100Base–TX/FX Wall-Mount Media Converter

100Base–TX/FX Wall-Mount Media Converter
ADCP-90-036• Issue 1 • March 2002
100Base–TX/FX
Wall-Mount Media Converter
Installation Guide
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Wall-Mount Media Converter
INTRODUCTION
This installation guide provides descriptions, specifications, and power-up instructions for the
ADC 100Base-TX/FX Wall-Mount Media Converter. Refer to Table 1 (Page 8) for
specifications.
Product Description
The ADC Wall-Mount Media Converter provides a convenient, low-cost method for
interfacing Ethernet electrical signals from a PC or workstation on a Local Area Network
(LAN) segment with light signals on a fiber optic LAN segment. The product is typically used
in combination with a remotely located ADC Rack-Mount Media Converter, or other vendor
supplied media converter, to extend network length up to 2000 meters between same media
nodes such as hubs, switches, workstations, routers, and 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.
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Trademark Information
ADC and ADC Telecommunications are registered trademarks of ADC Telecommunications, Inc.;
Velcro is a registered trademark of Velcro Industries, B.V.
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.
CE Compliance Statement
EN55022A (Radiated Emissions) and EN55022B (Conducted Emissions)
Safety Certification
The Wall-Mount Media Converter has been tested and found to comply with the requirements
of UL 1950, CSA 22.2 #234, IEC 950, TUV EN0950, Class 1 SLEV.CE72/23/EEC/93/68EEC.
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INSTALLATION
Danger: Infrared radiation is invisible and can seriously damage the retina of the eye. Do not
look into the ends of any optical fiber.
The EtherPower Adapter is shipped with a double-sided adhesive strip and a strip of Velcro to
allow the adapter to be mounted on a nearby fabric or non-porous surface within the
workspace.
Install the Wall-Mount Media Converter components using the following procedure:
1. Remove the dust covers from the fiber cable ends and from the rear of the media
converter.
2. Attach the fiber cable “TX” and “RX” connectors to the corresponding “T” and “R”
receptacles on the rear of the media converter. See Figure 1.
Note: In some installations, the wall depth may be too shallow for fiber optic
applications. This will require an extender bracket (ordered separately) for the faceplate
to increase the overall depth of the outlet assembly, as shown in Figure 1.
RX
FIBER
"R" RECEPTACLE
EXTENDER BRACKET
(ORDERED SEPARATELY)
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"T" RECEPTACLE
TX
FIBER
MEDIA CONVERTER
Figure 1. Wall-Mount Media Converter Connection
3. Snap the media converter into the adapter jack opening in the 6000 Series Faceplate or
multi-media outlet.
4. Refer to one of the following illustrations for the appropriate cable connections.
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1.1 Powering the Media Converter using PS/2 Mouse Port
In this example, the EtherPower Adapter derives +5 VDC from the PS/2 mouse port on the PC
or workstation and uses this power source to operate the Media Converter.
FACEPLATE
PERSONAL COMPUTER
(PC) SIDE
OPTIC FIBER CORDS
MEDIA CONVERTER
(PROVIDED)
3' RJ45 CATEGORY 5E
PATCH CORD (PROVIDED)
ETHERPOWER
ADAPTER
(PROVIDED)
MEDIA CONVERTER
(MC) SIDE
RJ45 5E
PATCH CORD
(NOT PROVIDED)
DIN CABLE
(NOT PROVIDED)
CONNECT TO
NIC CARD PORT
3' MALE/MALE
DIN CABLE (PROVIDED)
CONNECT TO
MOUSE PORT
NOTE: ETHERPOWER ADAPTER IS SHIPPED
WITH A DOUBLE-SIDED ADHESIVE STRIP
AND A STRIP OF VELCRO.
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Figure 2. Media Converter and PS/2 Mouse Port Connection
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1.2 Powering the Media Converter using a Linear Power Supply
In this example, the EtherPower Adapter derives +5 VDC from the linear power supply and
uses this power source to operate the Media Converter.
FACEPLATE
PERSONAL COMPUTER
(PC) SIDE
OPTIC FIBER CORDS
MEDIA CONVERTER
(PROVIDED)
3' RJ45 CATEGORY 5E
PATCH CORD (PROVIDED)
ETHERPOWER
ADAPTER
(PROVIDED)
MEDIA CONVERTER
(MC) SIDE
RJ45 5E
PATCH CORD
(NOT PROVIDED)
CONNECT TO
NIC CARD PORT
LINEAR POWER
SUPPLY WITH 6' CORD
(PROVIDED)
NOTE: ETHERPOWER ADAPTER IS SHIPPED
WITH A DOUBLE-SIDED ADHESIVE STRIP
AND A STRIP OF VELCRO.
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Figure 3. Media Converter using Linear Power Supply
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1.3 Powering the Media Converter using the USB Connection on a PC
In this example, the Media Converter derives +5 VDC from the USB connection on a PC.
FACEPLATE
OPTIC FIBER CORDS
MEDIA CONVERTER
(PROVIDED)
"Y" CABLE PROVIDED
RJ45 CONNECTOR
(CONNECT TO
NIC CARD PORT)
USB CONNECTOR
(CONNECT TO USB PORT)
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Figure 4. Media Converter using USB Connection
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POWER-UP/CHECK OUT PROCEDURE
Note: Even though the 100BASE-FX Wall Outlet Media Converter is designed
specifically for 100BASE-TX/FX (long wavelength) applications, the auto-negotiation
functionality as defined TIA/EIA-785 is still functional. Auto-negotiation allows the unit
to automatically select the highest performance level for COPPER or FIBER.
Power up the Media Converter by powering up the PC or workstation. The POWER indicator
(GREEN LED) on the EtherPower Adapter should light to indicate that +5 VDC power is
applied to the media converter and mouse.
If the POWER indicator does not come on, verify that the cable connections between the PC or
workstation PS/2 mouse port and the EtherPower adapter are secure. If this procedure does not
resolve the problem, replace the cable or EtherPower Adapter.
If the NIC card or port in the PC workstation has been set to auto-select (i.e., full autonegotiation) for speed and duplex, both TPL and OPL will be OFF when power is applied
unless a valid optical link has already been established with a remote optical port. If a valid
optical link has been established, both TPL and OPL will be ORANGE for 10 Mbps operation
or GREEN for 100 Mbps operation. The preferred mode of operation for the NIC card or
port is auto select for both speed and duplex. This will ensure that a link can be established
regardless of the far end operational mode.
If problems occur, it may be necessary to disable the SPEED auto select (i.e., no autonegotiation) on the NIC card or port and set it to 10 Mbps only. This will cause the TPL
indicator to turn ORANGE when power is applied. If the far end device is auto negotiating or
is set to 10 Mbps, the OPL indicator will also turn ORANGE indicating that a 10 Mbps
(10BASE-TX/10BASE-FL) link has been established. If the NIC card has been set to
100 Mbps only, the TPL indicator will turn GREEN when power is applied. If the far end
device is auto negotiating or is set to 100 Mbps, the OPL indicator will also turn GREEN
indicating that a 100 Mbps (100BASE-TX/100BASE-SX) link has been established. The
DUPLEX auto select function should not be changed during this test. Ensure the NIC card
or port is set back into the SPEED auto select mode at the completion of the test.
Any blinking of TPL or OPL indicates auto-negotiation in process. If TPL, OPL or both
continue to blink for more than 15 seconds then the operation of the far end device (i.e., duplex
and speed) needs to be verified or changed.
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Table 1. Wall-Mount Media Converter Specifications
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
Ethernet Media Specifications
Protocol
100Base-FX (IEEE 802.3 compliant)
Cable Type
Unshielded twisted-pair (UTP), Cat. 5 (25 meters)
Interface
Shielded RJ-45 jack (DTE)
Maximum Segment Length
25 meters
Transmission Speed
100 Mbps (full or half duplex)
Fiber Optic Media Specifications
Protocol
100Base-FX
Center Wavelength
1300 nm
Light Source
LED
Optical Connector
ST
Maximum Segment Length
2000 meters (IEEE 802.3)
Core/Cladding Diameter (microns)
50/125 or 62.5/125 multi-mode
1
EtherPower Adapter
Input Voltage Requirement
+5 VDC
Physical Dimensions (W x H x D)
2.9 x 1.2 x 2.4 in. (7.5 x 3.2 x 6.0 cm)
Weight
2.4 oz. (68 gm)
Media Converter
Input Voltage Requirement
+5 VDC
Physical Dimensions (W x H x D)
1.5 x 0.9 x 1.8 in. (3.8 x2.3 x 4.6 cm)
Weight
0.8 oz. (22.7 gm)
Power Dissipation
0.75 Watt maximum
2
Provided Copper Cables
Male-to-Male DIN (PS/2 port)
3 foot ( 0.9 m) length standard patch cable
Male-to-Male RJ-45 (NIC port)
3 foot (0.9 m) length standard patch cable
Environmental Specifications
Operating Temperature
1
2
32° to 122° F (0° to 50° C)
Storage Temperature
-68° to 168° F (-42° to 70° C)
Operating Humidity
10% to 80% (non-condensing)
Storage Humidity
5% to 90% (non-condensing)
Subtract 3db from launch power when using 50/125 micron cables.
These cables are provided with the EtherPower Adapter.
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CUSTOMER INFORMATION AND ASSISTANCE
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ELSEWHERE
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Technical Assistance: +1-952-917-3475
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