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SIMATIC NET
Industrial Ethernet
Electrical Lean Switch
Installation Instructions
Release 12/2002
A5E00152007
Preface, Contents
Introduction
Functions
Network Topologies
Ports and Displays
Installation
Diagnostics over Industrial
Ethernet
Technical Specifications
Further Support
Notes on the CE Mark
Glossary
Index
References
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    SIMATIC NET Industrial Ethernet Electrical Lean Switch Installation Instructions Release 12/2002 A5E00152007 Preface, Contents Introduction Functions Network Topologies Ports and Displays Installation Diagnostics over Industrial Ethernet Technical Specifications Further Support Notes on the CE Mark Glossary Index References...

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    Classification of Safety-Related Notices This document contains notices which you should observe to ensure your own personal safety, as well as to protect the product and connected equipment. These notices are highlighted in the manual by a warning triangle and are marked as follows according to the level of danger: Danger indicates that death or severe personal injury will result if proper precautions are not...

  • Page 3: A5e00152007

    Trademarks SIMATIC  , SIMATIC NET  and SINEC  are registered trademarks of Siemens AG. Third parties using for their own purposes any other names in this document which refer to trademarks might infringe upon the rights of the trademark owners.

  • Page 4: Consignment

    Preface Purpose of the Installation Instructions These installation instructions support you when commissioning in networks with the Electrical Lean Switch (ELS) . Consignment The ELS includes the following components: ● ELS device ● 3-pin plug-in terminal block ● Fittings (brackets, screws) for wall-mounted installation or installation in a 19"...

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    ELS devices in an Industrial Ethernet network. You can download the electronic version of this network manual from Customer Support on the Internet under entry number 1172207: http://www4.ad.siemens.de/view/cs/de/1172207 Finding Information To help you to find information quickly, the appendix includes the following sections in addition to the table of contents: ●...

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    Personnel Qualification Requirements Only qualified personnel should be allowed to install and work on this equipment. Qualified personnel as referred to in the installation instructions or in the warning notes are defined as persons who are familiar with the installation, assembly, startup and operation of this product and who possess the relevant qualifications for their work, e.g.: ●...

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Contents Introduction... 9 ELS TP40 ... 10 ELS TP40M ... 12 ELS TP80 ... 14 Functions ... 15 Network Topologies ... 17 Network Topologies with ELS TP40 ... 18 Network Topologies with ELS TP40M... 19 Network Topologies with ELS TP80 ... 20 Ports and Displays ...

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    6.3.5 Management Menus ... 60 6.3.6 Switch Information ... 61 6.3.7 IP Address Information ... 63 6.3.8 E-Mail Configuration ... 65 6.3.9 Trap Configuration ... 67 6.3.10 Event Configuration ... 69 6.3.11 Statistic Information ... 70 Diagnostics Using SNMP ... 71 Internet Browser Settings ...

  • Page 9: Introduction

    Introduction With the Electrical Lean Switch ELS product generation, you can set up powerful Fast Ethernet networks with a small number of ports in an industrial environment. Nodes can only be attached to the network over twisted-pair ports; in other words, electrical ports.

  • Page 10: Els Tp40

    ELS TP40 Possible Attachments ● Two RJ-45 jacks for connecting DTEs ● Two ports with insulation-piercing contacts for the direct attachment of IE FastConnect (FC) cables Figure 1: ELS TP40 Industrial Ethernet A5E00152007-03...

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    Two electrical ports (RJ-45 jacks) Two electrical ports with insulation-piercing contacts *The specified IE FC cable lengths are reduced by 10 m if an IE FC outlet is used. Industrial Ethernet A5E00152007-03 Properties of the ELS TP40 10/100 Mbps (half/full duplex) TP connector technology (RJ-45 jack with MDI-X pinning) Max.

  • Page 12: Els Tp40m

    ELS TP40M Possible Attachments ● Two RJ-45 jacks for connecting DTEs ● Two ports with insulation-piercing contacts for the direct attachment of IE FastConnect (FC) cables Figure 2: ELS TP40M Industrial Ethernet A5E00152007-03...

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    Two electrical ports (RJ-45 jacks) Two electrical ports with insulation-piercing contacts *The specified IE FC cable lengths are reduced by 10 m if an IE FC outlet is used. Industrial Ethernet A5E00152007-03 Properties of the ELS TP40M 10/100 Mbps (half/full duplex) TP connector technology (RJ-45 jack with MDI-X pinning) Max.

  • Page 14: Els Tp80

    ELS TP80 Possible Attachments ● Eight RJ-45 jacks for connecting DTEs Figure 3: ELS TP80 Eight electrical ports (RJ-45 jacks) Properties of the ELS TP80 10/100 Mbps (half/full duplex) TP connector technology (RJ-45 jack with MDI-X pinning) Max. cable length 10 m (TP Cord or TP XP Cord) In conjunction with IE FC Outlet RJ-45, a total cable length of a maximum of...

  • Page 15: Functions

    Functions This section provides you with an overview of the functions of the Electrical Lean Switch (ELS) product generation. Industrial Ethernet A5E00152007-03...

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    The Electrical Lean Switches (ELS) allow the cost-effective setup of Ethernet bus or star structures with switching functionality. The ELS switches are intended for use in a switching cubicle. Note If you use an ELS in a redundant OSM/ESM ring, the redundancy function is not supported.

  • Page 17: Network Topologies

    Network Topologies The following network topologies can be implemented with Electrical Lean Switches. Industrial Ethernet A5E00152007-03...

  • Page 18: Network Topologies With Els Tp40

    Network Topologies with ELS TP40 Attachment of individual remotely located DTEs over ELS TP40 to a TP network Figure 4: ELS TP40 Bus Topology Figure 5: ELS TP40 Star Topology Industrial Ethernet A5E00152007-03...

  • Page 19: Network Topologies With Els Tp40m

    Network Topologies with ELS TP40M Attachment of individual remotely located DTEs over ELS TP40M to a twisted-pair network Figure 6: ELS TP40M Bus Topology Figure 7: ELS TP40M Star Topology Industrial Ethernet A5E00152007-03...

  • Page 20: Network Topologies With Els Tp80

    Network Topologies Network Topologies with ELS TP80 Figure 8: ELS TP80 Star Topology Industrial Ethernet A5E00152007-03...

  • Page 21: Ports And Displays

    Ports and Displays This chapter provides you with an overview of the ports and displays of the ELS. Industrial Ethernet A5E00152007-03...

  • Page 22: Ports And Displays Of The Els Tp40

    This prevents malfunctions resulting from mismatching send and receive wires. This makes installation much easier for the user. The Ethernet Switch chips used in the ELS all support the MDI / MDI-X autocrossover function. Industrial Ethernet...

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    Note Ports of partner stations not supporting autonegotiation must be set to 100 Mbps/ half duplex or 10 Mbps half duplex. Industrial Ethernet A5E00152007-03...

  • Page 24: Power Supply

    4.1.2 Power Supply The power supply is connected using a 3-pin plug-in terminal block with a screw locking mechanism. Figure 9: ELS TP40 +24V DC Industrial Ethernet A5E00152007-03...

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    Warning Industrial Ethernet ELS TP40 switches are designed for operation with safety extra-low voltage. This means that only safety extra-low voltages (SELV) complying with IEC950/EN60950/ VDE0805 can be connected to the power supply terminals. The power supply unit to supply the ELS TP40 must comply with NEC Class 2 (voltage range 18 - 32 V, current requirement 150 mA).

  • Page 26: Displays

    4.1.3 Displays Power display (green LED) The status of the power supply is signaled by a green LED: Status lit green Not lit Port status display (green/yellow LEDs) The status of the ports is signaled by four LEDs: Status Port 1 to 4 LED lit green Port 1 to 4 LED lit yellow Meaning Power supply L+ is connected...

  • Page 27: Ports And Displays Of The Els Tp40m

    This prevents malfunctions resulting from mismatching send and receive wires. This makes installation much easier for the user. The Ethernet Switch chips used in the ELS all support the MDI / MDI-X autocrossover function. Industrial Ethernet...

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    Ports and Displays Note Ports of partner stations not supporting autonegotiation must be set to 100 Mbps/ half duplex or 10 Mbps half duplex. Industrial Ethernet A5E00152007-03...

  • Page 29: Power Supply

    4.2.2 Power Supply The power supply is connected using a 3-pin plug-in terminal block with a screw locking mechanism. Figure 10: ELS TP40M Industrial Ethernet A5E00152007-03 +24V DC...

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    Warning Industrial Ethernet ELS TP40M switches are designed for operation with safety extra-low voltage. This means that only safety extra-low voltages (SELV) complying with IEC950/EN60950/ VDE0805 can be connected to the power supply terminals. The power supply unit to supply the ELS TP40M must comply with NEC Class 2 (voltage range 18 - 32 V, current requirement 150 mA).

  • Page 31: Displays

    4.2.3 Displays Power Display (green and red LEDs) The status of the ELS TP40M is indicated by a green and a red LED: Status lit green not lit lit or flashing red Port Status Display (green/yellow LEDs) The status of the ports is signaled by four LEDs: Status Port 1 to 4 LED lit green Port 1 to 4 LED lit yellow...

  • Page 32: Ports And Displays Of The Els Tp80

    This prevents malfunctions resulting from mismatching send and receive wires. This makes installation much easier for the user. The Ethernet Switch chips used in the ELS all support the MDI / MDI-X autocrossover function. Note Ports of partner stations not supporting autonegotiation must be set to 100 Mbps/ half duplex or 10 Mbps half duplex.

  • Page 33: Power Supply

    4.3.2 Power Supply The power supply is connected using a 3-pin plug-in terminal block with a screw locking mechanism. Figure 11: ELS TP80 Warning Industrial Ethernet ELS TP80 switches are designed for operation with safety extra-low voltage. This means that only safety extra-low voltages (SELV) complying with IEC950/EN60950/ VDE0805 can be connected to the power supply terminals.

  • Page 34: Displays

    4.3.3 Displays Power display (green LED) The status of the power supply is signaled by a green LED: Status lit green Not lit Port status display (green/yellow LEDs) The status of the ports is signaled by eight LEDs: Status Port 1 to 8 LED lit green Port 1 to 8 LED lit yellow Port 1 to 8 LED flashes green Meaning...

  • Page 35: Installation And Maintenance

    Installation and Maintenance Industrial Ethernet A5E00152007-03...

  • Page 36: Consignment

    Consignment Unpacking, Checking the Consignment 1. Check that the consignment includes the following components: – ELS device – Mounting brackets, screws and terminal block – Information on the Product – Manual Collection CD 2. Check each component for any damage. Warning Do not install damaged components! Industrial Ethernet...

  • Page 37: Installation

    Installation| There are several ways of installing the ELS: ● Installation on a 35 mm standard rail ● Installation on a SIMATIC S7-300 rail ● Installation in a 19" cabinet (along with other ELS modules in the 19" mounting system) ●...

  • Page 38: Din Rail Mounting

    DIN Rail Mounting Install the ELS on a 35 mm standard rail complying with DIN EN 50022. Fit the ELS on to the rail from above and press in the bottom of the device until the catch engages. Connect the electrical cables and the terminal block for the power supply. Figure 12: Installing the ELS on a DIN Standard Rail Industrial Ethernet A5E00152007-03...

  • Page 39: Release

    Removing from a Standard Rail To remove the ELS from the rail, first disconnect the TP cables and pull off the terminal block. Then pull down the device and release it from the rail. Figure 13. Removing from the Standard Rail Industrial Ethernet A5E00152007-03...

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    Installation on a SIMATIC S7-300 Standard Rail First secure the supplied brackets to the left and right of the ELS. Fit the guide on the top of the ELS casing into the S7 rail. Screw the ELS to the bottom of the standard rail. Figure 14.

  • Page 41: Mounting Din Rail

    Installation in a 19" Cubicle To install in the 19" cubicle, you require the two securing brackets supplied. You can achieve the 19'' width • with 3 ELS devices Follow the steps outlined below: First screw the ELS switches to the supplied mounting plates at the rear. Fit two of the supplied brackets to the sides Secure the devices using the brackets in the 19"...

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    Wall Mounting Please note that the ELS must be grounded with low resistance via the two holding brackets. It is also possible to ground the device suing the PE screw terminal on the terminal block. S7 Standard Rail The device is grounded either via the two mounting brackets or the PE screw terminal on the terminal block.

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    Insert the wires of the IE FC TP cable into the contact cover according to the color code. Press down both contact covers to establish contact with the cores. Close and screw down the cover of the TP ports with insulation piercing contacts. If you do not have an IE FastConnect stripping tool to strip the insulation from the IE FastConnect cable, you can prepare the cable to the lengths shown in Figure 8.

  • Page 44: Maintenance

    Maintenance If a fault develops, please send the module to your SIEMENS service department for repair. The devices cannot be repaired on site. Industrial Ethernet A5E00152007-03...

  • Page 45: Diagnostics Over Industrial Ethernet

    Diagnostics over Industrial Ethernet Industrial Ethernet A5E00152007-03...

  • Page 46: Introduction

    Introduction The ELS has a configuration and diagnostic interface. The device can be configured and its current status displayed using a graphic interface. All configuration or status data is available as MIB objects and can be modified and displayed within the graphic user interface. The ELS has the following configuration functions: ●...

  • Page 47: Configuration

    Configuration The ELS can be configured in the following ways: ● Automatic IP address assignment using DHCP (factory setting) ● Manual IP address assignment 6.2.1 Automatic IP Address Assignment using DHCP (Factory Setting) If a DHCP server is available in the network environment in which the ELS is to be used, the ELS will be automatically assigned the IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway after it is included in the network.

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    "c:\siemens\pst"). 2. You can now start the application in the installation folder (as default this is the folder: "c:\siemens\pst"). Double-click on the "s7wnpstx.exe" file. 3. When you first start the PST, the dialog shown in Figure 6-1 opens. Here, you can see all the available languages.

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    4. Once you have selected the language, the menu shown in Figure 6-2 opens. Select a network adapter with Settings -> Network Adapter. All the network interfaces (maximum of four) found in your system will be listed. Select the network adapter you require by clicking on it. Make sure that you read the information in the "readme"...

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    Windows 2000 – DLC Protocol Installation ● Select Start -> Settings -> Control Panel. ● Click on the "Network and Dial-up Connections" icon. ● From the list of network adapters, select the adapter for which you are going to install the DLC protocol by right clicking on the required network adapter and going to "Properties".

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    User Interface of the PST After starting the PST, the menu shown in Figure 6-3 opens with the various areas. Menu bar Toolbar Component tree Figure 6-3 SIMATIC NET PST - User Interface ● Menu bar Here you can execute individual actions or specify the configuration of PST. The actions available in the menu bar are also possible in the toolbar.

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    Changing the Language Package When you first started the PST, you were asked to select a specific language. You can also change the selected language after this first startup. To change the language, select Settings -> Language. Here you will find a list with all available languages. If the language is displayed in gray, the language package is not available in this PST version.

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    Configuring the ELS To configure an ELS, follow the steps outlined below: 1. Select Network -> Browse in the PST menu. The progress bar found in Figure 6-5 is displayed. Figure 6-5 Progress Bar "Browsing Network". You can also start this action directly by clicking the relevant button (magnifying glass) in the toolbar (see Figure 6-6).

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    2. The component tree now contains a list of all ELS devices that have been found. Select one of the ELS devices in the component tree by double-clicking on it. The folder of this ELS is opened and a further icon appears. Click on this icon. The data of the interface is displayed in the data window (Figure 6-7).

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    ● IP address IP address of the ELS (maximum range per field: 0 to 255). If you enter an invalid IP address, a warning is displayed and the input is rejected. ● Subnet mask Subnet mask of the ELS (maximum range of numbers per field: 0 to 255). ●...

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    4. Start the Web Based Management (WBM) if you require the full range of functions (including settings). Select Module -> Start INC Browser. You can also start this action directly using the appropriate icons in the toolbar (see Figure 6-9). Figure 6-9 Direct Start: "Starting Web Based Management"...

  • Page 57: Web Based Management (wbm)

    Web Based Management (WBM) 6.3.1 General The ELS includes integrated Web-Based Management; in other words, it can be operated using an Internet browser (such as Microsoft Internet Explorer or Netscape). The modules are operated using a Java applet stored on the ELS that is loaded by the browser.

  • Page 58: Access Using Wbm

    [RETURN]. 3. A new window opens and the applet is loaded in it (see Figure 6-10). Figure 6-10 "Start" Window If you click the support or SIEMENS icon, you automatically open the relevant A&D home page. Industrial Ethernet A5E00152007-03...

  • Page 59: User Interface Of The Wbm

    6.3.4 User Interface of the WBM The dialogs of the ELS are made up of a device status field, a menu tree, and a data window. Device status Menu tree Figure 6-11 SIMATIC NET Network Management User Interface of the ELS ●...

  • Page 60: Management Menus

    6.3.5 Management Menus The WBM of the ELS has the following menu structure: Function Switch Info IP Address Info E-Mail Config Trap Config Event Config Statistics Info Table 6-1 Menu Structure of the ELS Web Based Management The menu commands are described in the following sections.

  • Page 61: Switch Information

    6.3.6 Switch Information Clicking the Switch Info menu opens the window shown in Figure 6-12. Figure 6-12 Switch Information Window ● Hardware Version Hardware version of the ELS ● Firmware Version Version of the ELS firmware ● System Contact In this box, you can enter a contact person/address (for example the maintenance engineer) for this device (a maximum of 63 characters).

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    Diagnostics over Industrial Ethernet ● Get Current Values/Set New Values If you click the "Get Current Values" button, you obtain the values currently stored on the ELS. To transfer the entries in this window to the ELS and to save them there, click on "Set New Values".

  • Page 63: Ip Address Information

    6.3.7 IP Address Information Clicking the IP Address Info menu opens the window shown in Figure 6-13. Figure 6-13 IP Address Information Window ● IP Address IP address of the ELS ● Subnet Mask Subnet mask of the ELS ● Default Gateway Displays the IP address of the default gateway.

  • Page 64

    Diagnostics over Industrial Ethernet Note The IP address, the subnet mask, and the default gateway of the ELS can be modified using the PST tool. Automatic IP configuration is possible using DHCP. If the IP address of the ELS is changed, the browser link to the ELS is lost. Close the ELS window in the Internet browser and reconnect to the ELS with the new IP address.

  • Page 65: E-mail Configuration

    6.3.8 E-Mail Configuration Clicking the E-Mail Config menu opens the window shown in Figure 6-14. Figure 6-14 E-Mail Configuration Window When certain faults occur and are detected by the ELS, it can automatically send an E-mail to a selected E-mail address containing an error message in plain language.

  • Page 66

    ● Subject In this field, you can enter a subject for the E-mail (a maximum of 63 characters). ● SMTP Server IP-Address Here, you enter the IP address of the SMTP server via which the E-mail will be sent. Make sure that the ELS can access the SMTP server (maximum range of values per field: 0 to 255).

  • Page 67: Trap Configuration

    6.3.9 Trap Configuration Clicking the Trap Config menu opens the window shown in Figure 6-15. Figure 6-15 Trap Configuration Window If an alarm occurs, the ELS can send traps (alarm messages) to up to two different (network management) stations at the same time. In this menu, you enter the addresses of the stations to which the traps will be sent.

  • Page 68: Ports

    Construction of the Trap report The ELS knows 2 kinds of traps: ● Coldstart ● Change of port status In case of Power On a Coldstart-trap will be sent. If the link-status of a port changes the current contents of the LED-STATUS Re- gister will be sent.

  • Page 69: Event Configuration

    6.3.10 Event Configuration Clicking the Event Config menu opens the window shown in Figure 6-16. Here, you can set link up/down and cold restart events for E-mail and/or trap recipients. Figure 6-16 Event Configuration Window Select, for example, the first box to monitor link up/down events at Port 1 using E- mail.

  • Page 70: Statistic Information

    6.3.11 Statistic Information Clicking the Statistic Information menu opens the window shown in Figure 6-17. The ELS has internal statistical counters that count the number of bad received frames and collisions for each port. The statistical counters have a numeric range from "0 to 65535". An overflow results if this value is exceeded.

  • Page 71: Diagnostics Using Snmp

    Diagnostics Using SNMP With SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol), a network management station can configure and monitor SNMP-compliant nodes such as the ELS. To make this possible, a management agent is installed in the DTE with which the management station exchanges data using SNMP Get and Set requests. The ELS supports SNMP V1.

  • Page 72: Internet Browser Settings

    Internet Browser Settings To use the WBM of the ELS, you must make the correct settings in the Internet browser. This section contains information about setting the Internet browsers listed in the following table and the Java Virtual Machines used. You can use this procedure as the basis for setting other Internet browser versions.

  • Page 73: Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5 Or 6.0

    6.5.1 Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5 or 6.0 1. You can check whether or not you have the update version 5.5 or 6.0 of the Internet Explorer as follows: Open the Internet Explorer and select Help (?) -> About Internet Explorer to open the window shown in Figure 6-18.

  • Page 74

    2. Select Tools -> Internet Options -> Advanced, to open the window shown in Figure 6-19. Figure 6-19 Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 – Advanced Internet Options 3. Make sure that the option "Use Java 2 v1.x.x for <applet>" is selected under the menu point Java (Sun).

  • Page 75

    4. If you use a proxy server that only accepts DNS registered IP addresses and your ELS is not DNS registered, you may need to connect directly to the ELS. To do this, select Tools -> Internet Options -> Connections. The dialog shown in Figure 6-20 opens.

  • Page 76

    Diagnostics over Industrial Ethernet Select the "LAN Settings" button. The dialog shown in Figure 6-21 opens. Figure 6-21 Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 – LAN Settings Industrial Ethernet A5E00152007-03...

  • Page 77

    5. In this window, disable the proxy server by clicking the "Use a proxy server for your LAN" check box or click the "Advance" button to open the dialog shown in Figure 6-22. Here you can enter the addresses for which the proxy server is not used.

  • Page 78: Netscape 6.1 Or 6.2

    6.5.2 Netscape 6.1 or 6.2 In Netscape Communicator, select Edit -> Preferences -> Advanced, to open the window shown in Figure 6-23. Figure 6-23 Netscape 6.2 – Advanced Preferences Window 1. Select "Enable Java" and "Enable JavaScript for Navigator". 2. If you use a proxy server that only accepts DNS registered IP addresses and your ELS is not DNS registered, you may need to connect directly to the ELS.

  • Page 79

    To do this select Edit -> Preferences -> Advanced -> Proxies to open the window shown in Figure 6-24 and set Direct connection to the Internet. Figure 6-24 Netscape 6.2 – Proxy Preferences Window Industrial Ethernet A5E00152007-03...

  • Page 80: Technical Specifications

    Technical Specifications Industrial Ethernet A5E00152007-03...

  • Page 81: Technical Specifications Of The Els Tp40

    The number of ELS switches connected influences the frame propagation time. When a frame passes through the ELS, it is delayed by the Store&Forward func- tion of the switch. with a frame length of 64 bytes by approximately 10 µs with a frame length of 1500 bytes by approximately 130 µs...

  • Page 82

    Operating temperature Storage/transport temperature Relative humidity in operation Operating altitude Noise emission Noise immunity Degree of protection C-TICK Shipbuilding approval Permitted Ambient Conditions/EMC 0°C to +60°C -40°C to +80°C ‹ 95% (no condensation) 2000 m at max. 56 °C ambient temperature 3000 m at max.

  • Page 83

    MTBF Dimensions (W x H x D) in mm Weight in g Installation options ELS TP40 ELS TP40 "Industrial Twisted Pair and Fiber Optic Networks" Manual IE FC Stripping Tool IE FC blade cassettes IE FC TP standard cable IE FC TP trailing cable IE FC TP marine cable Industrial Ethernet A5E00152007-03...

  • Page 84: Technical Specifications Of The Els Tp40m

    The number of ELS switches connected influences the frame propagation time. When a frame passes through the ELS, it is delayed by the Store&Forward func- tion of the switch. with a frame length of 64 bytes by approximately 10 µs with a frame length of 1500 bytes by approximately 130 µs...

  • Page 85

    Aging Time Operating temperature Storage/transport temperature Relative humidity in operation Operating altitude Noise emission Noise immunity Degree of protection C-TICK Shipbuilding approval Industrial Ethernet A5E00152007-03 5 minutes Permitted Ambient Conditions/EMC 0°C to +60°C -40°C to +80°C ‹ 95% (no condensation) 2000 m at max.

  • Page 86

    MTBF Dimensions (W x H x D) in mm Weight in g Installation options ELS TP40M ELS TP40M "Industrial Twisted Pair and Fiber Optic Networks" Manual IE FC Stripping Tool IE FC blade cassettes IE FC TP standard cable IE FC TP trailing cable IE FC TP marine cable MTBF 51 years...

  • Page 87: Technical Specifications Of The Els Tp80

    The number of ELS switches connected influences the frame propagation time. When a frame passes through the ELS, it is delayed by the Store&Forward func- tion of the switch. with a frame length of 64 bytes by approximately 10 µs with a frame length of 1500 bytes by approximately 130 µs...

  • Page 88

    Operating temperature Storage/transport temperature Relative humidity in operation Operating altitude Noise emission Noise immunity Degree of protection C-TICK Shipbuilding approval MTBF Dimensions (W x H x D) in mm Weight in g Installation options ELS TP80 ELS TP80 "Industrial Twisted Pair and Fiber Optic Networks"...

  • Page 89: Further Support

    If you have technical questions about using the described product and your problem is not dealt with in the documentation or in the integrated help system, please contact your Siemens representative or dealer. You will find the addresses: ● in our catalog IK PI ●...

  • Page 90: Hotline

    Mo. to Fr. 7:00 to 17:00 (local time, GMT +1) Phone: +49 - (0) 180 - 5050 - 222 Fax: +49 - (0) 180 - 5050 - 223 E-mail: techsupport@ad.siemens.de America (Johnson City) Mo. to Fr. 8:00 to 19:00 (local time, GMT -5) Phone: Fax: E-mail: Asia and Australia (Singapore) Mo.

  • Page 91

    ● Sample application programs These are charged to the SIMATIC CARD. Internet address: http://www.siemens.de/automation/service&support You can also formulate a question for the SIMATIC Knowledge Manager that will find the solution in the knowledge database. If you are working in an area without an online connection, part of the free information area is available on the "SIMATIC Customer Support Knowledge Base"...

  • Page 92

    Training for SIMATIC NET Who to Contact about Training Courses: Siemens AG Trainings-Center für Automatisierungs- und Antriebstechnik A&D PT 49 Kursbüro Östliche Rheinbrückenstraße 50 76181 Karlsruhe Germany Phone: +49 - (0) 721 - 595 - 2917 Fax: +49 - (0) 721 - 595 - 6087 Internet: http://www.sitrain.com...

  • Page 93: Notes On The Ce Mark

    Notes on the CE Mark Product name: SIMATIC NET SIMATIC NET SIMATIC NET The SIMATIC NET product listed above meets the requirements of the following EU directives: EMC Directive Directive 89/336/EEC “Electromagnetic Compatibility" Area of Application The product is designed for use in an industrial environment: ELS TP40 6GK1102-6AA00 ELS TP40M...

  • Page 94: Installation Guidelines

    If the product is part of the equipment of a machine, it must be included in the procedure for obtaining the declaration of conformity by the manufacture of the machine. Requirements Noise emission EN 50081-2 : 1993 Siemens Aktiengesellschaft Bereich Automatisierungs- und Antriebstechnik Industrielle Kommunikation (A&D PT2) Postfach 4848 D-90327 Nürnberg Noise immunity...

  • Page 95: 10 Glossary

    Autonegotiation Procedure standardized by IEEE 802.3 in which the transmission parameters (for example 10/100 Mbps, full/half duplex) are negotiated automatically between the devices. Autosensing See Autonegotiation Electrical Lean Switch Electrical Switch Module Electromagnetic compatibility FastConnect MDI-X Medium Dependent Interface Crossover RJ-45 jack with network component pinning.

  • Page 96

    Ambient conditions, permitted ... 81, 84, 86 Authorization hotline... 89 Cable lengths, permitted ... 81, 84, 86 Consignment ... 4, 36, 82, 85, 87 Customer Support ... 89 Displays ... 21, 26, 31, 34 Electrical data ... 80, 83, 86 Hotline ...

  • Page 97: 12 References

    12 References SIMATIC NET Industrial Ethernet OSM/ESM Network Management, Release 08/2001 supplied with every device on CD and available at http://www4.ad.siemens.de/view/cs/de/8677203 on the Web. SIMATIC NET Industrial Twisted Pair and Fiber-Optic Networks, Release 05/2001 Order numbers: 6GK1970-1BA10-0AA0 German 6GK1970-1BA10-0AA1 English...

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