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Version 4.0

\u00a9 IAONA
IAONA e.V.
Universit\u00e4tsplatz 2
39106 Magdeburg
Germany

IAONA Industrial Ethernet -Planning and Installation Guide
Version 4.0, October 2003
Published by IAONA e.V.
Based on the work of IAONAs Joint Technical Working

Group (JTWG) Wiring Infrastructure.

Recipients of this document are invited to submit, with their
comments, notification of any relevant patent rights of
which they are aware and to provide supporting documen-
tation.

The following parties have contributed to this document:
Fraunhofer Technology Engineering Group
G\u00fcnter H\u00f6rcher
d.t.m. Datentechnik GmbH
Martin Kees
F. L\u00fctze GmbH & Co.
Lutz Diedrich
GroConsult
G\u00fcnter Gronenberg
Harting Deutschland GmbH & Co. KG
Andreas Huhmann
Harting Electric GmbH & Co. KG
Claus Kleed\u00f6rfer
Hirschmann Electronics GmbH & Co. KG
Peter Sch\u00e4ffeler
Kerpenwerk GmbH & Co. KG
Yvan Engels
Leoni Kabel GmbH & Co. KG
Christian Berghoff
Uwe R\u00fcckborn
Lumberg Automation
Thorsten Knipp
Murrelektronik GmbH
Ulrich Kohl
Phoenix Contact GmbH & Co.

Kai Fechner
Bernd Horrmeyer
(Chair JTWG2)

Reichle & De-Massari AG
Tensing Gyagang
Rockwell Automation
Robert E. Lounsbury
Horst R\u00f6hl
The Siemon Company

Jim Westerman
Peter Breuer
Thomas H\u00fcsch

U.I. Lapp GmbH
Hans Euler
Woodhead Connectivity GmbH
Manfred Schock
Bernd K\u00f6lle
Eisenmann Industrial Marketing Consult
Uwe Eisenmann

All illustrations, charts and layout examples shown in this
document are intended solely for purposes of example.
Since there are so many variables and requirements
associated with any single installation, IAONA assumes no
responsibility or liability (including intellectual property
liability) for actual use based upon examples shown in this
publication.

Reproduction of the contents of this copyrighted
publication, in whole or in part, without written permission,
of IAONA Europe and IAONA America, is prohibited.

\u00a9 IAONA, 2003
IAONA e.V.
Universit\u00e4tsplatz 2
39106 Magdeburg
Germany
info@iaona-eu.com
http://www.iaona-eu.com

\u00a9 IAONA
IAONA Planning and Installation Guide, Release 4.0
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Contents
1 General...............................................................................................................................6
1.1 Scope...........................................................................................................................................6

1.2 Normative references...................................................................................................................7 1.2.1 International standards........................................................................................................7 1.2.2 European standards.............................................................................................................9 1.2.3 Other references..................................................................................................................9

1.3 Definitions..................................................................................................................................10 1.3.1 Active equipment...............................................................................................................10 1.3.2 Equipotential lines..............................................................................................................10 1.3.3 Machine..............................................................................................................................10 1.3.4 Machine attachment cabling..............................................................................................10 1.3.5 Machine distributor.............................................................................................................10 1.3.6 Machine network................................................................................................................10 1.3.7 Machine network interface.................................................................................................10 1.3.8 Machine outlet....................................................................................................................10 1.3.9 PE conductor.....................................................................................................................11 1.3.10 PEN conductor...................................................................................................................11 1.3.11 Permanent cabling.............................................................................................................11 1.3.12 Flexible cabling..................................................................................................................11

1.4 Comparison between office and industrial installation.............................................................. 11 1.4.1 Topology............................................................................................................................11 1.4.2 Components.......................................................................................................................12

2 System planning..............................................................................................................13

2.1 Topology....................................................................................................................................13 2.1.1 Conformance with and difference to existing standards....................................................13 2.1.2 Modular topologies.............................................................................................................14 2.1.3 Redundancy links...............................................................................................................16 2.1.4 Machine outlet = connection interface to the generic cabling...........................................17 2.1.5 Link length..........................................................................................................................17 2.1.6 Bus topology......................................................................................................................18 2.1.7 Ring topology.....................................................................................................................19 2.1.8 Process control example....................................................................................................20

2.2 General requirements...............................................................................................................21 2.3 Environment protection classes................................................................................................ 21 2.4 Selection of passive components............................................................................................. 21

2.4.1 Cable..................................................................................................................................22 2.4.1.1 Copper cable........................................................................................................22 2.4.1.2 Fiber optic cable................................................................................................... 23

2.4.1.2.1 Mechanical requirements
23
2.4.1.2.2 Fiber types
24
2.4.1.2.3 Applications
24

2.4.2 Connectors.........................................................................................................................24 2.4.2.1 General.................................................................................................................24 2.4.2.2 Copper connectors...............................................................................................25 2.4.2.3 Fiber optic connectors.......................................................................................... 27 2.4.2.4 Hybrid connectors................................................................................................28

2.5 Selection of active components................................................................................................ 28

2.5.1 Bandwidth profiles..............................................................................................................28 2.5.1.1 Applications..........................................................................................................28 2.5.1.2 Response times...................................................................................................28

2.5.2 Links (ISO layer 1).............................................................................................................28
2.5.2.1 Network expansion for hub based systems......................................................... 28
2.5.2.2 Link media and link lengths.................................................................................. 29
2.5.3 Segmentation of Ethernet domains (ISO Layer 2).............................................................29

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