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USER MANUAL
Etherbus
®
(EB Series)
Industrial Ethernet PoE Switch,
Injectors, Splitter and More
Hardware Guide
Contents at a Glance:
Section 1
General Information ……………………………………………….
Page 3
Section 2
LED Indicators ……………………………………………………..
Page 4
Section 3
Installation / Mounting ……………………………………………
Page 6
Section 4
Power Wiring ……………………………………………………….
Page 10
Section 5
Communication Wiring …………………………………………..
Page 15
Section 6
Technical Specifications …………………………………………
Page 18
Section 7
Service Information ……………………………………………….
Page 22
This manual applies to the following products:
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EB-5ES-PSE-#
EB-PSE-48V-2
EB-PSE-24V-1
EB-PD-24V-1
EB-PD-UPS-1
EB-PS-4824-13
Industrial PoE 5-port unmanaged Ethernet switch
Industrial PoE power injector for 2 channels
Industrial PoE power injector with built-in 24V to 48V converter
Industrial PoE splitter converts 48V to 24V
Industrial PoE splitter converts 48V to 14V
Industrial DC / DC power converter for 48V to 24V
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SIXNET Protected Technology Policy - SIXNET protects your investment in SIXNET systems with long-term
planned technology and our unique Protected Technology Policy. We will continue to support the specified capabilities
of standard SIXNET products for at least five years (twenty years for Industrial Managed Switches). We plan each
product improvement and new feature to be upward compatible with existing designs and installations. Our goals are to
make each new software release bring new power to your SIXNET systems and have every existing feature,
applications program and data file continue to work. We protect your investment even further with a liberal five-year
trade-in policy. Exchange standard products for upgraded versions of the same product to take advantage of new
features and improvements at any time for five years. A prorated trade-in allowance will be given for your existing unit.
SIXNET protects your long-term productivity with state-of-the-art planned technology and continued support.
SIXNET Statement of Limited Warranty - SIXNET, manufacturer of SIXNET products, warrants to Buyer
that products, except software, manufactured by SIXNET will be free from defects in material and workmanship.
SIXNET's obligation under this warranty will be limited to repairing or replacing, at SIXNET's option, the defective parts
within one year of the date of installation, or within 18 months of the date of shipment from the point of manufacture,
whichever is sooner. Products may be returned by Buyer only after permission has been obtained from SIXNET. Buyer
will prepay all freight charges to return any products to the repair facility designated by SIXNET. This limited warranty
does not cover losses or damages which occur in shipment to or from Buyer or due to improper installation,
maintenance, misuse, neglect or any cause other than ordinary commercial or industrial applications. In particular,
SIXNET makes no warranties whatsoever with respect to implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for any
particular purpose. All such warranties are hereby expressly disclaimed. No oral or written information or advice given
by SIXNET or SIXNET’s representative shall create a warranty or in any way increase the scope of this warranty. This
limited warranty is in lieu of all other warranties whether oral or written, expressed or implied. SIXNET's liability shall not
exceed the price of the individual units, which are the basis of the claim. In no event shall SIXNET be liable for any loss
of profits, loss of use of facilities or equipment, or other indirect, incidental or consequential damages.
INSTALLATION AND HAZARDOUS AREA WARNINGS - These products should not be used to
replace proper safety interlocking. No software-based device (or any other solid-state device) should ever be
designed to be responsible for the maintenance of consequential equipment or personnel safety. In particular,
SIXNET disclaims any responsibility for damages, either direct or consequential, that result from the use of this
equipment in any application. All power, input and output (I/O) wiring must be in accordance with Class I,
Division 2 wiring methods and in accordance with the authority having jurisdiction.
WARNING
(EXPLOSION HAZARD)
SUBSTITUTION OF COMPONENTS MAY IMPAIR SUITABILITY FOR CLASS 1,
DIVISION 2 (ZONE 2).
WARNING
(EXPLOSION HAZARD)
WHEN IN HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS, DISCONNECT POWER BEFORE
REPLACING OR WIRING UNITS.
WARNING
(EXPLOSION HAZARD)
DO NOT DISCONNECT EQUIPMENT UNLESS POWER HAS BEEN SWITCHED
OFF OR THE AREA IS KNOWN TO BE NONHAZARDOUS.
FCC Statement - This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if
not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the
user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the
receiving antenna; Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver; Connect the equipment into an outlet
on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected; Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
Copyright & Trademarks - Etherbus® is a registered trademark of SIXNET, LLC. Copyright 2007 SIXNET,
LLC. All Rights Reserved.
Note: All information in this document is subject to change without notice.
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Section 1
Overview
General Information
This manual will help you install and maintain these Etherbus industrial Power over
Ethernet (PoE) devices. These devices support standard IEEE 802.3af Power over
Ethernet (PoE) and will work with any device that also supports this standard. Installation of
the Etherbus devices is very easy and they will begin to operate as soon as they are
powered up. For all models there are no user settings so they are truly plug and play.
The following products are covered by this manual:
Model
Type
Power In
Power Out
PSE Ports
PD Ports
EB-5ES-PSE-#
Switch
48 VDC
48V PoE
4
-
EB-PSE-48V-2
Injector
48 VDC
48V PoE
2
-
EB-PSE-24V-1
Injector
24 VDC
48V PoE
1
-
EB-PD-24V-1
Splitter
48V PoE
24 VDC
-
1
EB-PD-UPS-1
Splitter
48V PoE
14 VDC
-
1
Converter
48 VDC
24 VDC
-
-
EB-PS-4824-13
Key:
PD = Powered Device (accepts 48V PoE power)
PSE = Power Sourcing Equipment (puts out 48V PoE power)
Reference
Images
EB-5ES-PSE-1
Safety
Standards
EB-PSE-48V-2
EB-PSE-24V-1
EB-PD-24V-1
EB-PS-4824-13
These industrial Ethernet devices meet the following standards plus others:
Electrical safety – UL 508, CSA C22; EN61010-1 (IEC1010)
Emissions – FCC part 15, ICES 003, EN55022; Class B
Immunity – IEC61326-1
Hazardous locations – ANSI / ISA12.12.01, CSA C22.2/213 (Class 1, Div. 2), Groups A,
B, C, D; ATEX IEC60079-0, -15 (Zone 2)
Install the Managed Switches in accordance with local and national electrical codes.
Lightning Danger: Do not work on equipment during periods of lightning activity.
Do not connect a telephone line into one of the Ethernet RJ45 connectors.
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Section 2
Overview
LED Indicators
The Etherbus devices have several LEDs to indicate the power and operational status of
the unit. See below for the location of these LEDs and an explanation of their operation.
EB-5ES-PSE-1
EB-PSE-24V-1
EB-5ES-PSE-2ST
EB-PSE-48V-2
EB-PD-24V-1
EB-PS-4824-13
Typical LED Location for Etherbus Products
(Note: The LED locations may vary slightly from these images.)
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Power LED
On all models (except the splitter) there is one power LED that is ON if either power input
(P1 or P2) has valid power applied to it. If the power LED is OFF then no power is being
applied to the unit.
On the splitter the power LED will be ON when PoE power is detected on the incoming
Ethernet line. It will be OFF if no PoE power is detected.
ACT / LNK
LED
This is the Yellow LED in the RJ45 ports of the Etherbus switch model EB-5ES-PSE-#. It
indicates the Link and Activity status of the port.
ON (yellow)
(not flashing)
ON (yellow)
(flashing)
OFF
Speed 10/100
LED
Fiber Optic
Port LED
PoE LED
Indicates that there is a proper Ethernet connection (Link) between the
port and another Ethernet device, but no communications activity is
detected.
Indicates that there is a proper Ethernet connection (Link) between the
port and another Ethernet device, and that there is communications
activity.
Indicates that there is not a proper Ethernet connection (Link) between
the port and another Ethernet device. Make sure the cable has been
plugged securely into the ports at both ends.
This is the Green LED in the RJ45 connector of Port 5 on the Etherbus switch model EB5ES-PSE-1. It indicates the Speed of the uplink port.
ON (green)
A 100 Mbps (100BaseT) connection is detected.
OFF
A 10 Mbps (10BaseT) connection is detected.
This is the Green LED above the fiber port on the Etherbus switch model EB-5ES-PSE-2 or
-3. It indicates the Link status of the fiber optic port.
ON (green)
A 100 Mbps (100BaseF) connection is detected.
OFF
No fiber connection is detected.
This is the Green LED that is either integrated into the RJ45 port (on switch models) or is
below the PoE ports (on injector models). It indicates the PoE status of the port.
ON (green)
OFF
Periodically
Blinks ON
Error Code
Blink
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A valid Powered Device (PD) is detected and the switch or injector is
sourcing power on this port.
No valid Powered Device (PD) is detected so no power is being
sourced.
No valid Powered Device (PD) is detected or the connected device is
drawing too little current (<10 mA) so no power is being sourced.
However, the switch or injector is periodically looking for a valid device.
This condition may occur when you have connected a PoE splitter but
it has not been connected to a load yet. Once the connected device
(such as a splitter) is loaded and draws more than 10 or 15 mA then
power will be sourced.
Some models may blink an error code. If you see the same sequence
of blinks repeatedly then contact SIXNET for more information.
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Section 3
Overview
Installation
These industrial Ethernet PoE devices can be snapped onto a standard DIN rail (EN50022)
or screwed directly to a flat panel. Refer to the mechanical drawings below to properly mount
your switch.
Note: Make sure to allow enough room to route your Ethernet copper or fiber optic cables.
DIN Rail
Mounting
Recommended DIN rail mounting steps:
1. Hook top back of unit over the din rail.
2. Push bottom back onto the din rail until it snaps into place.
Recommended DIN rail removal steps:
A. Insert screwdriver into din clip and pry until it releases from the din rail.
B. Unhook top of unit from din rail.
Mounting
1
2
B
Removal
A
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0.40" (1.02 cm)
Typical for
SC or ST fiber
Removable
Screw Block
2.90"
[7.35 cm]
Snaps to standard
DIN rail EN50022
(35 mm)
1.01"
[2.57 cm]
4.20"
[10.67 cm]
3.95"
[10.03 cm]
Dia. 0.15"
(0.38 cm)
Use for direct
panel mounting
to a flat surface
1.98"
[5.02 cm]
1.98"
[5.02 cm]
1.01"
[2.57 cm]
1.00"
[2.54 cm]
EB-5ES-PSE
3.26"
[8.28 cm]
0.06"
[0.15 cm]
Mechanical Dimensions for the Etherbus Switch
Removable
Screw Block
EB-PSE-48V-#
2.90"
[7.35 cm]
Snaps to standard
DIN rail EN50022
(35 mm)
1.01"
[2.57 cm]
3.95"
[10.03 cm]
4.20"
[10.67 cm]
Dia. 0.15"
(0.38 cm)
Use for direct
panel mounting
to a flat surface
1.98"
[5.02 cm]
1.98"
[5.02 cm]
1.01"
[2.57 cm]
3.26"
[8.28 cm]
1.00"
[2.54 cm]
0.06"
[0.15 cm]
Mechanical Dimensions for the Etherbus Dual Injector
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Removable
Screw Block
EB-PSE-24V-#
2.90"
[7.35 cm]
Snaps to standard
DIN rail EN50022
(35 mm)
1.01"
[2.57 cm]
3.95"
[10.03 cm]
4.20"
[10.67 cm]
Dia. 0.15"
(0.38 cm)
Use for direct
panel mounting
to a flat surface
1.98"
[5.02 cm]
1.98"
[5.02 cm]
1.01"
[2.57 cm]
3.26"
[8.28 cm]
1.00"
[2.54 cm]
0.06"
[0.15 cm]
Mechanical Dimensions for the Etherbus Injector with DC/DC Converter
Removable
Screw Block
EB-PD-xxx-#
2.90"
[7.35 cm]
Snaps to standard
DIN rail EN50022
(35 mm)
1.01"
[2.57 cm]
3.95"
[10.03 cm]
4.20"
[10.67 cm]
Dia. 0.15"
(0.38 cm)
Use for direct
panel mounting
to a flat surface
1.98"
[5.02 cm]
1.98"
[5.02 cm]
1.01"
[2.57 cm]
3.26"
[8.28 cm]
1.00"
[2.54 cm]
0.06"
[0.15 cm]
Mechanical Dimensions for the Etherbus Splitter
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Removable
Screw Block
EB-PS-4824-13
2.90"
[7.35 cm]
Snaps to standard
DIN rail EN50022
(35 mm)
1.01"
[2.57 cm]
3.95"
[10.03 cm]
4.20"
[10.67 cm]
Dia. 0.15"
(0.38 cm)
Use for direct
panel mounting
to a flat surface
1.98"
[5.02 cm]
1.98"
[5.02 cm]
1.01"
[2.57 cm]
1.00"
[2.54 cm]
3.26"
[8.28 cm]
0.06"
[0.15 cm]
Mechanical Dimensions for the Etherbus DC/DC Converter
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Section 4
Overview
Screw Torque
Switch Power
Power Wiring
These industrial Ethernet devices can be powered from the same DC source (typically 24
VDC or 48 VDC) that is used to power your other devices. Refer to the details below on
how to properly wire power to or from your Etherbus devices.
When tightening the screws be careful to tighten to a maximum torque of 3.48 lb-in.
The Etherbus switch accepts power in the range of 10 to 56 VDC (48 VDC nominal) and
can source 48 VDC power to four PoE devices. For PoE sourcing (PSE) operation, the
power must be in the range of 45 to 56 VDC. Otherwise, the switch will function properly as
an industrial Ethernet switch but will not source any PoE power. For PoE operation, make
sure your 48 VDC supply is rated for at least 16 Watts per PoE channel being sourced, plus
some overhead for the switch. It is recommended that a supply with 75 Watts or more of
power be used. The Etherbus switch supports dual power inputs allowing you to connect a
backup power source. The backup power should have the same voltage as the primary
power. Make your power connections as shown in the diagram below.
The PoE ports when sourcing power will put out 48 VDC* (see note below) over the signal
pair of the RJ45 connection:
o V+ on RX lines 1 and 2
o V- on TX lines 3 and 6
o Lines 4, 5, 7 and 8 are unused
EB-5ES-PSE
Single DC Power
EB-5ES-PSE
Dual DC Power
P2 P1
P2 P1
+ +
+ -
+ +
Chassis
GND
(panel)
One DC Supply
(10 - 56 VDC)
+ + -
Chassis
GND
(panel)
Two DC Supplies
(10 - 56 VDC)
* Note: When the supply voltage is 45 to 47 VDC then the power output for the PoE will
be the same as the supply voltage. For example, if the supply voltage is 45 VDC then the
PoE output will also be 45 VDC. If the supply voltage is 48 to 50 VDC then the PoE output
will be regulated at 48 VDC.
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Dual Injector
Power
The Etherbus Dual Injector accepts power in the range of 45 to 56 VDC (48 VDC nominal)
and can source 48 VDC power to two PoE devices. Make sure your 48 VDC supply is rated
for at least 16 Watts per PoE channel being sourced. Make your power connections as
shown in the diagram below.
There are two models of this injector:
The standard -2A model when sourcing PoE power will put out 48 VDC* (see note below)
over the unused pair of lines in the RJ45 connection:
o V+ on lines 4 and 5
o V- on lines 7 and 8
o TX on lines 3 and 6
o RX on lines 1 and 2
The -2B model (special order) when sourcing PoE power will put out 48 VDC* (see note
below) over the signal pair of lines in the RJ45 connection:
o V+ on RX lines 1 and 2
o V- on TX lines 3 and 6
o Lines 4, 5, 7 and 8 are unused
EB-PSE-48V
DC Power Input
+
+ -
Chassis
GND
(panel)
DC Supply
(45 - 56 VDC)
* Note: When the supply voltage is 45 to 47 VDC then the power output for the PoE will
be the same as the supply voltage. For example, if the supply voltage is 45 VDC then the
PoE output will also be 45 VDC. If the supply voltage is 48 to 56 VDC then the PoE output
will be regulated at 48 VDC.
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Single Injector
Power
The Etherbus Single Injector has a built-in DC to DC converter allowing it to accept power
in the range of 18 to 30 VDC (24 VDC nominal) and source 48 VDC power to one PoE
device. Make sure your 24 VDC supply is rated for at least 20W. Make your power
connections as shown in the diagram below.
There are two models of this injector:
The standard -1A model when sourcing PoE power will put out 48 VDC over the unused
pair of lines in the RJ45 connection:
o V+ on lines 4 and 5
o V- on lines 7 and 8
o TX on lines 3 and 6
o RX on lines 1 and 2
The -1B model (special order) when sourcing PoE power will put out 48 VDC over the
signal pair of lines in the RJ45 connection:
o V+ on RX lines 1 and 2
o V- on TX lines 3 and 6
o Lines 4, 5, 7 and 8 are unused
EB-PSE-24V
Single DC Power
EB-PSE-24V
Dual DC Power
P2 P1
P2 P1
+ +
+ -
+ +
Chassis
GND
(panel)
One DC Supply
(18 - 30 VDC)
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+ + -
Chassis
GND
(panel)
Two DC Supplies
(18 - 30 VDC)
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Splitter Power
The Etherbus Splitter accepts 48 VDC from a PoE line and outputs an isolated and
regulated 24 VDC @ 13 Watts to power your standard Ethernet (non-PoE) devices. Just
connect your incoming PoE line (supports both power over the signals lines or power over
the unused lines) to the PoE IN port. The splitter will convert the 48 VDC to 24 VDC and
make it available on the pluggable screw terminal block. Make your power connections as
shown in the diagram below.
EB-PD-24V
DC Power Output
+
Chassis
GND
(panel)
+ 24 VDC
Load
The –UPS model (special order) is the same as above but outputs 14 VDC instead of 24
VDC. The 14 VDC can be used to power 12V or 14V devices, and it can be used to charge
a 12V seal-lead-acid battery for power backup. Make your power connections as shown in
the diagram below.
EB-PD-UPS
DC Power Output
+
-
+
Optional
12V Battery
+ -
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GND
(panel)
12-14 VDC Load
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DC/DC
Converter
Power
The Etherbus DC to DC converter accepts power in the range of 45 to 56 VDC and outputs
an isolated and regulated 24 VDC @ 13 watts. This convenient accessory allows you to
power typical 24 VDC industrial devices from your 48 VDC system power. Make your input
and output power connections as shown below.
24
VDC
Output
- 56
+ 45VDC
+
Input
+
+
EB-PS-4824-13 Power Connections
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Section 5
PoE Switch
Operation
Communication Wiring
Unlike an Ethernet hub that broadcasts all messages
out all ports, the Etherbus industrial Ethernet PoE
switch will intelligently route Ethernet messages only
out the appropriate port. The major benefits of this
are increased bandwidth and speed, reduction or
elimination of message collisions, and deterministic
performance when tied with real-time systems.
The switch can support 10BaseT (10 Mbps) and
100BaseT (100 Mbps) on the RJ45 ports. Each of
these ports will independently auto-sense the speed
and duplex, allowing you to interface to fast (100
Mbps) Ethernet devices or legacy (10 Mbps).
Optionally you can also have a 100BaseF (100 Mbps)
fiber optic port.
PoE Switch
Overview
The Etherbus industrial Ethernet PoE switch provides connections to standard Ethernet
devices such as PLCs, Ethernet I/O, industrial computers and much more. Two types of
communication ports may be found on these switches: RJ45 (copper) Ethernet ports or
fiber optic Ethernet ports.
Switch RJ45
Port Wiring
Use data-quality (not voice-quality) twisted pair cable rated category 5 (or better) with
standard RJ45 connectors. For best performance use shielded cable. Straight through or
crossover RJ45 cable can be used regardless of the device the switch is to be connected to
as all the ports are capable of auto-mdi/mdix-crossover detection.
The RJ45 Ethernet port connector bodies on these products are metallic and are connected
to the Chassis GND terminal. Therefore, shielded cables may be used to provide further
protection. To prevent ground loops, the cable shield should be tied to the metal connector
body at one end of the cable only. Electrical isolation is also provided on the Ethernet ports
for increased reliability.
Straight-thru Cable Wiring
Pin 1
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 3
Pin 6
Pin 6
For Reference
Only.
Either cable
wiring will work!
Cross-over Cable Wiring
Pin 1
Pin 3
Pin 2
Pin 6
Pin 3
Pin 1
Pin 6
Pin 2
Standard
Ethernet
Plug & Connector
Pin Positions
RJ45 Cable
Distance
The maximum cable length for 10/100/1000BaseT with Cat 5E twisted pair cables is
typically 100 meters (328 ft.).
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Fiber Wiring
Guidelines
The Etherbus industrial Ethernet PoE switch optionally has one 100 Mbps (100Base-FX)
multimode or singlemode fiber ports. The maximum segment length is up to 120 km or
more depending on the type of fiber optic transceiver installed in the switch. Refer to the
technical specifications for details. Or contact SIXNET for the available fiber optic
transceivers.
Each fiber optic port on the switch is comprised of a pair of SC or ST style connectors. For
each fiber port there is a transmit (TX) and receive (RX) signal. When making your fiber
optic connections, make sure that the transmit (TX) port of the switch connects to the
receive (RX) port of the other device, and the receive (RX) port of the switch connects to
the transmit (TX) port of the other device.
Use standard fiber optic wiring techniques (not covered by this manual) to make your
connections. The corresponding ACT/LNK LED will be ON solid when you have made a
proper connection. See images below for typical fiber optic port placement.
Typical
SC Style
Connector
Typical
ST Style
Connector
Duplex
Operation
The RJ45 ports will auto-sense for Full or Half duplex operation, while the fiber port is
configured for full duplex operation. Note: Fiber devices with half duplex settings should still
communicate with the switch. If otherwise then please contact SIXNET.
Network
Device Check
These industrial Ethernet switches are capable of supporting 10/100BaseT on the RJ45
(copper) ports and 100BaseF on the fiber optic ports. Make sure you connect the
appropriate devices to each port.
Verifying
Connectivity
After all Ethernet and/or fiber connections are made, check the LED’s corresponding to the
ports that each of the devices are connected to. Ensure that for each port that is in use, the
LED is on or blinking. If a port LED is off, go back and check for connectivity problems
between that port and the network device connected.
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PoE Injector
RJ45 Wiring
The Etherbus industrial Ethernet PoE injectors have two RJ45 connectors per PoE channel.
See the diagram below. One RJ45 port is labeled as ETH IN (for Ethernet Input) and the
other is Labeled as PoE OUT (for PoE Output). Connect your standard Ethernet (non-PoE)
cable to the ETH IN port. This cable is typically coming from an Ethernet switch or router.
Then connect the cable to be run to your PoE Powered device (PD) to the PoE OUT port.
The PoE LED will be ON when power is being sourced to your device.
PoE Splitter
RJ45 Wiring
The Etherbus industrial Ethernet PoE splitter has two RJ45 ports. See the diagram below.
One RJ45 port is labeled PoE IN (for PoE input) and the other is labeled ETH OUT (for
Ethernet output). Connect the cable from your PoE (PSE) switch or injector to the PoE IN
port. Then connect the cable to be run to your standard Ethernet (non-PoE) device to the
ETH OUT port which does not have any power on it.
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Section 6
Technical
Specs
Technical Specifications
Here are the hardware technical specifications for the products covered by this manual.
Please contact SIXNET if additional information is required.
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
Etherbus Switch Performance Specifications
Model
General
Ethernet protocols supported
Ethernet switch ports
RJ45 ports (shielded)
RJ45 speed (10 or 100 Mbps)
RJ45 MDI/MDIX and TD/RD
Ethernet isolation
Fiber optic port speed / duplex
Fiber optic port wavelength
Fiber multimode (mm) typical
Fiber singlemode (sm) typical
Fiber max. distance (full duplex)
(see web for more details)
Typ. latency for 100 Mbps ports
MAC addresses and bandwidth
Power In and PoE Out
Power input with reverse polarity protection
Switch power consumption
(typical all ports active at 100 Mbps)
PoE power consumption
RJ45 pin assignments for PoE
Power input transient protection
Power input spike Protection
PoE operation
PoE disconnect mode
PoE auto-detection
PoE protection
Environmental
Operating temperature range
Storage temperature range
Humidity (non-condensing)
Vibration, shock and freefall
Electrical safety
EMC emissions and immunity
Hazardous locations
Eye safety (fiber models)
Mechanical
Packaging material & protection
Weight (approximate)
Dimensions (H x W x D) (approximate)
MTBF (estimated)
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Unmanaged, store & forward
All IEEE 802.3
5 total with 4 PoE (PSE)
10/100BaseTX
Auto-negotiation
Auto-crossover and auto-polarity
1500 VRMS 1 minute
100BaseF (100 Mbps) / full duplex
1300 nm (others available)
50 or 62.5/125 um (SC or ST)
9 or 10/125 um (SC or ST)
4 km (mm), 20 (sm) or 40 km (long haul) or more (contact SIXNET)
5 us + frame time
Varies on load
1024 and 3.2 Gbps
Redundant input terminals
10-30 VDC with no PoE output
45-56 VDC for PoE output
2.0 W (5-port without fiber) + PoE
3.0 W (5-port with 1 fiber) + PoE
Up to 15.4 W per port
TX/V- (3, 6); RX/V+ (1, 2)
15,000 watts peak
5,000 watts (10 times for 10 uS)
Auto power management
DC disconnect
Per IEEE 802.2af
Over-temperature, over-current, over/under-voltage and transient
Truly industrial design
-40 to +75 °C (cold startup @ -40)
-40 to +85 °C
5 to 95% RH
IEC68-2-6, -27 and -32
UL508 / CSA C22.2/14 (CUL), EN61010-1
FCC Part 15 / ICES-003; EN55022 / IEC61326-1
ANSI / ISA12.12.01 / CSA C22.2/213 (CUL), Class 1, Division 2;
ATEX / IEC60079-0, -15 (Zone 2)
IEC60825-1, Class 1; FDA 21
DIN rail or direct to panel mounting
Polycarbonate with IP30 protection
0.17 Kg (0.25 lbs)
4 x 1 x 3.3” (10 x 2.5 x 8.3 cm)
>1,000,000 hours
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Etherbus Injector Performance Specifications
Model
General
Ethernet protocols supported
Ethernet connectors per channel
Ethernet port standards
PoE Output
IEEE 802.3af PoE operation
PoE power output
RJ45 PoE pin assignments (A=unused pair;
B=signal pair)
PoE operation
PoE disconnect mode
PoE protection
Power Input
Power input for 48V-2 models
Power input for 24V-1 models
PoE transient protection
PoE spike protection
Environmental
Operating temperature range
Storage temperature range
Humidity (non-condensing)
Vibration, shock and freefall
Electrical safety
EMC emissions and immunity
Hazardous locations
Mechanical
Packaging material and protection
Weight (approximate)
Dimensions (H x W x D) (approximate)
MTBF (estimated)
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EB-PSE-24V-1 or EB-PSE-48V-2
Industrial PoE Injectors
All IEEE 802.3
2 (1 for Ethernet in, 1 for PoE out)
10/100BaseTX IEEE 802.3 / 802.3u
Fully IEEE 802.2af compliant
Power Sourcing Equipment (PSE)
48 VDC @ 15.4 Watts per channel
(24V model only: derate 1W per 2°C after 60°C)
A: TX(3,6); RX(1,2); V-(7,8); V+(4,5)
B: TX/V- (3, 6); RX/V+ (1, 2)
Auto-detection & power management
AC on 24V-1 and DC on 48V-2
Over-temp, over-current, over/under-voltage & transient
Fully IEEE 802.3af PoE compliant
45-56 VDC @ 31 Watts max.
18-30 VDC @ 20 Watts max.
15,000 watts peak
5,000 watts (10 times for 10 uS)
Truly industrial design
-40 to +75 °C (cold startup @ -40) (see PoE power derating above)
-40 to +85 °C
5 to 95% RH
IEC68-2-6, -27 and -32
UL508 / CSA C22.2/14 (CUL), EN61010-1
FCC Part 15 / ICES-003; EN55022 / IEC61326-1
ANSI / ISA12.12.01 / CSA C22.2/213 (CUL), Class 1, Division 2;
ATEX / IEC60079-0, -15 (Zone 2)
DIN rail or direct to panel mounting
Polycarbonate with IP30 protection
0.17 Kg (0.25 lbs)
4 x 1 x 3.3” (10 x 2.5 x 8.3 cm)
>1,000,000 hours
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Etherbus Splitter Performance Specifications
Model
General
Ethernet protocols supported
Ethernet ports
Ethernet port standards
PoE Input
IEEE 802.3af PoE operation
PoE Power input range
PoE power input
PoE protection
PoE transient protection
PoE spike protection
Power Output
Voltage output
Power output
Environmental
Operating temperature range
Storage temperature range
Humidity (non-condensing)
Vibration, shock and freefall
Electrical safety
EMC emissions and immunity
Hazardous locations
Mechanical
Packaging material and protection
Weight (approximate)
Dimensions (H x W x D) (approximate)
MTBF (estimated)
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EB-PD-24V-1
Industrial PoE Splitter
All IEEE 802.3
2 (1 for PoE in, 1 for Ethernet out)
10/100BaseTX IEEE 802.3 / 802.3u
Fully IEEE 802.3af PoE compliant
Powered Device (PD)
45-56 VDC
Automatic detection and classification (power is accepted on either
the signal or unused pairs)
Over/under voltage lockout and inrush control
15,000 watts peak
5,000 watts (10 times for 10 uS)
Isolated power
24 VDC, 0.54 Amps (24V model)
14 VDC, 0.93 Amps (UPS model)
13 watts
Truly industrial design
-40 to +75 °C (cold startup @ -40)
-40 to +85 °C
5 to 95% RH
IEC68-2-6, -27 and -32
UL508 / CSA C22.2/14 (CUL), EN61010-1
FCC Part 15 / ICES-003; EN55022 / IEC61326-1
ANSI / ISA12.12.01 / CSA C22.2/213 (CUL), Class 1, Division 2;
ATEX / IEC60079-0, -15 (Zone 2)
DIN rail or direct to panel mounting
Polycarbonate with IP30 protection
0.17 Kg (0.25 lbs)
4 x 1 x 3.3” (10 x 2.5 x 8.3 cm)
>1,000,000 hours
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Etherbus DC/DC Converter Performance Specifications
Model
Output
Protection
Environmental
DC voltage
Rated current
Current range
Rated power
Ripple / noise (max.)
Voltage tolerance
DC voltage range
Efficiency (typ.)
Current (typ.)
Over-load
Over-voltage
Over-temperature
Operation temp.
Operation humidity
Storage
Vibration, shock and freefall
Safety
Hazardous locations
Standards
Miscellaneous
EMC emissions and immunity
Withstand voltage
MTBF (estimated)
Packaging
Mounting
Weight (approximate)
Dims (w x h x d) (approximate)
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EB-PS-4824-13
24 VDC
0.54 Amps
0 – 0.54 Amps
13 Watts
200 mV p-p
+/- 1%
45 – 56 VDC
85 %
0.32 Amps @ 48 VDC
Current limiting with automatic recovery
Transient: 15Kw peak;
Surge: 5K watts (10x10 uS)
140°C with auto. recovery
-40 to + 75°C
5 to 95% RH (non-cond.)
-40 to + 85°C
IEC68-2-6, -27 and -32
UL508 / CSA C22.2/14 (CUL); EN61010-1
ANSI / ISA12.12.01 / CSA C22.2/213 (CUL), Class 1,
Division 2;
ATEX / IEC60079-0, -15 (Zone 2)
FCC Part 15 / ICES-003; EN55022 / IEC61326-1
Input to output: 1500 Vrms
>1,000,000 hours
Polycarbonate; IP30
DIN rail or flat to panel
0.17 Kg (0.25 lbs)
25 x 101 x 76 mm (1.0 x 4.0 x 3.0 inches)
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Section 7
Service
Information
Service Information
We sincerely hope that you never experience a problem with any SIXNET product. If you do
need service, call SIXNET at (518) 877-5173 and ask for Applications Engineering. A
trained specialist will help you to quickly determine the source of the problem. Many
problems are easily resolved with a single phone call. If it is necessary to return a unit to us,
an RMA (Return Material Authorization) number will be given to you.
SIXNET tracks the flow of returned material with our RMA system to ensure speedy service.
You must include this RMA number on the outside of the box so that your return can be
processed immediately.
The applications engineer you are speaking with will fill out an RMA request for you. If the
unit has a serial number, we will not need detailed financial information. Otherwise, be sure
to have your original purchase order number and date purchased available.
We suggest that you give us a repair purchase order number in case the repair is not
covered under our warranty. You will not be billed if the repair is covered under warranty.
Please supply us with as many details about the problem as you can. The information you
supply will be written on the RMA form and supplied to the repair department before your
unit arrives. This helps us to provide you with the best service, in the fastest manner.
Normally, repairs are completed in two days. Sometimes difficult problems take a little
longer to solve.
If you need a quicker turnaround, ship the unit to us by air freight. We give priority service to
equipment that arrives by overnight delivery. Many repairs received by mid-morning (typical
overnight delivery) can be finished the same day and returned immediately.
We apologize for any inconvenience that the need for repair may cause you. We hope that
our rapid service meets your needs. If you have any suggestions to help us improve our
service, please give us a call. We appreciate your ideas and will respond to them.
For Your Convenience:
Please fill in the following and keep this manual with your SIXNET system for future
reference:
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Product
Support
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