PSI-MOS-RS485W2/FO 1300 E Serial to Fiber Converter

PSI-MOS-RS485W2/FO 1300 E Serial to Fiber Converter
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Connect 2-wire RS485 devices to fiber optic cable
Extend serial data up to 28 miles
Immune to EMI, RFI and transient surges
Point-to-point or star configuration
SC type fiber connectors
Terminal Block for 2-wire RS485 Connections
The PSI-MOS-RS485W2/FO 1300 E can be used to convert RS485 2-wire devices to fiber
optics. By transmitting serial data over optical fiber, these serial media converters provide an
economical path to extend the reach of RS485 devices. All protocols with 10/11-bit UART
data format and NRZ data coding are supported. This includes popular protocols such as:
Modbus ASCII / MODBUS RTU
SUCONET K
S-BUS
DH-485, and more…
Long Distance Serial Data Transmission over Fiber
RS485 Serial transmission is commonly limited to 100 kbps over a distance of only 1200 meters (4000 feet). Using
the FO 1300 E Serial to Fiber Converter you can extend your serial data transmission up to 27km (16.7 miles) over
multimode fiber or 45km (28 miles) over single mode fiber. The result is that any two pieces of asynchronous serial
equipment, located miles apart, can communicate at half duplex over fiber optic cable at rates up to 500 kbps.
EMI, RFI and Transient Surge Immunity
Another advantage of the FO 1300 E fiber optic transmission system is the electrically isolated connection of
devices. Electromagnetic interference (EMI) is a common phenomenon in typical environments like industrial plants,
warehouses and factory floors. This interference can cause corruption of data over RS485 or copper-based Ethernet
links. Data transmitted over fiber optic cable however is completely immune to this type of noise, thus preventing the
negative effects of voltage equalization currents and electromagnetic interference on the data cables. A Serial to
Fiber Media Converter therefore enables you to inter-connect your serial devices over fiber ensuring optimal data
transmission, increased availability of the system, and improved network design flexibility for point-to-point
connections and star structures.
Flexible Fiber Optic Connections
The FO 1300 E operates at 1300 nm wavelength, using a separate LED emitter and photo-detector on SC type
connectors. Almost any multimode or single mode glass fiber size can be used.
Power Budget Considerations
Calculating the power budget is critically important with planning the fiber optic link. The optical power budget is the
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amount of light required to transmit data successfully over distance through a fiber-optic connection. The amount of
light energy available within the setup will dictate the length of the fiber optic cable run between serial media
converters within the network. Optical power budgets are critical to help businesses avoid signal distortion.To learn
how to calculate optical power budget read our technical note. Transmit and receive dBm can be found in the
Hardware specifications.
Transmit each serial signal out over 10 fiber optic lines
Up to ten (10) Serial to Fiber Converters can be grouped together using the TBUS DIN Rail bus system for voltage
and data. This allows the serial converter to operate as a star coupler, taking the serial data input signal and
distributing it to all Fiber optic output ports.
High Quality Features and Support
The FO 1300 E are also equipped with comprehensive diagnostic functions to increase system availability, simplify
start-up and permanently monitor the optical transmission quality. The integrated optical diagnostics allow
permanent monitoring of the FO paths during installation and operation. The floating switch contact is activated
when the signal level on the fiber optic paths reaches a critical level. This early alarm generation enables critical
system states to be detected before they result in failure. These cost and time saving features, along with free
worldwide technical support, make the FO 1300 E serial to fiber converter the smart choice for IT professionals.
Supply voltage and data signals routed through via DIN rail connectors
Connections can be plugged in using a COMBICON screw terminal block
Automatic data rate detection or fixed data rate setting via DIP switches
Redundant power supply possible by means of optional system power supply unit
High-quality electrical isolation between all interfaces (RS-485, fiber optic ports, power supply, DIN rail
connector)
Approved for use in zone 2
Integrated optical diagnostics for continuous monitoring of fiber optic paths
Floating switch contact for leading alarm generation in relation to critical fiber optic paths
Suitable for data rates up to 500 kbps
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PSI-MOS-RS485/FO 1300 E Technical Specifications
Ambient conditions
Ambient temperature (operation)
-20 °C ... 60 °C
Ambient temperature (storage/transport)
-40 °C ... 85 °C
Permissible humidity (operation)
30 % ... 95 % (non-condensing)
Altitude
5000 m (For restrictions see manufacturer's declaration)
Degree of protection
IP20
Noise immunity
EN 61000-6-2:2005
Standards and Regulations
Electromagnetic compatibility
Conformance with EMC directive 89/336/EC
Type of test
Vibration resistance in acc. with EN 60068-2-6/IEC 60068-2-6
Test result
5g, 10-150 Hz, 2.5 h, in XYZ direction
Type of test
Shock in acc. with EN 60068-2-27/IEC 60068-2-27
Test result
15g, 11 ms period, half-sine shock pulse
Shock
15g in all directions in acc. with IEC 60068-2-27
Noise emission
EN 55011
Noise immunity
EN 61000-6-2:2005
Free from substances that could impair
the application of coating
according to P-VW 3.10.7 57 65 0 VW-AUDI-Seat central standard
Connection in acc. with standard
CUL
Standards/regulations
EN 61000-4-2
EN 61000-4-3
EN 61000-4-4
EN 61000-4-5
EN 61000-4-6
Vibration (operation)
In acc. with IEC 60068-2-6: 5g, 150 Hz
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Conformance
CE-compliant
ATEX
II 3 G Ex nA nC IIC T4 Gc X
UL, USA/Canada
508 listed
508 recognized
Optical interface FO
Number of FO ports
1
Wavelength
1300 nm
Transmission length incl. 3 dB system
reserve
25 km (With F-G 50/125 0.7 dB/km at 1300 nm)
22 km (with F-G 62.5/125 0.8 dB/km at 1300 nm)
45 km (With F-E 9/125 0,4 dB/km at 1300 nm)
Transmission medium
Multi-mode fiberglass
Single-mode fiberglass
Transmission protocol
Protocol-transparent to the RS-485 interface
Connection method
SC duplex
General
Bit distortion, input
± 35 % (permitted)
Bit distortion, output
< 6.25 %
Electrical isolation
VCC // RS-485
Test voltage data interface/power supply
1.5 kVrms (50 Hz, 1 min.)
Electromagnetic compatibility
Conformance with EMC directive 89/336/EC
Noise emission
EN 55011
Net weight
225.3 g
Housing material
PA 6.6-FR
Color
green
MTBF
484 Years (Telcordia standard, 25°C temperature, 21% operating
cycle (5 days a week, 8 hours a day))
102 Years (Telcordia standard, 40°C temperature, 34.25% operating
cycle (5 days a week, 12 hours a day))
Conformance
CE-compliant
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ATEX
II 3 G Ex nA nC IIC T4 Gc X (Please follow the special installation
instructions in the documentation!)
UL, USA/Canada
508 listed
508 recognized
Digital outputs
Output name
Relay output
Output description
Alarm output
Number of outputs
1
Maximum switching voltage
60 V DC
42 V AC
Limiting continuous current
1:00 AM
Power supply
Nominal supply voltage
24 V DC (With UL approval)
Supply voltage range
18 V DC ... 32 V DC
Max. current consumption
90 mA
Typical current consumption
55 mA (24 V DC)
Connection method
COMBICON plug-in screw terminal block
Typical current consumption
170 mA (According to UL Listed, 24 V DC)
110 mA (According to UL Recognized, 24 V DC)
Serial interface
Interface 1
RS-485 interface, 2-wire
Operating mode
Semi-duplex
Connection method
Pluggable screw connection
File format/coding
UART (11/10 bit switchable; NRZ), slip-tolerant
Data direction switching
Automatic control
Transmission medium
Copper
Transmission length
≤ 1200 m (depending on the data rate, with shielded, twisted data
cable)
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Termination resistor
390 Ω
220 Ω
390 Ω (Can be connected)
Conductor cross section solid min.
0.2 mm²
Conductor cross section solid max.
2.5 mm²
Conductor cross section flexible min.
0.2 mm²
Conductor cross section flexible max.
2.5 mm²
Conductor cross section AWG min.
24
Conductor cross section AWG max.
14
Serial transmission speed
4.8/ 9.6/ 19.2/ 38.4/ 57.6/ 75/ 93.75/ 115.2/ 136/ 187.5/ 375/ 500
kbps
Dimensions
Width
35 mm
Height
99 mm
Depth
105 mm
Environmental Product Compliance
China RoHS
Environmentally Friendly Use Period = 50
Reach and RoHS Compliant
Reach and RoHS Compliant
Approvals
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cUL Listed
cULus Listed
UL Listed
ATEX
EAC
DNV
cUL Recognized
cULus Recognized
UL Recognized
Commercial data
Packing unit
1
Weight per piece
230.1 g
Country of origin
Germany
Warranty
1 Year
Classifications
eCl@ss 4.0
27230207
eCl@ss 4.1
27230207
eCl@ss 5.0
27230207
eCl@ss 5.1
27230207
eCl@ss 6.0
27230207
eCl@ss 7.0
27230207
eCl@ss 8.0
19179290
eCl@ss 9.0
19179290
ETIM 2.0
EC001423
ETIM 3.0
EC001423
ETIM 4.0
EC001423
ETIM 5.0
EC000310
ETIM 6.0
EC000310
UNSPSC 6.01
30211506
UNSPSC 7.0901
39121008
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UNSPSC 11
39121008
UNSPSC 12.01
39121008
UNSPSC 13.2
43222604
PSI-MOS-RS485/FO 1300 E Serial to Fiber Media Converter Applications
near heavy electrical equipment
in environments with electrical (EMI) or radio (RFI) interference
in environments with transient surges
in industrial plants, warehouses and factory floors
enabling asynchronous serial equipment to communicate at half duplex, with rates up to 500 kbps, over
optical fiber
Point-to-point connections between serial devices over fiber
You can use two PSI-MOS-RS485W2/FO 1300 E Serial to Fiber Converters to easily convert a data link from
copper cable to fiber optics.
Linear Networks
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The PSI-MOS-RS485W2/FO 1300 E device can be used to network several RS-485 devices to form a linear
structure. Devices are used in conjunction with DIN rail connectors along the line.
Star structures
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You can network RS-485 2-wire devices within a star structure. Depending on the number of star lines required,
several PSI-MOS-RS485W2/FO 1300 E Serial to Fiber Converters are connected to TBUS DIN Rail bus systems
for voltage and data. This makes up to 10 fiber optic ports available. Cross-wiring for serial data and for the
supply voltage is provided automatically by the DIN rail connector.
Tree structures
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Linear and star structures can be cascaded to create complex tree structures. The number of devices that can be
cascaded is only limited by the timing response (timeout) of the bus system used due to the bit retiming of the
PSI-MOS-RS485W2/FO 1300 E fiber optic converter.
Block Diagram
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