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Figure 1.1
POWER LED
ALARM LED
Console Port
Communication Ports
Failsafe Alarm Relay
Power Supply Terminal Blocks
Chassis Ground Terminal
1.3

Required Tools and Materials

The following tools and materials are required to install the RUGGEDCOM RSG909R:
AC power cord (16 AWG)
USB Type-B console port cable
CAT-5 Ethernet cables
Flathead screwdriver
Phillips screwdriver
Torx screwdriver
4 x M5 or #10-24 screws
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POWER LED
ALARM LED
USB Console Port
RNA Port (Port A/B)
Port 7
Copper Ethernet Ports (Ports 1 to 6)
Failsafe Alarm Relay
Power Supply Terminal Blocks
Chassis Ground Screw
RUGGEDCOM RSG909R
Tools/Materials
Illuminates green during boot up and when power is supplied to the
device.
Illuminates red when an alarm condition exists.
The USB Type-B console port is for interfacing directly with the
device and accessing initial management functions. For information
about connecting to the device via the serial console port, refer to
"Connecting to the Device (Page
Communication ports in general receive and transmit data, as
well as provide access to the RUGGEDCOM ROS Web interface.
For more information about the various ports available, refer to
"Communication Ports (Page
Latches to default state when a power disruption or other alarm
condition occurs. For more information, refer to:
"Connecting the Failsafe Alarm Relay (Page 12)"
"Failsafe Alarm Relay Specifications (Page 32)"
Pluggable terminal blocks for connecting one or more power
sources. For more information, refer to
14)"
and
"Power Supply Specifications (Page
Protects the device from power surges and accumulated static
electricity. For information about grounding the device, refer to
"Connecting Power (Page
For connecting power to the device.
For connecting to the RUGGEDCOM ROS console
interface.
For connecting the device to a LAN.
For mounting the device to a DIN rail.
For mounting the device to a panel.
For attaching mounting brackets to the device.
For mounting the device to a panel.
1.3 Required Tools and Materials
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"Connecting Power (Page
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