PD-9024G, PD-9012G, PD-9006, PD-RPS-1000 and PD

PD-9024G, PD-9012G, PD-9006, PD-RPS-1000 and PD
Microsemi PD90XXG
PD-9006G, PD-9012G & PD-9024G
PD-RPS-450 & PD-RPS-1000
User Guide
Note:
The information contained herein is believed to be accurate and reliable
at the time of printing. However, due to ongoing product improvements
and revisions, Microsemi cannot accept responsibility for inadvertent
errors, inaccuracies, subsequent changes, or omissions of printed
material.
Microsemi reserves the right to make changes to products and to their
specifications as described in this document, at any time, without prior
notice. Do not photocopy or reproduce this material without permission.
Disclaimer
Microsemi assumes no responsibility or liability arising from the use
of Midspans, as described herein, nor does it convey any license
under its patent rights or the rights of others. Applications that are
described herein for any of these products are for illustrative
purposes only. Microsemi makes no representation or warranty that
such applications will be suitable for the specified use without further
testing or modification.
Note:
The information in this guide refers to PD-90XX series of Power over
Ethernet Midspans, unless otherwise stated.
Note that Midspan is designed for indoor use only.
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Contents
1
FRONT M ATERIAL....................................................................................... 5
1.1 Model Numbers Definition: .............................................................................. 5
1.2 Electrical Compatibility Approvals ................................................................... 5
1.3 Safety Standard Approvals.............................................................................. 5
1.4 CE Marking ..................................................................................................... 5
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SAFETY INFORMATION ................................................................................ 6
2.1 General Guidelines ......................................................................................... 6
2.2 Warnings ......................................................................................................... 6
2.3 Power Cord ..................................................................................................... 7
2.4 Power Cord Specifications by Country ............................................................ 8
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ABOUT THE POWER OVER ETHERNET MIDSPAN ........................................... 9
3.1 10/100/1000BASE-TX Ports Definition .......................................................... 10
3.1.1 Data Input Ports .......................................................................... 10
3.1.2 Data and Power Output Ports ..................................................... 10
3.2 Indicators....................................................................................................... 11
3.2.1 Power Indicator LED ................................................................... 11
3.2.2 Port Indications............................................................................ 11
3.3 Connectors .................................................................................................... 13
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POWER OVER ETHERNET MIDSPAN INSTALLATION ..................................... 14
4.1 Background Information ................................................................................ 14
4.2 Verifying Kit Contents .................................................................................... 14
4.3 Rack Mounting Brackets ............................................................................... 15
4.4 Installation Factors ........................................................................................ 15
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4.5 Connecting Ethernet Cables ......................................................................... 16
4.6 Connecting Power Cables............................................................................. 16
4.7 Powering Up the Unit .................................................................................... 17
5
TROUBLESHOOTING.................................................................................. 18
5.1 Preliminary Steps .......................................................................................... 18
5.2 Troubleshooting Steps .................................................................................. 19
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SPECIFICATIONS ....................................................................................... 21
6.1 Physical Specifications ................................................................................. 21
6.2 Environmental Specifications ........................................................................ 21
6.3 Electrical Specifications ................................................................................ 22
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MICROSEMI’S POWERVIEW PRO ............................................................... 24
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POWER BACKUP AND POWER REDUNDANCY CONNECTION ........................ 26
8.1 Power Redundancy ....................................................................................... 26
8.2 Power Backup ............................................................................................... 27
8.3 Connectors.................................................................................................... 27
8.4 Connecting Backup and Redundancy Connectors ........................................ 28
8.5 Power Backup and Power Redundancy Indications ...................................... 30
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1 Front Material
1.1
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1.2
Model Numbers Definition:
PD-90xxG/ACDC/M/F: 2 Pairs AC and DC Input Family
PD-90xxG/DC/M: 2 Pairs DC Input Family
Where:
o xx: Represents number of ports (6, 12 or 24)
o AC: Midspan has AC input
o DC: Midspan has DC input, current sharing, and power backup
features between two Midspans
o M: Midspan includes PowerView Pro (refer to Section ‎7)
o F: Midspan enabled full power on all ports
PD-RPS-AAAA: Redundant Power Supply
Where AAAA represents available power in watts.
Electrical Compatibility Approvals
Microsemi 90XXG series complies with the following standards:
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FCC Part 15; class B with FTP cabling, class A with UTP
cabling
EN 55022 (CISPR 22); class B with FTP cabling, class A
with UTP cabling
EN 55024 (CISPR 24)
Canadian ICES-003, class B
Safety Standard Approvals
Microsemi meets the following safety standards:
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UL/cUL per CSA/UL 60950-1
GS mark per IEC60950-1
CE Marking
CE marking on this product indicates this product complies with
89/336/EEC (EMC Directive) and 73/23/EEC (Low Voltage Directive).
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2 Safety Information
Read the following safety information before using your Power over
Ethernet Midspan unit.
2.1
General Guidelines
Read the following safety information before carrying out any installation,
removal, or maintenance procedure on the Power over Ethernet Midspan.
Warnings contain directions to be followed for the safety of personal and
product. Follow all directions carefully.
2.2
Warnings
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Read installation instructions in Section ‎4 before
connecting Power over Ethernet Midspan to its power
source.
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Read instructions in Section ‎4 before connecting
Midspan-to-Midspan power backup.
Midspan must use a grounded power cord, as defined in
Section ‎2.3.
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This product relies on the building installation for shortcircuit (over-current) protection. Use only a fuse or circuit
breaker not higher than 15A for 120VAC (U.S.), or 10A
for 230VAC (international).
Do not work on the system, connect, or disconnect
cables during periods of lightning.
A voltage mismatch can cause equipment damage and
can pose a fire hazard. If voltage indicated on the label is
different from power outlet voltage, do not connect Power
over Ethernet Midspan to this outlet.
For shelf-mounted equipment, verify surface is stable and
strong enough to support equipment. Do not stack more
than four Power over Ethernet Midspan units.
When disposing this product, follow all local laws and
regulations.
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2.3
"DATA" and "DATA & POWER" ports of the Power over
Ethernet Midspan, are shielded RJ-45 data sockets. They
cannot be used as Plain Old Telephone Service (POTS)
sockets. Only connect RJ-45 data connectors to these
sockets.
Associated Ethernet wiring shall be limited to the inside
of the building.
Power Cord
In case power cord is replaced, replacement must meet local
requirements.
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To ensure a reliable connection to an AC mains supply,
equipment provides an appliance IEC60320 inlet used for
connecting a detachable power supply cord.
Power socket outlet must be located near Midspan and
easily accessible. The only way of removing power from
unit is by disconnecting the power cord from the outlet
This unit operates under SELV (Safety Extra Low
Voltage) conditions, according to EN60950-1/IEC609501. Conditions are maintained only if the equipment to
which unit is connected also operates under SELV
conditions.
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2.4
Power Cord Specifications by Country
U.S.A. and
Canada
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Cord must be UL-approved or CSA certified.
Minimum specification for flexible cord is:
o No. 18 AWG
o Type SV or SJ
o Three-conductor
Cord set must have a rated current capacity
of at least 13A for, 9024G/ACDC/M/F, and
PD-9024G/AC/F; and 10A for PD9024G/ACDC/M, PD-9024G/AC,
PD-9012G/ACDC/M, PD-9012G/AC,
PD-9006G/ACDC/M, and PD-9006G/AC.
The attachment plug must be an earthgrounding type with a NEMA 5-15P (15A,
125V) or NEMA 6-15P (15A, 250V)
configuration.
Denmark
Supply plug must comply with section 107-2-D1, standard
DK2-1a or DK2-5a.
Switzerland Supply plug must comply with SEV/ASE 1011.
France and IT supplies cannot power this unit. If your supplies are an
Peru
IT type, unit must be powered by 230V (2P+T) via an
isolation transformer with a 1:1 ratio, and with secondary
connection point labeled Neutral and connected directly to
ground.
U.K
Power over Ethernet Midspan is covered by General
Approval NS/G/12345/J/100003, for indirect connection to
a public telecommunications system.
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3 About the Power over Ethernet
Midspan
Microsemi’s family of Power over Ethernet Midspans series 90XXG inject
power over data-carrying Ethernet cabling. Employing these devices
reduces the need for AC outlets, local UPS and AC/DC adapters near
PDs
PD9006G/9012G/9024G Midspans support 6, 12, and 24 ports
respectively, in a 10/100/1000BaseTx Ethernet network, over TIA/EIA568 category 5/5e/6 cabling. 9000G family can provide up to 30W (or
36W in Extra Power mode) according to the new PoE standard;
IEEE802.3at. DC power is fed over the spare pairs of wires within a cable
(4/5 and 7/8) to terminal units.
RPS family can provide backup or additional power to PD-90xxG
products.
Power over Ethernet Midspan normally powers devices that are Power
over Ethernet enabled or are equipped to receive power over Ethernet.
These devices are called Powered Devices (PDs).
Features of the Power over Ethernet Midspan include:
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Safe and reliable power over an existing Ethernet
infrastructure
Remote management using Web control and/or SNMPv3
Highest level of network security
Safe solution that protects network infrastructure
Standards compliant: IEEE 802.3af and 802.3at
Provides safe Power + Data over a single RJ45 cable
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3.1
10/100/1000BASE-TX Ports Definition
The following sections detail 9000G ports, and their functions.
3.1.1 Data Input Ports
Midspan has 6, 12 or 24 10/100/1000Base-T Data In ports, located on
PoE front panel (Figure ‎3-1), configured in a non-crossover manner
(straight-wired).
These ports are designed to carry Ethernet data only (Tx/Rx) over:
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Standard 4-wire pairs (pins 1/2, 3/6, 4/5 and 7/8)
(1000Base-T)
2-wire pairs (pins 1/2 and 3/6) (10/100Base-T)
3.1.2 Data and Power Output Ports
Midspan has 6, 12 or 24 10/100/1000Base-T Data & Power Out ports,
located on the front panel (see Figure ‎3-1). These ports are configured in
a non-crossover manner (straight-wired) and carry Ethernet data over:
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Standard 4-wire pairs (pins 1/2, 3/6, 4/5, and 7/8)
(1000Base-T)
2-wire pairs (pins 1/2 and 3/6) (10/100Base-T)
PD-90xxG series carry DC power over 2-wire pairs (pins
4/5 and 7/8)
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Power over Ethernet Midspan is not a repeater. Therefore maximum
distance from Ethernet switch must not exceed 100 meters (328 ft).
Power over Ethernet Midspan is guaranteed to work only within this
distance, as specified in IEEE 802.3 AT standard.
Figure ‎3-1: Power over Ethernet Midspan, Front View
(PD-9024G)
3.2
Indicators
A set of indicators displays the status of the Power over Ethernet Midspan
and its ports. Refer to Table ‎3-1 and Table ‎3-2. For details about status
information during operation.
3.2.1 Power Indicator LED
Power Indicator LED on front panel displays power status of Power over
Ethernet Midspan. When this LED is illuminated in green, Midspan is
receiving AC power. For additional information refer to Table ‎3-1.
3.2.2 Port Indications
The following sections detail PD-900XXG port indicators.
3.2.2.1 PD-90xxG Midspan Series
One uni-color indicator (green) per port displays port status:
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Green indicates terminal unit (PD) has been identified as
"Power over Ethernet Enabled", it is active and receiving
power.
 Blinking green indicates port does not supply power and
is inactive.
Note PDs that are not PoE-enabled devices are not powered by
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Midspan.
Table ‎3-1: Power Status Indications
Indicator
Power
Indicator
Color
Off
Green
Green light
blinks once
every
second
(only if
power
backup is
connected)
Main Power
Status
Power supply
unit is
unplugged
Power input
active
Midspan power
supply failure
(disconnected
or out of
voltage range)
Remarks
Power supply voltage
is within limits
Unit receives backup
power and continues to
function normally.
Maintenance measures
should be taken
whenever possible.
Table ‎3-2: Port Status Indications PD-90xx Series
Port LED
Color
Off
Green
Green blinks
once every
second
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Port Load
Conditions
Port Voltage
Inactive load or
unplugged port
Power to port is
disconnected. No DC voltage
present on port output lines.
Active load is
plugged in and
complies with normal
load conditions.
Continuous nominal DC
voltage is present on spare
pairs
Overload or short
circuit
Power to port is
disconnected. No DC voltage
is present on port output
lines.
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Green blinks
once every
0.5 seconds
3.3
Valid load.
Total aggregated
power exceeds
predefined power
budget
Power is not connected to
port.
No DC voltage is present on
port output lines.
Connectors
On Midspan’s front panel there’s a Console port. Using a standard USB
cable, users can connect a terminal to this port and load software.
Note: USB connection requires 'CP210x Driver.exe' installation.
Supplied CD provides the driver.
E thernet
S w itch
RJ-45
RJ-IN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Data
Data
Data
Data
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Power Bus
Console port is set to 38,400-baud for managed units and 19,200-baud
for unmanaged units, 8 data bits, no parity, and 1 stop bit. Figure ‎3-2
displays pin connections for this connector.
RJ-OUT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
PD
Data
Data
Data
DC +
DC +
Data
DC DC -
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
RJ-45
M idspan C hannel
Figure ‎3-2: Connecting to Midspan
Each data port is configured, as shown in Figure ‎3-2, as data “PassThrough” ports for all data pins (pins 1, 2, 3, 6, 4, 5, 7, and 8). Make sure
you are using cabling of Category 5 or higher.
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4 Power over Ethernet Midspan
Installation
The following sections describe how to install Power over Ethernet
Midspan.
4.1
Background Information
As shown in Figure ‎4-1, Midspan is connected in series to an Ethernet
switch/hub. Switch’s data output terminals are connected to Midspan.
Midspan delivers power over the spare twisted pairs (pins 7/8 and pins
4/5) in PD-90xxG series of Category 5 cabling, without degrading data
quality. Most installations require Midspan to be rack-mounted.
Figure ‎4-1: Typical Installation
4.2
Verifying Kit Contents
Unpack kit and verify the following items are included:
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Power over Ethernet Midspan
Mounting brackets (for 19-inch racks) and plastic cover
Screws for assembling mounting brackets
Self-adhesive rubber feet
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User guide
Power cord
Before proceeding, record unit’s serial number is the rectangle below for
future reference. Serial number is found on the information label at the
back of the Power over Ethernet Midspan.
Serial Number
4.3
Rack Mounting Brackets
Midspan comes with 19-inch mounting brackets and screws.
To install Midspan into a 19-inch rack:
1. Remove self-adhesive rubber feet from the bottom surface.
2. Install brackets using two screws per side.
Note: Rack-mounting screws are not provided.
Figure ‎4-2: Installing Mounting Brackets
4.4
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Installation Factors
Elevated Operating Ambient Temperature: If installed
in a closed or multi-unit rack assembly, operating
ambient temperature in rack environment may be greater
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than room ambient temperature. Therefore, install
equipment in an environment compatible with
manufacturer's maximum rated ambient temperature
(Tmra).
Reduced Air Flow: Install equipment in a rack in a
manner that does not compromise the amount of airflow
required for safe operation of equipment.
Mechanical Loading: When mounting equipment in
rack, ensure mechanical loading is even.
Circuit Overloading: Take into consideration the
connection of equipment to supply circuit and the effect
overloading of circuits might have on over-current
protection and supply wiring. Appropriate consideration of
equipment nameplate ratings must be given when
addressing this concern.
Reliable Grounding (Earthing): Maintain reliable
earthing of rack mounted equipment. Pay particular
attention to supply connections, other than direct
connections to branch circuit (for example, the use of
power strips).
Connecting Ethernet Cables
Ports on Midspan’s front panel are configured as "Pass Through" ports for
eight (1, 2, 3, 6, 4, 5, 7, 8) conductors of RJ-45 connectors. Use Category
5 cabling when making connections.
1. Connect cables from Ethernet Switch to Data In ports (lower row on
front panel).
2. Connect cables from IEEE 802.3at or IEEE 802.3af ready terminals
(PDs) to corresponding DATA & POWER OUT ports (upper row on front
panel).
4.6
Connecting Power Cables
When using an AC source to power Midspan, plug in the provided power
cord to back AC connector.
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4.7
Powering Up the Unit
Power over Ethernet Midspan has no on/off switch. To apply or remove
power from Midspan, insert or remove power cable to receptacle (AC) on
the back panel of the unit.
With power applied;
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Midspan powers-up.
Internal fan operates.
Device runs its Power-On Self-Test (POST), which takes
less than 10 seconds. During POST, all ports are
disabled and indicators illuminate in the following
sequence:
o Port indicators and Power indicators illuminate in green.
o Power indicator remains lit in green; port indicators are off.
Ports are now ready (enabled) for normal operation.
If LEDs are not lit, refer to Troubleshooting on page 18.
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5 Troubleshooting
The following sections describe troubleshooting procedures to be used if
you encounter any problems with your unit.
5.1
Preliminary Steps
If you have a problem, verify:
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Power is applied to Midspan.
A crossover-type Ethernet cable has not been used.
Ethernet cable from network is connected to DATA port.
Ethernet cable to PD is connected to DATA & POWER
port.
Cable pairs are attached to their corresponding ports.
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5.2 Troubleshooting Steps
This section provides a symptom and resolution sequence to assist in
troubleshooting of minor operating problems. If steps given do not solve
your problem, do not hesitate to call your local dealer for further
assistance. Refer to Table ‎5-1.
Table ‎5-1: Troubleshooting Steps
Symptom
Corrective Steps
Midspan does not 1. Make sure power cord is properly connected.
power up
2. Verify voltage at power inlet is between 100 and
240 VAC.
3. Remove and reapply power to device and check
indicators during power up sequence.
A port indicator is 1. Verify port is enabled (Midspan did not detect a
not lit and
PD).
corresponding
2. Verify PD is designed for Power over Ethernet
PD does not
operation.
operate.
3. Verify you are using a standard Category 5/5e/6,
straight-wired cable, with four pairs.
4. If an external power splitter is in use, replace it
with a viable splitter.
5. Verify PD is connected to DATA & POWER
OUTPUT port.
6. Try to reconnect the same PD to a different port
on the same Midspan or on another one. If it works,
there is probably a faulty output port or RJ-45
connection.
7. Verify port shutdown command was not issued
via Web management.
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Table ‎5-1: Troubleshooting Steps
Symptom
End device
operates, but
there is no data
link.
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Corrective Steps
1. Verify port indicator on front panel is
continuously lit.
2. If an external power splitter is in use, replace it
with a viable splitter.
3. Verify that for this link you are using a standard
UTP/FTP Category 5 straight (non-crossover)
cabling, with all four pairs, and that link is 100
meters long or less.
4. Try to reconnect the same PD to a different port
on the same Midspan or on another one. If it works,
there is probably a faulty port or faulty RJ-45
connection.
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6 Specifications
The following sections detail units' specifications.
6.1
Physical Specifications
Dimensions (H x W x D)
P/N
PD-9024G/ACDC/M/F
PD-9024G/AC/F
PD-RPS-1000
PD-9024G/ACDC/M
PD-9024G/AC
PD-9012G/ACDC/M
PD-9012G/AC
PD-9006G/ACDC/M
PD-RPS-450
PD-9006G/AC
PD-90xxG/DC/M
6.2
44 x 435 x 271 mm
(1.75" x 17.2" x 10.7")
Weight
4.8Kg (10.6lb)
4.4Kg (9.7lb)
4.3Kg (9.5lb)
2.7Kg (6lb)
Environmental Specifications
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Humidity
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-20 to +70°C (-4° to 158°F)
10 to 90% (non-condensing)
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6.3
Electrical Specifications
Parameter
AC Input Voltage
Input Current @ 100VAC
Input Current @ 240VAC
Nominal Output Voltage
Total Output Power
Maximum Output Power per
Port
Parameter
AC Input Voltage
Input Current @ 100 VAC
Input Current @ 240 VAC
Nominal Output Voltage
Total Output Power
Maximum Output Power per
Port
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PD-9024G/ACDC/M/F,
PD-9024G/AC/F, PD-RPS-1000
100 to 240VAC at 50/60Hz
12A max
6A max
50 to 57VDC
864W max
PD-90XX series: 36W
PD-9024G/ACDC/M, PD-9024G/AC,
PD-9012G/ACDC/M, PD-9012G/AC,
PD-RPS-450
100 to 240 VAC at 50/60Hz
5.5A max
2.75A max
50 to 57 VDC
430W max
PD-90XX series: 36W
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Parameter
PD-9006G/AC
AC Input Voltage
Input Current @ 100VAC
Input Current @ 240VAC
Total Output Power
Maximum Output Power, per
Port
Nominal Output Voltage
50 to 57 VDC
PD-9024G/ACDC/M/F, PD-9024G/ACDC/M,
PD-9012G/ACDC/M, PD-9006G/ACDC/M,
PD-RPS-450 & PD-RPS-1000
Parameter
DC Input Rated
Voltage
Input DC Maximum
Current
53-57
VDC
20A
Parameter
DC Input Rated Voltage
Input DC Maximum Current
Maximum Output Power, per
Port
Nominal Output Voltage
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100 to 240VAC at 50/60Hz
4A max
2A max
200W max
36W
PD-9006G/DC/M, PD-9012G/DC/M,
PD-9024G/DC/M,
46-57
20A
36W
VDC
44 to 57VDC
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7 Microsemi’s PowerView Pro
Microsemi’s PowerView Pro is a secure remote management system
offering real time monitoring and control, with graphical representation,
status indicators, and alarms. PowerView Pro manages Midspans via an
Internet browser interface or via a Network Management System (NMS).
Some of the most important features is remote power enable/disable
functionality on each Midspan port, supporting “hard resets” of remote
terminals such as WLAN Access Points and VoIP Phones PowerView
Pro, and enabling to monitor and control at network and Element levels,
as shown in Figure ‎7-1. For further details, refer to Microsemi’s
PowerView Web Manager user guide.
Figure ‎7-1: Management Deployment
PowerView Pro provides a number of unique features for Midspan
management:
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Remote Web Management of PoE for monitoring and
configuration
Configuration using graphical representations of remote
devices
Real time monitoring and configuration with visual status
indicators and alarms
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
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Multi-manager capabilities
Event and performance data recording
Runs on a PC platform with Windows graphic user
interface (GUI)
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8 Power Backup and Power
Redundancy Connection
90xxG has two options for ensuring continuous power supply:
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8.1
Power Redundancy
Power Backup
Power Redundancy
Microsemi 's power redundancy mode is available in 90xxG Midspan
series. This mode enables internal power supply backup for two
Midspans connected to each other. This mode provides seamless failover
between two Midspans. If one of the two Midspans' internal power
supplies fails, failure is detected automatically and working power supply
provides power to Midspan. Both Midspans are ensured continuous
uptime and all active ports continue to operate without any effect on
connected powered devices.
Power redundancy mode is available in the following midspans:
 PD-9024G/ACDC/M/F
 PD-9024G/ACDC/M
 PD-9012G/ACDC/M
 PD-9006G/ACDC/M
 PD-9524G/ACDC/M
 PD-9512G/ACDC/M
 PD-9506G/ACDC/M
 PD-5524G/ACDC/M
Note: When using power redundancy option, connect together only units
that share the same power supply:

1Kw power supply units
o PD-9024G/ACDC/M/F
o PD-9524G/ACDC/M
o PD-9512G/ACDC/M
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
450W power supply units
o PD-9024G/ACDC/M
o PD-9012G/ACDC/M
o PD-9006ACDC/M
o PD-9506G/ACDC/M
o PD-55XXG/ACDC/M
WARNING:
When connecting power redundancy connectors, make sure AC power in
both Midspans is disconnected from AC mains!
8.2
Power Backup
In case one of Midspans' power supplies fails, unit maintains full
functionality by using an optional backup power supply.
Midspan Unit
PD-9024G/ACDC/M/F
PD-9524G/ACDC/M
PD-9012G/ACDC/M
PD-9024G/ACDC/M
PD-9006G/ACDC/M
PD-55XXG/ACDC/M
8.3
Redundant Power Supply
PD-RPS-1000
PD-RPS-450
Connectors
Power backup and power redundancy connectors are located on the back
side of the Midspan.
PD-90xxG power backup and power redundancy have two connectors
(see Figure ‎8-1):
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Power Backup and Power Redundancy Control Signal
connector, RPS COM D-Sub: 15 pins, 3 rows female
connector.
DC Voltage Terminal Block Connector has two positive
(+) terminals and two negative (-) terminals.
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DC Voltage
Terminal Block
Connection
Power Backup & Current
Sharing Control Signal
Connector
Earth Ground
Connection
Figure ‎8-1: PD-90xxG Rear Panel Connectors
8.4
Connecting Backup and Redundancy
Connectors
WARNING:
Before connecting one Midspan to another, disconnect both Midspans
from AC main.
Implement Power Backup and Power Redundancy modes by using PDRPS-Cables Cable kit which includes DC Cable and RPS COM.
To connect the connectors:
1. Verify Midspans are mounted securely on rack.
2. Verify Midspans are not connected to AC mains.
3. Connect DC cable; two red wires (+), two black wires(-), and one
yellow/green wire, as shown in Figure ‎8-2.
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4. Connect RPS COM cable.
5. Connect Midspans to AC outlet.
6. Verify Power Indicator LED is ON (Green LED).
Note:
When connecting a midspan to midspan or to an RPS unit - Connect the
earth ground cable between both units Earth Ground connection.
FLAT WASHER
SPRING WASHER
NUT
Note:
If Power Indicator LED is not lit, refer to Troubleshooting on page 18.
Note:
RPS functionality can be monitored via NMS as described in Section 8
‎ .3.
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WA-0791-00N
WA-0792-00N
Figure ‎8-2: PD-90xxG Rear Panel connections
8.5
Power Backup and Power Redundancy
Indications
For information on NMS configuration refer to PowerView Pro user guide,
catalog number 056-0051-06. During Power Backup and Power
Redundancy, NMS View-Status window displays 'Power Source Status'
field. 'Power Source Status' field shows both internal and external power
supply statuses (green indication for 'OK and red indication for 'Fail').
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Figure ‎8-3: PD-90xxG View status in NMS
Note:
Midspan provides another power fail indication via Midspan's Power
Indicator LED; whenever unit's internal power supply fails, Power
Indicator LED blinks once every second (Green LED).
Unit Main LED
Figure ‎8-4: PD-90xxG Front Panel LED Indication
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