Siemens RUGGEDCOM RSG2200 Specifications

Preface
RUGGEDCOM RSG2200
Introduction
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Installing Device
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Communication Ports
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Technical Specifications
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Dimension Drawings
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Certification
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Installation Guide
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Table of Contents
Preface ................................................................................................................
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Alerts .................................................................................................................................................. v
Related Documents ............................................................................................................................. v
Accessing Documentation .................................................................................................................... v
Training .............................................................................................................................................. vi
Customer Support .............................................................................................................................. vi
Chapter 1
Introduction ..........................................................................................................
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1.1 Feature Highlights ........................................................................................................................ 1
1.2 Ports, Controls and Indicator LEDs ............................................................................................... 2
Chapter 2
Installing Device ..................................................................................................
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2.1 Mounting the Device .................................................................................................................... 5
2.1.1 Mounting the Device to a Rack .......................................................................................... 6
2.1.2 Mounting the Device on a DIN Rail .................................................................................... 7
2.1.3 Mounting the Device to a Panel ......................................................................................... 7
2.2 Connecting Power ........................................................................................................................ 8
2.2.1 Connecting AC Power ....................................................................................................... 9
2.2.2 Connecting DC Power ..................................................................................................... 10
2.2.3 Wiring Examples ............................................................................................................. 12
2.3 Connecting the Failsafe Alarm Relay ........................................................................................... 14
2.4 Grounding the Device ................................................................................................................. 15
2.5 Connecting to the Device ........................................................................................................... 15
2.6 Cabling Recommendations ......................................................................................................... 16
2.6.1 Protection On Twisted-Pair Data Ports .............................................................................. 17
2.6.2 Gigabit Ethernet 1000Base-TX Cabling Recommendations ................................................. 17
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Communication Ports .........................................................................................
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3.1 Copper Ethernet Ports ................................................................................................................ 20
3.2 Fiber Optic Ethernet Ports .......................................................................................................... 21
3.3 SFP Optic Ethernet Ports ........................................................................................................... 21
3.3.1 Installing an SFP Optical Port .......................................................................................... 22
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3.3.2 Removing an SFP Optical Port ......................................................................................... 23
3.4 GBIC Optic Ethernet Ports .......................................................................................................... 24
3.4.1 Installing a GBIC Optical Port ........................................................................................... 24
3.4.2 Removing a GBIC Optical Port ......................................................................................... 25
Chapter 4
Technical Specifications .....................................................................................
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4.1 Power Supply Specifications ....................................................................................................... 27
4.2 Failsafe Relay Specifications ...................................................................................................... 27
4.3 Supported Networking Standards ................................................................................................ 28
4.4 Copper Ethernet Port Specifications ............................................................................................ 28
4.4.1 Copper Gigabit Ethernet (1 Gbps) Port Specifications ........................................................ 28
4.5 Fiber Optic Ethernet Port Specifications ....................................................................................... 29
4.5.1 10FL Ethernet Optical Specifications ................................................................................ 29
4.5.2 Fast Ethernet (10/100 Mbps) Optical Specifications ........................................................... 30
4.5.3 Gigabit Ethernet (1 Gbps) Optical Specifications ................................................................ 30
4.6 Operating Environment ............................................................................................................... 32
4.7 Mechanical Specifications ........................................................................................................... 32
Chapter 5
Dimension Drawings ..........................................................................................
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Chapter 6
Certification ........................................................................................................
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6.1 Agency Approvals ...................................................................................................................... 37
6.2 FCC Compliance ........................................................................................................................ 37
6.3 Industry Canada Compliance ...................................................................................................... 37
6.4 EMI and Environmental Type Tests ............................................................................................. 38
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Preface
Preface
This guide describes the RUGGEDCOM RSG2200. It describes the major features of the device, installation,
commissioning and important technical specifications.
It is intended for use by network technical support personnel who are responsible for the installation,
commissioning and maintenance of the device. It is also recommended for use by network and system planners,
system programmers, and line technicians.
Alerts
The following types of alerts are used when necessary to highlight important information.
DANGER!
DANGER alerts describe imminently hazardous situations that, if not avoided, will result in death or
serious injury.
WARNING!
WARNING alerts describe hazardous situations that, if not avoided, may result in serious injury and/or
equipment damage.
CAUTION!
CAUTION alerts describe hazardous situations that, if not avoided, may result in equipment damage.
IMPORTANT!
IMPORTANT alerts provide important information that should be known before performing a procedure
or step, or using a feature.
NOTE
NOTE alerts provide additional information, such as facts, tips and details.
Related Documents
Other documents that may be of interest include:
• ROS User Guide for the RSG2200
Accessing Documentation
The latest Hardware Installation Guides and Software User Guides for most RUGGEDCOM products are
available online at www.siemens.com/ruggedcom.
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For any questions about the documentation or for assistance finding a specific document, contact a Siemens
sales representative.
Training
Siemens offers a wide range of educational services ranging from in-house training of standard courses on
networking, Ethernet switches and routers, to on-site customized courses tailored to the customer's needs,
experience and application.
Siemens' Educational Services team thrives on providing our customers with the essential practical skills to make
sure users have the right knowledge and expertise to understand the various technologies associated with critical
communications network infrastructure technologies.
Siemens' unique mix of IT/Telecommunications expertise combined with domain knowledge in the utility,
transportation and industrial markets, allows Siemens to provide training specific to the customer's application.
For more information about training services and course availability, visit www.siemens.com/ruggedcom or
contact a Siemens sales representative.
Customer Support
Customer support is available 24 hours, 7 days a week for all Siemens customers. For technical support or
general information, contact Siemens Customer Support through any of the following methods:
• Online
Visit http://www.siemens.com/automation/support-request to submit a Support Request (SR) or check on the
status of an existing SR.
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Call a local hotline center to submit a Support Request (SR). To locate a local hotline center, visit http://
www.automation.siemens.com/mcms/aspa-db/en/automation-technology/Pages/default.aspx.
• Mobile App
Install the Industry Online Support app by Siemens AG on any Android, Apple iOS or Windows mobile device
and be able to:
▪ Access Siemens' extensive library of support documentation, including FAQs, manuals, and much more
▪ Submit SRs or check on the status of an existing SR
▪ Find and contact a local contact person
▪ Ask questions or share knowledge with fellow Siemens customers and the support community
▪ And much more...
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Introduction
Introduction
The RUGGEDCOM RSG2200 is a rugged, fully managed, modular Ethernet switch specifically designed
to operate reliably in electrically harsh and climatically demanding utility substation, railway and industrial
environments. The RSG2200’s superior rugged hardware design coupled with the embedded Rugged Operating
System (ROS) provides improved system reliability and advanced cyber security and networking features,
making it ideally suited for creating Ethernet networks for mission-critical, real-time, control applications.
The following sections provide more information about the RSG2200:
• Section 1.1, “Feature Highlights”
• Section 1.2, “Ports, Controls and Indicator LEDs”
Section 1.1
Feature Highlights
Ethernet Ports
• Up to 9-Gigabit Ethernet ports supporting copper and fiber media
• Up to 9 100FX Fiber Fast Ethernet ports
• 2 port modules for tremendous flexibility
• Fiber types supported include multimode, singlemode, and bidirectional single strand
• Full compliance with IEEE: 802.3, 802.3u & 802.3z
• Non-blocking, store and forward switching
• Full duplex operation and flow control (IEEE 802.3x)
• Industry standard fiber optic connectors: LC, SC, SFP, GBIC
• Long haul optics allow Gigabit distances up to 70 km
Cyber Security Features
• Multi-level user passwords
• SSH/SSL encryption
• MAC-based port security
• Selective port enable/disable
• Port-based network access control using IEEE 802.1x
• VLAN support (IEEE 802.1Q) to segregate and secure network traffic
• RADIUS centralized access management
• SNMPv3 featuring encrypted authentication and session
Rated for Reliability in Harsh Environments
• Immunity to EMI and heavy electrical transients:
▪ Meets IEEE 1613 (electric utility substations)
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▪ Exceeds IEC 61850-3 (electric utility substations)
▪ Exceeds IEC 61800-3 (variable speed drive systems)
▪ Exceeds NEMA TS-2 (traffic control equipment)
▪ Exceeds IEC 61000-6-2 (generic industrial environment)
• -40 to 85 °C (-40 to 185 °F) operating temperature (no fans)
• Conformal coated printed circuit boards (optional)
• 18 AWG galvanized steel enclosure
Universal Power Supply Options
• Fully integrated, dual-redundant (optional) power supplies
• Universal high-voltage range: 88-300 VDC or 85-264 VAC
• Popular low voltage ranges: 24 VDC (10-36 VDC), 48 VDC (36-72 VDC)
• Screw or pluggable terminal blocks for reliable, maintenance-free connections
• CSA/UL 60950-1 safety approved to 85 °C (185 °F)
Section 1.2
Ports, Controls and Indicator LEDs
The RSG2200 features various ports, controls and indicator LEDs on the front panel for configuring and
troubleshooting the device.
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Figure 1: Front Panel
1. Port Status Indicator LEDs 2. Display Mode Indicator LEDs
LEDs 6. RS232 Serial Console Port (RJ45)
Port Status Indicator LEDs
3. Mode Button
4. Alarm Indicator LED
5. Power Module Indicator
These LEDs indicate the state of each port.
When Status mode is selected, these LEDs indicate when ports are active.
• Green (Solid) = Link detected
• Green (Blinking) = Link activity
• Off = No link detected
When Duplex mode is selected, these LEDs indicate when ports are operating in full or half
duplex mode.
• Green (Solid) = Full duplex mode
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• Orange (Solid) = Half duplex mode
• Off = No link detected
When Speed mode is selected, these LEDs indicate the port speed.
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Green (Solid) = 1000 Mb/s
Green (Blinking) = 100 Mb/s
Orange (Solid) = 10 Mb/s
Off = No link detected
Display Mode Indicator LEDs
These LEDs indicate the current display mode for the port status indicator LEDs (i.e. Status,
Duplex or Speed).
Mode button
The Mode button sets the display mode for the port status indicator LEDs (i.e. Status,
Duplex or Speed). It can also be used to reset the device if held for 5 seconds.
Alarm Indicator LED
The alarm indicator LED illuminates when an alarm condition exists.
Power Module Indicator LEDs
These LEDs indicate the status of the power modules.
• Green = The power supply is supplying power
• Red = Power supply failure
• Off = No power supply is installed
RS232 Serial Console Port
Ports, Controls and Indicator LEDs
This port is for interfacing directly with the device and accessing initial management
functions.
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Installing Device
The following sections describe how to install the device, including mounting the device, installing/removing
modules, connecting power, and connecting the device to the network.
DANGER!
Electrocution hazard – risk of serious personal injury and/or damage to equipment. Before performing
any maintenance tasks, make sure all power to the device has been disconnected and wait
approximately two minutes for any remaining energy to dissipate.
WARNING!
Radiation hazard – risk of serious personal injury. This product contains a laser system and is
classified as a CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT. Use of controls or adjustments or performance of
procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
IMPORTANT!
This product contains no user-serviceable parts. Attempted service by unauthorized personnel shall
render all warranties null and void.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Siemens Canada Ltd. could invalidate
specifications, test results, and agency approvals, and void the user's authority to operate the
equipment.
IMPORTANT!
This product should be installed in a restricted access location where access can only be gained by
authorized personnel who have been informed of the restrictions and any precautions that must be
taken. Access must only be possible through the use of a tool, lock and key, or other means of security,
and controlled by the authority responsible for the location.
• Section 2.1, “Mounting the Device”
• Section 2.2, “Connecting Power”
• Section 2.3, “Connecting the Failsafe Alarm Relay”
• Section 2.4, “Grounding the Device”
• Section 2.5, “Connecting to the Device”
• Section 2.6, “Cabling Recommendations”
Section 2.1
Mounting the Device
The RSG2200 is designed for maximum mounting and display flexibility. It can be equipped with connectors that
allow it to be installed in a 48 cm (19 in) rack, 35 mm (1.4 in) DIN rail, or directly on a panel.
Mounting the Device
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NOTE
For detailed dimensions of the device with either rack, DIN rail or panel hardware installed, refer to
Chapter 5, Dimension Drawings.
The following sections describe the various methods of mounting the device:
• Section 2.1.1, “Mounting the Device to a Rack”
• Section 2.1.2, “Mounting the Device on a DIN Rail”
• Section 2.1.3, “Mounting the Device to a Panel”
Section 2.1.1
Mounting the Device to a Rack
For rack mount installations, the RSG2200 can be equipped with rack mount adapters pre-installed at the front or
rear of the chassis. Additional adapters are provided to further secure the device in high-vibration or seismically
active locations.
To secure the device to a standard 48 cm (19 in) rack, do the following:
NOTE
The device can be ordered with the communication ports located at the front or rear of the device.
Placing the ports at the rear allows all data and power cabling to be installed and connected at the rear
of the rack.
1.
Make sure the rack mount adapters are installed on the correct side of the chassis.
NOTE
The chassis features multiple mounting holes, allowing the rack mount adapters to be installed up
to 25 mm (1 in) from the face of the device.
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Figure 2: Rack Mount Adaptors
1. Rear
2. Front
3. Rack Mount Adaptor
2.
If required, install adapters on the opposite side of the device to protect from vibrations.
3.
Insert the device into the rack.
NOTE
Since heat within the device is channelled to the enclosure, it is recommended that 1 rack-unit
of space, or 44 mm (1.75 in), be kept empty above the device. This allows a small amount of
convectional airflow.
Forced airflow is not required. However, any increase in airflow will result in a reduction of ambient
temperature and improve the long-term reliability of all equipment mounted in the rack space.
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Secure the adapters to the rack using the supplied hardware.
Section 2.1.2
Mounting the Device on a DIN Rail
For DIN rail installations, the RSG2200 can be equipped with panel/DIN rail adapters pre-installed on each side
of the chassis. The adapters allow the device to be slid onto a standard 35 mm (1.4 in) DIN rail.
To mount the device to a DIN rail, do the following:
1.
Align the adapters with the DIN rails and slide the device into place.
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Figure 3: DIN Rail Mounting
1. Panel/DIN Rail Adaptor
2.
2. DIN Rail
3. Screw
Install one of the supplied screws on either side of the device to secure the adapters to the DIN rails.
Section 2.1.3
Mounting the Device to a Panel
For panel installations, the RSG2200 can be equipped with panel/DIN rail adapters pre-installed on each side of
the chassis. The adapters allow the device to be attached to a panel using screws.
To mount the device to a panel, do the following:
1.
Place the device against the panel and align the adapters with the mounting holes.
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Figure 4: Panel Mounting
1. Screw
2.
2. Panel/DIN Rail Adaptor
Install the supplied screws to secure the adapters to the panel.
Section 2.2
Connecting Power
The RSG2200 supports single or dual redundant AC and/or DC power supplies. The use of two power modules is
recommended to provide redundancy and load balancing.
The RSG2200 can be equipped with either a screw-type or pluggable terminal block, which provides power
to both power supplies. The screw-type terminal block is installed using Phillips screws and compression
plates, allowing either bare wire connections or crimped terminal lugs. Use #6 size ring lugs for secure, reliable
connections under severe shock or vibration.
NOTE
• For maximum redundancy in a dual power supply configuration, use two independent power
sources.
• Use only #16 gage copper wiring when connecting terminal blocks.
• For 100-240 VAC rated equipment, an appropriately rated AC circuit breaker must be installed.
• For 125/250 VDC rated equipment, an appropriately rated DC circuit breaker must be installed.
• A circuit breaker is not required for 12, 24 or 48 VDC rated power supplies.
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• It is recommended to provide a separate circuit breaker for each power supply module.
• Equipment must be installed according to applicable local wiring codes and standards.
The following sections describe how to connect power to the device:
• Section 2.2.1, “Connecting AC Power”
• Section 2.2.2, “Connecting DC Power”
• Section 2.2.3, “Wiring Examples”
Section 2.2.1
Connecting AC Power
To connect a high AC power supply to the device, do the following:
CAUTION!
Electrical hazard – risk of damage to equipment. Do not connect AC power cables to terminals for DC
power. Damage to the power supply may occur.
CAUTION!
Electrical hazard – risk of damage to equipment. Before testing the dielectric strength (HIPOT) in the
field, remove the metal jumper. This metal jumper connects transient suppression circuitry to chassis
ground and must be removed in order to avoid damage to transient suppression circuitry during testing.
NOTE
The terminal block is divided into separate terminals for each internal power supply. Make sure to
connect the external power supply to the appropriate terminals.
1.
Remove the terminal block cover.
2.
If a screw-type terminal block is installed, remove the screws from the appropriate terminals. Use these
screws along with #6 ring lugs to secure the wires to the terminal block.
3.
Connect the positive wire from the power source to the positive/live (+/L) terminal on the terminal block. For
more information, refer to Section 2.2.3, “Wiring Examples”.
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Figure 5: Terminal Block Wiring
1. Screw-Type Terminal Block 2. Pluggable Terminal Block 3. Jumper
Terminal (-/N) 6. Surge Ground Terminal 7. Chassis Ground Terminal
4. Positive/Live (+/L) Terminal
5. Negative/Neutral (-/N)
4.
Connect the negative wire from the power source to the negative/neutral (-/N) terminal on the terminal block.
For more information, refer to Section 2.2.3, “Wiring Examples”.
5.
Install the supplied metal jumper between terminals 2, 4 and 6 to connect the surge ground terminals to the
chassis ground terminal. The surge ground terminals are used as the ground conductor for all surge and
transient suppression circuitry internal to the unit.
6.
Connect the ground terminal on the power source to the chassis ground terminal on the device. For more
information, refer to Section 2.4, “Grounding the Device”
DANGER!
Electrocution hazard – risk of death, serious personal injury and/or damage to the device. Make
sure the supplied terminal block cover is always installed before the device is powered.
7.
Install the terminal block cover.
Section 2.2.2
Connecting DC Power
To connect a high or low DC power supply to the device, do the following:
CAUTION!
Electrical hazard – risk of damage to equipment. Before testing the dielectric strength (HIPOT) in the
field, remove the metal jumper. This metal jumper connects transient suppression circuitry to chassis
ground and must be removed in order to avoid damage to transient suppression circuitry during testing.
NOTE
The terminal block is divided into separate terminals for each internal power supply. Make sure to
connect the external power supply to the appropriate terminals.
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NOTE
The screw-type terminal block is installed using Philips screws and compression plates, allowing either
bare wire connections or crimped terminal lugs. Use #6 size ring lugs for secure, reliable screws, which
must be removed to make connections.
1.
Remove the terminal block cover.
2.
If a screw-type terminal block is installed, remove the screws from the appropriate terminals. Use these
screws along with #6 ring lugs to secure the wires to the terminal block.
3.
Connect the positive wire from the power source to the positive/live (+/L) terminal on the terminal block. For
more information, refer to Section 2.2.3, “Wiring Examples”.
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Figure 6: Terminal Block Wiring
1. Screw-Type Terminal Block 2. Pluggable Terminal Block 3. Jumper
Terminal (-/N) 6. Surge Ground Terminal 7. Chassis Ground Terminal
4. Positive/Live (+/L) Terminal
5. Negative/Neutral (-/N)
4.
Connect the negative wire from the power source to the negative/neutral (-/N) terminal on the terminal block.
For more information, refer to Section 2.2.3, “Wiring Examples”.
5.
Install the supplied metal jumper between terminals 2, 4 and 6 to connect the surge ground terminals to the
chassis ground terminal. The surge ground terminals are used as the ground conductor for all surge and
transient suppression circuitry internal to the unit.
6.
Connect the ground terminal on the power source to the chassis ground terminal on the device. For more
information, refer to Section 2.4, “Grounding the Device”
DANGER!
Electrocution hazard – risk of death, serious personal injury and/or damage to the device. Make
sure the supplied terminal block cover is always installed before the device is powered.
7.
Install the terminal block cover.
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Section 2.2.3
Wiring Examples
The following illustrate how to connect power to single and dual power supplies.
Figure 7: Single AC Power Supply
Figure 8: Single DC Power Supply
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Figure 9: Dual AC Power Supply
Figure 10: Dual DC Power Supply
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Figure 11: Dual AC/DC Power Supply
Section 2.3
Connecting the Failsafe Alarm Relay
The failsafe relay can be configured to latch based on alarm conditions. The NO (Normally Open) contact is
closed when the unit is powered and there are no active alarms. If the device is not powered or if an active alarm
is configured, the relay opens the NO contact and closes the NC (Normally Closed) contact.
NOTE
Control of the failsafe relay output is configurable through ROS . One common application for this relay
is to signal an alarm if a power failure occurs. For more information, refer to the ROS User Guide for
the RSG2200.
The following shows the proper relay connections.
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Figure 12: Failsafe Alarm Relay Wiring
1. Normally Open
2. Common
3. Normally Closed
Section 2.4
Grounding the Device
The RSG2200 chassis ground terminal uses a #6-32 screw. It is recommended to terminate the ground
connection with a #6 ring lug and torque it to 1.7 N·m (15 lbf·in).
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Figure 13: Chassis Ground Connection
1. Stainless Steel Stud
2. #6-32 Screw
3. #6 Ring Lug
Section 2.5
Connecting to the Device
The following describes the various methods for accessing the ROS console and Web interfaces on the device.
For more detailed instructions, refer to the ROS User Guide for the RSG2200.
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RS232 Console Port
Connect a PC or terminal directly to the RS232 console port to access the boot-time control and ROS interfaces.
The console port provides access to ROS's console and Web interfaces.
IMPORTANT!
The console port is intended to be used only as a temporary connection during initial configuration or
troubleshooting.
Connection to the console port is made using an RJ45-to-DB9 console cable. The following is the pin-out for the
console port:
Pin
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Figure 14: RJ45 Console Port Pin Configuration
DB9
Female
1
6
DSR
2
1
DCD
3
4
4
The DSR, DCD and DTR pins are connected together internally.
b
The CTS and RTS pins are connected together internally.
c
RI is not connected.
Description
a
Data Set Ready
a
Carrier Detect
DTR
a
Data Terminal
Ready
5
GND
Signal Ground
5
2
RxD
Receive Data
(to DTE)
6
3
TxD
Transmit Data
(from DTE)
7
8
CTS
8
7
RTS
9
c
1
a
Name
RJ45
Male
RI
b
Clear to Send
b
Read to Send
Comment
Reserved (Do
Not Connect)
Ring Indicator
Communication Ports
Connect any of the available Ethernet ports on the device to a management switch and access the ROS console
and Web interfaces via the device's IP address. For more information about available ports, refer to Chapter 3,
Communication Ports.
Section 2.6
Cabling Recommendations
Before connecting the device, be aware of the recommendations and considerations outlined in the following
sections:
• Section 2.6.1, “Protection On Twisted-Pair Data Ports”
• Section 2.6.2, “Gigabit Ethernet 1000Base-TX Cabling Recommendations”
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Section 2.6.1
Protection On Twisted-Pair Data Ports
Siemens does not recommend the use of copper cabling of any length for critical, real-time substation automation
applications. All copper Ethernet ports on RUGGEDCOM products include transient suppression circuitry
to protect against damage from electrical transients and conform with IEC 61850-3 and IEEE 1613 Class 1
standards. This means that during a transient electrical event, communications errors or interruptions may occur,
but recovery is automatic.
Siemens also does not recommend using copper Ethernet ports to interface with devices in the field across
distances that could produce high levels of ground potential rise (i.e. greater than 2500 V), during line-to-ground
fault conditions.
Section 2.6.2
Gigabit Ethernet 1000Base-TX Cabling Recommendations
The IEEE 802.3ab Gigabit Ethernet standard defines 1000 Mbit/s Ethernet communications over distances of up
to 100 m (328 ft) using all 4 pairs in category 5 (or higher) balanced, unshielded twisted-pair cabling. For wiring
guidelines, system designers and integrators should refer to the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA)
TIA/EIA-568-A wiring standard that characterizes minimum cabling performance specifications required for proper
Gigabit Ethernet operation. For reliable, error-free data communication, new and pre-existing communication
paths should be verified for TIA/EIA-568-A compliance.
The following table summarizes the relevant cabling standards:
Cabling Category
1000BaseTX Compliant
<5
No
New wiring infrastructure required.
5
Yes
Verify TIA/EIA-568-A compliance.
5e
Yes
No action required. New installations should be designed with Category 5e or higher.
6
Yes
No action required.
>6
Yes
Connector and wiring standards to be determined.
Required Action
Follow these recommendations for copper data cabling in high electrical noise environments:
• Data cable lengths should be as short as possible, preferably 3 m (10 ft) in length. Copper data cables should
not be used for inter-building communications.
• Power and data cables should not be run in parallel for long distances, and should be installed in separate
conduits. Power and data cables should intersect at 90° angles when necessary to reduce inductive coupling.
• Shielded/screened cabling can be used when required. Care should be taken to avoid the creation of ground
loops with shielded cabling.
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Communication Ports
The RSG2200 can be equipped with various types of communication ports to enhance its abilities and
performance. With five available slots, the RSG2200 supports a variety of one- or two-port fiber or copper
Ethernet module of various speeds with up to nine 1 Gbps ports.
1
3
2
4
5
Figure 15: Port Assignment
Each type of module has a specific location in the RSG2200 chassis:
• Slots 1 to 4 support any combination of two-port fiber or copper Ethernet modules up to 1 Gbps
• Slot 5 supports a one-port fiber or copper Ethernet module up to 1 Gbps
The exact configuration of the device can be determined by reading the factory data file through the ROS user
interface. For more information about how to read the factory data file, refer to the ROS User Guide for the
RSG2200.
Each communication port is equipped with an LED that indicates the link/activity state of the port.
LED State
Description
Green (Solid)
Link established
Green (Blinking)
Link activity
Off
No link detected
1
Figure 16: Port LEDs
1. Port LED
The following sections describe the available communication ports:
• Section 3.1, “Copper Ethernet Ports”
• Section 3.2, “Fiber Optic Ethernet Ports”
• Section 3.3, “SFP Optic Ethernet Ports”
• Section 3.4, “GBIC Optic Ethernet Ports”
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Section 3.1
Copper Ethernet Ports
The RSG2200 supports several 10/100/1000Base-TX Ethernet ports that allow connection to standard Category
5 (CAT-5) unshielded twisted-pair (UTP) cables with either RJ45 male connectors. The RJ45 connectors are
directly connected to the chassis ground on the device and can accept CAT-5 shielded twisted-pair (STP) cables.
WARNING!
Electric shock hazard – risk of serious personal injury and/or equipment interference. If shielded
cables are used, make sure the shielded cables do not form a ground loop via the shield wire and the
RJ45 receptacles at either end. Ground loops can cause excessive noise and interference, but more
importantly, create a potential shock hazard that can result in serious injury.
TX
RX
TX
Figure 18: 2 x 10/100/1000Tx with RJ45 Ports (CG01)
RX
Figure 17: 1 x 10/100/1000Tx with RJ45 Ports (1CG01)
Figure 19: 2x 1000Tx SFP with RJ45 Ports (CG55)
Each port features an LED that indicates the state of the port.
State
Description
Yellow (Solid)
Link established
Yellow (Blinking)
Link activity
Off
No link detected
The following are the pin-out descriptions for the RJ45 connectors:
8
1
Figure 20: RJ45 Ethernet Port Pin Configuration
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Pin
Name
Description
10/100Base-TX
1000Base-TX
1
RX+
BI_DB+
Receive Data+
or Bi-Directional
2
RX-
BI_DB-
Receive Dataor Bi-Directional
3
TX+
BI_DA+
Transmit Data+
or Bi-Directional
4
Reserved (Do Not Connect)
5
Reserved (Do Not Connect)
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Pin
Name
10/100Base-TX
1000Base-TX
TX-
BI_DA-
6
Description
Transmit Dataor Bi-Directional
7
Reserved (Do Not Connect)
8
Reserved (Do Not Connect)
For specifications on the available copper Ethernet ports, refer to Section 4.4, “Copper Ethernet Port
Specifications”.
Section 3.2
Fiber Optic Ethernet Ports
Fiber optic Ethernet ports are available with either MTRJ (Mechanical Transfer Registered Jack), LC (Lucent
Connector), SC (Standard or Subscriber Connector) or ST (Straight Tip) connectors. Make sure the Transmit (Tx)
and Receive (Rx) connections of each port are properly connected and matched to establish a proper link.
1
1
2
Figure 22: LC Port
Figure 21: MTRJ Port
1. Tx Connector
1. Tx Connector
2. Rx Connector
1
2
Figure 23: SC Port
1. Tx Connector
2
2. Rx Connector
2. Rx Connector
1
2
Figure 24: ST Port
1. Tx Connector
2. Rx Connector
For specifications on the available fiber optic Ethernet ports, refer to Section 4.5, “Fiber Optic Ethernet Port
Specifications”.
Section 3.3
SFP Optic Ethernet Ports
SFP (Small Form-Factor Pluggable) optic Ethernet ports are available with LC (Lucent Connector) connectors.
Make sure the Transmit (Tx) and Receive (Rx) connections of each port are properly connected and matched to
establish a proper link.
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1
2
Figure 25: LC Port
1. Tx Connector
2. Rx Connector
NOTE
SFP modules, as well as their optical ports, can be safely inserted and removed while the chassis is
powered and operating.
The following sections describe how to install and remove SFP optical ports:
• Section 3.3.1, “Installing an SFP Optical Port”
• Section 3.3.2, “Removing an SFP Optical Port”
Section 3.3.1
Installing an SFP Optical Port
To install an SFP optical port, do the following:
CAUTION!
Electrical hazard – risk of damage to equipment. Use only components certified by Siemens with
RUGGEDCOM products. Damage to the module and device may occur if compatibility and reliability
have not been properly assessed.
CAUTION!
Electrical hazard – risk of damage to equipment. Make sure all electrostatic energy is dissipated
before installing or removing components from the device. An electrostatic discharge (ESD) can cause
serious damage to the component once it is outside the chassis.
1.
Make sure all potential electrostatic build-up has been properly discharged to prevent electrostatic
discharges (ESD). This can be accomplished by wearing an ESD wrist strap or by touching Earth or the
chassis ground.
2.
Remove the dust cover from the port opening in the module.
CAUTION!
Mechanical hazard – risk of component damage. SFP optical ports are designed to insert in only
one orientation. Do not force the port into the module.
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3.
Remove the port from its packaging.
4.
Insert the port into the module and swing the bail-latch up to lock it in place.
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1
2
Figure 26: Installing an SFP Optical Port (Typical)
1. SFP Optical Port
2. Metal Bail-Latch
5.
Remove the dust cover from the port.
6.
Connect a cable to the port and test the connection.
Section 3.3.2
Removing an SFP Optical Port
To remove an SFP optical port, do the following:
CAUTION!
Electrical hazard – risk of damage to equipment. Make sure all electrostatic energy is dissipated before
performing installing or removing components from the device. An electrostatic discharge (ESD) can
cause serious damage to the component once it is outside the chassis.
1.
Make sure all potential electrostatic build-up has been properly discharged to prevent electrostatic
discharges (ESD). This can be accomplished by wearing an ESD wrist strap or by touching Earth or the
chassis ground.
2.
Disconnect the cable from the port.
3.
Swing the metal bail-latch down and pull the port from the module.
1
2
Figure 27: Removing an SFP Optical Port (Typical)
1. SFP Optical Port
2. Metal Bail-Latch
4.
Store the port in an ESD-safe bag or other suitable ESD-safe environment, free from moisture and stored at
the proper temperature (-40 to 85 °C or -40 to 185 °F).
5.
Insert a plug in the empty port opening to prevent the ingress of dust and dirt.
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Section 3.4
GBIC Optic Ethernet Ports
GBIC (Gigabit Interface Converter) optic Ethernet ports are available with SC (Standard or Subscriber Connector)
connectors.
1
2
Figure 28: SC Port
1. Tx Connector
2. Rx Connector
The following sections describe how to install and remove GBIC optical ports:
• Section 3.4.1, “Installing a GBIC Optical Port”
• Section 3.4.2, “Removing a GBIC Optical Port”
Section 3.4.1
Installing a GBIC Optical Port
To install a GBIC optical port, do the following:
CAUTION!
Electrical hazard – risk of damage to equipment. Use only components certified by Siemens with
RUGGEDCOM products. Damage to the module and device may occur if compatibility and reliability
have not been properly assessed.
CAUTION!
Electrical hazard – risk of damage to equipment. Make sure all electrostatic energy is dissipated
before installing or removing components from the device. An electrostatic discharge (ESD) can cause
serious damage to the component once it is outside the chassis.
1.
Make sure all potential electrostatic build-up has been properly discharged to prevent electrostatic
discharges (ESD). This can be accomplished by wearing an ESD wrist strap or by touching Earth or the
chassis ground.
2.
Remove the dust cover from the port opening in the module.
CAUTION!
Mechanical hazard – risk of component damage. GBIC optical ports are designed to insert in only
one orientation. Do not force the port into the module.
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3.
Remove the port from its packaging.
4.
Squeeze the latches on either side of the port and insert the port into the module.
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1
2
3
Figure 29: Installing a GBIC Optical Port
1. GBIC Optical Port Module
2. GBIC Optical Port
3. Locking Latch
5.
Release the latches and make sure the module is locked in place.
6.
Remove the dust cover from the port.
7.
Connect a cable to the port and test the connection.
Section 3.4.2
Removing a GBIC Optical Port
To remove an GBIC optical port, do the following:
CAUTION!
Electrical hazard – risk of damage to equipment. Make sure all electrostatic energy is dissipated before
performing installing or removing components from the device. An electrostatic discharge (ESD) can
cause serious damage to the component once it is outside the chassis.
1.
Make sure all potential electrostatic build-up has been properly discharged to prevent electrostatic
discharges (ESD). This can be accomplished by wearing an ESD wrist strap or by touching Earth or the
chassis ground.
2.
Disconnect the cable from the port.
3.
Squeeze the latches on either side of the port and pull it from the module.
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2
3
Figure 30: Removing a GBIC Optical Port
1. GBIC Optical Port Module
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2. GBIC Optical Port
3. Locking Latch
4.
Store the port in an ESD-safe bag or other suitable ESD-safe environment, free from moisture and stored at
the proper temperature (-40 to 85 °C or -40 to 185 °F).
5.
Insert a plug in the empty port opening to prevent the ingress of dust and dirt.
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Technical Specifications
The following sections provide important technical specifications related to the device and available modules:
• Section 4.1, “Power Supply Specifications”
• Section 4.2, “Failsafe Relay Specifications”
• Section 4.3, “Supported Networking Standards”
• Section 4.4, “Copper Ethernet Port Specifications”
• Section 4.5, “Fiber Optic Ethernet Port Specifications”
• Section 4.6, “Operating Environment”
• Section 4.7, “Mechanical Specifications”
Section 4.1
Power Supply Specifications
Power Supply Type
Input Range
Internal Fuse Rating
Minimum
Maximum
24 VDC
10 VDC
36 VDC
6.3 A(F)
48 VDC
36 VDC
72 VDC
3.15 A(T)
d
88 VDC
300 VDC
2 A(T)
d
85 VAC
264 VAC
2 A(T)
HI (125/250 VDC)
HI (110/230 VAC)
a
(F) denotes fast-acting fuse
b
(T) denotes time-delay fuse.
c
Power consumption varies based on configuration. 10/100Base-TX ports consume roughly 1 W less than fiber optic ports.
d
The HI power supply is the same power supply for both AC and DC.
ab
Maximum Power
c
Consumption
28 W
Section 4.2
Failsafe Relay Specifications
Parameter
Value (Resistive Load)
Max Switching Voltage
240 VAC, 125 VDC
Rated Switching Current
2 A @ 240 VAC, 0.15 A @ 125 VDC, 2 A @ 30 VDC
Maximum Switching Capacity
150 W, 500 VA
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Section 4.3
Supported Networking Standards
Standard
10 Mbps Ports
100 Mbps Ports
1000 Mbps
Ports
Notes
IEEE 802.3
10BaseT/10BaseFL
IEEE 802.3u
IEEE 802.3x
100BaseTX/100BaseFX
ü
ü
Flow Control
IEEE 802.3z
ü
1000BaseLX
IEEE 802.3ab
ü
1000BaseTx
IEEE 802.3ad
ü
Link Aggregation
ü
ü
IEEE 802.1D
ü
ü
ü
MAC Bridges
IEEE 802.1D
ü
ü
ü
Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)
IEEE 802.1p
ü
ü
ü
Class of Service (CoS)
IEEE 802.1Q
ü
ü
ü
VLAN (Virtual LAN) Tagging
IEEE 802.1w
ü
ü
ü
Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP)
IEEE 802.1x
ü
ü
ü
Port-Based Network Access Control
IEEE
802.1Q-2005
(formerly 802.1s)
ü
ü
ü
Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol (MSTP)
Section 4.4
Copper Ethernet Port Specifications
The following details the specifications for copper Ethernet ports that can be ordered with the RSG2200.
Section 4.4.1
Copper Gigabit Ethernet (1 Gbps) Port Specifications
NOTE
• Maximum segment length is greatly dependent on factors such as fiber quality, and the number
of patches and splices. Consult a Siemens sales associate when determining maximum segment
distances.
• All optical power numbers are listed as dBm averages.
• F51 transceivers are rated for -40 to 85 °C (-40 to 185 °F).
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Fixed Gigabit Transceivers
e
Connector
Duplex
Cable Type
RJ45
FDX/HDX
> CAT-5
e
Auto-Negotiating
f
Shielded or unshielded.
g
Auto-crossover and auto-polarity.
h
Typical distance. Dependent on the number of connectors and splices.
i
RMS 1 minute.
f
Wiring Standard
g
TIA/EIA T568A/B
Maximum
h
Distance
Isolation
100 m (328 ft)
1.5 kV
i
SFP Gigabit Transceivers
j
Connector
Duplex
RJ45
FDX/HDX
j
Auto-Negotiating
k
Shielded or unshielded.
l
Auto-crossover and auto-polarity.
k
l
Cable Type
Wiring Standard
Maximum Distance
> CAT-5
TIA/EIA T568A/B
100 m (328 ft)
m
Isolation
1.5 kV
m
RMS 1 minute.
Section 4.5
Fiber Optic Ethernet Port Specifications
The following sections list specifications of the optical transceivers used in the fiber Ethernet modules available
for the RSG2200:
• Section 4.5.1, “10FL Ethernet Optical Specifications”
• Section 4.5.2, “Fast Ethernet (10/100 Mbps) Optical Specifications”
• Section 4.5.3, “Gigabit Ethernet (1 Gbps) Optical Specifications”
Section 4.5.1
10FL Ethernet Optical Specifications
n
Mode
Connector
Type
MM
ST
Cable
Type (µm)
62.5/125
50/125
n
Tx λ (nm)
850
Tx min
(dBm)
Tx max
(dBm)
-16
-9
-19.8
-12.8
Rx
Sensitivity
(dBm)
Rx
Saturation
(dBm)
Distance
(typ.) (km)
-34
-11.2
2
Power
Budget
(dB)
18
14.2
Typical.
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Fast Ethernet (10/100 Mbps) Optical Specifications
Tx max.
(dBm)
Rx
Sensitivity
(dBm)
Rx
Saturation
(dBm)
Maximum
Distance
p
(km)
-14
-31
-14
2
-14
-31
-14
2
-14
-31
-14
2
-15
-8
-32
-3
20
17
1310
-15
-8
-31
-7
20
16
9/125
1310
-15
-8
-34
-7
20
19
SC
9/125
1310
-5
0
-34
-3
50
29
SM
LC
9/125
1310
-5
0
-35
3
50
30
SM
SC
9/125
1310
0
5
-37
0
90
37
SM
LC
9/125
1310
0
5
-37
0
90
37
MM
LC
62.5/125
1300
-19
-14
-32
-14
2
13
Mode
Connector
Type
Cable
Type (µm)
MM
ST
MM
SC
MM
MTRJ
SM
ST
9/125
1310
SM
SC
9/125
SM
LC
SM
62.5/125
50/125
62.5/125
50/125
62.5/125
50/125
o
Tx λ (nm)
Tx min.
(dBm)
-19
1300
-22.5
-19
1300
-22.5
-19
1300
-22.5
o
Typical.
p
Typical distance. Dependent on the cable type, number of connectors and number of splices.
Power
Budget
(dB)
12
8.5
12
8.5
12
8.5
Section 4.5.3
Gigabit Ethernet (1 Gbps) Optical Specifications
Fixed Gigabit Transceivers
NOTE
These transceivers utilize a distributed feedback (DFB) type laser and are rated for -20 to 85 °C (-4 to
185 °F) operation only.
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Tx
Minimum
s
(dBm)
Tx
Maximum
s
(dBm)
Rx
Sensitivity
s
(dBm)
Rx
Saturation
s
(dBm)
Maximum
Distance
t
(km)
Power
Budget
(dB)
850
-9
-2.5
-20
0
0.5
11
9/125
1310
-10
-3
-20
-3
10
10
LC
9/125
1310
-9.5
-3
-21
-3
10
11.5
SC
9/125
1310
-5
0
-20
-3
25
15
Mode
Connector
Type
MM
LC
SM
SC
SM
SM
Cable
q
Type (µm)
50/125
62.5/125
Tx λ (nm)
r
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Mode
Connector
Type
Cable
q
Type (µm)
Tx λ (nm)
SM
LC
9/125
1310
r
Tx
Minimum
s
(dBm)
Tx
Maximum
s
(dBm)
Rx
Sensitivity
s
(dBm)
Rx
Saturation
s
(dBm)
Maximum
Distance
t
(km)
Power
Budget
(dB)
-7
-3
-24
-3
25
17
q
All cabling is duplex type unless specified otherwise.
r
Typical.
s
All optical power numbers are listed as dBm averages.
t
Typical distance. The maximum segment length is greatly dependent on factors such as fiber quality, and the number of patches and splices. Consult a Siemens
sales associates when determining maximum segment distances.
SFP Gigabit Transceivers
NOTE
SFP transceivers have a temperature range of -40 to 85 °C (-40 to 185 °F), unless specified otherwise.
Mode
MM
x
Connector
Type
LC
Cable
Type (µm)
50/125
62.5/125
Tx λ (nm)
Tx
Minimum
v
(dBm)
Tx
Maximum
v
(dBm)
Rx
Sensitivity
v
(dBm)
Rx
Saturation
v
(dBm)
850
-9
-2.5
-20
0
u
Maximum
Distance
w
(km)
0.5
0.3
Power
Budget
(dB)
11
SM
LC
9/125
1310
-9.5
-3
-19
-3
10
9.5
SM
LC
9/125
1310
-7
-3
-23
-3
25
16
y
LC
9/125
1550
0
5
-23
-3
70
23
SM
u
Typical.
v
All optical power numbers are listed as dBm averages.
w
Typical distance. The maximum segment length is greatly dependent on factors such as fiber quality, and the number of patches and splices. Consult a Siemens
sales associates when determining maximum segment distances.
x
Operating temperature range of -10 to 85 °C (14 to 185 °F).
y
Operating temperature range of 0 to 70 °C (32 to 185 °F).
GBIC Gigabit Transceivers
NOTE
GBIC transceivers have a temperature range of -40 to 85 °C (-40 to 185 °F), unless specified
otherwise.
Mode
Connector
Type
Cable
Type (µm)
Tx λ (nm)
Tx
Minimum
aa
(dBm)
Tx
Maximum
aa
(dBm)
Rx
Sensitivity
aa
(dBm)
Rx
Saturation
aa
(dBm)
Maximum
Distance
ab
(km)
Power
Budget
(dB)
SM
SC
9/125
1310
-9.5
-3
-21
-3
10
11.5
SM
SC
9/125
1310
-7
-3
-24
-3
25
17
SC
9/125
1550
0
5
-23
-3
70
23
ac
SM
z
z
Typical.
aa
All optical power numbers are listed as dBm averages.
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ab
Typical distance. The maximum segment length is greatly dependent on factors such as fiber quality, and the number of patches and splices. Consult a Siemens
sales associates when determining maximum segment distances.
ac
Operating temperature range of -25 to 85 °C (-13 to 185 °F).
Section 4.6
Operating Environment
Parameter
Range
Comments
Ambient Operating Temperature
-40 to 85 °C (-40 to 185 °F)
Ambient Temperature as measured from a 30 cm
radius surrounding the center of the enclosure.
Ambient Relative Humidity
5% to 95%
Non-condensing
Ambient Storage Temperature
-40 to 85 °C (-40 to 185 °F)
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Parameter
Value
Dimensions
Refer to Chapter 5, Dimension Drawings
Weight
4.8 kg (10.6 lbs)
Ingress Protection
IP40 (1 mm or 0.04 in objects)
Enclosure
18 AWG Galvanized Steel
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Dimension Drawings
NOTE
All dimensions are in millimeters, unless otherwise stated.
NOTE
Dimensional tolerances are in accordance with ISO 2768-mK, unless otherwise stated.
303.28
44.45 ± 0.8
285.24
438.15
Figure 31: Overall Dimensions
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25.40
32.76
21.08
11.68
4.57
Figure 32: Rack Mount Dimensions
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6.35
31.75
308.10
314.71
28.96
461.01
6.35
51.05
12.70
479.29
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486.4
476.3
38.9
51.6
Installation Guide
134.4
159.8
84.1
80.0
158.0
125.5
127.5
10.4
7.4
11.7
Figure 33: Panel and DIN Rail Mount Dimensions
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Certification
The RSG2200 device has been thoroughly tested to guarantee its conformance with recognized standards and
has received approval from recognized regulatory agencies.
• Section 6.1, “Agency Approvals”
• Section 6.2, “FCC Compliance”
• Section 6.3, “Industry Canada Compliance”
• Section 6.4, “EMI and Environmental Type Tests”
Section 6.1
Agency Approvals
Agency
Standards
Comments
CSA
CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1, UL 60950-1
Approved
CE
EN 60950-1, EN 61000-6-2, EN
60825-1, EN 55022 Class A, EN 50581
CE Compliance is claimed via
Declaration of Self Conformity Route
FCC
FCC Part 15, Class A
Approved
FDA/CDRH
21 CFR Chapter I, Sub-chapter J
Approved
ISO
ISO9001:2008
Designed and manufactured using an
ISO9001:2008 certified quality program
Section 6.2
FCC Compliance
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device pursuant to Part
15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference
when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of
this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required
to correct the interference on his own expense.
Section 6.3
Industry Canada Compliance
CAN ICES-3 (A) / NMB-3 (A)
Agency Approvals
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Section 6.4
EMI and Environmental Type Tests
The RSG2200 has passed the following EMI and environmental tests.
IEC 61850-3 EMI Type Tests
NOTE
• In the case of an all fiber port configuration, this product meets all Class 2 requirements. Otherwise,
all Class 1 requirements are met for copper ports.
• If the unit contains copper ports, the IEC 1613 conformance is Class 1, during which disturbance
errors may occur but recovery is automatic.
• If the unit contains all fiber ports, the IEC 1613 conformance is Class 2, during which no disturbance
errors will occur.
Test
IEC 61000-4-2
Description
ESD
Test Levels
Severity Levels
Enclosure Contact
+/- 8 kV
4
Enclosure Air
+/- 15 kV
IEC 61000-4-3
Radiated RFI
Enclosure Ports
20 V/m
Note
a
IEC 61000-4-4
Burst (Fast Transient)
Signal Ports
+/- 4 kV @ 2.5 kHz
Note
a
DC Power Ports
+/- 4 kV
4
Signal Ports
+/- 4 kV Line-to-Earth,
+/- 2 kV Line-to-Line
4
DC Power Ports
+/- 2 kV Line-to-Earth,
+/- 1 kV Line-to-Line
3
AC Power Ports
+/- 4 kV Line-to-Earth,
+/- 2 kV Line-to-Line
4
Signal Ports
10 V
3
40 A/m, continuous,
1000 A/m for 1 s
Note
1000 A/m for 1 s
5
AC Power Ports
Earth Ground Ports
IEC 61000-4-5
IEC 61000-4-6
Surge
Induced (Conducted) RFI
DC Power Ports
AC Power Ports
Earth Ground Ports
IEC 61000-4-8
IEC 61000-4-29
Magnetic Field
Voltage Dips and
Interrupts (DC
Power Ports)
Enclosure Ports
DC Power Ports
a
30% for 0.1 s
60% for 0.1 s
100% for 0.05 s
AC Power Ports
30% for 1 period
60% for 50 periods
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IEC 61000-4-11
IEC 61000-4-12
Test Levels
Voltage Dips and
Interrupts (A. C.
Power Ports)
AC Power Ports
Damped Oscillatory
Signal Ports
Severity Levels
100% for 5 periods
100% for 50 periods
DC Power Ports
2.5 kV Common,
1 kV Differential
Mode @1 MHz
3
30 V Continuous,
300 V for 1s
4
3
AC Power Ports
IEC 61000-4-16
Mains Frequency Voltage
Signal Ports
DC Power Ports
IEC 61000-4-17
Ripple on DC
Power Supply
DC Power Ports
10%
IEC 60255-5
Dialiectric Strength
Signal Ports
2 kVAC (FailSafe Relay Output)
DC Power Ports
1.5 kVDC
AC Power Ports
2 kVAC
Signal Ports
5 kV (Fail-Safe
Relay Output)
DC Power Ports
5 kV
H.V. Impulse
AC Power Ports
IEC 1613/C37.90
Dialiectric Strength
H.V. Impulse
IEC 1613/C37.90.1
Oscillatory
Fast Transient
Signal Ports
5 kV (Fail-Safe
Relay Output)
DC Power Ports
5 kV
AC Power Ports
5 kV
Signal Ports
2 kVAC
DC Power Ports
1.5 kVDC
AC Power Ports
2 kVAC
Signal Ports
2.5 kV Common
Mode @1 MHz
DC Power Ports
AC Power Ports
2.5 kV Common,
1 kV Differential
Mode @1 MHz
Signal Ports
+/- 4 kV @ 2.5 kHz
DC Power Ports
+/- 4 kV
AC Power Ports
Earth Ground Ports
a
IEEE C37.90.2
Radiated RFI
Enclosure Ports
35 V/m
IEC 1613/C37.90.3
ESD
Enclosure Contact
+/- 2 kV, +/- 4 kV, +/- 8 kV
Enclosure Air
+/- 4 kV, +/- 8
kV, +/- 15 kV
Siemens-specified severity levels
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IEEE 1613 (C37.90.x) EMI Immunity Type Tests
NOTE
The RSG2200 meets Class 2 requirements for an all-fiber configuration and Class 1 requirements for
copper ports.
Test
IEEE C37.90.3
Description
ESD
Test Levels
Enclosure Contact
+/-8 kV
Enclosure Air
+/-15 kV
IEEE C37.90.2
Radiated RFI
Enclosure Ports
35 V/m
IEEE C37.90.1
Fast Transient
Signal Ports
+/- 4 kV @ 2.5 kHz
DC Power Ports
+/- 4 kV
AC Power Ports
+/- 4 kV
Earth Ground Ports
+/- 4 kV
Signal Ports
2.5 kV Common Mode @1MHz
DC Power Ports
2.5 kV common, 1 kV
differential mode @ 1 MHz
AC Power Ports
2.5 kV common, 1 kV
differential mode @ 1 MHz
Signal Ports
5 kV (Fail-Safe Relay Output)
DC Power Ports
5 kV
AC Power Ports
5 kV
Signal Ports
2 kVAC
DC Power Ports
1.5 kVDC
AC Power Ports
2 kVAC
Oscillatory
IEEE C37.90
IEEE C37.90
H.V. Impulse
Dielectric Strength
Environmental Type Tests
Test
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Description
Test Levels
IEC 60068-2-1
Cold Temperature
Test Ad
-40 °C (-40 °F), 16 Hours
IEC 60068-2-2
Dry Heat
Test Bd
85 °C (185 °F), 16 Hours
IEC 60068-2-30
Humidity (Damp Heat, Cyclic)
Test Db
95% (non-condensing),
55 °C (131 °F), 6 cycles
IEC 60068-21-1
Vibration
2g @ 10-50 Hz
IEC 60068-21-2
Shock
30 g @ 11 ms
EMI and Environmental Type Tests