Industrial Ethernet Extender IVC-2002 User's Manual

Industrial Ethernet Extender IVC-2002 User's Manual
Industrial Ethernet Extender
IVC-2002
User’s Manual
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properly in all environments and applications, and makes no warranty
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purpose.
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FCC Warning
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
regulations for a Class A digital 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 environment. This equipment generates, uses, and
can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with this user’s guide, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area
is likely to cause harmful interference, in which case the user will be
required to correct the interference at his own expense.
CE Mark Warning
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment, this product may
cause radio interference, in which case the user may be required to
take adequate measures.
WEEE Warning
To avoid the potential effects on the environment and human
health as a result of the presence of hazardous substances in
electrical and electronic equipment, end users of electrical and
electronic equipment should understand the meaning of the
crossed-out wheeled bin symbol. Do not dispose of WEEE as unsorted
municipal waste and have to collect such WEEE separately.
Revision
Industrial Ethernet Extender User’s Manual
For Model: IVC-2002
Rev 1.1 (January, 2011)
Part No.: 2350-AH0340-001
Table Of Contents
1. Introduction............................................................................... 5
1.1 Checklist............................................................................. 5
1.2 Ethernet over VDSL2 Bridge Description................................ 6
1.3 Key Features....................................................................... 7
1.4 Specifications...................................................................... 8
2. Hardware Description.................................................................11
2.1 Front Panel........................................................................11
2.1.1 LED indicators for IVC-2002.......................................12
2.1.2 MODE DIP Switch......................................................13
2.2 The Upper Panel.................................................................14
3. Installation ..............................................................................15
3.1 Install Industrial Ethernet Extender – IVC-2002.....................15
3.2 IVC-2002 BNC / RJ-11 Proper Connection..............................16
3.3 IVC-2002 Application Connection..........................................17
3.4 Wiring the Power Inputs.......................................................19
3.5 Wiring the Fault Alarm Contact.............................................20
3.6 Mounting Installation...........................................................21
3.6.1 Install DIN-Rail Mounting............................................21
3.6.2 Wall Mount Plate Mounting..........................................22
4. Troubleshooting..........................................................................24
5. FAQ...........................................................................................25
1. Introduction
1.1 Checklist
Check the contents of your package for following parts:
ll IVC-2002 Industrial Ethernet Extender x 1
ll DIN Rail Kit
ll Wall Mount Kit
ll User’s Manual x 1
If any of these items are missing or damaged, please contact your
dealer immediately, if possible, retain the carton including the original
packing material, and use them against to repack the product in case
there is a need to return it to us for repair.
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1.2 Ethernet over VDSL2 Bridge Description
PLANET’s state-of-the-art Ethernet-over-VDSL2 products are based on
two core networking technologies: Ethernet and VDSL2 (Very-highdata-rate Digital Subscriber Line 2). This technology offers the
absolute fastest possible data transmission speeds over existing copper
telephone lines or coaxial cables without the need for rewiring.
The IVC-2002 Industrial Ethernet Extender has a switching architecture
with 4 RJ-45 10/100Mbps Ethernet port and one asymmetric or
symmetric Ethernet over VDSL port (Asymmetric means upstream and
downstream rate are not the same and Symmetric means upstream
and downstream rate are similar) – the VDSL port can be RJ-11 or
BNC Connector. The IVC-2002 can set to Master or Slave mode via a
DIP switch. When IVC-2002 (RJ-11) is connected with other IVC-2002
device, the performance will up to 99/63Mbps for asymmetric data
rate within 200m and up to 28/2Mbps at 1.4km. The IVC-2002 (BNC)
performance is up to 99/65Mbps for asymmetric data rate within 200m
and up to 31/4Mbps at 2.4km. This capability is ideal for use as an
Ethernet extender for your existing Ethernet network.
The IVC-2002 Industrial Ethernet Extender with slim type of IP-30
metal shape for easily deployment in Heavy Industrial demanding
environments.
PLANET Industrial Ethernet Extender provides a lower cost replacement
and smooth migration for existing Long Reach Ethernet (LRE)
networks.
The cable specifications of the connection are listed as following:
ll 10Base-T, Category 3, 4 or 5 UTP
ll 100Base-TX, Category 5, 5e or 6 UTP
ll Ethernet over VDSL2, Twisted-pair Telephone Wires
ll Ethernet over VDSL2, Coaxial Cable
Note
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Slave device (CPE) must connect to Master device (CO)
through the telephone wire or coaxial cable. It is not
allow connecting like Master to Master or Slave to Slave.
To define the IVC-2002 to Master or Slave, please refer
to section 2.1.2 for more detail.
1.3 Key Features
The Industrial Ethernet Extender provides the following key features:
ll Cost-effective VDSL2 Master / Slave bridge solution
ll -40 to 75˚C operating temperature
ll Redundant Power Design: 12~48V DC, redundant power with polarity
reverse protect function
ll IP-30 metal case / Protection
ll One box design, Master / Slave selectable via DIP Switch
ll Selectable BNC and RJ-11 mode for the data transmission
ll Defines Asymmetric (Band Plan 998) and Symmetric band plans for
the transmission of Upstream and Downstream signals
ll Complies with IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u and IEEE 802.3x standards
ll DMT (Discrete Multi-Tone) line coding
ll Half Duplex Back Pressure and IEEE 802.3x Full Duplex Pause Frame
Flow Control
ll Support up to 1536 bytes packet size, 802.1Q VLAN tag transparent
ll Integrated
addresses
address
look-up
engine,
support
2K
absolute
MAC
ll VDSL2 Stand-Alone transceiver for simple bridge modem application
ll Selectable Target Band Plan and Target SNR Margin
ll Support extensive LED indicators for network diagnostics
ll DIN Rail and Wall Mount Design
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1.4 Specifications
Product
IVC-2002
Hardware Specification
Ports
10/100 Base-TX
4 x RJ-45, Auto-Negotiation and Auto-MDI/MDI-X
VDSL
1 x RJ-11, female Phone Jack
1 x BNC, female connector
DIP Switch
4 position DIP switch
Functionality *1
Master / Slave mode select
Selectable BNC and RJ-11 mode
Selectable target Band Plan
Selectable target SNR mode
Encoding
VDSL-DMT
- ITU-T G.997.1
- ITU-T G.993.1 VDSL
- ITU-T G.993.2 VDSL2 (Profile 17a Support)
LED Indicators
P1 (Green)
P2 (Green)
Fault (Green)
Master (Green) and Slave (Green)
ACT (Green)
Sync. (Green)
Ethernet
•10Base-T: 2-pair UTP Cat.3, 4, 5 up to 100m
(328ft)
•100Base-TX: 2-pair UTP Cat.5, 5e, 6 up to
100m (328ft)
VDSL (RJ-11)
Twisted-pair telephone wires (AWG24 or better)
up to 1.4km
BNC
50 ohm, RG58A/U, RG58C/U, RG58/U or 75 ohm,
RG6 (Distance 2.4km)
Cabling
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Asymmetric Mode
VDSL (RJ-11)
200m -> 99/63Mbps
400m -> 91/48Mbps
600m -> 71/32Mbps
800m -> 53/18Mbps
1000m -> 38/8Mbps
1200m -> 33/5Mbps
1400m -> 28/2Mbps
Performance *2
(Down Stream /
Up Stream)
BNC
200m -> 99/65Mbps
400m -> 99/64Mbps
600m -> 97/59Mbps
800m -> 94/51Mbps
1000m -> 84/45Mbps
1200m -> 73/37Mbps
1400m -> 61/28Mbps
1600m -> 54/20Mbps
1800m -> 48/13Mbps
2000m -> 39/9Mbps
2200m -> 35/6Mbps
2400m -> 31/4Mbps
Symmetric Mode
VDSL (RJ-11)
200m -> 91/99Mbps
400m -> 74/79Mbps
600m -> 54/51Mbps
800m -> 38/34Mbps
1000m -> 27/21Mbps
1200m -> 24/15Mbps
1400m -> 21/10Mbps
BNC
200m -> 95/99Mbps
400m -> 92/97Mbps
600m -> 81/82Mbps
800m -> 71/70Mbps
1000m -> 60/57Mbps
1200m -> 50/44Mbps
1400m -> 42/33Mbps
1600m -> 37/27Mbps
1800m -> 29/22Mbps
2000m -> 23/21Mbps
2200m -> 19/17Mbps
2400m -> 19/13Mbps
Dimensions (W x D x H)
135mm x 87.8mm x 32mm
Weight
495g
Power Requirement
12~48V DC,
Redundant power with polarity reverse protection
function
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Power Consumption /
Dissipation
5.64Watts / 19.24BTU
Installation
DIN Rail Kit and Wall Mount Ear
Standard Conformance
Stability testing
IEC60068-2-32 (Free Fall)
IEC60068-2-27 (Shock)
IEC60068-2-6 (Vibration)
Operating Temperature
-40 ~ 75ºC
Storage Temperature
-40 ~ 80ºC
Operating Humidity
10% to 90%, relative humidity, non-condensing
Storage Humidity
10% to 90%, relative humidity, non-condensing
Regulation Compliance
FCC Part 15 Class A, CE
Standards Compliance
IEEE 802.3 10Base-T
IEEE 802.3u 100Base-TX
IEEE 802.3x Full Duplex Pause frame Flow Control
ITU-T
• G.997.1
• G.993.1 VDSL
• G.993.2 VDSL2 (Profile 17a)
*1 BNC and RJ-11 mode must switch to the same position for Master
and Slave. Otherwise, it may cause unstable.
*2.The actual data rate will vary on the quality of the copper wire and
environment factors.
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2. Hardware Description
nn IVC-2002
The IVC-2002 provides 4 RJ-45, 1 RJ-11 and 1 BNC port for network
line connection. The 4 RJ-45 ports with two different running speeds
– 10Mbps and 100Mbps. It will distinguish the speed of incoming
connection automatically.
This section describes the hardware features of the Industrial Ethernet
Extender. For easier control of the Industrial Ethernet Extender,
familiarize yourself with its display indicators and ports. Front panel
illustrations in this chapter display the unit LED indicators. Before
connecting any network device to the Industrial Ethernet Extender, read
this chapter carefully.
2.1 Front Panel
The units’ front panel provides a simple interface monitoring the
Industrial Ethernet Extender.
nn IVC-2002 Front Panel
1 2 3 4
ON
BNC
RJ-11
Figure 2-1: IVC-2002 front panel
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2.1.1 LED indicators for IVC-2002
The rich diagnostic LEDs on the front panel can provide the operating
status of individual port and whole system.
nn System
LED
Color
Function
P1
Green
Light
indicate the power 1 has power
P2
Green
Light
indicate the power 2 has power
FAULT
Green
Light
indicate the either power 1 or power 2 has
no power
Light
Indicate that the VDSL link is established
Blink
Indicate that the VDSL link is actively
sending or receiving data over that port
Light
Indicate that the VDSL link is established.
Fast
Blink
Indicate that the VDSL link is at training
status (about 10 seconds).
Slow
Blink
Indicate that the VDSL link is at idle
status.
Master Green
Light
Indicate the VDSL Bridge is running at
Master mode.
Slave
Light
Indicate the VDSL Bridge is running at
Slave mode.
nn VDSL / BNC
LED
ACT
Sync
Color
Green
Green
Green
Function
nn 10/100Base-TX Port
LED
Color
LNK/ACT Green
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Function
Light
Indicate that the port is link up.
Blink
Indicate that the Extender is actively
sending or receiving data over that port.
Off
Indicate that the port is link down.
2.1.2 MODE DIP Switch
The Industrial Ethernet Extender provides 4 selective transmission
modes. By switching the transmission modes, you can obtain a best
transmission mode to suit with phone line quality or distance of
connectivity. The following is the summary table of transmission setting,
bandwidth and distance extensibility tested for AWG 24 (0.5mm)
twisted-pair without noise and cross talk.
DIP Switch
DIP-1
DIP-2
DIP-3
DIP-4
Function
Mode
Link Type
Band Plan
SNR
OFF
Master
RJ-11
Symm
9dB
ON (default)
Slave
BNC
Asymm
6dB
ll Master / Salve
tMaster (Central Office) – the Master device mode, usually the
Master device will be located at the data center of ISP or enterprise to link to the backbone.
tSlave (Customer Premises Equipment) – the Slave device mode,
usually the Slave device will be located at branch office, home or
remote side as the long reach data receiver. The Slave also can be
connected to the PC, IP Camera or Wireless Access Point and etc
network devices.
Note
When the Industrial Ethernet Extender operate at Slave
mode, the DIP switch 2,3,4 is no function.
ll Link Type
tBNC mode allows IVC-2002 to connect and data transfer by using
BNC cable
tRJ-11 mode allows IVC-2002 to connect and data transfer by using
Telephone Wire
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ll Band Plan
tUser can switch the Band Plan either Symmetric or Asymmetric
by their own. When Symmetric is selected that provides better
upstream performance, when Asymmetric is selected that provides
better downstream performance. Refer to table above for details.
ll Target SNR (Signal Noise Ratio) Margin
tWhen fixed SNR margin is selected, the system will maintain the
SNR margin at 9 dB across all usable loop length.
Note
1. By default setting, the four DIP switch at “ON”
position and operate as “Slave”. For operate as
“Master”, please adjust the DIP 1 switch to “OFF”
position. Adjust other DIP switch setting to fill
different network application demand.
2. Link type: both of IVC-2002 must switch to the
same position, otherwise, it may cause unstable. For
example, if want to connect both of IVC-2002 through
BNC cable, the Master (CO) and Slave (CPE) must
switch the DIP-2 at BNC mode.
Please power off the Industrial Ethernet Extender before making any
transmission mode adjustment.
2.2 The Upper Panel
The upper panel of the Industrial Ethernet Extender consist one
terminal block connector within two DC power inputs. Figure 2-2 shows
the upper panel of the Industrial Ethernet Extender.
V1-
V1+
PWR1
Fault
V2- V2+ Input
DC12~48V
PWR2
Figure 2-2 Industrial Ethernet Extender upper Panel.
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3. Installation
3.1 Install Industrial Ethernet Extender – IVC-2002
The Industrial Ethernet Extender does
configuration. Users can immediately use
simply by attached the cables and plug
key limitation on the Industrial Ethernet
following items:
not require any software
any feature of this product
power on. There is some
Extender. Please check the
IVC-2002: The device is used for Point-to-Point connection only
(Master device to Slave device) and has equipped with one RJ-11 and
one BNC connectors for VDSL2 port for network link connection.
Phone wire: Depending on the quality of telephone line, the maximum
distance of one VDSL segment is 1.4km (4593ft) with AWG 24
telephone wires.
Coaxial: Depending on the quality of coaxial cable, the maximum
distance of one VDSL segment is 2.4km (7874ft) with 5C coaxial cable.
The distances will be changed by the quality of telephone wires and
coaxial cables.
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3.2 IVC-2002 BNC / RJ-11 Proper Connection
PLANET Industrial Ethernet Extender has a DIP switch which can adjust
to be Master or Slave mode. Connection of two PLANET Industrial
Ethernet Extenders, one must be Master (CO) mode and the other one
must be Slave (CPE) mode. Please refer to the following Figure 3-1
chart.
Industrial Ethernet Extender does not allow to connect
BNC and RJ-11 at the same time.
Note
P1
ON
P2 FAULT
Slave Master
OFF
ON
Sync. ACT
BNC
Coaxial Cable
Connections 2.4km Max.
BNC
Slave
BNC
Asymm
6dB
RJ-11
OFF
Master
RJ-11
Symm
9dB
VDSL2
VDSL
DIP 2 must switch to
the BNC mode
No Connection
RJ-11
PoE IP camera
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
ON
Master
RJ-11
Symm
9dB
1 2 3 4
OFF
ON
ON
Slave
BNC
Asymm
6dB
ON
Master
RJ-11
Symm
9dB
1 2 3 4
ON
Slave
BNC
Asymm
6dB
Ethernet Switch
PoE
LNK/
ACT
1
PoE
In-Use
RJ-45 Connections
100m (328ft) Max.
RJ-45 Connections
100m (328ft) Max.
2
3
4
LNK/ACT
PoE In-Use
IVC-2004PT
Slave / IVC-2002
Master / IVC-2004PT
P1
ON
P2 FAULT
Slave Master
OFF
ON
OFF
Master
RJ-11
Symm
9dB
BNC
1 2 3 4
ON
1 2 3 4
Slave
BNC
Asymm
6dB
Slave
BNC
Asymm
6dB
RJ-11
OFF
1 2 3 4
ON
ON
Sync. ACT
Master
RJ-11
Symm
9dB
ON
1 2 3 4
ON
Slave
BNC
Asymm
6dB
Master
RJ-11
Symm
9dB
No Connection
BNC
VDSL
RJ-11
PoE IP camera
VDSL2
Telephone Wire
Connections 1.4km Max.
PoE
LNK/
ACT
RJ-45 Connections
100m (328ft) Max.
Ethernet Switch
1
DIP 2 must switch to
the RJ-11 mode
PoE
In-Use
2
RJ-45 Connections
100m (328ft) Max.
3
4
LNK/ACT
PoE In-Use
IVC-2004PT
Master / IVC-2004PT
Slave / IVC-2002
VDSL2
VDSL2 Coaxial Cable
VDSL2
VDSL2 Telephone Wire
PoE
100Base-TX UTP with PoE
100Base-TX UTP
Figure 3-1: Industrial Ethernet Extender BNC and RJ-11 connection chart
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3.3 IVC-2002 Application Connection
Two sets of the Industrial Ethernet Extenders could be used to link two
local Area networks that are located in different place. Through the
normal telephone line or coaxial cable, it could setup a 99/63Mbps (RJ11) or 99/65Mbps (BNC) asymmetric backbone.
VDSL2
VDSL2
100Base-TX UTP
IP Camera
NVR
IP Camera
VDSL2
Coaxial or Phone Wire
IVC-2002
Wireless AP
IVC-2002
Wireless AP
LAN 1
* BNC: 2.4km
RJ-11: 1.4km
LAN 2
Figure 3-2: IVC-2002 BNC and RJ-11 connection
Advantage of IVC-2002 which it compatibles with PLANET VC-201A and
VC-202A. Without spend extra cost to deploy a new local Internet in
apartment, hotel, campus and hospitality environment. It can use the
original network structure to re-deploy with our latest product PLANET
IVC-2002. For example, MC-700, MC-1500, MC-1500R chassis with VC201A and VC-202A inside and set it as CPE (Customer Premises
Equipment) which need to be placed in the wiring center (MDF room)
and connect it to the telephone line system or coaxial cable system. On
the other hand, need to connect an IVC-2002 extender with Master
mode and connect it to the PLANET Chassis through the telephone
lines or coaxial cables.
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Switch
1.4km
2.4km
IVC-2002 Master
IP Camera
VDSL2
IVC-2002 Master
VDSL2
VC-202A/VC-201A CPE+
MC-700 Chassis
IP Camera
VDSL2
Control Center
2.4km
IVC-2002 Master
IP Camera
IP Camera
Harbor
IP Camera
Steel Factory
IP Camera
Railway
100Base-TX UTP
VDSL2
VDSL2 Telephone wire
VDSL2
VDSL2 Coaxial Cable
When deciding where to put the IVC-2002 then you must ensure:
tIt is accessible and cables can be connected easily.
tCabling is away from sources of electrical noise such as radios,
transmitters and power lines and fluorescent lighting fixtures.
tWater or moisture can not enter the IVC-2002.
tAir flow around the unit and through the vents in the side of the
case is not restricted (company recommend that you provide a
minimum of 25mm inch clearance).
To prolong the operational life of your units:
tDo not place objects on top of any unit or stack.
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3.4 Wiring the Power Inputs
The 6-contact terminal block connector on the top panel of Industrial
Ethernet Extender is used for two DC redundant powers input. Please
follow the steps below to insert the power wire.
1.Insert positive / negative DC power wires into the contacts 1 and 2
for POWER 1, or 5 and 6 for POWER 2.
V1-
V1+
PWR1
Fault
V1- V1+
V2- V2+ Input
DC12~48V
PWR2
V2- V2+
2.Tighten the wire-clamp screws for preventing the wires from loosing.
1
2
Power 1
-
+
3
4
Fault
5
6
Power 2
-
+
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3.5 Wiring the Fault Alarm Contact
The fault alarm contacts are in the middle of the terminal block
connector as the picture shows below. Inserting the wires, the
Industrial Ethernet Extender will detect the fault status of the power
failure and then forms an open circuit. The following illustration shows
an application example for wiring the fault alarm contacts.
Insert the wires into the fault alarm contacts
Note
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1. The wire gauge for the terminal block should be in
the range between 12 ~ 24 AWG.
2. Alarm relay circuit accepts up to 30V, max. 3A
currents.
3.6 Mounting Installation
This section describes how to install the Industrial Ethernet Extender
and make connection to it. Please read the following topics and perform
the procedures in the order being presented.
Note
In the installation steps below, this Manual use IGS801 (PLANET 8 Port Industrial Gigabit Switch) as the
example. However, the steps for PLANET Industrial
Switch & Industrial Ethernet Extender are similar.
3.6.1 Install DIN-Rail Mounting
The DIN-Rail is screwed on the Industrial Ethernet Extender when
out of factory. Please refer to following figures to hang the Industrial
Ethernet Extender on track.
1
2
Step 1: Lightly press the button of DIN-Rail into the track.
Step 2: Check the DIN-Rail is tightly on the track.
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Step 3: Please refer to following procedures to remove the Industrial
Ethernet Extender from the track.
1
2
Step 4: Lightly press the button of DIN-Rail for remove it from track.
3.6.2 Wall Mount Plate Mounting
To install the Industrial Ethernet Extender on the wall, please follows
the instructions described below.
Step 1: Remove the DIN-Rail from the Industrial Ethernet Extender;
loose the screws to remove the DIN-Rail.
Step 2: Place the wall mount plate on the rear panel of the Industrial
Ethernet Extender.
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Step 3: Use the screws to screw the wall mount plate on the
Industrial Ethernet Extender.
Step 4: Use the hook holes at the corners of the wall mount plate to
hang the Industrial Ethernet Extender on the wall.
Step 5: To remove the wall mount plate, reverse steps above.
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4. Troubleshooting
SYMPTOM:
VDSL LNK LED does not light after wire is connected to the VDSL port.
CHECKPOINT:
1.Verify the length of the wire connected between two IVC-2002 not
more than 2.4km (BNC) and 1.4km (RJ-11). Please also try to adjust
the DIP switch of IVC-2002 to other SNR mode.
2.Please note you must use one IVC-2002 with Master mode and the
other IVC-2002 with Slave mode.
SYMPTOM:
TP LED does not light after cable is connected to the port.
CHECKPOINT:
1.Verify you are using the Cat.5, 5e or 6 cables with RJ-45 connector
to connect to the port.
2.If your device (like LAN card) supports Auto-Negotiation, please try
to modify at a fixed speed of your device by manually.
3.Check the extender and the connected device’s power are “ON”.
4.Check the cables are firmly seated in its connectors in the switch and
in the associated device.
5.Check the connecting cables are good.
6.Check the power adapter is functional, including the connecting
device.
SYMPTOM:
VDSL sometimes will re-chain and unstable.
CHECKPOINT:
1.Verify what connection type of the cable is using, BNC or RJ-11
cable.
2.Check the Master (CO) and Slave (CPE) DIP-2 are switch to the
same and correct mode.
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5. FAQ
Q1: What Power Input that IVC-2002 used?
A1: 12 ~ 48V DC
Q2: What is VDSL2?
A2: VDSL2 (Very High-Bit-Rate Digital Subscriber Line 2), G.993.2 is
the newest and most advanced standard of xDSL broadband wire
line communications.
Designed to support the wide deployment of Triple Play services
such as voice, data, high definition television (HDTV) and interactive gaming, VDSL2 enable operators and carrier to gradually,
flexibly, and cost efficiently upgrade exiting xDSL-infrastructure.
Q3: What is the best distance for IVC-2002?
A3: In order to guarantee the stability and better quality of network,
so we would suggest the distance within 1.4 kilometer is the best
for RJ-11 Connecting and 2.4 kilometer for BNC Connecting.
Q4: What is the best data rate for IVC-2002?
A4:
Link Type & RJ-11 (Telephone Wire)
Distance
200m
1400m
DIP Mode
200m
Asymmetric
99/63Mbps 28/2Mbps
99/65Mbps 31/4Mbps
Symmetric
91/99Mbps 21/10Mbps 95/99Mbps 19/13Mbps
BNC (Coaxial Cable)
2400m
Q5: Can IVC-2002 compatible with VC-201A / VC-202A?
A5: YES, IVC-2002 (profile 17a) and VC-201A / VC-202A (profile 17a)
are base on ITU-T G.993.2 VDSL2 with same Profiles, so far they
are compatible with each other.
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Q6: What is SNR and what’s the effect?
A6: In analog and digital communications, Signal-to-Noise Ratio, often
written SNR, is a measure of signal strength relative to background noise. The ratio is usually measured in decibels (dB).
In digital communications, the SNR will probably cause a reduction
in data speed because of frequent errors that require the source
(transmitting) computer or terminal to resend some packets of
data. SNR measures the quality of a transmission channel over a
network channel. The greater the ratio, the easier it is to identify
and subsequently isolate and eliminate the source of noise.
Generally speaking, the higher SNR value gets better line quality,
but lower performance.
Q7: What is band plan and what’s the effect?
A7: VDSL2 defines multiple band plans and configuration modes
(profiles) to allow asymmetric and symmetric services in the same
binder (by designated frequency bands) for the transmission of
upstream and downstream signals. User has the ability to select
fixed band plan. When Symmetric is selected that provides better
downstream performance, when Asymmetric is selected that
provides better upstream performance.
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EC Declaration of Conformity
For the following equipment:
*Type of Product: Industrial Ethernet Extender ( 1 BNC / RJ-11 + 4-Port 10/100TX-17a Profile,
*Model Number:
-40~75 Degree C)
IVC-2002
* Produced by:
Manufacturer‘s Name :
Manufacturer‘s Address:
Planet Technology Corp.
11F, No 96, Min Chuan Road,
Hsin Tien, Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C.
is herewith confirmed to comply with the requirements set out in the Council Directive on the
Approximation of the Laws of the Member States relating to Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive
on (2004/108/EC).
For the evaluation regarding the EMC, the following standards were applied:
Emission
Harmonic
Flicker
Immunity
ESD
RS
EFT/ Burst
Surge
CS
Magnetic Field
Voltage Disp
EN 55022
EN 61000-3-2
EN 61000-3-3
EN 55024
IEC 61000-4-2
IEC 61000-4-3
IEC 61000-4-4
IEC 61000-4-5
IEC 61000-4-6
IEC 61000-4-8
IEC 61000-4-11
(Class A: 2006)
(2006)
(1995/A1: 2001/A2:2005)
(1998/A1: 2001/A2:2003)
(2001)
(2008)
(2004)
(2005)
(2008)
(2001)
(2004)
Responsible for marking this declaration if the:
⌧ Manufacturer
� Authorized representative established within the EU
Authorized representative established within the EU (if applicable):
Company Name:
Planet Technology Corp.
Company Address:
11F, No.96, Min Chuan Road, Hsin Tien, Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C
Person responsible for making this declaration
Name, Surname
Kent Kang
Position / Title :
Product Manager
Taiwan
Place
15 Oct., 2010
Date
Legal Signature
PLANET TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION
e-mail: [email protected]
http://www.planet.com.tw
11F, No. 96, Min Chuan Road, Hsin Tien, Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C. Tel:886-2-2219-9518 Fax:886-2-2219-9528
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