SCALANCE XM-400

SCALANCE XM-400
SCALANCE XM-400
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Introduction
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Safety notices
SIMATIC NET
Industrial Ethernet switches
SCALANCE XM-400
Operating Instructions
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Description of the device
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Installation
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Connecting up
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Upkeep and maintenance
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Technical specifications
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Dimension drawings
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Approvals
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Legal information
Warning notice system
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damage to property. The notices referring to your personal safety are highlighted in the manual by a safety alert
symbol, notices referring only to property damage have no safety alert symbol. These notices shown below are
graded according to the degree of danger.
DANGER
indicates that death or severe personal injury will result if proper precautions are not taken.
WARNING
indicates that death or severe personal injury may result if proper precautions are not taken.
CAUTION
indicates that minor personal injury can result if proper precautions are not taken.
NOTICE
indicates that property damage can result if proper precautions are not taken.
If more than one degree of danger is present, the warning notice representing the highest degree of danger will
be used. A notice warning of injury to persons with a safety alert symbol may also include a warning relating to
property damage.
Qualified Personnel
The product/system described in this documentation may be operated only by personnel qualified for the specific
task in accordance with the relevant documentation, in particular its warning notices and safety instructions.
Qualified personnel are those who, based on their training and experience, are capable of identifying risks and
avoiding potential hazards when working with these products/systems.
Proper use of Siemens products
Note the following:
WARNING
Siemens products may only be used for the applications described in the catalog and in the relevant technical
documentation. If products and components from other manufacturers are used, these must be recommended
or approved by Siemens. Proper transport, storage, installation, assembly, commissioning, operation and
maintenance are required to ensure that the products operate safely and without any problems. The permissible
ambient conditions must be complied with. The information in the relevant documentation must be observed.
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Table of contents
1
Introduction ............................................................................................................................................. 5
2
Safety notices ......................................................................................................................................... 9
2.1
3
4
Security recommendations .....................................................................................................10
Description of the device ....................................................................................................................... 15
3.1
Product group .........................................................................................................................15
3.2
Product overview ....................................................................................................................17
3.3
Accessories .............................................................................................................................19
3.4
Spare parts .............................................................................................................................21
3.5
3.5.1
3.5.2
3.5.3
Views.......................................................................................................................................22
View of a SCALANCE XM408-4C ..........................................................................................22
View of a SCALANCE XM408-8C device ...............................................................................23
View of a SCALANCE XM416-4C device ...............................................................................24
3.6
SELECT / SET button .............................................................................................................25
3.7
3.7.1
3.7.2
3.7.3
3.7.4
3.7.5
3.7.6
3.7.7
LED display .............................................................................................................................27
Overview .................................................................................................................................27
"RM" LED ................................................................................................................................28
"SB" LED .................................................................................................................................28
"F" LED ...................................................................................................................................28
LEDs "DM1" and "DM2" ..........................................................................................................29
LEDs "L1" and "L2" .................................................................................................................30
Port LEDs ................................................................................................................................31
3.8
3.8.1
3.8.2
C-PLUG/KEY-PLUG ...............................................................................................................33
Function of the C-PLUG/KEY-PLUG ......................................................................................33
Replacing the C-PLUG/KEY-PLUG ........................................................................................34
3.9
3.9.1
3.9.2
Functions ................................................................................................................................36
Combo ports ...........................................................................................................................36
Power over Ethernet (PoE) ..................................................................................................... 37
Installation ............................................................................................................................................ 39
4.1
Safety notices for installation ..................................................................................................39
4.2
Types of installation ................................................................................................................41
4.3
Mounting on DIN rails .............................................................................................................42
4.4
Installation on a standard S7-300 rail .....................................................................................44
4.5
Installation on a standard S7-1500 rail ...................................................................................45
4.6
Fitting an extender ..................................................................................................................46
4.7
General notes for SFP transceivers........................................................................................49
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Connecting up....................................................................................................................................... 51
5.1
Safety when connecting up .................................................................................................... 51
5.2
Spring-loaded terminal ........................................................................................................... 53
5.3
Power supply.......................................................................................................................... 54
5.4
Signaling contact .................................................................................................................... 56
5.5
Serial interface ....................................................................................................................... 57
5.6
Out-of-band interface ............................................................................................................. 59
5.7
Near Field Communication .................................................................................................... 60
5.8
Functional ground .................................................................................................................. 61
Upkeep and maintenance ..................................................................................................................... 63
6.1
Downloading new firmware using TFTP without WBM and CLI ............................................ 63
6.2
Restoring the factory settings ................................................................................................ 64
Technical specifications ........................................................................................................................ 65
7.1
Technical specifications of the SCALANCE XM408-4C ........................................................ 65
7.2
Technical specifications of the SCALANCE XM408-8C ........................................................ 67
7.3
Technical specifications of the SCALANCE XM416-4C ........................................................ 69
7.4
Switching properties ............................................................................................................... 71
Dimension drawings .............................................................................................................................. 73
8.1
SCALANCE XM-400 dimension drawings ............................................................................. 73
8.2
Extender dimension drawings ................................................................................................ 76
Approvals ............................................................................................................................................. 79
Index .................................................................................................................................................... 85
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Introduction
Purpose of the Operating Instructions
These operating instructions support you when installing and connecting up devices of the
SCALANCE XM-400 product group.
The configuration and the integration of the device in a network are not described in these
operating instructions.
Validity of the Operating Instructions
These operating instructions apply to the following devices:
● SCALANCE XM408-4C
● SCALANCE XM408-8C
● SCALANCE XM416-4C
Unless mentioned otherwise, the descriptions in these operating instructions refer to all
devices of the SCALANCE XM-400 product group named above in the section on validity.
Designations used
Classification
Description
Terms used
Product line
The product line includes all devices and variants of all product groups.
SCALANCE X-400
If information applies to all product groups within the product line, the
term SCALANCE X-400 is used.
Product group
If information applies to all devices and variants of a product group, the
term SCALANCE XM-400 is used.
SCALANCE XM-400
Device
If information relates to a specific device, the device name is used.
SCALANCE XM408-4C
SCALANCE XM408-8C
SCALANCE XM416-4C
Additional documentation
In addition, note the Operating Instructions of the extenders and pluggable transceivers.
When working with the port extender PE408PoE, note the documentation of the PoE power
supplies SCALANCE PS9230 PoE and SCALANCE PS924 PoE.
When using the Function Extender BUS ANALYZER Agent XM-400, note the documentation
of the BUS ANALYZER Agent XM-400.
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Introduction
You will find the supplementary documentation here:
● On the data medium that ships with some products:
– Product CD / product DVD
– SIMATIC NET Manual Collection
● On the Internet pages of Siemens Industry Online Support
(http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/79730528/133300)
Documentation on configuration
You will find detailed information on configuring the devices in the following configuration
manuals:
● SCALANCE XM-400/XR-500 Web Based Management
● SCALANCE XM-400/XR-500 Command Line Interface
You will find the configuration manuals here:
● On the data medium that ships with some products:
– Product CD / product DVD
– SIMATIC NET Manual Collection
● On the Internet pages of Siemens Industry Online Support.
(http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/79730528/130000)
Further documentation
In the system manuals "Industrial Ethernet / PROFINET Industrial Ethernet" and "Industrial
Ethernet / PROFINET passive network components", you will find information on other
SIMATIC NET products that you can operate along with the devices of this product line in an
Industrial Ethernet network.
There, you will find among other things optical performance data of the communications
partner that you require for the installation.
You will find the system manuals here:
● On the data medium that ships with some products:
– Product CD / product DVD
– SIMATIC NET Manual Collection
● On the Internet pages of Siemens Industry Online Support under the following entry IDs:
– 27069465 (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/27069465)
Industrial Ethernet / PROFINET Industrial Ethernet System Manual
– 84922825 (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/84922825)
Industrial Ethernet / PROFINET - Passive network components System Manual
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Introduction
SIMATIC NET manuals
You will find the SIMATIC NET manuals here:
● On the data medium that ships with some products:
– Product CD / product DVD
– SIMATIC NET Manual Collection
● On the Internet pages of Siemens Industry Online Support
(http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/10805878/130000).
SIMATIC NET glossary
Explanations of many of the specialist terms used in this documentation can be found in the
SIMATIC NET glossary.
You will find the SIMATIC NET glossary here:
● SIMATIC NET Manual Collection or product DVD
The DVD ships with certain SIMATIC NET products.
● On the Internet under the following address:
50305045 (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/50305045)
Catalogs
You will find the order numbers for the Siemens products of relevance here in the following
catalogs:
● SIMATIC NET Industrial Communication / Industrial Identification, catalog IK PI
● SIMATIC Products for Totally Integrated Automation and Micro Automation, catalog
ST 70
● Industry Mall - catalog and ordering system for automation and drive technology, Online
catalog
(https://mall.industry.siemens.com/goos/WelcomePage.aspx?regionUrl=/de&language=e
n)
You can request the catalogs and additional information from your Siemens representative.
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Security information
Siemens provides products and solutions with industrial security functions that support the
secure operation of plants, solutions, machines, equipment and/or networks. They are
important components in a holistic industrial security concept. With this in mind, Siemens’
products and solutions undergo continuous development. Siemens recommends strongly
that you regularly check for product updates.
For the secure operation of Siemens products and solutions, it is necessary to take suitable
preventive action (e.g. cell protection concept) and integrate each component into a holistic,
state-of-the-art industrial security concept. Third-party products that may be in use should
also be considered. You will find more information about Industrial Security in:
Industrial security (http://www.siemens.com/industrialsecurity)
To stay informed about product updates as they occur, sign up for a product-specific
newsletter. You will find more information about this in
Product support (https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/ps/15247/pm)
Unpacking and checking
WARNING
Do not use any parts that show evidence of damage
If you use damaged parts, there is no guarantee that the device will function according to
the specification.
If you use damaged parts, this can lead to the following problems:
• Injury to persons
• Loss of the approvals
• Violation of the EMC regulations
• Damage to the device and other components
Use only undamaged parts.
1. Make sure that the package is complete.
2. Check all the parts for transport damage.
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Safety notices
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Read the safety notices
Note the following safety notices. These relate to the entire working life of the device.
You should also read the safety notices relating to handling in the individual sections,
particularly in the sections "Installation" and "Connecting up".
Safety notices on use in hazardous areas
General safety notices relating to protection against explosion
WARNING
EXPLOSION HAZARD
Do not open the device when the supply voltage is turned on.
Safety notices when using the device according to Hazardous Locations (HazLoc)
If you use the device under HazLoc conditions you must also keep to the following safety
notices in addition to the general safety notices for protection against explosion:
This equipment is suitable for use in Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C and D or nonhazardous locations only.
This equipment is suitable for use in Class I, Zone 2, Group IIC or non-hazardous locations
only.
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Safety notices
2.1 Security recommendations
2.1
Security recommendations
NOTICE
Information security
Connect to the device and change the standard password for the user set in the factory
"admin" and "" before you operate the device.
To prevent unauthorized access, note the following security recommendations.
General
● You should make regular checks to make sure that the device meets these
recommendations and/or other security guidelines.
● Evaluate your plant as a whole in terms of security. Use a cell protection concept with
suitable products.
● When confidential zones are used, the internal and external network are disconnected, an
attacker cannot access the data from the outside.
● Operate the device only within a protected network area.
● Use VPN to encrypt and authenticate communication from and to the devices.
● For data transmission via a non-secure network use an encrypted VPN tunnel (IPsec).
● For operation of the device in a non-secure infrastructure no product liability will be
accepted.
● Separate connections correctly (WBM. Telnet, SSH etc.).
Physical access
● Restrict physical access to the device to qualified personnel.
– The memory card or the PLUG (C-PLUG, KEY-PLUG) contains sensitive data such as
certificates, keys etc. that can be read out and modified.
– Using the button, you can reset the device to the factory defaults.
● If the device is publicly accessible, disable the functions of the button using the software.
● Lock unused physical ports on the device. Unused ports can be used to gain forbidden
access to the plant.
Software (security functions)
● Keep the software up to date. Check regularly for security updates of the product.
You will find information on this on the Internet pages "Industrial Security
(http://www.siemens.com/industrialsecurity)"
● Inform yourself regularly about security advisories and bulletins published by Siemens
productCERT (http://www.siemens.com/cert/en/cert-security-advisories.htm).
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Safety notices
2.1 Security recommendations
● Only activate protocols that you really require to use the device.
● Restrict access to the device with a firewall or rules in an access control list (ACL Access Control List).
● Restrict access to the management of the device with rules in an access control list
(ACL).
● The option of VLAN structuring provides good protection against DoS attacks and
unauthorized access. Check whether this is practical or useful in your environment.
● Enable logging functions. Use the central logging function to log changes and access
attempts centrally. Check the logging information regularly.
● Configure a Syslog server to forward all logs to a central location.
Passwords
● Define rules for the use of devices and assignment of passwords.
● Regularly update passwords and keys to increase security.
● Change all default passwords for users before you operate the device.
● Only use passwords with a high password strength. Avoid weak passwords for example
password1, 123456789, abcdefgh.
● Make sure that all passwords are protected and inaccessible to unauthorized personnel.
● Do not use the same password for different users and systems or after it has expired.
Keys and certificates
This section deals with the security keys and certificates you require to set up SSL.
● We strongly recommend that you create your own SSL certificates and make them
available.
There are preset certificates and keys on the device. The preset and automatically
created SSL certificates are self-signed. We recommend that you use SSL certificates
signed either by a reliable external or by an internal certification authority.
The device has an interface via which you can import the certificates and keys.
● Use the certification authority including key revocation and management to sign the
certificates.
● Handle user-defined private keys with great caution if you use user-defined SSH or SSL
keys.
● Verify certificates and fingerprints on the server and client to avoid "man in the middle"
attacks.
● We recommend that you use certificates with a key length of 2048 bits.
● Change keys and certificates immediately, if there is a suspicion of compromise.
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Safety notices
2.1 Security recommendations
Secure/non-secure protocols
● Avoid or disable non-secure protocols, for example Telnet and TFTP. For historical
reasons, these protocols are still available, however not intended for secure applications.
Use non-secure protocols on the device with caution.
● Avoid or disable non-secure protocols. Check whether use of the following protocols is
necessary:
– PROFINET
– Broadcast pings
– Non authenticated and unencrypted interfaces
– ICMP (redirect)
– MRP, HRP
– GMRP and IGMP
– LLDP
– Syslog
– RADIUS
– DHCP Options 66/67
– TFTP
– GMRP and GVRP
– Multicast routing
● The following protocols provide secure alternatives:
– SNMPv1/v2 → SNMPv3
Check whether use of SNMPv1 is necessary. SNMPv1 is classified as non-secure.
Use the option of preventing write access. The product provides you with suitable
setting options.
If SNMP is enabled, change the community names. If no unrestricted access is
necessary, restrict access with SNMP.
Use SNMPv3 in conjunction with passwords.
– HTTP → HTTPS
– TFTP → FTPS
– Telnet → SSH
– SNTP → NTP
● Use secure protocols when access to the device is not prevented by physical protection
measures.
● To prevent unauthorized access to the device or network, take suitable protective
measures against non-secure protocols.
● If you require non-secure protocols and services, operate the device only within a
protected network area.
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Safety notices
2.1 Security recommendations
● Restrict the services and protocols available to the outside to a minimum.
● For the DCP function, enable the "DCP read-only" mode after commissioning.
Port security
● Use port security functions (IEEE 802.1X).
● Enable port authentication on the ports of end devices.
● Use the function "Locked Ports" to block ports for unknown nodes.
● Configure the ports, e.g. edge ports, receive ports, unused ports to block all unnecessary
protocols and services.
● Configure the receive ports so that they discard all untagged frames (Tagged Frames
Only).
Available protocols per port
The following list provides you with an overview of the open ports on this device. Keep this in
mind when configuring a firewall.
The table includes the following columns:
● Protocol
All protocols that the device supports
● Port number
Port number assigned to the protocol
● Port status
– Open
The port is always open and cannot be closed.
– Open (when configured)
The port is open if it has been configured.
Note
With some protocols the port may be open although the corresponding protocol is
disabled, for example TFTP.
● Default status of the port
– Open
As default the port is open.
– Closed
As default the port is closed.
● Authentication
Specifies whether or not the protocol is authenticated during access.
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2.1 Security recommendations
Protocol
Port number
Port status
Default status of the
port
Authentication
SSH
TCP/22
Open (when configured)
Open
Yes
TELNET
TCP/23
Open (when configured)
Open
Yes
HTTP
TCP/80
Open (when configured)
Open
Yes
HTTPS
TCP/443
Open (when configured)
Open
Yes
SNTP
UDP/123
Open (when configured)
Closed
No
SNMP
UDP/161
Open (when configured)
Open
Yes
PROFINET
UDP/34964,
UDP/49154,
49155
Open
Open
No
Syslog
UDP/514
Open (when configured)
Open
No
EtherNet/IP
TCP/44818,
UDP/2222,4
4818
Open (when configured)
Open
No
DHCP
UDP/67,68
Open (when configured)
Closed
No
RADIUS
UDP/1812,1
813
Open (when configured)
Closed
No
TFTP
UDP/69
Open (when configured)
Closed
No
RIP
UDP/520
Open (when configured)
Closed
No
NTP
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Description of the device
3.1
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Product group
SCALANCE XM-400 product group
The product group SCALANCE XM-400 consists of basic devices (compact switches) and
extenders (port extenders and function extender).
SCALANCE XM-400 basic device
Basic properties
The SCALANCE XM-400 basic devices are modular compact switches with fixed RJ-45
ports (10/100/1000 Mbps) and SFP transceiver slots that can be equipped individually. The
SFP transceiver slots are combo ports.
A SCALANCE XM-400 can manage a maximum of 24 ports with 10/100/1000 Mbps.
The following components exist only on the basic device:
● CPU
● Power supply
● Signaling contact
● Out-of-band port
● Serial interface
● "SELECT / SET" button
Expansions
The basic devices can be expanded with additional ports and functions by using an
extender. The extenders are connected to the side of the basic device. Each basic device
has an expansion interface to the left for function extenders and to the right an expansion
interface for port extenders.
Depending on the number of ports of the basic device (10/100/1000 Mbps) up to 2 port
extenders can be added. Further port extenders are not supplied with power. There is no
particular order in which the port extenders need to be added.
Example:
● The basic device SCALANCE XM408-8C has 8 ports. It can therefore be expanded by 2
port extenders each with 8 ports.
● The basic device SCALANCE XM416-4C has 16 ports. It can therefore be expanded by
one port extender with 8 ports.
A function extender can be added.
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Description of the device
3.1 Product group
Port extender PE400
Port extenders are modular network components with RJ-45 ports (10/100/1000 Mbps) or
SFP transceiver slots. To the left they have an expansion interface to connect to the basic
device or to another port extender and to the right they have an expansion interface for
additional port extenders. Each port extender functions with every basic device.
Note
Port extenders function only in conjunction with a basic device.
Function Extender BUS ANALYZER Agent XM-400
Function extenders are modular network components, that expand the range of functions of
the basic device. To the right they have an expansion interface to connect to the basic
device. Function extenders can be used with every basic device.
The BUS ANALYZER Agent XM-400 can be used as a function extender for SCALANCE
XM-400.
As a function extender the BUS ANALYZER Agent XM-400 is a modular network component
with 4 internal monitor ports for port mirroring. On the internal ports of the BUS ANALYZER
Agent XM-400, ports of the basic device can be mirrored and their data traffic recorded. The
BUS ANALYZER Agent XM-400 has an expansion interface to the right to connect to the
basic device. It can be used with every basic device.
In standalone mode, the BUS ANALYZER Agent XM-400 is an independent hardware
module for recording and sending Ethernet and PROFINET data without any consequences.
You will find detailed information in the operating instructions of the BUS ANALYZER Agent
XM-400, see section "Introduction (Page 5)", subsection "Additional documentation".
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Description of the device
3.2 Product overview
3.2
Product overview
Article numbers
Type
Properties
Article number
SCALANCE XM408-4C 8 RJ-45 ports, 4 pluggable transceiver slots, up to 2 port extenders and
1 function extender, layer 3 with KEY-PLUG
6GK5 408-4GP002AM2
8 RJ-45 ports, 4 pluggable transceiver slots, up to 2 port extenders and
1 function extender, layer 3 integrated
6GK5 408-4GQ002AM2
SCALANCE XM408-8C 8 RJ-45 ports, 8 pluggable transceiver slots, up to 2 port extenders and
1 function extender, layer 3 with KEY-PLUG
6GK5 408-8GS002AM2
8 RJ-45 ports, 8 pluggable transceiver slots, up to 2 port extenders and
1 function extender, layer 3 integrated
6GK5 408-8GR002AM2
SCALANCE XM416-4C 16 RJ-45 ports, 4 pluggable transceiver slots, max. 1 port extender and
1 function extender, layer 3 with KEY-PLUG
6GK5 416-4GS002AM2
16 RJ-45 ports, 4 pluggable transceiver slots, max. 1 port extender and
1 function extender, layer 3 integrated
6GK5 416-4GR002AM2
Type designation
The type designation of a SCALANCE XM-400 is made up of several parts that have the
following meaning:
Interfaces
Device
Number of electrical connectors
Number of combo ports
Number of slots for pluggable
transceivers
SCALANCE XM408-4C
8
4
4
SCALANCE XM408-8C
8
8
8
SCALANCE XM416-4C
16
4
4
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Description of the device
3.2 Product overview
Components of the product
The following components are supplied with a SCALANCE XM-400:
● One IE switch with exchangeable storage medium C-PLUG
● One product DVD with documentation and software
● Securing screw for mounting on an S7 standard rail
● A 4-pin terminal block for the power supply (spring-loaded terminal)
● A 2-pin terminal block for the signaling contact (spring-loaded terminal)
● A connecting cable for the serial interface with RJ-11 plug and 9-pin D-sub female
connector
● Covers for the pluggable transceiver slots
– SCALANCE XM408-4C: 4 covers
– SCALANCE XM408-8C: 8 covers
– SCALANCE XM416-4C: 4 covers
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Description of the device
3.3 Accessories
3.3
Accessories
The following accessories are available for SCALANCE XM-400:
KEY-PLUG
Type
Article number
KEY-PLUG XM400 Layer 3
6GK5 904-0PA00
SFP transceiver
Type
Property
Article number
SFP991-1
1 x 100 Mbps, LC port optical for glass FO cable
(multimode), up to max. 5 km
6GK5 991-1AD00-8AA0
SFP991-1LD
1 x 100 Mbps LC port optical for glass FO cable
(single mode) up to max. 26 km
6GK5 991-1AF00-8AA0
SFP991-1LH+
1 x 100 Mbps LC port optical for glass FO cable
(single mode) up to max. 70 km
6GK5 991-1AE00-8AA0
SFP991-1ELH200
1 x 100 Mbps LC port optical for glass FO cable
(single mode) up to max. 200 km
6GK5 991-1AE30-8AA0
SFP992-1
1 x 1000 Mbps, LC port optical for glass FO cable
(multimode), up to max. 750 m
6GK5 992-1AL00-8AA0
SFP992-1LD
1 x 1000 Mbps LC port optical for glass FO cable
(single mode) up to max. 10 km
6GK5 992-1AM00-8AA0
SFP992-1LH
1 x 1000 Mbps LC port optical for glass FO cable
(single mode) up to max. 40 km
6GK5 992-1AN00-8AA0
SFP992-1LH+
1 x 1000 Mbps LC port optical for glass FO cable
(single mode) up to max. 70 km
6GK5 992-1AP00-8AA0
SFP992-1ELH
1 x 1000 Mbps LC port optical for glass FO cable
(single mode) up to max. 120 km
6GK5 992-1AQ00-8AA0
Note
Restriction for pluggable transceivers
The maximum ambient temperature changes if you use pluggable transceivers:
• If you use transceivers of the types multimode and LD, the maximum ambient
temperature is reduced to 60 °C.
• If you use transceivers of the types LH, LH+, ELH or ELH200, the maximum ambient
temperature is reduced to 50 °C.
You can only use up to 4 pluggable transceivers of the types LH, LH+, ELH or ELH200 in
the basic device.
For the values of the ambient temperature without pluggable transceivers, refer to the
section "Technical specifications (Page 65)".
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3.3 Accessories
Port extender
Type
Properties
Article number
PE408
8 x 10/100/1000 Mbps RJ-45 ports
6GK5 408-0GA00-8AP2
PE408PoE
8 x 10/100/1000 Mbps, RJ-45 ports with PoE
6GK5 408-0PA00-8AP2
PE400-8SFP
8 x 100/1000 Mbps, SFP ports
6GK5 400-8AS00-8AP2
Function Extender BUS ANALYZER Agent XM-400
Device
Properties
Article number
BUS ANALYZER
Agent XM-400 as
function extender
4 x internal monitor ports for port mirroring
9AE 4140-2AA00
PoE power supply
Type
Input voltage
Output voltage
Output current
Article number
SCALANCE PS9230
PoE
100/240 VAC
50/60 Hz
54 VDC
1.6 A
6GK5 923-0PS00-3AA2
SCALANCE PS924 PoE
24 VDC
54 VDC
1.6 A
6GK5 924-0PS00-1AA2
SCP / STP transceiver
Type
Properties
Article number
SCP992-1
1 x 1000 Mbps SC port optical for glass FO cable
(multimode) up to max. 750 m
6GK5 992-1AJ00-8AA0
SCP992-1LD
1 x 1000 Mbps SC port optical for glass FO cable
(single mode) up to max. 10 km
6GK5 992-1AK00-8AA0
STP991-1
1 x 100 Mbps ST port optical for glass FO cable
(multimode) up to max. 5 km
6GK5 991-1AB00-8AA0
STP991-1LD
1 x 100 Mbps ST port optical for glass FO cable
(single mode) up to max. 26 km
6GK5 991-1AC00-8AA0
Can only be operated in SCP and STP slots.
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3.4 Spare parts
3.4
Spare parts
The following spare parts are available for SCALANCE XM-400:
Component
Description
Article number
C-PLUG
Configuration plug,
6GK1 900-0AB00
exchangeable storage medium for configuration data
Spring-loaded terminal block, 4
terminals
4-terminal spring-loaded terminal block to connect the power supply (24 VDC),
6GK5 980-1DB10-0AA5
for SCALANCE X/W/S/M,
pack of 5
Spring-loaded terminal block, 2
terminals
2-terminal spring-loaded terminal block to connect the signaling contact (24 VDC),
6GK5 980-0BB10-0AA5
for SCALANCE X/W/S/M,
pack of 5
Securing screw
Screw for mounting on an S7-1500 and S7-300 standard
rail,
6GK5 980-4AA00-0AA5
for SCALANCE X/W,
pack of 5
Connecting cable (RJ-11/RS232)
Preassembled, serial cable with RJ-11 and RS-232 plug,
6GK5 980-3BB00-0AA5
Length: 3 m
pack of 1
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3.5 Views
3.5
Views
3.5.1
View of a SCALANCE XM408-4C
The following figure shows an overview of the components of the SCALANCE XM408-4C.
①
②
③
④
⑤
⑥
⑦
Electrical ports
Expansion interface with cover
Slots for pluggable transceivers (STP and DCP)
Location for securing to an S7 standard rail (on the underside of the device, not in figure)
Grounding (on rear of device, not shown in figure)
LED display
Slot for C-PLUG / KEY-PLUG
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3.5 Views
3.5.2
View of a SCALANCE XM408-8C device
The following figure shows an overview of the components of the SCALANCE XM408-8C.
①
②
③
④
⑤
⑥
⑦
Electrical ports
Expansion interface with cover
Slots for SFP transceivers
Location for securing to an S7 standard rail (on the underside of the device, not in figure)
Grounding (on rear of device, not shown in figure)
LED display
Slots for C-PLUG / KEY-PLUG
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3.5 Views
3.5.3
View of a SCALANCE XM416-4C device
The following figure shows an overview of the components of the SCALANCE XM416-4C.
①
②
③
④
⑤
⑥
⑦
Electrical ports
Expansion interface with cover
Slots for SFP transceivers
Location for securing to an S7 standard rail (on the underside of the device, not in figure)
Grounding (on rear of device, not shown in figure)
LED display
Slot for C-PLUG / KEY-PLUG
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3.6 SELECT / SET button
3.6
SELECT / SET button
Position
The "SELECT/SET" button is located on the front of the SCALANCE XM-400.
Image 3-1
Position of the "SELECT/SET" button on the SCALANCE XM-400
Setting the display mode
To set the required display mode, press the "SELECT/SET" button.
For more detailed information on the display modes, refer to the section "LEDs "DM1" and
"DM2" (Page 29)".
Resetting the device to factory defaults
If you reset, all the changes you have made will be overwritten by factory defaults.
To reset the device to the factory defaults, follow the steps below:
1. Switch to display mode A.
Display mode A is active if the LEDS "DM1" and "DM2" are unlit.
If the "DM1" and "DM2" LEDs are lit or flashing, you will need to press the "SET/SELECT"
repeatedly until the "DM1" and "DM2" LEDs go off.
If you do not press the "SELECT/SET" button for longer than 1 minute, the device
automatically changes to display mode A.
2. Hold down the "SELECT/SET" button for 12 seconds.
After 9 seconds,the "DM1" and "DM2" LEDs start to flash for 3 seconds. At the same
time, the port LEDs go on one after the other.
After you have held down the button for 12 seconds, the factory defaults are restored.
If you release the button before the 12 seconds have elapsed, the reset is canceled.
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Description of the device
3.6 SELECT / SET button
CAUTION
Restart with the SELECT/SET button disabled for "Restore Factory Defaults"
If you have disabled the SELECT/SET button for "Restore Factory Defaults" in the
configuration, this does not apply during the startup phase. When you restart after cycling
power, the configuration can nevertheless be deleted using this button. This action cannot
be undone and you then need to reload the device configuration. This can lead to
disturbances and failures in the corresponding network area.
Defining the fault mask
Using the fault mask, you specify an individual "good status" for the connected ports and the
power supply. Deviations from this status are displayed as errors/faults.
To define the fault mask, follow the steps below:
1. Switch to display mode D.
Display mode D is active if the "DM1" and "DM2" LEDs are lit green..
If another display mode is active, you will need to press the "SET/SELECT" button
repeatedly until the "DM1" and "DM2" LEDs are lit green.
2. Hold down the "SELECT/SET" button for 5 seconds.
After 2 seconds,the "DM1" and "DM2" LEDs start to flash for 3 seconds. At the same
time, the port LEDs go on one after the other.
After you have held down the button for 5 seconds, the current settings are stored as the
"good status".
If you release the button before the 5 seconds have elapsed, the previous fault mask will
be retained.
Enabling/disabling the redundancy manager
To enable/disable the redundancy manager, follow the steps below:
1. Switch to display mode B.
Display mode B is active if the "DM1" LED is lit green and the "DM2" LED is off..
If another display mode is active, you will need to press the "SET/SELECT" button
repeatedly until the "DM1" LED is lit green and the "DM2" LED is off.
2. Hold down the "SELECT/SET" button for 5 seconds.
After 2 seconds,the "DM1", "DM2" and "RM" LEDs start to flash for 3 seconds. At the
same time, the port LEDs go on one after the other.
If you release the button before the 5 seconds have elapsed, the action is canceled.
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3.7 LED display
The result of the action depends on the initial situation:
– Initial situation:
The redundancy manager and media redundancy are disabled.
Result:
After enabling the redundancy manager, media redundancy is also enabled.
– Initial situation:
The redundancy manager and media redundancy are enabled.
Result:
After disabling the redundancy manager, media redundancy remains enabled.
3.7
LED display
3.7.1
Overview
The following figure shows the arrangement of the LEDs.
F
LED for displaying the fault/error status
RM
LED for displaying the "redundancy manager" function
SB
LED for displaying the "standby" function
DM1/DM2
LEDs for displaying the display mode
L1/L2
LEDs for displaying the power supply
P
LEDs for displaying the port status *)
COMBO
Indicates that the LEDs belong to combo ports
*) The number of port LEDs depends on the device.
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3.7 LED display
3.7.2
"RM" LED
The "RM" LED indicates whether or not the device is a redundancy manager and whether or
not the ring is operating free of error.
LED color
LED status
Meaning
-
Off
The device is not a redundancy manager.
Green
On
The device is a redundancy manager.
The ring is working without problems, monitoring is activated.
Green
Flashing
The device is a redundancy manager.
An interruption has been detected on the ring and the device
has switched through.
3.7.3
"SB" LED
The "SB" LED shows the status of the standby function.
3.7.4
LED color
LED status
Meaning
-
Off
The standby function is disabled.
Green
On
The standby function is enabled. The standby section is passive.
Green
Flashing
The standby function is enabled. The standby section is active.
"F" LED
The "F" LED shows the fault/error status of the device.
Meaning during device startup
LED color
LED status
Meaning during device startup
-
Off
Device startup was completed successfully.
Red
On
Device startup is not yet completed or errors have occurred.
Red
Flashing
There are errors in the firmware.
Meaning during operation
LED color
LED status
Meaning during operation
-
Off
The device is operating free of errors.
Red
On
The device has detected a problem. The signaling contact has
opened.
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3.7 LED display
3.7.5
LEDs "DM1" and "DM2"
The "DM1" and "DM2" LEDs indicate which display mode is set.
There are 5 display modes (A, B, C, D, and E). Display mode A is the default mode.
Depending on the set display mode, the "L1", "L2" LEDs and the port LEDs show different
information.
LED color
LED status
DM1 LED
-
Meaning
DM2 LED
Off
Display mode A
Green
On
Off
Display mode B
Green
Off
On
Display mode C
Green
Green
On
Display mode D
Flashing
Off
Display mode E
Setting the display mode
To set the required display mode, press the "SELECT/SET" button.
If you do not press the "SELECT/SET" button for longer than 1 minute, the device
automatically changes to display mode A.
Pressing SELECT/SET button
starting at display mode A
LED status
DM1
-
Display mode
DM2
Off
Display mode A
Press once
On
Off
Display mode B
Press twice
Off
On
Display mode C
Press three times
Press four times
On
Flashing
Display mode D
Off
Display mode E
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3.7 LED display
3.7.6
LEDs "L1" and "L2"
The "L1" and "L2" LEDs indicate the current range of the power supply at connectors L1 and
L2.
The meaning of the "L1" and "L2" LEDs depends on the set display mode, see section
"LEDs "DM1" and "DM2" (Page 29)".
Meaning in display modes A, B, C and E
In display modes A, B, C and E, from the "L1" and "L2" LEDs you can see whether the
power supply is higher or lower than 17 V.
L1/L2 LED
L1/L2 connector
LED color
LED status
-
Off
Power supply lower than 17 V
Green
On
Power supply higher than 17 V
Meaning in display mode D
In display mode D, the "L1" and "L2" LEDs indicate whether the power supply is monitored.
L1/L2 LED
LED color
LED status
-
Off
L1/L2 connector
Power supply is not monitored.
If the power supply falls below 17 V, the signaling contact does
not respond.
Green
On
Power supply is monitored.
If the power supply falls below 17 V, the signaling contact responds.
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3.7 LED display
3.7.7
Port LEDs
The port LEDs "P1", "P2" etc. show information about the corresponding ports.
The meaning of the Port LEDs depends on the set display mode, see section "LEDs "DM1"
and "DM2" (Page 29)".
Meaning in display mode A
In display mode A, the port LEDs indicate whether a valid link exists.
LED color
LED status
Meaning
-
Off
No valid link to the port (for example station turned off or
cable not connected).
Green
On
Link exists and port in normal status. In this status, the
port can receive and send data.
Flashes once per period*
Link exists and port in "blocking" status. In this status, the
port only receives management data (no user data).
Flashes three times per
period*
Link exists and port turned off by management. In this
status, no data is sent or received via the port.
Flashes four times per
period*
Link exists and is in the "monitor port" status. In this status, the data traffic of another port is mirrored to this port.
Flashing / lit
Receiving data at port
Yellow
* 1 period ≙ 2.5 seconds
Meaning in display mode B
In display mode B, the port LEDs indicate the transmission speed.
LED color
LED status
Meaning
-
Off
Port operating at 10 Mbps
Green
On
Port operating at 100 Mbps
Orange
On
Port operating at 1000 Mbps
Green
Flashing
Port operating at 10 Gbps
If there is a connection problem and the type of transmission is fixed (autonegotiation off),
the desired status, in other words the set transmission speed (1000 Mbps, 100 Mbps, 10
Mbps) continues to be displayed. If there is a connection problem and autonegotiation is
active, the port LED goes off.
Meaning in display mode C
In display mode C, the port LEDs indicate the mode.
LED color
LED status
Meaning
-
Off
Port operating in half duplex mode
Green
On
Port operating in full duplex mode
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3.7 LED display
Meaning in display mode D
In display mode D, the port LEDs indicate whether the port is monitored.
LED color
LED status
-
Off
Meaning
Port is not monitored.
If no link was established at the port the signaling contact
does not indicate an error.
Green
On
Port is monitored.
If no link was established at the port the signaling contact
indicates an error.
Meaning in display mode E
In display mode E, the port LEDs indicate whether the connected device is supplied using
PoE.
LED color
LED status
Meaning
-
Off
The connected device is not supplied using PoE.
Green
On
The connected device is supplied via PoE.
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3.8 C-PLUG/KEY-PLUG
3.8
C-PLUG/KEY-PLUG
3.8.1
Function of the C-PLUG/KEY-PLUG
NOTICE
Do not remove or insert a C-PLUG/KEY-PLUG during operation
A C-PLUG/KEY-PLUG may only be removed or inserted when the device is turned off.
Saving configuration data and enabling layer 3 functionality
A PLUG is an exchangeable storage medium for storing the configuration data of the device.
This allows fast and uncomplicated replacement of a device. The PLUG is taken from the
previous device and inserted in the new device. The first time it is started up, the
replacement device has the same configuration as the previous device except for the devicespecific MAC address set by the vendor.
A C-PLUG stores the current information about the configuration of a device.
In addition to the configuration, a KEY-PLUG also contains a license with which layer 3
functionality is enabled.
Note
The device can also be operated without a C-PLUG/KEY-PLUG.
How it works
Operating mode
In terms of the C-PLUG / KEY-PLUG, there are three modes for the device:
● Without C-PLUG/KEY-PLUG
The device stores the configuration in internal memory.
This mode is active if no C-PLUG/KEY-PLUG is inserted.
● With unwritten C-PLUG/KEY-PLUG
If an unwritten C-PLUG/KEY-PLUG (factory status or deleted with Clean function) is
used, the local configuration already existing on the device is automatically stored on the
inserted C-PLUG/KEY-PLUG during startup.
This mode is active as soon as an unwritten C-PLUG/KEY-PLUG is inserted.
● With written C-PLUG/KEY-PLUG
A device with a written and accepted C-PLUG/KEY-PLUG ("ACCEPTED" status)
automatically uses its configuration data during startup.
Acceptance is only possible if the data was written by a compatible device type.
This mode is active as soon as a written C-PLUG/KEY-PLUG is inserted.
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3.8 C-PLUG/KEY-PLUG
Operation with C-PLUG/KEY-PLUG
The configuration stored on the C-PLUG/KEY-PLUG is displayed via the user interfaces.
If changes are made to the configuration, the device stores the configuration directly on the
C-PLUG/KEY-PLUG, if this is in the "ACCEPTED" status. The internal memory is neither
read nor written.
Response to errors
Inserting a C-PLUG/KEY-PLUG that does not contain the configuration of a compatible
device type, accidentally removing the C-PLUG/KEY-PLUG or general malfunctions of the CPLUG/KEY-PLUG are signaled by the diagnostics mechanisms of the device (LEDs, Webbased management (WBM), SNMP, Command Line Interface (CLI) and PROFINET
diagnostics).
The user then has the choice of either removing the C-PLUG/KEY-PLUG again or selecting
the option to reformat the C-PLUG/KEY-PLUG.
3.8.2
Replacing the C-PLUG/KEY-PLUG
Position of the C-PLUG/KEY-PLUG
NOTICE
Do not remove or insert a C-PLUG/KEY-PLUG during operation
A C-PLUG/KEY-PLUG may only be removed or inserted when the device is turned off.
The device checks whether or not a C-PLUG/KEY-PLUG is inserted at one second
intervals. If it is detected that the C-PLUG/KEY-PLUG was removed, there is a restart.
If a KEY-PLUG was inserted in the device, the device changes to a defined error state
following the restart.
The C-PLUG/KEY-PLUG slot is on the top of the device housing.
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3.8 C-PLUG/KEY-PLUG
Replacing a C-PLUG/KEY-PLUG
Removing a C-PLUG/KEY-PLUG
1. Turn off the power to the device.
2. Insert a screwdriver between the front edge of the C-PLUG/KEY-PLUG (A) and the slot
and release the C-PLUG/KEY-PLUG.
3. Remove the C-PLUG/KEY-PLUG.
Inserting a C-PLUG/KEY-PLUG
1. Turn off the power to the device.
2. The housing of the C-PLUG/KEY-PLUG has a protruding ridge on the long side (B). The
slot has a groove at this position. Insert the C-PLUG/KEY-PLUG into the slot correctly
aligned.
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3.9 Functions
3.9
Functions
3.9.1
Combo ports
Characteristics
Combo port is the name for two communication ports. A combo port has the two following
jacks:
● a fixed RJ-45 port
● an SFP transceiver slot that can be equipped individually
Of these two ports, only one can ever be active. Using the mode, you can decide how the
ports are prioritized.
The port name is the same on both jacks of the combo port, for example "P3C.
For each combo port there is an LED. The LEDs for the combo ports can be identified by a
vertical line and the word "COMBO". The labeling of the combo port LEDs does not differ
from that of the other LEDs, e.g. "P3".
Setting the mode
The following modes can be configured for a combo port:
● Mode 1: auto
The SFP transceiver port has priority. As soon as an SFP transceiver is plugged in, an
existing connection at the fixed RJ-45 port is terminated. If no SFC transceiver is plugged
in, a connection can be established via the fixed RJ-45 port.
● Mode 2: rj45
The fixed RJ-45 port is independent of the SFP transceiver port.
● Mode 3: sfp
The pluggable transceiver port is used independent of the fixed RJ-45 port.
The factory setting for the combo ports is mode 1: auto.
You configure the mode with Web Based Management or the Command Line Interface.
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3.9 Functions
3.9.2
Power over Ethernet (PoE)
Function
The "Power over Ethernet" function supplies connected devices with power via the Ethernet
cable. Devices supplied with power via an Ethernet cable do not require a separate voltage
source.
PoE-compliant devices can be divided into the following groups:
● Power source (PSE - Power Sourcing Equipment)
These inject power onto the Ethernet cable.
● Power consumer (PD - Powered Device)
These are supplied with power via the Ethernet cable.
Power over Ethernet with SCALANCE XM-400
With a SCALANCE XM-400, you can use the "Power over Ethernet" function via the port
extender PE408PoE as the power generator.
You will find suitable PoE power supplies in the section "Accessories (Page 19)".
You will find detailed information on the port extender PE408PoE in the operating
instructions "Extenders for SCALANCE XM-400".
You will find the Operating Instructions here:
● On the data medium that ships with some products:
– Product CD / product DVD
– SIMATIC NET Manual Collection
● On the Internet pages of Siemens Industry Online Support
(http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/79730528/133300)
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Installation
4.1
Safety notices for installation
Safety notices
When installing the device, keep to the safety notices listed below.
WARNING
If a device is operated in an ambient temperature of more than 50 °C, the temperature of
the device housing may be higher than 70 °C. The device must therefore be installed so
that it is only accessible to service personnel or users that are aware of the reason for
restricted access and the required safety measures at an ambient temperature higher than
50 °C.
Safety notices on use in hazardous areas
General safety notices relating to protection against explosion
WARNING
EXPLOSION HAZARD
Replacing components may impair suitability for Class 1, Division 2 or Zone 2.
WARNING
The device may only be operated in an environment with pollution degree 1 or 2 (see IEC
60664-1).
WARNING
When used in hazardous environments corresponding to Class I, Division 2 or Class I,
Zone 2, the device must be installed in a cabinet or a suitable enclosure.
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Installation
4.1 Safety notices for installation
Safety notices for use according to ATEX and IECEx
If you use the device under ATEX or IECEx conditions you must also keep to the following
safety notices in addition to the general safety notices for protection against explosion:
WARNING
To comply with EC Directive 2014/34/EU (ATEX 114) or the conditions of IECEx, this
enclosure or cabinet must meet the requirements of at least IP54 in compliance with EN
60529.
WARNING
If the cable or conduit entry point exceeds 70 °C or the branching point of conductors
exceeds 80 °C, special precautions must be taken. If the equipment is operated in an air
ambient in excess of 60 ℃, only use cables with admitted maximum operating temperature
of at least 80 ℃.
Further notes
CAUTION
Use only approved components
If you use components and accessories that are not approved for SIMATIC NET devices or
their target systems, this may violate the requirements and regulations for safety and
electromagnetic compatibility.
Only use components approved for the SIMATIC NET devices.
NOTICE
Warming and premature aging of the IE switch due to direct sunlight
Direct sunlight can heat up the device and can lead to premature aging of the IE switch and
its cabling.
Provide suitable shade to protect the IE switch against direct sunlight.
Note
During installation and operation, keep to the installation guidelines and safety notices
described in this document and in the system manuals "Industrial Ethernet / PROFINET
Industrial Ethernet" and "Industrial Ethernet / PROFINET passive network components".
You will find information on the system manuals in the section "Auto-Hotspot", in "Further
documentation".
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4.2 Types of installation
4.2
Types of installation
Types of installation
You have the following options for the device:
● DIN rail
● S7-300 standard rail
● S7-1500 standard rail
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4.3 Mounting on DIN rails
4.3
Mounting on DIN rails
Installation
WARNING
Danger of injury by falling objects
The 35 mm DIN rail does not provide adequate support in shipping or when there is severe
vibration (> 10 g). When used under these conditions, the device can detach itself and may
cause injury to persons.
When used in shipbuilding or when extreme vibration can be expected, mount the device
on a S7 standard rail.
Image 4-1
DIN rail mounting
To install the device on a 35 mm DIN rail complying with DIN EN 60715, follow the steps
below:
1. Place the third housing guide of the device on the top edge of the DIN rail ①.
2. Press the device down against the DIN rail until the spring catch locks in place ②.
3. Fit the connectors for the power supply, see the section "Power supply (Page 54)".
4. Fit the connectors for the signaling contact, see the section "Signaling contact (Page 56)".
5. Insert the terminal blocks into the sockets on the device.
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4.3 Mounting on DIN rails
Removal
To remove the device from a DIN rail, follow the steps below:
1. Disconnect all connected cables.
2. Release the DIN rail catch on the bottom of the device using a screwdriver.
3. Pull lower part of the device away from the DIN rail.
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4.4 Installation on a standard S7-300 rail
4.4
Installation on a standard S7-300 rail
Installing on an S7-300 standard rail
Image 4-2
S7-300 standard rail mounting
To screw the device to an S7-300 standard rail, you require a securing screw with the
following properties:
● Self-tapping screw 4 x 45 mm
● Screw head diameter: max. 7 mm
To install the device on an S7-300 standard rail, follow the steps below:
1. Place the second housing guide of the device on the top edge of the standard rail ①.
2. Screw the device to the lower part of the standard rail with the supplied securing screw
② (tightening torque 1.5 Nm), see also "Views (Page 22)".
3. Fit the connectors for the power supply, refer to the section "Power supply (Page 54)".
4. Fit the connectors for the signaling contact, refer to the section "Signaling contact
(Page 56)".
5. Insert the terminal blocks into the sockets on the device.
Removal
To remove the device from a standard rail, follow the steps below:
1. Disconnect all connected cables.
2. Release the screw on the underside of the standard rail.
3. Remove the device from the standard rail.
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4.5 Installation on a standard S7-1500 rail
4.5
Installation on a standard S7-1500 rail
Installing on an S7-1500 standard rail
Image 4-3
S7-1500 standard rail mounting
To screw the device to an S7-1500 standard rail, you require a securing screw with the
following properties:
● Self-tapping screw 4 x 45 mm
● Screw head diameter: max. 7 mm
To install the device on an S7-1500 standard rail, follow the steps below:
1. Place the first housing guide of the device on the top edge of the standard rail ①.
2. Screw the device to the lower part of the standard rail with the supplied securing screw
② (tightening torque 1.5 Nm), see also "Views (Page 22)".
3. Fit the connectors for the power supply, refer to the section "Power supply (Page 54)".
4. Fit the connectors for the signaling contact, refer to the section "Signaling contact
(Page 56)".
5. Insert the terminal blocks into the sockets on the device.
Removal
To remove the device from a standard rail, follow the steps below:
1. Disconnect all connected cables.
2. Release the screw on the underside of the standard rail.
3. Remove the device from the standard rail.
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4.6 Fitting an extender
4.6
Fitting an extender
Position
The following figure shows the elements required to connect two devices.
①
②
③
④
Locking mechanism (on the rear of the device)
Centering pin
Multipole connector for connection to the expansion interface
Expansion interface with cover
Via the expansion interface, the basic device supplies the extenders with power and
manages the ports of the extenders.
The power provided by the PE408PoE port extender for Power over Ethernet does not come
from the basic device. Connect an external power source, see e.g. section "Accessories
(Page 19)".
Types of installation
You have the following options when connecting devices:
● You can connect the devices and mount them together on a DIN or S7 standard rail.
● You can mount a device on a DIN or S7 standard rail and expand it later.
Note
For mounting on a rail as well as for removing from the rail, plan enough space between
the devices, see section "Extender dimension drawings (Page 76)".
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4.6 Fitting an extender
Fitting and removing an extender
Fitting an extender
To fit an extender, follow the steps below:
1. Remove the cover of the expansion interface on the basic device.
2. Fit the two devices together so that the two centering pins are accommodated by the
opposing openings ①.
3. Press the devices together until they are flush.
The centering pins click audibly into place. The locking device is automatically pressed up
briefly as this happens.
Removing an extender
To remove an extender, follow the steps below:
1. Release the locking device using a screwdriver ①.
The two devices are separated from each other.
2. Pull the two devices apart in a straight line ② until the two centering pins are completely
out of the openings.
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4.6 Fitting an extender
Exchanging extenders - with change of medium
Exchanging extenders
If you replace an electrical extender with an optical extender (or vice versa), this can lead to
malfunctions.
The IE switch therefore reacts as follows:
● The extender is disabled.
● The red fault LED "F" lights up.
● The event is shown in the log table in WBM.
Enabling the extender
To activate the replacement extender, restart the IE switch:
● The extender is active.
● The red fault LED "F" goes off.
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4.7 General notes for SFP transceivers
4.7
General notes for SFP transceivers
WARNING
Use only approved SFP transceivers
If you use SFP transceivers that have not been approved by Siemens AG, there is no
guarantee that the device will function according to its specifications.
If you use unapproved SFP transceivers, this can lead to the following problems:
• Damage to the device
• Loss of the approvals
• Violation of EMC regulations
• Use only approved SFP transceivers.
Note
Plugging and pulling during operation
The transceivers can be plugged and pulled during operation.
Documentation for SFP transceivers
You will find detailed information in the operating instructions of the pluggable transceiver,
see section "Introduction (Page 5)", subsection "Further documentation".
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5.1
5
Safety when connecting up
Safety notices
When connecting up the device, keep to the safety notices listed below.
WARNING
The equipment is designed for operation with Safety Extra-Low Voltage (SELV) by a
Limited Power Source (LPS).
This means that only SELV / LPS complying with IEC 60950-1 / EN 60950-1 / VDE 0805-1
must be connected to the power supply terminals. The power supply unit for the equipment
power supply must comply with NEC Class 2, as described by the National Electrical Code
(r) (ANSI / NFPA 70).
If the equipment is connected to a redundant power supply (two separate power supplies),
both must meet these requirements.
NOTICE
Failure of the data traffic due to contamination of optical plug-in connections
Optical sockets and plugs are sensitive to contamination of the end face. Contamination
can lead to the failure of the optical transmission network.
Close unused optical sockets and plugs as well as pluggable transceivers and slots with the
supplied protective caps.
Remove the protective caps only immediately before you use the plug-in connection.
Safety notices on use in hazardous areas
General safety notices relating to protection against explosion
WARNING
EXPLOSION HAZARD
Do not connect or disconnect cables to or from the device when a flammable or
combustible atmosphere is present.
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5.1 Safety when connecting up
Safety notices when using the device according to Hazardous Locations (HazLoc)
If you use the device under HazLoc conditions you must also keep to the following safety
notices in addition to the general safety notices for protection against explosion:
WARNING
EXPLOSION HAZARD
DO NOT DISCONNECT WHILE CIRCUIT IS LIVE UNLESS AREA IS KNOWN TO BE
NON-HAZARDOUS.
Safety notices for use according to ATEX and IECEx
If you use the device under ATEX or IECEx conditions you must also keep to the following
safety notices in addition to the general safety notices for protection against explosion:
WARNING
Take measures to prevent transient voltage surges of more than 40% of the rated voltage.
This is the case if you only operate devices with SELV (safety extra-low voltage).
Further notes
WARNING
Commissioning devices and replacement devices
If you use redundancy mechanisms (HRP/MRP ring redundancy and/or redundant coupling
of rings with standby), open the redundant path before you insert a new or replacement
device in an operational network. A bad configuration or attachment of the Ethernet cables
to incorrectly configured ports causes overload in the network and a breakdown in
communication.
A device may only be inserted in a network and connected in the following situations:
• With HRP/MRP:
– Ring redundancy must be activated
– The mode must be selected correctly.
– The ring ports of the device being inserted in the HRP/MRP ring must be configured
as ring ports.
• With standby link:
– The standby connection must be activated.
– The "Standby Connection Name" must match the name of the partner device.
– The port must be configured as a standby port.
For further information, refer to the configuration manuals (Page 5).
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5.2 Spring-loaded terminal
In areas subject to the NEC or CEC:
WARNING
Safety notice for connectors with LAN (Local Area Network) marking
A LAN or LAN segment, with all its associated interconnected equipment, shall be entirely
contained within a single low-voltage power distribution and within a single building. The
LAN is considered to be in an "environment A" according to IEEE802.3 or "environment 0"
according to IEC TR 62102, respectively. Never connect directly to TNV-circuits (Telephone
Network) or WAN (Wide Area Network).
5.2
Spring-loaded terminal
The following figure shows the individual components of a spring-loaded terminal:
①
②
③
Wire inlet
For connecting the wire
Button
For releasing the wire
Test contact
For measuring the voltage
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5.3 Power supply
5.3
Power supply
Notes on the power supply
WARNING
Incorrect power supply
If the device is connected to a redundant power supply (two separate power supplies), both
must meet these requirements.
Never operate the device with AC voltage or DC voltage higher than 32 V DC.
CAUTION
Damage to the device due to overvoltage
The connector of the external power supply is not protected against strong electromagnetic
pulses that can, for example, result from lightning strikes or switching large loads.
One of the tests used to attest the immunity of devices of the SCALANCE CM-400 IE
switches to electromagnetic interference is the "surge immunity test" according to
EN61000-4-5. This test requires overvoltage protection for the power supply lines. A
suitable device is, for example, the Dehn Blitzductor BVT AVD 24, article number 918 422
or a comparable protective element.
Manufacturer: DEHN+SOEHNE GmbH+Co.KG, Hans-Dehn-Str.1, Postfach 1640, D92306
Neumarkt, Germany
Operate the SCALANCE XM-400 with suitable overvoltage protection.
Note
The extenders and pluggable transceivers are supplied with power via the basic device.
Information on the power supply
● The "L1" and "L2" LEDs indicate the current range of the power supply, see the section
"LEDs "L1" and "L2" (Page 30)".
● The power supply is connected using a 4-pin plug-in terminal block (spring-loaded
terminal). The terminal block ships with the device and can also be ordered as a spare
part.
● The power supply can be connected redundantly. Both inputs are isolated. There is no
distribution of load. When a redundant power supply is used, the power supply unit with
the higher output voltage supplies the SCALANCE XM-400 alone.
● The power supply is connected over a high resistance with the enclosure to allow an
ungrounded set up. The two power inputs are non-floating.
● To wire up the power connector, use a copper cable of category 18-12 AWG or cable with
a cross-section of 0.75 to 2.5 mm².
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5.3 Power supply
Position and assignment
Image 5-1
Position of the power supply on the SCALANCE XM-400 and the assignment of the
terminal block
Contact
Assignment
L1+
L1+ 24 VDC
M1
Ground
M2
Ground
L2+
L2+ 24 VDC
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5.4 Signaling contact
5.4
Signaling contact
Information on the signaling contact
● The signaling contact is a floating switch that signals error statuses by opening the
contact.
The signaling contact must be operated within the range of the operating voltage.
If an error/fault occurs, the signaling contact opens. In normal operation, the signaling
contact is closed.
● The signaling contact is connected using a 2-pin plug-in terminal block (spring-loaded
terminal). The terminal block ships with the device and can also be ordered as a spare
part.
● To wire up the signaling contact, use a copper cable of category 18-12 AWG or a cable
with a cross-section of 0.75 to 2.5 mm2.
NOTICE
Damage due to voltage being too high
The signaling contact can be subjected to a maximum load of 100 mA (safety extra-low
voltage SELV, 24 VDC).
Higher voltages or currents can damage the device!
Position and assignment
Image 5-2
Position of the signaling contact on the SCALANCE XM-400 and the assignment of the
terminal block
Pin number
Assignment
Pin 1
F1
Pin 2
F2
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5.5 Serial interface
Signaling faults
● The signaling of errors by the signaling contact is synchronized with the fault LED "F",
see section ""F" LED (Page 28)".
All errors that the fault LED "F" indicates (freely configurable) are also signaled by the
signaling contact.
● If an internal fault occurs, the fault LED "F" lights up and the signaling contact opens.
● If you connect a communications node to an unmonitored port or disconnect it, this does
not cause an error message.
● The signaling contact remains open until one of the following events occurs:
– The problem is eliminated.
– The current status is entered in the fault mask as the new desired status.
5.5
Serial interface
Information on the serial interface
● Via the serial interface on the device (RJ-11 jack), you can access the CLI of the device
directly via an RS-232 (115200 8N1) connection without assigning an IP address.
● Access to the device is also possible independent of the Ethernet ports.
● To connect the serial interface to the PC, you require a cable with an RJ-11 plug and 9pin D-sub female connector. The connecting cable for the serial interface ships with the
device and can also be ordered as a spare part.
Position and assignment
Image 5-3
Position and pin assignment of the serial interface (RJ-11 jack) on the SCALANCE XM400 and the pin assignment of the D-sub female connector.
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5.5 Serial interface
Assignment of the terminal block
The supplied connecting cable has the following assignment:
Contact
Pin assignment of the RJ-11 plug
Pin assignment of the D-sub female connector
1
-
-
2
-
TD (Transmit Data)
3
TD (Transmit Data)
RD (Receive Data)
4
SG (Signal Ground)
-
5
RD (Receive Data)
SG (Signal Ground)
6
-
-
7
-
8
-
9
-
Note
Pin assignment of the RJ-11 jack on the device
The RJ-11 jack on the device has a pinout to match the RJ-11 plug of the supplied
connecting cable.
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5.6 Out-of-band interface
5.6
Out-of-band interface
Information on the out-of-band interface
● The out-of-band interface is an RJ-45 Ethernet port on the CPU module. The out-of-band
interface is not used for routing or switching.
● Access to the device is also possible independent of the other Ethernet ports.
● The out-of-band interface allows direct IP access to the WBM of the device.
Position and assignment
Image 5-4
Position and pin assignment of the out-of-band interface (RJ-45 jack) on the SCALANCE
XM-400.
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5.7 Near Field Communication
5.7
Near Field Communication
Information on Near Field Communication
● Near Field Communication (NFC) is a wireless communications technique.
● With a mobile end device that supports NFC Forum Type 4 Tags, you can read out
information via the SCALANCE XM-400.
Position
Image 5-5
Position of Near Field Communication on the SCALANCE XM-400
Reading out information
To read out information via the SCALANCE XM-400 using NFC, follow the steps below:
1. Turn on Near Field Communication on the SCALANCE XM-400.
As default the function is turned off.
2. Turn on Near Field Communication on your mobile end device.
3. Hold the mobile end device directly in front of the marked area on the SCALANCE XM400.
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5.8 Functional ground
5.8
Functional ground
Position
The functional ground is established via a grounding screw.
The connector for the grounding cable is in the center of the underside of the device.
Image 5-6
Position of the grounding bolt on the SCALANCE XM-400
Connecting up functional ground
①
②
Grounding terminal with cable
Bolt with spring washer and washer
Follow the steps below to connect the functional ground:
1. Put the grounding terminal ①, and the bolt ② together as shown in the drawing.
2. Screw in the bolt ② with a maximum tightening torque of 1.5 Nm.
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6.1
6
Downloading new firmware using TFTP without WBM and CLI
Firmware
The firmware is signed and encrypted. This ensures that only firmware created by Siemens
can be downloaded to the device.
Procedure with Microsoft Windows
Using TFTP, you can supply a device with new firmware even when it cannot be reached
using WBM or CLI. This section explains the procedure based on the example of Microsoft
Windows.
Follow the steps below to load new firmware using TFTP:
1. Turn off the power to the device.
2. Now press the "SELECT/SET" button and reconnect the power to the device while
holding down the button.
3. Hold down the button until the red fault LED "F" starts to flash after approximately 30
seconds.
4. Now release the button. The bootloader of the device waits in this status for a new
firmware file that you can download by TFTP.
5. Connect a PC to the out-band interface of the device via an Ethernet cable.
6. Assign an IP address to the device using DHCP or the Primary Setup Tool.
7. Open a Windows command prompt and change to the directory where the file with the
new firmware is located and then execute the following command :
tftp -i <IP address> put <firmware file>
Note
You can enable TFTP in Microsoft Windows as follows:
"Control Panel" > "Programs and Features" > "Turn Windows features on or off" > "TFTP
Client".
8. Once the firmware has been transferred completely to the device and validated, there is
an automatic restart on the device. This may take several minutes.
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6.2 Restoring the factory settings
6.2
Restoring the factory settings
Procedure
CAUTION
Previous settings
When you reset the device parameters, all previously changed settings are lost.
CAUTION
Reset despite disabled SELECT/SET button
Using the SELECT/SET button, you can always reset the device parameters to the factory
settings during the startup phase of the device. This also applies if the function has been
disabled using the WBM or CLI. This allows you to reset the device to the factory defaults in
an emergency.
If the function has been disabled with the WBM or CLI, it is only disabled on completion of
the startup phase.
CAUTION
Inadvertent reset
An inadvertent reset can cause disturbances and failures in the configured network.
To reset the device parameters to the factory defaults, follow the steps below:
1. Turn off the power to the device.
2. Now press the "SELECT/SET" button and reconnect the power to the device while
holding down the button.
3. Hold down the button until the red fault LED "F" stops flashing after approximately 40
seconds and is permanently lit.
4. Now release the button and wait until the fault LED "F" goes off again.
5. The device starts automatically with the factory settings.
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7.1
Technical specifications of the SCALANCE XM408-4C
The following technical specifications apply to the SCALANCE XM408-4C.
Technical specifications
Attachment to Industrial Ethernet
Electrical connectors
Slots for pluggable transceivers
Quantity
8
Connector
RJ-45 jack
Transmission speed
10 / 100 / 1000 Mbps
Quantity
4
Connector
•
STP transceiver
(ST port)
•
SCP transceiver
(SC port)
Transmission speed
100 / 1000 Mbps
Quantity
1
Connector
RJ-11 jack
Quantity
1
Connector
RJ-45 jack
Rated voltage
24 V DC
Voltage range
19.2 V DC - 28.8 V DC
Design
Terminal block, 4 terminals
Diagnostics interface
Serial interface
Out-of-band interface
Electrical data
Power supply
Cable cross-section
•
Minimum
•
0.75 mm2 (18 AWG)
•
Maximum
•
2.5 mm2 (12 AWG)
Properties
Fusing
Implemented redundantly
3.15 A / 125 V
Maximum
XM408-8C
incl. extender
8 x RJ-45 with
1000 Mbps
Current consumption
at 24 V DC
2A
0.6 A
Effective power loss
at 24 V DC
48 W
14.4 W
Signaling contact
Quantity
1
Design
Terminal block, 2 terminals
Permitted voltage range
24 V DC
Load capability
max. 100 mA
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Technical specifications
Permitted ambient conditions
Ambient temperature/
In areas according to UL508 or CSA
C22.2 No.142: Temperature of the
ambient air
During operation up to 2000 m
-40 ℃ to +70 ℃
During operation up to 3000 m
-40 ℃ to +65 ℃
During storage
-40 ℃ to +85 ℃
During transportation
-40 °C to +85 °C
Relative humidity
During operation at 25 ℃
≤ 95%, no condensation
Design, dimensions and weight
Weight
1150 g
Degree of protection
IP20
Dimensions (W x H x D)
140 x 150 x 125 mm
Installation options
•
Installation on a DIN rail
•
Installation on an S7-300 standard rail
•
Installation on an S7-1500 standard rail
Mean time between failure (MTBF)
at 40 °C ambient temperature
28 years
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7.2 Technical specifications of the SCALANCE XM408-8C
7.2
Technical specifications of the SCALANCE XM408-8C
The following technical specifications apply to the SCALANCE XM408-8C.
Technical specifications
Attachment to Industrial Ethernet
Electrical connectors
Slots for SFP transceivers
Quantity
8
Connector
RJ-45 jack
Transmission speed
10 / 100 / 1000 Mbps
Quantity
8
Connector
•
Transmission speed
100 / 1000 Mbps
Quantity
1
Connector
RJ-11 jack
Quantity
1
Connector
RJ-45 jack
Rated voltage
24 V DC
Voltage range
19.2 V DC - 28.8 V DC
Design
Terminal block, 4 terminals
SFP transceivers
(LC port)
Diagnostics interface
Serial interface
Out-of-band interface
Electrical data
Power supply
Cable cross-section
•
Minimum
•
0.75 mm2 (18 AWG)
•
Maximum
•
2.5 mm2 (12 AWG)
Properties
Fusing
Implemented redundantly
3.15 A / 125 V
Maximum
XM408-8C
incl. extender
8 x RJ-45 with
1000 Mbps
Current consumption
at 24 V DC
2A
0.6 A
Effective power loss
at 24 V DC
48 W
14.4 W
Signaling contact
Quantity
1
Design
Terminal block, 2 terminals
Permitted voltage range
24 V DC
Load capability
max. 100 mA
Ambient temperature/
In areas according to UL508 or CSA
C22.2 No.142: Temperature of the
ambient air
During operation up to 2000 m
-40 °C to +70 °C
During operation up to 3000 m
-40 °C to +65 °C
During storage
-40 °C to +85 °C
During transportation
-40 °C to +85 °C
Relative humidity
During operation at 25 °C
≤ 95 %, no condensation
Permitted ambient conditions
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7.2 Technical specifications of the SCALANCE XM408-8C
Technical specifications
Design, dimensions and weight
Weight
1150 g
Degree of protection
IP20
Dimensions (W x H x D)
140 x 150 x 125 mm
Installation options
•
Installation on a DIN rail
•
Installation on an S7-300 standard rail
•
Installation on an S7-1500 standard rail
Mean time between failure (MTBF)
at 40 °C ambient temperature
28 years
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7.3 Technical specifications of the SCALANCE XM416-4C
7.3
Technical specifications of the SCALANCE XM416-4C
The following technical specifications apply to the SCALANCE XM416-4C.
Technical specifications
Attachment to Industrial Ethernet
Electrical connectors
Slots for SFP transceivers
Quantity
16
Connector
RJ-45 jack
Transmission speed
10 / 100 / 1000 Mbps
Quantity
4
Connector
•
Transmission speed
100 / 1000 Mbps
Quantity
1
Connector
RJ-11 jack
Quantity
1
Connector
RJ-45 jack
Rated voltage
24 V DC
Voltage range
19.2 V DC - 28.8 V DC
Design
Terminal block, 4 terminals
SFP transceivers
(LC port)
Diagnostics interface
Serial interface
Out-of-band interface
Electrical data
Power supply
Cable cross-section
•
Minimum
•
0.75 mm2 (18 AWG)
•
Maximum
•
2.5 mm2 (12 AWG)
Properties
Fusing
Implemented redundantly
3.15 A / 125 V
Maximum
XM416-4C
incl. extender
16 x RJ-45 with
1000 Mbps
Current consumption
at 24 V DC
2A
0.7 A
Effective power loss
at 24 V DC
48 W
16.8 W
Signaling contact
Quantity
1
Design
Terminal block, 2 terminals
Permitted voltage range
24 V DC
Load capability
max. 100 mA
Ambient temperature/
In areas according to UL508 or CSA
C22.2 No.142: Temperature of the
ambient air
During operation up to 2000 m
-40 ℃ to +70 ℃
During operation up to 3000 m
-40 ℃ to +65 ℃
During storage
-40 ℃ to +85 ℃
During transportation
-40 ℃ to +85 ℃
Relative humidity
During operation at 25 ℃
≤ 95%, no condensation
Permitted ambient conditions
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7.3 Technical specifications of the SCALANCE XM416-4C
Technical specifications
Design, dimensions and weight
Weight
1250 g
Degree of protection
IP20
Dimensions (W x H x D)
140 x 150 x 125 mm
Installation options
•
Installation on a DIN rail
•
Installation on an S7-300 standard rail
•
Installation on an S7-1500 standard rail
Mean time between failure (MTBF)
at 40 °C ambient temperature
22 years
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7.4 Switching properties
7.4
Switching properties
The following technical specifications apply to the following device:
● SCALANCE XM408-4C
● SCALANCE XM408-8C
● SCALANCE XM416-4C
Switching properties
Aging time
Can be configured (default value: 40 seconds)
Max. number of learnable
addresses
16000
Switching technique
Store and forward
Latency
25 - 70 microseconds
Reconfiguration times for redundancy methods:
Redundancy method
Reconfiguration time
HRP
300 ms
Standby link
300 ms
MRP
200 ms
Full wire speed switching:
Number of frames per second
Frame length
At 100 Mbps
At 1000 Mbps
148810
1488095
64 bytes
84459
844595
128 bytes
45290
452899
256 bytes
23496
234962
512 bytes
11973
119732
1024 bytes
9615
96154
1280 bytes
8127
81274
1518 bytes
Note
The number of SCALANCE XM-400 modules connected in a line influences the frame delay.
When a frame passes through the switch, this is delayed by the store-and-forward function of
the SCALANCE XM-400 by 25-70 microseconds (at 1000 Mbps).
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Dimension drawings
8.1
8
SCALANCE XM-400 dimension drawings
Note
Dimensions are specified in mm.
Front view
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8.1 SCALANCE XM-400 dimension drawings
Side view
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8.1 SCALANCE XM-400 dimension drawings
From above
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Dimension drawings
8.2 Extender dimension drawings
8.2
Extender dimension drawings
Note
Installing on a rail
Remember the following dimensions if you want to mount two devices on a rail.
Front view
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8.2 Extender dimension drawings
From above
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8.2 Extender dimension drawings
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A
Approvals
The SIMATIC NET products described in these Operating Instructions have the approvals
listed below.
Note
Issued approvals on the type plate of the device
The specified approvals apply only when the corresponding mark is printed on the product.
You can check which of the following approvals have been granted for your product by the
markings on the type plate.
Installation guidelines
The devices meet the requirements if you adhere to the installation and safety instructions
contained in this documentation and in the following documentation when installing and
operating the devices.
● "Industrial Ethernet / PROFINET Industrial Ethernet" System Manual
● "Industrial Ethernet / PROFINET - Passive network components" System Manual
You will find information on the system manuals in the section "Auto-Hotspot", in "Further
documentation".
● "EMC Installation Guidelines" configuration manual
ID = 60612658 (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/60612658)
WARNING
Personal injury and property damage can occur
The installation of expansions that are not approved for SIMATIC NET products or their
target systems may violate the requirements and regulations for safety and electromagnetic
compatibility.
Only use expansions that are approved for the system.
Note
The test was performed with a device and a connected communications partner that also
meets the requirements of the standards listed above.
When operating the device with a communications partner that does not comply with these
standards, adherence to the corresponding values cannot be guaranteed.
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EC declaration of conformity
The SIMATIC NET products described in these operting instructions meet the requirements
and safety objectives of the following EC directives and comply with the harmonized
European standards (EN) for programmable logic controllers which are published in the
official documentation of the European Union.
● 2014/34/EU (ATEX explosion protection directive)
Directive of the European Parliament and the Council of 26 February 2014 on the
approximation of the laws of the member states concerning equipment and protective
systems intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres, official journal of the EU
L96, 29/03/2014, pages. 309-356
● 2014/30/EU (EMC)
EMC directive of the European Parliament and of the Council of February 26, 2014 on the
approximation of the laws of the member states relating to electromagnetic compatibility;
official journal of the EU L96, 29/03/2014, pages. 79-106
● 2011/65/EU (RoHS)
Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council of 8 June 2011 on the restriction
of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment
You will find the EC declaration of conformity for these products on the Internet pages of
Siemens Industry Online Support
(http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/33118389/134200).
The EC Declaration of Conformity is available for all responsible authorities at:
Siemens Aktiengesellschaft
Division Process Industries and Drives
Process Automation
DE-76181 Karlsruhe
Germany
EC directives
SIMATIC NET products meet the requirements and aims of the following EC directives.
EMC directive (electromagnetic compatibility)
Until 19.042016 the SIMATIC NET products described in these operating instructions meet
the requirements of the EC Directive:2004/108/EC "Electromagnetic Compatibility” (EMC
directive) and as of 20.04.2016 the EC directive 2014/30/EU.
Field of application
Industry
Requirements
Emission
Immunity to interference
EN 61000-6-4
EN 61000-6-2
You will find the current versions of the standards in the currently valid EC declaration of
conformity.
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ATEX (explosion protection directive)
WARNING
When using SIMATIC NET products in hazardous area zone 2, make absolutely sure that
the associated conditions in the following document are adhered to:
"SIMATIC NET Product Information Use of subasseblies/modules in a Zone 2 Hazardous
Area".
You will find this document
• on the data medium that ships with some devices.
• on the Internet pages of Siemens Industry Online Support
(http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en).
Enter the document identification number C234 as the search term.
The SIMATIC NET products meet the requirements of the EC directive 94/9/EC "Equipment
and Protective Devices for Use in Potentially Explosive Atmospheres”. and as of 20.04.2016
the EC directive 2014/34/EU.
ATEX classification:
II 3 G Ex nA IIC T4 Gc
KEMA 07ATEX0145 X
The products meet the requirements of the following standards:
● EN 60079-15 (electrical apparatus for potentially explosive atmospheres; Type of
protection "n")
● EN 60079-0 (Explosive atmospheres - Part 0: Equipment - General requirements)
You will find the current versions of the standards in the currently valid ATEX certificates.
IECEx
The SIMATIC NET products meet the requirements of explosion protection according to
IECEx.
IECEx classification:
Ex nA IIC T4 Gc
DEK 14.0025X
The products meet the requirements of the following standards:
● IEC 60079-15 (Explosive atmospheres - Part 15: Equipment protection by type of
protection "n")
● IEC 60079-0 (Explosive atmospheres - Part 0: Equipment - General requirements)
You will find the current versions of the standards in the currently valid IECEx certificates.
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FM
The product meets the requirements of the standards:
● Factory Mutual Approval Standard Class Number 3611
● FM Hazardous (Classified) Location Electrical Equipment:
Non Incendive / Class I / Division 2 / Groups A,B,C,D / T4 and
Non Incendive / Class I / Zone 2 / Group IIC / T4
cULus approval for industrial control equipment
cULus Listed IND. CONT. EQ.
Underwriters Laboratories Inc. complying with
● UL 508
● CSA C22.2 No. 142-M1987
Report no. E85972
cULus Approval for Information Technology Equipment
cULus Listed I. T. E.
Underwriters Laboratories Inc. complying with
● UL 60950-1 (Information Technology Equipment)
● CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1-03
Report no. E115352
cULus Approval Hazardous Location
cULus Listed I. T. E. FOR HAZ. LOC.
Underwriters Laboratories Inc. complying with
● UL 60950-1 (Information Technology Equipment)
● ANSI/ISA 12.12.01-2007
● CSA C22.2 No. 213-M1987
Approved for use in
Cl. 1, Div. 2, GP A, B, C, D T4
Cl. 1, Zone 2, GP IIC T4
Report no. E240480
RCM
The product meets the requirements of the AS/NZS 2064 standard (Class A).
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MSIP 요구사항 - For Korea only
A급 기기(업무용 방송통신기자재)
이 기기는 업무용(A급) 전자파 적합기기로서 판매자 또는 사용자는 이 점을 주의하시기
바라며, 가정 외의 지역에서 사용하는것을 목적으로 합니다.
Marking for the customs union
EAC (Eurasian Conformity)
Customs union of Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan
Declaration of the conformity according to the technical regulations of the customs union
(TR CU)
Safety of electrical equipment
In the version put into circulation by Siemens AG, the SIMATIC NET products described in
these Operating Instructions conform to the regulations of the following European directive:
● EN 60950-1
Information technology equipment - Safety - Part 1: General requirements
FDA and IEC marks
The following devices meet the FDA and IEC requirements listed below:
Device
Fulfills FDA and IEC requirements
SCALANCE XM408-4C
-
SCALANCE XM408-8C
-
SCALANCE XM416-4C
-
Note: With modular devices, the marking is on the extenders and pluggable transceivers.
Image A-1
FDA and IEC approvals
CAUTION
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified
herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
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Mechanical stability (in operation)
Device
SCALANCE XM408-4C
IEC 60068-2-6 vibration *
IEC 60068-2-6 vibration
IEC 60068-2-27 shock
5 - 9 Hz: 3.5 mm
9 - 150 Hz: 1 g
1 octave/min, 20 sweeps
10 - 58 Hz: 0.075 mm
85 - 150 Hz: 1 g
1 octave/min, 20 sweeps
15 g, 11 ms duration
6 shocks per axis
●
●
●
SCALANCE XM408-8C
●
●
●
SCALANCE XM416-4C
●
●
●
* Note: When installing on an S7-300 or S7-1500 standard rail
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Functional ground, 61
A
Accessories, 19
Article number, 17, 20, 20, 20
B
Basic device, 15
BUS ANALYZER, 5
BUS ANALYZER Agent XM-400, 5, 16, 20
C
Centering pin, 46
CLI, 6, 34, 57, 63
Combo port, 27, 36
Command Line Interface, 6, 34, 57, 63
Components of the product, 18
Configuration, 26, 33
Configuration manual, 6, 52
Connecting cable, 57
C-PLUG, 21, 22, 23, 24, 33
D
Defining the fault mask, 26
Display mode, 25, 29
E
Expansion, 15
Expansion interface, 15, 22, 23, 24, 46
Extender, 5, 15
G
Glossary, 7
Grounding, 22, 23, 24, 61
I
Installation
Installation on a DIN rail, 42
Installation on a standard rail, 44, 45
Installation on a DIN rail, 42
Installation on a standard rail, 44, 45
K
KEY-PLUG, 19, 22, 23, 24, 33
L
Layer 3, 33
Layer 3 functionality, 33
LED, 27
License, 33
Locking mechanism, 46
N
Near Field Communication, 60, 60
NFC, 60
O
Out-of-band interface, 59, 59, 63
F
Factory defaults, 25
Factory settings, 25, 64
Fault mask, 26
Fault/error status, 28
Firmware, 28, 63
Function extender, 16, 20
Function Extender BUS ANALYZER Agent XM400, 16, 20
P
PE408PoE, 5, 37, 46
PLUG, 33
Pluggable transceiver, 5
SCP, 20, 22
SFP, 19, 23, 24
STP, 20, 22
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PoE, 37, 46
Port extender PE408PoE, 37, 46
PoE power supply, 5, 5, 20, 20, 37, 37, 46, 46
PoE power supply unit, 5, 20, 37, 46
Port extender, 5, 5, 16
Port extender PE408PoE, 37, 46
Power over Ethernet, 37, 46
Port extender PE408PoE, 37, 46
Power supply, 5, 5, 20, 20, 37, 37, 46, 46, 54
Power supply unit, 5, 20, 37, 46
PS9230 PoE, 5, 20, 37, 46
PS924 PoE, 5, 20, 37, 46
T
Transceiver, 5
W
WBM, 6, 34, 59, 63
Web Based Management, 6, 34, 59, 63
R
Redundancy manager, 26
Reset device, 25
Restore Factory Defaults, 26
S
S7-1500, 45
S7-300, 44
Safety notices
for installation, 39
general, 9
Use in hazardous areas, 9, 39, 51
when connecting up, 51
SCALANCE PS9230 PoE, 5
SCALANCE PS924 PoE, 5
SCP, 5
SCP transceiver, 20, 22
Securing location, 22, 23, 24, 44, 45
Securing screw, 18, 21, 22, 23, 24, 44, 45
SELECT / SET button, 25
SELECT/SET button, 29, 63, 64
Serial interface, 57, 57
SFP, 5
SFP transceiver, 19, 23, 24
SFP transceiver slots, 15
SFP+, 5
Signaling contact, 28, 56
SIMATIC NET glossary, 7
SIMATIC NET manual, 7
Spare parts, 21
Spring-loaded terminal, 18, 21, 53, 54, 56
Startup phase, 26, 28, 64
STP, 5
STP transceiver, 20, 22
System manual, 6, 40, 79
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