Siemens RUGGEDCOM RSG2200 Installation guide

RuggedSwitch
RSG2200
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9-Port Modular Managed Gigabit Ethernet Switch
Installation Guide
June 2, 2011
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Federal Communications Commission Radio
Frequency Interference Statement
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.
CAUTION
This product contains a laser system and is classified as a “CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT”
CAUTION
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in
hazardous radiation exposure. 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 RuggedCom Inc. could void the user’s authority to operate
the equipment.
Should this device require service see the “Warranty and Service” section of this guide.
IMPORTANT
This product should be installed in a restricted access location where access can only be gained by service
personnel or users who have been instructed about the reasons for the restrictions applied to the location and
about any precautions that shall be taken; and access is through the use of a tool or lock and key, or other means
of security, and is controlled by the authority responsible for the location.
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
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Table of Figures ...................................................................................................................... 5
Table of Tables........................................................................................................................ 5
Product Overview .................................................................................................................... 6
3.1
Functional Overview........................................................................................... 6
3.2
Feature Highlights............................................................................................... 7
3.3
Mounting Flexibility ........................................................................................... 9
3.4
Ethernet Panel Description ............................................................................... 10
3.4.1
Fiber Optical Transceiver Orientation and Connection ............................ 11
3.5
Display Panel Description................................................................................. 12
Installation ..............................................................................................................................14
4.1
Rack Mounting.................................................................................................. 14
4.2
Panel and DIN Rail Mounting .......................................................................... 15
4.3
Power Supply Wiring and Grounding............................................................... 16
4.3.1
AC Power Supply Wiring Examples ........................................................ 18
4.3.2
DC Power Supply Wiring Examples ........................................................ 19
4.3.3
Dual Power Supplies – DC and AC Inputs............................................... 20
4.4
Dielectric Strength (HIPOT) Testing................................................................ 21
4.5
Failsafe Alarm Relay Wiring and Specifications.............................................. 22
4.6
Console Port Wiring ......................................................................................... 23
4.7
Ethernet Ports.................................................................................................... 24
4.7.1
RJ45 Twisted-Pair Data Ports................................................................... 24
4.7.2
Gigabit Ethernet 1000Base-TX Cabling Recommendations .................... 24
4.8
Pluggable optics – Installation, removal, and precautions................................ 26
4.8.1
Module Insertion – GBICs and SFPs........................................................ 26
4.8.2
GBIC Module Removal ............................................................................ 27
4.8.3
SFP Module Removal ............................................................................... 27
Technical Specifications .........................................................................................................28
5.1
Power Supply Specifications ............................................................................ 28
5.2
Failsafe Relay Specifications............................................................................ 28
5.3
Networking Standards Supported ..................................................................... 28
5.4
Copper Ethernet Port Specifications................................................................. 29
5.5
Fiber Optic Specifications................................................................................. 29
5.6
Fiber Ethernet Port Specifications .................................................................... 29
5.6.1
Fast Ethernet (10/100Mbps) Optical Specifications ................................. 29
5.6.2
Gigabit Ethernet (1000Mbps) Optical Specifications............................... 30
5.7
Operating Environment..................................................................................... 31
5.8
Mechanical Specifications ................................................................................ 32
Type Tests..............................................................................................................................33
6.1.1
IEC 61850-3 Type Tests ........................................................................... 33
6.1.2
IEEE 1613 Type Tests .............................................................................. 34
6.1.3
IEC Environmental Type Tests................................................................. 34
Agency Approvals ..................................................................................................................35
Warranty.................................................................................................................................35
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Table of Figures
1 Table of Figures
Figure 1: RSG2000 Rack mount chassis orientation options – Front and rear mount...................... 9
Figure 2: Ethernet, LED Status, and Power Panels .......................................................................10
Figure 3: Ethernet panel LED description.......................................................................................10
Figure 4: 1000LX SFP (mini-GBIC) Module and LC connector ......................................................11
Figure 5: 1000LX GBIC connector .................................................................................................11
Figure 6: 1000LX LC connector .....................................................................................................11
Figure 7: 1000LX SC connector.....................................................................................................11
Figure 8: 1000LX ST connector .....................................................................................................12
Figure 9: RSG2200 LED Display Panel .........................................................................................12
Figure 10: RSG2000 Family 19” Rack Mount Adapters .................................................................14
Figure 11: Rack mount adapter mounting location.........................................................................14
Figure 12: RSG2200 PANEL/DIN RAIL mounting diagram with.....................................................15
Figure 13: RSG2000 Series Phillips Screw Terminal Block ............................................................16
Figure 14: RSG2000 Series Phoenix Plug Terminal Block..............................................................16
Figure 15: Chassis Ground Connection ..........................................................................................16
Figure 16: AC Single Power Supply Wiring Example ......................................................................18
Figure 17: AC Dual Redundant Power Supply Wiring Example ......................................................18
Figure 18: DC Power Supply Wiring Examples ..............................................................................19
Figure 19: DC and AC Power Supply Wiring Examples .................................................................20
Figure 20: Dielectric Strength (HIPOT) Testing...............................................................................21
Figure 21: Failsafe Alarm Relay Wiring...........................................................................................22
Figure 22: Console port location on display board .........................................................................23
Figure 23: RSG2200 Console cable...............................................................................................23
Figure 24: RJ45 port pin configuration. ...........................................................................................24
Figure 25: SFP Orientation for top row and bottom row ports ........................................................26
Figure 26: Locking latch location on GBIC optical modules ...........................................................27
Figure 27: SFP Bail Latch location .................................................................................................27
Figure 28: SFP Removal................................................................................................................27
Figure 29: RSG2200 Series Mechanical Dimensions ....................................................................32
2 Table of Tables
Table 1: LED Display – Device status LED behavior definition ......................................................13
Table 2: Port Status LED behavior definition..................................................................................13
Table 3: RSG2200 Power terminal block connection description....................................................17
Table 4: RS232 over RJ45 console cable pin-out ..........................................................................23
Table 5: RJ45 Ethernet pin assignment ..........................................................................................24
Table 6: Cabling categories and 1000BaseTx compliance defined................................................25
Table 7 - IEC 61850-3 Type Tests ..................................................................................................33
Table 8 - IEEE 1613 Type Tests .....................................................................................................34
Table 9 - Environmental Type Tests ...............................................................................................34
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Product Overview
3 Product Overview
3.1 Functional Overview
The RuggedSwitch® RSG2200 is an industrially hardened, fully managed, modular, Ethernet switch
specifically designed to operate reliably in electrically harsh and climatically demanding utility
substation and industrial environments. The RSG2200’s superior ruggedized hardware design
coupled with the RuggedSwitch® Operating System (ROS®) provides improved system reliability
and advanced networking features making it ideally suited for creating Ethernet networks for
mission-critical, real-time, control applications.
The RSG2200’s modular flexibility offers 1000BaseX fiber and 10/100/1000BaseTX copper port
combinations. Optional front or rear mount connectors make theRSG2200 highly versatile for any
application and can support multiple fiber connectors (SFP, GBIC, LC, SC) without loss of port
density. The RSG2200 is packaged in a rugged galvanized steel enclosure with industrial grade
DIN, panel, or 19" rack mount mounting options.
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3.2 Feature Highlights
Ethernet Ports
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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 optical connectors: LC, SC, SFP, GBIC
Long haul optics allow Gigabit distances up to 70km
Cyber Security Features
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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
RuggedRated™ for Reliability in Harsh Environments
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Immunity to EMI and heavy electrical surges
o Zero-Packet-Loss™ Technology
o Meets IEEE 1613 Class 2 (electric utility substations)
o Exceeds IEC 61850-3 (electric utility substations)
o Exceeds IEEE 61800-3 (variable speed drive systems)
o Exceeds IEC 61000-6-2 (generic industrial environment)
o Exceeds NEMA TS-2 (traffic control equipment)
-40 to +85°C operating temperature (no fans)
Conformal coated printed circuit boards (optional)
18 AWG galvanized steel enclosure
Hazardous Location Certification: Class 1 Division 2
Universal Power Supply Options
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Fully integrated, dual-redundant (optional) power supplies
Universal high-voltage range: 88-300VDC or 85-264VAC
Popular low voltage DC ranges: 12, 24 or 48 VDC
Screw or pluggable terminal blocks for reliable,
connections
CSA/UL 60950 safety approved to +85°C
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Rugged Operating System (ROS®) Networking Features
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Simple plug and play operation: automatic learning, negotiation, and
crossover detection
MSTP 802.1Q-2005 (formerly 802.1s)
RSTP (Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol) support: IEEE 802.1w
eRSTP™ (Enhanced Rapid Spanning Tree) support, <5ms network fault
recovery
QoS (Quality of Service) support: IEEE 802.1p, for real-time traffic
VLAN (Virtual LAN) support: IEEE 802.1Q with double tagging
GVRP (GARP VLAN Registration Protocol) support: IEEE 802.1D
GMRP (GARP Multicast Registration Protocol) support: IEEE 802.1D
Link Aggregation support: IEEE 802.3ad
IGMP Snooping for multicast filtering
Port rate limiting and broadcast storm limiting
Port configuration, status, statistics, mirroring, security
Loss of link management on fiber ports
SNTP time synchronization (both client and server)
Industrial automation features (e.g. Modbus)
Rugged Operating System (ROS®) Management Features
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Secure Web-based management interface
Console menu and Command Line management interfaces via SSH, RSH,
and Telnet
SNMP v1, v2c, and v3
RMON (Remote MONitoring)
Rich set of diagnostics with logging and alarms
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3.3 Mounting Flexibility
The RSG2000 series of products have been designed with maximum mounting and display
flexibility. Customers can order an RSG2000 series switch that can be mounted in a standard 19”
rack, 1” DIN Rail, or directly onto a panel. For rack mount installations, the RSG2000 series can
be ordered with connectors on the front of the unit, or can located on the rear of the chassis to
allow for all data and power cabling to be installed and connected at the rear of the rack. See
Figure 1 for rack mount orientation examples.
Figure 1: RSG2000 Rack mount chassis orientation options – Front and rear mount.
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Power Terminal Block
I/O Ports
Ethernet Port
Ethernet Ports
LED Display Panel
Ethernet Ports
Figure 2: Ethernet, LED Status, and Power Panels
3.4 Ethernet Panel Description
Each Ethernet module is equipped with an LED per port that indicate link/activity status
information. The LED will be solid for ports with link, and will blink for activity. The diagram in
Figure 3 highlights the port and the associated link/activity LED.
Figure 3: Ethernet panel LED description
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3.4.1 Fiber Optical Transceiver Orientation and Connection
Depending on the order code of the product, the RSG2000 series products can be equipped with
several different types of fiber optic ports. The Transmit (TX) and Receive (RX) connections of
each port must be properly connected and matched for proper link and operation. Modules
populated on the top row of the device typically have locking mechanisms or tabs towards the top
of the unit. Modules located on the bottom row of the device have locking mechanisms or tabs
towards the bottom of the device.
The drawings in the following figures show each fiber optical connector style with a side and top
view to allow the user to identify the proper cable connection orientation. If modules are populated
on the bottom row of the device, the transceiver orientation will be reversed (ie RX and TX will be
reversed).
Figure 4: 1000LX SFP (mini-GBIC) Module and
LC connector
Figure 5: 1000LX GBIC connector
Figure 7: 1000LX SC connector
Figure 6: 1000LX LC connector
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Figure 8: 100FX ST connector
3.5 Display Panel Description
The RSG2000 series products are equipped with a versatile display panel, shown in Figure 9,
which is designed to provide quick status information for each port, as well as the entire device to
allow for simple diagnostics and troubleshooting. It features:
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RS232 console port for ‘out of band’ console access and configuration
Power supply and Alarm status indicators
Convenient port status indicators conveying Link-Activity, Duplex, or Speed via pushbutton control.
System reset via push-button if held for 5 seconds
Figure 9: RSG2200 LED Display Panel
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Device status LEDs exist to provide a quick visual indicator to operators for operational status of
the unit. Table 1 defines the possible LED colours and the corresponding description.
LED
Colour
Description
Green
Red
Off
Red
Power supply operating normal
Power supply failure
No power supply installed
Alarm exist – login to web management interface to
determine alarm code
Alarm
Off
No alarms exist
Table 1: LED Display – Device status LED behavior definition
PS1 / PS2
The port-based LEDs can be cycled between three display modes: Status, Duplex, and Speed.
Pushing the mode button causes the display mode to be cycled.
Mode
Colour
Green (Solid)
Status
Green (Blinking)
Off
Green (Solid)
Duplex
Orange (Solid)
Off
Green (Blinking)
Green (Solid)
Speed
Orange (Solid)
Off
Table 2: Port Status LED behavior definition
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Link
Activity
No link
Full-Duplex operation
Half-Duplex operation
No link
1000Mb/s
100Mb/s
10Mb/s
No link
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4 Installation
4.1 Rack Mounting
Figure 10: RSG2000 Family 19” Rack Mount Adapters
Figure 11: Rack mount adapter mounting location
The RSG2000 family of products can be rack mounted using the included rack mount adapter
assemblies shown in Figure 10. Secure the rack mount adapter to the front side of the chassis
using the included black PAN head Phillips screws in the positions shown in Figure 11. The entire
chassis can then be mounted to a standard 19” rack. An additional two rack mount adapters are
included to optionally secure the rear of the chassis in high-vibration, or seismically active
locations.
Note: Since heat within the RS2000 is channeled to the enclosure, it is recommended that 1 rackunit of space (1.75”) be kept unpopulated and free of equipment above each RS2000 series
product to allow for a small amount of convectional airflow. Although forced airflow is not
necessary, any increase in airflow will result in a reduction of ambient temperature that will improve
long-term reliability of all equipment mounted within the rack space.
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4.2 Panel and DIN Rail Mounting
The RSG2200 series products can be ordered as a Panel/DIN mount chassis. Both options
involve the use of the panel/DIN adapters to be mounted on each side of the chassis enclosure.
The adapter allows for the chassis to be mounted on the standard 1” DIN rail using the grooves in
the adapter, secured using the included Phillips screw. See Figure 12 for a PANEL/DIN mount
diagram.
Figure 12: RSG2200 PANEL/DIN RAIL mounting diagram (connectors at top)
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4.3 Power Supply Wiring and Grounding
Philips Screw Terminal with Cover
Safety Cover
Philips Screw Terminal without Cover
Safety Cover Chassis Ground
Screws
Connection
Surge / Chassis
Ground Jumper
Terminal
Figure 13: RSG2000 Series Phillips Screw Terminal Block
Phoenix Plug Terminal with Cover
Safety Cover
Phoenix Plug Terminal without Cover
Safety Cover
Screws
Chassis Ground Surge / Chassis
Ground Jumper
Connection
Terminal
Figure 14: RSG2000 Series Phoenix Plug Terminal Block
The RSG2200 family supports dual redundant power supplies – “Power Supply 1 (PS1)” and
“Power Supply 2 (PS2)”. The connections for PS1, PS2 and the fail-safe relay are located on the
terminal block as shown in Figure 13 and Figure 14.
The RSG2000 Family chassis ground connection, shown in Figure 15, uses a #6-32 screw. It is
recommended to terminate the ground connection in a #6 ring lug, and to use a torque setting not
exceeding 15 in.lbs (1.7 Nm).
#6-32 screw with
ext. washer.
#6 ring lug
stainless steel standoff
Figure 15: Chassis Ground Connection
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The RSG2200 family can be equipped with either a Phillips Screw Terminal Block or a Phoenix
Plug Terminal Block. The Phillips Screw Terminal Block has Phillips screws with a compression
plate allowing either bare wire connections or crimped terminal lugs. We recommend the use of #6
size ring lugs to ensure secure, reliable connections under severe shock or vibration. Both terminal
blocks have a safety cover which must be removed via two Phillips screws before connecting any
wires. The safety cover must be re-attached after wiring to ensure personnel safety. Refer to Table
3 below for a description of each terminal as well as sections 4.3.1 through 4.3.3 for wiring
examples.
Terminal #
Description
Usage
PS1 Live / + is connected to the positive (+) terminal if the
power source is DC or to the (Live) terminal if the power
source is AC.
PS1 Surge Ground is connected to the Chassis Ground via
a jumper on the terminal block. Surge Ground is used as the
ground conductor for all surge and transient suppression
2
PS1 Surge Ground
circuitry. NOTE: Surge Ground must be disconnected
from Chassis Ground during HIPOT (dielectric strength)
testing.
PS1 Neutral / - is connected to the negative (-) terminal if
the power source is DC or to the (Neutral) terminal if the
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PS1 Neutral / power source is AC.
Chassis Ground is connected to the Safety Ground
terminal for AC inputs or the equipment ground bus for DC
4
Chassis Ground
inputs. Chassis ground connects to both power supply surge
grounds via a removable jumper.
PS2 Live / + is connected to the positive (+) terminal if the
power source is DC or to the (Live) terminal if the power
5
PS2 Live / +
source is AC.
PS2 Surge Ground is connected to the Chassis Ground via
a jumper on the terminal block. Surge Ground is used as the
ground conductor for all surge and transient suppression
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PS2 Surge Ground
circuitry. NOTE: Surge Ground must be disconnected
from Chassis Ground during HIPOT (dielectric strength)
testing.
PS2 Neutral / - is connected to the negative (-) terminal if
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PS2 Neutral / the power source is DC or to the (Neutral) terminal if the
power source is AC.
8
Relay NO Contact
Normally open, failsafe relay contact.
9
Relay Common
Failsafe relay common contact.
10
Relay NC Contact
Normally closed, failsafe relay contact.
Table 3: RSG2200 Power terminal block connection description
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4.3.1 AC Power Supply Wiring Examples
Figure 16: AC Single Power Supply Wiring
Example
Figure 17: AC Dual Redundant Power Supply
Wiring Example
Notes:
1. 100-240VAC rated equipment: A 250VAC appropriately rated circuit breaker must be
installed.
2. Equipment must be installed according to the applicable country wiring codes.
3. When equipped with two HI voltage power supplies, independent AC sources can be
used to power the product for greater redundancy.
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4.3.2 DC Power Supply Wiring Examples
Figure 18: DC Power Supply Wiring Examples
Notes:
1. 125/250VDC rated equipment: A 300VDC appropriately rated circuit breaker must
be installed.
2. A circuit breaker is not required for 12, 24 or 48 VDC rated power supplies.
3. For dual DC power supplies, Separate circuit breakers must be installed and
separately identified.
4. Equipment must be installed according to the applicable country wiring codes.
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4.3.3 Dual Power Supplies – DC and AC Inputs
Figure 19: DC and AC Power Supply Wiring Examples
Notes:
1. 125/250VDC rated equipment: A 300VDC appropriately rated circuit breaker must
be installed.
2. 100-240VAC rated equipment: A 250VAC appropriately rated circuit breaker must
be installed.
3. A circuit breaker is not required for 12, 24 or 48 VDC rated power supplies.
4. Separate circuit breakers must be installed and separately identified.
5. Equipment must be installed according to the applicable country wiring codes.
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4.4 Dielectric Strength (HIPOT) Testing
For dielectric strength (HIPOT) testing in the field, users must remove the metal jumper located on
terminal 2, 4, and 6 of the power supply terminal block. This metal jumper connects transient
suppression circuitry to chassis ground and must be removed in order to avoid damage to transient
suppression circuitry during HIPOT testing. Figure 20 shows the proper HIPOT test connections
and should be followed to avoid damage to the device.
Figure 20: Dielectric Strength (HIPOT) Testing
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4.5 Failsafe Alarm Relay Wiring and Specifications
The “Failsafe” output relay is provided to signal critical error conditions that may occur on the
RSG2200 series products. The contacts are energized upon power up of the unit and remain
energized until a critical error occurs. The proper relay connections are shown in Figure 21.
Control of the output is user selectable and can be programmed via the Rugged Operating System
(ROS). One common application for this output is to signal an alarm if a power failure or removal of
control power occurs.
Figure 21: Failsafe Alarm Relay Wiring
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4.6 Console Port Wiring
A RS232 console port for configuration and management of the device is located on the LED
display module shown in Figure 22. This port is intended to be a temporary connection during
initial configuration or troubleshooting and allows for direct access to the serial-based management
console. The connection is made using the DB9-Female to RJ45 console cable included in the
device packaging shown in Figure 23. Console connection settings are: 57600 baud, no parity
bits, 8 data bits, and 1 stop bit.
Figure 22: Console port location on display board
Figure 23: RSG2200 Console cable
For user reference, the console cable pin-out is show in Table 5.
RuggedCom RS232 over RJ45 pin-out specification
Signal Name (PC is DTE)
DB9- Female
DCD – Carrier detect
1
RxD – Receive data (to DTE)
2
TxD – Transmit data (from DTE)
3
DTR – Data terminal ready
4
Signal GND
5
DSR – Data set ready
6
RTS – Ready to send
7
CTS – Clear to send
8
RI – Ring Indicator
9
Table 4: RS232 over RJ45 console cable pin-out
RJ45 Male
2
5
6
3
4
1*
8
7
1*
After initial configuration, the device can be configured via a number of new mechanisms such as
Telnet, SSH and the built-in web server. Consult the ROS® User Guide for further details.
NOTE: This port is not intended to be a permanent connection and the cable shall be less than 2m
(6.5 ft) in length.
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4.7 Ethernet Ports
4.7.1 RJ45 Twisted-Pair Data Ports
RS2000 series Ethernet switches are equipped with at least 24 10/100BaseTX ports that allow
connection to standard CAT-5 UTP cable with RJ45 male connectors. All RS2000 series RJ45
RuggedSwitch products feature auto-negotiation, auto-polarity, and auto-crossover functions. The
RJ45 receptacles can also accept and take advantage of screened (commonly known as
“shielded”) cabling. Figure 24 shows the RJ45 port pins configuration.
Pin 8
Pin 1
Figure 24: RJ45 port pin configuration.
10/100BaseTx Pin-out
Pin
Description
1
RX +
2
RX 3
TX +
6
TX 4, 5, 7, 9
NC
Table 5: RJ45 Ethernet pin assignment
4.7.2 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 meters using 4 pairs of category 5 (or higher) balanced unshielded twistedpair 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. To
ensure reliable, error-free data communications, new and pre-existing communication paths should
be verified for TIA/EIA-568-A compliance. Table 6 summarizes cabling standards available today
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Cabling
Category
<5
5
1000BaseTx
Compliant
No
Yes
Required action
New wire infrastructure required
Verify TIA/EIA-568-A compliance
No action required. New installations should be designed with
5e
Yes
Category 5e components or higher
6
Yes
No action required
Connector
and cabling standards to be determined.
>6
Yes
Table 6: Cabling categories and 1000BaseTx compliance defined.
In general the following recommendations should be followed for copper data cabling in high
electrical noise environments:



Data cable lengths should be as short as possible, ideally limited to 3m (10ft) 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 ideally 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 optionally be used. The cable shield should be grounded at
one single point to avoid the generation of ground loops.
NOTE: RuggedCom does not recommend the use of copper cabling of any length for critical realtime substation automation applications. However, transient suppression circuitry is present on all
copper ports to protect against damage from electrical transients and to ensure IEC 61850-3 and
IEEE 1613 Class 1 conformance. This means that during the transient event communications
errors or interruptions may occur but recovery is automatic. RuggedCom also does not
recommended to use these ports to interface to field devices across distances which could produce
high levels of ground potential rise, (i.e. greater than 2500V) during line to ground fault conditions.
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4.8 Pluggable optics – Installation, removal, and precautions
The RSG2000 series of products can be ordered with pluggable optic form factors such as SFP
(Small Form-factor Pluggable) or GBIC (Gigabit Interface Converter) modules. These modules can
be safely inserted and removed while the chassis is powered and operating – this feature is also
known as “hot-swappable”. When inserting or removing optics there are several precautions that
should be taken. They include:





Ensuring that dust caps are mounted on SFP cages at all times unless a user is in the process
of inserting or removing an SFP module. The dust caps will prevent the accumulation of
residue or particles that may inhibit proper operation.
Ensuring that the user has properly discharged any possible electrostatic build-up and
electrostatic discharges (ESD). This can be accomplished by properly user ‘grounding’ via an
ESD wrist strap, or by touching earth or chassis ground before performing installation or
removal of optics. ESD can damage or shorten the life of optical modules when not plugged
into a chassis.
SFP and GBIC optical modules should always be stored in an ESD safe bag or other suitable
ESD safe environment, free from moisture and stored at proper storage temperature (–40 to
+85C).
Disconnecting all cables from SFP or GBIC module before insertion or removal of module.
Only RuggedCom Inc. certified optics should be used on RuggedCom products. Damage can
occur to optics and product if compatibility and reliability have not been properly assessed.
4.8.1 Module Insertion – GBICs and SFPs
To insert GBICs or SFPs, special attention should be taken into the proper module orientation.
Refer to Figure 25 for proper module orientation, as ports on the upper row of the product require
optics to be inserted topside-up, and ports on the lower row of the product require modules to be
inserted topside-down. GBICs should be inserted with module dust cover in place. SFPs should
be inserted with dust cover in place, and the bail-latch in the locked position. Module should gently
slide into port and should lock in place when module is fully inserted. To protect optics, dust
covers should always be installed when cables are not connected.
Figure 25: SFP Orientation for top row and bottom row ports
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4.8.2 GBIC Module Removal
GBIC Modules have two locking latches on either side of the module shown in Figure 26. To
remove GBIC module, disconnect any cable and replace with dust cover to protect the optics.
User should depress both latches simultaneously and gently pull the module from the chassis. The
module should be immediately stored in an ESD-safe environment.
Figure 26: Locking latch location on GBIC optical modules
4.8.3 SFP Module Removal
SFP Modules are removed using the metal bail latch located on the top of the module shown in
Figure 27. To remove the SFP module, disconnect any cable and replace with dust cover to
protect the optics. User should grasp bail latch and gently pull outwards to unlock and remove the
SFP module. Removal of the SFP module is shown further in Figure 28. The module should be
immediately stored in an ESD-safe environment.
Figure 27: SFP Bail Latch location
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5 Technical Specifications
5.1 Power Supply Specifications
Power Supply Type
Input Range
Min
Max
Internal
Fuse
Rating
6.3A(F) 2
3.15A(T) 2
Max. Power
Consumption3
12 – 24 VDC
10 VDC
36 VDC
48 VDC
36 VDC
59 VDC
22W
1
HI (125/250 VDC)
88 VDC 300 VDC
2A(T) 1,2
HI (110/230 VAC) 1
85 VAC 264 VAC
NOTES:
1. This is the same power supply for both AC and DC.
2. (F) Denotes fast-acting fuse, (T) denotes time-delay fuse.
3. Power consumption varies based on configuration. 10/100Base-TX ports consume roughly
1W less than fiber optic ports.
5.2 Failsafe Relay Specifications
Parameter
Value (Resistive Load)
Max Switching Voltage
Rated Switching Current
240VAC, 125VDC
2A @ 240VAC
0.15A @ 125VDC, 2A @ 30VDC
150W, 500VA
Max Switching Capacity
5.3 Networking Standards Supported
Parameter
IEEE 802.3
IEEE 802.3u
IEEE 802.3z
IEEE 802.3ab
IEEE 802.3x
IEEE 802.1D
IEEE 802.1Q
IEEE 802.1p
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10Mbps
Ports




100Mbps
Ports




1000Mbps
Ports






Notes
10BaseT / 10BaseFL
100BaseTX / 100BaseFX
1000BaseSX/LX
1000BaseTx
Full Duplex Operation
MAC Bridges
VLAN (Virtual LAN)
Priority Levels
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5.4 Copper Ethernet Port Specifications
The RSG2200 can be ordered with two-port 10/100/1000Tx modules in slots 1, 2, 3, and 4, and a
one-port 10/100/1000Tx module in 5. All copper ports have the following specifications:
Parameter
Specification
Notes
Speed
Duplex
Cable-Type
Wiring Standard
Max Distance
Connector
Isolation
10/100/1000 Mbps
FDX / HDX
> Category 5
TIA/EIA T568A/B
100m
RJ45
1.5kV
Auto-negotiating
Auto-negotiating
Shielded/Unshielded
Auto-Crossover, Auto-Polarity
RMS 1-minute
5.5 Fiber Optic Specifications
The following sections detail fiber optic specifications on ports that can be ordered with a RSG2200
series Ethernet switch. The user determines the type of optics at time of ordering, and can
determine the modules installed on a particular unit by reading the factory data file via the
RuggedSwitch ROS® user interface. The following sections detail specifications of fiber optic
modules in Gigabit Ethernet (1000Mbps).
5.6 Fiber Ethernet Port Specifications
Sections 5.6.1 and 5.6.2 list specifications of the optical transceivers used in the fiber Ethernet
modules available for the RSG2200. The specifications are organized by signaling speed and then
by order code. Module order codes are contained within each product when assembled and
configured at the factory. Consult the RuggedCom ROS® User Guide for help in obtaining the
factory configuration data.
5.6.1 Fast Ethernet (10/100Mbps) Optical Specifications
Order
Code
Mode
Connector
Type
FXA01
MM
ST
FXA02
MM
SC
FXA11
MM
LC
FXA03
MM
MTRJ
FXA04
SM
ST
50/125
9/125
FXA05
FXA06
FXA07
FXA08
FXA09
FXA10
SM
SM
SM
SM
SM
SM
SC
LC
SC
LC
SC
LC
9/125
9/125
9/125
9/125
9/125
9/125
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Cable Type
(um)
62.5/125
50/125
62.5/125
50/125
62.5/125
62.5/125
Tx λ (typ.)
(nm)
1308
1308
1310
1308
Tx min
(dBm)
-19
-22.5
-19
-22.5
-19
-19
1310
-22.5
-15
1300
1310
1310
1310
1310
1310
-15
-15
-5
-5
0
0
Tx max
(dBm)
Rx
Rx
Sensitivity Saturation
(dBm)
(dBm)
Distance
(typ.)
(km)
Power
Budget
(dB)
12
-14
-31
-14
2
-14
-31
-14
2
-14
-32
-14
2
-14
-31
-14
2
-8
-32
-3
20
8.5
17
-8
-8
0
0
5
5
-31
-34
-34
-35
-37
-37
-7
-7
-3
-3
0
0
20
20
50
50
90
90
16
19
29
30
37
37
8.5
12
8.5
13
12
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5.6.2 Gigabit Ethernet (1000Mbps) Optical Specifications
5.6.2.1 Fixed Gigabit Transceivers
Order
Code
Mode
Connector
Type
FG01
MM
LC
FG02
FG03
FG04
FG05
SM
SM
SM
SM
SC
LC
SC
LC
Cable Type
(um)
50/125
62.5/125
9/125
9/125
9/125
9/125
Tx λ (typ.)
(nm)
Tx min
(dBm)
Tx max
(dBm)
Rx
Sensitivity
(dBm)
Rx
Saturation
(dBm)
Distance
(typ.)
(km)
Power
Budget
(dB)
850
-9
-2.5
-20
0
0.5
11
1310
1310
1310
1310
-10
-9.5
-5
-7
-3
-3
0
-3
-20
-21
-20
-24
-3
-3
-3
-3
10
10
25
25
10
11.5
15
17
Tx λ (typ.)
(nm)
Tx min
(dBm)
Tx max
(dBm)
Distance
(typ.)
(km)
Power
Budget
(dB)
850
-9
-2.5
-20
0
1310
1310
1550
-9.5
-7
0
-3
-3
5
-19
-23
-23
-3
-3
-3
5.6.2.2 SFP Gigabit Transceivers
Order
Code
Mode
Connector
Type
F513
MM
LC
FG52
FG53
FG544
SM
SM
SM
LC
LC
LC
Cable Type
(um)
50/125
62.5/125
9/125
9/125
9/125
Rx
Rx
Sensitivity Saturation
(dBm)
(dBm)
0.5
0.3
10
25
70
9.5
16
23
Distance
(typ.)
(km)
Power
Budget
(dB)
11
5.6.2.3 GBIC Gigabit transceivers
Rx
Rx
Sensitivity Saturation
(dBm)
(dBm)
Order
Code
Mode
Connector
Type
Cable Type
(um)
Tx λ (typ.)
(nm)
Tx min
(dBm)
Tx max
(dBm)
FG71
SM
SC
9/125
1310
-9.5
-3
-21
-3
10
11.5
FG72
SM
SC
9/125
1310
-7
-3
-24
-3
25
17
FG735
SM
SC
9/125
1550
0
5
-23
-3
70
23
Notes:
1. Maximum segment length is greatly dependent on factors such as fiber
quality, and number of patches and splices. Please consult RuggedCom
sales associates when determining maximum segment distances.
2. All optical power figures are listed as dBm averages.
3. F51 transceivers are rated for -10 to +85°C
4. FG54 transceivers are rated for 0 to +70°C
5. FG73 transceivers are rated for -25 to +85°C
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5.7 Operating Environment
Parameter
Range
Ambient Operating
Temperature
-40 to 85C
Ambient Relative Humidity
Ambient Storage
Temperature
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5% to 95%
Comments
Ambient Temperature as
measured from a 30cm
radius surrounding the
center of the enclosure.
Non-condensing
-40 to 85C
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5.8 Mechanical Specifications
Parameter
Dimensions
Value
18.29 x 12.14 x 1.75 inches
(464.57) x (308.36) x (44.45) mm
Weight
Enclosure
Comments
(Length x Width x Height)
with mounting brackets
installed
10 lb (4.5 Kg)
18awg galvanized steel
Figure 29: RSG2200 Series Mechanical Dimensions
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6 Type Tests
6.1.1 IEC 61850-3 Type Tests
Test
Description
IEC 61000-4-2
ESD
IEC 61000-4-3
Radiated RFI
IEC 61000-4-4
Burst (Fast
Transient)
IEC 61000-4-5
Surge
IEC 61000-4-6
Induced
(Conducted) RFI
IEC 61000-4-8
Magnetic Field
IEC 61000-4-29
Voltage Dips &
Interrupts
IEC 61000-4-11
Test Levels
Enclosure Contact
Enclosure Air
Enclosure ports
Signal ports
D.C. Power ports
A.C. Power ports
Earth ground ports
Signal ports
D.C. Power ports
A.C. Power ports
Signal ports
D.C Power ports
A.C. Power ports
Earth ground ports
Signal ports
+/- 8kV
+/- 15kV
20 V/m
+/- 4kV @ 2.5kHz
+/- 4kV
+/- 4kV
+/- 4kV
+/- 4kV line-to-earth, +/- 2kV line-to-line
+/- 2kV line-to-earth, +/- 1kV line-to-line
+/- 4kV line-to-earth, +/- 2kV line-to-line
10V
10V
10V
10V
40 A/m continuous, 1000 A/m for 1 s
1000 A/m for 1 s
30% for 0.1s, 60% for 0.1s, 100% for 0.05s
30% for 1 period, 60% for 50 periods
100% for 5 periods, 100% for 50 periods 2
2.5kV common, 1kV differential mode @
1MHz
2.5kV common, 1kV differential mode @
1MHz
2.5kV common, 1kV differential mode @
1MHz
30V Continuous, 300V for 1s
D.C. Power ports
30V Continuous, 300V for 1s
4
D.C. Power ports
10%
3
Signal ports
D.C. Power ports
A.C. Power ports
Signal ports
D.C. Power ports
A.C. Power ports
2kV AC (Fail-Safe Relay output)
1.5kV DC
2kV AC
5kV (Fail-Safe Relay output)
5kV
5kV
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enclosure ports
D.C. Power ports
A.C. Power ports
Signal ports
IEC 61000-4-12
Damped
Oscillatory
D.C. Power ports
A.C. Power ports
IEC 61000-4-16
IEC 61000-4-17
Mains
Frequency
Voltage
Ripple on D.C.
Power Supply
IEC 60255-5
Dielectric
Strength
IEC 60255-5
H.V. Impulse
Table 7 - IEC 61850-3 Type Tests
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Severity
Levels
4
4
Note 1
Note 1
4
4
4
4
3
4
3
3
3
3
Note 1
5
N/A
N/A
N/A
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3
3
4
Type Tests
6.1.2 IEEE 1613 Type Tests
IEEE Test
IEEE
1613
Clause
C37.90.3
9
ESD
C37.90.2
8
Radiated RFI
C37.90.1
7
Fast Transient
C37.90.1
7
Oscillatory
C37.90
6
H.V. Impulse
C37.90
6
Dielectric Strength
Description
Test Levels
Enclosure Contact
Enclosure Air
Enclosure ports
Signal ports
D.C. Power ports
A.C. Power ports
Earth ground ports
Signal ports
D.C. Power ports
A.C. Power ports
Signal ports
D.C. Power ports
A.C. Power ports
Signal ports
D.C. Power ports
A.C. Power ports
+/- 2kV , +/- 4kV , +/- 8kV
+/- 4kV , +/- 8kV , +/- 15kV
35 V/m
+/- 4kV @ 2.5kHz
+/- 4kV
+/- 4kV
+/- 4kV
2.5kV common mode @ 1MHz
2.5kV common, 1kV differential mode @ 1MHz
2.5kV common, 1kV differential mode @ 1MHz
5 kV (Failsafe Relay)
5 kV
5 kV
2kV AC
1.5kV DC
2kV AC
Table 8 - IEEE 1613 Type Tests
Notes:


If the unit contains copper ports the IEEE 1613 conformance is Class 1 (During
disturbance errors may occur but recovery is automatic).
If the unit contains all fiber ports the IEEE 1613 conformance is Class 2 (During
disturbance no errors will occur).
6.1.3 IEC Environmental Type Tests
Test
Description
Test Levels
IEC 60068-2-1
Cold Temperature
Test Ad
-40 deg. C, 16 Hours
IEC 60068-2-2
Dry Heat
Test Bd
+85 deg. C, 16 Hours
IEC 60068-2-30
Humidity (Damp
Heat, Cyclic)
Test Db
95% (non-condensing), 55°C, 6 cycles
IEC 60255-21-1
Vibration
2g @ (10-150) Hz
IEC 60255-21-2
Shock
30g @ 11 ms
Table 9 - Environmental Type Tests
Note:
1. Ruggedcom specified security levels
2. Meets Class 2 requirements for an all fiber configuration. Class 1 for copper ports.
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7 Agency Approvals
Agency
CSA
Standards
CSA C22.2 No. 60950, UL 60950
CE
EN 60950, EN 61000-6-2
FCC
CISPR
FDA/CDRH
IEC/EN
FCC Part 15, Class A
EN55022, Class A
21 CFR Chapter 1, Subchapter J
EN60825-1:1994 + A11:1996 + A2:2001
Comments
Passed
CE Compliance is claimed
via Declaration of Self
Conformity Route
Passed
Passed
Passed
Passed
8 Warranty
RuggedCom warrants this product for a period of five (5) years from date of purchase. For
warranty details, visit http://www.ruggedcom.com/ or contact your customer service representative.
Should this product require warranty or service contact the factory at:
RuggedCom Inc.
300 Applewood Crescent
Concord, Ontario
Canada L4K 5C7
Phone: +1 905 856 5288
Fax: +1 905 856 1995
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