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ConneXium

Ethernet Cabling System


TCSESM Managed Switch
Installation Manual

31007118.01

12/2006

Safety Information
NOTICE

Read these instructions carefully, and look at the equipment to become familiar with
the device before trying to install, operate, or maintain it. The following special
messages may appear throughout this documentation or on the equipment to warn
of potential hazards or to call attention to information that clarifies or simplifies a
procedure.
The addition of this symbol to a Danger or Warning safety label indicates
that an electrical hazard exists, which will result in personal injury if the
instructions are not followed.
This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to potential personal
injury hazards. Obey all safety messages that follow this symbol to avoid
possible injury or death.

DANGER
DANGER indicates an imminently hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, will
result in death or serious injury.

WARNING
WARNING indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, can result
in death, serious injury, or equipment damage.

CAUTION
CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, can result
in injury or equipment damage.

PLEASE NOTE

Electrical equipment should be installed, operated, serviced, and maintained only by


qualified personnel. No responsibility is assumed by Schneider Electric for any
consequences arising out of the use of this material.
2006 Schneider Electric. All Rights Reserved.

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Device Description

1
At a Glance
Overview

This chapter describes the ESM switches and their different versions.

What's in this
Chapter?

This chapter contains the following topics:

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Topic

Page

General Switch Description

The Switch Versions

Device Description

General Switch Description


Overview

An ESM switch is a compact, heavy-duty device suitable for industrial applications


which can be installed on a standard DIN Rail. The switches are available in 4, 8,
10, 16 and 24 ports combinations. Two of these ports, uplinks, usually used to
implement the ring architectures, could be available in Copper or Fiber (multimode,
single mode or mixed) and in 10/100 Mbps or Gigabit speeds.
The 10-60VDC/18-30VAC operating voltage is supplied via a plug-in terminal block
with two connections to wire primary and redundant voltage if necessary. An alarm
relay allows reporting diagnostic information (P/S, Link signal, Redundancy health)
to Control systems. Integrated LEDs allow fast on-site installation and
troubleshooting.
The HIPER-Ring redundancy concept allows single and fast implementation of
redundant architectures (simple and coupling rings). The diagnostics and operating
parameter display functions as well as the labeling field for the IP address provide a
quick overview.
You can configure or diagnose the switch using a Web browser, Telnet, or the V.24
serial interface of the switch.
The ConneXium ESM switches allow you to set up in a line, star or ring structure
switched industrial ETHERNET networks in accordance with the IEEE 802.3 and
802.3u standards using copper technology or fibre optic conductors. End devices
and other infrastructure components can be connected using twisted pair cables or
multi and single mode fiber optic cables. The twisted pair ports support
autocrossing, autonegotiation and autopolarity.
The devices offer a wide variety of functions:
z

z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z

redundancy functions:
(Rapid Spanning Tree, redundant ring structure, ring coupling, redundant power
supply)
security: Unauthorized messages (MAC or IP based) are blocked.
synchronization of the system network time (SNTP)
traffic control
functional diagnostics
priority (message or port-based)
VLAN
topology detection
Web-based interface
Command Line Interface (CLI)
SNMP

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Device Description

The Switch Versions


Switch Versions
Part Number

Part Number

Description

4 Port Version

TCSESM043F23F0

4 10/100 TX Managed

TCSESM043F1CU0 3 10/100 TX 1 100 FX-MM Managed


TCSESM043F2CU0 2 10/100 TX 2 100 FX-MM Managed
TCSESM043F1CS0 3 10/100 TX 1 100 FX-SM Managed
TCSESM043F2CS0 2 10/100 TX 2 100 FX-SM Managed
8 Port Version

TCSESM083F23F0

8 10/100 TX Managed

TCSESM083F1CU0 7 10/100 TX 1 100 FX-MM Managed


TCSESM083F2CU0 6 10/100 TX 2 100 FX-MM Managed
TCSESM083F1CS0 7 10/100 TX 1 100 FX-SM Managed
TCSESM083F2CS0 6 10/100 TX 2 100 FX-SM Managed
TCSESM083F2CX0 6 10/100 TX 1 100 FX-MM 1 100 FX-SM Managed
16 Port Version

TCSESM163F23F0

16 10/100 TX Managed

TCSESM163F2CU0 14 10/100 TX 2 100 FX-MM Managed


24 Port Version

TCSESM243F2CU0 22 10/100 TX 2 100 FX-MM Managed

Gigabit - 10 Port
Version

TCSESM103F23G0

8 10/100 TX 2 10/100/1000 TX Managed

TCSESM103F2LG0

8 10/100 TX 2 1000 SFP (fiber) Managed


Note: This product ships with open sockets (SFP)
on the fiber ports. In order to use these ports, order
1 or 2 fiber modules in any combination (see
below).

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Fiber Media
Modules for
Gigabit

TCSEAAF1LFU00

Accessories

fiber module SFP-SX/LC

TCSEAAF1LFS00

fiber module SFP-LX/LC

TCSEAAF1LFH00

fiber module SFP-LH/LC

TCSEAM0100
Adapter

Memory Back-up Adapter

Device Description

The figure below shows the 4-port versions of the ESM.


Port 1 + port 2, freely selectable

Telemecanique

Twisted pair TX, RJ45, 10/100 Mbit


Multimode FX, DSC, 100 Mbit
Single mode FX, DSC, 100 Mbit

Fault
O

OV

+24V
(P1)

+24V
(P2)

P
Stand
RM

FAULT
RM

Telemeca-

Telemecanique

Fault

Fault
OV

OV

OV
+24V

+24V

+24V

(P1)

(P2)

(P1)

(P2)

FAULT

Stand by

RM

RM

FAULT

Stand by

RM

RM

ON

Stand by

ON

Stand by

USB

LNK
1
ACT
LNK
2
ACT
LNK
3
ACT
LNK
4
ACT
ConneXium Switch

V.24

MAC-Address

IP Address

USB

V.24

MAC-Address

IP Address

OV

+24V

1
LNK
1
ACT
LNK
2
ACT
LNK
3
ACT
LNK
4
ACT

ConneXium Switch

TCSESM043F1CU0/CS0

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

TCSESM043F2CU0/CS0

IP Address

USB
7

2
3

ON

V.24

LNK
1
ACT
LNK
2
ACT
LNK
3
ACT
LNK
4
ACT
ConneXium Switch

MAC-Address

Examples of
Switch Versions

4
5
6

TCSESM043F23F0

Pluggable 6-pin terminal block


LED display elements
2-pin DIP switch
MAC address field
USB interface
V.24 access, external management
IP address field
Ports in accordance with 10/100 BASE-T(X)
Protective earth ground

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Device Description

The figure below shows the 8-port versions of the ESM.


Port 1 + port 2
Twisted pair TX, RJ45, 10/100
Mbit
Multimode FX, DSC, 100 Mbit
Single mode FX, DSC, 100

Telemecanique
+24

LNK

ACT

Fault
O

P
Stand
RM

+24
FAUL
RM

ON
MAC-Address

01

IP Address

USB

7
9
Telemecanique
O

ACT

V.24

Fault
O

P
Stand
RM

1 2
3 4
5 6

3 4

5 6
8

7 8

5 6

7 8

ConneXium Switch

7 8

ConneXium Switch

TCSESM083F23F0

ACT

3 4
LNK
2
ACT

ON

V.24

V.24

+24
FAUL
RM

USB
IP Address

IP Address

+24

LNK

ON

USB

LNK

Telemecanique

+24
FAUL
RM

MAC-Address

Fault
O

P
Stand
RM

MAC-Address

+24

2
3

ConneXium Switch

TCSESM083F1CU0/CS0

TCSESM083F2CU0/CS0/CX0

The figure below shows the 16-port versions of the ESM.


Port 1 + port 2
Twisted pair TX, RJ45, 10/100
Mbit
Multimode FX, DSC, 100 Mbit

Telemecanique
1

Fault
O

+24V
(P1)
P
Stand
RM

ACT

FAULT
RM
3

ON

IP Address

USB
7
9

MAC-Address

LNK

+24
V

V.24

3 4

Telemecanique
Fault
OV

OV

+24V

+24V

IP Address

V.24
1 2

9 10

3 4

11 12

7 8

ACT

5 6

11 12

7 8

13

9 10

15

ON

USB

5 6

LNK

FAULT
RM

MAC-Address

P
Stand by
RM

13 14

ConneXium Switch

15 16
ConneXium Switch

TCSESM163F23F0
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TCSESM163F2CU0

Device Description

The figure below shows the 24-port version of the ESM.


Port 1 + Port 2, freely selectable
Multimode FX, DSC, 100 Mbit

Telemecanique
+24

P
Stand
RM

ACT
3 4

+24
FAUL
RM
3

01

5 6
USB
IP Address

7 8
7

LNK

ON
MAC-Address

LNK

Fault
O

9 10

V.24

11

ACT

13

19

15

21

17

23

ConneXium Switch
TCSESM243F2CU0

The figure below shows the 10-port (gigabit) versions of the ESM.
Port 1 + Port 2

Telemecanique
Fault

O
LNK
1
ACT

+24V
(P1)
P
Stand
RM

+24
V
FAULT
RM

IP Address

7
9

V.24

Fault
O

OV

+24V

ACT

P
Stand by
RM

+24

FAULT
RM
ON

IP Address

USB

LNK

ACT

V.24

5 6

LNK
2
ACT

7 8

MAC-Address

3 4

Telemecanique

LNK

ON

USB

MAC-Address

Twisted pair TX, RJ45, 10/100/


1000 Mbit
FX, SFP-shaft, 1000 Mbit

9 10

3 4
5 6
7 8
9 10

ConneXium Switch

ConneXium Switch

TCSESM103F2LG0

TCSESM103F23G0
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2
At a Glance
Overview

This chapter describes installation and startup of the product.

What's in this
Chapter?

This chapter contains the following topics:

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Topic

Page

Safety Instructions

12

Configurations

13

Installation and Startup

15

Installation and Startup

Safety Instructions
Staff
Qualification
Requirements

Only appropriately qualified staff should work on or near this equipment. Such staff
must be thoroughly acquainted with all the warnings and maintenance measures
contained in these operating instructions.The proper and safe operation of this
equipment assumes proper transport, appropriate storage and assembly, and
careful operation and maintenance.Qualified staff according to these operating
instructions or the warning notes are persons familiar with setting up, assembling,
starting up, and operating this product and who have appropriate qualifications to
cover their activities, such as:
z

training or instruction/entitlement to switch circuits and equipment/systems on


and off, ground them, and identify them in accordance with current safety
standards,

training or instruction in accordance with current safety standards in looking after


and using appropriate safety equipment,

first aid training.

Note: Electricity is used to operate this equipment. Comply in every detail with the
safety requirements specified in the operating instructions regarding the voltages
to apply.

Recycling Note

10

After has been put out of use, it must be disposed of properly as electronic waste in
accordance with the effective local, state and national disposal regulations.

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Configurations
Line Structure

The ESM switches enable backbones in line structures to be built up. Cascading is
carried out using the backbone ports:

Shielded twisted pair


cord (490NTW000ll)
Quantum

Shielded twisted pair


crossed cord (490NTC000ll)
ConneXium
499NES25100

ConneXium
499NEH10410

Premium

ConneXium
499NEH10410

ConneXium
TCSESM

Optical fiber or copper


line structure

Redundant Ring
Structure

With the redundancy manager function of the ESM modules you can close the two
ends of a line structured backbone to a redundant ring, as shown in the figures
below. The ESM switches are integrated into the ring via the backbone ports (ports
6 and 7). If one section fails the reaction time comes to less than 0.5 s at up to 50
ESM modules being cascaded.
The following figure describes a redundant ring structure.
Quantum
Premium

ConneXium
499NEH10410

ConneXium
499NES25100

ConneXium
499NEH14100
ConneXium
TCSESM

Shielded twisted pair


cord (490NTW000)
Configured redundancy manager

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redundant ring

Shielded twisted pair


cord (490NTC000)
Optical fiber
or copper

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Redundant
Coupling of
Network
Segments

The built-in control intelligence of the ESM allows the redundant coupling of network
segments. The connection of two network segments is realized via two separate
paths. The ESM switches in the redundant line get the redundancy function
assigned by the DIP switch setting standby.
The ESM modules in the redundant line and the ESM switches in the main line share
their operating states via the control line (crossover Ethernet cable).
After the failure of the main line the redundant ESM modules enable the redundant
line within 0.5 s. If the main line is operational again, the ESM switches in the main
line inform the redundant ESM modules about this. The main line will be enabled
and the redundant line will be disabled within 0.5 s.
The following figure describes a redundant coupling of optical rings structure:
ConneXium
TCSESM

configured redundancy manager

ConneXium
TCSESM

configured redundancy manager

ring 2
Optical Fiber

12

ConneXium
499NOH10510

control line

redundant line

Shielded twisted pair


crossed cord (490NTC000)

redundant
coupling of ring
1 and ring 3

Optical
Fiber

main line

redundant
coupling of ring
1 and ring 2

control line
main line

ring 1

Slave

redundant line

Master

ring 3

Optical Fiber

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Installation and Startup


Overview of
Installation

WARNING
DUPLICATE ADDRESS HAZARD
Having two or more devices with the same IP address can cause unpredictable
operation of your network. Ensure that you will be assigning a unique IP address
to the switch.
Failure to follow this instruction can result in death, serious injury, or
equipment damage.
On delivery, a switch is always ready for operation.
The following installation procedure has been tried and tested in service:
z
z
z
z
z
z
z

Controls

unpacking and checking


filling in the labeling field
adjusting the DIP switch settings
connecting the terminal block for supply voltage and signal contact
fitting the device onto the snap-on rail, grounding
fitting the terminal block, startup
connecting the data lines

The standby and redundancy management functions can be switched on and off
with the two-pin DIP switches on the front panel of the ESM.
The default setting is Off for both switches. The standby switch must be on for
redundant coupling of 10/100 Mbit/s segments where the ESM is operated in
redundant sections in standby mode.
The RM (Redundancy Manager) switch must be On to implement this functionality
on the ESM switch. The default settings are as follows: switch position 0 (Off), i.e.,
RM function not active.
Note: Activate just one of the two functions: standby or RM. Activating both
functions simultaneously causes the device to be reset.

Two-Pin DIP
Switch

The figure shows the DIP switch.


RM
Stand by

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ON

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DIP Switch
Settings

The table shows the DIP switch settings you can make.

DIP Switches

Switch State

RM
Switch

Stand-By
Switch

Ring
Redundancy

Ring
Coupling

Redundancy
Manager

Ring
Port

OFF

OFF

on

off

off

1+2

ON

OFF

on

off

on

1+2

OFF

ON

on

on

off

1+2

ON

ON

off

off

off

Control
Port

Coupling
Port

Supply Voltage

WARNING
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK OR BURN
When the module is operated with direct plug-in power units, use only:
z SELV supply units that comply with IEC 60950/EN 60950 and
z (in USA and Canada) Class 2 power units that comply with applicable national
or regional electrical codes
Connect the ground wire to the PE terminal before you establish any further
connections. When you remove connections, disconnect the ground wire last.
Failure to follow this instruction can result in death, serious injury, or
equipment damage.
The supply voltage can be connected redundantly. Both inputs are decoupled.
There is no distributed load. With redundant supply, the transformer supplies the
ESM alone with the higher output voltage. The supply voltage is electrically isolated
from the housing.
The figure illustrates how to connect the supply voltage on the 6-pin terminal block.
FAULT

+24V(P1)

OV

OV

+24V(P2)

9,6...60 VDC

14

FAULT

9,6...60 VDC

+24V(P1)

OV

OV

+24V(P2)

18...30 VAC

18...30 VAC

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Class 1, Division
2 Wiring Notes

Note: Power, input and output (I/O) wiring must be in accordance with Class I,
Division 2 wiring methods [Article 501-4(b) of the National Electrical Code, NFPA
70] and the authority having jurisdiction.

Note: Use 60/75 or 75 C copper (CU) wire only.

Note: Peripheral equipment must be suitable for the location in which it is used.

Ground
Connection

The front panel of ConneXium switch modules is grounded via a separate ground
connection. The grounding screw is located on the front panel of the switches. The
Ethernet RJ-45 socket casings are electrically connected to the front panel of the
switch.
Note: Make sure that the electrical installation meets local or nationally applicable
safety regulations.

Signal Contact

The signal contact monitors proper functioning of the switch and thus enables
remote diagnostics.
The configuration Web pages also allow you to switch the signal contact manually
and thus to control external devices.
If the potential-free signal contact (relay contact, open circuit connection) is opened,
the following events are reported:
z
z
z

z
z

At least one of the two supply voltages (supply voltage 1 or 2<9.6 V) has failed.
There is a permanent malfunction in the device (internal 3.3 VDC voltage).
The link status of at least one port is faulty. Link status messages for individual
ports can be can be masked in the configuration of the switch. In the default state,
connections are not monitored.
Redundancy is no longer provided for.
An error has occurred during self-testing.

In the Redundancy Manager mode, the following state is also reported:


z

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Ring redundancy is provided for. In the default state, ring redundancy is not
monitored.

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Installation

Install the device as follows:


Step

Action

Check whether the DIP switch pre-settings suit your application.

Unplug the six-pin terminal block and remove it from the switch module and wire up
the supply voltage and indicator lines.

Fit the switch on a 35 mm standard DIN EN 50 022 rail:

Attach the upper snap-on slide bar on the module to the DIN rail and press it down
until it locks in position.

Connect the ground wire to terminal block.

Reattach the six-pin terminal block to the switch.

Turn the power on.

Install the Ethernet cables.

Start up the switch.

Note: Do not open the module housing.


Note: The ventilation slits must not be covered, inhibiting free air circulation. The distance to
the ventilation slots of the housing has to be a minimum of 10 cm.
Note: This is a Class A device. This equipment may cause radio interference if it is used in a
residential area. It is the operators responsibility to take appropriate preventative measures.
Note: For use in Class 2 circuits.
Note: Use 60/75 or 75 degree C copper (CU) wire only.

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Interfaces

10/100 Mbit/s Twisted Pair Connection


10/100 Mbit/s ports (R45 socket) enable the connection of end devices or
independent network segments in compliance with the IEEE 802.3 100BASE-TX/
10BASE-T standards. These ports support:
z autonegotiation (Speed and Duplex mode)
z autocrossing (when autonegotiation is switched on)
z autopolarity
z 100 Mbit/s half duplex mode, 100 Mbit/s full duplex mode
z 10 Mbit/s half duplex mode, 10 Mbit/s full duplex mode
The default setting is as follows: autonegotiation is activated with the exception of
port 1 and 2 (configured by default for Hiper-Ring use): 100 Mbit/s full duplex.
The socket housings are galvanically connected to the front panel.
The figure below describes the pin assignment of a TP/TX interface.
n.c. Pin 8
n.c. Pin 7
TD- Pin 6
n.c. Pin 5
n.c. Pin 4
TD+ Pin 3
RD- Pin 2
RD+ Pin 1

10/100/1000 Mbit/s Twisted Pair Connection


1000 Mbit/s twisted pair connection 1000 Mbit/s twisted pair ports (R45 sockets)
allow you to connect end devices or independent network segments in accordance
with the IEEE 802.3-2000 (ISO/IEC-3:2000 1000BASE-T standard. These ports
support:
z autonegotiation (Speed and Duplex mode)
z autocrossing (when autonegotiation is switched on)
z autopolarity
z 1000 Mbit/s full duplex mode
z 100 Mbit/s half duplex mode, 100 Mbit/s full duplex mode
z 10 Mbit/s half duplex mode, 10 Mbit/s full duplex mode
Default setting: autonegotiation
The socket housings are galvanically connected to the front panel.

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The pin assignment corresponds to MDI-X.


BI_DC- Pin
BI_DC+ Pin
BI_DA- Pin
BI_DD- Pin
BI_DD+ Pin
BI_DA+ Pin
BI_DB- Pin
BI_DB+ Pin

8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

100 Mbit/s F/0 Connection


100 Mbit/s F/O ports (SC Duplex) allow you to connect end devices or independent
network segments in accordance with the IEEE 802.3 100BASE-FX standard.
These ports support full and half duplex mode.
Default setting: full duplex
Note: Make sure you connect SM ports only to SM ports and MM ports only to MM
ports.
1 Gigabit/s F/0 Connection
Gbit/s F/O ports (SFP sockets and LC fiber modules) enable the connection of end
devices or independent network segments in accordance with the IEEE 802.3-2000
(ISO/IEC 8802-3:2000) 1000BASE-SX or 1000BASE-LX standard. These ports
support: autonegotiation and full duplex mode. Default setting: autonegotiation
Note: Make sure, that you connect LH ports only to LH ports, SX ports only to SX
ports and LX ports only to LX ports.

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Laser Light

CAUTION
POTENTIAL INJURY OR EQUIPMENT DAMAGE
LED OR LASER components in accordance with IEC 60825-1 (2001):
LASER CLASS 1 - CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
Laser light
Do not look into the beam or view the beam directly with optical instruments
(magnifying glasses, microscope).
At a distance of less than 100 mm, failure to observe this precaution can cause
injury to your eyes.
Light is emitted from the optical connections or from the ends of the connected
optical fibers that are connected to the optical connections.
LIGHT EMITTING DIODE CLASS 2 M, wave length 650 nm, power <2 mW in
accordance with DIN EN 60825-1:2003-10
LIGHT EMITTING DIODE CLASS 1 - CLASS 1 LED PRODUCT
Failure to follow this instruction can result in injury or equipment damage.

Displays

After applying the operating voltage, the software starts and initializes itself. The
device then performs a self-test. Various LEDs light up in the process. The process
lasts approximately 60 seconds.
P
Stand by

FAULT
RM

Green
Yellow

Device status
Port Status

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Device Status

These LEDs provide information about conditions concerning the operating status
of the entire device.
LED

Status

Meaning

P - Power
(Green/Yellow LEDs)

lit green

both supply voltages on

Iit yellow

only one supply voltage on

not lit

supply voltage is too low

Fault - Error

it red

the signal contact is open, i.e. error

not lit

the signal contact is closed, i.e. no error

Note: If the manual adjustment is active on the signal contact,


the error display is independent of the signal contact setting.
RM - Redundancy Manager
(Green/Yellow LEDs)

Stand By

Port Status

RM function active, redundant port not active

lit yellow

RM function active, redundant port active

not lit

RM function not active

flashes
green

incorrect configuration of HIPER-Ring


(e.g. ring not connected to ring port)

lit green

stand-by operation active

lit yellow

stand-by operation not active

The green and the yellow LEDs on the individual ports display port-related
information. During booting, those LEDs display the status of the boot procedure.
LED

Status

Meaning

LNK (Link Status, Green LED)

not lit

no valid connection

ACT (Data, Yellow LED)

20

lit green

lit green

valid connection

flashes green (1 time/s)

port is switched to stand by

flashes green (3 times/s)

port is disabled

not lit

no data reception at port

flashes yellow

data reception at port

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Making Basic
Settings

You must enter IP parameters when the switch is installed for the first time. The
switch provides five configuration options:
z
z
z
z
z

the V.24 interface


the Ethernet Switch Configurator software
BOOTP
DHCP
the Memory Back Up Adapter (TCSEAM0100)

For detailed information, refer to the chapter Entering the IP Parameters of the
Configuration Manual.
Default Settings:
z
z

z
z
z
z
z
z

The USB
Interface

The V.24
Interface
(External
Management)

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IP address: the device searches the IP address using DHCP.


password for management:
z public (write access only, just for the Web-based interface)
z private (read and write access)
V.24 data rate: 9,600 baud
ring redundancy: activated
ring ports on 100 Mbit full duplex or 1000 Mbit autonegotiation
Ethernet ports: The link status is not evaluated.
optical 100 Mbit ports: 100 Mbit full duplex
All other ports: autonegotiation
Redundancy Manager switched off (DIP switch RM: OFF)
stand-by coupling is switched off (DIP switch: stand-by is switched off)
port 4 = control port, port 3 = coupling port for redundant ring coupling

The USB socket is an interface which allows you to connect a Memory Back Up
Adapter (EAM) locally. The EAM is a device which allows you to save and load the
configuration and to load the software.
Pin Number

Signal Name

VCC

- data

+ data

ground

RJ11 socket (V.24 interface) is a serial interface which allows you to connect the
following devices locally:
z an external management station (VT100 terminal or PC with appropriate terminal
emulation). (The serial cable that allows external management is part number
490NTRJ11.) This allows you to establish a connection to the Command Line
Interface and the System Monitor.
z Memory Back Up Adapter (EAM)
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Installation and Startup

Settings VT100 Terminal:


Speed:

9600 Baud (EMS)

Data:

8 bit

Stopbit:

1 bit

Handshake:

off

Parity:

none

Note: The socket housing is not galvanically insulated from the front panel of the
switch.

Note: The V.24 interface is electrically connected to the supply voltage.


The figure below describes the pin assignment of the V24 interface.
Pin 5

Pin 6

Pin 8

Pin 1
Pin 1
CTS
not connected
TX
GND
RX
RTS

Note: You can order the terminal cable separately (ref #: 490NTRJ11).

Removal

The following table shows how to remove the switch from the snap-on rail.
Step
1

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Action
Move the screwdriver horizontally under the chassis in the locking slide.

Pull this down without tilting the screwdriver.

Pull the switch off the rail.

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Technical Data

A
At a Glance
Overview

This chapter contains the technical data and the order numbers of the product.

What's in this
Chapter?

This chapter contains the following topics:

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Topic

Page

General Technical Hardware Data

26

Dimension Drawings

27

Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) and Physical Resistance

29

Network Expansion

30

Power Input and Output

31

Switches and Accessories

32

Underlying Standards

33

Agency Approvals

34

Certifications

34

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Technical Data

General Technical Hardware Data

Dimensions: W x H x D TCSESM04

Weight

47 x 131 x 111 mm
1.85 x 5.16 x 4.3 in

TCSESM08 and
TCSESM10

74 x 131 x 111 mm
2.91 x 5.16 x 4.37 in

TCSESM16 and
TCSESM24

111 x 131 x 111 mm


4.37 x 5.16 x 4.37 in

TCSESM04

400 g

TCSESM08

410 g

TCSESM10

Voltage Supply

TCSESM16

600 g

TCSESM24

650 g

operating voltage

9.6 to 60 VDC or 18 to 30 VAC safety extra-low


voltage (SELV), redundant input decoupled
Relevant to North America:
Nec Class 2 power source 5 A max

Overload Protection at the Input

non-exchangeable fuse

Insulation Voltage between Operating


Voltage and Housing

800 V

Ambient Conditions

operating
temperature

0 C (+32 F) to +60 C (+140 F)

storage
temperature

ambient air: -40 C (-40 F) to +80 C (+176 F)

humidity

10% to 90% (non-condensing)

atmospheric
pressure

up to 2000 m (795 hPa), higher altitudes on


demand

laser protection

Class 1 in accordance with EN 60825-1 (2001)

protection class

IP 20

Pollution Degree
Protection Classes

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Technical Data

Dimension Drawings
4 and 8 Port
Versions

mm
inch

131

5.16

3,6

0.14

46
1.8
30,48

111

13,73

1.2

4.37

0.54

74
2.91
30,48

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131

5.16

3,6

0.14

1.2

111

13,73

4.37

0.54

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Technical Data

16 and 24 Port
Versions

mm
inch
110

26

130

5.12

3,6

0.14

4.33
30,48

110,3

13,73

1.20

4.34

0.54

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Technical Data

Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) and Physical Resistance


EMC Immunity

The product complies with the standards concerning EMC immunity listed below:
EMC Immunity

Kind of Interference

Levels

EN 61000-4-2

discharge of static electricity, contact discharge: test level 3

8 kV

EN 61000-4-3

electromagnetic fields, test level 3 (80 -2000 MHz

20 V/m

EN 61000-4-4

fast transients (burst), test level 3:

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4 kV

surge voltages:

EN 61000-4-5

z power line: line/line: test level 2

1 kV

z power line: line/earth, test level 3

2 kV

z data line: test level 3

2 kV

EN 61000-4-9

Physical
Resistance

4 kV

z data line

EN 61000-4-5

EN 61000-4-6

EMC Interference

z power line

immunity to conducted disturbances induced by radio frequency fields, test


level 3:
z 10 - 150 kHz

3V

z 150 kHz - 80 MHz

10 V

pulse magnetic fields, test level 4

300 A/m

The product complies with the standards concerning EMC interference listed below:.
EMC Interference

Classes

EN 55022

Class A

FCC 47 CFR Part 15

Class A

Germanischer Lloyd

Classification and Building Regulations VI-7-3 Part 1

The product complies with the standards concerning physical resistance listed
below:.
Resistance to

Standards concerning Resistance

Vibration

IEC 60068-2-6, test FC, test levels in accordance with IEC 61131-2
Guidelines for the Execution of Prototype Tests, part 1

Shock

IEC 60068-2-27, Test EA, test level in accordance with IEC 61131-2

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Technical Data

Network Expansion
TP Port

A twisted pair cable segment is typically 100 m long (cat5e cable for 1000BASE-TX).

100BASE-FX
Fiber Optic Port

The table below lists the network expansion data concerning 100BASE-FX fiber
optic ports.

Description

Wave
Length

Fiber

Multimode FX, DSC, 10/100 Mbit

1300 nm 50/125 m

Multimode FX, DSC, 10/100 Mbit

1300 nm 62.5/125 m 0-11 dB

Single Mode FX, DSC, 10/100 Mbit 1300 nm 9/125 m

1000BASE-FX
Fiber Optic Port
Description

Expansion Fiber Data

0-8 dB

0-5 km

0-16 dB

1.0 dB/km, 800 MHz*km

0-4 km

1.0 dB/km, 500 MHz*km

0-30 km

0.4 dB/km; 3.5 ps/


(nm*km)

The table below lists the network expansion data concerning 1000BASE-FX fiber
optic ports.
Wave
Length

Fiber

System
Attenuation

Example of Fiber
Optic Line Length

Fiber Data

50/125 m

0-7.5 dB

0-550 m

3.0 dB/km, 400 MHz*km

1310 nm (1) 50/125 m

0-11 dB

0-550 m

1.0 dB/km, 800 MHz*km

M-SFP-SX/LC (MM) 850 nm


M-SFP-LX/LC (MM)

System
Attenuation

62.5/125 m

0-7.5 dB

0-275 m

3.2 dB/km, 200 MHz*km

M-SFP-LX/LC (MM)

1310 nm (1) 62.5/125 m

0-11 dB

0-550 m

1.0 dB/km, 500 MHz*km

M-SFP-LX/LC (SM)

1310 nm

9/125 m

0-11 dB

0-20 km

0.4 dB/km; 3.5 ps/(nm*km)

M-SFP-LH/LC (LH)

1550 nm

9/125 m

6-22 dB

24-72 km

0.25 dB/km; 19 ps/(nm*km)

M-SFP-SX/LC (MM) 850 nm

Note: (1) with fiber optic adapter in accordance with IEEE 802.3-2002 clause 38
(single-mode fiber offset-launch mode conditioning patch cord)

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Technical Data

Power Input and Output


Power Input and
Output List

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The table shows power input and output for the different switch versions.
Version

Power Input

Power Output

TCSESM04, 2 TX Ports

5.3 W

18.1 Btu (IT)/h

TCSESM04, 1 FX Port, 1 TX Port

6.5 W

22.2 Btu (IT)/h

TCSESM04, 2 FX Ports

7.7 W

26.3 Btu (IT)/h

TCSESM08, 2 TX Ports

5.3 W

18.1 Btu (IT)/h

TCSESM08, 1 FX Port, 1 TX Port

6.5 W

22.2 Btu (IT)/h

TCSESM08, 2 FX Ports

7.3 W

26.3 Btu (IT)/h

TCSESM10 (with Gigabit Ports), 2 TX Ports 8.9 W

30.4 Btu (IT)/h

TCSESM10 (with Gigabit Ports), 2 FX Ports 8.3 W

28.4 Btu (IT)/h

TCSESM16, 2 TX Ports

9.4 W

32.1 Btu (IT)/h

TCSESM16, 2 FX Ports

11.8 W

40.3 Btu (IT)/h

TCSESM24, 2 FX Ports

15.5 W

52.9 Btu (IT)/h

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Technical Data

Switches and Accessories


Scope of
Delivery

The delivery comprises:


z
z
z
z

selected switch version


terminal block for supply voltage and signal contact
description and manuals
CD ROM

Order Numbers
Part Number
4 Port Version

8 Port Version

Description
TCSESM043F23F0

4 10/100 TX Managed

TCSESM043F1CU0

3 10/100 TX 1 100 FX-MM Managed

TCSESM043F2CU0

2 10/100 TX 2 100 FX-MM Managed

TCSESM043F1CS0

3 10/100 TX 1 100 FX-SM Managed

TCSESM043F2CS0

2 10/100 TX 2 100 FX-SM Managed

TCSESM083F23F0

8 10/100 TX Managed

TCSESM083F1CU0

7 10/100 TX 1 100 FX-MM Managed

TCSESM083F2CU0

6 10/100 TX 2 100 FX-MM Managed

TCSESM083F1CS0

7 10/100 TX 1 100 FX-SM Managed

TCSESM083F2CS0

6 10/100 TX 2 100 FX-SM Managed

TCSESM083F2CX0

6 10/100 TX 1 100 FX-MM 1 100 FX-SM Managed

16 Port Version

TCSESM163F23F0

16 10/100 TX Managed

TCSESM163F2CU0

14 10/100 TX 2 100 FX-MM Managed

24 Port Version

TCSESM243F2CU0

22 10/100 TX 2 100 FX-MM Managed

Gigabit - 10 Port TCSESM103F23G0


Version
TCSESM103F2LG0

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8 10/100 TX 2 10/100/1000 TX Managed


8 10/100 TX 2 1000 SFP (fiber) Managed
Note: These products ship with open sockets
(SFP) on the fiber ports, so in order to use these
ports, you must order 1, or 2, media modules
shown below.

Fiber Media
Modules

TCSEAAF1LFU00

SFP-SX/LC fiber module for Gigabit

TCSEAAF1LFS00

SFP-LX/LC fiber module for Gigabit

TCSEAAF1LFH00

SFP-LH/LC fiber module for Gigabit

Accessories

TCSEAM0100

Memory Backup Adapter

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Underlying Standards

Standard

Contents of Standard

EN 61000-6-2:2001

Generic standard: immunity for industrial


environments

EN 55022:1998 + A1 2000 + A2-2003 Radio interference characteristics of information


technology equipment

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EN 60950:2001

Safety of information technology equipment

EN 61131-2:200

Programmable logic controllers

EN 50121-4:2000

Railroad applicationsEMC: interference and


immunity of signal and telecommunications
equipment

FCC 46 CFR Part 15:2003

Code of Federal regulations

EN 10155

Declaration (railroad)

EN 61850-3

Communication networks and systems in stations

IEEE 1613

Standard environment and testing requirements for


communication networking devices in electric power
substations

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Agency Approvals

Standards

Contents of Standard

UL 508 / CSA C22.2 No. 142

Safety of industrial control equipment

ISA 12.12.01 / CSA C22.2 No. 213

Electrical equipment for use in Class I and Class II,


Div. 2 and Class III hazardous (classified) locations

Germanischer Lloyd

Classification and construction VI-7-3, part 1,


2003 edition

Certifications
The ESM switches have CE certification.

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