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6F8C0942
Integrated ControllerVseries Information
and Control Network Module
TC-net 100 Installation and Wiring Manual
Apr. 16, 2002
TOSHIBA CORPORATION

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  • Page 1 6F8C0942 Integrated ControllerVseries Information and Control Network Module TC-net 100 Installation and Wiring Manual Apr. 16, 2002 TOSHIBA CORPORATION...
  • Page 2 Important Information No patent liability is assumed by TOSHIBA Corporation with respect to use of information, illustrations, circuits, equipment or examples of application in this publication. TOSHIBA Corporation reserves the right to make changes and improvements to this publication and/or related products at any time without notice.
  • Page 3 Safety Precautions This manual contains important information for the operator to operate this product safely and correctly and avoid bodily injury and property damage. Grasp the meanings of the following marks and their descriptions before reading this manual. Hazard Classifications Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, WARNING could result in serious injury or death.
  • Page 4 1. Checking the Warning Labels on the Main Unit Make sure warning markings are attached on the main unit. If any of them are missing or the wording is illegible, contact Toshiba's Service Department. 2. Precautions on Installation WARNING Mandatory Be sure to ground the equipment.
  • Page 5 3. Safety Precautions on Maintenance and inspection WARNING Mandatory Mandatory Turn off power removing or connecting any Turn off power removing any modules after modules, boards, or devices. installing. Otherwise, it can cause electrical shock, or Otherwise, exposed conductive parts of wire machine damage.
  • Page 6 User's manual. beyond normal range or if failure is occurred Otherwise, it can cause malfunction, machine in the equipment. damage or fire due to overheat. Contact Toshiba for repairing. Operation under such situation can cause fire or electrical shock. CAUTION Forbidden...
  • Page 7 Forbidden Forbidden Do not disassemble or modify the equipment. Do not enter wire scrapes or other foreign Otherwise, it can cause malfunction or failure. debris into the equipment. Also, do not insert metal parts into them. They can cause fire or accidents. 6.
  • Page 8 Toshiba is not liable for any incidental loss caused by the use or non-use of this product, such as loss of business profits, suspension of business, or loss or change of data on memory.
  • Page 9 Preface The TOSHIBA Integrated Controller V Series is a new integrated control system designed for the open rightsizing age. The control technology and computer technology advanced over many years were combined with a standard multivender network and simple engineering package software to achieve an easy-to-use open system.
  • Page 10 If the ambient temperature or the internal temperature of the equipment has arisen too high, or if the equipment has developed a fault, stop using it, switch power off, and contact the nearest Toshiba service station. Do not open the case of the equipment while it is in operation except when setting the switches.
  • Page 11: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS 1 TC-net 100 Network Configuration ..1 1.1 TC-net 100 System Configuration ....3 1.1.1 Restrictions on transmission line extension ..3 1.1.2 Maximum network configuration .
  • Page 12 CONTENTS 7 At the End of Wiring ....43 A Specifications ..... 45 A.1 TC-net 100 Transmission Specifications .
  • Page 13: Tc-Net 100 Network Configuration

    Chapter 1 TC-net 100 Network Configuration The information and control network TC-net 100 of the Integrated Controller V Series permits selection of a system using optical fiber cables or a system using twisted-pair cables. An optical fiber cable system employs optical TC-net 100 modules and optical shared hub units connected with optical fiber cables having an MT-RJ connector to form a network.
  • Page 14 Chapter 1 TC-net 100 Network Configuration A twisted-pair cable system employs electrical TC-net 100 modules and electrical shared hub units connected with enhanced category 5 STP (shielded twisted-pair) cables having an RJ connector to form a network. Higher-Level Information Trunk LAN (General Ethernet) .
  • Page 15: Tc-Net 100 System Configuration

    1.1 TC-net 100 System Configuration 1.1 TC-net 100 System Configuration Examples of TC-net 100 transmission line configuration are described in this section. 1.1.1 Restrictions on transmission line extension • The optical shared hub unit permits connection of 8 channels of MT-RJ optical connector ports and 1 channel of RJ45 modular connector port.
  • Page 16: Maximum Network Configuration

    Chapter 1 TC-net 100 Network Configuration 1.1.2 Maximum network configuration Maximum inter-station distance: 8 km  M O Stackable connection: 3 units maximum 8 optical ports 1 electrical port 7 6 0 *   # 7 6 0 *   7 6 0 *   7 6 0 *   $ 7 6 0 *  ...
  • Page 17: Tc-Net 100 Cabling (Optical Fiber Cable)

    Chapter 2 TC-net 100 Cabling (Optical Fiber Cable) 2.1 Optical Fiber Cabling Connect optical fiber cables for optical TC-net 100 transmission. Connect one TC-net 100 module to another with an optical fiber cord inside the Integrated Controller cabinet. To connect one Integrated Controller cabinet to another, use optical fiber cables. Optical fiber cables may also be used for cabling from one building to another.
  • Page 18 • In a system of dual transmission line configuration, correctly wire TN-A and TN-B. After wir- ing them, check that they have been correctly connected. • If errors or defects have developed, contact your nearest TOSHIBA service office. TC-net 100 Installation and Wiring Manual...
  • Page 19: Optical Transmission Line Installation

    2.1 Optical Fiber Cabling 2.1.1 Optical transmission line installation Install optical fiber cables as follows: Optical shared hub unit Optical shared hub unit Splice box Optical fiber cord with MT-RJ connector at one end Optical fiber cables Twisted-pair cable for maintenance Splice box TC-net 100...
  • Page 20: Wiring Inside The Cabinet

    Chapter 2 TC-net 100 Cabling (Optical Fiber Cable) 2.2 Wiring Inside the Cabinet An example of wiring inside the cabinet using optical fiber cords is described below. Caution • In a system of dual transmission line configuration using TC-net 100 dual modules, connect the TN-A of each TC-net 100 module to the line-A transmission line and the TN-B of it to the line-B transmission line.
  • Page 21 2.2 Wiring Inside the Cabinet (3) Using an optical fiber cable with SC connectors Connect an optical fiber cord, which has an MT-RJ connector and SC connector, to a TC-net 100 module in the cabinet with its MT-RJ connector. Connect the SC connector to the aligner.
  • Page 22 Chapter 2 TC-net 100 Cabling (Optical Fiber Cable) • Clamp the cables so that the connectors will be free of the cable weight and the force of cable bends. • After wiring, check that the cables satisfy the allowable bending radius requirements specified in Table 2-1 Allowable Cable Bending Radiuses on page 10.
  • Page 23: Tc-Net 100 Cabling (Twisted-Pair Cable)

    Chapter 3 TC-net 100 Cabling (Twisted-Pair Cable) 3.1 Twisted-Pair Cabling Connect twisted-pair cables for TC-net 100 transmission. Connect category 5 twisted- pair cables to the TC-net 100 modules in the cabinet. If an electrical shared hub unit is installed in the same cabinet, connect the twisted-pair cable from the TC-net 100 module to the port of the hub unit, and connect a trunk cable to another port for external wiring.
  • Page 24 Integrated Controller. The wrong ground- ing will cause transmission errors. (Refer to Chapter 4 Installation and Wiring of TC-net 100 Parts and Chapter 6 Grounding.) • If errors or defects have developed, contact your nearest TOSHIBA service office. TC-net 100 Installation and Wiring Manual...
  • Page 25: Twisted-Pair Cable Transmission Line Installation

    3.1 Twisted-Pair Cabling 3.1.1 Twisted-pair cable transmission line installation Install twisted-pair cables as follows: Category 5 twisted-pair straight cables with RJ45 modular connector at both ends and shield Category 5 twisted-pair straight cables with RJ45 modular connector at both ends Electrical shared hub unit Electrical shared hub unit Electrical shared hub unit...
  • Page 26 Chapter 3 TC-net 100 Cabling (Twisted-Pair Cable) Category 5 UTP cable with Category 5 STP cable with RJ45 RJ45 connector at both ends modular connector at both ends < 100m Cabinet < 30m Category 5 UTP cable with RJ45 connector at both ends Ferrite core (Attach it to station.) Cabinet Category 5 UTP cable with RJ45...
  • Page 27 3.1 Twisted-Pair Cabling Cable Installation Do not bend cables to less than the minimum bending radius. The allowable cable bending radiuses are shown in Table 3-1 Allowable Cable Bending Radiuses on page 15. After cable installation, clamp the cables so that the connectors will be free of the cable load.
  • Page 29: Installation And Wiring Of Tc-Net 100 Parts

    Chapter 4 Installation and Wiring of TC-net 100 Parts Warning • Before starting connecting the cables, make sure that power has been switched off. Other- wise, there is the danger of electric shock. • Carefully read the User's Manual supplied with the product before starting your work. •...
  • Page 30 • If power noise is likely to be generated, use a noise filter in the power line of the transmission parts. • If errors or defects have developed, contact your nearest TOSHIBA service office. TC-net 100 Installation and Wiring Manual...
  • Page 31: Installation And Wiring Of Optical Shared Hub Unit

    4.1 Installation and Wiring of Optical Shared Hub Unit 4.1 Installation and Wiring of Optical Shared Hub Unit The TC-net 100 optical transmission line uses optical shared hub units to connect TC-net 100 nodes. Fasten the optical shared hub units to the cabinet. Observe the allowable cable bending radius requirements and clamp the cables after wiring.
  • Page 32 Chapter 4 Installation and Wiring of TC-net 100 Parts Example of Connection UTP cross cable with modular connector (SNMP cable) between lines A and B UTP cable with modular connector Connectable to only one personal computer for maintenance Stacking cable with 50-pin Amphenol UTP cable with Optical fiber cord with MT-RJ comb connector...
  • Page 33: Optical Fiber Cable Connection

    4.1 Installation and Wiring of Optical Shared Hub Unit 4.1.1 Optical fiber cable connection Connect optical fiber cables with MT-RJ connector to optical connectors (FX1 to FX8). (1) Remove the dust cover from the optical port to connect. Hold the dust cover with fingers, and press it till the latch on top clicks.
  • Page 34: Twisted-Pair Cable Connection

    Chapter 4 Installation and Wiring of TC-net 100 Parts 4.1.2 Twisted-pair cable connection Connect twisted-pair cables to the RJ modular connectors (TX-0, DUAL MENT). (1) Remove the dust cover from the modular connector to connect. Hook the top edge of the dust cover with a fingernail, and pull it out.
  • Page 35: Stacking Cable Connection

    4.1 Installation and Wiring of Optical Shared Hub Unit 4.1.3 Stacking cable connection If the master shared hub units (UTNH21A, UTNH21B) alone are short of ports, slave optical shared hub units (UTNH22) may be stacked using the 50-pin stacking cable (23 cm) supplied with the UTNH22.
  • Page 36 Chapter 4 Installation and Wiring of TC-net 100 Parts (3) To disconnect the stacking cable, hold the connector by the latches on both sides, and pull out the cable. Optical shared hub unit Stacking connector Stacking cable Figure 4-8 Disconnecting Stacking Cable TC-net 100 Installation and Wiring Manual...
  • Page 37: Ac Power Cable Connection

    4.1 Installation and Wiring of Optical Shared Hub Unit 4.1.4 AC Power cable connection AC power (95 VAC to 250 VAC, 50/60 Hz) is received from an external source through the 3P inlet. (1) Insert the supplied AC power cable into the 3P inlet of the optical shared hub unit. Do not supply power in this process.
  • Page 38: Installation And Wiring Of Electrical Shared Hub Unit

    Chapter 4 Installation and Wiring of TC-net 100 Parts 4.2 Installation and Wiring of Electrical Shared Hub Unit To install a hub, fasten it to the cabinet. Observe the allowable cable bending radius requirements, and clamp the cables after connection. Caution •...
  • Page 39: Installation And Wiring Of Relay Connector Unit

    4.3 Installation and Wiring of Relay Connector Unit 4.3 Installation and Wiring of Relay Connector Unit Fasten the relay connector unit to the cabinet. Observe the allowable cable bending radius requirements, and clamp the cables after connection. Connect the inside cubicle cable (UTP cable) from a TC-net 100 module or hub unit to one side of the relay connector unit, and the outside cubicle cable (STP cable) from other station to the other side of the unit.
  • Page 41: External Wiring (Twisted-Pair Cable)

    Chapter 5 External Wiring (Twisted-Pair Cable) Warning • Before starting connecting the cables, make sure that power has been switched off. Other- wise, there is the danger of electric shock. • Carefully read the User's Manual supplied with the product before starting your work. •...
  • Page 42 Class D grounding. • This grounding must be independent of the grounding of transmission lines (twisted-pair cables and transmission parts). • If errors or defects have developed, contact your nearest TOSHIBA service office. TC-net 100 Installation and Wiring Manual...
  • Page 43: Trunk Cabling (Twisted-Pair Cable)

    5.1 Trunk Cabling (Twisted-Pair Cable) 5.1 Trunk Cabling (Twisted-Pair Cable) Outside the cubicle means in principle the space from a trunk cable to a relay unit. The method of installing trunk cables is described here. 5.1.1 Installation environment and applicable work Installation of trunk cables should be done as appropriate to the environment.
  • Page 44: Installation Without Piping

    Chapter 5 External Wiring (Twisted-Pair Cable) 5.1.2 Installation without piping • For cable protection, either pass the cables through a floor duct or use a wire protector cable cover. In this case, do not lay them together with wires or cables carrying high current or high voltage.
  • Page 45: Separation From Other Cables

    5.2 Separation from Other Cables 5.2 Separation from Other Cables Normally, separate the trunk cables 2 meters away from the power lines and other devices which produce a magnetic field or an electric field. If it is difficult to separate them by a space of 2 meters, observe the figures given relative to the actual voltages and amperages of the sources of induction in Table 5-2.
  • Page 46 Chapter 5 External Wiring (Twisted-Pair Cable) Place a steel-made separator in a cable duct and separate the power cables from the trunk cables as shown in figure 5-2. Metal cable duct Trunk cables Power cables Separator (Instrumentation power cable, solenoid valve, operating signal line, etc.) Figure 5-2 Example of Cabling through a Duct In installing cables in a pit, use a separator as used in cabling through a duct as shown in...
  • Page 47: Grounding

    Chapter 6 Grounding Grounding is absolutely necessary to protect the operators and maintenance personnel from electric shock and prevent equipment malfunction. Warning • Before starting grounding, make sure that power has been switched off. Otherwise, there is the danger of electric shock. Caution •...
  • Page 48 • If power noise is likely to be generated, use a noise filter in the power line of the transmission parts, and ground it to the grounding terminal exclusive to the Integrated Controller. • If errors or defects have developed, contact your nearest TOSHIBA service office. TC-net 100 Installation and Wiring Manual...
  • Page 49: Grounding Twisted-Pair Cable Transmission Lines

    6.1 Grounding Twisted-Pair Cable Transmission Lines 6.1 Grounding Twisted-Pair Cable Transmission Lines Ground twisted-pair cable transmission lines using a relay connector unit. Pull out the grounding wire (2 mm or more) from the relay connector unit and connect it to the ground. Category 5 twisted-pair straight shielded cable with RJ45 modular connector at both ends Category 5 twisted-pair straight cable...
  • Page 50 Chapter 6 Grounding TC-net 100 Installation and Wiring Manual...
  • Page 51 6.1 Grounding Twisted-Pair Cable Transmission Lines Grounding of a twisted-pair cable transmission way is performed as follows. É Ê A hub is attached in a case and it connects with grounding of a case. Or a grounding line 2mm or more is connected to a hub (refer to the following clause). É...
  • Page 52: Grounding Transmission Parts

    Chapter 6 Grounding 6.2 Grounding Transmission Parts Ground the transmission parts (optical shared hub units, electrical shared hub units) by class D grounding as follows: The Class D grounding exclusive to transmission parts is recommended. 6.2.1 Grounding hubs In grounding the hubs, either share the grounding pole exclusive to the Integrated Controller, or prepare a grounding pole exclusive to the transmission parts.
  • Page 53: Preparing Grounding Exclusive To Transmission Lines 4

    6.3 Preparing Grounding Exclusive to Transmission Lines 6.3 Preparing Grounding Exclusive to Transmission Lines Caution • If the cabinet is of the grounding (Class D) exclusive to the Integrated Controller, it can be grounded common to the transmission parts, but if there is the mixed presence of cabinet grounding and other equipment grounding, use the Class D grounding exclusive to the trans- mission lines.
  • Page 54 Cabinet 筐体 Integrated Controller 統合コントローラ Line noise ラインノイズ filter フィルタ Transmission Line noise ラインノイズ 伝送用品 parts: Hubs, filter フィルタ ( リピータ 、 ハブ 等) etc. Modular 引込端子 Lead-in terminal 引込端子 connector Class D grounding exclusive to 伝送用品専用のD種接地 Class D grounding exclusive to Integrated 統合コントローラ専用のD種接地...
  • Page 55: At The End Of Wiring

    Chapter 7 At the End of Wiring After cabling is finished, check the following and take the necessary steps for protection from dust. • Check the cable numbers and connector numbers that they agree with those shown in the drawings. •...
  • Page 57: A Specifications

    Appendix A Specifications A.1 TC-net 100 Transmission Specifications Table A-1 Ethernet Transmission Specifications Item Specifications Media access DOMA (Deterministic Ordered Multiple Access) Transmission rate 100 Mbps Topology Star type Transmission line Single bus (future) Dual bus Transmission cable, cable • Optical fiber cable: 2 km length (extendable up to 8 km using laser light emitting diodes and optical fiber single mode)
  • Page 58: Environment Specifications

    Appendix A Specifications A.2 Environment Specifications Table A-2 Environment Specifications Item Specifications Working temperature range 0 to 55 (Product ambient temperature) Working humidity range 10 to 95% RH (without condensation) Storage temperature range -25 to 70 Storage humidity range 5 to 95% RH (without condensation) Source voltage range 95 to 250 VAC (50/60 Hz) Dust...
  • Page 59: Transmission Loss

    Appendix B Checking Optical Fiber Cables for Transmission Loss Measure the optical power to check the spliced joints and aligned joints and to detect transmission loss errors due to dirty optical connector end faces, etc., following the steps below. Have the following ready for this purpose. •...
  • Page 61: C Cleaning Procedure For Optical Connectors

    Appendix C Cleaning Procedure for Optical Connectors Optical connectors are extremely susceptible to dirt. If a dirty optical connector is kept in use, it will be damaged on the end face, and be unable to continue normal operation. The method of cleaning optical connectors is described here. Have the following ready for cleaning optical connectors.
  • Page 62: Items To Be Ready

    Appendix C Cleaning Procedure for Optical Connectors C.1 Items to Be Ready (Note 1) • Lens cleaning paper and cotton swab (Note 2) • Acetone (Note 3) • Container for acetone or other solvent Note 1: Use it to clean optical connector plugs. A special kind of cotton swab is used to clean optical connector adaptors.
  • Page 63: Cleaning Optical Connector Plugs

    C.2 Cleaning Optical Connector Plugs Clean optical connector plugs, particularly, the end face shown in figure C-2. End face Figure C-2 Optical Connector Plug Steps of Cleaning (1) Fold lens cleaning paper into three parts. Figure C-3 Plug Cleaning Step (1) (2) Apply the solvent (acetone) to the lens cleaning paper.
  • Page 64 Appendix C Cleaning Procedure for Optical Connectors (3) Hold the acetone-wet lens cleaning paper on the end face of the optical connector plug, and rub it clean as if by scratching with the thumbnail. Rub it hard so a rubbing sound may be heard. Figure C-5 TC-net 100 Installation and Wiring Manual...
  • Page 65: Cleaning Optical Connector Adaptors

    C.3 Cleaning Optical Connector Adaptors Clean the optical connector adaptor, particularly, the inner walls of the joint shown in figure C-6 and the opposite plug end face. Figure C-6 Optical Connector Adaptor Steps of Cleaning (1) Apply the solvent (acetone) to a special cotton swab. Figure C-7 Adaptor Cleaning Step (1) (2) Insert the acetone-wet special cotton swab into the adaptor, and clean it by turning the swab.
  • Page 66: Notes

    Appendix C Cleaning Procedure for Optical Connectors C.4 Notes • Precautions for safety and sanitation • Observe the following precautions in cleaning the optical connectors. Caution • Keep the eyes and mouth free of the solvent. • Ventilate the place when using acetone. •...
  • Page 67: D Transmission Parts

    Appendix D Transmission Parts Carefully read the User's Manual supplied with the product for the instructions for handling the individual parts. 6F8C0942...
  • Page 68: List Of Transmission Parts

    Appendix D Transmission Parts D.1 List of Transmission Parts A list of the TC-net 100 transmission parts are shown in Table D-1 List of Transmission Parts on page 56. Table D-1 List of Transmission Parts Item Model (Drawing No.) Description Drop cable ZCA101A***1 Inside cubicle cable...
  • Page 69 List of Parts TC-net 100 transmission parts are shown below. Relay Connector Unit UCNE1 (Drop-Trunk cable conversion unit) This unit is used to connect a drop cable(UTP cable) to a trunk cable(STP cable). To drop cable Modular connector adaptor Grounding wire (2 mm or more) To trunk cable 中継コネクタユニットで...
  • Page 70 Appendix D Transmission Parts Optical Shared Hub Units (UTNH21A, UTNH21B, UTNH22) These hub units are necessary for constituting a TC-net 100 optical transmission line. Connect TC-net 100 nodes (optical) with optical fiber cables. AC LINE     R Q T V 1 R V K E C N 5 J C T G F * 7 $ R Q T V 1 R V K E C N 5 J C T G F * 7 $ / C U V G T # / C U V G T #...
  • Page 71: E Transmission Cables

    Appendix E Transmission Cables The transmission cables used for transmission lines are described below. Category 5 Twisted-Pair Straight Cable without Shield (UTP Cable) ZCA101A***1 This cable is used for wiring in a room (operator room, for example) or in a cabinet. In particular, it is used for wiring between a TC-net 100 module and a hub.
  • Page 72 Appendix E Transmission Cables Category 5 Twisted-Pair Straight Cable with Shield (STP Cable) ZCA109A***1 This cable is used for trunk cabling. In particular, it is used for wiring one cabinet to another. • Connector used: RJ-45 connector • Cable shape Cable length Figure E-2 10BASE-T Twisted Pair Cable •...
  • Page 73 Category 5 Twisted-Pair Cross Cable (UTP Cable) ZCA********** This cable is used for wiring in a room (operator room, for example) or in a cabinet. In particular, it is used for connecting one hub to another. • Connector used: RJ-45 connector •...
  • Page 74 Appendix E Transmission Cables Optical Fiber Cable Use Toshiba-recommended optical fiber cables or equivalents for the TC-net 100. The cables to be used are a non-metallic type, normally with 5 cores, including 1 spare core. For your reference, the structure and characteristics of a Toshiba-recommended optical fiber cable manufactured by Showa Electric Wire &...
  • Page 75 Optical Fiber Cord with MT-RJ Connector (with one side connector) ZCA403A***1 (with both sides connector) ZCA404A***1 It is used for the connection in the board of an optical module. • use connector MT-RJ connector • cable form Figure E-5 optical fiber cord •...
  • Page 76 Appendix E Transmission Cables TC-net 100 Installation and Wiring Manual...
  • Page 77: F Emc Instructions

    Appendix F EMC Instructions The TOSHIBA Integrated Controller V Series conforms to the EMC instructions (89/333/ EEC), provided that it is properly installed. Install it as appropriate according to the following instructions. 6F8C0942...
  • Page 78: Precautions For Installation

    Appendix F EMC Instructions F.1 Precautions for Installation Grounding The grounding wire for a connector unit must be as short as possible (less than 5 cm) and be connected to the metal part of the chassis. I/O Cable Shielding The digital I/O cables must be bundled and shielded with the mesh shielding jacket (made by Kitagawa Industries, Ltd., of part No.
  • Page 79: Summary Of Emc Instructions

    F.2 Summary of EMC Instructions (1) Standards: EN50081-2, EN50082-2 (2) EMC evaluation items and standards Table F-1 EMC Evaluation Items and Standards Evaluation Item Unit Specified Test Value Basic Standard Judging Criteria Radiated interference 30 to 230 EN55011 Class A field strength dBuV/m at30m 230 to 1000...
  • Page 80: Judging Criteria

    Appendix F EMC Instructions F.3 Judging Criteria The judging criteria A and B in Table F-1 EMC Evaluation Items and Standards are defined as follows: (1) Criteria A During the test Analog accuracy deviations: Less than 1% After the test Operation and performance shall be normal without user intervention.
  • Page 81: G Parts Life Versus Installation Environment

    Appendix G Parts Life versus Installation Environment Some parts vary in service life depending on the ambient temperature and other environmental conditions. The service life of the parts used in TC-net 100 systems applies in cases where they are used at the recommended operating temperature of 25±10 If the annual average temperature of the place where the product is installed is above the recommended operating temperature, the service life will become shorter.
  • Page 83 6F8C0942...
  • Page 84 Time Critical Control LAN TC-net 100 Installation and Wiring Manual 1st edition 16th Apr. 2002 0868.1.0204 TOSHIBA CORPORATION SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE SYSTEMS COMPANY CONTROL & MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS DIVISION 1-1, Shibaura 1-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-8001, Japan Tel.:+81-3-3457-4900 Fax.:+81-3-5444-9268 TOSHIBA Corporation 2002 © All Right Reserved.

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