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Instruction Manual
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S713D
FIBER-OPTIC
10BASE-T NETWORK TRANSMISSION SYSTEM
Federal Communications Commission
and Industry Canada Radio Frequency
Interference Statements
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used properly in strict accordance
with the instructions contained herein, may cause interference to
radio communication. It has been tested and found to comply with
the limits for Class A computing devices in accordance with the specifications found in Subpart J of Part 15 of FCC rules, which are
designed to provide reasonable protection against such interference
when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause
interference, in which case the user will be required to take whatever means may be necessary to correct the interference at his own
expense.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate
the equipment.
This apparatus does not exceed the Class A limits for radio noise
emission set out in the Radio Interference Regulation of Industry of
Canada.
Cet appareil numerique de la classe A respecte toutes les exigences
du Reglement sur le materiel brouilleur du Canada.
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PART 15
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INSTRUCTION
MANUAL
MODEL S713D
10-B
BASE-T
T NETWORK TRANSMISSION SYSTEM
GENERAL
This manual is a guide to the installation and operation of the
S713D series fiber optic 10Base-T network transmission system. Please read the entire manual before installing the equipment.
NOTE: The series numbers S713D will be used to describe all
models unless noted otherwise.
The S713D system provides fiber-optic transmission of
10Base-T Ethernet data over distances up to 2 km. The system
operates over two multimode fibers. Data is transmitted in both
directions. All S713D units include automatic polarity correction and switch selectable crossover. Rack cards also feature an
audible alarm function.
A complete system consists of two transceivers. Units are
designed for standalone operation or for installation in Fiber
Options’ 503, 515R1 or 517R1 Card Cages.
Unpacking the Unit
In the event that anything is missing from the following list,
contact your authorized Fiber Options dealer or representative.
S713D Transceiver
Instruction manual
Save the original packing materials in case it becomes necessary to return the unit.
BASIC SYSTEM DIAGRAM
10Base-T Data In
10Base-T Data Out
S713D
two
optical fibers
S713D
10Base-T Data Out
10Base-T Data In
INSTALLATION
Installation Considerations
This fiber-optic link is supplied as a standalone module or as a
rack card. Units should be installed in dry locations protected
from extremes of temperature and humidity.
1. Determine where the module will be installed, and ensure
that there is adequate space at both ends for making the various
cable connections and for reading the diagnostic LEDs.
Standalone Modules
2. Attach the mounting plate to a flat surface using two mounting screws. Once the plate is securely attached, align the tabs
in the plate with the holes in the rear of the module and apply
downward pressure until the module snaps in place.
Standalone modules are provided with a mounting plate with
holes for two No. 6 flat head screws (3-mm or 3.5-mm). The
type of screws must be suitable for the surface where a module
will be mounted. See Figure 1.
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FIGURE 1: STANDALONE MODULE MOUNTING PLATE
1.625 in.
(41.3 mm)
2.625 in.
(66.7 mm)
3.0 in.
(76.2 mm)
Rack Cards
503H Horizontal Card Cage
Rack cards are designed to be installed in one of Fiber Options’
19-inch (483-mm) EIA standard card-cage racks, either the
503H, 515R1, or the 517R1. Follow these guidelines to install
rack cards after performing the MODULE SETUP procedures.
CAUTION: The rack card module can only be powered by
13.5 - 16 VDC. AC power must not be used.
515R1 and 517R1 Card Cage Racks
CAUTION: Although rack cards are hot-swappable and may
be installed without turning off power to the rack, Fiber
Options recommends that the power switch on the rack power
supply be turned OFF and that the rack power supply is disconnected from any power source.
1. Make sure that the card is oriented right-side up, and slide
it into the card guides in the rack until the edge connector at the
back of the card seats in the corresponding slot in the rack’s
connector panel. Seating may require thumb pressure on the
top and bottom of the card’s front panel.
CAUTION: Take care not to press on any of the LEDs.
2. Tighten the two thumb screws on the card until the front
panel of the card is seated against the front of the rack.
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CAUTION: Fiber Options recommends that the card cage is
not connected to any power source during installation.
1. Look inside the card cage to determine the location of the
socket for the edge connector on the card. Orient the card so
that it will seat in the socket, and slide it into the card guides in
the card cage until the edge connector at the back of the card
seats in the socket. Seating may require thumb pressure on the
top and bottom of the card’s front panel.
CAUTION: Take care not to press on any of the LEDs.
2. Tighten the two thumb screws on the card until the front
panel of the card is seated against the front of the card cage.
MODULE SETUP
Alarm Jumper
Rack cards are supplied with an alarm function that activates if
the optical signal input to the receiver fails. The alarm is
always indicated on the front panel of the card by a red
LEVEL/LOSSTM LED.
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The alarm may also be output to the rack power supply, where
a sonalert (audible alarm) and alarm output contact closure
may be activated.
3. Fasten the fiber optic cable to the port. As a convenience to
the installer, one-fiber units have been fitted with an angled
optical connector to permit easy access.
The alarm is set to ON at the factory with jumper W1 installed
on the center and left-hand pins. If the alarm output is not
desired, move jumper W1 to the OFF position (center and
right-hand pins). Refer to Figure 2.
Power Connections
NOTE: Setting the alarm to off does not affect the operation
of the LEVEL/LOSSTM LED. Loss of optical signal will
always be indicated by an unlit LEVEL/LOSSTM LED.
Switch Selectable Crossover
This feature eliminates the need to reverse, or crossover, signals in the UTP CAT5 Ethernet cable. All cables should be
pinned straight-through with no crosssover signals.
Simply connect the S713D to either a network hub or a workstation using the straight Ethernet cable and select the appropriate device on the HUB - WS switch. The S713D will cross
the signals according to the switch setting. See Figures 2
through 6 for details.
Standalone Modules
Standalone units may be powered either by 12 VAC or by
12-16 VDC. Connect input power according to the label on
the module. See Figure 3.
Rack Modules
Power connections are made automatically when the card is
installed. To supply power to the rack, connect the rack power
supply to an AC outlet and set the power switch to ON.
SMARTSTM DIAGNOSTICS
The S713D has built in Status Monitoring And Reliability Test
System (SMARTSTM) diagnostic capabilities. This includes
LED indicators for monitoring data and optical status. They
are described in the following sections.
LED Operation
CONNECTIONS
Data Connections
Plug the 10Base-T cable into the RJ-45 connector on the
S713D. See Figures 2 and 3.
Fiber Optic Cable Connection
Most cable manufacturers identify the individual fibers in the
cable. Select appropriately terminated fiber and mark both
ends with unique identification label (e.g. for cable no. 03,
fiber no. 08) to ensure that the fiber connected to the near end
is the same one that is connected to the far end.
The proper optical connection will link the transmitter's
TRANSMIT (OUT) port to the receiver's RECEIVE (IN) port.
See Figures 2 and 3.
1. Wipe the inside of the port’s sleeve with a lint-free pipe
cleaner moistened with reagent-grade isopropyl alcohol. Blow
dry with dry air.
2. Clean the connector using a lint-free cloth dampened with
alcohol to thoroughly wipe the side and end of the ferrule.
Blow the ferrule dry with dry air. Visually inspect the ferrule
for lint.
Refer to the Table 1 for an explanation of how to diagnose system faults using the LEDs built into the units.
The S713D has 5 LED indicators that are very useful in
describing the current state of operation, as well as the current
status of data flow and fiber optic signal strength.
These indicators are LEVEL/LOSSTM, LINK STATUS, DATA
IN, DATA OUT, and POLARITY DISPARITY. See Figure 7.
They function as follows:
LEVEL/LOSSTM Indicator
The LEVEL/LOSSTM LED indicates the relative optical signal strength at the fiber optic receiver. The LED is off when
the optical signal level drops below the sensitivity threshold.
The LED is green when the optical signal level is sufficient
(above the sensitivity threshold).
LINK STATUS Indicator
The LINK STATUS LED monitors the network to determine if
link pulses are present. The LED is green when link pulses are
being received from the link partner, indicating the link is
operational. The LED is off in the absence of link pulses. This
LED is only active when the LEVEL/LOSSTM LED is green.
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FIGURE 2: S713D RACK CARD
A
B
C
WS
W1
D
HUB
ON OFF
Item
A
B
C
D
E
E
Legend
Description
Optical RECEIVE Connector
Optical TRANSMIT Connector
RJ-45 Connector
Hub/WS Switch
Alarm jumper W1
FIGURE 3: STANDALONE MODULE
D
A
B
1
C
Item
A
B
C
D
E
E
Legend
Description
RJ-45 Connector
Hub/WS Switch
Power Connector
Optical RECEIVE Connector
Optical TRANSMIT Connector
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Pin
1
2
3
4
Power Connections
Function
+12 – 16 VDC
12 VAC
12 VAC
Ground
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FIGURE 4: SW1 SETTINGS - WORKSTATION TO WORKSTATION*
Workstation
(Computer)
UTP CAT5
Ethernet
Two Multimode
Optical Fibers
S713D
S713D
SW1=WS
SW1=WS
UTP CAT5
Ethernet
Workstation
(Computer)
*NOTE: All external cables are straight, one-to-one connections.
FIGURE 5: SW1 SETTINGS - HUB TO HUB*
Hub
UTP CAT5
Ethernet
Two Multimode
Optical Fibers
S713D
S713D
SW1=HUB
SW1=HUB
UTP CAT5
Ethernet
Hub
*NOTE: All external cables are straight, one-to-one connections.
FIGURE 6: SW1 SETTINGS - WORKSTATION TO HUB*
Workstation
(Computer)
UTP CAT5
Ethernet
Two Multimode
Optical Fibers
S713D
S713D
SW1=WS
SW1=HUB
UTP CAT5
Ethernet
Hub
*NOTE: All external cables are straight, one-to-one connections.
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DATA IN Indicator
The DATA IN LED indicates 10Base-T data is being received
on the RJ-45 copper interface. The LED will flash green-off
when data is being received. The LED is off when no data is
being received.
Have the following information available: exact model number
and product code of your fiber-optic links, and a listing of the
diagnostic indicators and their respective color/condition.
DATA OUT Indicator
The DATA OUT LED indicates 10Base-T data is being
received from the fiber interface and sent out on the RJ-45
interface. The LED will flash green-off when data is being
received from the fiber interface. The LED is off when no data
is being received from the fiber interface.
Before shipping or transporting your Fiber Options unit, pack
it securely to prevent damage that could occur in transit. Use
care to protect all connectors, LEDs, and corners from possible
damage.
POL DIS Indicator
The POL DIS LED indicates the polarity of pins 1 and 2 of the
RJ-45 interface cable are reversed. The LED is off when the
polarity is correct, or green if the polarity is reversed.
If any equipment must be returned to Fiber Options for repair
or replacement, you must obtain authorization from our Return
Authorization department before shipping.
The 10Base-T protocol is not polarity sensitive and no rewiring
is necessary if the POL DIS LED is green. It is used as an alert
that the wires of the RJ-45 interface are crossed.
OPERATION
S713D links operate automatically once installed. For an
explanation of LED color codes, refer to LED OPERATION
and Table 1.
SHIPPING AND PACKAGING
RETURNS TO FIBER OPTIONS
If you are in the U.S. or Canada, call our NY headquarters at
631-567-8320 or 800-342-3748.
Customers in other countries should contact their regional representative listed on the back cover of this manual. A Return
Authorizations representative will provide full instructions for
returning your product at that time.
NOTE: All authorized returns must be clearly marked with the
Return Authorization information. Please follow the instructions completely.
MAINTENANCE
There is no operator maintenance other than keeping the units
clean.
NOTE: Fiber Options will not accept return delivery of any
product without prior authorization.
CONTACTING FIBER OPTIONS
If you cannot determine the cause of your problem and are in
the U.S. or Canada, call the Fiber Options Headquarters in
Bohemia, NY. If you are outside the U.S. or Canada, call the
closest international office listed on the back page of this manual.
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FIGURE 7: RACK MODULE FRONT PANEL
713
LVL / LOSS
LINK STATUS
DATA IN
DATA OUT
POL DIS
TABLE 1: LED DIAGNOSTIC INDICATORS
LED Name
LEVEL/
LOSS
LINK
STATUS
DATA IN
Color
Indicates/Corrective Action
Green
Sufficient optical power received. No action required.
Insufficient optical power received. Verify fiber connected & within optical budget,
receiver power on.
Link is operational and receiving link pulses from the Hub or Workstation. No
action required.
Link is not operational – no link pulses received from the Hub or Workstation.
Verify RJ-45 is connected, power is on at both ends of the link.
Off
Green
Off
Green
(Flashing)
Data received over copper. No action required.
No data received over copper. Verify the local Ethernet source is connected and
is functioning.
Data received over fiber. No action required.
Green
DATA OUT
No data received over fiber. Verify the remote Ethernet source is connected and
Off
is functioning.
Receive polarity from copper is reversed. No action required.*
Green
POL DIS
Receive polarity from copper is normal. No action required.
Off
* The POL DIS LED is for information purposes only and does not indicate an operational failure. The S713D
unit automatically corrects the Receive Polarity internally when reverse polarity is detected. The user may,
however, at his/her own discretion, re-terminate the Ethernet connection to correct the reverse polarity
condition.
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