Hardened 10/100Base-TX IEEE802.3at PoE PSE Ethernet Extender
This quick start guide describes how to install and use the Hardened Ethernet Extender. This is the
LEDs
State
Power1 Steady
Power2
Off
Power3
Ethernet
Steady
PoE
Off
Steady
Hardened Ethernet Extender of choice for harsh environments constrained by space.
Physical Description
Indication
Power on
Power off
Powered Device (PD) is connected
Powered Device (PD) is disconnected
Valid network connection established
Transmitting or receiving data
Link/ACT Flashing
ACT stands for ACTIVITY
(Green)
Neither valid network connection established nor
Off
transmitting/receiving data
Speed
Steady Valid port connection at 100Mbps
(Yellow) Off
Valid port connection at 10Mbps
Ethernet Extender
Remote Steady The device operates in remote mode
Local
Steady The device operates in local mode
Error
Steady Error occurred
Link
Steady A valid connection established
The Port Status LEDs and Power Inputs
Ethernet Extender
Speed
Distance
1Mbps
1,900 M (6,232 ft.)
3Mbps
1,800 M (5,904 ft.)
5Mbps
1,600 M (5,249 ft.)
10Mbps 1,400 M (4,593 ft.)
15Mbps 1,200 M (3,936 ft.)
20Mbps 1,000 M (3,280 ft.)
25Mbps 800 M (2,624 ft.)
30Mbps 700 M (2,296 ft.)
40Mbps 600 M (1,968 ft.)
50Mbps 300 M (984 ft.)
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PoE LED is only available for Hardened IEEE802.3at PoE PSE Ethernet Extender version.
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DC Terminal Block Power Inputs: There are two pairs of power inputs can be used to power up this
Ethernet Extender. Redundant power supplies function is supported. You only need to have one
power input connected to run the Ethernet Extender.
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DC JACK Power Input: 48VDC.
10/100Base-TX and Ethernet Extender Connectors
Power Input Assignment
Power1
48VDC
+ 24-48VDC
Power2
- Power Ground
+ 24-48VDC
Power3
- Power Ground
DC Jack
Terminal Block
Earth Ground
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DIP Switch Assignment
Loc
The device operates in local mode
Rmt
The device operates in remote mode
10/100Base-TX Connection
Pin
Regular Ports
Uplink ports
The following lists the pinouts of
1
Output Transmit Data +
Input Receive Data +
10/100Base-TX RJ-45 port.
2
Output Transmit Data -
Input Receive Data -
3
Input Receive Data +
Output Transmit Data +
4
Positive (VCC+)
Positive (VCC+)
5
Positive (VCC+)
Positive (VCC+)
6
Input Receive Data -
Output Transmit Data -
7
Negative (VCC-)
Negative (VCC-)
8
Negative (VCC-)
Negative (VCC-)
Pin 4, 5 Positive (VCC+) and Pin 7, 8 Negative (VCC-) are only available for Hardened
IEEE802.3at PoE PSE Ethernet Extender version.
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Hardened 10/100Base-TX IEEE802.3at PoE PSE Ethernet Extender
Assembly, Startup, and Dismantling
Ethernet Extender Connection
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The RJ-11 and Terminal Block port pinouts
Pin 3: Tip, Pin 4: Ring.
place.
Use a telephone line to connect two RJ-11 or
Terminal
Block
ports
Assembly: Place the Hardened Ethernet Extender on the DIN rail from above using the slot. Push
the front of the Hardened Ethernet Extender toward the mounting surface until it audibly snaps into
between
two
Hardened
Ethernet Extenders.
Tip
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Ring
Startup: Connect the supply voltage to start up the Hardened Ethernet Extender via the terminal
block (or DC JACK).
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Dismantling: Pull out the lower edge and then remove the Hardened Ethernet Extender from the
DIN rail.
Warning: Impropriate operation might cause the damage of Terminal Block.
Functional Description
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Meets NEMA TS1/TS2 Environmental requirements: temperature, shock, and vibration for traffic
control equipment.
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Meets EN61000-6-2 & EN61000-6-4 EMC Generic Standard Immunity for industrial environment.
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Operates transparent to higher layer protocols such as TCP/IP.
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Ethernet port: Supports IEEE802.3/802.3u/802.3x. Auto-negotiation: 10/100Mbps, full/half-duplex;
Auto MDI/MDIX.
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Complies with IEEE802.3at standard for high power input required device and also compatible with
IEEE802.3af powered devices (Only available for Hardened IEEE802.3at PoE PSE Ethernet
Extender version).
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Ethernet Extender port (RJ-11 & Terminal Block): Symmetrical on the VDSL, full-duplex 50Mbps
communications link over existing copper telephone line.
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One DIP switch for configuring Local (Loc) and Remote (Rmt).
Ten speeds with speed indicator LEDs on front panel of unit, up to 50Mbps @ about 300 meters
(984 ft.), down to 1Mbps @ about 1,900 meters (6,232 ft.).
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4-port 10/100Base-TX (2-port IEEE802.3at PoE PSE) Ethernet Extender: 2.88A @ 24VDC, 1.44A
@ 48VDC. Power consumption: 69.12W Max.
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2-port IEEE802.3at PoE PSE Ethernet Extender: 2.88A @ 24VDC, 1.44A @ 48VDC. Power
consumption: 69.12W Max.
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1-port IEEE802.3at PoE PSE Ethernet Extender: 1.6A @ 24VDC, 0.8A @ 48VDC. Power
consumption: 38.4W Max.
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4-port 10/100Base-TX Ethernet Extender: 0.36A @ 24VDC, 0.18A @ 48VDC. Power consumption:
8.64W Max.
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Power Supply: Redundant 24-48VDC Terminal Block power inputs and 48VDC DC JACK with
100-240VAC external power supply.
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Field Wiring Terminal Markings: Use Copper Conductors Only, 60/75℃, wire range 12-24 AWG,
torque value 7 lb-in.
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Operating temperature range @ -40℃ to 75℃ (-40℉ to 167℉). Tested for functional operation @
-40℃ to 85℃ (-40℉ to 185℉). UL508 Industrial Control Equipment certified Maximum
Surrounding Air Temperature @ 75℃ (167℉).
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For use in Pollution Degree 2 Environment.
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Supports Din-Rail, Panel, and Rack Mounting installation.
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