PD-Switch
Operation Manual
19772 Pauling • Foothill Ranch, CA 92610-2611 USA
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Document Number 52-80440-00 A0
May 2007
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Specifications
Table of Contents
Key Features:
• Broadcast Storm Protection (limited to 1% of total traffic)
• High Priority waited queuing (10:1) to prevent port blocking
• Auto MDI/MDIX
• Flow Control on all copper ports
• Far End Fault indication on fiber ports
• 1000 MAC address learning bridge with 5 minute aging
• DiffServ/ToS and PRI aware
• Non Blocking full bandwidth Layer 2 switching core
• MAX frame size of 1916 bytes
FCC Radio Frequency Interference Statement ....................................................ii
Warranty............................................................................................................ii
Notes ................................................................................................................iv
About the PD-Switch......................................................................................... 1
Installing the PD-Switch..................................................................................... 2
Port LEDs .......................................................................................................... 3
Applications ...................................................................................................... 5
Specifications .................................................................................................... 6
Safety Certifications........................................................................................... 7
Industry Standards:
IEEE 802.3af compliant power over Ethernet (PoE)
IEEE 802.3x Ethernet Standards
IEEE 802.3u Auto-Negotiations Standards
RFC-2474 and RFC-2475 DiffServ QoS
Power:
Power consumption less than 8 watts from PoE
Operating Temperature:
32° to 122° F (0° to 50° C)
Storage Temperature:
-31° to 158° F (-35° to 70° C)
Humidity:
5 to 90% (non-condensing); 0 to 10,000 ft. altitude
Dimensions:
H=0.91” W=4.30” D=4.00” (2.3 x 10.9 x 10.2 cm)
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Notes
Applications
In the following example, PD-Switches have been connected to a central (PoE) PSESwitch, extending the range of the network and increasing port density.
One PD-Switch uses the standard four RJ-45 ports to connect to the network, while
the other two use the fiber and SFP configurations to extend the network beyond
the 200m range.
Note
This product must be connected to PoE networks and is not intended for connection
to outside plant installations.
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About the PD-Switch
PD-Switch-TX/4+SFP
On units with an SFP fiber at Port 5, the FDX LED of port 4 has been re-defined as
the “FX-LNK/ACT” LED for the fiber port.
Port
LED Name
Color
Function
OFF
SFP
LNK/ACT
FEF or no link signal detected on SFP
port
SFP Port is receiving sync signal
Activity is detected on the port
AMBER
Flash AMBER
The PD-Switch is an unmanaged Ethernet powered device (IEEE 802.3af) that
allows you to increase port density and service area of Ethernet networks. As a
powered Layer 2 device, this switch receives power over the Ethernet cable instead
of using a separate power outlet, providing Ethernet service to locations without
being constrained by the availability of power outlets. The store and forward switch
function allows you to extend Ethernet service to locations a total of 200 meters
from the Ethernet source. All RJ-45 Ports auto negotiate 10/100BaseT, full/half
duplex, and automatically configure for MDI or MDIX operation. The optional
Fiber Port is fixed at 100 Mbps full duplex.
The PD-Switch provides a variety of port configurations:
• One IEEE 802.3af PoE compatible RJ-45 port (Port 1 “PD”)
• One high-priority RJ-45 port (Port 2 “VoIP”)
• And one of the following three configurations:
Configuration 1: Three additional RJ-45 data ports (all copper version)
Configuration 2: Two additional RJ-45 data ports and one SFP data port
Configuration 3: One additional RJ-45 data port and one Fiber-Optic data port
(1x9: SC or ST connector).
Port 2 (VoIP) is dedicated for high priority applications (such as VoIP). All other
RJ-45 ports provide fixed DiffServ/ToS-PRI prioritization, giving higher priority to all
traffic flagged as VoIP traffic or have a VLAN TAG with PRI>4. All RJ-45 ports
incorporate the Auto-Cross and Auto-Negotiation features. The Fiber-Optic
configuration also includes the Far End Fault feature that provides notification of
far-end link loss on the fiber port.
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Installing the PD-Switch
Port LEDs
The PD-Switch is ready to use. Simply connect the appropriate data cables to ports
2 and up. Then connect the powered Ethernet cable to Port 1 (PD).
The ports on the PD-Switch include diagnostic LEDs that indicate unique
information about the port functionality and health.
Wall-Mount Installation
The PD-Switch includes two X-shaped wall-mount holes in the enclosure. These
holes accommodate the use of screws to flush-mount the PD-Switch to a wall.
PD-Switch-TX/5
For all units with 5 copper ports, the two LEDs associated with each twisted pair
port are defined as follows:
Port
Wall-Mounting
Holes
LED Name
LNK/ACT
TX
FDX
DIN Rail Mounting
By installing the supplied DIN rail clips, you can use a DIN rail to mount several
PD-Switches in a compact area. The DIN rail clips can be installed either on the
bottom of the PD-Switch or on the side.
Color
Function
OFF
GREEN
Flash GREEN
OFF
AMBER
No link signal detected on copper port
Copper port is receiving sync signal
Activity is detected on the port
Port is operating in half duplex
Port is operating in full duplex
PD-Switch-TX/3+FX
On units with a 1x9 fiber port, the FDX LED of port 3 has been re-defined as the
“FX-LNK/ACT” LED for the fiber port. Note that the “LNK” LED requires a valid
Link signal and no Far-End-Fault (FEF) from the fiber line.
Port
1X9
LED Name
Color
Function
LNK/ACT
OFF
AMBER
Flash AMBER
FEF or no link signal detected on FX port
FX port is receiving sync signal
Activity is detected on the port
Note
When you use the side-installed location, you will need to remove the countersunk
screw from the enclosure. Then use the vacated hole for one of the DIN clip screws.
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