VTech Power Zone 2000 Installation guide

Synapse Installation Guide
Contents
System Installation Preface.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................4
SB67010 PSTN Gateway Parts List ....................................................................................................................................................................................5
SB67030 Deskset Parts List...................................................................................................................................................................................................6
[ATA] SB67050 Analog Terminal Adapter (ATA) Parts List ....................................................................................................................................7
[Handset] SB67040 Cordless Handset Parts List ........................................................................................................................................................8
[Headset] TL7600 Cordless Headset Parts List ............................................................................................................................................................9
System Installation Overview ..............................................................................................................................................................................................................10
[ATA] System Installation Overview with Optional ATA .......................................................................................................................................11
Placement Issues......................................................................................................................................................................................................................12
[ATA] Placement Considerations..............................................................................................................................................................................12
Gateway Installation ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................13
Completing the Gateway Installation.............................................................................................................................................................................17
Deskset Installation ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................18
[ATA] Optional ATA Installation .........................................................................................................................................................................................................25
[ATA] Completing the ATA Installation..........................................................................................................................................................................28
[ATA] Connecting Analog Telephones...................................................................................................................................................................29
[ATA] Connecting a Fax Machine .............................................................................................................................................................................30
[ATA] Connecting an Overhead Paging System (OHP) .................................................................................................................................31
[ATA] Connecting a Music on Hold Source.........................................................................................................................................................33
[Handset] SB67040 Cordless Handset Installation...................................................................................................................................................................34
[Handset] Charger Installation...........................................................................................................................................................................................34
[Handset] Battery Installation ............................................................................................................................................................................................35
[Handset] Battery Charging.................................................................................................................................................................................................36
[Handset] Low Battery Notification.................................................................................................................................................................................37
[Handset] Power Save Mode...............................................................................................................................................................................................37
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[Headset] TL7600 Cordless Headset Installation ......................................................................................................................................................................38
[Headset] Charger Installation...........................................................................................................................................................................................38
[Headset] Battery Installation ............................................................................................................................................................................................39
[Headset] Battery Charging.................................................................................................................................................................................................40
[Headset] Installation .............................................................................................................................................................................................................41
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System Installation Preface
This document describes the physical installation of the following Synapse devices:
AT&T SB67010 PSTN Gateway
AT&T SB67050 Analog Terminal Adapter (Optional), designated by [ATA] in this
installation guide.
AT&T SB67030 Deskset
Optional Accessories:
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AT&T SB67040 Cordless Handset, designated by [Handset] in this installation guide.
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AT&T TL7600 Cordless Headset, designated by [Headset] in this installation guide.
To complete the setup process, see the Synapse Administrator’s Guide at
www.telephones.att.com/synapseguides.
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System Installation Preface
SB67010 PSTN Gateway Parts List
Figure 1 illustrates the PSTN Gateway parts.
LINE 1
LINE 1
LINE 2
LINE 3
LINE 4
BYPASS
DC 5.1V
LINE 2
LINE 3
LINE 4
POWER
UP
LAN
RESET
DOWN
SELECT
-
+
CANCEL
SB67010 Gateway
Grounding Cable
Power Adapter
Four Phone
Cords
RJ-45 Ethernet
Cable
Mounting brackets
and screws
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Safety Information
Figure 1. PSTN Gateway Parts List
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SB67030 Deskset Parts List
Figure 2 illustrates the Deskset parts.
SB67030 Deskset Base
Deskset Stand
Handset
Quick Start Guide
Power Adapter
(Blue Tag)
RJ-45 Ethernet
Cable
Handset
Cord
Safety Information
Figure 2. Deskset Parts List
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[ATA] SB67050 Analog Terminal Adapter (ATA) Parts List
Figure 3 illustrates the ATA parts.
SB67050 Analog Terminal Adapter (ATA)
Auxiliary Audio
Cable
Power Adapter and
Cord (Green Tag)
RJ-45 Ethernet
Cable
Mounting brackets
and screws
Two Phone
Cords
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Figure 3. ATA Parts List
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[Handset] SB67040 Cordless Handset Parts List
Figure 4 illustrates the Cordless Handset parts list.
Handset Charger
Battery
(Replace with #BT8001)
Quick Start Guide
Power Adapter
Safety Information
Battery Cover
Belt Clip
SB67040 Cordless Handset
Figure 4. Cordless Handset Parts List
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[Headset] TL7600 Cordless Headset Parts List
Figure 5 illustrates the TL7600 Cordless Headset parts list.
TL7600 Headset
Earpiece
Over-the-Ear Hook
Headset Charger
Power Adapter
Behind-the-Neck Band
Battery Cover
Over-the-Head Band
Battery
User Manual
Figure 5. TL7600 Cordless Headset Parts List
The process for registering the TL7600 Cordless Headset with the SB67030 Deskset is different than the registration
process described in the TL7600 manual that comes in the box with the Cordless Headset.
Use the registration process described in “Registering an Optional Cordless Headset” in the Synapse User’s
Guide at www.telephones.att.com/synapseguides.
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System Installation Overview
Install one SB67010 PSTN Gateway before installing any Desksets or the ATA (install the optional ATA last). The first Deskset is
assigned as Extension 200. Subsequent Desksets are assigned sequential Extension numbers. Figure 6 illustrates the minimum
components needed to make the system work (blue line = telephone; red lines = Ethernet).
The system uses a Local Area Network (LAN) for system communication. It uses Public Switched Telephone Network
(PSTN) phone lines for outside calls.
Deskset
Local Area Network (LAN)
Gateway
PSTN Plug
Figure 6. Simplified System
You can register one AT&T TL7600 Cordless Headset and/or one AT&T SB67040 Cordless Accessory Handset to any
Deskset, but only five Cordless devices can be registered to a system.
To integrate the Headset into the system, see “User Settings” in the Synapse User’s Guide at
www.telephones.att.com/synapseguides, rather than the manual that is packaged with the Headset.
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System Installation Overview
[ATA] System Installation Overview with Optional ATA
If you have third-party devices that you want to attach to the System, you will need an AT&T SB67050 Analog Terminal Adapter
(ATA). The ATA allows you to attach hardware such as overhead paging equipment, a fax machine, or a source for Music On Hold
to Synapse. Figure 7 illustrates this more complex installation (blue lines = telephone; red lines = Ethernet; orange line = audio).
Install the ATA after you have installed the PSTN Gateway and the Desksets.
Deskset
Fax Machine
Local Area Network (LAN)
Gateway
Overhead
Paging
System
ATA
PSTN Plug
Music on
Hold
Source
Figure 7. Example of a system featuring an ATA
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System Installation Overview
Placement Issues
Avoid placing any Synapse component too close to the following:
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Communication devices, such as television sets, DVDs, or other cordless telephones
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Excessive heat sources
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Noise sources, such as a window with traffic outside, motors, microwave ovens, refrigerators, or fluorescent lighting
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Excessive dust sources, such as a workshop or garage
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Excessive moisture
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Extremely low temperature
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Mechanical vibration or shock, such as on top of the washing machine or workbench
You can view Synapse installation videos at http://telephones.att.com/smb. In the left navigation menu,
click on Customer Support and then Demo Videos.
[ATA] Placement Considerations
You can install the optional ATA near the PSTN Gateway, or near one of the third-party devices that are being used with it. For
example, it might be easier to connect the ATA to the fax machine in the room with the fax machine instead of running a
telephone line from the fax to an ATA located in a telephone equipment cabinet.
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System Installation Overview
Gateway Installation
You can place the Gateway on a tabletop or mount it into a standard 19” metal rack. The Gateway must be installed within three
feet of the building ground point. Install each Gateway using the following instructions.
To mount the Gateway or ATA into a standard 19” rack:
Mounting Screw
Holes
Locating Indent
Mounting Bracket
1.
Remove the two mounting brackets and six screws from the packing tissue.
2.
Position the right bracket at the front of the device, as shown in Figure 8.
3.
To align the screw holes, place the
bracket on the device so that the
locating indent on the bracket matches
the indent on the device.
4.
Insert each of the three screws into the
holes provided and tighten securely as
shown in Figure 9. Repeat the process
for the left bracket.
5.
Position the chassis into the 19” metal
rack, as shown in Figure 10.
6.
Insert a top mounting screw (not included) in one side and turn it several turns
to establish support. Repeat for the other side.
7.
Tighten the screws.
Figure 8. Rack-mount Bracket
Figure 9. Bracket Installed
Figure 10. Rack Installation
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Gateway Installation
To ground the Gateway:
1.
Locate the Gateway within three feet (91.44 centimeters) of the building ground point, usually located at the electrical
breaker box.
If you are unsure about the location of the building ground point or how to ground the Gateway, contact the
facilities manager.
2.
Loosen the screw retaining the silver grounding terminal on the back of the Gateway, as identified in Figure 11.
3.
Insert the spade/fork end of the grounding cable under the grounding terminal.
4.
Tighten the screw.
5.
Connect the alligator clip end of the grounding cable to the building ground point, usually located at the electrical breaker
box.
Grounding Terminal (Back Panel)
Figure 11. Gateway Grounding
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Gateway Installation
To install the Gateway:
1.
Install the Gateway first. Plug the AC plug into an electrical outlet not controlled by a wall switch and the DC plug into
the DC jack, as shown in Figure 12. Wait up to one minute until the screen lights up.
To prevent the loss of system data during power outages, plug the AC power plug into an Uninterruptible Power
Supply (UPS).
2.
Plug an RJ-45 Ethernet cable into the RJ-45 Ethernet port marked LAN. Plug the other end of the RJ-45 Ethernet cable
into your office LAN.
Gateway
LAN
DC Power
Figure 12. Gateway Power and LAN Installation
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Gateway Installation
To install the Gateway: (Continued)
The Gateway takes about a minute to power up.
After the Gateway has found the network and another installed Synapse device, Synchronized
displays on the third line of the display, as shown in Figure 13. This is the Idle screen.
Figure 13. Synchronized
The time and date may not be correct. The time and date are set using the WebUI. See
System Basic Settings in the “Synapse Administrator’s Guide” at
www.telephones.att.com/synapseguides.
Line LEDs
LINE 1 through LINE 4
BYPASS
Gateway
Screen
Figure 14. Gateway Line Installation
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Gateway Installation
Completing the Gateway Installation
To complete the Gateway installation:
1.
Remove the plastic covers from the Gateway PSTN (telephone) jacks to be used,
marked LINE 1 through LINE 4 and BYPASS.
If you subscribe to Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) high-speed Internet
service through your telephone line, you must plug each telephone line
with DSL service into a DSL filter. Then plug the DSL filter into the
telephone wall jack, as identified in Figure 15.
2.
Plug up to four telephone lines from the telephone wall jacks into the Gateway. The
line LEDs blink up to 15 seconds during initialization.
Figure 15. DSL Connection
For communication during power outages, plug an analog telephone into the BYPASS port and a PSTN line into
LINE 4.
For information on configuring and troubleshooting the Synapse telephone system, see the “Synapse Administrator’s
Guide” at www.telephones.att.com/synapseguides.
For customer service or product information, contact the installer at the number on the cover of this guide. If your
installer is unavailable, visit our website at www.telephones.att.com/smb or call 1 (888) 916-2007. In
Canada dial 1 (888) 883-2474.
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Gateway Installation
Deskset Installation
Figure 16 identifies the features on the bottom and side of the Deskset. You can install the SB67030 Deskset on a desktop or
mount it on a wall.
Wall-Mount Slots
See “To install the Deskset
on a wall:” on page 23.
Network Port
There are two LEDs next to
each Network port on the
back of the Deskset that
indicate network activity
once you have connected
power.
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„
Corded Handset Jack
The green LED is on
when the Deskset is
both connected to the
network and has AC
power.
The yellow LED flashes
when there is network
activity.
Corded Headset Jack
PC Port
Reset Button
Power Jack
Figure 16. Deskset Connections
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Deskset Installation
To attach the Desktop Stand for desktop installation:
Option 1
Option 2
Figure 17. Deskset Stand Options
Slots for Flexible Tabs
Slots for Solid Tabs
Select a Deskset position. The desktop setup requires the
Deskset Stand and provides two positions, Option 1 at 45°
and Option 2 at 60°, as shown in Figure 17. If you use
Option 2, rotate the Handset tab as explained in “To
rotate the Handset tab for wall and Deskset Option 2
installation:” on page 20
2.
Place the Deskset on a flat surface with the power and
network ports facing you, as illustrated in Figure 18.
3.
Place the stand,
illustrated in
Figure 19, on the
base with the
flexible tab side
away from you.
Option 1
19
Flexible Tabs
4.
Insert the solid
tabs of the stand
into the Option 1
Figure 19. Deskset Stand Tabs
or Option 2 slots
on the base that are marked in red in Figure 18.
5.
Rotate the stand away from you until it rests against the
base and you hear a click as the flexible tabs lock into
place.
Option 2
Figure 18. Deskset Stand Installation
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Deskset Installation
To rotate the Handset tab for wall and Deskset Option 2 installation:
Switchhook
1.
Press the
Switchhook and
slide the Handset
Tab toward the top
of the base, as
shown in Figure 20.
2.
Rotate the Handset
Tab 180°, as shown
in Figure 21, so that
the “hook” is at the
top.
3.
Replace the
Handset Tab back
on the base, as
shown in Figure 22.
Handset Tab
Figure 20. Handset Tab
“Hook”
Figure 21. Handset Tab Rotation
Figure 22. Replace Handset Tab
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Deskset Installation
To connect the RJ-45 Ethernet cable to the Deskset:
With a PC:
If there is a networked computer and no extra Ethernet wall jacks near the
Deskset, then plug the PC Ethernet cable into the Deskset so the Deskset and
PC share the same network connection.
1.
Unplug the RJ-45 Ethernet cable from your computer.
2.
Plug that RJ-45 Ethernet cable into the Network port on the back of the
Deskset, as indicated in Figure 23.
3.
Plug another RJ-45 Ethernet cable into the PC port on the Deskset.
4.
Plug the other end of the second RJ-45 Ethernet cable into your computer.
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„
Network
PC
Figure 23. Network Connections
If a GigE network is being used, a computer connected through the
Deskset will be limited to 100 Mbits/s. If you require a GigE Ethernet rate, use separate Ethernet connections for the
Deskset and the computer so that the computer can take advantage of the greater bandwidth.
If a PC is connected to your LAN through a Deskset, any Deskset resets and power or network interruptions will disrupt
the PC’s connection to the network.
The PC port on the Deskset is intended for connection to an end-user PC only.
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Do not use the PC port to connect to a PC with a heavy bandwidth load (such as a network
server PC or a hub, switch, or router).
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Do not use the PC port to extend the network. The end-user PC should be the final point. Do not use the PC
port to connect to other system devices.
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Deskset Installation
To connect the RJ-45 Ethernet cable to the Deskset: (Continued)
Without a PC
If the Deskset has a dedicated network connection, then connect the Deskset to the network connection only.
1.
Plug an RJ-45 Ethernet cable into the Network port on the back of the Deskset, as indicated in Figure 23 on page 21.
2.
Plug the other end into the Ethernet wall jack.
To connect power:
Power Jack
Plug the power adapter (blue tag) into the DC Power jack
on the back of the Deskset, as identified in Figure 24 and
on the Deskset by a blue dot.
2.
Plug the power adapter into an outlet not controlled by a
wall switch. The display screen illuminates within about a
minute.
If the user's computer is plugged into a universal
power supply (UPS), consider plugging the Deskset
into it, too..
Figure 24. Power Connector
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Deskset Installation
To install the Deskset on a wall:
WallMount
Screws
1.
Plug the Ethernet cable into the port on the back of the
deskset. (See “To connect the RJ-45 Ethernet cable to the
Deskset:” on page 21.)
2.
Plug the power adapter into the jack on the back of the
deskset. (See “To connect power:” on page 22.)
3.
Place the Deskset base over the mounting plate above the
mounting studs as shown in
.
4.
Slide the Deskset base down as shown in
5.
Plug the Ethernet cable into the wall jack.
6.
Plug the power adapter into a power outlet not controlled
by a wall switch.
7.
Make sure the Handset Tab is in Wall position, as
described in “To rotate the Handset tab for wall and
Deskset Option 2 installation:” on page 20.
8.
Connect the corded handset.
.
Figure 25. Deskset Wall Mount
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Deskset Installation
To connect the corded handset and an optional corded headset:
Connect the corded handset:
Handset Jack
On Deskset
1.
Plug the coiled end of the handset cord into the handset jack on
the left side of the telephone, as identified in Figure 26.
2.
Plug the end of the handset cord with the five-inch straight line
into the handset, then hang up.
Connect an optional corded headset:
1.
Plug an optional
corded or cordless
headset into the RJ9
connector on the
bottom of the
Deskset, as indicated
in Figure 27.
2.
Press HEADSET,
shown in Figure 28,
to use the headset.
Handset Jack on Handset
Figure 26. Handset Cord Connection
Headset
„
Optional Headset Jack
Figure 27. Install Optional Headset
A headset
plugged into this jack takes precedence over a registered
AT&T TL7600 Cordless Headset.
Do not plug a headset into the jack for the corded
handset.
Figure 28. Headset Key
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Deskset Installation
[ATA] Optional ATA Installation
Installation of the ATA chassis is similar to that of the PSTN Gateway. See “Gateway Installation” on page 13, or you can install
the ATA in another location. See “ATA Placement Considerations” on page 12.
Additional grounding may be necessary to protect against uneven resistance among the third-party equipment and Synapse,
which may cause Synapse phones to be noisy. To provide additional grounding, the ATA chassis provides a grounding screw, as
shown in Figure 29.
Grounding Screw
Figure 29. ATA Back Panel
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[ATA] Optional ATA Installation
To install the ATA:
1.
Plug the AC plug into an electrical outlet not controlled by a wall switch and the DC plug into the DC jack, as shown in
Figure 12. Wait up to one minute until the screen lights up.
To prevent the loss of ATA-supported services during power outages, plug the AC power plug into an
Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS).
2.
Plug an RJ-45 Ethernet cable into the RJ-45 Ethernet port marked LAN. Plug the other end of the RJ-45 Ethernet cable
into your office LAN.
LAN
DC Power
ATA
Figure 30. Gateway and ATA Power and LAN Installation
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[ATA] Optional ATA Installation
To install the ATA: (Continued)
The ATA takes about a minute to power up.
After the ATA has found the network and the gateway, Synchronized displays on
the third line of the display, as shown in Figure 31. This is the Idle screen.
Figure 31. ATA Synchronized
Screen
The time and date may not be correct. The time and date are set using the
WebUI. See System Basic Settings in the “Synapse Administrator’s Guide” at
www.telephones.att.com/synapseguides.
Device Status LEDs
ATA
FXS 1
FXS 2
Station Ports
AUX IN
AUX OUT
Figure 32. ATA Line Installation
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[ATA] Optional ATA Installation
[ATA] Completing the ATA Installation
The ATA allows you to attach the following third-party devices. Most options require the System Administrator to configure the
feature in the WebUI. If you are planning to install more than one type of third-party equipment, make sure there are adequate
ATA ports.
„
Analog telephones, including conference phones
If not used for a fax machine or for Overhead Paging, the two FXS station ports on the ATA allow for connecting standard
POTS (Plain Old Telephone Service) analog telephones and conference phones. When an ATA is added to the Synapse
system, the FXS ports are automatically assigned extension numbers that can be changed by the System Administrator
using the WebUI. Users can make and receive calls on those analog telephones, but some features, such as call forward
and call transfer are not supported.
„
A fax machine to share your general telephone lines instead of using a dedicated fax line
One of the two FXS station ports can be configured to support a Fax machine. The System Administrator must configure
the Fax mode in the WebUI.
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Overhead Paging Equipment (OHP)
The ATA provides three options to connect OHP. The System Administrator must configure the OHP in the WebUI.
„
z
Single zone paging with OHP equipment connected to the ATA Aux Out jack.
z
Single zone paging with OHP equipment connected to one of the FXS station ports
z
Multi zone paging with OHP equipment connected to one of the FXS station ports
A source for Music On Hold (MoH)
The ATA can be configured so that when external callers are placed on hold, they hear the audio source provided by the
MoH input. The System Administrator must configure the MoH in the WebUI.
See the Web User Interface (WebUI) chapter of the “Synapse Administrator’s Guide” for information on configuring and
using third-party devices at www.telephones.att.com/synapseguides.
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[ATA] Optional ATA Installation
[ATA] Connecting Analog Telephones
To install analog telephones:
1.
Remove the plastic covers from the FXS 1 and FXS 2 (telephone) ports to be used on the ATA.
2.
Plug up to two telephone lines from analog telephones into the ATA FXS 1 and FXS 2 ports, as shown in Figure 33.
ATA
Analog
Telephone/
Conference
Phone
Analog
Telephone/
Conference
Phone
Figure 33. ATA Analog Telephone Installation
When an ATA is added to the system, the FXS ports are automatically assigned extension numbers which can be changed
in the WebUI. See “Web User Interface (WebUI)” in the Synapse Administrator’s Guide for information on changing the
extension numbers and using an analog telephone at www.telephones.att.com/synapseguides.
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[ATA] Optional ATA Installation
[ATA] Connecting a Fax Machine
To install a fax machine:
1.
Remove the plastic covers from the FXS 1 or FXS 2 (telephone) port to be used on the ATA.
2.
Plug a telephone line from the fax machine into the ATA FXS 1 or FXS 2 port, as shown in Figure 34.
3.
Configure the fax connection in the WebUI.
See “[ATA] Fax Settings” in the Synapse Administrator’s Guide for information on configuring the ATA to work with your
fax machine at www.telephones.att.com/synapseguides.
ATA
Fax Machine
Figure 34. ATA Fax Machine Installation
If you are connecting your fax machine to the ATA, you will have to tell the employees that a 9 must be dialed
because the fax is now integrated into the Synapse system.
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[ATA] Optional ATA Installation
[ATA] Connecting an Overhead Paging System (OHP)
A Single Zone or Multi-Zone system can be integrated into an existing Synapse network. The control unit or analog amplifier for
the Overhead Paging system connects directly to the ATA via an FXS or the AUX OUT jack, depending on the type of paging
system. Synapse supports most OHP systems that support PBX station ports or auxiliary audio-out connections to a PBX. Some
settings for the OHP may have to be changed to work with Synapse. The following OHP systems have been verified to work with
Synapse.
Single Zone
Aux Out Jack
z
Bogen TPU35B
Multi-Zone
FXS Port
z
Bogen
z
Bogen
z
Bogen
z
Bogen
FXS Port
z
Bogen TAMB
z
Bogen TPU15A
z
Bogen TPU35B (alternate to TPU15A)
PCM 2000
PCM TAMB
TPU15A or TPU35B
ZPM3
If you don't know whether your OHP is Single Zone or Multi Zone, see “[ATA] Paging Configuration” in the Synapse
Administrator's Guide at www.telephones.att.com/synapseguides. There are so many types of paging equipment
that you may need to contract with a communications equipment professional to install the OHP.
Whether you are replacing a phone system and using an existing (already working) OHP, or installing a new OHP,
the paging system may have settings that need to be adjusted to work with Synapse.
OHPs that are “Line Mode” that cannot be set to “Station Mode” cannot be used with Synapse.
It is likely that if you are using a Single Zone Paging System that you want to attach to the AUX out port, you will
need to create your own cable.
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[ATA] Optional ATA Installation
To install an overhead paging system:
1.
Remove the plastic covers from the FXS 1 or FXS 2 (telephone) port to be used on the ATA.
2.
Plug the telephone line from the OHP device into the ATA FXS 1 or FXS 2 port, or plug an audio cable from the OHP device
into the Synapse AUX OUT jack, as shown in Figure 35, depending on the requirements of the paging system.
3.
Enable the OHP device in the WebUI.
See the Web User Interface (WebUI) chapter of the “Synapse Administrator’s Guide” for information on configuring an
OHP device at www.telephones.att.com/synapseguides.
Overhead
Paging
System
ATA
Figure 35. ATA Overhead Paging System Installation
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[ATA] Optional ATA Installation
[ATA] Connecting a Music on Hold Source
To install a music on hold source:
1.
Use the supplied Auxiliary Audio Cable to plug a streaming audio source, such as a radio or MP3 music player, into the ATA
AUX IN jack as shown in Figure 36. If the supplied cable does not connect to your music source, use another cable that
will connect your device to the 3.5 mm AUX IN jack. This audio source must have a volume control. The volume adjustment
on the audio device should be set to obtain the preferred level of music on hold within the system.
The ATA AUX IN jack is set up to receive headset-out audio signals. Do not connect to a “Line-Out” audio source
or to speaker outputs.
2.
Enable Music on Hold in the WebUI.
See the Web User Interface (WebUI) chapter of the “Synapse Administrator’s Guide” for information on configuring an
OHP device at www.telephones.att.com/synapseguides.
ATA
Music on
Hold
Source
Figure 36. ATA Music on Hold Source Installation
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[Handset] SB67040 Cordless Handset Installation
[Handset] Charger Installation
The Handset uses a rechargeable 2.4V nickel-metal hydride cell (NiMH) pack and comes with a battery Charger. Place the Handset
in the Charger when not in use.
To plug the Handset Charger into AC power:
1.
Plug the power adapter into an electrical outlet not controlled by a
wall switch.
2.
Plug the small end of the power adapter into the jack on the
underside of the Charger.
3.
Route the cord through the slot, as shown in Figure 37.
Figure 37. Handset Charger Power Connect
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[Handset] Battery Installation
The Handset uses a rechargeable 2.4v nickel-metal hydride cell (NiMH) pack and comes with a battery Charger.
To install the Handset battery:
Color-Coded
Battery Connector
Figure 38. Install Handset Battery
1.
Remove the battery cover by pressing and sliding the cover downward, as
shown in Figure 38.
2.
Plug the battery connector securely into the plug inside the Handset
battery compartment, matching the color-coded label.
3.
Place the battery in the compartment with THIS SIDE UP facing up.
4.
Align the cover flat against the battery compartment, then slide it upward
until it clicks into place.
5.
Press PHONE. The LCD displays a blank screen during startup.
„
After startup, if the battery is sufficiently charged, the LCD displays the
screen shown in Figure 39.
„
If the screen is blank, place the Handset in the Charger.
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Place in charger.
Figure 39. Place In Charger
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[Handset] Battery Charging
Charge the Handset battery for at least 16 hours before use. When fully charged, the Handset battery provides approximately
five hours of talk time or three days of standby time.
To charge the Handset battery:
Place the Handset in the Charger, as shown
in Figure 40.
„
The CHARGE light is on when the
Handset is charging.
„
If the Handset has not yet been
registered, the Register screen shown
in Figure 41 displays within 15
seconds.
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REGISTER
1/3
To register Handset:
1. Go to your
Deskset.
2. Press MENU.
3. Select User
Figure 41. Register Screen
Charge Light
NOTE: Place the Handset in the Charger when not in use.
Figure 40. Handset in Charger
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[Handset] Low Battery Notification
When the battery is low, the Handset emits an alert tone and displays the notification screen shown in Figure 42.
To handle low battery notification:
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1.
Press
2.
Place the Handset into the Charger.
LowSmith
Battery.
John
Please place in
charger.
2 Missed Calls
5 New MSGs
to exit the notification screen.
NOTE: If the Handset stops working when you are on a call because of low
battery charge, that call is auto-held on the Deskset.
IGNORE
Figure 42. Low Battery
[Handset] Power Save Mode
If you are not on an active call and press no keys for 30 seconds, the system goes into Power Save mode.
„
In this mode, the backlight turns off.
„
Press any key to end Power Save mode.
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[Headset] TL7600 Cordless Headset Installation
[Headset] Charger Installation
To install the TL7600 Charger:
Power
Jack
1.
Plug the small end of the Charger power adapter into the jack on the underside
of the Charger, then route the cord through the slot as shown in Figure 43.
2.
Plug the large end of the Charger power adapter into an AC wall outlet not
controlled by a wall switch.
AC
Outlet
Figure 43. Charger Installation
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[Headset] TL7600 Cordless Headset Installation
[Headset] Battery Installation
Install the battery as shown below. For optimal performance, charge the Headset battery for at least six hours before use. When
not in use, recharge the Headset by returning it to the Headset Charger.
To install a battery:
Battery Door
Figure 44. Remove Battery Door
1.
If the battery door is attached, press
on both sides of the battery
compartment cover and lift the cover
up and off as shown in Figure 44.
2.
Insert the battery into the battery
compartment with the label THIS
SIDE UP facing up as shown in
Figure 45.
3.
Figure 46. Replace Battery Door
Push the battery plug into the
connector inside the compartment
according to the color-coded label and place the wires neatly inside the
compartment as shown in Figure 45.
4.
Insert the tab on the bottom of the battery cover into the battery compartment.
Press down gently on the battery cover until it snaps into place as shown in
Figure 46.
Insert Battery
Insert Plug
Battery Door
Remove the ear hook from the Headset before battery replacement.
Figure 45. Insert Battery and Plug
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Use only the supplied rechargeable battery or replace it with battery
model BT191545. To obtain a replacement battery, visit our website at
www.telephones.att.com/smb or call 1 (888) 916-2007.
In Canada, dial 1 (888) 883–2474.
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[Headset] Battery Charging
After installing the battery, charge the Headset by placing it in the Headset Charger as shown below. Before registration, the
Headset ON/OFF light flashes twice every five seconds whether the Headset is charging or not. After registration, the Headset
ON/OFF light is on when the Headset is charging.
To charge the battery:
1.
Insert the Headset into the Charger as shown in Figure 47.
2.
Push the Headset downward until
the ON/OFF light on the Headset
turns on as shown in Figure 48.
ON/OFF Light
Insert
Figure 48. Headset ON/OFF Light
Figure 47. Insert Headset
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[Headset] Installation
To attach the over-the-ear hook to the Headset:
Earpiece
1.
Insert the earpiece into the over-the-ear hook as shown in Figure 49, and press
the ear hook onto the earpiece.
2.
To adjust the Headset to wear on the left or right ear:
Over-the-Ear Hook
Figure 49. Ear Hook and Headset
a.
Firmly grip the earpiece and the Headset in your hand.
b.
Lift the hook upward as shown in Figure 50.
c.
Twist the hook 180˚ counterclockwise
and push the hook downward.
3.
Hook the Headset onto the desired ear.
4.
Adjust the angle of the Headset until the
microphone is pointing towards your mouth
as shown in Figure 51.
Firmly grip the earpiece with one hand
whenever adjusting the Headset
microphone up or down.
5.
Figure 50. Adjust Ear Hook
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To remove the ear hook, hold the Headset
with one hand and the ear hook with the
other hand. Lift the ear hook up until it
separates from the earpiece.
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Figure 51. Adjust Microphone
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To attach the over-the-head band to the Headset:
Headband
1.
Identify the earpiece and headband
as shown in Figure 52.
2.
Push the earpiece towards the
headband ring until it clicks into
place as shown in Figure 53.
3.
Adjust the headband to fit your head
as shown in Figure 54.
4.
Adjust and rotate the angle of the
Headset until the microphone is
pointing toward your mouth as
shown in Figure 54.
Headband
Ring
Earpiece
Figure 52. Headband and Earpiece
5.
Headband
Adjust
Figure 54. Adjust Headband and
Microphone
To wear on the other ear, rotate the
Headset within the headband ring.
Firmly grip the earpiece with one hand whenever adjusting the Headset
microphone up or down.
6.
To remove the Headset from the headband:
a.
Hold the Headset with one hand and the headband ring with the other
hand.
b.
Twist and pull the Headset until it separates from the ring of the headband.
Figure 53. Insert Earpiece
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[Headset] TL7600 Cordless Headset Installation
To attach the behind-the-neck band to the Headset:
The neckband ring is positioned for
wearing on the right ear when shipped.
Socket
Opening
1.
a.
Rotate the ring post up and
through the small socket opening,
as shown in Figure 55.
b.
Snap the ring into the small
socket under the end of the left
arm of the neckband.
Ring Post
Figure 55. Headband and Earpiece
Neckband
Headband
To wear the Headset on your left ear:
Figure 57. Adjust Microphone
2.
Insert the earpiece into the neckband
ring as shown in Figure 56.
3.
Adjust and rotate the angle of the Headset until the microphone is pointing
toward your mouth as shown in Figure 57.
Firmly grip the earpiece with one hand whenever adjusting the Headset
microphone up or down.
4.
Earpiece
Figure 56. Insert Earpiece
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To remove the Headset from the neckband:
a.
Hold the Headset with one hand and the headband ring with the other
hand.
b.
Twist and pull the Headset until it separates from the ring of the headband.
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