16-Port Chassis Media Converter System Manual

16-Port Chassis Media Converter System Manual
ADCP-92-035• Issue 1 • May 2002
16-Port Chassis
Media Converter
System Manual
17732-B
16-Port Media Converter (ST Connectors, Shown)
INTRODUCTION
This system manual describes the ADC 16-Port Media Converter with SC and ST connectors,
the ADC Single- and Four-Port AC-DC Power Supplies, and the ADC Single- and Four-Port
DC-DC Power Supplies. This manual also provides installation and cable routing instructions
for the media converter and power supplies.
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Contents
1
2
3
DESCRIPTION ....................................................................... 4
1.1
16-Port Media Converter .......................................................... 4
1.2
Single-Port AC-DC Power Supply ..................................................... 5
1.3
Four-Port AC-DC Power Supply ...................................................... 6
1.4
Single-Port DC-DC Power Supply ..................................................... 7
1.5
Four-Port DC-DC Power Supply ...................................................... 8
INSTALLATION....................................................................... 9
2.1
16-Port Media Converter Mounting Configurations ......................................... 9
2.2
Single-Port AC-DC and DC-DC Power Supply Mounting Configurations ........................... 10
2.3
Four-Port AC-DC and DC-DC Power Supply Mounting Configurations ............................ 11
CABLE ROUTING .................................................................... 12
3.1
3.2
4
6
AC and DC Power Cables and Ground Cable Connections .................................... 12
3.1.1
Media Converter using Single-Port AC-DC Power Supply ............................. 12
3.1.2
Media Converter using Four-Port AC-DC Power Supply .............................. 14
3.1.3
Media Converter using Single-Port DC-DC Power Supply ............................. 16
3.1.4
Media Converter using Four-Port DC-DC Power Supply .............................. 18
Fiber and Copper Cable Routing Example .............................................. 20
SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................... 22
4.1
5
Page
16-Port Media Converter ......................................................... 22
4.2
Single- and Four-Port AC-DC Power Supplies............................................ 23
4.3
Single- and Four-Port DC-DC Power Supplies ........................................... 24
POWER-UP/CHECK OUT PROCEDURE....................................................... 25
5.1
Single- and Four-Port AC-DC Power Supplies............................................ 25
5.2
Single- and Four-Port DC-DC Power Supplies ........................................... 27
5.3
16-Port Media Converter ......................................................... 29
CUSTOMER INFORMATION AND ASSISTANCE ................................................. 32
Trademark Information
ADC and ADC Telecommunications are registered trademarks of ADC Telecommunications, Inc.;
Velcro is a registered trademark of Velcro Industries, B.V.
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Admonishments
Important safety admonishments are used throughout this manual to warn of possible hazards
to persons or equipment. An admonishment identifies a possible hazard and then explains what
may happen if the hazard is not avoided. The admonishments — in the form of Dangers,
Warnings, and Cautions — must be followed at all times. These warnings are flagged by use
of the triangular alert icon (seen below), and are listed in descending order of severity of injury
or damage and likelihood of occurrence.
Danger: Danger is used to indicate the presence of a hazard that will cause severe personal
injury, death, or substantial property damage if the hazard is not avoided.
Warning: Warning is used to indicate the presence of a hazard that can cause severe personal
injury, death, or substantial property damage if the hazard is not avoided.
Caution: Caution is used to indicate the presence of a hazard that will or can cause minor
personal injury or property damage if the hazard is not avoided.
FCC Compliance Statement
The 16-Port Media Converter has been certified to comply with the requirements for Class A
computing devices per part 15 of the FCC regulations.
Warning: This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not
installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause interference to radio
communications. It has been tested and found to comply with limits for a Class A digital device
pursuant to Subpart B of Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are designed to provide reasonable
protection against such interference when operated in a commercial environment. Operation
of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause interference to TB and radio reception
in which case the user, at their own expense, will be required to take whatever measures may
be required to correct the interference.
This equipment does not exceed Class A limits for radio emission for digital apparatus, set out
in the radio interference regulation of the authorization methods of Industry Canada.
Operation in a residential area may cause unacceptable interference to TV and radio
reception requiring the owner or operator to take whatever steps are necessary to correct the
interference.
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1
DESCRIPTION
1.1 16-Port Media Converter
The 16-Port Media Converter, shown in Figure 1, provides a method for interfacing Ethernet
electrical signals on 16 Local Area Network (LAN) segments with optical signals on 16 fiber
optic LAN segments. It is typically used in combination with a remotely located rack mount
media converter, multiple wall media converters, or vender supplied media converters, to
extend network length between same media nodes such as hubs, switches, workstations,
routers, and Network Interface Card (NIC) configured devices on the same network. It may
also be used to interconnect Ethernet copper nodes to fiber nodes such as hubs, switches, fiber
panels, workstations, and routers on the same network.
16-PORT MEDIA CONVERTER WITH ST CONNECTORS
MOUNTING BRACKETS
(REVERSIBLE)
ST
CONNECTORS
LED DISPLAY
PORT STATUS
RJ-45 COPPER
RECEPTACLES
(16)
16-PORT MEDIA CONVERTER WITH SC CONNECTORS
17733-A
SC CONNECTORS
Figure 1. 16-Port Media Converter (ST Connectors-Top View, SC Connectors-Bottom View)
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1.2 Single-Port AC-DC Power Supply
The Single-Port AC-DC Power Supply, shown in Figure 2, provides +12 VDC power to
operate a single rack mounted media converter. Refer to the Table 2 for specifications.
REAR VIEW
POWER AND FUSE
INDICATORS
POWER OUTPUT
RECEPTACLE
POWER INPUT
RECEPTACLE
17734-A
GROUND LUG
Figure 2. Single-Port AC-DC Power Supply
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1.3 Four-Port AC-DC Power Supply
The Four-Port AC-DC Power Supply, shown in Figure 3, provides +12 VDC power to operate
up to four rack mounted media converters. Refer to the Table 2 for specifications.
POWER ON
LED INDICATOR
MOUNTING BRACKETS (2)
(REVERSIBLE)
FRONT VIEW
REMOTE ALARM
OUT RECEPTACLE
POWER AND ALARM
INDICATORS
POWER OUTPUT
RECEPTACLES (4)
GROUND
LUGS (2)
REAR VIEW
POWER INPUT
RECEPTACLE
17735-A
Figure 3. Four-Port AC-DC Power Supply
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1.4 Single-Port DC-DC Power Supply
The Single DC-DC Power Supply, shown in Figure 4, provides +12 VDC power to operate a
single rack mounted media converter. Refer to the Table 3 for specifications.
REAR VIEW
POWER AND
FUSE INDICATORS
POWER OUTPUT
RECEPTACLE
POWER INPUT
SCREW-DOWN
TERMINALS
17736-A
GROUND
LUG
Figure 4. Single-Port DC-DC Power Supply
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1.5 Four-Port DC-DC Power Supply
The Four-Port DC-DC Power Supply, shown in Figure 5, provides +12 VDC power to operate
up to four single rack mounted media converters. Input wires can be terminated to either of the
–48 VDC input screw-down connectors located on the rear of the power supply. Refer to the
Table 3 for specifications.
POWER ON INDICATOR
MOUNTING
BRACKETS
(REVERSIBLE)
FRONT VIEW
REMOTE ALARM
OUT RECEPTACLE
POWER AND ALARM
INDICATORS
POWER OUTPUT
RECEPTACLES (4)
REAR VIEW
GROUND LUG
(2 PLACES)
POWER INPUT SCREW-DOWN
TERMINALS (2 PLACES)
17737-A
Figure 5. Four-Port DC-DC Power Supply
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2
INSTALLATION
Danger: Never install equipment during lightning storm or in a wet location.
2.1 16-Port Media Converter Mounting Configurations
The 16-Port Media Converter is shipped configured for installation in a 19-inch EIA/WECO rack
with the mounting brackets (reversible) installed flush with the front of the chassis. The mounting
brackets may be reversed for 23-inch EIA/WECO rack mount applications. See Figure 6.
19-INCH RACK
19-INCH FLUSH MOUNT
(AS SHIPPED)
12-24 SCREW (4)
19-INCH WITH
2-INCH RECESS
19-INCH WITH
5-INCH RECESS
!
FOR 23-INCH MOUNTING,
REMOVE SCREWS AND
REVERSE BRACKET,
AS SHOWN
REVERSE
BRACKET,
AS SHOWN
23-INCH RACK
23-INCH
FLUSH MOUNT
23-INCH WITH
2-INCH RECESS
23-INCH WITH
5-INCH RECESS
17738-A
Figure 6. 16-Port Media Converter Installation
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2.2 Single-Port AC-DC and DC-DC Power Supply Mounting Configurations
The Single-Port AC-DC and DC-DC Power Supplies are both installed in the same manner.
Figure 7 shows the Single-Port AC-DC Power Supply installed in a 19-inch rack using the
standard mounting bracket (shipped with unit), the offset mounting bracket (ordered separately),
and the multiple offset mounting bracket (ordered separately). When installing the multiple offset
bracket in a 23-inch rack, an extender bracket (ordered separately) is required (Figure 8).
MULTIPLE OFFSET
MOUNTING BRACKET
(ACCOMMODATES UP TO
ELEVEN SINGLE-PORT
POWER SUPPLIES)
SINGLE-PORT AC-DC POWER SUPPLY
WITH STANDARD MOUNTING BRACKET
(INSTALL SINGLE-PORT DC-DC POWER
SUPPLY IN SAME MANNER)
16-PORT
MEDIA CONVERTER
SINGLE-PORT AC-DC POWER SUPPLY
WITH OFFSET MOUNTING BRACKET
(INSTALL SINGLE-PORT DC-DC POWER
SUPPLY IN SAME MANNER)
STANDARD
BRACKET
POWER SUPPLY
WITH STANDARD BRACKET
(AS SHIPPED)
REMOVE SCREWS (2)
AND STANDARD BRACKET
17739-A
OFFSET
BRACKET
REPLACE WITH
OFFSET BRACKET
POWER SUPPLY WITH
OFFSET BRACKET
ATTACHED
Figure 7. Single-Port AC-DC Power Supply Installation
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2.3 Four-Port AC-DC and DC-DC Power Supply Mounting Configurations
The Four-Port AC-DC and DC-DC Power Supplies are shipped configured for installation in a 19inch EIA/WECO rack with the mounting brackets (reversible) installed flush with the front of the
chassis. The mounting brackets may be reversed for 23-inch EIA/WECO rack mount applications.
Figure 8 shows the installation and mounting configurations for the Four-Port DC-DC Power
Supply (install the Four-Port AC-DC Power Supply in the same manner).
19-INCH RACK
19-INCH FLUSH MOUNT
(AS SHIPPED)
12-24 SCREW (4)
19-INCH WITH
2-INCH RECESS
19-INCH WITH
5-INCH RECESS
!
FOR 23-INCH MOUNTING,
REMOVE SCREWS AND
REVERSE BRACKET,
AS SHOWN
REVERSE
BRACKET,
AS SHOWN
23-INCH RACK
23-INCH
FLUSH MOUNT
23-INCH WITH
2-INCH RECESS
23-INCH WITH
5-INCH RECESS
17740-A
Figure 8. Four-Port AC-DC and DC-DC Power Supply Installation
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3
CABLE ROUTING
3.1 AC and DC Power Cables and Ground Cable Connections
3.1.1
Media Converter using Single-Port AC-DC Power Supply
Using Figure 9 as reference, connect the power and ground cables as follows:
1. Terminate an RJ-45 type cable (not provided) to the +12 VDC OUTPUT power
receptacle on the power supply (Figure 9-A).
2. Route and secure the RJ-45 type cable to the inside tie-down lances, separate from the
AC power cable, as shown.
3. Terminate the opposite end of the RJ-45 type cable to the +12V DC input power
receptacle on the media converter (Figure 9-B).
Note: Using 18 AWG wire (not provided), ground the power supply to the rack in
accordance with local practice (Figure 9-C).
Note: Using 18 AWG wire (not provided), ground the media converter to the rack in
accordance with local practice (Figure 9-D).
4. Terminate the AC power supply power cord (provided) to the INPUT power receptacle
on the power supply (Figure 9-E).
5. Route and secure the AC power cable to the outside cable lances to a properly configured
AC wall socket.
Note: Make sure to route AC power cable separate from RJ-45 (DC), as shown in Figure 9.
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MEDIA CONVERTER
SINGLE-PORT AC-DC
POWER SUPPLY
MAKE SURE TO ROUTE AC POWER CABLE
SEPARATE FROM RJ-45 (DC) CABLE
TO AC WALL SOCKET
FIGURE 9-A
POWER SUPPLY
FIGURE 9-B
MEDIA CONVERTER
17741-A
FIGURE 9-C
POWER SUPPLY
FIGURE 9-D
MEDIA CONVERTER
FIGURE 9-E
POWER SUPPLY
Figure 9. Single-Port AC-DC Power Supply
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3.1.2
Media Converter using Four-Port AC-DC Power Supply
Using Figure 10 as reference, connect the power and ground cables as follows:
1. Terminate an RJ-45 type cable (not provided) to one of the four +12 VDC OUTPUT
power receptacles on the power supply (Figure 10-A).
2. Route the RJ-45 type cable via the cable management system, as shown.
3. Terminate the opposite end of the RJ-45 type cable to the +12V DC input power
receptacle on the respective media converter (Figure 10-B).
Note: Using 18 AWG wire (not provided), ground the power supply to the rack in
accordance with local practice (Figure 10-C).
Note: Using 18 AWG wire (not provided), ground the media converter to the rack in
accordance with local practice (Figure 10-D).
4. Terminate an RJ-45 type cable (not provided) to the ALARM OUT receptacle on the
rear of the power supply (Figure 10-E).
5. Route the opposite end of the RJ-45 type cable to local alarm surveillance equipment.
6. Terminate the AC power supply power cord (provided) to the INPUT power receptacle
on the power supply (Figure 10-F).
7. Route the AC power cable via the cable management system to a properly configured AC
wall socket.
Note: Make sure to route AC power cable separate from RJ-45 (DC) cable in the cable
management system, as shown in Figure 10.
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16-PORT MEDIA
CONVERTER
(FOUR SHOWN)
ON/OFF
SWITCH
TO ALARM
SURVEILLANCE
EQUIPMENT
FOUR-PORT AC-DC
POWER SUPPLY
TO AC WALL
SOCKET
POWER SUPPLY
FIGURE 10-B
MEDIA CONVERTER
FIGURE 10-D
MEDIA CONVERTER
POWER SUPPLY
FIGURE 10-A
FIGURE 10-C
POWER SUPPLY
FIGURE 10-E
FIGURE 10-F
POWER SUPPLY
17742-B
Figure 10. Four-Port AC-DC Power Supply
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3.1.3
Media Converter using Single-Port DC-DC Power Supply
Using Figure 11 as reference, connect the power and ground cables as follows:
1. Terminate an RJ-45 type cable (not provided) to the +12 VDC OUTPUT power
receptacle on the power supply (Figure 11-A).
2. Route the RJ-45 type cable via the cable management system, as shown.
3. Terminate the opposite end of the RJ-45 type cable to the +12V DC input power
receptacle on the media converter (Figure 11-B).
Note: Using 18 AWG wire (not provided), ground the power supply to the rack in
accordance with local practice (Figure 11-C).
Note: Using 18 AWG wire (not provided), ground the media converter to the rack in
accordance with local practice (Figure 11-D).
4. Terminate the 16-20 AWG input power wires (not provided) to the –48 VDC INPUT
power screw-down terminals on the power supply (Figure 11-E).
5. Terminate the opposite ends of the 16-20 AWG power wires to a properly configured –48
VDC fuse and alarm panel.
Note: Make sure to route 16-20 AWG power wires separate from RJ-45 cable, as shown
in Figure 11.
Note: ADC recommends that the fuse and alarm panel(s) be installed in the same rack as
the power supply.
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MEDIA CONVERTER
TO -48 VDC FUSE AND
ALARM PANEL
SINGLE-PORT DC-DC
POWER SUPPLY
FIGURE 11-A
POWER SUPPLY
FIGURE 11-B
MEDIA CONVERTER
17743-B
FIGURE 11-C
POWER SUPPLY
FIGURE 11-E
FIGURE 11-D
MEDIA CONVERTER
POWER SUPPLY
Figure 11. Single-Port DC Power Supply
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3.1.4
Media Converter using Four-Port DC-DC Power Supply
Using Figure 12 as reference, connect the power and ground cables as follows:
1. Terminate an RJ-45 type cable (not provided) to one of the +12 VDC OUTPUT power
receptacles on the power supply (Figure 12-A).
2. Route the RJ-45 type cable via the cable management system, as shown.
3. Terminate the opposite end of the RJ-45 type cable to the +12V DC input power
receptacle on the respective media converter (Figure 12-B).
Note: Using 18 AWG wire (not provided), ground the power supply to the rack in
accordance with local practice (Figure 12-C).
Note: Using 18 AWG wire (not provided), ground the media converter to the rack in
accordance with local practice (Figure 12-D).
4. Terminate an RJ-45 type cable (not provided) to the ALARM OUT receptacle on the
rear of the power supply (Figure 12-E).
5. Terminate the opposite end of the RJ-45 type cable to local alarm surveillance
equipment.
6. Terminate the 16 AWG input power wires (not provided) to either one of the –48 VDC
INPUT power screw-down terminals on the power supply (Figure 12-F).
7. Route and terminate the opposite ends of the 16 AWG input power wires to a properly
configured –48 VDC fuse and alarm panel.
Note: ADC recommends that the fuse and alarm panel be installed in the same rack as the
DC power supply. Also, make sure to route DC input power wires separate from RJ-45
(DC) cables, as shown in Figure 12.
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TO -48 VDC
FUSE AND ALARM
PANEL
TO ALARM
SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT
FIGURE 12-A
FOUR-PORT DC-DC
POWER SUPPLY
POWER SUPPLY
FIGURE 12-B
MEDIA CONVERTER
FIGURE 12-D
MEDIA CONVERTER
POWER SUPPLY
FIGURE 12-C
POWER SUPPLY
FIGURE 12-E
FIGURE 12-F
POWER SUPPLY
17744-B
Figure 12. Four-Port DC-DC Power Supply
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3.2 Fiber and Copper Cable Routing Example
Using Figure 13 as reference, route and terminate the fiber and copper cables as follows:
1. Attach the fiber cable “TX” and “RX” connectors to the corresponding “TX” and “RX”
receptacles on the media converter.
2. Attach the Ethernet cables to the corresponding RJ-45 receptacles on the media
converter.
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"TX" AND "RX" RECEPTACLES
16-PORT MEDIA CONVERTER
RJ-45 RECEPTACLES
ROUTE ALL FIBER
CABLES ON THIS
SIDE OF RACK
ROUTE ALL COPPER
CABLES ON THIS
SIDE OF RACK
FL-2000 48-POSITION
TERMINATION/SPLICE
PANEL
FL-2000 HORIZONTAL
INTERBAY MANAGEMENT
PANEL
FL-1000 FANNING
PANEL
16-PORT MEDIA
CONVERTER, SEE ART
ABOVE
FMT BULK STORAGE
TRAY
17745-A
Figure 13. 16-Port Media Converter Cable Routing Example
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SPECIFICATIONS
4.1 16-Port Media Converter
Table 1 lists the 16-Port Media Converter specifications for Ethernet copper and fiber network
segments.
Table 1. 16-Port Media Converter Specifications
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
Copper Media Specifications
Protocol
10Base-T, 100Base-TX (IEEE 802.3 compliant)
Cable Type
Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP), Category 5
Electrical Connector
Shielded RJ-45 jack (DTE), 16 ports
Maximum Segment Length
80 meters
Fiber Optic Media Specifications
Protocol
10Base-FL (IEEE 802.3, Clause 18 compliant)
100Base-SX (TIA/EIA 785 compliant)
Center Wavelength
850 nm
Optical Connector
ST, SC 16 ports
Core/Cladding Diameter (microns)
50/125 or 62.5/125 multi-mode
Maximum Segment Length
2 kilometers 10Base-FL (IEEE 802.3, Clause 26 compliant)
300 meters 100Base-SX
Light Source
LED
1
16-Port Media Converter Chassis
Input Voltage Requirement
+12 VDC
Physical Dimensions (W x H x D)
17.1 x 1.7 x 6.3 in. (43.4 x 4.3 x 16.0 cm)
+12 VDC Power Cable (not provided)
Standard RJ-45 patch cable-11 ft. (3.4 m) max. length
Weight
8 lb. (3.63 kg)
Power Dissipation
20 Watts maximum
Environmental Specifications
1
Operating Temperature
32° to 122° F (0° to 50° C)
Storage Temperature
-4° to 140° F ( –20° to 60° C)
Operating Humidity
0% to 80% (non-condensing)
Storage Humidity
0% to 95% (non-condensing)
Subtract 3db from launch power when using 50/125 micron fibers.
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4.2
Single- and Four-Port AC-DC Power Supplies
Table 2 lists the Single- and Four-Port AC-DC power supply specifications.
Table 2. Single- and Four-Port AC-DC Power Supply Specifications
ITEM
Physical Specifications
Dimensions (H × W × D)
Weight
Electrical Specifications
Power Rating
Cooling
Source Voltage
DESCRIPTION
SINGLE-PORT POWER SUPPLY
FOUR-PORT POWER SUPPLY
1.4 x 5.4 x 5.0 in.
(3.6 x 13.7 x 12.7 cm)
17.1 x 1.7 x 8.5 in.
(43.4 x 4.3 x 21.6 cm)
1.14 lb. (0.52 kg)
10.3 lb. (4.7 kg)
30 Watts (maximum)
input AC fuse: 1A/250V
output PTC Re-Settable fuse:
2.5A/60V
110 Watts redundant,
220 Watts maximum
input AC current: 2.9A/PSU
output PTC Re-Settable fuse:
2.5A/60V per port
convection
Two 15 cfm (425 cu m/min.)
rear-mounted fans
90 to 264 VAC, single phase
Frequency
47-63 Hz
Output Voltage
+12 VDC
+12 VDC Power
Cable (not provided)
Standard RJ-45 patch cable–11 ft.
(3.4 m) maximum length
AC Power Cord (provided)
PN 1125540, 8 ft. (2.4m), IEC 320
Environmental Specifications
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Operating Humidity
Storage Humidity
32° to 122° F (0° to 50° C)
–4° to 140° F (–20° to 60° C)
0% to 80% (non-condensing)
5% to 95% (non-condensing)
Accessories
Single Offset Rack Bracket
Multiple Offset Rack Bracket
Cat. No. ADC01PSUS0BRK02
Cat. No. ADC01PSU12BRK02
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4.3 Single- and Four-Port DC-DC Power Supplies
Table 3 lists the Single- and Four-Port DC-DC power supply specifications.
Table 3. Single- and Four-Port DC-DC Power Supply Specifications
ITEM
Physical Specifications
Dimensions (H × W × D)
Weight
Electrical Specifications
Power Rating
Cooling
DESCRIPTION
SINGLE-PORT POWER SUPPLY
FOUR-PORT POWER SUPPLY
1.4 x 5.4 x 5.0 in.
(3.6 x 13.7 x 12.7 cm)
17.1 x 1.7 x 8.5 in.
(43.4 x 4.3 x 21.6 cm)
1.0 lb. (0.54 kg)
7.8 lb. (3.54 kg)
30 Watts (maximum)
input DC fuse: 1A/125V
output PTC re-settable fuse:
2.5A/60V
150 Watts redundant,
300 Watts maximum
input DC fuse: 4A/125V
output PTC re-settable fuse:
2.5A/60V per port
convection
Two 15 cfm (425 cu m/min.)
rear-mounted fans
Source Voltage
–48 VDC (–42 to –56 VDC)
Output Voltage
+12 VDC
+12 VDC Power
Cable (not provided)
Environmental Specifications
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Operating Humidity
Storage Humidity
Accessories
Offset Rack Bracket
Multiple Offset Rack Bracket
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Standard RJ-45 patch cable–11 ft.
(3.4 m) maximum length
23° to 122° F (–5° to 50° C)
–40° to 158° F (–40° to 70° C)
5% to 90% (non-condensing)
5% to 95% (non-condensing)
Cat. No. ADC01PSUS0BRK02
Cat. No. ADC01PSU12BRK02
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POWER-UP/CHECK OUT PROCEDURE
5.1 Single- and Four-Port AC-DC Power Supplies
Activate the power supply by connecting the power cord to source power. When lit, the POWER
indicators on the front (Figure 14-A) and back (Figure 14-B) of the Four-Port Power Supply show
the unit is on. The ALARM indicator on the rear of the power supply (Figure 14-B) lights to
indicate a failure in one of the internal power supplies or a failure in one of the fans. This failure
can be detected remotely using the ALARM OUT RJ-45 receptacle (Figure 14-B) on the rear of
the power supply for use with local alarm surveillance equipment. When the Single-Port Power
Supply is on, the Power and Fuse indicators are illuminated (Figure 14-C).
POWER ON LED INDICATOR
ON FRONT OF PANEL
(SEE FIGURE 14-A)
POWER AND ALARM
INDICATORS
FOUR-PORT
AC-DC POWER SUPPLY
(REAR VIEW)
SINGLE-PORT AC-DC
POWER SUPPLY
(REAR VIEW)
POWER AND FUSE
INDICATORS
17746-B
FIGURE 14-A
FIGURE 14-B
FIGURE 14-C
FOUR-PORT
POWER INDICATOR
(FRONT OF PANEL)
FOUR-PORT
POWER AND ALARM
INDICATORS
(REAR OF PANEL)
SINGLE-PORT
POWER AND FUSE
INDICATORS
Figure 14. Power, Alarm and Fuse Indicators
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The normal and alarm pin-outs for the four-port Alarm receptacle are shown in Figure 15.
NO
NC
NC
NO
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
NORMAL CONDITION
ALARM CONDITION
15926-B
Figure 15. Four-Port Alarm Receptacle Pin-outs
Table 4 contains a complete description of all user interface items on the Single- and Four-Port
AC-DC Power Supplies.
Table 4. Single Port AC-DC Power Supply User Interface
USER INTERFACE
DESCRIPTION
POWER Indicator
Indicates the power supply is on.
Input Power Receptacle
Provides an attachment point for input AC power.
Output Power Receptacles
Provides attachment points for output +12 VDC
power.
Ground Lugs
Provides attachment points for ground cable
connections between the power supply and the rack.
Alarm Port
Provides a remote means of detecting when the power
supply has failed.
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5.2 Single- and Four-Port DC-DC Power Supplies
To activate a DC power supply, connect two 16 AWG wires (+ and -) between the –48 VDC
INPUT distribution panel and input terminals of the DC power supply. Observe the polarity
during the connection process (Figures 4 and 5).
When lit, the POWER indicators on the front (Figure 16-A) and back (Figure 16-B) of the
Four-Port Power Supply show the unit is on. The ALARM indicator on the rear of the power
supply (Figure 16-B) lights to indicate a failure in one of the internal power supplies or a
failure of one of the fans. This failure can be detected remotely using the ALARM OUT
RJ-45 receptacle (Figure 16-B) on the rear of the power supply for use with local alarm
surveillance equipment.
When the Single-Port Power Supply is on, the Power and Fuse indicators are illuminated
(Figure 16-C).
POWER ON LED INDICATOR
ON FRONT OF PANEL
(SEE FIGURE 16-A)
POWER AND ALARM
INDICATORS
FOUR-PORT DC-DC
POWER SUPPLY
(REAR VIEW)
17747-B
SINGLE-PORT DC-DC
POWER SUPPLY
(REAR VIEW)
POWER AND FUSE
INDICATORS
FIGURE 16-A
FIGURE 16-B
FIGURE 16-C
FOUR-PORT
POWER INDICATOR
(FRONT OF PANEL)
FOUR-PORT
POWER AND ALARM
INDICATORS
(REAR OF PANEL)
SINGLE-PORT
POWER AND FUSE
INDICATORS
Figure 16. Power, Alarm and Fuse Indicators
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Table 5 contains a complete description of all user interconnection on the Single- and FourPort DC-DC Power Supplies.
Table 5. Single- and Four-Port DC-DC Power Supply User Interface
USER INTERFACE
DESCRIPTION
POWER Indicator
Input Power Receptacle
Indicates the power supply is on.
Provides an attachment point for input DC power.
Output Power Receptacles
Provides attachment points for output +12 VDC
power.
Ground Lugs
Provides attachment points for ground cable
connections between the power supply and the rack.
The ground lugs also provide an attachment point for
a ground cable connection between the power supply
and fuse and alarm panel.
Alarm Port
Provides a remote means of detecting when the power
supply has failed.
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5.3 16-Port Media Converter
Power up the media converter by depressing the power switch (Figure 17-A) located on the
right rear of the converter from 0 to 1. The indicator (green LED) located on the switch should
illuminate to indicate that +12 VDC power is applied to the media converter circuits. If switch
indicator does not illuminate perform the following steps:
1. Verify that the cable connection between the media converter and the power supply is
secure.
2. Insure that the power indicator on the power supply output port is illuminated (green
LED).
3. Verify that the input power to the power supply is on.
4. Replace the power supply.
Once the media converter has been powered up, perform a LAMP TEST to verify that all LEDs
on the front panel display are operational. Press the UP and DOWN buttons (Figure 17-C)
simultaneously and release. This will initiate the LAMP TEST and all display LEDs will
illuminate for approximately 3 seconds. When the LAMP TEST cycle is complete all LEDs will
turn off with the exception of the PWR indicator. The numeric display will be reset to 1. This
test is initiated automatically when the power is turned on.
Use the UP/DOWN buttons (Figure 17-C) and cycle through all ports. The numeric display
should count up or down. If no cables are connected to the port being viewed, all indicators
should be off with the exception of the PWR indicator (Figure 17-B) and the number of the port
being viewed (Figure 17-C). If the PWR indicator begins to blink, a power fault has occurred on
a specific port or at a sub-system level (i.e., 8-ports). Contact ADC technical support.
The activity indicators are separated into the FO (Fiber Optic) group (left side of the numeric
display) and into the TP (Twisted Pair) group (right side of the numeric display)
The ACT indicator will illuminate when either auto negotiation is in process or when actual
data packets are being detected.
The 10 indicator (orange LED) will be illuminated if the port is in 10 Mb/s Ethernet mode. The
100 indicator (green LED) will be illuminated if the port is in the 100 Mb/s Ethernet mode.
When a link is established, the FO 10 or 100 indicator and the TP 10 or 100 indicator should
be matched (TP 10–FO 10 or TP 100–FO 100). If they are not matched, the numeric display
will blink indicating a mismatched link or the loss of the FO or UTP side of the link.
Note: Automatic MDI, MDIX crossover is supported for each of the TP ports.
Connect the switch or workstation port to a TP port on the media converter using a RJ-45
patch cord. Select the port for viewing using the UP/DOWN buttons. If the TP 10 indicator
illuminates when the TP patch cable is connected, the media converter has been connected to a
10BASE-T port with no auto negotiation. The optical transmitter will be activated and placed
into the 10BASE-FL mode. When the fiber cables have been connected to the optical side of
the port, the FO 10 indicator will illuminate and a 10BASE-T to 10BASE-FL (10 Mb/s only)
link has been established.
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If the FO 10 indicator illuminates when no TP patch cable is connected, the media converter
has been connected to a 10BASE-FL port with no auto negotiation and the TP side will be
activated and placed into the 10BASE-T mode. When the TP cables have been connected to
the TP side of the port, the TP 10 indicator will illuminate and a 10BASE-T to 10BASE-FL
(10 Mb/s only) link has been established.
If the TP ACT indicator illuminates for 2-3 seconds when the TP patch cable is connected, the
media converter has been connected to a device that supports auto negotiation. The optical
transmitter will be active only when the TP ACT indicator is illuminated. When the fiber cables
have been have been connected to the optical side of the port, the media converter will select the
correct mode, 10 or 100 Mb/s, based on auto negotiation. Either the 10 or 100 indicator will be
illuminated based on the highest performance level that the link partners can support. If no fiber
optic link has been established, the TP ACT lamp will illuminate periodically.
If the FO ACT indicator illuminates for 2-3 seconds when no TP patch cable is connected, the
media converter has been connected to a far end device that supports auto negotiation. The
optical transmitter will be active only when the TP ACT indicator is illuminated. When the TP
patch fiber cables have been have been connected to the TP side of the port, the media converter
will select the correct mode, 10 or 100 Mb/s, based on auto negotiation. Either the 10 or 100
indicator will be illuminated based on the highest performance level that the link partners can
support. If no TP link has been established, the FO ACT lamp will illuminate periodically.
Note: If an optical power test set is being used to verify the launch power of a
port, the TP side of the port must be connected to an active switch or workstation
port. The optical transmitter will not function until a valid TP link has been
detected or during the auto negotiation periods.
POWER INDICATOR ON
FRONT OF PANEL (SEE BELOW)
16-PORT MEDIA CONVERTER
(REAR VIEW)
ON/OFF SWITCH
FIGURE 17-A
FIGURE 17-B
FIGURE 17-C
17748-A
ON/OFF
SWITCH
POWER
INDICATOR
16-POSITION
LED DISPLAY
Figure 17. 16-Port Media Converter
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Table 6 contains a complete description of all user interface items on the 16-port media converter.
Table 6. 16-Port Media Converter User Interface
USER INTERFACE
DESCRIPTION
Power (PWR) Indicator
Indicates all power systems are functioning normally.
Power Switch
Provides DC power on/off control and over current protection.
FO Side
Activity (ACT) Indicator
Indicates that auto negotiation is in progress or data packets have
been detected on the optical side of the link.
10
Fiber optic link is in the 10 Mb/s mode.
100
Fiber optic link is in the 100 Mb/s mode.
TP Side
Activity (ACT) Indictor
Indicates that auto negotiation is in progress or data packets have
been detected on the TP side of the link.
10
TP link is in the 10 Mb/s mode.
100
TP link is in the 100 Mb/s mode.
Front Panel Buttons
UP
Increments the port display up by 1.
DOWN
Decrements the port display down by 1.
LAMP TEST
Press UP/DN simultaneously to invoke a lamp test.
PORT Display
Displays the PORT (1-16) selected using the UP/DOWN buttons.
Fiber Ports (1-16)
Provides attachment points for transmit (TX) and receive (RX)
optical fiber cables.
Copper Ports (1-16)
Provides attachment points for RJ-45 Ethernet data cable
connectors.
DC Power Receptacle
Provides an attachment point for the RJ-45 +12 VDC power cable
connector.
Ground Lug
Provides an attachment point for a ground cable connection
between the media converter and the rack.
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WRITE:
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