EOM-G103 Series IEC 62439-3 3-port full Gigabit embedded managed redundancy modules
Features and Benefits
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  • IEC 62439-3 Clause 4 (PRP) and Clause 5 (HSR) compliant

  • 3 SGMII pinouts reserved for PRP/HSR (LAN A/LAN B/Inter Link) and an extra 1 SGMII reserved for Ethernet console connection

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Introduction

The EOM-G103 Series is designed for device manufacturers that want to embed and integrate the advanced IEC 62439-3 supported modules with minimum effort into their products to enhance performance and reliability in certain mission-critical applications.

IEC 62439-3 Clause 4 (PRP) and IEC 62439-3 Clause 5 (HSR) are the standardized redundancy protocols for industrial automation networks where zero recovery time is needed. PRP and HSR are suitable for electrical substation automation and other mission-critical applications that cannot tolerate any system downtime.

The EOM-G103 Series is compliant with the IEC 62439-3 standard and provides an easy and cost-effective integrated solution for adding a redundancy module to a non-IEC 62439-3 compliant product. The modules support two IEC 62439-3 Ethernet ports for constructing PRP or HSR networks: SGMII (MAC mode)/SerDes (1000BaseX). It also includes one standard Ethernet port SGMII (MAC mode)/SerDes (1000BaseX) for connecting with standard IEEE 802.3 Ethernet devices. Additionally, the EOM-G103-PHR-PTP Series provides an extra SGMII (MAC mode)/SerDes (1000BaseX) for building up a local access Ethernet console port to easily maintain, control, and manage devices at the local site.

Additional Features and Benefits

  • PRP (Parallel Redundancy Protocol): Transmit or receive two independent active paths to/from different LANs simultaneously in a network that needs zero recovery time

  • HSR (High-availability Seamless Redundancy): Every frame is duplicated and then transmitted in both directions of the HSR ring to deliver zero switchover time

  • Hardware-based IEEE 1588v2 PTP (Precision Time Protocol) end-to-end one-step transparent clock for precise time synchronization of networks

  • Configurable via CLI