Magnum CSG14 Gigabit Converter Switches

Magnum CSG14 Gigabit Converter Switches
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Phone (510) 438-9071
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Important: The Magnum CSG14 Series 10/100/1000 Mb/s Converter
Switches contain no user serviceable parts. Attempted service by unauthorized
personnel shall render all warranties null and void. If problems are
experienced with Magnum CSG14 10/100/1000 Mb/s Converter Switch
products, consult Section 5, Troubleshooting, of this User Guide.
Copyright © 2008 GarrettCom, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may
be reproduced without prior written permission from GarrettCom, Inc.
Printed in the United States of America
GarrettCom, Inc. reserves the right to change specifications, performance characteristics
and/or model offerings without notice.
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Federal Communications Commission
Radio Frequency Interference Statement
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate frequency energy and if not
installed and used properly, that is in strict accordance with the manufacturer's
instructions, may cause interference to radio communication. It has been tested and
found to comply with the limits for a Class A computing device in accordance with the
specifications in Subpart J of Part 15 of FCC rules, which are designed to provide
reasonable protection against such interference when operated in a commercial
environment.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause
interference, in which case the user, at his/her own expense, will be required to take
whatever measures may be required to correct the interference.
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Electrical Safety requirements:
1.
This product is to be installed Only in Restricted Access Areas
(Dedicated Equipment Rooms, Electrical Closets, or the like).
2.
48VDC products shall be installed with a readily accessible disconnect
device in the building installation supply circuit to the product.
3.
This product shall be provided with a maximum 10A DC Listed fuse or
circuit breaker in the supply circuit when connected to a 48V
centralized source.
4.
The external power supply for DC units shall be Listed, Direct Plug In
power unit, marked Class 2, or listed ITE Power Supply, marked LPS,
which has suitably rated output voltage (i.e. 24VDC or 48VDC) and suitable
rated output current.
5.
Product does not contain user replaceable fuses. Any internal fuses can
ONLY be replaced by GarrettCom personnel through the RMA process.
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Contacting GarrettCom, Inc
Please use the mailing address, phone and fax numbers and email address listed below:
GarrettCom, Inc.
47823 Westinghouse Drive
Fremont, CA 94539
Phone (510) 438-9071
Fax (510) 438-9072
Website: http://www.GarrettCom.com
Email: [email protected]
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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1.0 SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................... 1 1.1 Technical Specifications ...................................................................... 1 1.2 Summary of models and descriptions: ............................................... 11 2.0 INTRODUCTION ............................................................................... 16 2.1 Inspecting the Package and the Product............................................. 16 2.2 Product Description ........................................................................... 17 2.2.1 CSG14H / CSG14P Product Description ................................... 17 2.2.2 CSG14UH / CSG14UP Product Description ............................. 23 2.3 Frame Buffering and Latency ............................................................ 29 2.4 Features and Benefits ......................................................................... 32 2.5 Applications for CSG14 Series Converter Switches.......................... 35 3.0 INSTALLATION ................................................................................. 44 3.1 Locating the Converter Switch Unit ................................................. 44 3.2 MC14-TRAY for Rack Mounting of CSG14 Series Switches .......... 46 3.3 MC14-TR+PS9 and MC14-TR+PS9X2 for Rack Mounting ............. 47 www . GarrettCom . com
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3.4 DIN-Rail mounting option ................................................................. 49 3.5 Power Requirements for CSG14 Series Switches .............................. 50 3.6 Powering the CSG14 with 12V, 24V or –48VDC power input ......... 51 3.7 CSG14 Series, DC-powered, -48, 24 and 12VDC Installation ........ 53 3.8 Connecting Ethernet Media ............................................................... 55 3.8.1 Connecting Twisted Pair (RJ-45, CAT 3, CAT 5 or CAT 6, ........
Unshielded or Shielded) ............................................................ 56 3.8.2 Connecting Fiber Optic LC-type, “Small Form factor (SFF)” ... 57 3.8.3 Connecting Fiber Optic SC-type, "Snap-In" .............................. 58 3.8.4 Installing LC-type SFP module,“Small Form Pluggable (SFP)” 58 3.8.5 Connecting Single-Mode Fiber Optic ........................................ 58 3.8.6 Power Budget Calculations for CSG14 Series, Fiber Media ..... 59 3.8.7 Connections to NICs which support Auto-Negotiation ............. 61 4.0 OPERATION ....................................................................................... 62 4.1 Triple-Speed Functionality, and Switching ....................................... 62 4.2 Auto-cross (MDIX), Auto-negotiation and Speed-sensing................ 64 4.3 Dual LEDs, Top-front and in End with ports .................................... 65 www . GarrettCom . com
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5.0 TROUBLESHOOTING ...................................................................... 66 5.1 Before Calling for Assistance ............................................................ 67 5.2 When Calling for Assistance ............................................................. 68 5.3 Return Material Authorization (RMA) Procedure ............................. 70 5.4 Shipping and Packaging Information................................................. 72 APPENDIX A: WARRANTY INFORMATION ......................................... 73 Revisions
Rev H 09/09:
Rev G 05/09:
Rev F 04/09:
Rev E 02/09:
Rev D 12/08:
Rev C 11/08:
Rev B 08/08:
Rev A 05/08:
Updated DIN Rail mount photo (pg. 49)
updated Latency specification (pg. 2), corrected Operating temp. (pg. 3)
revised Fiber Port connector spec. to “Single-mode” for “LX10” and
“LX25” on pages 12 and 13
updated 100Base-FX SFP part nos. (page 15)
added CSG14U model
removed PCSG14P model,
added mounting hole location drawing (page 43)
added PCSG14P (PoE version)
Initial release of this user manual for CSG14 Converter Switches
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1.0
SPECIFICATIONS
1.1 Technical Specifications
Ports Performance
Data Rate: 10Mbps, 100Mbps, 1000Mbps
Network Standards
1000Mb: Ethernet IEEE 802.3ab and 802.3z
1000Base-T, -SX, -LX and -ZX
100Mb: Ethernet IEEE 802.3u, 100BASE-TX, 100BASE-FX
10 Mb: Ethernet IEEE 802.3, 10BASE-T
Auto-sensing for speed: IEEE 802.3z
Packet-Processing Between Domains
Filter and Forward Rate from 1000Mbps ports: 1,488,000 pps max.
Filter and Forward Rate from 100Mbps ports: 148,800 pps max.
Filtering and Forwarding Rate from 10 Mbps ports: 14,880 pps max.
Processing type: Store and Forward, non-blocking
Auto-learning: 1K-address table
Address buffer age-out time: 300 sec.
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Packet buffers memory: 64KB, dynamically shared on all domains
Latency (not including packet time): 1000 to 1000Mbps: <3μs
100 to 100Mbps: <5μs
10 to 10Mbps: <18μs
100 to 10 Mbps: <5μs
10 to 100Mbps: <15μs
Path Delay Value: 50 BT on all ports
Maximum Ethernet Segment (or Domain) Lengths
10BASE-T (Unshielded twisted pair)
10BASE-FL, Fiber optic
10BASE-FL, Single-mode Fiber optic
100BASE-TX (CAT 5 UTP)
100BASE-FX, half-duplex: (multi-mode)
100BASE-FX, full duplex: (multi-mode)
100BASE-FX, half-duplex: (single-mode)
100BASE-FX, full duplex: (single-mode)
100BASE-FX, full duplex: (single-mode, long reach)
1000BASE-T (CAT5E OR CAT6 recommended)
1000BASE-SX, full duplex, multi-mode (62.5um)
1000BASE-SX, full duplex, multi-mode (50um)
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100 m (328 ft)
2 km (6,562 ft)
10 km (32,810ft)
100 m (328 ft)
412 m (1350 ft)
2 km (6,562 ft)
412 m (1350 ft)
20 km (65,620 ft)
40 km (131,240 ft)
100 m (328 ft)
220 m (722 ft)
550 m (1804 ft)
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1000BASE-LX, full duplex, single-mode (9um)
1000BASE-ZX, full duplex, single-mode (9um)
5 km (16404 ft)
>70 km (229,659 ft)
Operating Environment
CSG14H / CSG14UH: -13ºF to 140ºF (-25ºC to 60ºC) Long term per agency tests (UL)
-40ºF to 185ºF (-40ºC to 85ºC) Short term per IEC Type tests
CSG14P / CSG14UP: -40ºF to 167ºF (-40ºC to 75ºC) Long term per agency tests (UL)
-40ºF to 185ºF (-40ºC to 85ºC) Short term per IEC Type tests
Storage Temperature,
All models:
-40ºF to 212ºF (-40ºC to 100ºC)
Cold Start:
CSG14H / CSG14UH to -20ºC
CSG14P / CSG14UP to -40ºC
Ambient Relative Humidity: 5% to 95% (non-condensing)
Altitude (All models):
-200 to 50,000ft. (-60 – 15,000 m)
Conformal Coating (optional) for humidity protection
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Note: CSG14 models are designed for NEBS compliance, including, vibration, shock
and altitude.
Packaging:
Enclosure: Rugged sheet metal (Aluminum)
Dimensions of the Switch unit:
3.5 in H x 3.0 in W x 1.0 in D (8.9 cm x 7.6 cm x 2.5 cm)
Weight: CSG14H / CSG14P: 9 oz. (255g)
CSG14UH / CSG14UP: 6.1 oz. (173g)
Power supply, –Hd, and Hi: 5.8 oz (165g)
–Pd, and -Pi: 7.9 oz (225g)
Cooling Method:
Convection on the CSG14 Series models. The hardened (H) factory floor and premium (P)
temperature un-controlled location models have closed cases to withstand dirt and use
special thermal techniques to transfer heat to the outside of the case for cooling.
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POWER SUPPLY
AC POWER SUPPLY (using an external power adapter):
All models have a (8-15) VDC output with 6ft long cord and a 2.5mm center +ve jack. The
power supplies are temperature rated to match the Converter Switch ratings.
Factory Floor (H) Ratings (-25 to 60°C)
North America (-Hd) models. Hardened, factory floor temperature rated. Input: 6ft AC
power cord to IEC 320 connector on the 100-240vac 47-63Hz external power adapter.
Output: 12vdc, 1.25Amps
International (-Hi) models. Factory floor temperature rated. Input: IEC 320 connector on
the 100-240vac 47-63Hz external power adapter. Requires a user supplied power cord
Output: 12vdc, 1.25Amps.
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Temperature un-controlled Premium (P) Ratings (-40 to 75°C)
North America (-Pd) models. Outdoor temperature rated.
Input: 6ft AC power cord to IEC 320 connector on the100240vac 47-63Hz external power adapters.
Output: 12vdc, 2Amps.
International (-Pi) models. Outdoor temperature rated.
Input: IEC 320 connector on the 100-240vac 47-63Hz
external power adapter. Requires a user supplied power cord.
Output: 12vdc, 2Amps.
Direct DC POWER SUPPLY: built-in terminal block for
+, -, ground along with 12VDC jack
12V DC internal (range of 8.0 to 15V DC)
24V DC internal (range of 18 to 36V DC).
-48V DC internal (range of 36 to 60V DC), -, ground
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Power Consumption: See Section 3.6.
Note 1: the 8-15V DC jack can be used for dual source DC input using an AC adapter and
the DC terminal block. Power supply protection is provided by internal diodes.
Note 2: The Direct DC power floats. The user may ground either “+” or “-” if desired.
Port Connectors (CSG14H / CSG14P:
Two RJ-45 Ports: supports 10/100/1000Mbps with auto cross (MDIX).
They are shielded 8-pin female connectors for shielded (STP) and unshielded
(UTP) Cat 3, 4, 5 cables.
One Fiber optic port: The CSG14 series is 1000Base-SX / -LX / -ZX with a
“fiber flavor” choice of multimode or singlemode SC, SLC, SFP connectors.
Port Connectors (CSG14UH / CSG14UP:
One RJ-45 Port: supports 10/100/1000Mbps with auto cross (MDIX).
It is shielded 8-pin female connector for shielded (STP) and unshielded (UTP)
Cat 3, 4, 5 cables.
Two Fiber optic ports: The CSG14U series is 100Base-FX or 1000Base-SX /-LX
/ -ZX with a “fiber flavor” choice of multimode or singlemode SFP connectors.
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Switches (CSG14H / CSG14P)
Fiber port default is FDX (Full-Duplex)
RJ45’s are triple-speed auto-negotiating
Switches (CSG14UH / CSG14UP)
Each SFP port is factory set to Gb speed
User may select 100Mb speed via DIP switch on the back of the unit
Each SFP port is individually speed-selectable
NOTE: After changing the speed switch setting, power cycle the unit for the speed
setting to take effect.
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PO RT 1
Gb
LK/ACT
POWER
PORT 2
PORT 3
LED Indicators (Two sets) top-front and end with ports
Top-Front: (shown)
POWER: Steady ON when power applied
Gb per port:
Steady ON for 1000Mbps; OFF for
100Mbps or 10Mb speed
LK/ACT per port: Steady ON for LINK (LK) with no
traffic, BLINKING for Activity
End with Ports:
POWER: Steady ON when power applied
10/100/Gb per RJ45 port: Steady ON for 100Mb,
OFF for 10Mb,
BLINKING for Gb
Fiber port: LK/ACT:
Steady ON for Link with no
traffic, BLINKING for Activity
Gb
LK/ACT
Gb
LK/ACT
PORT 3
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Mounting options
Metal mounting clips for panel mounting: included
DIN-Rail mounting option: Model # DIN-RAIL MC2 (see Section 3.4)
Rack-mount option: MC14-TRAY, see http://www.garrettcom.com/mc_tray.htm
Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF) – over15 years, Telcordia (Bellcore) Method
Agency Approvals and Standards Compliance:
UL Listed (UL 60950), cUL, CE, Emissions meets FCC Part 15 Class A.
NEBS L3 and ETSI compliant.
P model: IEEE P1613 Env. Std for Electric Power Substations
P model: NEMA TS-2 and TEES for traffic control equipment
P model: designed for UL 2043 above-the-ceiling installation
IEC61850 EMC and Operating Conditions Class C Power Substations
Warranty:
Three years, return to factory
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1.2 Summary of models and descriptions:
CSG14H (Hardened Model) for 1000Mb fiber
CSG14H-ff-Hd, Hi =
CSG14H-ff-12VDC =
CSG14H-ff-24VDC =
CSG14HR-ff-24VDC =
CSG14H-ff-48VDC =
Hardened (H), two 10/100/1000Mb RJ-45+ one 1000Mb Fiber port for
factory floor (-25 to 60C) using a direct DC ( 8-15VDC) and/or external
AC hardened power supply (included).
Same as CSG14H model,
except AC hardened power supply is not included
Same as CSG14H-12VDC model,
except 24VDC power input replaces 12VDC.
Same as CSG14H-24VDC model,
but includes DIN-RAIL-MC2 mounting option.
Same as CSG14H-24VDC model,
except -48VDC power input replaces 24VDC
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CSG14P (Premium Model) for 1000Mb fiber
CSG14P-ff-Pd, Pi =
CSG14P-ff-12VDC =
CSG14P-ff-24VDC =
CSG14PR-ff-24VDC =
CSG14P-ff-48VDC =
Premium (P), two 10/100/1000Mb RJ-45+ one 1000Mb Fiber port for uncontrolled(outdoor) (-40 to 75C) using direct DC (8-15VDC) and/or
external AC premium power supply (included).
Same as CSG14P-Pd, Pi, except AC Premium Power Supply is not
included.
Same as CSG14P-12VDC model,
except 24VDC power input replaces 12VDC.
Same as CSG14P-24VDC model,
but includes DIN-RAIL-MC2 mounting option.
Same as CSG14P-24VDC model, except -48VDC input replaces 24VDC.
Fiber Port Connectors (CSG14H / CSG14P):
The “ff” field is for selection of the desired “fiber flavor” as listed below.
“SX” = 1000Base-SX-SC: 850nm multi-mode fiber optic with SC type connector, 550 m.
“ESX”= 1000Base-SX Extended: 1310nm multi-mode fiber optic with SC type connector, 2 km
“LX10”= 1000Base-LX-SLC: 1310nm single-mode fiber optic with LC type connector, 10 km
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“LX25” = 1000Base-LX-SLC: 1310nm single-mode fiber optic with LC type connector, 25 km
“ZX40” = 1000Base-ZX-SLC: 1550nm single-mode fiber optic with LC type connector, 40 km
“ZX70”= 1000Base-ZX-SLC: 1550nm single-mode fiber optic with LC type connector, 70 km
“SFP” = open SFP transceiver slot in the fiber position. (order SFP as a separate item)
“SFP-SX”= 1000Base-SX-LC: 850nm multi-mode SFP, 550 m
“SFP-ESX”= 1000Base-SX Extended: 1310nm multi-mode fiber optic with LC type connector, 2 km
“SFP-LX10”= 1000Base-LX-SLC: 1310nm single-mode SFP, 10 km
“SFP-LX25”= 1000Base-LX-SLC: 1310nm single-mode SFP, 25 km
“SFP-ZX40”= 1000Base-ZX-SLC: 1550nm single-mode SFP, 40 km
“SFP-ZX70”= 1000Base-ZX-SLC: 1550nm single-mode SFP, 70 km
CSG14UH (Hardened Model) for 1000Mb fiber
CSG14UH-ff-Hd, Hi =
CSG14UH-ff-12VDC =
CSG14UH-ff-24VDC =
Hardened (H), one 10/100/1000Mb RJ-45+ two 1000Mb Fiber ports for
factory floor (-25 to 60C) using a direct DC ( 8-15VDC) and/or external
AC hardened power supply (included).
Same as CSG14UH model,
except AC hardened power supply is not included
Same as CSG14UH-12VDC model,
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except 24VDC power input replaces 12VDC.
CSG14UHR-ff-24VDC = Same as CSG14UH-24VDC model,
but includes DIN-RAIL-MC2 mounting option.
CSG14UH-ff-48VDC =
Same as CSG14UH-24VDC model,
except -48VDC power input replaces 24VDC
CSG14UP (Premium Model) for 1000Mb fiber
CSG14UP-ff-Pd, Pi =
CSG14UP-ff-12VDC =
CSG14UP-ff-24VDC =
CSG14UPR-ff-24VDC =
CSG14UP-ff-48VDC =
Premium (P), one 10/100/1000Mb RJ-45+ two 1000Mb Fiber ports for uncontrolled(outdoor) (-40 to 75C) using direct DC (8-15VDC) and/or
external AC premium power supply (included).
Same as CSG14UP-Pd, Pi, except AC Premium Power Supply is not
included.
Same as CSG14UP-12VDC model,
except 24VDC power input replaces 12VDC.
Same as CSG14UP-24VDC model,
but includes DIN-RAIL-MC2 mounting option.
Same as CSG14UP-24VDC model, except -48VDC input replaces 24VDC
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Fiber Port Connectors (CSG14UH / CSG14UP):
The “ff” field is for selection of the desired “fiber flavor” as listed below.
“SFP” = open SFP transceiver slot in the fiber position. (order SFP as a separate item)
“SFP-SX”= 1000Base-SX-LC: 850nm multi-mode SFP, 550 m
“SFP-ESX”= 1000Base-SX Extended: 1310nm multi-mode fiber optic with LC type connector, 2 km
“SFP-LX10”= 1000Base-LX-SLC: 1310nm single-mode SFP, 10 km
“SFP-LX25”= 1000Base-LX-SLC: 1310nm single-mode SFP, 25 km
“SFP-ZX40”= 1000Base-ZX-SLC: 1550nm single-mode SFP, 40 km
“SFP-ZX70”= 1000Base-ZX-SLC: 1550nm single-mode SFP, 70 km
“SFP100P-FXMM2”= 100Base-FX, multi-mode SFP, 2Km
“SFP100P-FXSM15”= 100Base-FX, single-mode SFP, 15Km
“SFP100P-FXSM40”= 100Base-FX, single-mode SFP, 40Km
Accessories
MC14-TRAY = 19” Rack-mount tray for 14-series Switch models, up to 16 units
Other Tray configurations with power supplies and power cabling included - See Section 3.3
DIN-RAIL-MC2 = Metal DIN-Rail mounting bracket for one CSG14 Series Switch,
See Section 3.4
Conformal Coating (for high humidity and “tropical” applications) - request quote.
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INTRODUCTION
This section describes CSG14 Series models, including appearance, features and
typical applications.
2.1 Inspecting the Package and the Product
Examine the shipping container for obvious damage prior to installing this
product; notify the carrier immediately of any damage, which you believe occurred during
shipment or delivery. Inspect the contents of this package for any signs of damage and
ensure that the items listed below are included.
This package should contain:
1
Magnum CSG14 Series Converter Switch unit,
1
External Power Supply, (for -Hd, -Hi, -Pd and -Pi models only)
1 set
Metal panel mounting clips and screws (2 each)
1
User Guide (this manual)
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Remove the Magnum CSG14 Series Converter Switch from the shipping
container. Be sure to keep the shipping container should you need to ship the unit at a later
date. In the event there are items missing or damaged contact your supplier. If you need to
return the unit, use the original shipping container. Refer to Section 5 Troubleshooting, for
specific return procedures.
2.2 Product Description
2.2.1
CSG14H / CSG14P Product Description
Combine a 10, 100 or 1000Mb Fiber Media Converter and a two-port
10/100/1000 copper Switch, and you have the Converter Switch, a flexible edge-of-thenetwork Ethernet product. Add in fiber port choices for all multi-mode and single-mode
fiber connector types plus AC or DC input power selection and multiple application
environments, and you have the Magnum CSG14 Converter Switch family.
The Magnum CSG14 family of Converter Switches with a 1000Mb, 100Mb or
10Mb Fiber port built in covers the full range of application environments, with Hardened
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(factory floor), and Premium-rated (outdoor) versions. Extra features for heavy-duty and
extended temperature operation ranges are included selectively in the Hardened factoryfloor and Premium-rated outdoor models. This selection of models and fiber port types
offers the best price-to-value ratio for each user and installation. Where a Media Converter
might have been used, a Converter Switch offers a better value. The compact package is
ideal for network edge installations, and is able to be conveniently mounted to suit any
application.
The Magnum CSG14H Hardened units are for the office and factory floor
applications. The CSG14H models are built with high-grade components and are
constructed using special thermal techniques and a metal case for heavy-duty industrial
jobs. In addition to a Hardened AC power option and jack, terminals for internal DC power
choices at 8 to15V, 24V or -48V DC are included. The ambient temperature rating of –25
to 60C is for industrial use. No internal airflow is required for cooling, so it resists dust,
dirt, moisture, smoke and insects. Mounting options include stand-alone panel mounting,
DIN-Rail, or rack-mount tray.
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The Magnum CSG14P Premium-rated units are for temperature un-controlled
applications (-40 to 75C), typically located outdoors. The CSG14P models are built with
premium-grade extended temperature components, and use similar thermal techniques as
the CSG14H Hardened units. In addition to a Premium-rated AC power option and jack,
terminals for internal DC power choices at 8 to15V, 24V or -48V DC are included. When
used outdoors, the CSG14P should be protected from falling rain. Mounting options include
stand-alone panel mounting, DIN-rail, or rack-mount tray.
The CSG14 series provides switching between two 10/100/1000 auto-negotiating
copper ports and one 1000Mb fiber port which may be SC, LC or SFP multi-mode or
single-mode. The plug-and-play, energy-efficient, and flavor rich fiber features make this
sleek multi-purpose Switch convenient and cost-effective for the user. The selection of
various temperature ranges enables deployment in various industrial environments. And, it
uses very little space. Providing the combination of Media Converter with Switch, the
CSG14 Series is an ideal choice for edge-of–the-network applications.
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Fig 2.2.1a
CSG14H with 1000Mb SC connector
Fig 2.2b
The ORANGE labeled Magnum CSG14H hardened units (as
shown in Fig 2.2.1a) are designed for office and wiring closet
environments and factory floor/Industrial applications. Using
special thermal techniques and a sealed rugged metal case for
heavy-duty industrial applications no air inflow is required for
cooling, so the CSG14H resist dust, dirt, moisture, smoke and insects. Choices of models
for external AC or internal DC power are available. Ambient operating temperature is –
25°C to + 60°C depending on the power source used. Storage temperature rating is –40°C
to + 100°C
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Fig 2.2.1b
CSG14P with 1000Mb LC connector
The RED labeled Magnum CSG14P Series (as shown in Fig.
2.2.1b) are premium rated units suitable for temperature uncontrolled outdoor applications. Specially designed with
premium-grade extended temperature components, the CSG14P
units use similar thermal techniques to the CSG14H hardened
units for cooling. Mounting options include panel mounting,
DIN-rail, or rack-mount tray. Choices of models for external AC or internal DC power are
available. Ambient operating temperature is between –40°C to +75°C depending on the
power source used. Storage temperature rating is between –40°C to +100°C.
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The front side of the unit has two twisted-pair 10/100/1000Mb switch ports and
one 10, 100 or 1000Mb fiber port. Both the RJ-45 ports of the CSG14 Series Converter
switches support auto cross (MDIX) operation performing the autocross function under
auto-negotiation mode only. The CSG14 models are factory configured at Full Duplex.
Two sets of LEDs indicating the operating status of ports are mounted on the top
and front (for extra viewing advantage while rack-mounted). For each port, there are Link
and Activity (LK/ACT) LED’s on the top indicating that the media cables are connected
correctly and showing, by blinking, when there is traffic. The LK/ACT LED’s are
repeated on the front as LA1 (port 1), LA2 (port 2), and LA3 (port 3). There is a power
(PWR) indicator on the front of the unit to validate that the unit is turned ON.
Fig 2.2c
The single fiber port on the CSG14 is multi-mode with an SC connector or small
form-factor connector (LC single-mode).
The external DC power plug connector and/or “jack” and the internal DC input
terminal is provided on the rear of the unit.
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CSG14UH / CSG14UP Product Description
The latest technology of SFP fiber transceivers has been integrated into the
Magnum Gb Converter Switch package to produce the Magnum CSG14U Universal
Converter Switch. It can handle any Gb fiber type – multi-mode and single-mode – and
fiber media distance with a selection of Gb SFP fiber transceivers, up to two of which can
be plugged in. It can also handle any 100Mb fiber media type and distance in the same way,
with a selection of 100Mb SFP fiber transceivers that similarly plug in. And, for copper
media attachment, there is a 10/100/1000 auto-negotiating RJ-45 port. Where Gb Ethernet
is in use, the CSG14U converts all media combinations.
The Magnum CSG14U family of Converter Switches have two 1000Mb or
100Mb Fiber ports available to cover the full range of application environments, with
Hardened (factory floor), and Premium-rated (outdoor) versions. Extra features for heavyduty and extended temperature operation ranges are included selectively in the Hardened
factory-floor and Premium-rated outdoor models. This selection of models and fiber port
types offers the best price-to-value ratio for each user and installation. Where a Media
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Converter might have been used, a Converter Switch offers a better value. The compact
package is ideal for network edge installations, and is able to be conveniently mounted to
suit any application.
The Magnum CSG14UH Hardened units are for the office and factory floor
applications. The CSG14UH models are built with high-grade components and are
constructed using special thermal techniques and a metal case for heavy-duty industrial
jobs. In addition to a Hardened AC power option and jack, terminals for internal DC power
choices at 8 to15V, 24V or -48V DC are included. The ambient temperature rating of –25
to 60C is for industrial use. No internal airflow is required for cooling, so it resists dust,
dirt, moisture, smoke and insects. Mounting options include stand-alone panel mounting,
DIN-Rail, or rack-mount tray.
The Magnum CSG14UP Premium-rated units are for temperature un-controlled
applications (-40 to 75C), typically located outdoors. The CSG14UP models are built with
premium-grade extended temperature components, and use similar thermal techniques as
the CSG14UH Hardened units. In addition to a Premium-rated AC power option and jack,
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terminals for internal DC power choices at 8 to15V, 24V or -48V DC are included. When
used outdoors, the CSG14UP should be protected from falling rain. Mounting options
include stand-alone panel mounting, DIN-rail, or rack-mount tray.
The CSG14U series provides switching between one 10/100/1000 autonegotiating copper port and two 100 or 1000Mb fiber ports which are SFP multi-mode or
single-mode. The plug-and-play, energy-efficient, and flavor rich fiber features make this
sleek multi-purpose Switch convenient and cost-effective for the user. The selection of
various temperature ranges enables deployment in various industrial environments. And, it
uses very little space. Providing the combination of Media Converter with Switch, the
CSG14U Series is an ideal choice for edge-of–the-network applications.
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Fig 2.2.2a
CSG14UH with two SFP slots
Fig 2.2b
The ORANGE labeled Magnum CSG14UH hardened units (as
shown in Fig 2.2.2a) are designed for office and wiring closet
environments and factory floor/Industrial applications. Using
special thermal techniques and a sealed rugged metal case for
heavy-duty industrial applications no air inflow is required for
cooling, so the CSG14UH resist dust, dirt, moisture, smoke and
insects. Choices of models for external AC or internal DC power are available. Ambient
operating temperature is –25°C to + 60°C depending on the power source used. Storage
temperature rating is –40°C to + 100°C
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Fig 2.2.2b
CSG14UP with two SFP slots
The RED labeled Magnum CSG14UP Series (as shown in Fig.
2.2.2b) are premium rated units suitable for temperature uncontrolled outdoor applications. Specially designed with premiumgrade extended temperature components, the CSG14UP units use
similar thermal techniques to the CSG14UH hardened units for
cooling. Mounting options include panel mounting, DIN-rail, or
rack-mount tray. Choices of models for external AC or internal DC power are available.
Ambient operating temperature is between –40°C to +75°C depending on the power source
used. Storage temperature rating is between –40°C to +100°C.
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The front side of the unit has one twisted-pair 10/100/1000Mb switch port and
two 100 or 1000Mb fiber ports. The RJ-45 port of the CSG14U Series Converter switches
support auto cross (MDIX) operation performing the autocross function under autonegotiation mode only. The CSG14U models are factory configured at Full Duplex.
Two sets of LEDs indicating the operating status of ports are mounted on the top
and front (for extra viewing advantage while rack-mounted). For each port, there are Link
and Activity (LK/ACT) LED’s on the top indicating that the media cables are connected
correctly and showing, by blinking, when there is traffic. The LK/ACT LED’s are
repeated on the front as LA1 (port 1), LA2 (port 2), and LA3 (port 3). There is a power
(PWR) indicator on the front of the unit to validate that the unit is turned ON.
Fig 2.2c
The two fiber ports on the CSG14U are multi-mode or single-mode with a small
form-factor connector (LC multi-mode or LC single-mode).
The external DC power plug connector and/or “jack” and the internal DC input terminal is
provided on the rear of the unit.
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2.3 Frame Buffering and Latency
The Magnum CSG14 Series Converter Switches are store-and-forward switches.
Each frame (or packet) is loaded into the Switch’s memory and inspected before forwarding
can occur. This technique ensures that all forwarded frames are of a valid length and have
the correct CRC, i.e. they are good packets. This eliminates propagation of bad packets,
enabling all of the available bandwidth to be used for valid information.
While other switching technologies such as "cut-through" or "express" impose
minimal frame latency, they will also permit bad frames to propagate out to the Ethernet
segments connected. The "cut-through" technique permits collision fragment frames,
which are a result of late collisions, to be forwarded to add to the network traffic. Since
there is no way to filter frames with a bad CRC (the entire frame must be present in order
for CRC to be calculated), the result of indiscriminate cut-through forwarding is greater
traffic congestion, especially at peak activity. Since collisions and bad packets are more
likely when traffic is heavy, the result of store-and-forward operation is that more
bandwidth is available for good packets when the traffic load is greatest.
To minimize the possibility of dropping frames on congested ports, each
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Magnum CSG14 Series Converter Switch dynamically allocates buffer space from 64Kb
memory pool, ensuring that heavily used ports receive very large buffer space for packet
storage. (Many other switches have their packet buffer storage space divided evenly across
all ports, resulting in a small, fixed number of packets to be stored per port. When the port
buffer fills up, dropped packets result.) This dynamic buffer allocation provides the
capability for the maximum resources of the Magnum CSG14 Series unit to be applied to
all traffic loads, even when the traffic activity is unbalanced across the ports. Since the
traffic on an operating network is constantly varying in packet density per port and in
aggregate density, the Magnum CSG14 Series Converter Switches are constantly adapting
internally to provide maximum network performance with the least dropped packets.
When the Switch detects that its free buffer queue space is low, the Switch sends
industry standard (full-duplex only) PAUSE packets out to the devices sending packets to
cause “flow control”. This tells the sending devices to temporarily stop sending traffic,
which allows a traffic catch-up to occur without dropping packets. Then, normal packet
buffering and processing resumes. This flow-control sequence occurs in a small fraction of
a second and is transparent to an observer. See Section 4.6 for additional details.
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Another feature implemented in Magnum CSG14 Series Converter Switches is a
collision-based flow-control mechanism (when operating at half-duplex only). When the
Switch detects that its free buffer queue space is low, the Switch prevents more frames
from entering by forcing a collision signal on all receiving half-duplex ports in order to stop
incoming traffic.
The latency (the time the frame spends in the Switch before it is sent along or
forwarded to its destination) of the CSG14 Series Converter Switches varies with the portspeed types. The length of the frame is a variable as it is with all store-and-forward
switches. For 10 Mb-to-10 Mb or 10 Mb-to-100Mb or 100Mb-to-10 Mb forwarding, the
latency is 15 microseconds plus the packet time at 10 Mb. For 100Mb-to-100Mb
forwarding, the latency is 5 microseconds plus the packet time at 100Mb.
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2.4 Features and Benefits
„ Full 1000Mb, 100Mb or 10 Mb switching services for high performance
Ethernet LANs
Magnum CSG14 Series Switches provide Fast Ethernet switching on all
ports. They perform high-speed filter/forward operations on the traffic,
giving each port’s segment a full 1000Mb, 100Mb or 10 Mb of bandwidth.
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Reduces Network Costs and provide economical solution
Magnum CSG14 Series Switches offer the ideal solution to efficiently and
inexpensively connect a Twisted Pair and fiber network with 10Mb, 100Mb
or 1000Mb and help to expand the Ethernet network in a very convenient
and economical way.
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Choice of 10, 100 or 1000Mb Fiber option, more efficient than media
converter
Designed as a multi-purpose media converter and Switch, the 10, 100 or
1000Mb fiber port allows the user to convert the media from copper to fiber
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and the other RJ-45 port can be used as diagnostic port or for more
connectivity.
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Installation is “Plug and Play”, operation is transparent to software
The Magnum CSG14 Series Switches operate as hardware switches, only
forwarding those packets from each domain that are needed on the other
domains. Internal address tables are self-learning, enabling users to change
port connections or 10/100/1000 domains without affecting operations.
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Two sets of LEDs for viewing status from any angle.
Each CSG14 Series Converter Switch is equipped with two sets (front and
top) of LEDs to provide status information when viewed at almost any angle
or mounting arrangement whether rack (MC14- Tray) or wall-mounted.
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Rugged metal case, Industrial grade
CSG14 Series have a robust design and are packaged in a rugged sheet metal
enclosure to ensure high reliability and durability even when placed in
industrial or outdoor applications.
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Qualified to use for temperature un-controlled “outdoor” application
The Magnum CSG14P Premium rated versions of Converter Switches have
an ambient temperature rating between –40C to +75C for DC models and
qualify for temperature un-controlled “outdoor” application.
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Efficient Compact design, for all purpose convenient mounting
Featuring a compact aluminum case with an external AC and internal DC
power supply, Magnum CSG14 Series of Converter Switches can be
installed in small spaces in cabinets, on table tops, in racks, wall or DIN rail
mounted and in trays such as the Magnum MC14-TRAY.
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MDIX ports to eliminate cross-over cable while cascading
All the Magnum CSG14 Series Switches are featured with MDIX (autocross), which easily allow cascading with other Switch Hubs or media
converters, without using the cross-over cable.
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2.5 Applications for CSG14 Series Converter Switches
Enriched with the two tier “O-R” hardness rating flavors (Orange –“Hardened”,
Red- “Premium rated (outdoor)”), the multifunctional, multi-media and multienvironmental, Magnum CSG14 Series Converter Switches fit very well in almost any
environment enabling users to scale their networks quickly and cost effectively. The edgeof-the-network connectivity solutions offered by Magnum Converter Switches are focused
on providing easier, more economical and ultra-reliable industrial application products.
The compactly designed Magnum CSG14 Series act as very useful tools in the modern life
of fast expanding network requirements. The Triple-Speed and Dual-media functions
support a mixed environment of 10 Mbps, 100Mbps and 1000Mbps users with copper and
fiber media. The up-link choice of 10, 100 or 1000Mb fiber on Port# 1 enables easy
expansion for the on-going demand of Ethernet networks. The 10/100/1000Mbps autonegotiating copper ports together with the 10, 100 or 1000Mbps fiber port choices and the
availability the industry standard fiber connectors, enable easy interfacing with existing
cable plant and equipment. The Magnum CSG14Ps fit very well in high temperature
locations experiencing a need to scale the LAN quickly and cost effectively. The CSG14Ps
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provide a very economical high bandwidth solution at each cable user access point of
copper, and also easily solve long distance requirements. The ruggedness of the CSG14P’s
aluminum case and the high reliability of the design compliment the temperature-controlled
packaging to provide an exceptional Ethernet product.
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Example 1: In this example, the indoor office location is a Data Mining function with an
ongoing demand to grow the network. This need can be easily met using the economical
Magnum CSG14 Converter Switch. Additional functionality includes the ability to transfer
data across large distances with multi- or single–mode fiber while securing the LAN from
EMI and wire-tapping.
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Example 2: In this application, where in expanding an industrial network environment, the
new PLC units are deployed on an existing network and each needs one (or two for
redundancy) Ethernet ports to carry status and control data to the control center the
hardened version of Magnum CSG14H is typically used. . The Fiber port on the converter
switches is ideal for secure data communications over long distances that may be
encountered in this edge of network application. Built with high-grade components,
efficient cooling techniques and having no openings for dirt to enter, the CSG14 Series
Converter Switches provide the very effective solution for this need.
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Example 3: In this example, the Magnum CSG14P Premium Converter Switches are
deployed to serve as a secure corporate or transportation surveillance system. CCTV
cameras may be spread out over many miles in temperature un-controlled locations and
with pan, tilt and zoom (PTZ) controlled through an Ethernet copper port .The premium
Converter Switches are ideally suited to providing copper to fiber media conversion for
secure long distance (2-70km) communication while being installed in temperature uncontrolled cabinets and allowing a full range of AC and DC power options. The second
copper port at the remote location provides access for other Ethernet equipment such as
motion detectors or will act as a test port for maintenance personnel with up-link for access
to a central LAN and central file servers.
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Example 4: CSG14U “Drop & Add”
capability
In this example, Magnum CSG14U
Converter Switches form a gigabit
backbone LAN with a “Drop & Add”
capability that enables connecting many
disparate devices in a fiber-media string,
covering even very long distances (for
example, a pipeline). Such designs are
easily extended or expanded as conditions
and devices needing network attachment
change over time.
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INSTALLATION
This section describes the installation of the Magnum CSG14 Series Converter
Switches, including location;
mountings and power supply
options and media connection.
3.1 Locating the Converter
Switch Unit
All the CSG14
Series Switches operate in
transparent half-and fullduplex mode. The store and
forward switch easily takes
care of network traffic and can
be used as a useful,
economical tool to expand an
existing network.
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The compact and lightweight design of the Magnum CSG14 Series allows it to be
easily installed in almost any location. A Velcro strip may be used for mounting the unit
on a vertical surface such as a wall or cabinet, or for securing the unit on a table-top or
shelf. Alternatively, metal mounting clips and screws are included for a rugged and secure
mounting in any orientation.
Installation of the Magnum CSG14 Series Converter Switches is a simple
procedure. The installation location is dependent upon the physical layout of the Ethernet
network and associated cabling. Make sure the unit is installed in a location that is easily
accessible to an AC power outlet or the appropriate DC source and where cooling is not
inhibited. The green Power (PWR) LED must turn ON when power is applied.
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3.2 MC14-TRAY for Rack Mounting of CSG14 Series Switches
For 19” rack-mounting of Magnum CSG14 Series Converter Switches, a rackmount tray is available, the MC14-TRAY. The Converter Switches are mounted with the
DC power jack in the back, with the fiber and the RJ-45 connectors in the front. Any mix
of the Converter Switches and/or Media Converters may be placed on a tray, up to a
maximum of 16 units. (The
mounting spaces of the MC14TRAY are specific to the
Magnum products and will not
permit other models to be
properly mounted).
In a typical
installation, the MC14-TRAY,
19” rack-mount tray will hold
a few (three to eight) CSG14
Series Converter Switches,
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with their power supplies plugged into power strips (not included) in the rear area of the
tray. Metal mounting screws in the bottom-front hold the Converter Switches firmly in
place. The beveled-top edge of the units permits the LEDs of each unit to be viewed for
operational status, even when the units are very close together.
3.3 MC14-TR+PS9 and MC14TR+PS9X2 for Rack Mounting
The MC14-TR+ PS9 and
MC14-TR+PS9X2 are other options
for rack mounting the mix of
Magnum 10Mbps, 100Mbps and
1000Mbps Converter Switches and
Media Converters together in a 19”
rack-mount tray. These models
come with a built-in common
universal AC power supply rated at
55 watts at 50°C ambient, 9 VDC
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regulated output, and supporting up to 10 Switches for MC14-TR+PS9 and 16 units CSG14
Series for MC14-TR+PS9X2. The MC14-TR+PS9X2 Model has two groups of eight units
per power supply. The power supplies have auto-ranging AC input for use worldwide.
The side-view below is an example of an installation of the model MC14TR+PS9, 19” rack-mount tray, holding a few Converter Switches, each with their power
input plugged into the built-in common AC power supply in the rear area of the tray. (PS
units that come with the MC’s are not used).
Metal mounting screws in the bottom-front hold each of the media converters
securing them in the tray and enabling separate removal for service. The dual LEDs permit
viewing of Switch status from any angle.
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3.4 DIN-Rail mounting option
The Magnum CSG14HR and
CSG14PR Converter Switches, designed for use
in “Factory Floor” Industrial Ethernet
environments, are also available for DIN-Rail
mounting in an enclosure having DIN Rails.
A Magnum CSG14H is shown
alongside the DIN-Rail-MC2 bracket
The metal DIN-Rail mounting hardware is optional and needs to be ordered as a
separate item, e.g. Model #DIN-RAIL-MC2.
It comes with four screws to attach the bracket to the MC unit. The Magnum
CSG14 models with “HR” have 24VDC power, and have the DIN-Rail-MC2 bracket
included and assembled with the MC unit at the factory.
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3.5 Power Requirements for CSG14 Series Switches
Magnum CSG14 Series Switches are power-efficient and can work with an
external AC power supply. Magnum CSG14 Series require a 12VDC input power supply.
The extended temperature (H and P) versions are used for heavy-duty industrial
applications.
The 12V DC power input has a plug of 2.5mm, center +ve , with 6 ft. cord. All
the AC power supply info detail is provided in Technical Specifications Section 1.1.
The CSG14 Series are designed to be used with UL listed Class II power
supplies. The CSG14H and CSG14P converter switches provide reliable operation,
withstand higher temperature environments, and provide the DC power choices to the user
to deploy in uncontrolled temperature environments.
12VDC
24VDC
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The Direct DC (Internal) 12V DC (8 – 15V DC) has a built-in terminal block for
+, -, ground. The 9V DC jack is also present. Detailed information about the 12 VDC, the
24V DC and the –48V DC is provided in the Technical Specifications Section 1.1.
Various models of DC power type and extended ambient temperature power supplies are
available. Specify the power supply needed on your order.
Note: When connected to a -48 V centralized dc source these products are to be installed
only in Restricted Access Areas (dedicated equipment rooms, electrical closets or the like).
3.6 Powering the CSG14 with 12V, 24V or –48VDC power input
Each Magnum CSG14H/CSG14P-Series is reliably equipped with an internal DC
power supply, and has built-in screw terminals for secure attachment of the power leads.
Three models support a range of power input types. The three model choices are for use
with 12VDC, 24VDC or -48VDC power. DC power input may be chosen for highavailability.
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The extended temperature capability
of the DC-powered CSG14P’s can go into
temperature uncontrolled environments, rated at
–40`C to +75`C. If indoors, the DC jack is also
present and optionally can be used with an
external AC power supply.
DC Power Terminals: “+”, “-”, gnd
GND: Terminal for “earth” or ground wire
connection to the CSG14H chassis
Input Voltage:
8 - 15V DC (12V DC)
18 – 36V DC (24V DC)
36 – 60V DC (-48V DC)
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0.8 amp.(12V DC)
0.4 amp max.(24V DC)
0.2 amp max.(-48V DC)
Power Consumption: 4 watts typical, 5 watts max.
3.7 CSG14 Series, DC-powered, -48, 24 and
12VDC Installation
This section describes the proper
connection of the -48VDC leads (or 24VDC,
12VDC leads) to the DC power terminal block
on the Magnum CSG14H hardened media
converter (as shown in Figure). The DC
terminal block on the Magnum CSG14H is
located on the left side of the unit and is
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equipped with three (3) screw-down lead posts. The power terminals are identified as
positive (+) and negative (-), and they are floating inside the unit so that the user if desired
may ground either of the terminals. The chassis is “earth” or ground (GND).
The connection procedure is straightforward. Simply insert the DC leads to the
CSG14H’s power terminals, positive (+) and negative (-) screws. The use of Ground
(GND) optional; it connects to the CSG14H chassis. Ensure that each lead is securely
tightened from the top, as shown here.
NOTE: Always use a voltmeter to measure the voltage of the incoming power supply
and figure out the +ve potential lead or -ve potential lead. The more +ve potential lead
will connect to the post-labeled “+ve” and the rest to the “-ve”.
The GND can be hooked up at the last.
When power is applied, the green PWR LED will illuminate.
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3.8 Connecting Ethernet Media
The Magnum CSG14 Series Converter Switch can be connected to two media
types i.e. fiber and copper (RJ-45) types, run at 1000BASE-T, 100BASE-TX, 10BASE-T
and 1000BASE-SX/LX/ZX, 100BASE-FX, or 10BASE-FL. CAT 5E cables should be
used when making 1000BASE-T connections. When the ports are used as 10BASE-T ports,
CAT 3 may be used. In either case, the maximum distance for unshielded twisted pair
cabling is 100 meters (328 ft). For fiber port 10BASE-FL, 100BASE-FX or 1000BASE-SX
multi-mode, 50/125 or 62.5/125 microns cabling can be used, whereas for single-mode,
9/125 microns cabling should be used. Fiber cabling supports much longer cable distance
and higher bandwidths as compared to copper wiring.
Media
Twisted Pair (CAT 3 or 5)
Twisted Pair (CAT 5)
Twisted pair (CAT5E or CAT6)
Fiber (Multi-mode)
IEEE Standard
10BASE-T
100BASE-TX
1000BASE-T
10BASE-FL
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Fiber (Multi-mode)
100BASE-FX
SC
Fiber (Single-mode)
100BASE-FX
SC, LC
Fiber (Multi-mode, Single-mode)
1000BASE-SX
SC, LC
Fiber (Single-mode)
1000BASE-LX/ZX
LC
NOTE : It is recommended that high quality CAT 5E or CAT 6 cables (which work for
10Mbps, 100Mbps and 1000Mbps) be used whenever possible in order to provide
flexibility in a mixed-speed network, since CSG14 Series switch ports are autosensing for either 10,100 or 1000Mbps. Note that the auto-cross function does
not operate, if the port is fixed or not supporting auto-negotiation.
3.8.1
Connecting Twisted Pair (RJ-45, CAT 3, CAT 5 or CAT 6, Unshielded or
Shielded)
The following procedure describes how to connect a 10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX
or 1000BASE-T twisted pair segment to the RJ-45 port. The procedure is the same for both
unshielded and shielded twisted pair cables.
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2.
3.
4.
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Using standard twisted pair media, insert either end of the cable with a RJ-45 plug
into the RJ-45 connector of the port. Note that, even though the connector is
shielded, either unshielded or shielded cables and wiring may be used.
Connect the other end of the cable to the corresponding device.
Use the LINK LED to ensure proper connectivity by noting that the LED will be
illuminated when the unit is powered and proper connection is established. If this
does not help, ensure that the cable is connected properly and that the device on the
other end is powered and is not defective.
For Port # 1 or 1SW, if the LINK LED is not illuminated, move the switch which
has a cross-over or up-link for linking to another hub or Switch.
Connecting Fiber Optic LC-type, “Small Form factor (SFF)”
The following procedure applies to installations using LC-type fiber connectors,
i.e., using LC single-mode. While connecting fiber media to LC connectors,
simply snap on the two square male connectors into the LC female jacks of the
Fiber connector until it clicks and secures.
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3.8.3
Connecting Fiber Optic SC-type, "Snap-In"
The following procedure applies to installations using SC-type fiber connectors,
i.e., using multi-mode SC. While connecting fiber media to SC connectors,
simply snap on the two square male connectors into the SC female jacks of the
Fiber connector until it clicks and secures.
3.8.4
Installing LC-type SFP module,“Small Form Pluggable (SFP)”
Grasp the SFP module by your thumb and forefinger. Insert the SFP into the SFP
slot. Apply a light pressure to the SFP until the device clicks and locks into
position. Now connect your LC connectors.
3.8.5
Connecting Single-Mode Fiber Optic
When using single-mode fiber cable, be sure to use single-mode fiber port
connectors. Single-mode fiber cable has a smaller diameter than multi-mode
fiber cable (9/125 microns for single-mode, 50/125 or 62.5/125 microns for
multi-mode where xx/xx are the diameters of the core and the core plus the
cladding respectively). Single-mode fiber allows full bandwidth at longer
distances, about 70km with the single-mode LC.
The same procedures as for single-mode fiber apply to multi-mode fiber
connectors. Follow the steps listed in Section 3.8.3 above.
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Power Budget Calculations for CSG14 Series, Fiber Media
Receiver Sensitivity and Transmitter Power are the parameters necessary to
compute the power budget. To calculate the power budget of different fiber media
installations using Magnum products, the following equations should be used:
OPB (Optical Power Budget) = PT(min) - PR(min)
where PT = Transmitter Output Power, and PR = Receiver Sensitivity
Worst case OPB = OPB - 1dB(for LED aging) - 1dB(for insertion loss)
Worst case distance = {Worst case OPB, in dB} / [Cable Loss, in dB/Km]
where the “Cable Loss” for 62.5/125 and 50/125μm (m.m.) is 2.8 dB/km,
and the “Cable Loss” for 100/140 (Multi-mode) is 3.3 dB/km,
and the “Cable Loss” for 9/125 (Single-mode) is 0.5 dB/km
The following data has been collected from component manufacturer’s (HP’s, and
Siemens’) web sites and catalogs to provide guidance to network designers and installers
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Port
Module
CSG14SX
Speed,
Std.
Mode
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Std. km Wavel Cable X’mitr R’cvr Worst Worst* typical typical*
fdx ength Size Output Sens. OPB, distance OPB, distance
(hdx) nm
dB Km, fdx
μm PT , dB PR ,dB dB Km, fdx
1000Mb Multimode 0.55
SX
850 62.5/125
50/125
-9.5
-17
5.5
2
12.5
4
1000Mb Single
-mode
LX
10
1310
9/125
-9.5
-20
8.5
17
10.5
21
CSG14LX25
1000Mb Single
-mode
LX
25
1310
9/125
-4.0
-21
15
37.5
17.5
43
CSG14ZX40
1000Mb Single
-mode
ZX
40
1550
9/125
-4.0
-21
15
60
17.5
70
1000Mb Single
-mode
ZX
70
1550
9/125
-3.0
-23
18
90
20.5
102
CSG14LX10
CSG14ZX70
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* Note: The use of either multi-mode or single-mode fiber to operate at 1000Mbps speed
over long distances (i.e., over approx. 400 meters) can be achieved only if the following
factors are both applied:
•
The 1000Mb fiber segment must operate in full-duplex (FDX) mode, and
•
The worst-case OPB of the fiber link must be greater than the fiber cable’s
passive Attenuation.
(Attenuation = Cable loss + LED aging loss + Insertion loss + safety factor)
3.8.7
Connections to NICs which support Auto-Negotiation
The copper ports of Magnum CSG14 Series Converter Switches will function
properly with NICs (Network Interface Cards) which support Auto-Negotiation, and the
Fast Link Pulse (FLP) coding for the 1000BASE-T signaling system. When connecting a
NIC to the CSG14 Series, it may be necessary to reload the NIC drivers on the user device
if the NIC has been communicating with a protocol other than 1000BASE-T (such as
100BASE-TX). When 1000Mb operation is agreed and in use, the Gb LED is illuminated
steady ON and is OFF, for 10 or 100Mbps traffic.
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OPERATION
4.1 Triple-Speed Functionality, and Switching
The Magnum CSG14 Series Converter Switches provide three switched ports.
The architecture supports a triple speed-switching environment, with standard autonegotiation capability.
The switched RJ-45 ports are full- or half-duplex auto-sensing for mode and
speed, and auto cross for plug polarity. (See Section 2.2). When the connected device is 10
Mbps, the CSG14s obey all the rules of 10 Mbps Ethernet configurations. The 10 Mbps
users can “communicate” with 100Mbps users as well as other 10 Mbps users through the
switch. Similarly, the 100Mbps traffic obeys the rules of 100Mbps Ethernet, and can
communicate with 10 Mb and 100Mb users.
Magnum CSG14 Series units are plug-and-play devices. There is no software
configuring to be done at installation or for maintenance. The only hardware configuration
settings are user options for port #2, to configure it FF/AN. The internal functions of both
are described below.
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Switching, Filtering and Forwarding
Each time a packet arrives on one of the switched ports, the decision is taken to
either filter or to forward the packet. Packets whose source and destination addresses lie on
the same port segment, will be filtered, constraining them to one port and relieving the rest
of the network from processing them. A packet whose destination address is on another
port segment will be forwarded to the appropriate port, and will not be sent to the other
ports where it is not needed. Packets needed for maintaining the operation of the network
(such as occasional multi-cast packets) are forwarded to all ports. The Magnum CSG14
Series Converter Switches operate in the store-and-forward switching mode, which
eliminates bad packets and enables peak performance to be achieved when there is heavy
traffic on the network.
Switching, Address Learning
The Magnum CSG14 Series units have address table capacity of 1K node
addresses, and are suitable for use in large networks. They are self-learning, so that as
nodes are added or removed or moved from one segment to another, the CSG14 Series
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switch automatically keeps up with node locations.
An address-aging algorithm causes least-used addresses to fall out in favor of new
frequently used addresses. To reset the address buffer, cycle power down-and-up.
4.2 Auto-cross (MDIX), Auto-negotiation and Speed-sensing
The RJ-45 ports support auto cross (MDI or MDIX) in the auto-negotiation
mode according to the IEEE 802.3z standard. No crossover cables are needed when
connecting the CSG14’s to other unmanaged switches, legacy hubs, managed switches,
media-converters etc. Please note that there can be conditions with managed switches
where the switch manager fixes the port settings via software, and the result of the autonegotiation is changed in the managed switch by the manager commands. In such cases,
the 10/100/1000 speed or the F/H mode may be affected, but auto-cross in the CSG14
Switches will still work. The auto cross function cannot be disabled.
When an RJ-45 cable connection is made, and each time LINK is enabled,
auto-negotiation takes place (except for legacy products, which do not have autonegotiation and which go to the default state accordingly). The Magnum Switch
advertises its capability for 10, 100 or 1000Mbps speed and F/H duplex mode, and the
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device at the other end of the cable should similarly advertise / respond. Both sides will
agree to the speed and mode to be used per the IEEE 802.3z standard. Depending upon
the devices connected, this will result in agreement to operate at 10Mbps, 100Mbps or
1000Mbps speed, and full- or half-duplex mode.
4.3 Dual LEDs, Top-front and in End with ports
LED
Description
PWR
Illuminates GREEN to indicate power applied.
LK/ ACT Steady ON for LINK w/no traffic, blinking for activity per port. LINK will
turn off in the event connectivity is lost between the ends of the twisted pair
segment or a loss of power occurs in the unit or remote device. The Link ports
are also represented by LA1, LA2, and LA3. (Steady On or steady Off
indicates no Receive Activity).
Gb
Steady ON for 1000Mb speed, OFF for 100Mb or 10Mb speed per port
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TROUBLESHOOTING
All Magnum products are designed to provide reliability and consistently high
performance in all network environments. The installation of Magnum CSG14 Series
10/100/1000 Mb/s Switches is a straightforward procedure (see INSTALLATION, Section
3.0); the operation is also straightforward and is discussed in Section 4.
Should problems develop during installation or operation, this section is intended
to help locate, identify and correct these types of problems. Please follow the suggestions
listed below prior to contacting your supplier. However, if you are unsure of the
procedures described in this section or if the Magnum CSG14 Series 10/100/1000 Mb/s
Switch is not performing as expected, do not attempt to repair the unit; instead contact your
supplier for assistance or contact GarrettCom Customer Support.
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5.1 Before Calling for Assistance
1.
If difficulty is encountered when installing or operating the unit, refer back
to the Installation Section of the applicable chapter of this manual. Also
check to make sure that the various components of the network are
interoperable.
2.
Check the cables and connectors to ensure that they have been properly
connected and the cables/wires have not been crimped or in some way
impaired during installation. (About 90% of network downtime can be
attributed to wiring and connector problems.)
3.
Make sure that an AC power cord is properly attached to each Magnum
CSG14 Series unit. Be certain that the AC power cord is plugged
into a functioning electrical outlet. Use the PWR LEDs to verify each unit is
receiving power.
4.
If the problem is isolated to a network device other than the Magnum
CSG14 Series 10/100/1000 Mb/s switch product, it is recommended that
the problem device is replaced with a known good device. Verify whether or
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not the problem is corrected. If not, go to Step 5 below. If the problem is
corrected, the Magnum CSG14 Series Switch and its associated
cables are functioning properly.
If the problem continues after completing Step 4 above, contact your supplier
of the Magnum CSG14 Series 10/100/1000 Mb/s Switch unit or if
unknown, contact GarrettCom, Inc by fax, phone or email
([email protected]) for assistance.
5.
5.2 When Calling for Assistance
Please be prepared to provide the following information.
1.
A complete description of the problem, including the following points:
a.
b.
c.
d.
The nature and duration of the problem;
Situations when the problem occurs;
The components involved in the problem;
Any particular application that, when used, appears to create the problem;
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2.
An accurate list of GarrettCom product model(s)involved, with serial number(s).
Include the date(s) that you purchased the products from your supplier.
3.
It is useful to include other network equipment models and related hardware,
including convenient computers, workstations, terminals and printers; plus, the
various network media types being used.
4.
A record of changes that have been made to your network configuration prior
to the occurrence of the problem. Any changes to system administration
procedures should all be noted in this record.
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5.3 Return Material Authorization (RMA) Procedure
All returns for repair must be accompanied by a Return Material Authorization
(RMA) number. To obtain an RMA number, please use this URL https://rma.garrettcom.com/rma/rma_request_noaccount.php to fill out the form.
Please have the following information readily available:
Name and phone number of your contact person.
Name of your company / institution
Your shipping address
Product name
Serial Number (or Invoice Number)
Packing List Number (or Sales Order Number)
Date of installation
Failure symptoms, including a full description of the problem.
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GarrettCom will carefully test and evaluate all returned products, will repair products that
are under warranty at no charge, and will return the warranty-repaired units to the sender
with shipping charges prepaid (see Warranty Information, Appendix A, for complete
details). However, if GarrettCom cannot duplicate the problem or condition causing the
return, the unit will be returned as:
No Problem Found.
GarrettCom reserves the right to charge for the testing of non-defective units
under warranty. Testing and repair of product that is not under warranty will result in a
customer (user) charge.
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5.4 Shipping and Packaging Information
Should you need to ship the unit back to GarrettCom, please follow these instructions:
1. Package the unit carefully. It is recommended that you use the original
container if available. Units should be wrapped in a "bubble-wrap" plastic sheet
or bag for shipping protection. (You may retain all connectors and this
Installation Guide.)
CAUTION: Do not pack the unit in Styrofoam "popcorn" type packing material.
This material may cause electro-static shock damage to the unit.
2. Clearly mark the Return Material Authorization (RMA) number on the
outside of the shipping container.
3. GarrettCom is not responsible for your return shipping charges.
4. Ship the package to:
GarrettCom, Inc.
47823 Westinghouse Drive
Fremont, CA 94539
Attn.: Customer Service
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APPENDIX A: WARRANTY INFORMATION
GarrettCom, Inc. warrants its products to be free from defects in materials and
workmanship for a period of three (3) years from the date of shipment by GarrettCom.
During this warranty period, GarrettCom will repair or, at its option, replace components in
the products that prove to be defective at no charge other than shipping and handling,
provided that the product is returned pre-paid to GarrettCom.
This warranty will not be effective if, in the opinion of GarrettCom, GarrettCom
has damaged by misuse, misapplication, or as a result of service or modification other than
the product. GarrettCom reserves the right to make a charge for handling and inspecting
any product returned for warranty repair which turns out not to be faulty.
Please complete the warranty card as this acts as a product registration, and mail
it to GarrettCom within two weeks of your purchase.
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