Manual
MANUAL
IP20 Industrial Ethernet
Managed Switch
MA1004
Published 11/21/2013
INDUSTRIAL ETHERNET MANAGED SWITCH - USER MANUAL
Section 1:
General Information
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Section 2:
LED Indicators
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Section 3:
Installation
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Section 4:
Power Wiring
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Section 5:
Ethernet and Serial Port Wiring
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Section 6:
USB Configuration Port
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Section 6:
Technical Specifications
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Applicable standards and certifications:
Standard
Locations
European
Directives
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SECTION 1
Overview
GENERAL INFORMATION
This manual will help you install and maintain the Managed Switches. Installation of these managed switches
will enable the user to wire redundant connections between nodes, manage the network by
monitoring/gathering network data, allow for browser or telnet configuration, increase network performance,
and more.
Note:
Operation
This manual only covers the installation and wiring of these switches. Refer to the separate
Software User Manual for details on configuring and using any of the management functions such as
SNMP, RSTP, IGMP, port mirroring, etc.
Unlike an Ethernet hub that broadcasts all messages out all ports, the Managed Switches will intelligently route
Ethernet messages only out the appropriate port. Most importantly, unlike a regular Ethernet switch, very
resilient networks can be implemented because the Managed Switch has the intelligence to detect and allow for
ring Ethernet topologies. In other words, implementing this switch will optimize the network for optimal
bandwidth conditions, reduce the number of collisions, and allow for redundant data path connections to
reduce/eliminate downtime.
To further aid in network reliability and performance, SNMP is available to extract and exchange network
statistical information. Through the use of SNMP, various groups of statistical information can be obtained such
as TCP, RMON, IP, and more to aid the user's job to extrapolate the "health" of the network.
The Managed Switches can support 10BaseT (10 Mbps) and 100BaseT (100 Mbps) on their M12 ports. Each of
these ports will independently auto-sense the speed, allowing you to interface to regular, fast or gigabit
Ethernet devices.
Performance
Specifications
Standards
and Safety
These general specifications apply to the Managed Switches. Refer to Section 7 for complete technical
specifications.
Ethernet ports:
8xRJ45
Ethernet Switch Type:
Managed with SNMP, RSTP, IGMP, VLANs and much more
Ethernet Protocols:
All standard IEEE 802.3
M12 Ports (shielded):
10/100 (with auto-negotiation, auto-crossover and auto-polarity)
The Managed Switches meet the following standards plus others:
Electrical safety:
EMC immunity:
UL 508, CSA C22; EN61010-1 (IEC1010)
IEC61326-1, IEEE C37.90
Install the Managed Switches in accordance with local and national electrical codes.
Lightning Danger: Do not work on equipment during periods ofl ightning activity.
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SECTION 2
Overview
LED INDICATORS
The Managed Switches have communication LEDs for each port, an "OK" output LED, a status LED and dual
power LEDs. Refer to the sample pictures below for the location of these LEDs.
Status LED
Power LEDs
Ok
Activity, link and speed LEDs are
integrated into the RJ45 ports.
Power LEDs
There are two Power LEDs on the Managed Switch. Power 1 is used for primary power and Power2 is used for
secondary power. Both indicate if there is power applied to the respective terminal.
ACT / LNK /
(10/100) LEDs
The two LEDs adjacent to each port indicates activity and link confirmation.
ACT/LNK LED
Off
This would indicate that there is not a proper Ethernet connection (Link) between the port and
another Ethernet device. Make sure the cable has been plugged securely into the ports at both ends.
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.
SPEED 10/100 LED
OK Redundant
Power LED
Green
A 100 Mbps (100BaseT) connection is detected.
Off
A 10Mbps (10BaseT) connection is detected.
This LED indicates the status of the power inputs. The LED will be ON when both the Power 1 and Power 2 have
power applied to them. It will be OFF if either input does not have power or the switch software is not running.
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SECTION 3
Overview
INSTALLATION
The Managed Switches can be mounted directly on a DIN rail. Refer to the drawing below.
Note: Make sure to allow enough room to route your Ethernet cables.
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SECTION 4
Overview
POWER WIRING
These industrial Ethernet switches can be powered from the same DC source that is used to power your I/O
devices. Voltage ranging from 10 to 30 VDC must be applied between the P1 (plus) terminal and the Minus
terminal. The chassis screw terminal should be tied to panel or chassis ground.
To reduce down time resulting from power loss, these industrial Ethernet switches can (optionally) be powered
redundantly with a second power supply as shown in the diagram. The “OK” output that can be tied to a PLC
input or other device to indicate when there is a power loss (output is ON when both P1 and P2 are properly
supplied with 10-30 VDC). This output sources the same voltage applied to the switch power terminals.
SECTION 5
ETHERNET AND SERIAL PORT WIRING
Overview
The Managed Switches provides connections to Ethernet devices on the factory floor, managed devices, and
agents. 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.
M12 Wiring
Guidelines
Use data-quality (not voice-quality) twisted pair cable rated category 5 (or better) with standard RJ45
connectors. For best performance use shielded cable. Straight through or crossover RJ45 cables can be used
regardless of the device the switch is to be connected to as the Managed Switche is capable of auto-crossover of
MDI versus MDIX detection.
The RJ45 Ethernet port connector bodies on these products are metallic and are connected to the Chassis GND
terminal. Therefore, shielded cables may be used to provide further protection. To prevent ground loops, the
cable shield should be tied to the metal connector body at one end of the cable only.
Duplex
Operation
The Ethernet ports will auto-sense for Full or Half duplex operation.
Verifying
Connection
After all Ethernet connections are made, check the LED's corresponding to the ports that each of the devices are
connected to. Ensure that for each port that is in use, the LED is on or blinking. If a port LED is off, go back and check
for connectivity problems between that port and the network device connected to that particular port. In addition, the
color of the LED should indicate the speed for which your device is connected at (see prior section on LEDs).
SECTION 6
Configuration
Ports
USB CONFIGURATION PORT
These managed switches have a USB port for device configuration. Use a standard USB cable with a mini-USB
plug on one end and an A-type-USB plug on the other end. The A-type plug goes into a standard USB port on a
computer. The mini-USB plug goes into the USB port on the switch.
Refer to the software user manual for how to interface with the switch using the USB port
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SECTION 7
Technical
Specs
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Here are the technical specifications for the Managed Switches covered by this manual.
Copper RJ45 Ports: (10/100BaseT or 10/100/1000BaseT)
10/100BaseT ports
Shielded RJ45
Protocols supported
All standard IEEE 802.3
Ethernet compliancy
IEEE 802.3, 802.3u, 802.3x, 802.3z, 802.1p and more
Auto-crossover
Yes, allows you to use straight or cross wired cables
Auto-sensing operation
Auto-negotiating
Full and half duplex
10BaseT and 100BaseT
Auto-polarity
Yes, on the TD and RD pair
Flow control
Automatic
Ethernet isolation
1500 VRMS 1 minute
Plug and play
Yes
Cable requirements
Twisted pair (Cat. 5 or better) (shielded recommended)
Max. cable distance
100 meters
General Specifications:
Ethernet switch type
Managed with 8 Ethernet ports and USB configuration port
Latency for 10 Mbps ports
16 us + frame time (typical)
Latency for 100 Mbps ports
5 us + frame time (typical)
Full or half duplex operation
Environmental
Power input
Input power
(typical - all ports active at 100 Mbps)
(10 W maximum)
Input voltage (all models)
Transient protection
Spike protection
Varies on load and settings
Configurable
DIN rail or direct panel mounting
Redundant Input Terminals
4.3 W (8-port)
10-30 VDC (continuous)
15,000 watts peak
5,000 watts (10x for 10 uS)
Extended protection
Maximum voltage surge
100V for 1 second
Maximum voltage spike
5,000 watts (10x for 10 uS) or 250 volts (50x for 100 uS)
Ethernet isolation
1500 VRMS 1 minute
Operating temperature range
-40 to +75 °C
Storage temperature range
-40 to +85 °C
Humidity (non-condensing)
5 to 95% RH
Vibration
IEC 60068-2-6, -27 and -32
Electrical safety
UL508/CSA C22, EN61010-1
EMI emissions
FCC part 15, ICES-003, EN55022
EMC immunity
IEC61326-1, IEEE C37.90
Packaging
Dimensions (L x W x H)
IP20
See mechanical diagrams for details
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