iMediaChassis/6 Operation Manual

iMediaChassis/6 Operation Manual
iMediaChassis/6
Operation Manual
FCC Radio Frequency Interference Statement
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B computing device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial
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Table of Contents
FCC Radio Frequency Interference Statement .....................................................i
Warranty.............................................................................................................i
About the iMediaChassis/6 .................................................................................1
Installing the iMediaChassis/6.............................................................................1
Installing Modules ..............................................................................................3
SNMP Management Module LEDs .....................................................................4
Connecting Modules ..........................................................................................5
Configuring the SNMP-Management Card..........................................................5
Using Telnet.......................................................................................................7
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) ...................................................7
iConfig ...............................................................................................................8
Serial Port Configuration ....................................................................................9
Downloading Files ...........................................................................................13
Before using iView² ..........................................................................................14
Power Supplies, Alarms and Fans .....................................................................16
Temperature Control........................................................................................17
Electrostatic Discharge Precautions...................................................................18
IMC Networks Technical Support.....................................................................19
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About the iMediaChassis/6
The iMediaChassis/6 is a modular chassis platform designed for use with IMC
Networks’ SNMP-manageable series of modules. The iMediaChassis/6 is a 1U high,
rackmountable chassis that features six slots for installing application series modules
plus an additional slot for installing an SNMP management module. Each
iMediaChassis/6 has the option of redundant power supplies.
SNMP Management Modules include two twisted pair ports, one for management
and one reserved for future use. The management module also features a DB-9 serial
port, and supports SNMP V1/V2c.
Redundant Power
When using redundant power, the two power supplies each supply 50% of the power
to the iMediaChassis/6 (i.e., they are load-sharing power supplies). Refer to Power
Supplies, Fans, and Temperature Gauge for more information.
Installing the iMediaChassis/6
Manage an iMediaChassis/6 by installing a Management Module. Without the
Module, the chassis remains unmanaged. Before installing the application modules
into an iMediaChassis/6 install the chassis first. When installing the chassis, be sure to
observe the following precautions to prevent electrical or mechanical damage:
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Stay within the chassis power rating to prevent overload of supply circuits or
damage to overcurrent protection and supply wiring.
Maintain reliable earth ground, especially when connecting to a power strip
instead of directly to a branch circuit.
Protect the chassis from exposure to sunlight and electrical or magnetic
fields.
Ensure that the equipment rack remains stable, even with the addition of
the chassis and its associated cabling.
To install an iMediaChassis/6, have four #10 screws and four clip nuts available.
(Hardware may vary depending on rack type.) The rest of the hardware is supplied
with the unit.
First, locate a suitable location in the rack for installation and secure the clip-nuts
onto the mounting rails. Use screws to attach the chassis to the rack. Finally, plug
the chassis into a reliable, filtered power source.
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iMediaChassis/6 with dual AC power supplies (rear view)
iMediaChassis/6 with dual DC power supplies (rear view)
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Installing Modules
Refer to the documentation shipped with the module for configuration information.
To install a module, remove the blank bracket (if present) covering the slot where the
module will be installed. Slide the module into the chassis using the card guides, and
secure the module to the chassis by tightening the captive screw. Each module slot
provides 1.5 Amps, which is enough power to accommodate most any type of
application modules.
Installing the SNMP Management Modules
In order to manage an iMediaChassis/6, a SNMP Management Module must be
installed. SNMP Management Modules install in the first slot, on the far left of the
chassis. This slot is ONLY for the management module; do not install Application
Modules such as media conversion and mode conversion modules in this slot. Follow
the instructions for installing a module.
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SNMP Management Module LEDs
Each SNMP Management Module features the following LEDs.
LNK/ACT
FDX/COL
TEMP
PS
FAN A/FAN B:
Glows green when a link is established on port.
Blinks green when data activity occurs.
Glows yellow when port is in Full-Duplex mode. Blinks
yellow when port is operating in Half-Duplex mode and
collisions occur.
Glows yellow when temperature of unit surpasses a userdefined level.
Glows yellow when one power supply malfunctions.
Glows yellow when a fan malfunctions.
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Connecting Modules
An iMediaChassis/6 with an installed management module connects to the LAN via
an external 10/100 twisted pair connection. Connect the chassis to the network by
plugging one end of a CAT-5 twisted pair cable into the port labeled "MGMT" on the
management card, or the management-enabled application card. Plug the other end
of the cable into a device (e.g., switch, hub, etc.) in an existing Ethernet network.
The port labeled “Option” is reserved for future use. Both twisted pairs ports include
the AutoCross feature that automatically selects between a crossover workstation or
pass-through depending on the connected device.
Configuring the SNMP-Management Card
Once connected to the LAN, assign the iMediaChassis/6 IP configuration information
(e.g., IP address, subnet mask, etc.). This can be done using
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iConfig
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Serial port on the management module
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DHCP (Dynamic Host Control Protocol). DHCP must be enabled through
serial configuration
In addition to assigning an IP address and subnet mask, there are options for creating
community strings, assigning access rights, configuring traps and more. iConfig offers
more options than configuring via the serial port (e.g., traps can be assigned with
iConfig). After assigning the iMediaChassis/6 an IP address, use iView² or another
SNMP-compatible Network Management System (NMS) to remotely configure,
monitor and manage the modules installed within the unit.
SNMP Write Lock
There is an SNMP Write Lock switch located above the SNMP module slot on the
front of the iMediaChassis/6.
The SNMP Write Lock switch prevents a new
management board from re-configuring the
application module settings (e.g., the status of features
such as LinkLoss, FiberAlert, Force mode, etc.) made
via SNMP and held on the previous management board.
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Important Usage Information
Leave this switch in the NORMAL position during day-to-day operation, enable
the SNMP Write Lock switch (set to LOCKED) ONLY when changing the SNMP
management board.
As stated, the SNMP management module can be removed and replaced when
necessary. A saved PROM file can be downloaded to the second SNMP module to
retain configuration settings. Make sure the SNMP Write Lock switch is set to the
LOCKED position. Save the PROM file periodically in case there is a need to replace
the SNMP management module.
If the management module is removed with the SNMP Write Lock switch set to
NORMAL, all settings for the modules revert to those established by hardware
switches. Configure the hardware settings to match those made via SNMP. Installing
the SAME management module once again will return the application modules to
management control and any settings previously established via software. Installing a
new management module when the SNMP Write Lock switch is set to NORMAL will
cause installed application modules to revert to default settings. Always reconfigure
application modules when moving them from one chassis to another.
Using the SNMP Write Lock Switch
1.
Ensure the SNMP Write Lock switch is set to NORMAL.
2.
After configuring all application module settings via SNMP, use the iConfig
application to make a backup copy of the SNMP management board’s
firmware.
NOTE
The first two steps are typically performed during initial installation.
3.
If the SNMP management module needs exchanging, first set the SNMP
Write Lock switch to LOCKED.
4.
Remove the old SNMP module and replace with another SNMP module.
5.
Connect to this SNMP module via iView², and then launch iConfig.
6.
Select the Administration tab and click on List Tasks.
7.
Highlight Flashsav and then click on the Terminate button.
8.
Update the new board with the firmware backup made in Step 2.
9.
Reboot the SNMP management module with the reboot command to
enable changes.
10. After rebooting, set the SNMP Write Lock switch back to NORMAL.
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NOTE
If removing an SNMP card with the SNMP Write Lock enabled (set to LOCKED),
current application module settings will not be changed.
Never power-cycle the chassis while the SNMP Write Lock is enabled.
This reverts the SNMP card back to its original, factory settings.
iView² should only be accessed with the SNMP Write Lock disabled.
The previously made settings to the application modules are now active.
Using Telnet
The iMediaChassis/6 supports Telnet for remote configuration. Assign the
iMediaChassis/6 an IP address BEFORE using a Telnet session (see Assigning TCP/IP
Information). All configurations done via the serial port can also be performed using
Telnet. Use only one Telnet session at a time. Do not use an RS-232 serial session
and a Telnet session at the same time.
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
A DHCP client in the iMediaChassis/6 is disabled by default. If a DHCP server is
present on the network and DHCP is enabled, the DHCP client will initiate a
dialogue with the server during the boot up sequence. The server will then issue an
IP address to the iMediaChassis/6. Once the new IP address is received, the
iMediaChassis/6 will reboot so that the new IP address will take effect. Refer to
section Serial Port Configuration for Enable/Disable information. If there is no DHCP
server on the network, use iConfig or serial configuration to manually set the IP
addresses.
When DHCP is enabled, the default IP address (10.10.10.10) or the IP address
assigned is saved. When DHCP is disabled, the saved IP address will be reinstated
and the device will reboot.
DHCP servers give out lease times: devices renew their leases based on the
administrator-specified time. If a device cannot renew its lease, and the lease
expires, the device will be given the IP address 10.10.10.10 and reboot.
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iConfig
iConfig is a configuration utility (in iView²) that allows users to complete the first
stages of SNMP configuration for SNMP-manageable devices quickly and easily.
iConfig can set the IP address, subnet mask and default gateway as well as define the
community strings and SNMP traps. In addition to the above functions, iConfig offers
an authorized IP address system and access restriction to MIB groups supported by
manageable devices. These extra layers of security are purely optional and do not
affect SNMP compatibility in any way.
The iConfig utility can also be used to upload new versions of the system software
and new MIB information. It also offers diagnostic capabilities for faster resolution of
technical support issues. The default user ID for both iConfig and Telnet is:
• User: admin
• Password: admin
The iConfig utility works with the following platforms:
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Windows™ 98
Windows NT
Windows 2000
Windows XP
The iConfig utility is available as a standalone application as well as built in to the
Windows version of iView². (Windows 98 users must use the standalone version of
the iConfig utility.) Both applications are included on the iView² CD. For
information regarding the use of the iConfig utility, refer to the iConfig utility help file.
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Serial Port Configuration
The SNMP management modules used with iMediaChassis/6 features a serial port
that includes an IBM-compatible DB-9 serial connector.
To connect an iMediaChassis/6
to a terminal/computer, use a
straight-through (pin-to-pin)
Transmit (OUT)
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cable. (If the computer/terminal
Receive (IN)
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has a serial port using a
connection not compatible with
Ground
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a DB-9 COM port, use the pin
Reserved
1, 4, 6-9
connection chart for reference
in making a cable). Make sure the cable length is less than 50 feet (15.24 meters).
Plug one end of the cable into the DB-9 connector on the iMediaChassis/6 and the
other into the appropriate port on the computer/terminal. Set the computer/terminal
for VT-100 emulation. The serial port on the computer/terminal should be set for:
DB-9 Pin Connection Chart
Function
Pin#
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38.4K baud
8 data bits
1 stop bi
no parity
no flow control
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Main Configuration Screen
After running through an initial self-test, the screen will display the following message:
"Press Enter for Device Configuration." Press Enter to be taken to the main
configuration screen which includes the following displays:
Saved Values—displays changes made during current session.
• IP Address (must be assigned during initial configuration)
• Subnet Mask (must be assigned during initial configuration)
• Default Gateway
Current Values—displays values currently in use.
• IP Address (IP address of SNMP agent)
• Subnet Mask (mask to define IP subnet agent is connected to)
• Default Gateway (default router for IP traffic outside subnet)
Command List
• I= Enter New Saved Parameter Values
• P=Change Password
• T=New Trap Destination
• K=Remove ALL Trap Destinations
• C=New Community String
• U=Delete ALL Community Strings
• D=Enable/Disable DHCP
• E=End Session
• Space Bar=Device Specific Configuration (Tasks, Memory, CleanDB,
Download, Date and Reboot)
IMPORTANT
Reboot after making any modifications to the Saved Values or changes will not
take effect. To reboot, type the word reboot at the prompt on the main
configuration screen, or cycle the power. Never cycle the power with the SNMP
Write Lock engaged. The F2 key functions as a Delete key on the VT-100
terminal emulators.
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Assigning IP Information
To modify the Saved Parameter Values (i.e., assign IP address and subnet mask), press
I. Enter the IP address and subnet mask for the connected device. Press Enter after
each. A Default Gateway may also be assigned (or press Enter to skip).
When finished, press Enter, then type reboot for the changes to take effect. The
Saved Values and Current Values should now both display the changes made (e.g.,
new IP address and subnet mask).
Creating Community Strings for SNMP
The purpose of community strings is to add a level of security to a network. The
default community string is named "public" and has read/write access. Delete the
“public” string and add necessary custom community strings such as one with readonly access (for general use), the other with read/write access (for the administrator).
To create a new community string, go to the main configuration screen and press C.
Enter the name of the new community (up to 16 characters, no spaces) and press
Enter. Then type one of the following to assign the community string's access rights:
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R = read-only access
W = read/write access
Enter = abort
Press Enter. When finished, press Enter, then type reboot for changes to take effect.
The Saved Values and Current Values should now both display the changes made
(e.g., new IP address and subnet mask).
Deleting Community Strings
To delete all community strings and start over, press U. Press Y to proceed, N to
abort when asked, "Are you sure you want to delete all future strings?" Then, press
Enter.
This function will delete all community strings. Use iConfig to selectively delete
community strings.
Assigning Trap Destinations
The manageable device sends traps to a management computer when a certain event
takes place. To enter a trap destination, press T. Type the IP address of the
destination device when asked to "Enter a New IP Address." Then, press Enter. Type
the name of the community string (that the destination device has been configured to
accept) and press Enter. This function enables all traps. Use iConfig to selectively
activate and deactivate traps.
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Removing Trap Destinations
To remove all trap destinations, press K. Press Y to confirm. Press N to abort. Then,
press Enter.
Password Protection
Passwords protect the serial configuration process by pressing P from the main
configuration screen. Enter a password. (Passwords are case sensitive.) Enter the
password (without spaces) and press Enter. This will be requested whenever logging
on or off. To remove password protection, select P and instead of entering a
password press Enter.
Passwords are a way to make the management of network devices secure. It is the
responsibility of the network administrator to store and maintain the password lists. If
the password(s) are lost, neither the end user nor IMC Networks can retrieve it.
Please refer to the iConfig or HUBCTRL32 HELP files, depending on whether the
product is current or legacy.
Enabling/Disabling DHCP
To Enable/Disable DHCP, press D. Then, type reboot for the changes to take effect.
Ending a Session
Be sure to press E before disconnecting the cable in order to stop the device from
continuing to send feedback status through to the serial port.
Device-Specific Options—Downloading Files
The iMediaChassis/6 allows firmware to be downloaded from a central server via
TFTP protocol. Initiate this download via serial configuration or Telnet session. Make
sure the IP Address and the name of the file are correct in the Current Values section
of the Main Configuration screen. If this information is not correct, make the
appropriate changes. To download a file, press the Space Bar when in the
Command List section of the Main Configuration screen (serial configuration). Type
download, and press Enter to be taken to the Download a File screen. This screen
displays the IP Address of the TFTP server and the name of the file. Press Enter to
start downloading the file.
If the download is interrupted, do not reset the module or reboot the chassis. Close
the session, and then open a new TFTP session.
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Additional Device-Specific Options
In the Command List section of the Main Configuration screen (serial
configuration/Telnet session), press the Space Bar, then type the name of the action
and press Enter. The iMediaChassis/6 also includes the following device-specific
options:
tasks
Displays the task list with priorities.
memory
Displays the memory usage.
cleandb
Removes all information in the database, except the IP address of the
device.
download
Opens the Download dialog from which you download firmware from
the server address entered in Server IP Addr in the Main Configuration
screen using TFTP protocol.
version
Displays the PROM version and build date
reboot
Reboots the unit
sysdescr
Allows the editing of sysName, sysDescr, and Port information
text.
accounts
Allows management of Usernames/Passwords account. Administrators
must maintain a password list.
modules
Displays a list of installed modules including the slot location.
Downloading Files
The iMediaChassis/6 accepts firmware downloads from a central server by using TFTP
protocol. Use the serial configuration or Telnet session to perform this download.
Ensure the IP address and the name of the files are correct in the Current Values
section of the Main Configuration screen. To download a file, press the Space Bar in
the Command List section. Type download, and press Enter. The Download a File
screen displays with the IP Address of the TFTP server and the name of the file. Press
Enter to start the downloading process. If the download is interrupted, do not reset
the module or reboot the chassis. Close the session and then open a new TFTP
session.
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Before using iView²
iView² is a network management application for IMC Networks’ intelligent
networking devices. It features a graphic user interface (GUI) and gives network
managers the ability to monitor and control products from a variety of platforms.
iView² can also function as a snap-in module for HP OpenView Network Node
Manager.
System Requirements
To run iView², the management computer must be equipped with
• 29 MB free disk space, 64 MB RAM
• Windows NT 4.0 Service Pack 5, 2000 Professional, XP Professional
• Microsoft SNMP Services Installed
• Microsoft IE 4.0 or Higher (does not have to be default browser)
• Microsoft IIS required for Web Server Version
Java versions require the following:
• 25 MB free disk space, 64 MB RAM
• Any OS capable of running Java (Windows 98 or above, Solaris, LINUX)
• Java Runtime v 1.3 (Standalone)
• Java Runtime v 1.2 (Servlet)
Strongly recommended:
• 128 MB RAM
• Pentium III 650Mhz or Faster
• 17" Monitor @ 1024 x 768 Resolution or higher
Installing and Using iView²
Please consult the iView² CD for installation information. The iView² help file
provides assistance in configuring/managing IMC Networks’ modules.
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If Using iView² with HP OpenView
During the installation, the iView² application prompts if HP OpenView is installed on
the management PC. Click Yes to integrate the appropriate files. Once in HP
OpenView, highlight the media converter icon and select the media converter. HP
OpenView will then launch iView².
If Not Using iView²
If using an application other than iView² for management, integrate the SNMP vendor
files (a.k.a. MIBs) into the application. The SNMP agent uses the following Enterprisespecific MIB file and standard MIBs, which can be found in the MIB directory on the
CD included with the iMediaChassis/6: MCIMC.MIB Enterprise-specific information
for the agent. For example, configuration information, port type information, link
status, etc.
Using the MCIMC.MIB
Refer to the management software's documentation for information on how MIB files
are integrated into the software.
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Power Supplies, Alarms and Fans
The iMediaChassis/6 ships with one or two AC or DC power supplies.
DC Power Supply Wiring Instructions
The following shows wiring configurations for 48 VDC power supplies for the
iMediaChassis/6.
Power Supplies LEDs
AC and DC Power Supply Modules used in conjunction with iMediaChassis/6 each
feature a single LED. This LED is on (Green) when the unit is powered on and will
turn off powered off.
Installing and Replacing Power Supplies
The iMediaChassis/6 ships from IMC Networks with one or two power supplies
installed depending on the model. Chassis ordered with one power supply come
with a filler tray installed in the second slot.
For proper cooling, the iMediaChassis/6 must have two power supplies installed OR
one power supply and one filler tray.
To install a second power supply, remove the filler tray, slide the PS module into the
chassis, click into place and attach power cord. To remove a power supply module,
disconnect the power source from the power supply, move the Power Supply Release
switch toward the right and hold while grasping the PS module by the silver handle
and slide out of the chassis. Power supply modules are hot-swappable.
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Alarm Reset Button
When one power supply on the iMediaChassis/6 malfunctions, an alarm will sound to
indicate the loss of one power supply. A red Alarm Reset button, located next to the
power connector on the right side of the power supply, stops this alarm. Pressing this
button stops the alarm. (LEDs on the management module and the power supply
itself also indicate power supply failures.) After stopping the alarm, remove the
power supply and replace it.
NOTE
When using dual (redundant) power supplies in the chassis, install at least one
application and/or an SNMP module for proper alarm function.
Last Gasp Alarm
The iMediaChassis/6 includes the Last Gasp feature which sends a trap when both
power supplies malfunction, when both power supplies are powered down, or when
the AC line fails (see the iView² help file for instructions on assigning Traps).
Temperature Control
The iMediaChassis/6 includes temperature activated fans and a SNMP temperature
trap to protect the chassis from overheating.
Temperature Triggered Fans/Fan Test
The iMediaChassis/6 includes temperature triggered fans. If the temperature of the
chassis reaches 40° C, the chassis’ two fans turn on to cool the chassis, helping extend
the life of the unit.
The management module includes a heat sensor for monitoring the chassis’
temperature. Users define a threshold for chassis temperature via SNMP (see the
iView² help file for instructions on assigning Traps). If the chassis’ temperature rises
above the specified level, the SNMP agent sends a trap to the administrator. There is
also an LED indicator on the SNMP Management Module for chassis temperature
(refer to section SNMP Management Module LEDs).
The red Alarm Reset button also functions as a Fan Test button. To verify fan
functionality, hold the button down for several seconds. The fans should engage.
The fans will turn off when the button is released. If the fans do not engage, contact
IMC Networks Technical Support at 1-800-624-1070.
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Electrostatic Discharge Precautions
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) can cause damage to your add-in modules. Always
observe the following precautions when installing or handling an add-in module or
any board assembly.
1.
Do not remove unit from its protective packaging until you’re ready to install it.
2.
Wear an ESD wrist grounding strap before handling any module or component.
If you do not have a wrist strap, maintain grounded contact with the system unit
throughout any procedure requiring ESD protection.
3.
Hold boards by the edges only; do not touch the electronic components or gold
connectors.
4.
After removal, always place the boards on a grounded, static-free surface, ESD
pad or in a proper ESD bag. Do not slide the board over any surface.
WARNING! Integrated circuits and fiber optic components are
extremely susceptible to electrostatic discharge damage. Do not
handle these components directly unless you are a qualified service
technician and use tools and techniques that conform to accepted
industry practices.
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IMC Networks Technical Support
Tel: (949) 465-3000 or (800) 624-1070 (in the U.S. and Canada);
+32-16-550880 (Europe)
Fax: (949) 465-3020
E-Mail: techsupport@imcnetworks.com
Web: www.imcnetworks.com
Specifications
Physical Specifications
Dimensions:
1.75” x 17.35” x 10.65” (4.45cm x 44.07cm x 27.05cm)
Environmental
Operating Temperature:
32° - 122° F (0° - 50° C)
Storage Temperature:
0° - 160° F (-20° - 70° C)
Humidity:
5 - 90% (non-condensing); 0-10,000 ft. altitude
Power
AC Input Load:
100/240VAC±10%~50/60Hz
115V @ 0.8A and 230V @ 0.4A (redundant)
115V @ 1.6A and 230V @ 0.8A (single)
DC Input Load:
-48VDC = 1A max (redundant); 2A max (single)
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Safety Certifications
UL/CUL: Listed to Safety of Information Technology Equipment, including
Electrical Business Equipment.
CE: The products described herein comply with the Council Directive on
Electromagnetic Compatibility (89/336/EEC) and the Council Directive
on Electrical Equipment Designed for use within Certain Voltage Limits
(73/23/EEC). Certified to Safety of Information Technology Equipment,
Including Electrical Business Equipment. For further details, contact
IMC Networks.
Class 1 Laser product, Luokan 1 Laserlaite,
Laser Klasse 1, Appareil A’Laser de Classe 1
European Directive 2002/96/EC (WEEE) requires that any equipment that bears this
symbol on product or packaging must not be disposed of with unsorted municipal
waste. This symbol indicates that the equipment should be disposed of separately
from regular household waste. It is the consumer’s responsibility to dispose of this
and all equipment so marked through designated collection facilities appointed by
government or local authorities. Following these steps through proper disposal and
recycling will help prevent potential negative consequences to the environment and
human health. For more detailed information about proper disposal, please contact
local authorities, waste disposal services, or the point of purchase for this equipment.
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19772 Pauling • Foothill Ranch, CA 92610-2611 USA
TEL: (949) 465-3000 • FAX: (949) 465-3020
www.imcnetworks.com
© 2008 IMC Networks. All rights reserved.
The information in this document is subject to change without notice. IMC Networks assumes no responsibility for any
errors that may appear in this document. PD-Switch is a trademark of IMC Networks. Other brands or product names
may be trademarks and are the property of their respective companies.
Document Number 50-80953-00 A3
June 2008
If the product’s part number begins with an “8”, it is compliant with the Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS)
directive.
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