RuggedSwitch® RSG2100

Hardware Installation Guide

November 1, 2012 www.RuggedCom.com

RuggedSwitch® RSG2100

RuggedSwitch® RSG2100 : Hardware Installation Guide
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RuggedSwitch® RSG2100

Table of Contents
FCC Statement And Cautions ................................................................................................... 6 1. Product Overview ................................................................................................................... 7 1.1. Functional Overview .................................................................................................... 7 1.2. Feature Highlights ....................................................................................................... 7 1.3. Display Panel Description ........................................................................................... 9 2. RuggedSwitch® Modules ..................................................................................................... 11 2.1. Ethernet Panel Description ....................................................................................... 11 3. Installation ............................................................................................................................ 12 3.1. Mounting .................................................................................................................... 12 3.1.1. Rack Mounting ............................................................................................... 12 3.1.2. Panel and DIN Rail Mounting ......................................................................... 13 3.2. Fiber Optic Transceiver Orientation and Connection ................................................ 14 3.2.1. Pluggable Fiber Transceiver Modules ............................................................ 14 3.2.2. Fixed Fiber Transceivers ................................................................................ 15 3.2.3. Power Supply Wiring And Grounding ............................................................. 16 3.2.4. Dielectric Strength (HIPOT) Testing ............................................................... 19 3.2.5. Failsafe Alarm Relay Wiring and Specifications ............................................. 20 3.2.6. Console Port Wiring ....................................................................................... 20 3.2.7. Ethernet Ports ................................................................................................ 21 3.2.8. Pluggable optics – Installation, removal, and precautions .............................. 23 4. Technical Specifications ....................................................................................................... 26 4.1. Power Supply Specifications ..................................................................................... 26 4.2. Failsafe Relay Specifications .................................................................................... 26 4.3. Networking Standards Supported ............................................................................. 26 4.4. Copper Ethernet Port Specifications ......................................................................... 27 4.5. Fiber Optic Specifications ......................................................................................... 27 4.6. Fiber Ethernet Port Specifications ............................................................................ 27 4.6.1. Fast Ethernet (10/100Mbps) Optical Specifications ........................................ 28 4.6.2. Gigabit Ethernet (1Gbps) Optical Specifications ............................................ 28 4.7. PTP Card Specifications ........................................................................................... 29 4.7.1. IRIG-B PWM Input ......................................................................................... 29 4.7.2. IRIG-B Output ................................................................................................. 29 4.8. Operating Environment ............................................................................................. 30 4.9. Mechanical Specifications ......................................................................................... 31 5. EMI And Environmental Type Tests .................................................................................... 32 6. Agency Approvals ................................................................................................................ 34 7. Warranty ............................................................................................................................... 35

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... 20 3........................................ Locking Latch Location on GBIC Optical Modules .... 15 3......22....................... SFP Orientation for Top and Bottom Row Ports ............................. 24 3....................................................10..... 15 3.........7................................... DC and AC Power Supply Wiring Example ...................................2........ 100FX/1000LX SC connector ......................16......15................ 19 3.....1........................5........ ST 10FL connector ......... 15 3....................................................................................... 22 3..............11.... Micro-D 10/100/1000BaseTX Port Pin Configuration ...... Ethernet Panel LEDs ..........................................1...........................................24.........14.................................. 31 RuggedCom® RuggedSwitch® 4 RSG2100 Installation Guide Rev 118 ................................... RSG2100 Rack Mount Chassis Orientation: Rear Mount ...................9................... 9 2......................................................26............. 16 3............ 24 3.......... 20 3.................... RS2000 Series Console Cable ...........19............... 21 3..8............. 25 4.29................................................ 12 3.............. 18 3.............................................................................................. AC Single Power Supply Wiring Example ................13...............................................................RuggedSwitch® RSG2100 List of Figures 1...........................25....... AC Dual Redundant Power Supply Wiring Example ..................... Chassis Ground Connection .............................2.............................................................................................12......................................... Micro-D 10/100BaseTX Port Pin Configuration ...........27................................................................................................................................ 15 3........................ 18 3.23......................... Panel / DIN Rail Mounting Diagram (Connectors at Top) ............................................................................. 16 3... 24 3......... DC Single Power Supply Wiring Example . RS2000 Series Phillips Screw Terminal Block ..........1....................... 11 2... 11 3..........20......... 100FX/1000LX LC connector .... 17 3...................................18................... 1000LX SFP (mini-GBIC) Module and LC connector ........................3................... GBIC Orientation for Top and Bottom Row Ports ...........1..........28.............. 15 3......................... Ethernet and LED Display Panels .................... RSG2100 Mechanical Dimensions ....................... 21 3..................................................................................................................................................21....... RSG2100 LED Display Panel ................................ SFP Removal ....................... 15 3. Rack Mount Adapter Mounting Locations ...............6............ 18 3........................ 18 3................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 14 3............................... DC Dual Redundant Power Supply Wiring Example .......................... MTRJ 100FX connector ............... Failsafe Alarm Relay Wiring ........ Dielectric Strength (HIPOT) Testing ..................... 100FX/1000LX ST connector ............................. Console Port on Display Board ......................................... 22 3.............................. RS2000 Series Phoenix Plug Terminal Block ......................... 1000LX GBIC connector .............................. 22 3....................................... RJ45 Port Pin Configuration .....................4................. 12 3.. 13 3..........17............30..................... RSG2100 Rack Mount Chassis Orientation: Front Mount ..................... 17 3..

.............. Mechanical Specifications .....................................1.....................................1.........................2......... 21 3................ LED Display – Device status LED behavior definition ................................3.................................................................................. 33 5.............................. 32 5............ Cabling Categories And 1000Base-TX Compliance ....................8.... Gigabit Ethernet Optical Specifications ..........................................................9... RJ45 Ethernet Pin Assignment ........ 29 4................ 23 4............... 28 4.................................... 26 4........................... 17 3.....................................................4......................... 9 1.........6.......................................................... Failsafe Relay Specifications ............ 30 4.................................. RS232 Over RJ45 Console Cable Pin-out ..............................11.......3........1...........................................1... IEEE 1613 (C37.....90............. Port Status LED behavior definition ............. Copper Ethernet Port Specifications ...... IEC 61850-3 EMI Type Tests ............................ 31 5............ 22 3.................7............................. RSG2100 Power Supply Specifications .............RuggedSwitch® RSG2100 List of Tables 1...2..............................................4................................. 26 4... 29 4..................5............................................................................... Micro-D 10/100BaseTX Port Pin Assignment ....................... 27 4.........................x) EMI Immunity Type Tests ....... 29 4................................................................ Agency Approvals ............... 34 RuggedCom® RuggedSwitch® 5 RSG2100 Installation Guide Rev 118 ......2.................... Environmental Type Tests .................................. 22 3..........................................................6.......2............ Networking Standards Supported .. 28 4.................3......5....................... Fast Ethernet (10/100Mbps) Optical Specifications ................. IRIG-B PWM Input Specifications ........ 10 3........................................ Micro-D 10/100/1000BaseTX Port Pin Assignment .......... 33 6...................................... 26 4....................................................................................... IRIG-B003 PWM Output Specifications ............................................................. Operating Environment ........................................................10.................................. IRIG-B123 AM Output Specifications ............................... 22 3..................... RSG2100 Power Terminal Block Connection Description ..............................1.....

Caution: Service This product contains no user-serviceable parts. test results. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. please refer to Chapter 7. Attempted service by unauthorized personnel shall render all warranties null and void. and void the user's authority to operate the equipment. RuggedCom® RuggedSwitch® 6 RSG2100 Installation Guide Rev 118 . Caution: Physical Access This product should be installed in a restricted access location where access can only be gained by service personnel or users who have been instructed about the reasons for the restrictions applied to the location and about any precautions that shall be taken. may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Should this device require service. or other means of security. This equipment generates. could invalidate specifications. and access is through the use of a tool or lock and key. and agency approvals. Caution: LASER This product contains a laser system and is classified as a CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT.FCC Statement And Cautions FCC Statement And Cautions Federal Communications Commission Radio Frequency Interference Statement This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual. uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and. Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure. and is controlled by the authority responsible for the location. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by RuggedCom Inc. Warranty in this guide. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference on his own expense.

modular Ethernet switch specifically designed to operate reliably in electrically harsh and climatically demanding utility substation. store and forward switching • Full duplex operation and flow control (IEEE 802. real-time. The RSG2100’s modular flexibility offers 10BaseFL/100BaseFX/1000BaseX fiber and 10/100/1000BaseTX copper port combinations. control applications.1. Feature Highlights Ethernet Ports • 3-Gigabit Ethernet ports supporting copper and fiber media • 16-Fast Ethernet ports supporting copper and fiber media • Modular port design for unrivalled flexibility • Multimode and Singlemode fiber support • Bi-directional simplex (single strand) fiber support • Full compliance with IEEE: 802. railway and industrial environments. Product Overview 1. making it ideally suited for creating Ethernet networks for mission-critical. Optional front or rear mount connectors make the RSG2100 highly versatile for any application and can support multiple fiber connectors (ST.3u & 802. MTRJ • Industry standard transceiver modules: SFP. ST. fully managed. 1. activity and speed RuggedRated™ for Reliability in Harsh Environments • Immunity to EMI and heavy electrical transients: • Zero-Packet-Loss™ Technology RuggedCom® RuggedSwitch® 7 RSG2100 Installation Guide Rev 118 . SC. MTRJ. and micro-D ports • Auto-MDI/MDIX (crossover) on all 10/100BaseTX and micro-D ports • LED indicators for link. Functional Overview The RuggedSwitch® RSG2100 is a rugged. panel.3z • Non-blocking.3. or 19" rack-mount mounting options.1. The RSG2100 is packaged in a rugged galvanized steel enclosure with industrial grade DIN. SC) without loss of port density. Product Overview 1.2.3x) • Industry standard fiber optic connectors: LC. 802. GBIC • Long haul optics allow Gigabit at distances of up to 70km Simple Plug and Play Operation • Automatic learning of up to 8192 MAC addresses • Auto-negotiation on all 10/100/1000BaseTX. The RSG2100’s superior rugged hardware design coupled with the embedded Rugged Operating System (ROS™) provides improved system reliability and advanced cyber security and networking features. LC.

emission and immunity of signalling and telecommunications apparatus) • Exceeds EN 50155 (railway applications: electronic equipment used on rolling stock) • -40°C to +85°C operating temperature (no fans) • Conformal coated printed circuit boards (optional) • 18 AWG galvanized steel enclosure • Hazardous Location Certification: Class 1 Division 2 Universal Power Supply Options • Fully integrated.3ad • Loss of link management on fiber ports • Port configuration. 24 VDC. security • SNTP time synchronization (both client and server) • Industrial automation features (e. mirroring.1p.1Q-2005 • RSTP (Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol) support: IEEE 802.1Q with double tagging • GVRP (GARP VLAN Registration Protocol) support: IEEE 802. < 5ms network fault recovery • QoS (Quality of Service) support: IEEE 802. statistics.1. Modbus) RuggedCom® RuggedSwitch® 8 RSG2100 Installation Guide Rev 118 .g. or 48 VDC • Screw or pluggable terminal blocks for reliable. dual-redundant (optional) power supplies • Universal high-voltage range: 88-300 VDC or 85-264 VAC • Popular low voltage DC ranges: 12 VDC.1D • IGMP Snooping for multicast filtering • Link aggregation support: 802. maintenance-free connections • CSA/UL 60950 safety approved to +85 °C Rugged Operating System (ROS™) Networking Features • MSTP (Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol) support: IEEE 802.1w • eRSTP™ (Enhanced Rapid Spanning Tree) support. status. for real-time traffic • Port rate limiting and broadcast storm limiting • VLAN (Virtual LAN) support: IEEE 802. Product Overview • Meets IEEE 1613 (electric utility substations) • Exceeds IEC 61850-3 (electric utility substations) • Exceeds IEC 61800-3 (variable speed drive systems) • Exceeds NEMA TS-2 (traffic control equipment) • Exceeds IEC 61000-6-2 (generic industrial environment) • Exceeds EN 50121-4 (railway applications: electromagnetic compatibility.

to allow simple diagnostics and troubleshooting. or Speed via the Mode pushbutton (toggles between the three display modes) • System reset via the Mode push-button (if held for 5 seconds) Figure 1. It features: • RS232 console port for ‘out of band’ console access and configuration • Power supply and Alarm status indicators • Convenient port status indicators conveying Link/Activity. The following table lists the possible LED colors and their corresponding descriptions. v2.1. v3 (56-bit encryption) • RMON (Remote MONitoring) • Rich set of diagnostics with logging and alarms 1. Duplex. Product Overview Rugged Operating System (ROS™) Management Features • Secure Web-based. management interfaces • Menu and Command Line based management interfaces via serial port. which provides real-time status information for each port and for the chassis as a whole. shown in the following figure. Display Panel Description RS2000 series products are equipped with a versatile display panel.1. LED Power 1 / Power 2 Color Green Red Off Alarm Red Off Description Power supply operating normally Power supply failure No power supply installed An alarm condition exists – log in to the web management interface or to the CLI to determine the alarm code No alarms exist Table 1. LED Display – Device status LED behavior definition RuggedCom® RuggedSwitch® 9 RSG2100 Installation Guide Rev 118 .3. SSH and Telnet • Remote command execution via RSH • SNMP v1.1. RSG2100 LED Display Panel The device status LEDs provide a quick visual indication of the operational status of the unit.

Duplex.1. Mode Status Color Green (Solid) Green (Blinking) Off Duplex Green (Solid) Orange (Solid) Off Speed Green (Blinking) Green (Solid) Orange (Solid) Off Description Link detected Activity No link Full-Duplex operation Half-Duplex operation No link 1000Mb/s 100Mb/s 10Mb/s No link Table 1. and Speed. Port Status LED behavior definition RuggedCom® RuggedSwitch® 10 RSG2100 Installation Guide Rev 118 .2. Product Overview The port LEDs operate in three display modes: Status. To set the display mode. push the Mode button.

Slots 1. 2. Figure 2. The figure below shows the physical layout of these ports. Each Ethernet module is equipped with an LED per port that indicates link/activity status information. Figure 2. 3 and 4 support two-port Ethernet modules up to 1Gbps.1.2. RuggedSwitch® Modules 2. Slot 5 supports a oneport module up to 1Gbps. Slot 6 contains the PTP Source Card to support advanced time synchronization.2. Ethernet Panel LEDs RuggedCom® RuggedSwitch® 11 RSG2100 Installation Guide Rev 118 . five of which are modular and may be selected at the time the unit is ordered.2.1. along with the link and activity LEDs for each port. “Ethernet Panel LEDs” shows a copper port module in slot 1 and a fiber module in slot 2. Ethernet Panel Description Figure 2. and blinks for activity. Ethernet and LED Display Panels The Ethernet connector panel of the RSG2288 is organized into six slots. RuggedSwitch® Modules 2. The LED is solid for ports with a valid link.

Rack Mounting For rack mount installations. or directly onto a panel. The entire chassis can then be mounted to a standard 19" rack. RSG2100 Rack Mount Chassis Orientation: Front Mount Figure 3. 1" DIN Rail. See the front and rear rack mount chassis orientation options below for examples of rack mount orientation. Secure the rack mount adapter to the front side of the chassis using the included black PAN head Phillips screws in the positions shown in Figure 3.3.2. 3. RSG2100 Rack Mount Chassis Orientation: Rear Mount The RSG2000 family of products can be rack mounted using the included rack mount adapters.1. Customers can order an RSG2000 series switch that can be mounted in a standard 19" rack. Two additional rack mount adapters are included to optionally secure the rear of the chassis in high-vibration or seismically active locations.1. Mounting RSG2000 series products are designed for maximum mounting and display flexibility. Placing the connectors on the rear allows all data and power cabling to be installed and connected at the rear of the rack. Figure 3. “Rack Mount Adapter Mounting Locations”. RuggedCom® RuggedSwitch® 12 RSG2100 Installation Guide Rev 118 .1. Installation 3. the RSG2000 series can be ordered with connectors on the front panel or on the rear of the chassis.1. Installation 3.3.

Rack Mount Adapter Mounting Locations Since heat within the RSG2100 is channeled to the enclosure.4.3. Although forced airflow is not necessary.2. “Panel / DIN Rail Mounting Diagram (Connectors at Top)” for a panel and DIN mounting diagram. Both options involve the use of the panel/DIN adapters to be mounted on each side of the chassis enclosure.1. Installation Figure 3. RuggedCom® RuggedSwitch® 13 RSG2100 Installation Guide Rev 118 .75") be kept unpopulated and free of equipment above each RS2000 series product to allow for a small amount of convectional airflow. Panel and DIN Rail Mounting RS2000 series products can be ordered as panel/DIN mount chassis. The adapter allows for the chassis to be mounted on a standard 1" DIN rail using the grooves in the adapter.3. it is recommended that 1 rack-unit of space (1. and secured using the included Phillips screw. any increase in airflow will result in a reduction of ambient temperature that will improve the long-term reliability of all equipment mounted within the rack space. See Figure 3. 3.

Installation Figure 3.3.4. the RS2000 series products can be equipped with several different types of fiber optic ports. RuggedCom® RuggedSwitch® 14 RSG2100 Installation Guide Rev 118 . 3.2. RX and TX will be reversed). Modules populated on the top row of the device typically have locking mechanisms or tabs facing the top of the unit. Panel / DIN Rail Mounting Diagram (Connectors at Top) 3. Fiber Optic Transceiver Orientation and Connection Depending on the order code of the product. A front view (looking into the connector) and a top view of the connector module are shown for each one. Note that when the module is installed in the unit. the transceiver orientation will be inverted relative to the diagram (i.1. The diagrams in this section depict each fiber connector style supported by the RuggedSwitch® in order to provide a reference for the proper orientation of cable connections. Modules located on the bottom row of the device have locking mechanisms or tabs facing the bottom of the unit. most of the body of the module as shown in top views below will not be visible.e. The Transmit (TX) and Receive (RX) connections of each port must be properly connected and matched for proper link and operation. Pluggable Fiber Transceiver Modules The following figures show front and top views of the pluggable fiber transceiver modules supported by RuggedSwitch®.2. Note that if modules are populated on the bottom row of the device.

MTRJ 100FX connector RuggedCom® RuggedSwitch® 15 RSG2100 Installation Guide Rev 118 . Figure 3.2.10.7.9.3. Fixed Fiber Transceivers The following figures show front and top views of the fixed fiber transceiver modules supported by RuggedSwitch®. 1000LX SFP (miniGBIC) Module and LC connector Figure 3. most of the connector body as shown in the illustrations is not visible. ST 10FL connector Figure 3. 100FX/1000LX LC connector Figure 3.5.8. 1000LX GBIC connector 3. 100FX/1000LX SC connector Figure 3.6. Installation Figure 3.2. Note that when the module daughter card is installed in the unit.

3. Power Supply Wiring And Grounding The RSG2100 supports dual redundant power supplies.12.2. The safety cover must be re-attached after wiring to ensure personnel safety.2. Installation Figure 3.13. The connections for PS1.11. “RS2000 Series Phoenix Plug Terminal Block”. “AC Power Supply Wiring Examples ”. Power Supply 1 (PS1) and Power Supply 2 (PS2).2. Section 3.2. PS2 and the fail-safe relay are located on the terminal block as shown in Figure 3.3. Refer to Table 3.1. We recommend the use of #6 size ring lugs to ensure secure. Refer to Section 3. The Phillips Screw Terminal Block has Phillips screws with compression plates.3.3. reliable connections under severe shock or vibration.12. RS2000 Series Phillips Screw Terminal Block RuggedCom® RuggedSwitch® 16 RSG2100 Installation Guide Rev 118 . “DC Power Supply Wiring Examples ” and Section 3. “RSG2100 Power Terminal Block Connection Description” for a description of each terminal.3.3. “AC and DC Power Supply Wiring Example ” for power supply wiring examples.1. The RSG2100 can be equipped with either a Phillips Screw Terminal Block or a Phoenix Pluggable Terminal Block. Both terminal blocks have a safety cover which must be removed via two Phillips screws before connecting any wires. 100FX/1000LX ST connector 3. “RS2000 Series Phillips Screw Terminal Block” and Figure 3. allowing either bare wire connections or crimped terminal lugs. Figure 3.2.

is connected to the negative (-) terminal if the power source is DC or to the (Neutral) terminal if the power source is AC. shown in Figure 3. PS1 Surge Ground is connected to the Chassis Ground via a jumper on the terminal block. PS2 Surge Ground is connected to the Chassis Ground via a jumper on the terminal block. Failsafe relay common contact. uses a #6-32 screw. Installation Figure 3. Chassis Ground is connected to the Safety Ground terminal for AC inputs or the equipment ground bus for DC inputs.14. RS2000 Series Phoenix Plug Terminal Block The RSG2100 chassis ground connection. Surge Ground is used as the ground conductor for all surge and transient suppression circuitry. PS2 Neutral / .14. “Chassis Ground Connection”. Normally open. NOTE: Surge Ground must be disconnected from Chassis Ground during HIPOT (dielectric strength) testing. PS2 Live / + is connected to the positive (+) terminal if the power source is DC or to the (Live) terminal if the power source is AC. 3 4 PS1 Neutral / Chassis Ground 5 6 PS2 Live / + PS2 Surge Ground 7 8 9 PS2 Neutral / Relay NO Contact Relay Common RuggedCom® RuggedSwitch® 17 RSG2100 Installation Guide Rev 118 . Chassis Ground Connection Terminal Number 1 2 Description PS1 Live / + PS1 Surge Ground Usage PS1 Live / + is connected to the positive (+) terminal if the power source is DC or to the (Live) terminal if the power source is AC.is connected to the negative (-) terminal if the power source is DC or to the (Neutral) terminal if the power source is AC. Surge Ground is used as the ground conductor for all surge and transient suppression circuitry. and to use a torque setting not exceeding 15 in•lbs (1. Figure 3. PS1 Neutral / .3. It is recommended to terminate the ground connection in a #6 ring lug. NOTE: Surge Ground must be disconnected from Chassis Ground during HIPOT (dielectric strength) testing.13. Chassis ground connects to both power supply surge grounds via a removable jumper.7 Nm). failsafe relay contact.

2. DC Power Supply Wiring Examples + + + Figure 3. independent AC sources can be used to power the product for greater redundancy.3. Installation Terminal Number 10 Description Relay NC Contact Usage Normally closed.15. 3.18. DC Single Power Supply Wiring Example Figure 3.1.3.2. AC Single Power Supply Wiring Example Figure 3.17. RSG2100 Power Terminal Block Connection Description 3. DC Dual Redundant Power Supply Wiring Example RuggedCom® RuggedSwitch® 18 RSG2100 Installation Guide Rev 118 . Table 3.16.1. AC Power Supply Wiring Examples Figure 3. • When equipped with two HI voltage power supplies.3. • Equipment must be installed according to the applicable country wiring codes.2. failsafe relay contact. AC Dual Redundant Power Supply Wiring Example • 100-240VAC rated equipment: A 250VAC appropriately rated circuit breaker must be installed.

3. • For dual DC power supplies. and 6 of the power supply terminal block. • Separate circuit breakers must be installed and separately identified. The figure below shows the proper HIPOT test connections and should be followed to avoid damage to the device.4.19. • Equipment must be installed according to the applicable country wiring codes. Installation • 88-300VDC rated equipment: A 300VDC appropriately rated circuit breaker must be installed.3. users must remove the metal jumper located across terminals 2. 4.3. AC and DC Power Supply Wiring Example + Figure 3. separate circuit breakers must be installed and separately identified. RuggedCom® RuggedSwitch® 19 RSG2100 Installation Guide Rev 118 .2. DC and AC Power Supply Wiring Example • 88-300VDC rated equipment: A 300VDC appropriately rated circuit breaker must be installed.2. Dielectric Strength (HIPOT) Testing For dielectric strength (HIPOT) testing in the field. • A circuit breaker is not required for 12-24 or 48VDC rated power supplies. This metal jumper connects transient suppression circuitry to chassis ground and must be removed in order to avoid damage to transient suppression circuitry during HIPOT testing. • Equipment must be installed according to the applicable country wiring codes. • A circuit breaker is not required for 12-24 or 48 VDC rated power supplies. 3. • 100-240VAC rated equipment: A 250VAC appropriately rated circuit breaker must be installed. 3.

20. Control of this output is user selectable and can be programmed via the Rugged Operating System (ROS).6.23. The connection is made using the DB9-Female to RJ45 console cable included in the device packaging shown in Figure 3. Console Port Wiring An RS232 console port for configuration and management of the device is located on the LED display module shown in Figure 3. RuggedCom® RuggedSwitch® 20 RSG2100 Installation Guide Rev 118 . 8 data bits. This port is intended to be a temporary connection during initial configuration or troubleshooting and allows direct serial access to the management console. Dielectric Strength (HIPOT) Testing 3. “RS2000 Series Console Cable”. Installation Figure 3. Console connection settings are: 57600 bps. no parity bits. One common application for this output is to signal an alarm if a power failure or removal of control power occurs. The contacts are energized upon power-up of the unit and remain energized unless a critical error occurs. “Console Port on Display Board”. Failsafe Alarm Relay Wiring and Specifications The “Failsafe” output relay is provided to signal critical error conditions that may occur on RS2000 series products.5.2. Figure 3.22. and 1 stop bit. Failsafe Alarm Relay Wiring 3. The proper relay connections are shown in the figure below.21.2.3.

1. Installation Figure 3. 3. • Serial cable must not exceed 2m (6.5 ft) in length. The RJ45 receptacles can also accept and take advantage of screened (commonly known as “shielded”) cabling.Signal ground DSR – Data set ready RTS – Ready to send CTS – Clear to send RI – Ring Indicator DB9.7. RJ45 Twisted-Pair Data Ports RS2000 series Ethernet switches may have several 10/100BaseTX ports that allow connection to standard CAT-5 UTP cable with RJ45 male connectors. the RSG2100 can be configured via a number of networked mechanisms such as Telnet SSH.2.23.7. The figure below shows the RJ45 port pins configuration. RS2000 Series Console Cable Signal Name (PC is DTE) DCD – Carrier detect RxD – Receive data (to DTE) TxD – Transmit data (from DTE) DTR – Data terminal ready GND . auto-polarity.22.2.Female 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 RJ45 Male 2 5 6 3 4 1* 8 7 1* Table 3. and auto-crossover functions.3. All RS2000 series RJ45 RuggedSwitch® products feature auto-negotiation. and the built-in secure web server. Consult the ROS™ User Guide for further details. Ethernet Ports 3. RuggedCom® RuggedSwitch® 21 RSG2100 Installation Guide Rev 118 . Console Port on Display Board Figure 3. RS232 Over RJ45 Console Cable Pin-out After initial configuration.2. • This port is not intended to be a permanent connection.

24.25. real-time automation applications.7.5. 2.3.2. Micro-D 10/100/1000BaseTX Port Pin Assignment 1.(C-) TP0. Micro-D 10/100/1000BaseTX Port Pin Configuration 9 Table 3. However.(B-) TP3. For 10/100Base-TX ports: Pin 2 and Pin 7 are internally connected. Micro-D 10/100BaseTX Port Pin Assignment Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Signal TP1+ (B+) TP3+ (D+) No Connection TP2+ (C+) TP0+ (A+) TP1. For 10/100/1000Base-TX ports: Pin 3 and Pin 8 are internally connected on the PCB board.2. Installation Pin 1 2 3 6 4. 5. 9 Description RX + RX TX + TX No Connection Figure 3.(D-) TP2.3. Pin 4 and Pin 8 are internally connected on the PCB board. Protection on Twisted-Pair Data Ports RuggedCom does not recommend the use of CAT-5 cabling of any length for critical.7. Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Signal TX+ No Connection No Connection No Connection RX+ TXNo Connection No Connection RX- Figure 3.(A-) Figure 3.2. 7. 3. Micro-D 10/100BaseTX Port Pin Configuration 8 9 Table 3. transient suppression circuitry is present on all copper ports to protect against damage from electrical transients and to ensure IEC 61850-3 and IEEE 1613 Class RuggedCom® RuggedSwitch® 22 RSG2100 Installation Guide Rev 118 .26.4. Micro-D Twisted-Pair Data Ports The RSG2100 may have several 10/100/1000BaseTX ports that allow connection to standard CAT-5 UTP cable with Micro-D connectors. RJ45 Port Pin Configuration Table 3. RJ45 Ethernet Pin Assignment 3.3.

Connector and wiring standards to be determined. new and pre-existing communication paths should be verified for TIA/EIA-568-A compliance. They include: • Ensuring that dust caps are mounted on SFP cages at all times unless a user is in the process of inserting or removing an SFP module. Pluggable optics – Installation. Table 3.ideally limited to 3m (10') in length. • Shielded/screened cabling can optionally be used. To ensure reliable. Table 3. “Cabling Categories And 1000Base-TX Compliance” summarizes the relevant cabling standards. and GBIC (GigaBit Interface Converter). communications errors or interruptions may occur but recovery is automatic.2. New installations should be designed with Category 5e or higher. Copper data cables should not be used for inter-building communications. greater than 2500V) during line-to-ground fault conditions.3ab Gigabit Ethernet standard defines 1000 Mbit/s Ethernet communications over distances of up to 100 meters using all 4 pairs in category 5 (or higher) balanced unshielded twisted-pair cabling. This can be accomplished by properly grounding via an ESD wrist strap. error-free data communication. Cabling Categories And 1000Base-TX Compliance Follow these recommendations for copper data cabling in high electrical noise environments: • Data cable lengths should be as short as possible . and precautions The RS2000 series of products can be ordered with two pluggable optical form factors: SFP (Small Form-factor Pluggable). Gigabit Ethernet 1000Base-TX Cabling Recommendations The IEEE 802. No action required. RuggedCom also does not recommend using these ports to interface to field devices across distances which could produce high levels of ground potential rise. or by touching earth or chassis ground before performing installation or RuggedCom® RuggedSwitch® 23 RSG2100 Installation Guide Rev 118 . (i.e. • Power and data cables should not be run in parallel for long distances. 3. Cabling Category <5 5 5e 6 >6 1000BaseTX Compliant No Yes Yes Yes Yes Required Action New wiring infrastructure required.6. The cable shield should be grounded at one single point to avoid the generation of ground loops.2. removal. The dust caps will prevent the accumulation of residue or particles that might inhibit proper operation. system designers and integrators should refer to the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) TIA/EIA-568-A wiring standard that characterizes minimum cabling performance specifications required for proper Gigabit Ethernet operation.8. 3. Verify TIA/EIA-568-A compliance. No action required.7. SFP and GBIC modules can be safely inserted and removed while the chassis is powered and operating – a feature also referred to as “hot-swappable”. This means that during the transient event. Power and data cables should intersect at 90° angles when necessary to reduce inductive coupling. when inserting or removing optics there are several precautions that should be taken.6. Installation 1 conformance.3.4. • Ensuring that the user has properly discharged any possible electrostatic build-up in order to prevent electrostatic discharges (ESD). Nevertheless. and should be installed in separate conduits. For wiring guidelines.

29.2. 3.3. as shown in the figure below.8.8.3.2. Grasp RuggedCom® RuggedSwitch® 24 RSG2100 Installation Guide Rev 118 . and modules on the lower row must be inserted top-side down.2. Locking Latch Location on GBIC Optical Modules 3. free from moisture and stored at the proper temperature (–40 to +85°C). Module Insertion – GBIC and SFP Special attention must be paid to the orientation of SFP and GBIC modules upon installation in the RuggedSwitch® chassis. disconnect any cables and replace the dust cover to protect the optics. Figure 3.8. one on either side of the module. Modules on the upper row must be inserted top-side up.27. SFP Module Removal SFP Modules are removed using the metal bail latch located on the top of the module. • Disconnecting all cables from the SFP or GBIC module prior to insertion or removal of the module. • Using only optics certified by RuggedCom Inc. the figures below show the proper orientation of SFP and GBIC modules installed to both upper and lower slots. Figure 3. Dust covers should be in place when installing the modules.28.1. SFP modules should be inserted with the bail-latch in the locked position. SFP Orientation for Top and Bottom Row Ports Figure 3. GBIC Orientation for Top and Bottom Row Ports Both SFP and GBIC modules should gently slide into their ports and should lock in place when fully inserted.2. 3. To remove a GBIC module. Installation removal of optics. For example. Damage can occur to optics and product if compatibility and reliability have not been properly assessed. GBIC Module Removal GBIC modules have two locking latches. ESD can damage or shorten the life of optical modules when not plugged into a chassis. To remove the SFP module. Depress both latches simultaneously and gently pull the module from the chassis. with RuggedCom products. The module should be immediately stored in an ESD-safe environment. disconnect any cables and replace the dust cover to protect the optics. • Ensuring that SFP and GBIC optical modules are always stored in an ESD-safe bag or other suitable ESD-safe environment. and should always be in place when cables are not connected.

Installation the bail latch and gently pull outwards to unlock and remove the module.3.30. SFP Removal RuggedCom® RuggedSwitch® 25 RSG2100 Installation Guide Rev 118 . Figure 3. Immediately store the module in an ESD-safe environment.

1. 125VDC 2A @ 240VAC.15A @ 125VDC. Technical Specifications 4. Failsafe Relay Specifications 4.3af Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 10Mbps Ports Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 100Mbps Ports 1000Mbps Ports Notes 10BaseT / 10BaseFL 100BaseTX / 100BaseFX 1000BaseSX/LX 1000BaseTx Full Duplex Operation MAC Bridges VLAN (Virtual LAN) Priority Levels Power over Ethernet Ports (17-20) Table 4. 0.1p IEEE 802. Table 4. RSG2100 Power Supply Specifications 4. Power Consumption 10/100TX FE Ports 15 W 15 W 15 W 15 W Worst Case 30 W 30 W 30 W 30 W 3. (F) Denotes fast-acting fuse (T) denotes time-delay fuse. Failsafe Relay Specifications Parameter Max Switching Voltage Rated Switching Current Max Switching Capacity Value (Resistive Load) 240VAC. 2A @ 30VDC 150W. 500VA Table 4.1Q IEEE 802.3u IEEE 802. Technical Specifications 4. Power Supply Specifications Power Supply Type 12 – 24 VDC 48 VDC HI (125/250 VDC) HI (110/230 VAC) a b c c a Input Range Min 10 VDC 36 VDC 88 VAC 85 VAC Max 36 VDC 59 VDC 300 VDC 264 VAC Internal Fuse Rating 6.2.3 IEEE 802.3.4. Networking Standards Supported RuggedCom® RuggedSwitch® 26 RSG2100 Installation Guide Rev 118 .15A(T) 2A(T) 2A(T) cb cb Power consumption varies based on configuration.3A(F) b b Max.3.3x IEEE 802.3z IEEE 802. Networking Standards Supported Parameter IEEE 802.2.3ab IEEE 802. c The “HI” power supply is the same power supply for both AC and DC. 10/100Base-TX ports consume roughly 1W less than fiber optic ports.1.1D IEEE 802.

4. Auto-negotiating Shielded/Unshielded Auto-Crossover.4. and can determine the modules installed on a particular unit by reading the factory data file via the RuggedSwitch ROS® user interface.4. Fiber Optic Specifications The following sections list fiber optic specifications for ports that can be ordered with an RS2000 series Ethernet switch. 4. Copper Ethernet Port Specifications 4. Fiber Ethernet Port Specifications The specifications are organized by signaling speed and then by order code. Auto-Polarity Table 4. Copper Ethernet Port Specifications Parameter Speed Duplex Cable-Type Wiring Standard Max Distance Connector Isolation Specification 10/100 Mbps FDX / HDX ≥ Category 5 TIA/EIA T568A/B 100 m RJ45 1.6. The following sections list specifications for fiber optic modules in Fast Ethernet(10/100Mbps) and Gigabit Ethernet (1000Mbps). Technical Specifications 4. The user determines the type of optics at the time of ordering. Module order codes are contained within each product when assembled and configured at the factory.5. Consult the RuggedCom ROS® User Guide for help in obtaining the factory configuration data.5kV RMS 1-minute Notes Auto-negotiating. RuggedCom® RuggedSwitch® 27 RSG2100 Installation Guide Rev 118 .

5/125 50/125 50/125 62.5 -19 -22.9 -33.4. Fast Ethernet (10/100Mbps) Optical Specifications Order Code Speed Mode / Cable Standard Connector Tx λ (nm) Type (µm) 10FL 10FL 100FX MM/ST SM/ST MM/ST 820 1310 1300 62.2 -11.5 -3 -3 0 5 -3 -3 -3 -20 -20 -21 -24 -20 -20 -20 -20 -21 -23 -23 -23 -22 -22 -21 0 0 -3 -3 -3 -3 0 0 -3 -3 -3 -3 -3 -3 -3 Typical Distance (km) 0.6.5.5/125 50/125 9/125 9/125 9/125 9/125 SIMPLEX 9/125 SIMPLEX 9/125 9/125 -9.5/125 9/125 9/125 9/125 9/125 9/125 9/125 9/125 Tx Tx Rx Rx min max Sensitivity Saturation (dBm) (dBm) (dBm) (dBm) -16 -19.5 -22.5 -9.5 -32 -34 -31 -38 -34 -35 -37 -37 -11.8 -27 -19 -22.55 10 25 40 70 10 10 10 Power Budget (dB) 10.5/125 50/125 9/125 9/125 9/125 9/125 62.5 -5 -10 -5 -9 -9 -9.5 -4 -4 -3 0 -3 0 -2.5 11.5 13 19 16 23 29 30 42 37 12-11-0011 12-11-0012 12-11-0007 12-11-0009 100FX MM/SC 1300 12-11-0008 12-11-0046 12-11-0006 12-11-0005 12-11-0004 12-11-0031 12-11-0032 12-11-0033 12-11-0034 100FX 100FX 100FX 100FX 100FX 100FX 100FX 100FX 100FX MM/MTRJ MM/LC SM/ST SM/SC SM/LC SM/SC SM/LC SM/SC SM/LC 1300 1310 1310 1300 1300 1310 1310 1310 1310 Table 4.2 8 14.9 -33.9 11 14.5 -9.9 -33.5/125 62.5 10.4 11.1.2 -3 -14 -14 -14 -14 -14 -14 -14 -3 -7 -3 -3 -3 0 0 Typical Distance (km) 2 2 5 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 20 20 20 50 50 90 90 Power Budget (dB) 18 14.9 -33.5 12-11-0036 12-11-0027 12-11-0028 12-11-0025 12-11-0026 25-10-0111 25-10-0100 25-10-0101 25-10-01085 25-10-01094 25-10-0202 25-10-02034 25-10-0102 RuggedCom® RuggedSwitch® 28 RSG2100 Installation Guide Rev 118 .4 14.5/125 50/125 62.) min max Sensitivity Saturation Standard Connector Type (µm) (nm) (dBm) (dBm) (dBm) (dBm) 1000SX 1000LX 1000LX 1000LX 1000LX 1000SX 1000LX 1000LX 1000LX 1000LX 1000BX 1000BX 1000LX MM/LC MM/LC SM/LC SM/LC SM/SC SM/SC MM/LC SM/LC SM/LC SM/LC SM/LC SM/SC SM/SC SM/SC 850 850 1310 1310 1310 1310 850 850 1310 1310 1550 1550 1310 1490 1310 62.5 -33.1.9 11.5 -19 -19 -15 -15 -15 -5 -5 0 0 -9 -12.7 10 25 10 25 0.5 -2. Fixed Gigabit Transceivers Order Code Tx Tx Rx Rx Speed Mode / Cable Tx λ (typ.3 0.6.5 20 17 23 13 13 11.2.6.5 -7 -6 0 -9 -9 -9.5/125 50/125 9/125 62.4 0. Gigabit Ethernet (1Gbps) Optical Specifications 4.8 -14 -14 -14 -14 -14 -14 -14 -14 -7 -8 -8 0 0 5 5 -34 -34 -35 -33.5 19 10 15 11 11 11.2. Fast Ethernet (10/100Mbps) Optical Specifications 4. Technical Specifications 4.

PTP Card Specifications 4. All optical power numbers are listed as dBm averages. Technical Specifications Order Code 25-10-0103 25-10-01134 Tx Tx Rx Rx Speed Mode / Cable Tx λ (typ. IRIG-B PWM Input Parameter Input Voltage Input Impedance Typical Value TTL-Compatible >200kΩ Table 4. IRIG-B PWM Input Specifications 4. All cabling is duplex type unless otherwise specified.7. 3. and number of patches and splices. Maximum segment length is greatly dependent on factors such as fiber quality. Gigabit Ethernet Optical Specifications 1.4. 2.8.7. and has been replaced with the 70 km 25-10-0109 SFP module. IRIG-B Output Parameter Output Current (Is) Output Voltage (Vs) Output Impedance (Rs) Typical Value 100 mA 5 Vp-p 50Ω Table 4. Please consult RuggedCom sales associates when determining maximum segment distances.7.7. IRIG-B003 PWM Output Specifications Parameter Carrier Frequency Modulation Depth Output Current (Is) Output Impedance (Rs) Output Voltage (Vs) Typical Value 1 kHz 3:1±10% 24 mA 10Ω 6 Vp-p Table 4. These transceivers utilize a distributed feedback (DFB) type laser and are rated for -20°C to +85°C operation only. The 25-10-0108 SFP module is obsolete.) min max Sensitivity Saturation Standard Connector Type (µm) (nm) (dBm) (dBm) (dBm) (dBm) 1000LX 1000LX SM/SC SM/SC 1310 1550 9/125 9/125 -3 0 2 5 -23 -23 -3 -3 Typical Distance (km) 25 70 Power Budget (dB) 20 23 Table 4. 4. 5.6.2.9. IRIG-B123 AM Output Specifications RuggedCom® RuggedSwitch® 29 RSG2100 Installation Guide Rev 118 . 4.1.

Operating Environment RuggedCom® RuggedSwitch® 30 RSG2100 Installation Guide Rev 118 . Operating Environment Parameter Ambient Operating Temperature Ambient Relative Humidity Ambient Storage Temperature Range -40 to 85°C 5% to 95% -40 to 85°C Comments Ambient Temperature as measured from a 30cm radius surrounding the center of the enclosure.10.4. Non-condensing Table 4.8. Technical Specifications 4.

57 × 258.9. Mechanical Specifications Figure 4.74 in (464.5 kg) 18AWG galvanized steel Comments (Length × Width × Height) with mounting brackets installed Table 4.17 × 1.32 × 44. RSG2100 Mechanical Dimensions RuggedCom® RuggedSwitch® 31 RSG2100 Installation Guide Rev 118 .29 × 10.1.11. Mechanical Specifications Parameter Dimensions Weight Enclosure Value 18.4.20 mm) 10 lb (4. Technical Specifications 4.

1.1s.C. Power ports Signal ports IEC 61000-4-12 Damped Oscillatory D. Power ports Signal ports IEC 60255-5 Dielectric Strength D. 60% for 0. IEC 61850-3 EMI Type Tests RuggedCom® RuggedSwitch® 32 RSG2100 Installation Guide Rev 118 . +/.C. 100% for 0. EMI And Environmental Type Tests Test IEC 61000-4-2 IEC 61000-4-3 ESD Radiated RFI Description Enclosure Contact Enclosure Air Enclosure Ports Signal ports IEC 61000-4-4 Burst (Fast Transient) D.C.5. 1kV diff. Power ports A. 300V for 1s 30V Continuous.C. 1kV diff. Power ports D. Power ports A. EMI And Environmental Type Tests 5.V. 1000 A/m for 1 s 1000 A/m for 1 s D. Power ports IEC 61000-4-16 IEC 61000-4-17 Mains Frequency Voltage Ripple on D.C.5kV common.2kV line-to-line +/.4kV +/. Power ports Earth ground ports IEC 61000-4-8 Magnetic Field Enclosure Ports Test Levels +/. 60% for 50 periods 100% for 5 periods.C.4kV +/. Power ports RuggedCom-specified severity levels Table 5.C. Power ports Signal ports IEC 61000-4-6 Induced (Conducted) RFI D.C. Power Supply Signal ports D. +/. +/.2kV line-to-earth.C. 100% for 50 periods 2. mode@1MHz 30V Continuous.05s 30% for 1 period.1s. 1kV diff. mode@1MHz 2.5kHz +/. Power ports IEC 61000-4-11 Voltage Dips & Interrupts A.5kVDC 2kVAC 5kV (Fail-Safe Relay output) 5kV 5kV H.15 kV 20 V/m +/.C.C. continuous.5kV common. Power ports IEC 61000-4-29 Voltage Dips & Interrupts A.2kV line-to-line 10V 10V 10V 10V 40 A/m. 300V for 1s 10% 2kVAC (Fail-Safe Relay output) 1.4kV @ 2.4kV +/.C. Power ports A.C. mode@1MHz 2.C. Power ports A.5kV common.4kV line-to-earth.C. Impulse D. Power ports A.C.4kV line-to-earth. Power ports Earth ground ports Signal ports IEC 61000-4-5 Surge D.C Power ports A.8 kV +/.C. Power ports Signal ports IEC 60255-5 a Severity Levels 4 4 Note Note 4 4 4 4 3 4 3 3 3 3 Note 5 N/A N/A N/A 3 3 3 4 4 3 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A a a a 30% for 0.1kV line-to-line +/.

Power ports A.15kV 35 V/m +/. Power ports A.2.90.90.C. Power ports Signal ports IEEE C37.5kVDC 2kVAC IEEE C37.3 IEEE C37. Power ports Table 5.2 ESD Radiated RFI Description Enclosure Contact Enclosure Air Enclosure ports Signal ports Test Levels +/.V. 16 Hours 95% (non-condensing). meets Class 1 for copper ports: • If the unit contains copper ports.C.C.1 Oscillatory D. EMI And Environmental Type Tests Test IEEE C37.C. • If the unit contains all fiber ports the IEEE 1613 conformance is Class 2 (During disturbance no errors will occur).5kHz +/.C. for shipboard applications and for severe transportation conditions.x) EMI Immunity Type Tests Meets Class 2 requirements for an all fiber configuration.C. Impulse D. mode@1MHz 2.90 H.” Table 5.90. 1kV diff.4kV +/.90.1 Fast Transient D.C.C. Power ports A. 16 Hours +85°C. Environmental Type Tests RuggedCom® RuggedSwitch® 33 RSG2100 Installation Guide Rev 118 . Cyclic) Vibration Shock Test Ad Test Bd Test Db Test Levels -40°C. 1kV diff.3. 55°C .4kV +/.5kV common mode @1MHz 2. Power ports A. e.g. 6 cycles 2g @ (10 .90.4kV @ 2.5. mode@1MHz 5kV (Fail-Safe Relay output) 5kV 5kV 2kVAC 1.150) Hz 30g @ 11mS Severity Levels N/A N/A N/A Class 2 Class 2 a a Class 2 refers to “Measuring relays and protection equipment for which a very high security margin is required or where the vibration levels are very high.90 Dielectric Strength D. Power ports Earth ground ports Signal ports IEEE C37.4kV 2. IEEE 1613 (C37. Test IEC 60068-2-1 IEC 60068-2-2 IEC 60068-2-30 IEC 60255-21-1 IEC 60255-21-2 a Description Cold Temperature Dry Heat Humidity (Damp Heat. the IEEE 1613 conformance is Class 1 (During disturbance errors may occur but recovery is automatic).5kV common.5kV common. Power ports Signal ports IEEE C37.8kV +/.

Class A EN55022. EN 61000-6-2 FCC Part 15. 60950 UL 60950 EN 60950. Agency Approvals 6. Agency Approvals RuggedCom® RuggedSwitch® 34 RSG2100 Installation Guide Rev 118 . Subchapter J EN60825-1:1994 + A11:1996 + A2:2001 ISO9001:2000 Comments Passed Passed Passed Passed Passed Passed Passed Designed and manufactured using a ISO9001: 2000 certified quality program Table 6.1.6.2 No. Agency Approvals Agency CSA UL CE FCC CISPR FDA/CDRH IEC/EN ISO Standards CSA C22. Class A 21 CFR Chapter 1.

7. This product contains no user-serviceable parts. Should this product require service. visit www. 300 Applewood Crescent Concord. Attempted service by unauthorized personnel shall render all warranties null and void.com or contact your customer service representative. Ontario Canada L4K 5C7 Phone: +1 905 856 5288 Fax: +1 905 856 1995 RuggedCom® RuggedSwitch® 35 RSG2100 Installation Guide Rev 118 .RuggedCom. Warranty RuggedCom warrants this product for a period of five (5) years from the date of purchase. contact the factory at: RuggedCom Inc. Warranty 7. For warranty details.