ComBricks PROFIBUS Fiber Optic Ring Module

Part Number: GC-PB-CB-FOR

MPN: 101-201531, 101-201530, 101-201532

List Price: $950.00
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    The ComBricks PROFIBUS Fiber Optic Ring modules enable the creation of a redundant fiber optic ring, as well as traditional point-to-point and line topologies.
    The modules are available in

    • Multi-mode (MM),
    • Single-mode (SM),
    • or Combination mode (XM) with 1 Multi-mode and 1 Single-Mode channel.

    Fiber optic links are ideal for providing galvanic isolation between devices and segments, as well as for extending networks. For Single-mode channels, the distance between modules is 30 km, while for Multi-mode the maximum distance is 5 km between modules.

    The modules have LEDs to indicate “low signal level” of the light signals on the fiber. A ComBricks headstation with ProfiTrace OE provides busmonitor data for the modules via a web server, allowing for easy maintenance and monitoring of the PROFIBUS installation. Should any errors occur, such as “low signal level” or “broken ring”, an advanced emailing system or SNMP can be used for immediate notifications.

    All modules support all PROFIBUS DP baud rates up to the maximum 12Mpbs. Fibers are connected to ST/BFOC connectors on the modules.

    Suitable in EMC environments
    The fiber optic rings were created specifically for optical redundant ring topologies and especially suitable for use in heavy EMC environments, such as waste and water treatment, mines, cranes or tanks.The following table providesr assistance in selecting the best module for your purposes.







    Best Selection Guide


    EMC Environment
    Single Mode
    Multi-Mode
    Single & Multi Modes
    Water Treatment
    Y
    Y
    Mines
    Y
    Y
    Tanks
    Y
    Y
    Oil & Gas
    Y
    Y
    Waste Treatment
    Y
    Y
    Cranes
    Y
    Y

    • 2 Fiber Optic Channels
    • Ring Redundancy (Switchable)
    • Ring, Point-to-Point and Line Topologies
    • 4ST/BFOC Connectors
    • Low Level Display
    • Notification Emails
    • Transparent for all PROFIBUS Protocols
    • Unlimited Cascading

      Max Cable Length
    • Single-Mode: Max Cable Length 30km
    • Multi-Mode: Max Cable Length 5km
  • Manufacturers Part Number 101-201531, 101-201530, 101-201532
    Backplane
    • 4 networks selectable with switches
    • 10 modules (positioned in the first 10 slots)
    Protocols
    • Transparent for all PROFIBUS protocols
    • 9.6 kbps – 12 Mbps (auto detection)
    • No PROFIBUS address required
    Cable Length
    • Single-Mode: Max Cable Length 30km
    • Multi-Mode: Max Cable Length 5km
    Cascading Depth No limits
    Channels 2 fiber optic channels
    Connector(s) 4 ST/BFOC-connectors
  • The ComBricks PROFIBUS Fiber Optic Ring modules enable the creation of a redundant fiber optic ring, as well as traditional point-to-point and line topologies.
    The modules are available in

    • Multi-mode (MM),
    • Single-mode (SM),
    • or Combination mode (XM) with 1 Multi-mode and 1 Single-Mode channel.

    Fiber optic links are ideal for providing galvanic isolation between devices and segments, as well as for extending networks. For Single-mode channels, the distance between modules is 30 km, while for Multi-mode the maximum distance is 5 km between modules.

    The modules have LEDs to indicate “low signal level” of the light signals on the fiber. A ComBricks headstation with ProfiTrace OE provides busmonitor data for the modules via a web server, allowing for easy maintenance and monitoring of the PROFIBUS installation. Should any errors occur, such as “low signal level” or “broken ring”, an advanced emailing system or SNMP can be used for immediate notifications.

    All modules support all PROFIBUS DP baud rates up to the maximum 12Mpbs. Fibers are connected to ST/BFOC connectors on the modules.

    Suitable in EMC environments
    The fiber optic rings were created specifically for optical redundant ring topologies and especially suitable for use in heavy EMC environments, such as waste and water treatment, mines, cranes or tanks.The following table providesr assistance in selecting the best module for your purposes.







    Best Selection Guide


    EMC Environment
    Single Mode
    Multi-Mode
    Single & Multi Modes
    Water Treatment
    Y
    Y
    Mines
    Y
    Y
    Tanks
    Y
    Y
    Oil & Gas
    Y
    Y
    Waste Treatment
    Y
    Y
    Cranes
    Y
    Y

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  • The ComBricks PROFIBUS Fiber Optic Ring modules enable the creation of a redundant fiber optic ring, as well as traditional point-to-point and line topologies.
    The modules are available in

    • Multi-mode (MM),
    • Single-mode (SM),
    • or Combination mode (XM) with 1 Multi-mode and 1 Single-Mode channel.

    Fiber optic links are ideal for providing galvanic isolation between devices and segments, as well as for extending networks. For Single-mode channels, the distance between modules is 30 km, while for Multi-mode the maximum distance is 5 km between modules.

    The modules have LEDs to indicate “low signal level” of the light signals on the fiber. A ComBricks headstation with ProfiTrace OE provides busmonitor data for the modules via a web server, allowing for easy maintenance and monitoring of the PROFIBUS installation. Should any errors occur, such as “low signal level” or “broken ring”, an advanced emailing system or SNMP can be used for immediate notifications.

    All modules support all PROFIBUS DP baud rates up to the maximum 12Mpbs. Fibers are connected to ST/BFOC connectors on the modules.

    Suitable in EMC environments
    The fiber optic rings were created specifically for optical redundant ring topologies and especially suitable for use in heavy EMC environments, such as waste and water treatment, mines, cranes or tanks.The following table providesr assistance in selecting the best module for your purposes.







    Best Selection Guide


    EMC Environment
    Single Mode
    Multi-Mode
    Single & Multi Modes
    Water Treatment
    Y
    Y
    Mines
    Y
    Y
    Tanks
    Y
    Y
    Oil & Gas
    Y
    Y
    Waste Treatment
    Y
    Y
    Cranes
    Y
    Y

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