DIVISION 27 21 29 C. All fiber optic Ethernet managed switches and
CWGE9MS –9-PORT FIBER OPTIC GIGABIT SFP modules shall be supplied from a single
ETHERNET MANAGED SWITCH manufacturer.
ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS 2.02 MANUFACTURED UNITS
A. Model Number Descriptions: Reference Table
PART 1 - GENERAL A: Product Number Descriptions
1.01 SUMMARY B. Model Compatibility Chart: Reference Table B:
A. Nine Port Gigabit Ethernet Managed Switch Product Compatibility Chart
1.02 SECTION INCLUDES 2.03 GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
A. CWGE9MS Series Gigabit Ethernet Managed B. The Ethernet managed switch system shall be a
Switch ComNet CWGE9MS. The module shall support
1.03 REFERENCES transmission utilizing Category 5e cable or
A. Underwriters Laboratory (UL) better, multimode, or single-mode fiber. The
B. Underwriters Laboratory Canada (ULC) module shall support IEEE 802.3 protocol using
C. European Union Compliance (CE) Auto-negotiating and Auto-MDI/MDI-X
1.04 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION features. The module shall feature 7 (seven)
A. Performance Requirements: Provide 7 (seven) 10/100/1000TX RJ-45 ports and 2 (two) combo
10/100/1000TX RJ-45 ports, 2 (two) combo 10/100/1000TX RJ-45 ports / Gigabit SFP ports.
10/100/1000TX RJ-45 ports, / Gigabit SFP ports. Use of an SFP port disables the corresponding
Use of an SFP port disables the corresponding 10/100/1000TX RJ-45 port. Similarly, use of a
10/100/1000TX RJ-45 port. Similarly, use of a 10/100/1000TX RJ-45 port disables the
10/100/1000TX RJ-45 port disables the corresponding SFP port. The module shall
corresponding SFP port. require no in-field electrical or optical
1. The system shall have SFP ports allowing adjustments or in-line attenuators to ease
for the use of SFP modules for flexibility in installation. The module shall provide power,
determining operating wavelength, range, link speed, and fiber port status indicating LED’s
number of fibers, type of receptacle, and for monitoring proper system operation. The
type of fiber. modules shall provide automatic re-settable
1.05 SUBMITTALS solid-state current limiters on each module to
A. Manufacturer’s Installation and Operating reduce the chance of a single point failure of the
Manual: Printed installation and operating system. The module shall have redundant power
information for each type of device specified. supply connections to minimize single point
1.06 DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING failure. The module shall provide a serial
A. Store in original packaging in a climate connection for local management of the device.
controlled environment. Storage Temperature The module shall have a 5 year warranty to
not to exceed -40˚ C to +85˚ C reduce system life cycle cost in an event of a
1.07 PROJECT/SITE CONDITIONS module failure.
A. Temperature Requirements: Products shall C. The following IEEE Networking Standards shall
operate in an environment with an ambient be supported:
temperature range of 0.0˚ C to +50˚ C without IEEE802.3 10BASE-T
the assistance of fan-forced cooling. IEEE802.3u 100BASE-TX
B. Humidity Requirements: Products shall operate IEEE802.3z Gigabit fiber
in an environment with relative humidity of 0% IEEE802.3ab 1000Base-T
to 95% (non-condensing). If product is installed IEEE802.3x Flow Control and Back Pressure
in condensation conditions, add –C to the part IEEE802.3ad Port Trunk with LACP
number. IEEE802.1d Spanning Tree Protocol
1.08 WARRANTY IEEE802.1w Rapid Spanning Tree
A. Standard Communication Networks IEEE802.1p Class of Service
Comprehensive 5 year Warranty: ComNet IEEE802.1q VLAN Tagging
warrants the product to be free of factory defects IEEE 802.1x User Authentication
under manufacture’s 5 year Warranty as D. Switching Performance
submitted under article 1.05 (A). Switch Technology: Store and Forward
PART 2 - PRODUCTS Technology
2.01 MANUFACTURER Switch Architecture Back-plane (Switching
A. Acceptable Manufacturer: Communication Fabric): 18Gbps
Networks; 3 Corporate Drive; Danbury CT Packet throughput ability (Full-Duplex):
06810 USA; Telephone: 203-796-5300; Fax 26.7Mpps @64bytes
Transfer Rate 14,880pps for Ethernet port
203-796-5303; Email: sales@ComNet.net;
148,800pps for Fast Ethernet port
Internet: www.ComNet.net 1,488,000pps for Gigabit Ethernet port
B. Substitutions: Not Permitted Packet Buffer 1Mbits
Mac Address 8K MAC address table
Flash ROM 4Mbytes 100 ~240VAC, 50/60Hz internal, 19.3 W
DRAM 32Mbytes B. Current Protection: Automatic re-settable solid-
E. MANAGEMENT state current limiters
SNMP v1 v2c, v3/ Web/Telnet/CLI Management C. Voltage Regulation: Solid-state.
SNMP MIB RFC 1215 Trap, RFC1213 MIBII, RFC D. Circuit Board: UL 94 flame rated and meets all
1157 SNMP MIB, RFC 1493 Bridge MIB, RFC 2674 IPC standards.
VLAN MIB, RFC 1643 , RFC 1757, RSTP MIB, 2.09 MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Private MIB A. 8.5 in (W) x 5.5 in (D) x 1.7 in (H)
VLAN Port Based VLAN IEEE 802.1Q Tag VLAN 217 mm (W) x 140 mm (D) x 43 mm (H)
(256 entries)/ VLAN ID (Up to 4K, VLAN ID can be B. Finish: Module shall be constructed of a metal
assigned from 1 to 4094.) GVRP (256 Groups) enclosure with a powder coat.
Port Trunk with LACP C. Weight: <3 lb/1.3kg
LACP Port Trunk: 4 Trunk groups/Maximum 4 trunk 2.10 ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS
members A. MTBF: >100,000 Hours
Spanning Tree Support IEEE802.1d Spanning Tree B. Operating Temp: 0.0˚ C to +50˚ C
and IEEE802.1w Rapid Spanning Tree C. Storage Temp: -40˚ C to +85˚ C
X-ring Support X-ring, Dual Homing, and Couple D. Relative Humidity: 0% to 95% (non-
Ring Provide redundant backup feature and the condensing).
recovery time below 300ms 2.11 REGULATORY AGENCIES/APPROVALS
Quality of Service The quality of service determined AND LISTINGS
by port, Tag and IPv4 Type of service, IPv4/ A. Underwriters Laboratory (UL) Listing Number:
IPv6Different Service I.T.E. 6D16
Class of Service Support IEEE802.1p class of B. Underwriters Laboratory Canada (ULC) Listing
service, per port provides 4 priority queues Number: I.T.E. 6D16
Port Security Support 100 entries of MAC address C. UL 94-flame rated PCB board: 94VO
for static MAC and another 100 for MAC filter PART 3 - EXECUTION
Port Mirror Support 3 mirroring types: “RX, TX 3.01 EXAMINATION
and Both packet”. A. All optical connectors shall be covered with dust
IGMP Support IGMP snooping v1,v2 256 multicast caps and remain on the module until installing
groups and IGMP query cable connectors to module.
IP Security Support 10 IP addresses that have 3.02 PREPARATION
permission to access the switch management and to A. Optical Fibers
prevent unauthorized intruder. 1. Caution: NEVER look into the end of an
Login Security Support IEEE802.1X active optical fiber when using laser light
Authentication/RADIUS output. Eye damage can occur. Wear eye
2.04 DATA SPECIFICATIONS protection when cleaving, terminating, and
A. Data Interface: Ethernet IEEE802.3 splicing fiber.
B. Data Rate: up to 1000 Mbps 2. The number and type of optical fiber shall
C. Data Inputs/Outputs: up to 9 meet the requirements of the ComNet model
D. Operation Mode: Half or Full Duplex number in article 2.05 used in the
2.05 OPTICAL SPECIFICATIONS installation.
A. ComNet Model Number CWGE9MS 3. All optical fiber cables shall be properly
1. Number of Optical ports: up to 2 SFP-based installed and terminated with the mating
2. Number of Fibers Required: 1 or 2, SFP- optical connectors as submitted in article
dependant 2.07 (A).
3. Optical Wavelength: 1310 or 1550 nm, SFP- 4. The optical link shall be tested with either a
dependant power meter, at a minimum, or OTDR to
4. Optical Power Budget: SFP-dependant ensure the link budget (overall path loss)
5. Maximum Distance: up to 120 km (70 mi) plus an added 3dB of optical safety margin
single mode, SFP-dependant does not exceed the optical power budget as
2.06 STATUS INDICATORS submitted in article 2.05.
A. Per unit: Power (Green) 5. All optical connectors on cable shall be
B. Per port: Link/Activity (Green), cleaned in compliance to optical connector
Speed 1000(Green) manufactures specifications and covered
C. Mini GBIC: Link/Activity (Green) with dust caps until connection to the fiber
2.07 CONNECTORS optic module.
A. Optical: LC or SC, SFP-dependant 3.03 INSTALLATION
B. Power: Removable Line cord A. General: Locate fiber optic modules as indicated
C. Data: RJ-45 on the approved detail drawings and install
D. Console: DB9 serial communication. module in compliance with the ComNet
2.08 ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS installation and operations manual.
A. Power: 3.04 TESTING
A. Testing the Fiber Optic Ethernet Link. 3. Successful data link operation should be
1. Verify that the data leads and optical fibers confirmed at this point by communicating
are properly connected. with other equipment.
2. Make sure that power is applied to all fiber 3.05 CLEANING
optic modules, controllers, and receiver A. Follow all instructions for proper use of solvents
drivers or other equipment used in the and adhesives used for termination and splicing.
system. B. At completion of the installation, dispose of all
fiber scraps properly.
MANUFACTURED UNITS REFERENCE TABLES
Table A: Product Number Descriptions
CWGE9MS PORTS† DESCRIPTION MAX. DISTANCE*
Electrical 10/100TX, IEEE 802.3 320 ft (100 m)
ports 1 through 7
Electrical: 320 ft (100 m)
Any combination of Electrical
10/100/1000 TX using Category 5
CWGE9MS Multimode, SFP-dependant up to
cable or better, and/or Optical
combo ports 8 and 9 550 m
1000Base FX via SFP module using
Single mode, SFP-dependant up to
multimode or single mode fiber
70 mi (120 km)
* Maximum range will be limited by optical loss of the fiber, connectors, and splices.
Table B: Product Compatibility Chart
CWGE9MS COMPATIBLE DEVICES
CWGE9MS ports 1 through 7 And device that meets IEEE 802.3 10/100/100 TX protocols
CWGE9MS combo ports 8 and 9 Any device that meets IEEE 802.3 1000Base TX/FX protocols
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