DeltaV™ Media Converters
DeltaV Distributed Control System
Product Data Sheet
January 2017
DeltaV™ Media Converters
„Facilitates deployment of Electronic Marshalling
in the field
„Supports both single-mode and multi-mode fiber
optic cable
„Redundant power supply connections
„Hazardous area certified models available
„Includes wire terminals for easy installation
„Works with both DeltaV and DeltaV SIS
100 Mbit 1-port SM Media Converter makes it easier than ever to
deploy Electronic Marshalling in the field.
Introduction
The DeltaV Media Converters provides an easy way to connect
remote field enclosures with CHARM I/O Cards (CIOC) to the
DeltaV Control Network. Fiber Optic cable can go longer
distances than copper Ethernet cables and these media
converters allow you to extend the DeltaV Control Network
distances up to 15km.
The media converters change the means of communication
from copper to fiber Ethernet and vice versa and facilitates easy
connectivity using both Single-Mode and Multi-Mode Fiber
Optic cable.
There are three different models of DeltaV Media Converters
available with the following port options:
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Single-Mode Media Converter with one fiber port and one
copper port
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Multi-Mode Media Converter with one fiber port and one
copper port
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2-Port SFP Media Converter with one copper port and 2 SFP
cages that can be used for copper or fiber SFP modules (for
safe area installation only)
All three DeltaV Media Converters come in a Dual Media
Converter Assembly with a Dual Media Converter Carrier and
two media converters. This facilitates easy deployment for
redundant DeltaV Control Networks.
DeltaV Media Converters
Benefits
Facilitates deployment of Electronic Marshalling in the field:
DeltaV with Electronic Marshalling can be installed in cabinets
in control rooms but installing it in enclosures in the field will
mean that the I/O is installed closer to the field devices and
thus can reduce the distance between the field devices and
were the wire is terminated to the control system. Many times
fiber optic technology must be deployed in order to connect
CHARM I/O Cards in field enclosures with the controllers
located in the control room building. Emerson has switches
that offer both copper and fiber optic Ethernet, but the DeltaV
Media Converters are specialized devices that will convert from
copper to fiber in order to make it easier to deploy Electronic
Marshalling in the field. Some installations require use of copper
IOPs on the CIOCs to facilitate daisy-chaining of Ethernet
from one CIOC to the next – eliminating the requirement for
switches. The media converters allow longer distances from the
control room to a group of enclosures with CIOCs daisy-chained
in the field.
Supports multiple types of fiber optic: Both Multi-Mode and
Single-Mode fiber types are supported. Multi-Mode can go
distances up to 2km and Single-Mode can go up to maximum
15km distance with proper installation.
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Hazardous area certifications available: The Single-Mode
and Multi-Mode media converters have hazardous area
certifications and can be mounted in Class 1, Div. 2 and
Zone 2 hazardous areas. The 2-Port SFP Media Converter
allows various SFP modules connected to the SFP cages on
the media converters and therefore cannot be certified for
hazardous installation.
Includes wire terminals for Easy Installation: Each Dual
Media Converter Carrier includes terminals for redundant power
supplies. These terminals are duplicated to allow daisy-chaining
of the 24VDC power for easy installation. This reduces the need
for a separate terminal block to feed power to additional Media
Converters or CIOCs.
Works with both DeltaV and DeltaV SIS: There are many use
cases for the DeltaV Media Converters covering both DCS and
SIS installations. Although most uses in DCS applications will be
to connect a CIOC to the DeltaV Control Network, it can also be
used to connect Wireless I/O Cards, Ethernet I/O Cards, DeltaV
Controllers, DeltaV Zone 2 Remote I/O etc.
For DeltaV SIS it can be used to connect the SZ Controller to
the DeltaV Control Network, but it can also be used to connect
CSLSs to the SZ Controllers.
Redundant power supply connections: The Dual Media
Converter Carrier includes terminals for redundant 24V DC
Power Supplies and the Media Converter have LED diagnostics
that will indicate any failure in the power supply.
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Specifications
Common Specifications
Operating temperature
-40 to 70 °C (-40 to 158°F)
Storage temperature
-40 to 85 °C (-40 to 185 °F)
Relative Humidity
5 to 95%, non-condensing
Airborne contaminates
ISA-S71.04-1985 Airborne Contaminants Class G3
Conformal coating
Shock
10g 1/2 sinewave for 11 ms
Vibration
1mm Peak-to-Peak from 2 to 13.2HZ; 0.7g from 13.2 to 150HZ
Protection Class
IP20
Namur
NE21
Dimensions
Media Converters:
Height: 98 mm
Width: 25 mm
Depth: 113 mm
Dual Media Converter Carrier:
Height
130 mm
Width
107 mm
Depth:
47.5 mm
Single-Mode Media Converter
Power Requirement
+24V DC +/-20% @ 100mA maximum
Copper-Wire Port
One 10/100 BASE-TX port with RJ45 connector, capable of halfand full-duplex operation.
Fiberoptic Ports
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One 100 BASE-FX single-mode port with LC connector, configured for
full-duplex operation
„„ Power budget: At least 12 dBm on 9/125 micron SMF
„„ Distance range: 15km with proper installation
Multi-Mode Media Converter
Power Requirement
+24V DC +/-20% @ 100mA maximum
Copper-Wire Port
One 10/100 BASE-TX port with RJ45 connector, capable of halfand full-duplex operation.
Fiberoptic Ports
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One 100 BASE-FX multi-mode port with LC connector, configured for
full-duplex operation
„„ Power budget: At least 8 dBm on 50/125 micron MMF or 11 dBm on 62.5/125
micron MMF
„„ Distance range: 2km with proper installation
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2-Port SFP Media Converter
Power Requirement
+24V DC +/-20% @ 150mA maximum (2-Port version)
Copper-Wire Port
One 10/100 BASE-TX port with RJ45 connector, capable of halfand full-duplex operation.
Fiberoptic Ports
Two SFP cages to be used with 100 BASE-FX SFP modules – The following SFPs have
been tested and need to be purchased separately.
Type Manufacturer PartNumber
MM
Optixcom
SFP-155LX-AT2K-T
MM
Avago
HFBR-57E5APZ
MM
IMC
808-38102
MM
BLACKBOX
LFP402
SM
Optixcom
SFP-155LX-AT20K-T
SM
Avago
AFCT-5760ATLZ/ATPZ
SM
BLACKBOX
LFP403
LED indications
Correct Operating
Condition
LED
Green – Power on
Red – Input voltage out
of range
On
Fault Condition
Fault Indication
Off
Off
On (continuous)
Corrective Action
System power is
not supplied to the
media converter
due to a possible line
power problem.
Check power
connections.
Internal fault
Contact Emerson
technical support.
The input voltage is
outside the 24 V ± 10%
range, or there is a
loss of power on either
primary or secondary.
Check power supply.
Power LED indications.
LED
Fiber-optic port top LED
Media Converter
Condition
Indication
100 Mbit 1-Port
Media Converters
On
The port is ready
for connection.
100 Mbit 2-Port SFP
Media Converter
On
An SFP module is inserted
in this position.
Fiber-optic port bottom LED
All 100 Mbit Media Converters
On/Blinking
Link/activity is present on
this port.
RJ45 port LED
All 100 Mbit Media Converters
On/Blinking
Link/activity is present on
this port.
Port LED indications.
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Dimensions
Dimensions of the Media Converters and Carrier.
Wiring Diagrams
Powering two redundant pairs of Media Converters.
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Examples of using DeltaV Media Converters with DeltaV Smart Switches
and Controller Firewalls
Example 1 - DeltaV Smart Switches with CHARMs I/O and DeltaV Media Converters.
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Example 2 - DeltaV Smart Switches with CHARMs I/O, DeltaV Media Converters, and Controller Firewalls.
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Callouts from architecture drawings above
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100 m (max) straight-through or crossover cable. To prevent ground loops, build this cable assembly with a shielded,
metal-enclosed RJ45 connector on one end and an isolated, plastic-enclosed RJ45 connector on the other end. The metal
connector end of this cable must be placed on the switch and not on the PC.
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100 m (max) straight-through or crossover cable. To prevent ground loops, build this cable assembly with a shielded,
metal-enclosed RJ45 connector on one end and an isolated, plastic-enclosed RJ45 connector on the other end. The metal
connector end of this cable assembly can be placed on either end of the link.
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100 m (max) straight-through or crossover cable. The shield on the controller’s RJ45 connector connects only to a Faraday
cage in the controller; not to the controller’s DC ground. Therefore, the RJ45 connectors are floating and the single point
of ground is made at the switch to which the controller is connected. Build this cable assembly with a shielded, metalenclosed RJ45 connector on both ends.
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Fiber-optic cable must be used for outdoor building-to-building communications to provide immunity from
electromagnetic interference; for ground isolation between buildings; and to connect for distances greater than 100 m
(328 ft). Either single-mode or multimode fiber-optic cable can be used with the appropriate DeltaV Smart Switches, but
only multimode fiber-optic cable can be used with the fiber-optic I/O Port (IOP) on the CIOC Carrier. The 100 Mbit Media
Converters are Ethernet switches, available with one RJ45 twisted-pair port and one of the following:
� One LC single-mode fiber-optic port
� One LC multimode fiber-optic port
� Two small form-factor pluggable (SFP) slots for fiber-optic SFP transceivers
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100 m (max) straight-through or crossover cable. The shield on the CIOC’s RJ45 connector connects only to a Faraday cage
in the CIOC; not to the CIOC’s DC ground. Therefore, the RJ45 connectors are floating and the single point of ground is
made at the switch to which the CIOC is connected. In this figure, the CIOC cards are daisy-chained, so that the cable shield
grounding is passed through from the first switch’s shield ground to the first CIOC’s shield ground and then from CIOC to
CIOC throughout the chain. Note that the Primary and Secondary RJ45 shielded connectors are isolated from each other
so there is no ground loop possible between Primary and Secondary shield grounds. CIOCs are daisy-chained in order to
use short lengths of cable, for example within a cabinet, where the links are protected against damage. The cascade port,
which is used to create the daisy-chain, is the lower port on the CIOC Carrier. It is recommended that for long lengths of
cable, a star-wired connection from each CIOC back to the switch is used. Build this cable assembly with a shielded, metalenclosed RJ45 connector on both ends.
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The I/O ports on the CHARM I/O Carrier hold a control network port and a cascade port. The cascade port is the lower
port. The image in CHARM I/O Carrier specifications shows the two ports. When the cascade port is used to daisy-chain
the CIOCs, it is recommended that you use counter-rotating wiring to increase availability in case a CIOC fails. When
counter rotating wiring is used, the primary control network connects to the first CIOC which is the CIOC on the left in the
image and the secondary control network connects to the last CIOC which is the CIOC on the right in the image. Use 100
m (maximum) straightthrough or crossover cables. The shield on the CIOC’s RJ45 connector connects only to a Faraday
cage in the CIOC, not to the CIOC’s DC ground. Therefore, the RJ45 connectors are floating and the single point of ground
is made at the switch to which the CIOC is connected. Build this cable assembly with a shielded, metal-enclosed RJ45
connector on both ends.
The I/O ports are powered by the CIOCs installed in the carrier. If both CIOCs are removed from a CIOC carrier, enabled
cascade ports become unpowered causing loss of communication to downstream CIOCs. Use redundant CIOCs if cascade
ports are enabled to ensure that the cascade ports are powered and the CIOC is communicating with downstream CIOCs.
In DeltaV Explorer, use the CIOC’s Properties page to enable the cascade ports.
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Any combination of DeltaV RM100, MD30, and FP20 Smart Switches can be daisy-chained in series up to 12 total.
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If more than one RM100 or MD30 switch is required to increase port count in an area, use the gigabit uplink ports for the
switch-to-switch connection to provide ample performance headroom on these aggregating links. 100mbit/s links can
also be used for this purpose but normally those links are reserved for single devices on the edge of the network such as
controllers and workstations. The RM100 and MD30 switches have two fixed 10/100/1000mbit/s uplink ports and two SFP
uplink ports. The SFP ports can be fitted with optional fiber-optic SFP transceivers for long distance communications. Only
two of the four uplinks in this area of the switch can be active at a time in any combination of twisted pair and SFP. Refer to
the Smart Switch Product Data Sheet for available SFP fiber optic transceivers for the RM100 and MD30 switches.
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The serial port is not required for process communications; it is used only for occasional out-of-band switch setup
and management.
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Use a ring tongue terminal to connect the ground screw on the switch or firewall to a suitable shield ground. This
connection provides a ground for the twisted pair Ethernet shielded connectors.
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100 m (max) straight-through or crossover cable. The shield on the CIOC RJ45 connector connects only to a Faraday cage
in the CIOC; not to the CIOC’s DC ground. Therefore, the RJ45 connectors are floating. The 100 Mbit Media Converter RJ45
connector is also floating.
Certifications
The following certifications are available for DeltaV
Media Converters:
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CE:
yEMC - EN 61326-1
HazardousArea/Location
DeltaV Media Converters can be installed and used based on
the following Standards:
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FM(USA):
Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C, D,T4
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cFM(Canada):
Class I, Division 2, GroupsA, B, C,D,T4
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ATEX:
Ex nA IIC T4 Gc
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IEC-Ex:
Ex nA IIC T4 Gc
yLow Voltage Directive (LVD) - 2014/35/EC
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FM:
yFM 3600
yFM 3611
yFM 3810
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CSA:
yCSA C22.2 No 213-M1987
yCSA C22.2 No 1010-1
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ATEX:
yATEX 94/9/EC
yEN60079-0
yEN60079-15
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IEC-Ex:
yIEC60079-0
yIEC60079-15
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Marine Certifications: IACS E10
yABS Certificate of Design Assessment
yDNV-GL Marine Certificate
Regarding the Installation instructions please refer to the following Documents:
Class 1 Division 2 Installation Instructions DeltaV Electronic Marshalling 12P5401
Zone 2 Installation Instructions DeltaV Electronic Marshalling 12P5403
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Ordering Information
Description
Model Number
Dual Single Mode Media Converter Assembly, includes Dual Media Converter Carrier
and two 1-port Single Mode Media Converters.
VE6060
Dual Multi Mode Media Converter Assembly, includes Dual Media Converter Carrier
and two 1-port Multi Mode Media Converters.
VE6061
Dual 2-port SFP Media Converter Assembly, includes Dual Media Converter Carrier
and two 2-port SFP Media Converters.
VE6062*
*Only suitable for safe area installations. SFPs must be ordered separately and is not available directly from Emerson.
Spare Part Ordering Information
Description
Model Number
Dual Media Converter Carrier
KL1720X1-BA1
1-port Single Mode Media Converter
KL1720X1-BB1
1-port Multi Mode Media Converter
KL1720X1-BC1
2-Port SFP Media Converter
KL1720X1-BD1*
*Only suitable for safe area installations. SFPs must be ordered separately and is not available directly from Emerson.
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+1 512 832 3774
Asia Pacific:
+65 6777 8211
Europe, Middle East:
+41 41 768 6111
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