Ethernet Media Converter & Rack Chassis Description

Ethernet Media Converter & Rack Chassis  Description
B&B ELECTRONICS
EIS Series-1406 - 1/2
Ethernet Media Converter
& Rack Chassis
Description
The media converter provides one channel for media conversion
between 10/100BaseTX and 100BaseFX. It can be used as a standalone device or with a standard 19 inch chassis as shown below.
Features
This quick installation guide describes how to install and
use the Ethernet Media Converter and optional Rack
Chassis.
y One-channel media conversion: 10/100BaseTX & 100BaseFX
y Fiber media:
Multi-mode fiber using SC or ST connectors
Single-mode fiber using SC connectors
y Auto negotiation of speed and duplex mode on TX port
y Auto MDIX on TX port
y DIP switch configuration for:
Link-fault-pass-through
Fixed speed
Half/full duplex
y Store-and-forward mechanism
y Non-blocking full wire-speed forwarding rate
y Supports broadcast storm filtering
y Back-pressure & IEEE802.3x compliant flow control
y Front panel status LEDs
y External AC to DC power adapter (included)
y Used as a stand-alone device or with a chassis
y Hot-swappable when used with a chassis
10/100BaseTX and 100BaseFX Connectors
LED’s and DIP Switch
10/100BaseTX Connections:
LED Status:
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Regular Ports
Uplink Port
Receive Data + (input)
Receive Data – (input)
Transmit Data + (output)
NC
NC
Transmit Data – (output)
NC
NC
Transmit Data + (output)
Transmit Data – (output)
Receive Data + (input)
NC
NC
Receive Data – (input)
NC
NC
LEDs
State
Indication
PWR
Steady
Off
Steady
Off
Steady
Flashing
Off
Power on (PWR stands for POWER)
Power off
100Mbps network connection
10Mbps network connection
Network connection established(LNK stands for LINK)
Transmitting or receiving data(ACT stands for ACTIVITY)
Neither a network connection established nor
transmitting/receiving data
Connection in full duplex mode(FDX stands for FULL-DUPLEX)
Collision occurred(COL stands for COLLISION)
Connection in half-duplex mode
100
LNK/ACT
FDX/COL
Steady
Flashing
Off
DIP Switch Settings:
PRODUCT INFORMATION
Pos.
1
2
3
4
5
6
100BaseFX Connections:
DOWN (0)
Enable Link-fault-pass-through
RJ45 Auto Negotiation Enabled
RJ45 Forced to 100Mbps
RJ45 Forced to Full Duplex
Fiber Forced to Full Duplex
UP (1)
Disable Link-fault-pass-through
RJ45 Forced Mode
RJ45 Forced to 10Mbps
RJ45 Forced to Half Duplex
Fiber Forced to Half Duplex
The Tx (transmit) port of device 1
is connected to the Rx (receive)
port of device 2, and the Rx
(receive) port of device 1 to the Tx
(transmit) port of device 2.
International Headquarters: 707 Dayton Road PO Box 1040 Ottawa, IL 61350 USA
815-433-5100 Fax 433-5104 www.bb-elec.com orders@bb-elec.com support@bb-elec.com
European Headquarters: Westlink Commercial Park Oranmore Co. Galway Ireland
+353 91 792444 Fax +353 91 792445 www.bb-europe.com orders@bb-europe.com support@bb-europe.com
B&B ELECTRONICS
EIS Series-1406 - 2/2
Link-fault-pass-through
Link-Fault-Pass-Through Overview:
When two Media Converters are connected via their fiber
ports
Installation
Connecting Power:
The media converter is a plug-and-play device, so simply plug the
power supply into the converter and then the AC outlet.
Link Fault of the FX port:
A Link Fault condition will be sensed on the RJ45 port
whenever the media converter detects a Link Fault condition
on the Fiber port. (The 100, LNK/ACT, and FDX/COL LED’s
will be off.)
Link Fault of the TX port:
Media Converter A: A Link Fault condition will be sensed on
the Fiber port whenever the media converter detects a Link
Fault condition on the RJ45 port. Thus, the 100, LNK/ACT,
and FDX/COL LEDs of the RJ45 port of the Media Converter
A would be off.
Media Converter B: A Link Fault condition will be informed to
the Fiber port of the Media Converter B. Then a Link Fault
condition will be sensed on the RJ45 port of the Media
Converter B whenever the Media Converter B detects a Link
Fault condition on the Fiber port. Thus, the 100, LNK/ACT,
and FDX/COL LEDs of the Media Converter B would be off.
Link Fault of the FX port
TX Port
LEDs
FX Port
PWR 100 LNK/ACT FDX/COL LNK/ACT FDX/COL
Media Converter A ON
OFF OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Media Converter B ON
OFF OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Installing the Media Converter into the Chassis:
The media converter fits into any of the chassis expansion slots.
y First, remove one of the expansion slot carriers
y Then, install the converter onto the carrier
y Next, insert the carrier onto the guide rails of the expansion slot
y Carefully slide the carrier unit in, until it firmly fits the chassis
y Reinstall the screw that locks the carrier to the chassis
Installing the Power Supply into the Chassis:
The power supply fits into either of the two power supply bays on
the back of the rack chassis.
y First, remove the cover plate
y Then, insert the power supply into the guide rails of the bay
y Carefully slide the power supply in until it firmly fits in the chassis
y Tighten the thumb screws provided on the power supply
Link Fault of the TX port
TX Port
LEDs
FX Port
PWR 100 LNK/ACT FDX/COL LNK/ACT FDX/COL
Media Converter A ON
OFF OFF
OFF
ON
ON
Media Converter B ON
OFF OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Rack Chassis Specifications
Media Converter Specifications
Features:
Media Converter Specifications:
• House up to 16 media converters
• Front panel LED’s for power status
• Standard 19 inch Rack, 2U size
• Hot-swappable: Media converters and Power supplies
• Cooling fans for ventilation - one on right & left sides of chassis
• Ventilation holes on each side
• Load sharing mechanism:
If one power supply fails, the other takes over immediately
• Each converter bay is electrically isolated from each other
• Over current protection
Fuses on PCB for each converter bay
Fuses on each power supply
Applicable Standards
Fixed Ports
Speed
10BaseT
100BaseTX/FX
Switching Method
Forwarding rate
Cable
10BaseT
100BaseTX
100BaseFX
LED Indicators
Chassis Specifications:
PRODUCT INFORMATION
Capacity
Power
Cooling
LED Indicators
Dimensions
Net Weight
Houses up to 16 media converters
One power supply included, second optional
hot-swappable
One fan on the left and right side of the chassis
One LED for each power supply’s power status)
17.3 x 10.9 x 3.5 in (44 x 27.6 x 9 cm)
Standard 19 inch, 2U size
8.5kg approx. (with sixteen media converters)
Dimensions
Weight
Power
Power Consumption
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Humidity
Emissions
Safety
IEEE 802.3 10BaseT,
IEEE 802.3u 100BaseTX & 100BaseFX
(1) TX port, (1) FX port
10/20Mbps for half/full-duplex
100/200Mbps for half/full-duplex
Store-and-Forward
14,880/148,800pps for 10/100Mbps
2-pair UTP/STP Cat. 3, 4, 5 up to 100m
2-pair UTP/STP Cat. 5 up to 100m
MMF (50 or 62.5µm), SMF (9 or 10µm)
Per Unit - PWR1, PWR2, FAULT, LFP
Per Port - TX: LNK/ACT, FDX/COL, 100
FX: LNK/ACT, FDX/COL
4.3 x 3.2 x 0.9 in. (10.9 x 8 x 2.4 cm)
0.15 Kg
External Power Supply 12VDC @ 280mA
3.4W
0°C to 50°C
-25°C to 70°C
10 to 90%, non-condensing
FCC Part 15, Class A; CE
UL/CUL 60950, EN60950, IEC 60950, IEC61000-6-2
Power Supply Specifications:
Power Input
Power Output
Load
Operating Temp
Storage Temp
Emissions
110 to 240VAC, 50/60Hz
12VDC, 84W max.
7A max.
0°C to 40° C (32°F to 104°F)
-25°C to 70°C (-13°F to 158°F)
FCC Part 15 Class A; CE Class A
International Headquarters: 707 Dayton Road PO Box 1040 Ottawa, IL 61350 USA
815-433-5100 Fax 433-5104 www.bb-elec.com orders@bb-elec.com support@bb-elec.com
European Headquarters: Westlink Commercial Park Oranmore Co. Galway Ireland
+353 91 792444 Fax +353 91 792445 www.bb-europe.com orders@bb-europe.com support@bb-europe.com
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