logged in
09/27
10: Start link validation
09/27
1: Start link validation
09/27
10: Link up (this half)
09/27
1: Link up (both halves)
09/27
4: Start link validation
09/27
6: Start link validation
09/27
4: Link up (both halves)
09/27
6: Link up (this half)
09/27
5: Take port off-line
09/27
7: Take port off-line
09/27
7: Start test mode
09/27
1: Link down (no carrier in three polls)
09/27
1: Lost carrier
09/27
1: Start probing
09/27
1: Start link validation
09/27
1: Link up (both halves)
09/27
7: Stopped test mode
09/27
7: Take port off-line
09/27
logged out
09/27
logged in
09/27
Command Description, Continued
The event display gives a time-stamp, and an event description. All
events other than frame-capture events are always shown as single
lines. Captured frames may be summarized as single lines, or expanded
into a multi-line display (see ‘validation timeout’ command).
The user can view more than 21 messages by supplying a sequence
number and list length:
list 100,100
List message numbers 100 – 199 and
update the current sequence number to
200.
The list length may appear by itself:
list ,32
This command lists the next 32 trace buffer entries, and increments the
current message number by 32.
All the messages in the internal trace buffer can be viewed by listing
sequence number one then entering the list command until the last
message is displayed. When the current message number is
incremented to the last message in the internal buffer, it is automatically
set to 1. You can list all the messages in the buffer without pausing
between messages with list 1,300.
There is a continuous listing mode for monitoring all the messages in the
internal trace buffer. Start continuous list mode by entering list on. All
the messages in the internal buffer will be displayed and any new
messages will be listed as soon as they are collected into the buffer.
Terminate the continuous listing mode by entering a Control-C key
combination.
To clear all events from the event buffer, use
list clear
“login” Command
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This command logs the user onto the hub-half and gives the user
permission to access, display, and configure the hub-half. The format for
the login is a minimum 5-character/maximum 20-character alphanumeric
password. The user can login to a remote device by typing the IP
address of the remote device after the login and password parameter.
Example: login password 172.16.9.12
Command Summary • 79
Command Descriptions, Continued
“logout” Command
This command logs the user out of a session. The user must be logged
out of the local device to login to a remote device.
“netstat” Command
This command may be used to display statistics for the DataNET
section. If a link number is given, statistics are displayed for just that link.
If no link number is given, summary statistics for all DataNET links are
given. If the keyword “clear” is given, the statistics counters are reset to
zero:
netstat dn [link] [clear]
Example:local> netstat dn clear
SCC 2: Subordinate
Link 9. RUNNING
SCC 3: Principal (mux)Links 1 through 8.
SCC 4: Cross-link
Link 10. RUNNING
DataNET Statistics for all DN Links
Frames Sent
4967
Frames Sent/Retried
60
Frames Sent/Redirected
60
Frames Sent w/Errors
0
Frames Sent UnACKnowledged
0
Frames Received
4372
Frames Receiver Not Ready
0
Frames Received w/Errors
0
Link down
54
local>
“port” Command
RUNNING
This command will enable or disable normal DataNET communication on
individual ports. Before placing a port into “test” mode (see test
command below), the port must first be taken offline with:
port stop num
where num is a port number, 1 through 9.
This command may also be used to reset a port that has been
automatically taken out of service by the hub after detection of a
DataNET topology loop:
port start num
This will re-start normal DataNET communications on a port.
80 • Command Summary
Command Descriptions, Continued
“test” Command
This command places a selected port into a hardware diagnostic mode.
The command
test 4
places port 4 into test mode. The hub will generate poll messages on
port 4. All other ports continue to operate normally. The command
test off
turns off test mode. Only one port at a time may be in test mode.
“timeout” Command
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This command may be used to disable the user login timeout. Normally,
if a user has not issued a CLI command for five minutes, the hub-half will
automatically shut down the user’s login session. This command may be
used to defeat (and re-enable) this timeout:
timeout off
Disables timeout. The hub-half will not
automatically log out the user, regardless of the
time elapsed since the user last issued a CLI
command.
timeout on
Re-enables the five-minute CLI timer.
Command Summary • 81
Command Descriptions, Continued
“trace” Command
The trace command controls the hub’s frame tracing function. This
feature captures network messages sent and received by the hub-half in
that hub-half’s event buffer. The trace command controls which
messages are captured in the event buffer.
Trace messages may be collected for the Ethernet port, the cross-link
port, any of the 8 downstream ports or the single upstream port. Trace
data may be filtered to collect only input frames, output frames, or data
frames (excluding protocol-only frames such as poll/acknowledge). The
hub will not capture any frames until the “trace on” command is given.
Before issuing “trace on,” the user can set up trace filtering as described
below. By default, tracing is set up for all frames on the Ethernet port.
To set up tracing, the trace command is followed by a list of ports and a
filter mode. The port list is a comma-separated list, which may include
any of:
Numerals “1” through “9”
The “downstream” ports are
numbered 1 through 8, and the
upstream port is numbered 9.
ethernet
Specifies the Ethernet port
cross
Specifies the cross-link
The filter specification may be one of:
data
Trace all data frames (i.e., exclude
frames that do not carry
encapsulated Ethernet data).
input
Trace only input data frames.
output
Trace only output data frames
all
Trace all frames, including “protocolonly” frames on DataNET links.
The port and filter options may be commanded separately or combined
into a single command:
trace ethernet all
sets up tracing for all frames on the Ethernet link.
trace 2 input
82 • Command Summary
Command Descriptions, Continued
sets up tracing on downstream port 2, for input data only.
trace crosslink output
sets up tracing of frames sent on the cross-link.
The filter may also specify frames for a specific station by declaring an IP
address. The station filter cannot be combined with the port
specification in a single command. To collect data from or to a station the
commands would look like:
trace 9
trace 172.16.9.201
trace on
The first command specifies the upstream port for trace data. The
second command filters the trace data to a single station’s frames, and
the third command enables tracing.
Finally, the trace parameters may be reset to their default values (tracing
all frames on the Ethernet port, without any address filtering) with:
trace reset
“validation timeout”
Command
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This command sets the time, in seconds, that the hub-half will wait for
the “link validation” diagnostics to complete.
validation timeout
With no parameters, the
command displays the current
link test timeout setting.
validation timeout 1000
Allows 1 second for the link
diagnostics to complete.
Command Summary • 83
Command Descriptions, Continued
“verbose” Command
This command controls the event buffer display’s “verbose” mode. When
verbose mode is on, the list command shows an expanded format for
captured frames:
Local> verbose on
local>list
MESSAGE NUMBER 502
IP DESTINATION 172.16.9.188
IP SOURCE
172.16.9.85
HW DESTINATION 01:02:03:04:05:06
HW SOURCE
01:02:03:04:05:06
TYPE
1234
LENGTH
82
00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 0A 0B
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 1A 1B
20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 2A 2B
30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 3A 3B
40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 4A 4B
50 51
MESSAGE NUMBER 503
HW DESTINATION 01:02:03:04:05:06
HW SOURCE
01:02:03:04:05:06
TYPE
0024
MESSAGE NUMBER 504
IP DESTINATION 172.16.9.188
IP SOURCE
172.16.9.85
HW DESTINATION 01:02:03:04:05:06
HW SOURCE
01:02:03:04:05:06
TYPE
0024
LENGTH
32
00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 0A 0B
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 1A 1B
MESSAGE NUMBER 505
HW DESTINATION 01:02:03:04:05:06
HW SOURCE
01:02:03:04:05:06
TYPE
0208
84 • Command Summary
0C
1C
2C
3C
4C
0D
1D
2D
3D
4D
0E
1E
2E
3E
4E
0F
1F
2F
3F
4F
0C 0D 0E 0F
1C 1D 1E 1F
Chapter 5
Parts Catalog
Introduction
Overview
This chapter is intended for maintenance personnel.
The Chapter provides a list of replaceable parts and assemblies for the
Advance DataNET Hub (DNH). Subsequent information includes how to
remove and replace the replacement part or assemblies.
How to Place an
Order
Parts can be ordered from:
Siemens Energy & Automation, Inc.
408 US Highway 60
Bartlesville, Oklahoma 74003
Tel: (800) 448-8224 (USA)
Tel: 001 918-662-7030 (International)
Fax: (918) 662-7482 (USA)
Fax: 001 918-662-7482
To ensure an immediate response to your request, you should provide
the following:
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•
Purchase order number. If ordering by phone, a confirming P.O.
should be sent.
•
Address where the parts are to be shipped.
•
Address where the invoice is to be sent.
•
Part numbers as listed.
•
Quantity needed of each part.
•
Equipment Serial number or project number of the system
(especially for warranty related orders).
•
Preferred method of shipment.
Parts Catalog • 85
Available Parts
Description
The available DNH assemblies and parts, with their applicable part
number are shown below.
Part Description
86 • Parts Catalog
Ordering Number
Module, DataNET Hub Assembly
2015875-801
DataNET Hub Cable and Connector Kit
Cable, cross-link, DataNET Hub
Cable, DC, power supply board to power
supply, DataNET
Filter, AC line, DataNET Hub
Connector, Phoenix plug block 3 position,
5.08 spacing
Connector, Phoenix 3 position, 5.08 spacing
Connector, 3 position plug, 3.81 spacing
Connector, 6 position plug, 3.81 spacing
2020295-001
DataNET Hub Signal Balancing Attenuator Board
PCBA, DataNET Hub signal balancing
attenuator
2020948-801
DataNET Hub Fiber Optic Coupler Board, Nonpotted
PCBA, DataNET Hub fiber optic coupler,
non-potted
2015823-801
Hub, 8 ports of 10BaseT, plus AUI port
1193900-009
Hub, 8 ports of 10BaseT, plus fiber optic port
1193900-010
Hub, 8 ports of 10BaseT, plus fiber optic bridge
port
1193900-011
Hub, 8 ports of 10BaseT, plus 10BaseT bridge
port
1193900-012
Hub, 8 ports of 10BaseT, plus BNC port
1193900-014
Repeater; 10BaseT to fiber optic; AC powered
1193900-013
Server, remote access; 10BaseT to modem
1193900-030
Modem, external; SupraExpress 56K
1191004-010
Available Parts, Continued
Part Description
2000585-001
Ordering Number
Cable, fiber optic patch, 3 meter, MM 62.5/125; 2
fiber
127002-008
Cable, 4 pair, UTP, Category 5; 100 ft (30 m)
1681003-006
Connector, modular plug, RJ45, 8 pin
1222010-001
Cable, fiber optic, MM 62.5/125; 2 fiber; 100 ft
(30m)
1270002-002
Connector, fiber optic, Type ST, Methode
1270002-003
Kit, Methode anaerobic consumables
1270002-004
Kit, fiber optic field termination tool
1270002-005
Coupling, Type ST fiber optic, threaded
1270002-006
Convert, 10BaseT to fiber optic; with 12vdc
power supply
1270002-007
Crimp tool; standard RJ45
1631070-002
Crimp tool, Amp RJ45
1631070-003
Parts Catalog • 87
Siemens Energy & Automation, Inc.
7101 Hollister Road, Houston, TX 77040
Phone 713-939-7400, Fax 713-939-9050
1/2007 Edition 2000585-001
Siemens Energy & Automation, Inc.
7101 Hollister Road, Houston, TX 77040
United States
Phone +1 (713) 939-7400
Fax +1 (713) 939-9050
www.usa.siemens.com/ia