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SCALANCE XC100-4OBR
SIMATIC NET
Network components
SCALANCE XC100-4OBR
Operating Instructions
10/2013
C79000-G8976-C297-02
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Introduction
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Safety notes
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Description of the device
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Mounting
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Connection
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Technical data
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Dimension drawings
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Approvals
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  • Page 1 ___________________ SCALANCE XC100-4OBR Introduction ___________________ Safety notes ___________________ Description of the device SIMATIC NET ___________________ Mounting Network components ___________________ SCALANCE XC100-4OBR Connection ___________________ Technical data Operating Instructions ___________________ Dimension drawings ___________________ Approvals 10/2013 C79000-G8976-C297-02...
  • Page 2 Note the following: WARNING Siemens products may only be used for the applications described in the catalog and in the relevant technical documentation. If products and components from other manufacturers are used, these must be recommended or approved by Siemens. Proper transport, storage, installation, assembly, commissioning, operation and maintenance are required to ensure that the products operate safely and without any problems.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Introduction ............................. 5 On the Operating Instructions ......................5 On the product ..........................8 Safety notes ............................11 Description of the device ........................13 View ............................. 13 Purpose ............................14 Installation guidelines ........................17 Areas of application ........................18 Installation guide ..........................
  • Page 4 Table of contents Index ..............................53 SCALANCE XC100-4OBR Operating Instructions, 10/2013, C79000-G8976-C297-02...
  • Page 5: Introduction

    Further documentation The "SIMATIC NET Industrial Ethernet Network Manual" contains information on other SIMATIC NET products that you can operate along with the devices of this product line in an Industrial Ethernet network. There, you will find among other things optical performance data of the communications partner that you require for the installation.
  • Page 6 Go to the required product group and make the following settings: tab "Entry list", Entry type "Manuals" You will find the documentation for the SIMATIC NET products relevant here on the data medium that ships with some products: ● Product CD / product DVD ●...
  • Page 7 Security messages Note For its automation and drives product portfolio, Siemens provides IT security mechanisms to support secure operation of the plant/machine. Our products are continuously being further developed also taking into account the aspect of IT security. We therefore recommend that you regularly check for updates of our products and that you only use the latest versions.
  • Page 8: On The Product

    1.2 On the product On the product Catalogs You will find the order numbers for the Siemens products of relevance here in the following catalogs: ● SIMATIC NET Industrial Communication / Industrial Identification, catalog IK PI ● SIMATIC Products for Totally Integrated Automation and Micro Automation, catalog ST 70 ●...
  • Page 9 Introduction 1.2 On the product Accessories Network cable for connecting the SCALANCE XC100-4OBR to end devices Component Length Order number MM FO connecting cable SC/SC 6XV1843-5EH10-0CC0 MM FO connecting cable SC/BFOC 6XV1843-5EH10-0CB0 MM FO connecting cable SC/LC 6XV1843-5EH10-0CA0 SM FC connecting cable SC/SC 6XV1843-5FH10-0CC0 SM FO connecting cable SC/BFOC 6XV1843-5FH10-0CB0...
  • Page 10 Introduction 1.2 On the product Unpacking and checking WARNING Do not use any parts that show evidence of damage If you use damaged parts, there is no guarantee that the device will function according to the specification. If you use damaged parts, this can lead to the following problems: •...
  • Page 11: Safety Notes

    Safety notes Read the safety notices Note the following safety notices. These relate to the entire working life of the device. You should also read the safety notices relating to handling in the individual sections, particularly in the sections "Installation" and "Connecting up". Safety notices on use in hazardous areas General safety notices relating to protection against explosion WARNING...
  • Page 12 Safety notes SCALANCE XC100-4OBR Operating Instructions, 10/2013, C79000-G8976-C297-02...
  • Page 13: Description Of The Device

    Description of the device View The following figure shows the individual components of the SCALANCE XC100-4OBR. ① Optical connectors ② Connector for redundant power supply L1/M1/M2/L2 ③ Connector for signaling contact F1/F2 ④ Connector for digital input IN/M3 ⑤ "SET" button ⑥...
  • Page 14: Purpose

    Description of the device 3.2 Purpose Purpose Basic function With the optical bypass relay SCALANCE XC100-4OBR, you can activate and deactivate end devices in bus, star and ring structures without interrupting the communication between other network components. If an error occurs, the bypass relay bypasses the connected end device so that the connection in the network is retained.
  • Page 15 Description of the device 3.2 Purpose Bypass mode If the voltage of the end device drops, for example due to a fault or during maintenance, the voltage of the SCALANCE XC100-4OBR also drops. The monitoring voltage is no longer in the set range.
  • Page 16 Description of the device 3.2 Purpose TAP function In bypass mode, a SCALANCE XC100-4OBR with TAP function forwards the received data not only to the neighboring network components. The TAP function has the effect that the data is also sent to the end device. The end device receives and sends data as if it were connected to the network.
  • Page 17: Installation Guidelines

    Note the information on the topic of redundancy in the configuration manuals of the connected devices. You will find the configuration manuals of the SCALANCE X switches on the Internet pages of Siemens Industry Online Support (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/llisapi.dll?func=cslib.csinfo2&aktprim=99&lang= en). Operating the SCALANCE XC100-4OBR in an (R)STP network...
  • Page 18: Areas Of Application

    Description of the device 3.4 Areas of application Areas of application Redundant ring structure with SCALANCE XC100-4OBR with TAP function By using the SCALANCE XC100-4OBR in MRP or HRP rings, ring nodes can be turned on and off without the redundancy manager reacting to the topology change. This, for example, allows maintenance to be performed without reconfiguration of the ring.
  • Page 19 Description of the device 3.4 Areas of application Redundant network with SCALANCE XC100-4OBR By using the SCALANCE XC100-4OBR, network availability can be increased particularly in networks that are not easy to access, for example wind farm networks. If the bypass relay is connected before a network component, the network component can be bypassed by the bypass relay if a problem occurs (e.g.
  • Page 20: Installation Guide

    Description of the device 3.5 Installation guide Installation guide Calculating the cable length The maximum cable length between a SCALANCE XC100-4OBR and a connected network component depends on the optical budget of the transceiver and the attenuation of the bypass relay. To calculate the maximum cable length, you need to deduct the attenuation values from the optical budget of the transceiver.
  • Page 21 Description of the device 3.5 Installation guide Use case 1: A SCALANCE XC100-4OBR is installed between three IE switches Normal operation In normal operation, the network interfaces of the bypass relay (P1 and P2) are connected to the corresponding end device interfaces (P1` and P2`). Network component 1 and the end device and the end device and network component 2 are connected via the bypass relay.
  • Page 22 Description of the device 3.5 Installation guide Bypass mode In bypass mode, the network interfaces of the bypass relay (P1 and P2) are connected together. The network components 1 and 2 are connected via the bypass relay. If two network components are connected via a bypass relay with TAP function, the attenuation in the send and receive direction is the same.
  • Page 23 Description of the device 3.5 Installation guide Use case 2: Two SCALANCE XC100-4OBR devices are installed one after the other Note Due to the available budget, arranging several bypass relays in series is possible only for SCALANCE XC100-4OBR (single mode). Normal operation In normal operation, the network interfaces of the bypass relays (P1 and P2) are connected to the corresponding end device interfaces (P1` and P2`).
  • Page 24 Description of the device 3.5 Installation guide Bypass mode In bypass mode, the network interfaces of the bypass relay (P1 and P2) are connected together. The end device 1 and network component 2 are connected via a bypass relay in normal mode and a bypass relay in bypass mode.
  • Page 25: Set" Button

    Description of the device 3.6 "SET" button "SET" button Information on the "SET" button Position and functions On the front of the SCALANCE XC100-4OBR, there is a "SET" button with which you can control the bypass relay locally. Using the "SET" button, you can display (display mode) or set (configuration mode) the startup time and the monitoring voltage.
  • Page 26 Description of the device 3.6 "SET" button Display mode In display mode, you can see which configuration is currently set. In display mode A, you see the set startup time. In display mode B, you see the set monitoring voltage. Changing to a display mode 1.
  • Page 27 Description of the device 3.6 "SET" button Setting the configuration In the following table, it is assumed that configuration 0 is currently set. 1. To change between the available configurations, press the "SET" button briefly in the relevant configuration mode. Pressing the "SET"...
  • Page 28: Led Displays

    Description of the device 3.7 LED displays LED displays 3.7.1 "Bypass" LED The "Bypass" LED indicates whether or not the SCALANCE XC100-4OBR is in normal or in bypass mode. LED status LED color Meaning Normal operation Orange Bypass mode Flashes Orange Waiting for the startup time 3.7.2...
  • Page 29: Leds "S1" And "S2

    Description of the device 3.7 LED displays 3.7.3 LEDs "S1" and "S2" Meaning in display and configuration mode A In display and configuration mode A, the LEDs "S1" and "S2" indicate the configuration of the startup time. Pressing the "SET" button Configuration Startup time "S1"...
  • Page 30: Leds "L1" And "L2

    Description of the device 3.7 LED displays 3.7.4 LEDs "L1" and "L2" The "L1" and "L2" LEDs indicate the current range of the power supply at connectors "L1" and "L2". The colors of the "L1" and "L2" LEDs have the following significance: ●...
  • Page 31: Mounting

    Mounting Safety notices for installation Safety notices When installing the device, keep to the safety notices listed below. WARNING If a device is operated in an ambient temperature of more than 60 ℃, the temperature of the device housing may be higher than 70 °C. The device must therefore be installed so that it is only accessible to service personnel or users that are aware of the reason for restricted access and the required safety measures at an ambient temperature higher than 60 ℃.
  • Page 32: Types Of Installation

    Mounting 4.2 Types of installation Safety notices when using the device according to ATEX If you use the device under ATEX conditions you must also keep to the following safety notices in addition to the general safety notices for protection against explosion: WARNING To comply with EU Directive 94/9 (ATEX95), this enclosure must meet the requirements of at least IP54 in compliance with EN 60529.
  • Page 33: Mounting On Din Rails

    Mounting 4.3 Mounting on DIN rails Mounting on DIN rails Installation WARNING Danger of injury by falling objects The 35 mm DIN rail does not provide adequate support in shipping or when there is severe vibration (> 10 g). When used under these conditions, the device can detach itself and may cause injury to persons.
  • Page 34 Mounting 4.3 Mounting on DIN rails Removal To remove the device from a DIN rail, follow the steps below: 1. Disconnect all connected cables. 2. Release the DIN rail catch on the bottom of the device using a screwdriver. 3. Pull lower part of the device away from the DIN rail. SCALANCE XC100-4OBR Operating Instructions, 10/2013, C79000-G8976-C297-02...
  • Page 35: Installation On A Standard S7-300 Rail

    Mounting 4.4 Installation on a standard S7-300 rail Installation on a standard S7-300 rail Installing on an S7-300 standard rail Figure 4-2 S7-300 standard rail mounting To install the device on an S7-300 standard rail, follow the steps below: 1. Place the second housing guide of the device on the top edge of the standard rail. 2.
  • Page 36: Installation On A Standard S7-1500 Rail

    Mounting 4.5 Installation on a standard S7-1500 rail Installation on a standard S7-1500 rail Installing on an S7-1500 standard rail Figure 4-3 S7-1500 standard rail mounting To install the device on an S7-1500 standard rail, follow the steps below: 1. Place the first housing guide of the device on the top edge of the standard rail. 2.
  • Page 37: Connection

    Connection Safety when connecting up Safety notices When connecting up the device, keep to the safety notices listed below. WARNING The equipment is designed for operation with Safety Extra-Low Voltage (SELV) by a Limited Power Source (LPS). This means that only SELV / LPS complying with IEC 60950-1 / EN 60950-1 / VDE 0805-1 must be connected to the power supply terminals.
  • Page 38: Spring-Loaded Terminal

    Connection 5.2 Spring-loaded terminal Safety notices when using the device according to ATEX If you use the device under ATEX conditions you must also keep to the following safety notices in addition to the general safety notices for protection against explosion: WARNING Take measures to prevent transient voltage surges of more than 40% of the rated voltage.
  • Page 39: Power Supply

    Connection 5.3 Power supply Power supply Information on the power supply ● The "L1" and "L2" LEDs indicate the current range of the power supply, see the section "LEDs "L1" and "L2" (Page 30)". ● The power supply is connected using a 4-pin plug-in terminal block (spring-loaded terminal).
  • Page 40: Signaling Contact

    Connection 5.4 Signaling contact Signaling contact Information on the signaling contact ● The signaling contact is a floating switch with which you can output the mode. The signaling contact must be operated within the range of the operating voltage. When the bypass relay is in bypass mode, it closes the signaling contact. If the bypass relay is in normal mode, the signaling contact is open.
  • Page 41: Digital Input

    Connection 5.5 Digital input Digital input Information on the digital input ● The digital input is a floating switch. Using the digital input, you can use digital control to change between normal and bypass mode. The change to normal mode does not involve any delay.
  • Page 42: Optical Connectors

    Connection 5.6 Optical connectors Optical connectors Information on optical connectors The SCALANCE XC100-4OBR has 4 fiber-optic interfaces. Two of the interfaces (P1 and P2) are used to connect the device to the ring or bus structure of the network. The two other interfaces (P1' and P2') are used to connect an end device.
  • Page 43: Technical Data

    Technical data Validity Unless indicated otherwise, the information applies to all variants of the SCALANCE XC100-4OBR. Technical specifications Electrical data Power Voltage range 12 V to 48 V Design Terminal block, 4 terminals Cable cross-section 0,75 ... 2.5 mm² (18-12 AWG) Properties Implemented redundantly Current consumption...
  • Page 44 Technical data Technical specifications Design, dimensions and weight Degree of protection IP20 Weight 550 g Dimensions (W x H x D) 50 x 140 x 125 mm Installation options Installation on a DIN rail • Installation on an S7-300 standard rail •...
  • Page 45: Dimension Drawings

    Dimension drawings Note Dimensions are specified in mm. Front view SCALANCE XC100-4OBR Operating Instructions, 10/2013, C79000-G8976-C297-02...
  • Page 46 Dimension drawings Side view SCALANCE XC100-4OBR Operating Instructions, 10/2013, C79000-G8976-C297-02...
  • Page 47 Dimension drawings From above SCALANCE XC100-4OBR Operating Instructions, 10/2013, C79000-G8976-C297-02...
  • Page 48 Dimension drawings SCALANCE XC100-4OBR Operating Instructions, 10/2013, C79000-G8976-C297-02...
  • Page 49: Approvals

    EN 61000-6-2 : 2005 WARNING Personal injury and property damage can occur The installation of expansions that are not approved for SIMATIC NET products or their target systems may violate the requirements and regulations for safety and electromagnetic compatibility. Only use expansions that are approved for the system.
  • Page 50 ● You can always find the latest documentation on the Internet The current descriptions of the currently available products can always be found on the Internet under the specified entry IDs/Internet pages: – SIMATIC NET Industrial Ethernet Network manual ID = 27069465 (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/27069465) – EMC Installation Guideline, Planning Guide ID = 60612658 (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/60612658)
  • Page 51 Approvals ATEX (explosion protection directive) WARNING When using SIMATIC NET products in hazardous area zone 2, make absolutely sure that the associated conditions in the following document are adhered to: "Use of subassemblies/modules in a Zone 2 Hazardous Area". This document can be found on the CD that ships with the device or on the Internet at the following URL: http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/...
  • Page 52 Approvals cULus Approval for Information Technology Equipment cULus Listed I. T. E. Underwriters Laboratories Inc. complying with ● UL 60950-1 (Information Technology Equipment) ● CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1-03 Report no. E115352 cULus Approval Hazardous Location cULus Listed I. T. E. FOR HAZ. LOC. Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
  • Page 53 Index Accessories, 9 Installation Area of application, 18 Installation on a DIN rail, 33 Attenuation, 16, 20 Installation on a standard rail, 35, 36 Installation guide, 17 Installation on a DIN rail, 33 Installation on a standard rail, 35, 36 Bypass mode, 15, 28, 41 Bypass relay, 5, 14 Bypass, 28...
  • Page 54 Use in hazardous areas, 11, 31, 37 when connecting up, 37 SET button, 13, 25, 28 Setup guide, 21 Signaling contact, 13, 40 SIMATIC NET glossary, 6 Spring-loaded terminal, 8, 38 Startup time, 8, 15, 18, 26, 28, 43 TAP function, 16, 18 Transceiver, 9, 20...

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