Cisco 2010 Connected Grid Router is a rugged router optimized for use in transmission & distribution (T&D) power substations, and It provides operators with the benefits of improved security, manageability, and network reliability. Additionally, the Cisco 2010 Connected Grid Router is designed for substation networks to meet the harsh environments common in transmission & distribution substations.

Cisco 2010 Connected Grid Router Overview

Cisco 2010 Connected Grid Router builds on the award-winning Integrated Services Router G2 (ISR G2) platform, and it delivers high-quality routing, security, management, and network intelligence. Cisco 2010 Connected Grid Router provides integrated security to protect energy-related communication networks. This model complies with cybersecurity requirements such as the NERC/CIP mandates. In addition, the platform supports T1/E1 WAN interfaces with integrated CSU/DSU interfaces, synchronous and asynchronous serial RS-232 interfaces, and copper and fiber Gigabit Ethernet。

Cisco 2010 Connected Grid Router Product Picture

Cisco 2010 Connected Grid RouterCisco 2010 Connected Grid Router

Cisco 2010 Connected Grid RouterCisco 2010 Connected Grid Router

Cisco 2010 Connected Grid Router Specifications

characteristic Specification
Substation hardening compliance IEC 61850-3 IEEE1613
Embedded hardware-based cryptography acceleration (IPSec + SSL) Yes
Total onboard Combo Ethernet WAN Ports 2
Grid Router WAN Interface Card (GRWIC) slots 4
Double-wide capable GRWIC slots (use of a double- wide GRWIC slot will consume two GRWIC slots) 2
Memory DDR2 ECC DRAM – default 1 GB
Rugged compact flash slot 0: 256 MB (Default)
slot 1: 256 MB (Optional Expansion for storage)
External USB 2.0 flash memory slots (Type A) 2
USB Console port (Type B) (up to 115.2 kbps) 1
Serial console port 1
Serial auxiliary port 1
Power supply options Two power supply options:
  Low-voltage DC power supply (available in late 2010)
  AC or high-voltage DC power supply
Any combination of power supplies can be inserted into the chassis. Dual power supply configurations are load sharing in redundancy mode, although a single power supply is sufficient for supporting power needs for the system.
Power specifications
AC input voltage (Power Supply Unit 1) Nominal Range: 100 – 240 VAC
Operating Range: 85 -264 VAC
AC supply also accepts a DC input with an operating range of 88 – 300 VDC
DC input voltage (Power Supply Unit 2) Nominal Range: 24 – 60 VDC
Operating Range: 20 – 75 VDC
AC input frequency 47 to 63 Hz
AC input current range for AC power supply (maximum) 2:00 AM
AC input surge current <50 A
DC input voltage 24 – 60 VDC, extended 88-300 VDC (on separate power supply)
System power consumption (with no modules) (Watts) 30 Watts
Grid Router WIC power consumption Typical: 4.5 Watts Maximum: 6 Watts
Physical specifications
Dimensions (H x W x D) 3.5 x 17.25 x 15 in. (88.9 x 438.2 x 381 mm)
Rack height 2 RU (rack unit)
Rack-mount 19 in. (48.3 cm) EIA Included
Wall-mount Yes
Weight with 1 power supply (no modules) 19 lbs (8.6kg)
Typical weight fully configured with 2 power supplies and 4 GRWICs 25 lbs (11.4 kg)
Airflow Convection and conduction cooling (no fans)
Environmental Specifications
Operating Conditions
Operating Temperature -40 ºF to 140ºF (-40 to +60ºC) continuous operating temperature range
-40 ºF to 185ºF (-40 to +85ºC) type test for 100 hours at 85ºC
Shock/Vib 30G @11 ms
Altitude 10,000 ft (3,048 m) Max operating temp is de-rated with increasing altitude per IEEE 1613-2009
Relative humidity 5 to 95% non-condensing
Non-operating conditions
Temperature -40ºF to 185ºF (-40ºC to 85ºC)
Relative humidity 5 to 95% non-condensing
Altitude 16,000 ft (4,876 m) Max operating temp is de-rated with increasing altitude per IEEE 1613a-2008
Non-Op Free Fall Drop 4 in. (100 mm) per ENG-339611
Operating seismic/earthquake NEBS GR-63 (5.4.1)
Non-op shock/vib 40-50G (3.26 m/s minimum)

Cisco 2010 Connected Grid Router

Integrated Network Security

Network security is important to the reliability of an energy network. Operators must help ensure that data communications used to operate the energy infrastructure are prioritized and are not affected by cyber attacks. Cisco created a suite of security features designed to help ensure the integrity of grid communications.

Cisco 2010 Connected Grid Router offers onboard hardware-based encryption acceleration to provide greater IPSec throughput with less overhead for the route processor when compared with software-based encryption solutions. Cisco 2010 Connected Grid Router offers a comprehensive and adaptable security solution for energy networks

Combination Gigabit Ethernet Ports

Cisco 2010 Connected Grid Router supports two on-board Combo (RJ45 for copper or SFP for fiber) Gigabit Ethernet interfaces for WAN and LAN connectivity. Both Layer 2 and Layer 3 (IP routing) features are supported on these interfaces for maximum flexibility. The GCR 2010 smoothly combines industry-leading security, Cisco IOS Software-based traffic control, and visibility with Cisco application acceleration solutions.

Managing Connected Grid Router

Network management applications are instrumental in lowering operating expenses (OpEx), while improving network availability by simplifying and automating many of the day-to-day tasks associated with managing an end-to-end network. Day-one device support provides immediate manageability support for the CGR 2010, enabling quick and easy deployment, monitoring, and troubleshooting from Cisco and third-party applications.

    Sorry, no attachment available !