User Manual
Industrial Ethernet
Switches and Fiber
Converter
Contents at a Glance:
Section 1
General Information
Page 3
Section 2
LED Indicators
Page 4
Section 3
Installation
Page 5
Section 4
Power Wiring
Page 6
Section 5
Ethernet Wiring
Page 7
Section 6
Switching Features
Page 9
Section 7
Technical Specifications
Page 11
Section 8
Service Information
Page 13
Applicable standards and certifications:
Total Quality
Hazardous Locations
Standard Locations
European Directives
Marine & Offshore
US Emissions
This manual applies to the following products:
ET-GT-3ES-2xx or -3xx
ET-GT-5ES-1, -2xx, -3xx, -4xx, or -5xx
ET-GT-9ES-1, -2xx or -3xx
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SIXNET Protected Technology Policy:
SIXNET protects your investment in SIXNET systems with long-term planned technology and our unique Protected Technology
Policy. We will continue to support the specified capabilities of standard SIXNET products for at least five years. We plan each
product improvement and new feature to be upward compatible with existing designs and installations. Our goals are to make each
new software release bring new power to your SIXNET systems and have every existing feature, applications program and data
file continue to work. We protect your investment even further with a liberal five-year trade-in policy. Exchange standard
products for upgraded versions of the same product to take advantage of new features and performance improvements at any time
for five years. A prorated trade-in allowance will be given for your existing equipment. SIXNET protects your long-term
productivity with state-of-the-art planned technology and continued support.
SIXNET Statement of Limited Warranty:
SIXNET LLC, manufacturer of SIXNET products, warrants to Buyer that products, except software, manufactured by SIXNET
will be free from defects in material and workmanship. SIXNET' obligation under this warranty will be limited to repairing or
replacing, at SIXNET' option, the defective parts within one year of the date of installation, or within 18 months of the date of
shipment from the point of manufacture, whichever is sooner. Products may be returned by Buyer only after permission has been
obtained from SIXNET. Buyer will prepay all freight charges to return any products to the repair facility designated by SIXNET.
This limited warranty does not cover losses or damages which occur in shipment to or from Buyer or due to improper installation,
maintenance, misuse, neglect or any cause other than ordinary commercial or industrial applications. In particular, SIXNET makes
no warranties whatsoever with respect to implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose. All such
warranties are hereby expressly disclaimed. No oral or written information or advice given by SIXNET or SIXNET’s
representative shall create a warranty or in any way increase the scope of this warranty. This limited warranty is in lieu of all other
warranties whether oral or written, expressed or implied. SIXNET's liability shall not exceed the price of the individual units,
which are the basis of the claim. In no event shall SIXNET be liable for any loss of profits, loss of use of facilities or equipment,
or other indirect, incidental or consequential damages.
INSTALLATION AND HAZARDOUS AREA WARNINGS:
These products should not be used to replace proper safety interlocking. No software-based device (or any other solid-state
device) should ever be designed to be responsible for the maintenance of consequential equipment or personnel safety. In
particular, SIXNET disclaims any responsibility for damages, either direct or consequential, that result from the use of this
equipment in any application.
All power, input and output (I/O) wiring must be in accordance with Class I, Division 2 wiring methods and in accordance with
the authority having jurisdiction.
WARNING (EXPLOSION HAZARD) -
SUBSTITUTION OF COMPONENTS MAY IMPAIR SUITABILITY FOR
CLASS 1, DIVISION 2.
WARNING (EXPLOSION HAZARD) -
WHEN IN HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS, DISCONNECT POWER BEFORE
REPLACING OR WIRING UNITS.
WARNING (EXPLOSION HAZARD) -
DO NOT DISCONNECT EQUIPMENT UNLESS POWER HAS BEEN
SWITCHED OFF OR THE AREA IS KNOWN TO BE NONHAZARDOUS.
FCC Statement:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC
Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not
occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna; Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver;
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected; Consult the dealer or an
experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Copyright & Trademarks:
Copyright © SIXNET, All Rights Reserved. EtherTRAK is a registered trademark of SIXNET.
Note: All information in this document is subject to change without notice.
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Section 1
Overview
General Information
This manual will help you install and maintain the EtherTRAK Industrial Ethernet Switches and
Fiber Converter. These products are extremely easy to install and operate because little or no user
configuration is required. Once the Ethernet connections are made and the unit is powered up it
will immediately begin to operate.
Note: The Fiber Converter incorporates the same Layer 2 Ethernet switch technology as all the
other ET-GT-#ES products. Throughout this manual, any mention of Ethernet Switches also
applies to the Fiber Converter unless specifically noted otherwise.
Operation
Unlike an Ethernet hub that broadcasts all messages out all ports, the EtherTRAK Industrial
Ethernet Switches will intelligently route Ethernet messages only out the appropriate port. The
major benefits of this are increased bandwidth and speed, reduction or elimination of message
collisions, and deterministic performance when tied with real-time systems.
The EtherTRAK Industrial Ethernet Switches support both 10BaseT (10 Mbps) and 100BaseTx
(100 Mbps) on their RJ45 ports. Each of these ports will independently auto-sense the speed,
allowing you to interface to regular or fast Ethernet devices. Some models also have 100BaseFX
(100 Mbps) fiber optic port(s).
Refer to Section 6 for more information on Industrial Ethernet Switch operation and features.
Performance
Specifications
These general specifications apply to the EtherTRAK Industrial Ethernet Switches. Refer to
Section 7 for complete technical specifications.
Ports (models vary)
Required Voltage
Ethernet Standards
Ethernet Protocols
Speed Per Port
Ethernet Isolation
Operating Temp.
Humidity
Screw Terminals
Standards
and Safety
10/100BaseT(x) (Shielded RJ45), 100BaseFX (SC or ST connectors)
10 - 30 VDC (see Section 7 for power consumption for each model)
IEEE 802.3 (10BaseT), 802.3u (100BaseTX), 802.3x (Full Duplex)
All standard IEEE 802.3 protocols supported
RJ45: 10 Mbps (half duplex) or 200 Mbps (full duplex)
Fiber: 100 Mbps (half duplex) or 200 Mbps (full duplex)
1500 Volts RMS (for 1 minute)
-40 to 85 °C
5 to 95% (non-condensing)
14 AWG max. (tighten to 3.48 in-lbs. max.) (non-removable terminals on
the models ET-GT-5ES-1,-4xx,-5xx and ET-GT-9ES-xxx)
12 AWG max. (tighten to 5.3 in-lbs. max.) (removable terminals on the
models ET-GT-3ES-xxx and ET-GT-5ES-2xx, -3xx)
The EtherTRAK Industrial Ethernet Switch meets the following standards:
Electrical safety - UL 508, CSA C22/14; EN61010-1 (IEC1010)
EMI emissions - FCC part 15, ICES 003, EN55022; Class B
EMC immunity – EN61326-1 (EN61000-4--2, 3, 4, 5 and 6)
Hazardous locations – UL 1604, CSA C22.2/213 (Class 1, Div. 2), Groups A, B, C, D;
Cenelec EN50021 (Zone 2) EEx nA II T4 X (-40°C ≤ Ta ≤ +85°C)
Install the EtherTRAK Industrial Ethernet Switch in accordance with local and
national electrical codes.
Lightning Danger: Do not work on equipment during periods of lightning activity.
Do not connect a telephone line into one of the Ethernet RJ45 connectors.
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Section 2
Overview
LED Indicators
The EtherTRAK Industrial Ethernet Switches have communication LEDs for each port and a power
LED. Refer to the pictures below for the typical location of these LEDs. The exact location of these
LEDs may vary between the different models.
ET-GT-3ES-2SC, -2ST, -3SC or -3ST
ET-GT-5ES-1
ET-GT-9ES-1
ET-GT-5ES-4SC, -4ST, -5SC or -5ST
ET-GT-5ES-2SC, -2ST, -3SC or -3ST
ET-GT-9ES-2SC, -2ST, -3SC or -3ST
Power LED
This LED will be on solid when proper power has been applied to the unit.
ACT / LNK
LEDs
The activity (ACT) and link (LNK) indication is combined into one LED (labeled “ACT/LNK” or
“A”) on the EtherTRAK Industrial Ethernet Switches. There is one of these LEDs per port.
OFF – This would indicate that there is not a proper Ethernet connection (Link) between the port
and another Ethernet device. Make sure the proper cable type is in use and that it has been plugged
securely into the ports at both ends. See section 5 for proper Ethernet cabling.
ON Solid (not flashing) – This would indicate that there is a proper Ethernet connection
(Link) between the port and another Ethernet device, but no communications activity is detected.
Flashing - This would indicate that there is a proper Ethernet connection (Link) between the port
and another Ethernet device, and that there is communications activity.
10 / 100
LEDs
This LED indicates what speed of communications is detected on the port. There is one of these
LEDs per RJ45 port and it is labeled “S”. (The fiber optic port does not have one of these LEDs
because its speed is fixed at 100 Mbps.) (Mbps = Megabits per Second)
OFF – A 10 Mbps (10BaseT) connection is detected.
ON – A 100 Mbps (100BaseTx) connection is detected.
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Section 3
Overview
Installation
All EtherTRAK Industrial Ethernet Switches share the same footprint and can be snapped onto a
standard DIN rail (EN50022) or screwed directly to a flat panel. Refer to the mechanical drawing
below. Note: The Ethernet connections for the ET-GT-5ES-1 come out the face of the unit. The
Ethernet connections for all other models come out the top. Make sure to allow enough room to
route your Ethernet cables.
ET-GT-3ES-xxx
ET-GT-5ES-1
ET-GT-5ES-2xx
ET-GT-5ES-3xx
ET-GT-5ES-1
ET-GT-9ES-1
ET-GT-5ES-4xx
ET-GT-5ES-5xx
ET-GT-9ES-1
ET-GT-9ES-xxx
ET-GT-5ES-2SC, -2ST, -3SC, -3ST
ET-GT-3ES-2SC, -2ST, -3SC, -3ST
ET-GT-9ES-2SC, -2ST, -3SC, -3ST
ET-GT-5ES-4SC, -4ST, -5SC, -5ST
Ethernet Port Locations
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Section 4
Overview
RM-PS-024-01N
(optional)
Screw Torque
Power Wiring
EtherTRAK Industrial Ethernet Switches can be powered from the same DC source that is used to
power your I/O devices. 10 to 30 VDC needs to be applied to terminals 2 and 3. Refer to the
wiring diagram below. Terminal 1 should be tied to panel or chassis ground.
The RM-PS-024-01 can be used to power your EtherTRAK Industrial Ethernet Switches,
instrumentation loops, and other devices. It operates on 85-264 VAC (47-63 Hz) or 120-370 VDC
and outputs 24 VDC at up to 1 Amp. Refer to its data sheet for details. Refer to the figure below
for the power connections.
The screw terminals should be tightened as follows:
Maximum 3.48 in-lbs (0.4 Nm) (models ET-GT-5ES-1,-4xx,-5xx and ET-GT-9ES-xxx)
Maximum 5.3 in-lbs (0.6 Nm) (models ET-GT-3ES-xxx and ET-GT-5ES-2xx, -3xx)
Maximum 3.48 in-lbs (0.4 Nm)(for the RM-PS-024-01F)
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Section 5
Overview
Ethernet Wiring
The EtherTRAK Industrial Ethernet Switches provides connections to Ethernet devices on the
factory floor. Typically the uplink port or fiber port is used to connect to another Ethernet switch
or hub that is connected to the main Ethernet backbone. The other Ethernet ports are then
connected to Ethernet devices such as PLCs, Ethernet I/O, or industrial computers. Electrical
isolation is provided on the Ethernet ports for increased reliability. Please follow normal
Ethernet wiring practices when installing the EtherTRAK Industrial Ethernet Switch and
Fiber Converter.
Typical EtherTRAK
Industrial Ethernet
Switch Installation
Refer to the SIXNET
On-line Catalog for
More Usage Ideas
RJ45 Wiring
Guidelines
Use data-quality (not voice-quality) twisted pair cable rated category 5 with standard RJ45
connectors. For best performance use shielded cable. Please note that these cables are available as
straight-thru or cross-over configurations. The following is a guide for when to use each type:
STANDARD (MDI-X) *
Cable Type *
UPLINK (MDI) *
Cable Type *
Port connected to
to Use
Port connected to
to Use
PC card
Straight-thru
PC card
Cross-over
Ethernet I/O
Straight-thru
Ethernet I/O
Cross-over
PLC
Straight-thru
PLC
Cross-over
Other Ethernet enabled
Straight-thru
Other Ethernet enabled
Cross-over
devices
devices
Straight-thru
Uplink port on another
Standard port on
Straight-thru
(see note 2)
switch or hub (see note 2)
another switch or hub
* Note 1: Most SIXNET switches have auto-mdi/mdi-x (auto-crossover) ports that will
work with either cable type. See specifications for which models.
** Note 2: Some Ethernet switches and hubs have a settable switch on their Uplink port that
will change how the port is internally wired. Make sure this switch is set in the
“To Hub/Switch (MDI)” position as opposed to the “To PC (MDI-X)” position.
Straight-thru Cable Wiring
Pin 1
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 3
Pin 6
Pin 6
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Cross-over Cable Wiring
Pin 1
Pin 3
Pin 2
Pin 6
Pin 3
Pin 1
Pin 6
Pin 2
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Ethernet
Connector
Pin Positions
Pin
#
MDI-X
Port
1
2
3
6
TX+
TXRX+
RX-
MDI Port
(typical for
uplink)
RX+
RXTX+
TX-
AutoMDI/
MDI-X
TX/RX+
TX/RXRX/TX+
RX/TX-
Ethernet
Device
Port
RX+
RXTX+
TX-
Ethernet
Connector
Pinouts
Cable Distance
The maximum cable length for 10/100BaseT(x) is typically 100 meters (328 ft.).
From
To
Maximum Distance
100 meters (328 feet)
Switch
Switch or Hub
PLC, Ethernet I/O, PC, etc.
100 meters (328 feet)
Switch or Hub
Note: Hubs and Switches are different devices. Hubs simply broadcast all messages out all
ports. Switches intelligently route messages only out the appropriate port
Ethernet
Fiber Wiring
Guidelines
The ET-GT-#ES-2 or -4 has one or two pair of multimode ports that support a maximum
segment length of 2 km each. The ET-GT-#ES-3 or -5 has one or two pair of singlemode SC
ports that support a max. segment length of 15 km, 40 km (long haul models) or more (contact
SIXNET.)
Each fiber optic port on the switch is comprised of a pair of SC or ST connectors, which are
labeled with “RX” and “TX” on the switch. When making your fiber optic connections, make
sure that the transmit (TX) port of the switch connects to the receive (RX) port of the other
device, and the receive (RX) port of the switch connects to the transmit (TX) port of the other
device.
The ACT/LNK LED will be ON solid when you have made a proper connection.
Full or Half
Duplex
Operation
The RJ45 ports will auto-sense for Full or Half duplex operation. No user configuration is
necessary. Each fiber optic port has a movable slide-switch or jumper that allows you to select
the mode. The metal cover needs to be removed to access the movable jumper. See diagram.
Note: You must cycle power to the switch after changing the slide-switch position.
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Section 6
Switching
Features
Switching Features
Here’s a brief explanation of the features found in the EtherTRAK Industrial Ethernet Switches
documented by this manual.
10BaseT and 100BaseTx Auto-detection
Standard Ethernet (10BaseT) has a maximum speed of 10 Mbps in half duplex mode. Fast
Ethernet (100BaseTx) has a maximum speed of 200 Mbps in full duplex mode. The RJ45 ports on
the EtherTRAK Industrial Ethernet Switches automatically select the appropriate speed.
100BaseFX (multimode and singlemode) fiber optic port
The fiber optic port found on some models is classified as 100BaseFX and supports 100 Mbps
operation only. Both multimode and singlemode models are available. Multimode allows for
multiple wavelengths over a cable with a core diameter of typically 50 or 62.5 microns. The
maximum distance for multimode is 2 km. Singlemode uses a single wavelength and cable core
diameter of around 10 microns which allows for a maximum distance of 15 km, 40 km or more.
1.0 Gbps (3ES) / 1.4 Gbps (5ES) / 2.0 Gbps (9ES) combined bandwidth
With full duplex and 100BaseTX or 100BaseFX communications, each port can provide a full 200
Mbps of data throughput.
1K MAC addresses with automatic learning, aging and migration
Each Ethernet device inserts its unique “MAC” address into each message it sends out. The port
on the switch used for a given MAC address is automatically learned when a frame is received
from that address. Once an address is learned, the switch will route messages to only the
appropriate port, instead of broadcasting messages out all ports like a hub. A time stamp is also
placed in memory when a new address is learned. This time stamp is used with the aging feature,
which will remove unused MAC addresses from the table after 300 seconds. If a device moves, the
associated port on the switch will be changed (migrated) as needed. Up to 1,024 MAC addresses
can be stored and monitored at any time.
Auto-crossover (auto-mdi/mdi-x)
The RJ45 ports of most models will automatically detect the cable type (straight-thru vs. crosswired) and re-configure themselves accordingly. Refer to the specifications for which models
support this. Otherwise, refer to section 5 for the appropriate cable type to use.
Auto-sensing or auto-negotiating speed
The RJ45 ports of the EtherTRAK Industrial Ethernet Switches will auto-negotiate with the
connected device to determine the optimal speed (10 Mbps vs. 100 Mbps).
Automatic power saving
If there is no cable on a port, most of the circuitry for that port is disabled to save power.
Backoff operation
The EtherTRAK Industrial Ethernet Switch will drop a packet after 16 collisions.
Back pressure for half-duplex
The EtherTRAK Industrial Ethernet Switch will apply “back pressure” when necessary with halfduplex operation. This “back pressure” will reduce congestion on busy networks.
Broadcast storm protection
Broadcasts and multicasts are limited to 25% (5ES) or 5% (9ES) of the available bandwidth. The
3ES models do not support this feature.
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Buffering
SRAM is used for buffering the messages. The 3ES has 64KB (16Kx32). The 5ES and 9ES have
128KB (32Kx32). The 3ES has 512 buffers (170 per port). The 5ES and 9ES have 1024 buffers
(205 per port for the 5ES and 113 per port for 9ES). Each buffer is 128 bytes in all models.
Unmanaged operation
The EtherTRAK Industrial Ethernet Switch requires no supervisory processor to operate properly.
Flow control
The EtherTRAK Industrial Ethernet Switch automatically supports flow control frames on both
the transmit and receive sides.
Forwarding
The EtherTRAK Industrial Ethernet Switch supports store and forward mode. It will forward
messages with known addresses out only the appropriate port. Messages with unknown addresses,
broadcast messages, and multicast messages will get forwarded out all ports except the source
port. The EtherTRAK Switch will not forward error packets, 802.3x pause frames, or “local”
packets.
Full/Half duplex operation
The RJ45 ports of the EtherTRAK Industrial Ethernet Switch support both full and half duplex
flow control. The fiber optic port(s) has a settable jumper or switch, which allows you to select the
desired operation.
Illegal frames
Illegal frames as defined by IEEE 802.3 will be dropped. This includes short frames, long frames,
and FCS error frames.
IEEE 802.3 compliant
The EtherTRAK Industrial Ethernet Switch strictly abides to the IEEE 802.3 standard for
10BaseT, 100BaseTX, and 100BaseFX Ethernet communications.
Late collision
If a packet experiences collisions after 512 bit times of transmission, the packet will be dropped.
Latency
The typical latency of a message is 5 microseconds or faster. The latency is the time it takes a
message to be routed internal to a switch from one port to another.
Plug and play
This means that most functions or features of the EtherTRAK Industrial Ethernet Switch are
automatic and that there are minimal or no optional parameters that need to be set. Just plug in
your Ethernet cables, apply power, and the unit will immediately begin to operate.
Priority tagging
802.1p priority is enabled on all ports of the 9ES. (The 5ES does not support this.) A 6KB buffer
is reserved for priority traffic. Default high priority is a value greater than 4 in the priority field
with low priority being 3 or less.
Protocol independent
The EtherTRAK Industrial Ethernet Switch will work with all popular Ethernet protocols and
networks such as TCP/IP, the Internet (IP), UDP, NetBEUI, and many more. It is compatible with
all protocols that run over standard Ethernet (IEEE 802.3). In fact, it will support packets of
different protocols simultaneously.
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Section 7
Technical
Specifications
Technical Specifications
Here are the technical specifications for the EtherTRAK Industrial Ethernet Switches covered by
this manual.
10/100BaseT(x) Ports:
10/100BaseT(x) ports
Protocols supported
Ethernet compliancy
Auto-crossover
(Auto-mdi/mdi-x)
Auto-negotiating
Flow control
Ethernet isolation
Plug and play
Cable requirements
Max. cable distance
Shielded RJ45
All standard IEEE 802.3
IEEE 802.3, 802.3u, 802.3x
Supported on later models of ET-GT-5ES-1, -4xx, -5xx, and all ETGT-9ES-xxx (Note: Not needed on ET-GT-3ES-xx because both MDI
and MDI-X ports provided)
10BaseT or 100BaseTX
Half or full duplex
1500 VRMS 1 minute
Yes
Twisted pair (Cat. 5) (shielded recommended)
100 meters
ET-GT-#ES-2SC, -2ST, -4SC or –4ST Fiber Port: (multimode)
100BaseFX ports
Fiber port mode
Fiber port connector
Optimal fiber cable
Center wavelength
TX output power
RX input sensitivity
Maximum distance
Half and full duplex
Ethernet compliance
Eye safety
1 or 2
Multimode
Duplex SC or ST
50/125, 62.5/125 µm
1300 nm
Contact SIXNET for optical details.
2 km
Switch or jumper selectable
100BaseFX
IEC 60825-1, Class 1; FDA 21 CFR 1040.10 and 1040.11
ET-GT-#ES-3SC or –5SC Fiber Port: (singlemode)
100BaseFX ports
Fiber port mode
Fiber port connector
Optimal fiber cable
Center wavelength
TX output power
RX input sensitivity
Maximum distance
Half and full duplex
Ethernet compliance
Eye safety
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Singlemode
Duplex SC
9/125, 10/125 µm
1300 nm
Contact SIXNET for optical details.
15 km, 40 km (long haul models) or more
Switch or jumper selectable
100BaseFX
IEC 60825-1, Class 1; FDA 21 CFR 1040.10 and 1040.11
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General:
Forwarding mode
Latency (typical)
Memory bandwidth
MAC addresses
Address learning
Address aging
Address migration
Backoff operation
Back pressure
Broadcast storm protection
Buffer memory
Buffers (total)
Buffers per port
Buffer size
Illegal frames
Late collisions
Store and forward
5 usec (time to route a message from one port to another internal to switch)
1.0 Gbps (3ES) or 1.4 Gbps (5ES) or 2.0 Gbps (9ES)
1K
Automatic
Remove old address after 300s
Automatic
Drops after 16 collisions
Automatic for half-duplex
Limits to 25% (5ES) or 5% (9ES) of bandwidth; (3ES – none)
64KB (16Kx32) (3ES) or 128KB (32Kx32) (5ES & 9ES)
512 (3ES) or 1024 (5ES and 9ES)
170 (3ES), 205 (5ES) or 113 (9ES)
128 bytes per buffer (all models)
Dropped per 802.3
Dropped after 512 bit times
Environmental:
Required supply voltage
Power consumption (typical)
Power saving
Max. screw terminal torque
and wire gauge
Operating temp. range
Storage temp. range
Humidity
Flammability
Electrical safety
EMI emissions
EMC immunity and surge
withstand
Vibration
Hazardous locations
Dimensions
Mounting
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10 – 30 VDC
2W (all 3ES); 2W (5ES-1); 3W (5ES w/ 1 fiber);
4W (5ES w/ 2 fiber); 4W (9ES-1), 6W (9ES w/ 1 fiber)
Automatic
3.48 in-lbs (0.4 Nm), 14 AWG (ET-GT-5ES-1/4/5xx, ET-GT-9ES-xxx)
5.3 in-lbs (0.6 Nm), 12 AWG (ET-GT-3ES-xxx, ET-GT-5ES-2/3xx)
-40 to 85 C
-40 to 85 C
5 to 95 % (non-condensing)
UL 94V-0 materials
UL508, CSA C22/14; EN61010-1 (IEC1010), CE
FCC part 15, ICES 003, EN55022; Class B; CE
EN61326-1 (EN61000-4-2, 3, 4, 5, 6), IEEE-472 (ANSI C37.90), CE
IEC68-2-6
UL1604, CSA C22.2/213 (Class 1, Div. 2), Cenelec EN50021 (Zone 2)
3.25” x 4.75”
DIN rail or panel direct
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Section 8
Service
Information
Service Information
We sincerely hope that you never experience a problem with any SIXNET product. If you do need
service, call SIXNET at (518) 877-5173 and ask for Applications Engineering. A trained specialist
will help you to quickly determine the source of the problem. Many problems are easily resolved
with a single phone call. If it is necessary to return a unit to us, an RMA (Return Material
Authorization) number will be given to you.
SIXNET tracks the flow of returned material with our RMA system to ensure speedy service. You
must include this RMA number on the outside of the box so that your return can be processed
immediately.
The applications engineer you are speaking with will fill out an RMA request for you. If the unit
has a serial number, we will not need detailed financial information. Otherwise, be sure to have
your original purchase order number and date purchased available.
We suggest that you give us a repair purchase order number in case the repair is not covered under
our warranty. You will not be billed if the repair is covered under warranty.
Please supply us with as many details about the problem as you can. The information you supply
will be written on the RMA form and supplied to the repair department before your unit arrives.
This helps us to provide you with the best service, in the fastest manner. Normally, repairs are
completed in two days. Sometimes difficult problems take a little longer to solve.
If you need a quicker turnaround, ship the unit to us by air freight. We give priority service to
equipment that arrives by overnight delivery. Many repairs received by mid-morning (typical
overnight delivery) can be finished the same day and returned immediately.
We apologize for any inconvenience that the need for repair may cause you. We hope that our rapid
service meets your needs. If you have any suggestions to help us improve our service, please give
us a call. We appreciate your ideas and will respond to them.
For Your Convenience:
Please fill in the following and keep this manual with your SIXNET system for future reference:
P.O. #:__________________ Date Purchased: ___________________
Purchased From:______________________________________________
Product
Support
To obtain support for SIXNET products:
On-line support: www.get2support.com
Order on-line: www.industrialmodem.com
Latest product info: www.sixnetio.com
Phone: +1 (518) 877-5173
Fax: +1 (518) 877-8346
E-mail: [email protected]
Mailing address: SIXNET, 331 Ushers Road, P.O. Box 767, Clifton Park, NY 12065
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Last Revised: 5-Oct-05
SIXNET • 331 Ushers • Box 767 • Clifton Park, NY 12065 USA • +1 (518) 877-5173 • mailto:[email protected]
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