HYC-TNS5310-C2 QIG V1.0.1
Quick Installation Guide
Of TNS5310-C2P
Industrial L2 Managed GbE Switch
Sep, 2017
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Revision History
Release
Release
Date
Revision
2017/09/7
V1.0.1
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CONTENTS
REVISION HISTORY .................................................................................................................................. II
CONTENTS .......................................................................................................................................... III
CHAPTER 1
INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................................... 1
Overview ................................................................................................................................................................ 1
Front View of the Switch ..................................................................................................................................... 1
Rear View of the Switch ...................................................................................................................................... 2
LED Descriptions ................................................................................................................................................... 2
DIP Switch ............................................................................................................................................................. 6
Reset Button .......................................................................................................................................................... 6
CHAPTER 2
INSTALLING THE SWITCH.................................................................................... 7
Package Contents ................................................................................................................................................. 7
Mounting the Switch on a DIN Rail ................................................................................................................... 7
Mounting the Switch on Wall (Optional) ......................................................................................................... 8
Connecting the DC Power Cord ......................................................................................................................... 9
Connecting the DI/DO Relay Wires ..................................................................................................................10
Installing SFP Modules .......................................................................................................................................12
CHAPTER 3
INITIAL CONFIGURATION OF SWITCH ........................................................... 12
Initial Switch Configuration Using Web Browsers .........................................................................................12
Initial Switch Configuration Procedure ...........................................................................................................12
CHAPTER 4
TROUBLESHOOTING ........................................................................................... 15
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Chapter 1 Introduction
Overview
This user guide describes how to install, configure, and troubleshoot the
TNS5310-C2P, 10 Ports L2 Managed GbE PoE+ Industrial Switch.
By reading this user guide, users can perform the following tasks:

To check the switch status by reading the LED behavior

To reset the switch or to restore the switch to factory defaults

To install the switch

To use a Web browser to initially configure the switch

To troubleshoot the switch
Front View of the Switch
Figure 1: Front panel of the switch
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Rear View of the Switch
Figure 2: Rear panel of the switch
LED Descriptions
The LEDs on the front panel provide users with switch status checking and
monitoring. There are three types of LEDs as follows:

Power LEDs
indicates if the switch is powered up correctly or not.

System LED
indicates if the system is ready or not.

Alarm LED
indicates if the system is normal or not.

Ring Master and Rapid Chain LED
indicates if the Rapid Ring is ready or not.
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Port Status LEDs
indicates the current status of each port. Users can check these LEDs to
understand the port status.
The following table details the functions and descriptions of various LED
indicators.
Table 1: Power LEDs
LED
Power1
Power2
Color
Green
Green
State
Description
On
The switch is powered ON correctly.
Off
The switch is not receiving power from
power1.
On
The switch is powered ON correctly.
Off
The switch is not receiving power from
power2.
Table 2: System LED
LED
Color
System
Green
State
Description
On
The switch is ready.
Off
The switch is not ready.
Table 3: Alarm LED
LED
Color
State
Description
An abnormal state, such as temperature,
Alarm
On
voltage or DC power1/2, has been detected
in the switch.
Off
The system is normal.
Red
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Table 4: Ring Master and Rapid Chain LED
LED
RM
(Ring Master)
RC
(Rapid Chain)
Color
State
Green
On
Amber
On
--
Off
Disable
Green
On
Rapid Chain has been detected in the
switch. (Active path)
On
Rapid Chain has been detected in the
switch. (Backup path)
Amber
--
Description
Ring Master has been detected in the
switch.
Ring Member has been detected in the
switch.
Error:
Blinking There is no correspondent Rapid Chain
Switch found.
Off
Disable
Users can check the port status by reading the LED behaviors per the table
below.
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Table 5: Port Status LEDs
LED
Color
State
Green
On
Green Blinking
RJ45 Amber
Ports
UP
On
Amber Blinking
Description
The port is enabled and established a link to connected
device, and the connection speed is 1000Mbps.
The port is transmitting/receiving packets, and the
connection speed is 1000Mbps.
The port is enabled and established a link to connected
device, and the connection speed is 10/100Mbps.
The port is transmitting/receiving packets, and the
connection speed is 10/100Mbps.
--
Off
The port has no active network cable connected, or it is
not established a link to connected device. Otherwise, the
port may have been disabled through the switch user
interface.
Green
On
The port is enabled and supplying power to connected
device.
RJ45
Amber
Ports
On
An abnormal state, such as overload status, has been
detected in the switch.
--
Off
The port has no active network cable connected, or it is
not connected a PoE PD device. Otherwise, the port may
have been disabled through the switch user interface.
Green
On
The port is enabled and established a link to connected
device, and the connection speed is 1000Mbps.
Down
Green Blinking
SFP
Ports
Amber
On
Amber Blinking
--
Off
The port is transmitting/receiving packets, and the
connection speed is 1000Mbps.
The port is enabled and established a link to connected
device, and the connection speed is 100Mbps.
The port is transmitting/receiving packets, and the
connection speed is 100Mbps.
The port has no active network cable connected, or it is
not established a link to connected device. Otherwise, the
port may have been disabled through the switch user
interface.
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DIP Switch
By configure the DIP Switch, users can perform the Rapid Ring tasks.
Detail setting can refer to Rapid Ring User Manual.
Reset Button
By pressing the Reset Button for certain period of time, users can perform
the following tasks.

Reset the Switch
to reboot and get the switch back to the previous configuration
settings saved.

Restore the Switch to Factory Defaults
to restore the original factory default settings back to the switch.
Note:
According to the table below, users can easily judge which task is being
performed by reading the LED behaviors while pressing the Reset button.
Once the LED behaviors are correctly displayed, users may just
release the button.
Table 6: Reset Button Descriptions
Task to be
Performed
Time Period of
Pressing Button
SYS LED
Behavior
Port Status LED
Behavior
Reset the Switch
2 ~ 7 seconds
Blinking
Green
ALL LEDs Light OFF
Restore to Defaults
7 ~ 12 seconds
Blinking
Green
ALL LEDs Stay ON
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Chapter 2 Installing the Switch
Package Contents

The Switch

Terminal Block

Installation Guide

Mounting kit
Mounting the Switch on a DIN Rail
Step 1:
Attach the DIN Rail mounting kit to rear panel of the chassis.
Insert screws and tighten then with a screwdriver to secure the
kit.
Figure 3: Screw DIN Rail Kit to the Switch
Step 2: Insert the upper lip of the DIN rail into the DIN-rail mounting kit.
And press the switch towards the DIN rail until it snaps into
place.
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Figure 4: Clip switch to the DIN Rail
Step 3:
Make sure that the switch is fixed securely to DIN Rail.
Figure 5: The switch is fixed to DIN Rail
Mounting the Switch on Wall (Optional)
Step 1: Attach the wall mounting plates to rear panel of the chassis.
Insert screws and tighten then with a screwdriver to secure the
plates.
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Figure 6: Attaching Wall Mounting Plates to the Switch
Figure 7: The Dimension of Wall Mounting Plates
Step 2: Install user-supplied screws on the appropriate location on the
wall.
Step 3: Make sure that the switch is fixed securely to wall.
Connecting the DC Power Cord
Step 1: Insert the negative/positive DC wires into the V-/V+ terminals,
respectively.
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Step 2: To keep the DC wires from pulling loose, use a small flat-blade
screwdriver to tighten the wire-clamp screws on the front of the
terminal block connector.
Step 3: Insert the terminal block connector prongs into the terminal
block receptor.
Step 4: Check the SYS LED. If it is ON, the power connection is correct.
Figure 8: Connecting DC power cord
Connecting the DI/DO Relay Wires
Figure 9: Connecting DI/DO Relay Wires
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STEP 1: Insert the negative (ground)/positive DI/DO Relay wires into the
+/- terminals, respectively.
STEP 2: To keep the DI/DO Relay wires from pulling loose, use a small
flat-blade screwdriver to tighten the wire-clamp screws on the
front of the terminal block connector.
STEP 3: Insert the terminal block connector prongs into the terminal
block receptor.
Note:
Digital output (relay): 24VDC/1A
Digital input: level 0(Low) -> 0V to 6V, level 1 (High) -> 10V to 24V
FAULT:
The two contacts of the terminal block connector are used to detect
user-configured events. The two wires attached to the fault contacts form
an open circuit when a user-configured event is triggered. If a
user-configured event does not occur, the fault circuit remains closed.
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Installing SFP Modules
You can install or remove a mini-GBIC SFP module from a SFP port without
having to power off the switch.
Step 1: Insert the module into the SFP port.
Step 2: Press firmly to ensure that the module seats into the connector.
Figure 10: Installing a SFP Module into a SFP Port
Note:
The SFP ports should use UL Listed Optional Transceiver product, Rated
3.3Vdc, Laser Class 1.
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Chapter 3 Initial Configuration of Switch
Initial Switch Configuration Using Web Browsers
After powering up the switch for the first time, you can perform the initial
switch configuration using a web browser. For managing other switch
features, please refer to the Web interface user guide for details.
To begin with the initial configuration stage, you need to reconfigure your
PC’s IP address and subnet mask. Please make sure the PC can
communicate with the switch. After changing PC’s IP address (for
example, 192.168.1.250), then you can access the Web interface of the
switch using the switch’s default IP address as shown below.
The initial switch configuration procedure is as follows:
Note:
The factory default IP address of the switch is 192.168.1.10
The factory default Subnet Mask of switch is 255.255.255.0
Initial Switch Configuration Procedure
The initial switch configuration procedure is as follows:
1. Power up the PC that you will use for the initial configuration. Please
make sure the PC has the Ethernet RJ45 connector to be connected to
the switch via standard Ethernet LAN cable.
2. Reconfigure the PC’s IP address and Subnet Mask as below, so that it
can communicate with the switch. The method to change the PC’s IP
address, for example, for a PC running Windows® 7/8.x/10, is as
follows:
Step 1: Type “network and sharing“ into the Search box in the Start
Menu
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Step 2: Select Network and Sharing Center
Step 3: Click on Change adapter settings on the left of PC screen
Note:
Users can also skip step 1 to 3, by pressing WinKey+R and type
”ncpa.cpl” command to get to step 4 directly.
Step 4: Right-click on your local adapter and select Properties
Step 5: In the Local Area Connection Properties window
highlight Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) then click
the Properties button.
Note:
Be sure to record all your PC’s current IP settings to be able to restore
them later.
Step 6: Select the radio button Use the following IP address and
enter in the IP for the PC (e.g. any IP address not in use, and in
between 192.168.1.2 and 192.168.1.254), Subnet mask (e.g.
255.255.255.0), and Default gateway that corresponds with
your network setup. Then enter your Preferred and Alternate
DNS server addresses.
Step 7: Click OK to change the PC’s IP address.
3. Power up the switch to be initially configured, and wait until it has
finished its start-up processes.
4. Connect the PC to any port on the switch using a standard Ethernet
cable, and check the port LED on the switch to make sure the link
status of the PC’s is OK.
5. Run your Web browser on the PC, enter the factory default IP
address. Then you can access the switch’s Web interface.
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If your PC is configured correctly, you will see the login page of the switch
as shown by Figure 9 below.
Figure 11: Web Interface login page
If you do not see the above login page, please perform the following steps:
-
Refresh the web page.
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Check to see if there is an IP conflict issue.
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Clean browser cookies and temporary internet files.
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Check your PC settings again and repeat step 2.
6. Enter the factory default username and password in login page.
Click “Login” to log into the switch.
Note:
The factory default Username of the switch is admin.
The factory default Password of the switch is password.
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Chapter 4 Troubleshooting
The following table provides information for users to easily troubleshoot
problems by taking actions based on the suggested solutions within.
Table 7: Troubleshooting Table
Symptoms
Possible
Causes
The switch is
SYSTEM LED is
not receiving
Off
power.
Suggested Solutions
1. Check if correct power cord is connected firmly
to the switch and to the DC outlet socket.
2. Perform power cycling the switch by unplugging
and plugging the power cord back into the switch.
3. If the LED is still off, try to plug power cord into
different DC outlet socket to make sure correct DC
source is supplied.
1. Check if the cable connector plug is firmly
inserted and locked into the port at both the switch
and the connected device.
The port is not 2. Make sure the connected device is up and
Port Up Status connected or running correctly.
LED is Off
the connection 3. If the symptom still exists, try different cable or
is not working. different port, in order to identify if it is related to
the cable or specific port.
4. Check if the port is disabled in the configuration
settings via WEB user interface .
1. Check if the cable connector plug is firmly
inserted and locked into the port at both the
Port Down
Status LED is
Off
switch and the connected device.
The port is not 2. Make sure the correct Ethernet cables are used.
supplying
3. If the symptom still exists, try different cable or
power
different port, in order to identify if it is related to
the cable or specific port.
4. Check if the port is disabled in the configuration
settings via WEB user interface .
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