Installation & Maintenance Guide
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Introducing XMU+
In this chapter.... .................................................................................................................................1
About the XMU+ Announcement and Call Processing System .......................................3
Who Uses XMU+ ........................................................................................................................3
About XMUCOM+ Software...........................................................................................................3
Product Overview .............................................................................................................................4
Line Cards Supported by XMU+ ...........................................................................................5
Typical Uses for XMU+ .............................................................................................................7
In this book...........................................................................................................................................9
Chapter 2: Before You Start
In this chapter... ............................................................................................................................... 11
Before You Start Activities........................................................................................................... 13
Line Card Checklist ................................................................................................................. 14
XMU+ Features ................................................................................................................................ 15
Front Panel ................................................................................................................................ 15
Meeting System Requirements ................................................................................................. 16
Environmental Requirements ............................................................................................ 16
Power Requirements ............................................................................................................. 17
PBX Requirements .................................................................................................................. 17
Chapter 3: Delivery Checklist
In this chapter... ............................................................................................................................... 19
Preparing the XMU+ Delivery Checklist................................................................................. 19
The XMU+ Delivery Checklist ..................................................................................................... 21
Physical Specifications .......................................................................................................... 21
Configuration Specifications .............................................................................................. 23
Communication Specifications .......................................................................................... 25
Chapter 4: Applying Hardware Settings to XMU+ Line Cards
In this chapter... ............................................................................................................................... 27
Applying Hardware Settings Activities................................................................................... 29
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Understanding Line Card Population Rules ......................................................................... 30
Applying MOH Line Card Settings............................................................................................ 31
To set MOH Jumper Settings ....................................................................................... 31
Chapter 5: Installing the XMU+
In this chapter... ............................................................................................................................... 33
Installation Activities ..................................................................................................................... 35
Installing the XMU+ Unit.............................................................................................................. 36
To install an XMU+ in a rack ......................................................................................... 36
To mount an XMU+ to a wall ....................................................................................... 37
Checking System Startup............................................................................................................. 38
To check system startup ................................................................................................ 38
Chapter 6: Cabling the XMU+
In this chapter... ............................................................................................................................... 39
Cabling Activities ............................................................................................................................ 41
Preparing to Cable the XMU+ .................................................................................................... 42
PBX Interface Table Conventions and Abbreviations ............................................... 42
Matching XMU+ Cables and Connectors ....................................................................... 43
Matching Connector Pinouts to XMU+ Line Cards .................................................... 45
RJ-21 50-pin Connector ........................................................................................................ 45
RCA/Phono Connectors ........................................................................................................ 46
Cabling the XMU+ Control Card ............................................................................................... 47
Connecting the XMU+ to a PC with XMUCOM+ Software ...................................... 48
To connect to the PC with an analog line to modem ........................................ 49
To connect to the PC through an Ethernet (LAN) Network ............................. 50
To connect to the PC directly with the Network port ........................................ 50
Connecting Remote Telephone Access (optional) ..................................................... 51
To connect an analog line to provide Remote Telephone Access ................ 51
Connecting Alarms (optional) ............................................................................................ 52
To wire the alarm connector ........................................................................................ 53
Alarm pin out on the XMU+ Control Card ............................................................. 53
Cabling XMU+ Line Cards............................................................................................................ 54
To cable Hybrid Analog line cards ............................................................................. 54
To cable Low Impedance cards .................................................................................. 54
To cable T1 line cards ...................................................................................................... 54
To cable MOH line cards ................................................................................................ 55
To cable MWR line cards ................................................................................................ 55
Common Interface Tables (By Application) .......................................................................... 56
Call Processing/Auto Attendant Applications ............................................................. 56
ACD Applications .................................................................................................................... 57
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GPT iSDX and Realitis; Siemens 9005-9006, HiPath 3000,
HiPath 4000; Intecom; ITT 3100; HICOM 300 Series;
Mitel SX50, SX200, SX2000, 3300; Toshiba Perception Rolm 9751,
CBX 8000, CBX 9000; TadarianCoral. .................................................................. 58
AT&T Dimension 2000 .................................................................................................... 58
AT&T G2, G3, and Definity (option 1) ........................................................................ 59
AT&T G2, G3, and Definity (option 2) ........................................................................ 59
AT&T System 75/85 .......................................................................................................... 60
Ericsson MD 110 ................................................................................................................ 60
Harris 20/20 LH and 20/20 M ....................................................................................... 61
Hitachi EDX, MDX, and LDX .......................................................................................... 61
Hitachi HCX-5000 ............................................................................................................. 62
Microtel GTD-5 .................................................................................................................. 62
Microtel Omni .................................................................................................................... 63
NEC NEAX2400 .................................................................................................................. 63
Nortel SL-1®or Meridian-1® (option 1), DMS-100,
SL-100, CS1000 and Centrex ................................................................................. 64
Northern Telecom SL-1®or Meridian-1® (option 2) ............................................. 64
ROLM 9200 .......................................................................................................................... 65
Siemens Saturn ................................................................................................................. 65
Solid State Junior and Senior Executive .................................................................. 66
MOH Applications ................................................................................................................... 66
MWR Applications ................................................................................................................... 67
About XMU+ Operating Modes ................................................................................................ 68
Continuous Play (CP) ....................................................................................................... 68
Synchronized Continuous Play (SCP) ....................................................................... 68
Level Start/Pulse Return - Single Play (LS/PR-SP) ................................................. 69
Level Start/Pulse Return - Multiple Play (LS/PR-MP) ........................................... 69
Level Start/Level Return - Single Play (LS/LR-SP) ................................................. 69
Pulse Start/Level Return (PS/LR) ................................................................................. 70
Pulse Start/Pulse Return (PS/PR) ................................................................................. 70
Ring Start (R) ....................................................................................................................... 70
Ring Start without Loop Current Check (RN) ......................................................... 70
Ring Start/Tone Disconnect (RT) ................................................................................ 70
Ring Start/DTMF Disconnect (RD) .............................................................................. 70
Ring Start/Busy Disconnect (RB) ................................................................................. 71
Ring Start/Quick Answer (RQ) ...................................................................................... 71
Ring Immediate (RI) ......................................................................................................... 71
Chapter 7: Understanding XMU+ Navigation
In this chapter... ............................................................................................................................... 73
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XMU+ Navigation Activities........................................................................................................ 75
Understanding the XMU+ Firmware Hierarchy................................................................... 76
About Partitions ...................................................................................................................... 76
Main Menu Hierarchy - Single Partition Mode ............................................................. 76
Message Menu Hierarchy - Single Partition Mode .............................................. 77
Card Menu Hierarchy - Single Partition Mode ....................................................... 77
Node Menu Hierarchy - Single Partition Mode ..................................................... 78
System Menu Hierarchy - Single Partition Mode ................................................. 78
Main Menu Hierarchy - Multiple Partition Mode ........................................................ 79
Card Menu Hierarchy - Multiple Partition Mode .................................................. 79
System Menu Hierarchy - Multiple Partition Mode ............................................. 80
Partition Menu Hierarchy - Multiple Partition Mode .......................................... 80
Understanding the XMU+ Front Panel ................................................................................... 81
Using the Front Panel ........................................................................................................... 82
To record a message ....................................................................................................... 83
To play a message ............................................................................................................ 83
To delete a message ........................................................................................................ 84
To check for system partitioning ................................................................................ 84
Understanding XMU+ Remote Telephone Access............................................................. 85
When XMU+ is operating in Single Partition mode: ........................................... 85
When XMU+ is operating in Multiple Partition mode: ....................................... 85
Setting Up XMU+ Remote Telephone Access (optional) ......................................... 86
To set XMU+ Remote Telephone Access mode .................................................... 86
To change the default Remote Telephone Access code ................................... 87
Using Remote Telephone Access ...................................................................................... 88
Remote Telephone Access Commands ................................................................... 89
Working with Remote Telephone Access Messages ................................................. 90
To remotely access the XMU+ ..................................................................................... 90
To disconnect from the XMU+ .................................................................................... 90
To record a message remotely .................................................................................... 91
To play a message remotely ........................................................................................ 91
To delete a message remotely .................................................................................... 91
To change default language of operation (optional) ......................................... 92
Chapter 8: Testing XMU+ Installation
In this chapter... ............................................................................................................................... 93
About XMU+ Testing..................................................................................................................... 95
Testing Basic XMU+ System Health ......................................................................................... 96
To check system power ................................................................................................. 96
To set time and date (from the Front Panel) .......................................................... 96
Assigning and Testing IP addresses ................................................................................. 98
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To ping the IP address .................................................................................................... 99
Testing XMU+ Line Connections ............................................................................................100
To assign messages to a line (from the Front Panel) ........................................100
To set line card operating modes ............................................................................102
To test lines .......................................................................................................................103
Chapter 9: XMU+ Hardware Upgrades
In this chapter... .............................................................................................................................105
Standard XMU+ Tasks .................................................................................................................107
To take the XMU+ offline ............................................................................................107
To back up the current configuration ....................................................................108
To power down the XMU+ .........................................................................................108
To bring the XMU+ online ..........................................................................................108
Upgrading Line Cards .................................................................................................................109
To remove a line card ...................................................................................................109
To install a new line card .............................................................................................109
To install a new T1 line card .......................................................................................110
To install a new MOH card ..........................................................................................110
To verify line card operation ......................................................................................111
Replacing Control Cards.............................................................................................................112
To remove the Control card .......................................................................................112
To install a new XMU+ Control card ........................................................................112
Replacing the XMU+ Large Chassis Power Supply ..........................................................114
To remove a single Power Supply card ..................................................................114
To install a new single Power Supply card ...........................................................114
To remove a secondary Power Supply card .........................................................115
To install a secondary Power Supply card ............................................................115
Upgrading Control Card Memory...........................................................................................116
To replace an XMU+ memory module ...................................................................116
To add an XMU+ memory module ..........................................................................117
Chapter 10: Troubleshooting XMU+ Installation
In this chapter... .............................................................................................................................119
If XMU+ Is Not Answering..........................................................................................................121
To verify that a message is recorded ......................................................................122
To ensure the message is assigned to a line ........................................................122
To check operating modes .........................................................................................123
To check line status .......................................................................................................123
To perform a line check ...............................................................................................124
To perform an integrity check ...................................................................................125
To verify time and date ................................................................................................125
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To verify timing between PBX and line cards ......................................................125
If Alarms Sound to Warn of XMU+ System Failures .........................................................126
To respond to alarms from XMU+ ...........................................................................126
If XMU+ Hardware Failures Occur ..........................................................................................127
To check for XMU+ power supply failures - Small Chassis .............................128
To check for XMU+ power supply failures - Large Chassis .............................128
To verify AC/DC power circuits are functional ....................................................128
To verify line card operation and wiring ...............................................................128
To verify T1 line card operation and cabling .......................................................129
To perform an audio test .............................................................................................130
To perform a reset ..........................................................................................................130
To perform a quick reset ..............................................................................................131
To select a previous firmware (APP Image) version ..........................................131
To reset unit to default factory settings (including flash memory) .............132
Chapter 11: XMU+ Technical Specifications and Approvals
In this chapter... .............................................................................................................................135
Detailed XMU+ Technical Specifications .............................................................................137
System Specifications ..........................................................................................................137
Card Specifications ...............................................................................................................138
XMU+ Approvals ...........................................................................................................................143
Safety Approvals ...................................................................................................................143
Telecom Approvals ...............................................................................................................143
Emissions Approvals ............................................................................................................144
Glossary
Index
End User License Agreement
Important Read Carefully ...................................................................................................164
Software Product License ..................................................................................................164
General Public Licence ........................................................................................................164
Introducing XMU+
Read this chapter to gain an understanding of the XMU+ product and of
how this installation guide can help you install the XMU+ unit quickly and
safely.
In this chapter....
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About the XMU+ Announcement and Call Processing System on page 3.
About XMUCOM+ Software on page 3.
Product Overview on page 4.
In this book on page 9.
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About the XMU+ Announcement and Call Processing System
About the XMU+ Announcement and Call
Processing System
The XMU+ Digital Call Processor is a voice announcement and call processing system.
Modular in design and field upgradable, the XMU+ offers major advantages in
processing customer calls for a broad range of customer needs. The XMU+ delivers:
ACD
Automatic Call
Distribution
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UCD
Uniform Call
Distribution
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High quality ACD/UCD announcements.
Interactive auto-attendant functionality.
Pre-recorded messages that play to assigned lines when the unit is
activated by an incoming call.
Ability for users to navigate through different levels of messages by
entering commands with a touch-tone telephone.
Flash memory that ensures configurations, statistics and messages are not
lost in the event of power failures.
High-speed Ethernet connection for fast downloading of system
configuration and message files.
Internal modem.
Who Uses XMU+
XMU+ is used by a broad range of industries for a variety of functions such as:
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Passive announcements.
Interactive announcements.
Music on hold.
Public announcements.
Interactive auto attendants.
Call processing and transferring.
See Typical Uses for XMU+ on page 7 for more information about each of the above
functions.
About XMUCOM+ Software
The XMUCOM+ software is a Windows-based application that lets you program,
download, update, and back up configurations and messages to the XMU+ from a PC.
The intuitive XMUCOM+ interface displays configuration outlines and detailed node
information. See XMU+ QuickStart Guide for more information.
Configurations designed with XMUCOM+ are transmitted to the XMU+ unit through
a modem connection, or an Ethernet (LAN-based network or direct) connection. See
Connecting the XMU+ to a PC with XMUCOM+ Software on page 48 for more
information.
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Product Overview
XMU+ units are compatible with all major telephone systems and can be remotely
managed through a modem or Ethernet connection that uses XMUCOM+ (see About
XMUCOM+ Software on page 3 for more information).
XMU+ is available in two sizes:
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Large Chassis.
Small Chassis.
The XMU+ large chassis provides
state-of-the-art design, flexible
configuration options for users
requiring up to:
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XMU+ Large Chassis
64 analog channels.
48 T1 channels.
6 hours of recording time for
music and messages.
The XMU+ large chassis handles up
to 8 line cards for call processing,
audiotext, ACD announcements, and
auto attendant. With a Music-OnHold card installed, it can also act as a
music/messaging on-hold system
with two music inputs and four
different outputs.
XMU+ Small Chassis
The XMU+ small chassis provides an
effective solution for users requiring
only one line card.
The XMU+ small chassis provides up
to:
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8 analog channels.
24 T1 channels.
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Product Overview
Line Cards Supported by XMU+
Depending on the chassis size, the XMU+ can
support several different line cards. As well, each
line card may have several variants, depending on
the number of ports required and the country of
use. See XMU+ Approvals on page 143 for more
information about XMU+ approving bodies for
the countries in which XMU+ is used.
Visit the Interalia website at
www.interalia.com for more information about
each line card.
This Line
Card...
Lets
the XMU+...
Part Numbers
Low
Impedance
Provide ACD/UCD messages just like a
Hybrid Analog line card, however it can
connect one (1) passive line to up to
twenty-four (24) PBX trunks.
For use with a
Nortel PBX:
47220
47260
Number
of ports
4
8
MWR (Mini
Weather
Radio)
Broadcast weather information for
47366
Environment Canada (available only in
Canada).
8
Hybrid Analog
Provide Auto Attendant/Audiotex
announcements,
1-800 ACD call routing, and ACD/UCD
intercept messages.
47363
47365
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Hybrid Analog line cards replace the
Passive and Interactive Line Cards by
combining their features.
T1
For use with a
Siemens PBX:
47672
47670
Connect to a T1 communication link to 47367
provide 24 T1 user channels.
The T1 card provides support for
industry standard digital
communication interfaces.
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24
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This Line
Card...
Lets
the XMU+...
MOH (Music
On Hold)
Combine music (from an existing
source) and messages to create an “On
Hold” environment.
Part Numbers
47804
Number
of ports
4 output,
2 input
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Product Overview
Typical Uses for XMU+
The XMU+ can be used for several different purposes, depending on the chassis size
and selected combination of line cards. See Product Overview on page 4 and Line
Cards Supported by XMU+ on page 5 for more information.
XMU+ is used as a...
In this manner...
Passive Announcer
An XMU+ equipped with a Hybrid Analog or Low
Impedance line card can be used as a Passive
Announcement System. Typical uses include:
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ACD/UCD customized announcements.
Day of week announcement.
Time of day announcements.
Date specific announcements.
Interactive Auto Attendant An XMU+ equipped with a Hybrid Analog or T1 line
card can be used as an Interactive Auto Attendant
System.
Typical uses include:
Š Audiotex/Information lines providing automated
messages to callers. An extremely flexible system,
the XMU+ can be configured to play different
messages depending on:
Š Time of day.
Š Day of week.
Š Date and selections made by a caller.
Š Interactive Auto attendants such as:
Š Press 1 for Sales, Press 2 for Technical
Support.
Š Please enter the extension of the person you
wish to speak to.
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XMU+ is used as a...
In this manner...
DTMF Call Processing
An XMU+ equipped with a Hybrid Analog or T1 line
card can be used as a DTMF Call Processing system.
DTMF
Typical uses include Call Center routing with either
front ending or back ending ACD queues:
Dual Tone
Multi Frequency
Š In front-ending ACD queues, XMU+ answers all
incoming calls, presents a menu, and transfers the
call to the appropriate queue.
Š In back-ending ACD queues, the client’s telephone
system answers the call and places the user in the
queue. XMU+ plays the appropriate holding
messages, and transfers the caller to the requested
person when the line becomes available.
Music On Hold Player
An XMU+ equipped with a Music On Hold (MOH) line
card can be set up to combine music and messages to
create an “On Hold” environment for your callers.
The music source (such as a radio or CD) can be:
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Stored in and played from a solid state medium on
the Control card’s flash memory.
Played directly to the MOH from an external audio
feed.
Routed through the MOH audio directly to the PBX.
Each MOH system provides up to six hours of recording
time. Messages can be recorded from four sources:
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Telephone handset.
Tape unit.
Remote access using a touch tone telephone.
WAV files that are downloaded using a PC.
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In this book
In this book
This guide helps you to install the XMU+ unit and perform basic maintenance and
upgrade procedures.
Read this chapter...
To understand...
Chapter 1: Introducing
XMU+
The XMU+ product and how it can be
used to address the needs of your
organization.
Chapter 2: Before You
Start
The prerequisites for installing the
XMU+ unit and the installation
procedure you must follow.
Chapter 3: Delivery
Checklist
The information you need to provide
to others once you have completed
the XMU+ installation.
Chapter 4: Applying
Hardware Settings to
XMU+ Line Cards
How to apply settings to the line
cards that accompany your XMU+.
Chapter 5: Installing the
XMU+
How to install the XMU+ unit and
connect it to its power supply.
Chapter 6: Cabling the
XMU+
How to connect and wire the XMU+.
Chapter 7: Understanding How to configure the XMU+ from the
XMU+ Navigation
Front Panel or through remote
telephone access.
Chapter 8: Testing XMU+ How to test XMU+ communication
Installation
with the PBX and with XMUCOM+
software.
Chapter 9: XMU+
Hardware Upgrades
How to perform basic XMU+
maintenance procedures, as well as
specific upgrades.
Chapter 10:
Troubleshooting XMU+
Installation
Typical errors that users encounter
during installation and maintenance,
and how to resolve these errors.
XMU+
Installation
Process Flow
Understand XMU+
Features
Before
You Start
Delivery
Checklist
Apply Line
Card Settings
Install
XMU+
Connect and
Wire XMU+
Understand XMU+
Navigation
Test XMU+
Setup
Upgrade
XMU+
Troubleshoot
XMU+
XMU+ Technical
Specifications
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Read this chapter...
To understand...
Chapter 11: XMU+
Technical Specifications
and Approvals
Additional technical information
about the XMU+ unit and
accessories.
Glossary
Industry standard terminology used
in XMU+ documentation.
Index
An alphabetic list of all the activities
and concepts documented in this
guide.
Before You Start
Because of its ability to adapt to a variety of situations, the technical
features of the XMU+ unit ordered by your company are unique. Before you
start to install the XMU+ unit, you should:
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Unpack the XMU+ unit, using the checklists provided, to ensure that all
required components are available.
Identify the features of your particular XMU+ unit.
Understand the general requirements of the XMU+ unit, including
environmental, power connection, and PBX requirements.
In this chapter...
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Before You Start Activities on page 13.
Š Line Card Checklist on page 14.
XMU+ Features on page 15.
Meeting System Requirements on page 16.
Š Environmental Requirements on page 16.
Š Power Requirements on page 17.
Š PBX Requirements on page 17.
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Before You Start Activities
Before You Start Activities
Complete the following activities before you start to install the XMU+:
Before You Start
Unpack
XMU+
Understand
XMU+ Features
Meet System
Requirements
Environmental
Power
PBX
1.
Unpack the XMU+ and its hardware accessories.
2.
Identify the features unique to your XMU+. See XMU+ Features on page 15 for
more information.
3.
Ensure all requirements are met for XMU+ installation. These requirements
include:
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Environmental requirements. See Environmental Requirements on page 16
for more information.
Power requirements. See Power Requirements on page 17 for more
information.
PBX requirements. See PBX Requirements on page 17 for more
information.
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Line Card Checklist
The call processing features of the XMU+ can be made even more flexible and userspecific with the addition of one or more line cards.
Hybrid Analog
MOH
MWR
Use the following checklist to ensure that all line cards ordered for the XMU+ have
been pre-installed in the XMU+, and to record the slot numbers in which they are
installed. Record this information in the Delivery Checklist, as well.
There can be more than one of a particular type of line card installed, depending on
the planned functionality of this XMU+.
Hybrid Analog
Part #: __________________ Slot #: ______________
MOH
Part #: __________________ Slot #: ______________
MWR
Part #: __________________ Slot #: ______________
T1
Part #: __________________ Slot #: ______________
Low Impedance.
Part #: __________________ Slot #: ______________
T1
Low Impedance
See Line Cards Supported by XMU+ on page 5 and Cabling XMU+ Line Cards on page
54 for more information about individual line cards and part numbers.
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XMU+ Features
XMU+ Features
The XMU+ is a microprocessor-based voice announcement and call processing
system. It is modular in design, field upgradeable, and available in two sizes. Systems
interface with XMU+ through the ports and cards installed on the rear panel, while
users interface with XMU+:
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Through its Front Panel (see Understanding the XMU+ Front Panel on page 81).
Remotely via telephone (see Using Remote Telephone Access on page 88).
With XMUCOM+ software (see About XMUCOM+ Software on page 3).
See XMU+ Technical Specifications and Approvals on page 135 for more detailed
information about XMU+’s technical specifications.
Front Panel
Both the small and large XMU+ chassis provide the same Front Panel features:
Small Chassis
Large Chassis
Feature...
Function...
2 x 16 Character
Display
The LCD shows function information and line status to
the operator/programmer.
Function (Arrow)
Keys
Four buttons for selecting and configuring XMU+
functions.
Handset Input/Output A port to connect a handset to record or play back
messages.
Recording Source
Input/Output
A port to connect a recording source (such as a tape deck)
to record messages.
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Meeting System Requirements
Before you begin to install the XMU+ unit, you need to ensure that XMU+ system
requirements are met. These requirements include:
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Environmental Requirements on page 16.
Power Requirements on page 17.
PBX Requirements on page 17.
Environmental Requirements
For optimum operation of the XMU+ unit, ensure that the XMU+ is placed in an
environment that meets the following requirements:
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HVAC
Heating, Venting,
and Air Conditioning.
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Rack, wall, or shelf space is available for proper mounting.
If mounting on a rack, it must be 19”. A 23” rack can be used if a 23” rack mounting
bracket is ordered with the XMU+ unit. Record the rack size and mounting method in
The XMU+ Delivery Checklist on page 21.
The XMU+ is designed to operate within a 0 - 40 degrees oC (32 - 104oF) temperature
range. Adequate cooling or heating must be provided to guarantee this range.
HVAC requirements must also be met:
The large chassis XMU+ produces a maximum of 750 BTU/hour of waste heat, while
the small chassis XMU+ produces a maximum of 160 BTU/hour of waste heat.
Note:
The actual amount of waste heat generated by the XMU+ depends on the number and
type of line cards and Power Supply cards installed.
See Chapter 11: XMU+ Technical Specifications and Approvals for more detailed thermal
information.
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Meeting System Requirements
Power Requirements
Depending on the number and types of line cards installed, the large chassis XMU+ can
consume as much as 220 Watts, while the small chassis XMU+ can consume as much as
50 Watts. See Chapter 11: XMU+ Technical Specifications and Approvals for more power
consumption information.
To meet XMU+ power requirements, ensure that the necessary power sockets (AC or DC)
are available, unoccupied, and have a protective earth/ground connection.
Note:
Since the AC power cord is the disconnect for the XMU+, ensure that the AC receptacle is
near the unit. See XMU+ Approvals on page 143 for more information.
Bitte beachten Sie die wichtien Sicherheits informationen auf Seite 135, XMU+ Technical
Specifications and Approvals.
UPS
Uninterruptible
Power Supply
If the operation on a UPS is required, ensure that the appropriate UPS requirements
(power and runtime) are determined.
Š
Š
The power rating must be at least that of the XMU+ system. (See Chapter 11: XMU+
Technical Specifications and Approvals for specific XMU+ system ratings).
The amount of runtime is up to the user.
For a large chassis XMU+, the dual Power Supply cards can be used to provide a degree of
power supply diversity. For example, two AC supplies could be used, each connected to a
different branch circuit.
PBX Requirements
The functionality of the XMU+ is dependent on the type of PBX (switch) with which it is
used. See Cabling XMU+ Line Cards on page 54 for more information. Before you begin to
install the XMU+ unit, you should identify your PBX and ensure that the information is
readily available by recording it below, as well as in The XMU+ Delivery Checklist on page
21.
Your PBX Information
Switch manufacturer:
Model name:
Model number:
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Delivery Checklist
The installer must collect initial XMU+ installation and configuration
information, and record it in The XMU+ Delivery Checklist on page 21 for
those who may:
Š
Š
Š
Use XMUCOM+ software to configure the XMU+. See the XMU+
QuickStart Guide for more information about configuring XMU+.
Perform standard maintenance or upgrades on the XMU+. See Chapter
9: XMU+ Hardware Upgrades.
Troubleshoot the XMU+ at a later date. See Chapter 10: Troubleshooting
XMU+ Installation.
In this chapter...
Š
Š
Preparing the XMU+ Delivery Checklist on page 19.
The XMU+ Delivery Checklist on page 21.
Preparing the XMU+ Delivery Checklist
The XMU+ Delivery Checklist on page 21 should be prepared by installers as
they are installing the XMU+, and should be updated whenever the XMU+
or its configurations are upgraded. The Delivery Checklist provides
cross-references to the appropriate sections in this manual for easy location
of required information at a later date.
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The XMU+ Delivery Checklist
Initial XMU+ installation information should be collected by the installer and
recorded in the Delivery Checklist for later use. This information can include:
Š
Š
Š
Physical Specifications on page 21.
Configuration Specifications on page 23.
Communication Specifications on page 25.
This list should be updated whenever the XMU+ or its configurations are upgraded.
Physical Specifications
Installation Specifications
Serial number of this XMU+. The serial number is
found on the top edge of the XMU+ unit.
_________________________
Large or small chassis?
Physical location of XMU+ unit.
Large
Small
_________________________
Is the XMU+ mounted on a wall or shelf?
Yes
No
Is the XMU+ mounted on a rack?
If yes, what is the size of the rack (19” or 23”)?
See Environmental Requirements on page 16.
Yes
19”
No
23”
Power Supply Specifications
Power Supply card part #.
_________________________
What is the XMU+ primary power supply?
Is there a secondary power supply?
If yes, what is the secondary power supply?
AC
Yes
AC
DC
No
DC
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Control Card Specifications
Control card part #?
See Cabling the XMU+ Control Card on page 47.
_________________________
Is Telephone Remote Access set up?
Yes
No
If yes, what is the:
Š Remote Access mode? See To set XMU+
Remote Telephone Access mode on page 86.
Š Remote Access code? See To change the default
Remote Telephone Access code on page 87.
Š Remote Access telephone number. See
Connecting Remote Telephone Access (optional)
on page 51.
_________________________
_________________________
_________________________
Are alarms connected?
Yes
If an alarm connector was used,
where do the signals go?
Line Cards Line Card
Installed
Name
No
_________________________
Line Card
Part #
See Line Card Checklist on page See Line Card
Checklist on
14. More than one of a
particular type of line card can page 14.
be installed.
Total #
of Lines
Operating
Mode
See Matching
XMU+ Cables
and Connectors
on page 43.
See To set line
card operating
modes on page
102.
Slot# 1
________________ ____________ ______________ _______________
Slot# 2
________________ ____________ ______________ _______________
Slot# 3
________________ ____________ ______________ _______________
Slot# 4
________________ ____________ ______________ ______________
Slot# 5
________________ ____________ ______________ ______________
Slot# 6
________________ ____________ ______________ ______________
Slot# 7
________________ ____________ ______________ ______________
Slot# 8
________________ ____________ ______________ ______________
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Configuration Specifications
Firmware Specifications
Current firmware version installed.
See To check system startup on page 38.
_________________________
Message Specifications
Available Memory (recording time).
_________________________
Has partitioning been enabled?
Yes
If yes, how many partitions have been configured?
Messages available per partition.
No
_________________________
_________________________
Hybrid Analog
Hardware Settings
Slot #
# of cards installed
(up to 8):
See Physical Specifications on
page 21
Card #1
_________________________
Card #2
_________________________
Card #3
_________________________
Card #4
_________________________
Card #5
_________________________
Card #6
_________________________
Card #7
_________________________
Card #8
_________________________
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MOH Hardware Settings
Slot #
Jumper Settings
# of MOH cards installed
(up to 4).
See To set MOH Jumper
Settings on page 31.
___________________
Line Card
Checklist on
page 14.
MOH Card #1
______________ _________________________
MOH Card #2
______________ _________________________
MOH Card #3
______________ _________________________
MOH Card #4
______________ _________________________
T1 Hardware
Settings
# of T1 cards installed
(up to 2):
Slot #
See Physical
Specifications
___________________ on page 21.
Primary Settings Secondary
Settings
See the RJ45 pinout diagram in
Chapter 3 of the
XMU+ Installation
Handbook.
See Chapter 3 of the
XMU+ Installation
Handbook.
T1 Card #1
__1____________ __________________ _________________
T1 Card #2
__5____________ __________________ _________________
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Communication Specifications
Contact the appropriate department (usually the IT department) if the following
information is not readily available.
Telephone and Extension Specifications
# of available telephone numbers.
What are the telephone numbers (or range of
numbers)?
_________________________
# of available extensions.
What are the extension numbers (or range of
extension numbers)?
_________________________
# of extensions required (must be less than or
equal to the number of extensions available).
_________________________
_________________________
_________________________
PBX Specifications
Who is the PBX (switch) manufacturer?
_________________________
What is the PBX model name?
_________________________
What is the PBX model number?
_________________________
What year was the PBX manufactured
(approximately)?
_________________________
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XMU+ to XMUCOM+ Communication Specifications
Which communication option was chosen for
communication between XMU+ and XMUCOM+:
_________________________
Š Modem.
Š Ethernet (LAN).
Š Ethernet (direct).
See Connecting the XMU+ to a PC with XMUCOM+
Software on page 48.
If a modem connection was set up, what is the
telephone number?
_________________________
If an Ethernet connection was set up, what is the:
Š IP address?
Š IP netmask?
Š IP gateway subnet?
_________________________
_________________________
_________________________
Applying Hardware Settings
to XMU+ Line Cards
Each XMU+ line card is unique, in both its design and its effect on
the functional capabilities of the XMU+. Some XMU+ line cards
require specific settings to be applied so they can perform
appropriately with your PBX. These line cards include:
Š
MOH. See Applying MOH Line Card Settings on page 31.
Caution: The application and modification of settings for
XMU+ line cards should only be completed by a
qualified telecommunications / electronics
technician. Standard static discharge precautions
must be followed when handling any internal
components. ESD precautions should also be
observed.
ESD
Electrostatic
Discharge
Interalia cannot be held responsible for damage to parts or equipment
caused by improper handling or installation.
In this chapter...
Š
Š
Š
Applying Hardware Settings Activities on page 29.
Understanding Line Card Population Rules on page 30.
Applying MOH Line Card Settings on page 31.
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Applying Hardware Settings Activities
Applying Hardware Settings Activities
Complete the following activities to apply the appropriate settings to XMU+ line
cards:
Apply Hardware Settings
Gather Required
Information
Understand
Population Rules
Apply Line Card
Settings
1.
MOH
T1
Hybrid
Ensure that the following information has been gathered, and is close at hand:
Š
Š
PBX information. See PBX Requirements on page 17 for more information.
Identify the slots into which the Hybrid Analog, T1 or MOH line cards were
pre-installed in your XMU+. See Line Card Checklist on page 14 for more
information.
2.
Understand population rules for line card placement. See Understanding Line
Card Population Rules on page 30 for more information.
3.
Apply hardware settings to the appropriate line cards. See the following for
more information:
Š
MOH. See Applying MOH Line Card Settings on page 31.
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Understanding Line Card Population Rules
The XMU+ small chassis has one slot for placement of a line card, while the XMU+ large
chassis has eight slots for line card placement.
Small Chassis
Slot 1
Slot 8
Slot 7
Slot 6
Slot 5
Slot 4
Slot 3
Slot 2
Large Chassis
Slot 1
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Line cards have associated population rules that determine the slots in which they can be placed in
the XMU+ unit. Installing more than the advised number of line cards, or installing a line card in an
invalid slot, could cause the XMU+ system to fail.
Š
Š
Š
Small Chassis: Maximum of one (1) card of any type.
Large Chassis:
Š Maximum of four (4) MOH cards @ 8ohm or eight (8) @ 600 ohm.
Š Maximum of two (2) T1 cards in an XMU+ large chassis.
T1 cards can only be placed in the 1st and 5th slots, since they control not only the slot
they are placed in, but also the following 3 slots.
For example, when a T1 card is plugged into slot 5, it controls slots 5 to 8, but slots 1 to 4
are still available for other line cards. If T1 line cards are placed in both slot 1 and slot 5,
no other cards can be added.
Š Maximum of eight (8) Hybrid Analog line cards.
Usually, unusable slots display a faceplate with the following warning sticker:
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Applying MOH Line Card Settings
The MOH line card combines music and messages to
create an ‘On Hold’ environment for callers that are
on hold. Music and messages can be recorded within
the XMU+, or the music can be provided from an
external source. You can install one MOH line card in
an XMU+ small chassis, and up to four MOH line
cards in an XMU+ large chassis.
Each MOH card has two input slots for use when
music is provided by an existing external source,
such as Muzak.
The MOH card also has four output slots that
connect to the MOH inputs on a PBX. These audio outputs are used in one of two ways:
Š
Š
To output messages in combination with an existing music source.
To output music and messages that reside in the XMU+.
These inputs and outputs are located on the MOH line card’s face plate, as shown below:
To set MOH Jumper Settings
By default, the MOH line card is set to 600Ω output impedance. If 8Ω output impedance
is required for any of the four MOH outputs, you will need to apply the following jumper
settings to the appropriate jumper on the MOH line card.
The four sets of 8Ω/600Ω jumpers are located on the side of the MOH line card. Each set
of jumpers corresponds to an MOH output:
This MOH
output...
Corresponds to this
set of jumpers...
OUT4
J2
OUT3
J4
OUT2
J18
OUT1
J11
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1.
Locate the MOH line card in the back of the XMU+ unit.
See Line Card Checklist on page 14 for more information.
2.
Loosen the two thumbscrews on either end of the line card’s faceplate.
3.
Pull the line card straight out.
4.
Locate the four sets of 8Ω/600Ω jumpers on the side of the line card, as shown
below.
Jumper 2
Jumper 4
Jumper18
Jumper 11
5.
Set one set of jumpers by applying clips to the
following pins:
Š
Š
6.
Repeat step 5 until the correct jumper settings
have been applied to each of the four sets of
jumpers.
Pin 3
Pin 2
Pin 1
7.
Line up the line card’s circuit board on the plastic rails in the chassis.
8.
Slide the line card into place.
When seating the line card, there should be slight resistance. Do not force the
line card into place.
9.
Tighten the thumbscrews.
10.
Repeat Steps 1 to 8 until the appropriate jumper settings have been applied to
all MOH line cards in the XMU+.
Caution...
Forcing the line
card into place
could bend the
pins on the
connector.
Pins 1-2 for 8Ω.
Pins 2-3 for 600Ω.
Jumper Set
Installing the XMU+
The XMU+ unit must be installed in a location that meets all the
requirements detailed in Meeting System Requirements on page 16. The
installation process consists of physical installation at the appropriate
location, connecting the XMU+ to its designated power supply, and
checking system startup.
Before beginning the installation process, line card settings must be applied
to the appropriate line cards. See Chapter 4: Applying Hardware Settings to
XMU+ Line Cards.
Caution: The installation of an XMU+ unit should only be
completed by a qualified telecommunications /
electronics technician. Standard static discharge
precautions must be followed when handling any
internal components. ESD precautions should also
be observed.
ESD
Electrostatic
Discharge
Interalia cannot be held responsible for damage to parts or equipment
caused by improper handling or installation.
In this chapter...
Š
Š
Š
Installation Activities on page 35.
Installing the XMU+ Unit on page 36.
Checking System Startup on page 38.
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Installation Activities
Installation Activities
Complete the following activities to install the XMU+:
Install XMU+
Install
XMU+
Connect XMU+ to
Power Supply
Check
System Startup
1.
If required, install the XMU+ in a rack or on a wall.
See To install an XMU+ in a rack on page 36 or To mount an XMU+ to a wall on
page 37 for more information.
2.
Connect the XMU+ to its power supply. For the large chassis, could be to one or
both of the following power supplies:
Š
Š
AC power.
DC power.
See “Connecting the XMU+ to its Power Supply” in Chapter 2 of the XMU+
Installation Handbook for more information.
3.
Check to ensure proper system startup. See Checking System Startup on page 38
for more information.
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Installing the XMU+ Unit
Before installing the XMU+ unit, you should ensure that all system requirements have
been met (see Meeting System Requirements on page 16) and that all of the
appropriate line cards settings have been applied (see Applying Hardware Settings to
XMU+ Line Cards on page 27).
As well, you should ensure that the following tools, hardware, and accessories are
near:
Š
Š
Š
The XMU+ unit.
Mounting brackets and screws.
Philips screwdriver.
To install an XMU+ in a rack
1.
Ensure you have the mounting brackets.
2.
Attach the rack mounting bracket to the XMU+ with the screws provided, as
shown below:
screws
(4 per side)
flange
Small Chassis
screws
(4 per side)
flange
Large Chassis
3.
Install the XMU+ in the rack using the flanges of the mounting brackets.
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To mount an XMU+ to a wall
19” rack mounting brackets can be turned 90o and used to mount a large chassis
XMU+ on a wall. Small chassis XMU+ units must be ordered with specific wall
mounting brackets.
1.
Attach the mounting brackets to the XMU+ with the screws provided, as shown
below:
flange
screws
(4 per side)
2.
Note:
Use appropriate screws to mount the XMU+ to a plywood backboard.
Do not mount the XMU+ directly to standard wall board material.
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Checking System Startup
At system startup, the XMU+ identifies the current system configuration. You should
watch the information displayed on the LCD to ensure that the XMU+ is working
correctly.
Since the system configuration information may be required at a later date for
maintenance and upgrades, you should record it in the Delivery Checklist. See the
Configuration Specifications section of The XMU+ Delivery Checklist on page 21.
To check system startup
1.
Attach the XMU+ to the appropriate power supply.
2.
Verify that the LCD illuminates.
3.
Verify that the XMU+ identifies the current system configuration in the
following order:
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
The current firmware version installed.
Proper loading of messages and prompts.
The total amount of recording time currently
installed.
The amount of recording time that is currently
available.
The date and time.
The date and time may have to be reset to show
the correct values. See To set time and date
(from the Front Panel) on page 96.
Cabling the XMU+
Cabling the XMU+ involves connecting and/or wiring each line card to the
appropriate PBX, transmitter, or amplifier. In addition, it involves cabling
the Control card to the appropriate connections, which could include:
Š
Š
Š
Alarm connection.
Telephone lines for Remote Access and modem connections.
Ethernet (network or direct) connection.
Caution: The cabling of the XMU+ to the PBX should only
be completed by a qualified telecommunications /
electronics technician. Standard static discharge
precautions must be followed when handling any
internal components. ESD precautions should also
be observed.
ESD
Electrostatic
Discharge
Interalia cannot be held responsible for damage to parts or equipment
caused by improper handling or installation.
In this chapter...
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Cabling Activities on page 41.
Preparing to Cable the XMU+ on page 42.
Cabling the XMU+ Control Card on page 47.
Cabling XMU+ Line Cards on page 54.
Common Interface Tables (By Application) on page 56.
About XMU+ Operating Modes on page 68.
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Cabling Activities
Cabling Activities
Complete the following activities to connect and wire the XMU+:
Cable XMU+
Prepare to
Cable XMU+
Cable XMU+
Control Card
Remote Access
XMUCOM+
Alarm
Connect and Wire
Line Cards
Hybrid MOH
T1
MWR
Low Impedance
Understand PBX
Operating Modes
1.
Ensure that the appropriate preparations are taken before cabling the XMU+.
See Preparing to Cable the XMU+ on page 42.
2.
Cable the Control card to the appropriate connections.
See Cabling the XMU+ Control Card on page 47.
3.
Connect and wire the appropriate XMU+ line cards using the Common
Interface Tables (By Application) on page 56. See the following for more
information:
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
4.
To cable Hybrid Analog line cards on page 54.
To cable Low Impedance cards on page 54.
To cable T1 line cards on page 54.
To cable MOH line cards on page 55.
To cable MWR line cards on page 55.
Understand PBX operating modes.
See About XMU+ Operating Modes on page 68.
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Preparing to Cable the XMU+
To properly cable the various Control card connections, as well as to wire and connect
XMU+ line cards to the PBX, you should ensure that the following prerequisites have been
met:
Š
Š
Š
Š
Ensure that all system requirements have been met.
See Meeting System Requirements on page 16.
Ensure that the appropriate cables are available for connecting and wiring the XMU+.
See Matching XMU+ Cables and Connectors on page 43.
As always, cables should be properly managed during XMU+ connecting and wiring,
and properly stored after installation.
Match the connector pinouts to specific line cards.
See Matching Connector Pinouts to XMU+ Line Cards on page 45.
Understand the PBX table conventions used in this chapter.
See PBX Interface Table Conventions and Abbreviations on page 42.
PBX Interface Table Conventions and Abbreviations
The following color abbreviations are used in the PBX interface tables (see Common
Interface Tables (By Application) on page 56):
Abbreviation...
Cable Color...
Abbreviation...
Cable Color...
Blk
Black
Grn
Green
Brn
Brown
Blu
Blue
Red
Red
Vlt
Violet
Org
Orange
Slt
Slate
Yel
Yellow
Wht
White
In addition, the following conventions are used in the PBX interface tables (see Common
Interface Tables (By Application) on page 56):
This Convention...
Identifies...
Pin
The pin number on the 50 position connector.
Color
The wire color/stripe color for the wire corresponding to
the pin on the 50 position connector.
*
The signal from PBX power supply or system ground.
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Matching XMU+ Cables and Connectors
Use the following table to match Control card and line card connectors to the
appropriate cables and mating connectors. While Control card connectors are the
same on every XMU+ unit, the number and type of line cards can vary. See Line Card
Checklist on page 14 for a list of the line cards pre-installed in the XMU+.
Some cables are shipped with the XMU+, but others may need to be purchased
separately. See “Cable Checklist” in Chapter 1 of the XMU+ Installation Handbook for
a list of cables shipped with this XMU+.
XMU+
Card...
Connector
on card...
Used
to...
Requires connector
and cable...
Control
Card
MODEM RJ-11
connector
Communicate with
XMUCOM+.
RJ-11 Mating Connector
(telephone jack) and
telephone cable.
REMOTE RJ-11
connector
Program messages from
a remote location using
a touch tone telephone.
RJ-11 Mating Connector
(telephone jack) and
telephone cable.
Connect alarm circuitry.
Alarm Mating Connector
and ribbon cable.
Mini Weather
Radio
MOH
ALARM Alarm
Connector
SERIAL-1
Perform future
applications.
Music On Hold
SERIAL-2
Perform future
applications.
NETWORK RJ-45
Set up connections to
XMUCOM+ software via
an Ethernet network.
RJ-45 to RJ-45 (6ft.)
Category 5 UTP network
connector and cable for
LAN connection.
Low
Impedance
Line Card
J5 - RJ-21
Female
Connector
Perform ACD/UCD
applications only.
Amphenol RJ-21
50-pin male connector
and cable.
MWR Line
Card
J5 - RJ-21
Female
Connector
Perform MWR
applications only.
Amphenol RJ-21
50-pin male connector
and cable.
ACD
Automatic Call
Distribution
MWR
CAT5
Standard
Category 5
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XMU+
Card...
Connector
on card...
Used
to...
Requires connector
and cable...
MOH Line
Card
2 RCA /Phono
Inputs
Perform MOH
applications only.
Standard RCA/Phono
connector and suitable
coaxial cable.
4 RCA/ Phono
Outputs
Hybrid
Analog
Line Card
J5 - RJ-21
Female
Connector
Perform ACD, Call
Processing, and Auto
Attendant applications.
Amphenol RJ-21
50-pin male connector
and cable.
T1 Line
Card
RJ-45 Female
Connector
Perform ACD, Call
Processing, and Auto
Attendant applications.
RJ-45 mating connector
and Standard Category 5
(CAT5) UTP cable.
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Matching Connector Pinouts to XMU+ Line Cards
Most XMU+ line cards are cabled using the RJ-21 50-pin Connector on page 45.
Exceptions include:
Š
Š
The MOH line card, which uses the RCA/Phono Connectors on page 46.
T1 line cards, which use a digital signal to connect to the XMU+.
All connectors are used to connect and wire the line cards to a PBX, as described in
the various PBX interface tables found in Cabling XMU+ Line Cards on page 54.
RJ-21 50-pin Connector
Use the Amphenol RJ-21 50-pin Connector
to connect the following line cards to
telephone lines or PBX trunks:
Š
Š
Š
Hybrid Analog line card. See To cable
Hybrid Analog line cards on page 54 for
more information.
Low Impedance line card. See To cable
Low Impedance cards on page 54 for
more information.
MWR line card. See To cable MWR line
cards on page 55 for more information.
Each line on the Amphenol 50-pin
connector has a tip (-)/ring (+) pair. The
tip/ring pair performs like a regular
telephone extension operating in the Ring
Start Mode (see About XMU+ Operating
Modes on page 68 for more information).
For lines operating in other modes, the
tip/ring pair provides the message audio
path.
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RCA/Phono Connectors
Use RCA/Phono connectors to connect MOH line cards to a PBX and/or an external music
source. The two MOH input slots are used when music is provided by an existing external
source, such as Muzak. The four MOH output slots connect to the MOH inputs on the PBX.
The following table outlines these input/output slots:
These
connectors...
IN1
IN2
OUT1
Do this...
Accepts a wide dynamic range of audio input (20mVrms to
1.6Vrms) to yield good recording quality audio.
Š
OUT2
OUT3
OUT4
Š
Š
600Ω output impedance drives a high impedance load
such as “Line in” of a PA system, Music on Hold input of a
key system, transmitter input, etc.
8Ω output impedance drives standard 8Ω speakers.
Each output volume is adjustable up to the following
levels:
- 8Ω - 1.0W@2.8Vrms.
- 600Ω - 13mW@2.8Vrms (8Vpp or =9dBm).
See XMU+ Technical Specifications and Approvals on page 135 for more detailed technical
specifications.
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Cabling the XMU+ Control Card
Cabling the XMU+ Control Card
The XMU+ Control card must be cabled to handle the inputs and outputs from
alarms, remote access, and PC communications. The Control card has 6 connector
ports, as shown below:
This Port...
Is used by XMU+ to...
MODEM
Provide external
(RJ-11 connector) communication with
XMUCOM+ software.
Modem Status
Indicators
See...
To connect to the PC with an
analog line to modem on page
49.
The indicator displays the MODEM port status:
Š
Š
Green - carrier detect.
Yellow - transmit and receive data.
REMOTE
Program messages from a
(RJ-11 connector) remote location using a touch
tone telephone.
Connecting Remote Telephone Access
(optional) on page 51.
ALARM
(2 x 5 header
connection)
Connect XMU+ to alarm
circuitry.
Connecting Alarms (optional) on
page 52.
SERIAL-1
(RS-232
connector)
Provide future applications.
TBA.
SERIAL-2
(RS-232
connector)
Provide future applications.
TBA.
NETWORK
Provide external
(RJ-45 connector) communication with
XMUCOM+ software.
Network Status
Indicators
To connect to the PC through an
Ethernet (LAN) Network on page 50.
The indicators display the NETWORK port status:
Š
Š
Š
Š
Green (in connector)- link.
Yellow (in connector) - activity (transmit and receive data).
Green - 100 Base T (when on) and 10 Base T (when off).
Yellow - collision.
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Connecting the XMU+ to a PC with XMUCOM+ Software
The XMUCOM+ software is a Windows based program that allows you to program,
download, update, and backup configurations and messages to the XMU+ from a PC.
See the XMU+ QuickStart Guide for more information about XMUCOM+ software and
configurations.
Users that have multiple XMU+ units distributed across several geographical sites
must consider how to interconnect and communicate with the various units.
Depending on the location, available network facilities, and modem capabilities of the
XMUCOM+ system and XMU+ units, users can choose to apply a combination of one
or more of the following communication methods for each of their XMU+ sites:
Use...
To let the XMU+ communicate with XMUCOM+...
Modem
Connection
Through a dial-up modem connection. This method is effective for
sites that are not linked through LAN/WAN networks.
Modem connections require PC’s with a modem, and the modem
phone numbers for the XMU + unit.
See To connect to the PC with an analog line to modem on page 49
for more information.
Ethernet
(LAN)
Connection
Through LAN/WAN networks. This method is effective for
organizations that have existing LAN/WAN networks operating at all
XMU+ sites.
Ethernet connections require:
Š A network card to be installed within the XMUCOM+ PC.
Š Both the PC and XMU+ unit be connected to the network for LAN
access.
Š A fixed IP address for the XMU+ unit.
Š An IP address for the XMUCOM+ (Admin) PC.
See To connect to the PC through an Ethernet (LAN) Network on page
50 for more information.
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Use...
To let the XMU+ communicate with XMUCOM+...
Direct
Ethernet
Connection
With a non-LAN Ethernet connection by connecting the network
port of a PC directly to the network port on the XMU+ using an
Ethernet cable.
Use this method if your PC is equipped with a network card, but
does not have an available LAN to connect with. The Ethernet cable
creates a separate network connection between the PC and the
XMU+ unit.
Direct Ethernet connections require:
Š
Š
Š
Š
A network card to be installed within the XMUCOM+ PC.
An Ethernet Cable.
An IP address for the XMU+ unit (default on unit is 192.168.100.2)
An IP address for the XMUCOM+ (Admin) PC.
See To connect to the PC directly with the Network port on page 50
for more information.
The best way for XMU+ to communicate with XMUCOM+ depends on the
communication systems currently available in the environment in which the XMU+
will be placed. Record the communication option chosen in the Delivery Checklist.
See The XMU+ Delivery Checklist on page 21.
Note:
Ideally, the XMUCOM+ software and the XMU+ unit should be installed concurrently
so that full testing can be completed. See Testing XMU+ Line Connections on page
100 and the XMU+ QuickStart Guide for more information.
To connect to the PC with an analog line to modem
The XMU+ provides a modem access port, which is accessed through the MODEM
connector on the Control card. See Cabling the XMU+ Control Card on page 47 for
more information. An analog line is connected (using a standard telephone jack and
cable) to the XMU+.
1.
POTS Line
Š
Š
Š
POTS
Plain Old
Telephone
Service
Ensure that a vacant, active telephone outlet is nearby. If one is not nearby,
install one. Always take the following safety precautions when installing or
modifying telephone lines:
Never install wiring during a lightning storm.
Never install a jack in a wet location unless the jack is specifically designed
for wet locations.
Never touch uninsulated wires or terminals unless the lines have been
disconnected at the network interface.
2.
Connect the one end of the POTS line to the RJ-11 modem port on the XMU+.
3.
Plug the free end of the POTS line into the vacant, active telephone outlet.
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To connect to the PC through an Ethernet (LAN) Network
The XMU+ provides a RJ-45 port to connect to the XMU+ to a PC via a network. See
Cabling the XMU+ Control Card on page 47 for more information.
1.
Ensure that a vacant, active network outlet is nearby. If one is not nearby, install
one. Always take the following safety precautions when installing or modifying
network lines:
Š
Š
Š
Never install wiring during a lightning storm.
Never install a jack in a wet location unless the jack is specifically designed
for wet locations.
Never touch uninsulated wires or terminals unless the lines have been
disconnected at the network interface.
2.
Connect one end of the RJ-45 to RJ-45 cable to the NETWORK RJ-45 port on the
XMU+. See “Cable Checklist” in Chapter 1 of the XMU+ Installation Handbook
for more information about the RJ-45 to RJ-45 cable.
3.
Plug the free end of the RJ-45 to RJ-45 cable into the vacant, active network
outlet.
4.
Ensure the “link” LED is on (green). If it is not on, troubleshoot.
To connect to the PC directly with the Network port
Ethernet (direct)
connections require the
following:
It is possible to create a non-LAN Ethernet connection by connecting the network port
of a PC directly to the network port on the XMU+ with an Ethernet cable. In this case,
the data transfer speeds are much faster than direct connection (RS-232). See Cabling
the XMU+ Control Card on page 47 for more information.
1.
Ensure that there is a vacant Network port on the PC.
2.
Connect one end of the Ethernet cable to the NETWORK RJ-45 port on the
XMU+.
3.
Plug the free end of the Ethernet cable into the PC’s Network port.
4.
Ensure the “link” LED is on (green). If it is not on, troubleshoot.
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Connecting Remote Telephone Access (optional)
DTMF
Dual Tone
Multi Frequency
The XMU+ provides a remote telephone access port, which is accessed through the
REMOTE RJ-11 connector on the Control card. See Cabling the XMU+ Control Card on
page 47 for more information.
An analog line is connected (using a standard telephone jack and cable) to the XMU+
to provide Remote Access to the XMU+. Remote Access allows control of the XMU+
from a remote location using a DTMF (touch tone) telephone. Thus an operator who is
not in the same room as the XMU+, or who does not have XMUCOM+ installed on
their PC, can still create and modify XMU+ messages.
If this Remote Access option is connected, record it in the Delivery Checklist. See
Physical Specifications on page 21.
To connect an analog line to provide Remote Telephone Access
Remote Access
connections require
the following:
1.
Ensure that a vacant, active telephone outlet is nearby. If one is not nearby,
install one. Prior to working with telephone lines, please refer to the following
safety considerations:
Š
Š
Š
POTS Line
Š
POTS
Plain Old
Telephone
Service
Never install telephone wiring during a lightning storm.
Never install a telephone jack in a wet location unless the jack is
specifically designed for wet locations.
Never touch uninsulated telephone wires or terminals unless the telephone
line has been disconnected at the network interface.
Always use caution when installing or modifying telephone lines.
2.
Connect the one end of the POTS line or analog extension to the RJ-11 remote
access port on the XMU+.
3.
Plug the RJ-11 Mating Connector (telephone jack) on the opposite end of the
POTS line or analog extension into the vacant, active telephone outlet.
4.
Configure the XMU+ to allow Remote Access. See Understanding XMU+
Remote Telephone Access on page 85.
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Connecting Alarms (optional)
The XMU+ provides two output alarm contacts and two input alarm contacts, all of
which are accessed through the contact pinout on the Control card.
This alarm
contact...
Is used to...
For more
information...
Output 1
Trigger an external device (a light or a
buzzer) in the event of a system failure,
such as input power loss or
microprocessor failure.
See To wire the
alarm connector on
page 53 for more
information).
Output 2
Trigger an external device or monitor in
the event that one of the two power
supplies fails (this feature only on an
XMU+ large chassis unit with a dual power
supply).
See To wire the
alarm connector on
page 53 for more
information).
Input 1
Connect the optional override switch
feature. When connected to the XMU+, the
override switch allows regular
programming to be overridden by a prerecorded message in case of an emergency.
See the XMUCOM+
application to
program override
messages.
Input 2
Reserved for future use.
Information not yet
available for this
future feature.
Record the alarm option chosen (connector or override switch) in The XMU+ Delivery
Checklist on page 21.
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To wire the alarm connector
Alarm connections
require the following:
When the system is powered up and running normally, there is a closed circuit
between the Common (C) and the Normally Closed (NC) contacts, and an open circuit
between the Common (C) and the Normally Open (NO) contacts. In an alarm
condition, the opposite occurs, with an open circuit between the (C) and the (NC)
contacts, and a closed circuit between the (C) and the (NO) contacts.
1.
Alarm Mating
Connector
Wire the connector pinouts on the alarm connector using the following table.
Pin...
Used for...
Pin...
Used for...
1
Alarm 1 Output (NC).
6
Alarm 1 Input.
2
Alarm 1 Output (NO).
7
Alarm 2 Output (NC).
3
Alarm 1 Output (C).
8
Alarm 2 Output (NO).
4
Alarm 2 Input.
9
Alarm 2 Output (C).
5
Alarm 1 Input.
10
Alarm 2 Input.
2.
Connect the wires to the appropriate external device, such as a light or a buzzer.
3.
Plug the alarm mating connector into the ALARM port on the XMU+ control
card.
Alarm pin out on the XMU+ Control Card
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Cabling XMU+ Line Cards
The diverse applications that the XMU+ can execute is made possible by the
various line cards that can be installed. Each line card must be cabled individually
to the PBX, transmitter, or amplifier. This section describes the procedures for
cabling XMU+ line cards.
To cable Hybrid Analog line cards
Hybrid Analog line cards give the XMU+ the ability to provide Auto-Attendant/
Audiotex announcements, 1-800 ACD call routing, and ACD/UCD intercept messages.
Hybrid Analog line cards replace the Passive and Interactive Line Cards by combining
their features. Cable the Hybrid Analog line card using the steps shown below.
1.
Verify that PBX line cards are configured for the appropriate XMU+ application
(Call Processing, Auto Attendant, or ACD). See About XMU+ Operating Modes
on page 68 for more information.
2.
Punch down wires from PBX to the punch block.
3.
Punch down wires from XMU+ to the punch block.
4.
Cross connect the wires in the punch block as per the following PBX tables:
Š
Š
Call Processing/Auto Attendant Applications on page 56. This table is also
used to cable Interactive line cards in older XMU units.
ACD Applications on page 57. These tables are also used to cable Passive
line cards in older XMU units.
To cable Low Impedance cards
Low Impedance XMU+ line cards are used to provide ACD/UCD messages. However,
Low Impedance cards can connect one (1) passive port to twenty-four (24) PBX
trunks. Low Impedance line cards can only be used with Nortel PBXs.
1.
Verify that PBX line cards are configured for the appropriate ACD application.
See About XMU+ Operating Modes on page 68 for more information.
2.
Punch down wires from PBX to punch block.
3.
Punch down wires from XMU+ to punch block.
4.
Cross connect the wires in the punch block as per the appropriate (Nortel only)
ACD Applications table on page 64.
To cable T1 line cards
T1 XMU+ line cards connect to a T1 communication link on a PBX to provide the
XMU+ with 24 T1 user channels.
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1.
Verify that PBX line cards are configured for the T1 application.
See About XMU+ Operating Modes on page 68 for more information.
2.
Verify that the T1 hardware settings are correct.
See Chapter 3 of the XMU+ Installation Handbook.
3.
Use a CAT5 cable to connect the RJ-45 port on the T1 line card directly to the
communication link on the PBX.
To cable MOH line cards
MOH line cards combine music (from an external or internal source) and messages to
create an “On Hold” environment for the XMU+.
1.
Verify that PBX line cards are configured for the MOH application.
See About XMU+ Operating Modes on page 68 for more information.
2.
Verify that the MOH hardware settings are correct.
See Applying MOH Line Card Settings on page 31.
3.
Verify that PBX line cards are correct.
4.
Punch down wires from PBX to punch block.
5.
Punch down wires from XMU+ to punch block.
6.
Cross connect the wires in the punch block as per the MOH Applications table
on page 66.
To cable MWR line cards
MWR line cards provide XMU+ with the ability to broadcast weather information for
Environment Canada.
1.
Wire the XMU+ outputs to the transmitter inputs as per the MWR Applications
table on page 67.
2.
If required, key the transmitter as per the MWR Applications table on page 67.
3.
Repeat steps 1 and 2 until all transmitters are cabled.
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Common Interface Tables (By Application)
The following tables describe the PBX, announcer, and transmitter interfaces for each
XMU+ application.
Š
Š
Š
Š
Call Processing/Auto Attendant Applications on page 56.
ACD Applications on page 57.
MOH Applications on page 66.
MWR Applications on page 67.
There are no tables for T1 line cards as it is not PBX dependent.
Call Processing/Auto Attendant Applications
This table describes the cabling of Hybrid Analog line cards (Ring Start) to the
following PBXs:
Š
Š
Š
Public Telephone Network
PBX Analog Station Port.
Analog Centrex Line.
See To cable Hybrid Analog line cards on page 54 for more information.
PABX
Signal
Announcer
Signal
Line 1
PinColor
Line 2
PinColor
Line 3
PinColor
Line 4
PinColor
Line 5
PinColor
Line 6
PinColor
Line 7
PinColor
Line 8
PinColor
Ring
Ring
1Blu/Wht
4Brn/Wht
7Org/Red
10 Slt/Red
13 Grn/Blk
16 Blu/Yel
19 Brn/Yel
22 Org/Vlt
Tip
Tip
26 Wht/Blu
29 Wht/Brn
32 Red/Org
35 Red/Slt
38 Blk/Grn
41 Yel/Blu
44 Yel/Brn
47 Vlt/Org
PBX Operation Mode: Ring Start (R). See About XMU+ Operating Modes on page 68 for more information.
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Common Interface Tables (By Application)
ACD Applications
The XMU+ can be coupled with a variety of PBXs to provide ACD announcements.
The following tables describe the cabling of Hybrid Analog line cards to these PBXs:
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
GPT iSDX and Realitis; Siemens 9005-9006, HiPath 3000, HiPath 4000; Intecom; ITT
3100; HICOM 300 Series; Mitel SX50, SX200, SX2000, 3300; Toshiba Perception Rolm
9751, CBX 8000, CBX 9000; TadarianCoral. on page 58.
AT&T Dimension 2000 on page 58.
AT&T G2, G3, and Definity (option 1) on page 59.
AT&T G2, G3, and Definity (option 2) on page 59.
AT&T System 75/85 on page 60.
Ericsson MD 110 on page 60.
Harris 20/20 LH and 20/20 M on page 61.
Hitachi EDX, MDX, and LDX on page 61.
Hitachi HCX-5000 on page 62.
Microtel GTD-5 on page 62.
Microtel Omni on page 63.
NEC NEAX2400 on page 63.
Nortel SL-1®or Meridian-1® (option 1), DMS-100, SL-100,
CS1000 and Centrex on page 64.
Northern Telecom SL-1®or Meridian-1® (option 2) on page 64.
ROLM 9200 on page 65.
Siemens Saturn on page 65.
Solid State Junior and Senior Executive on page 66.
See To cable Hybrid Analog line cards on page 54 for more information.
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GPT iSDX and Realitis; Siemens 9005-9006, HiPath 3000,
HiPath 4000; Intecom; ITT 3100; HICOM 300 Series;
Mitel SX50, SX200, SX2000, 3300; Toshiba Perception Rolm 9751,
CBX 8000, CBX 9000; TadarianCoral.
Line 1
PinColor
Line 2
PinColor
Line 3
PinColor
PABX
Signal
Announcer
Signal
Ring
Ring
1 - Blu/
Wht
4 - Brn/
Wht
7- Org/
Red
Tip
Tip
26- Wht/
Blu
29 -Wht/
Brn
32 Red/
Org
Line 4
PinColor
Line 5
PinColor
Line 6
PinColor
Line 7
PinColor
Line 8
PinColor
10 - Slt/
Red
13 - Grn/
Blk
16 - Blu/
Yel
19 - Brn/
Yel
22 - Org/
Vlt
35 - Red/
Slt
38 - Blk/
Grn
41 - Yel/
Blu
44 - Yel/
Brn
47 - Vlt/
Org
PBX Operation Mode: Ring Start (R). See About XMU+ Operating Modes on page 68 for more information.
GPT iSDX and Realitis use the 1HAC 50049 ADB card to interface.
AT&T Dimension 2000
Line 1
PinColor
Line 2
PinColor
Line 3
PinColor
Ring
1Blu/Wht
4Brn/Wht
7Org/Red
10 Slt/Red
13 Grn/Blk
16 Blu/Yel
19 Brn/Yel
22 Org/Vlt
Tip
Tip
26 Wht/Blu
29 Wht/Brn
32 Red/Org
35 Red/Slt
38 Blk/Grn
41 Yel/Blu
44 Yel/Brn
47 Vlt/Org
Battery
*
Start-
28 Wht/Grn
31 Red/Blu
34 Red/Brn
37 Blk/Org
40 Blk/Slt
43 Yel/Grn
46 Vlt/Blu
49 Vlt/Brn
S2
Start+
3Grn/Wht
6Blu/Red
9Brn/Red
12 Org/Blk
15 Slt/Blk
18 Grn/Yel
21 Blu/Vlt
24 Brn/Vlt
AL1
CP1
27 Wht/Org
30 Wht/Slt
33 Red/Grn
36 Blk/Blu
39 Blk/Brn
42 Yel/Org
45 Yel/Slt
48 Vlt/Grn
Battery
*
CP2
2Org/Wht
5Slt/Wht
8Grn/Red
11 Blu/Blk
14 Brn/Blk
17 Org/Yel
20 Slt/Yel
23 Grn/Vlt
PABX
Signal
Announcer
Signal
Ring
Line 4
PinColor
Line 5
PinColor
Line 6
PinColor
Line 7
PinColor
Line 8
PinColor
PBX Operation Mode: Pulse Start/Level Return (PS/LR NC). See About XMU+ Operating Modes on page 68 for more
information.
Set the switches on the LC 13 circuit pack as follows:
Circuit 0
Circuit 1
Switch 4 - Open
Switch 1 - Open
Switch 5 - Closed
Switch 2 - Closed
Switch 6 - Open
Switch 3 - Open
Connect announcer to Dimension 2000 LC13 Circuit Pack, Recorded Announcement Interface.
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AT&T G2, G3, and Definity (option 1)
PABX
Signal
Announcer
Signal
Line 1
PinColor
Line 2
PinColor
Line 3
PinColor
Line 4
PinColor
Line 5
PinColor
Line 6
PinColor
Line 7
PinColor
Line 8
PinColor
Ring
Ring
1Blu/Wht
4Brn/Wht
7Org/Red
10 Slt/Red
13 Grn/Blk
16 Blu/Yel
19 Brn/Yel
22 Org/Vlt
Tip
Tip
26 Wht/Blu
29 Wht/Brn
32 Red/Org
35 Red/Slt
38 Blk/Grn
41 Yel/Blu
44 Yel/Brn
47 Vlt/Org
Battery* Start-
28 Wht/Grn
31 Red/Blu
34Red/Brn
37 Blk/Org
40 Blk/Slt
43 Yel/Grn
46 Vlt/Blu
49 Vlt/Brn
S
Start+
3Grn/Wht
6Blu/Red
9Brn/Red
12 Org/Blk
15 Slt/Blk
18 Grn/Yel
21 Blu/Vlt
24 Brn/Vlt
AL1
CP1
27 Wht/Org
30 Wht/Slt
33 Red/Grn
36 Blk/Blu
39 Blk/Brn
42 Yel/Org
45 Yel/Slt
48 Vlt/Grn
Ground
CP2
2Org/Wht
5Slt/Wht
8Grn/Red
11 Blu/Blk
14 Brn/Blk
17 Org/Yel
20 Slt/Yel
23 Grn/Vlt
PBX Operation Mode: Pulse Start/Level Return (PS/LR NO). See About XMU+ Operating Modes on page 68 for more
information.
Configuration is using a SN 231 card. Ground must come from Circuit Pack.
AT&T G2, G3, and Definity (option 2)
PABX
Signal
Announcer
Signal
Line 1
PinColor
Line 2
PinColor
Line 3
PinColor
Line 4
PinColor
Line 5
PinColor
Line 6
PinColor
Line 7
PinColor
Line 8
PinColor
Ring
Ring
1Blu/Wht
4Brn/Wht
7Org/Red
10 Slt/Red
13 Grn/Blk
16 Blu/Yel
19 Brn/Yel
22 Org/Vlt
Tip
Tip
26 Wht/Blu
29 Wht/Brn
32 Red/Org
35 Red/Slt
38 Blk/Grn
41 Yel/Blu
44 Yel/Brn
47 Vlt/Org
Battery* Start-
28 Wht/Grn
31 Red/Blu
34Red/Brn
37 Blk/Org
40 Blk/Slt
43 Yel/Grn
46 Vlt/Blu
49 Vlt/Brn
SZ1
Start+
3Grn/Wht
6Blu/Red
9Brn/Red
12 Org/Blk
15 Slt/Blk
18 Grn/Yel
21 Blu/Vlt
24 Brn/Vlt
S1
CP1
27 Wht/Org
30 Wht/Slt
33 Red/Grn
36 Blk/Blu
39 Blk/Brn
42 Yel/Org
45 Yel/Slt
48 Vlt/Grn
S
CP2
2Org/Wht
5Slt/Wht
8Grn/Red
11 Blu/Blk
14 Brn/Blk
17 Org/Yel
20 Slt/Yel
23 Grn/Vlt
PBX Operation Mode: Level Start/Pulse Return (LS/PR NO). See About XMU+ Operating Modes on page 68 for more
information.
Configuration is using a TN 763C card. Ground must come from Circuit Pack, Strap the SZ lead to ground
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AT&T System 75/85
PABX
Signal
Announcer
Signal
Line 1
PinColor
Line 2
PinColor
Line 3
PinColor
Line 4
PinColor
Line 5
PinColor
Line 6
PinColor
Line 7
PinColor
Line 8
PinColor
Ring
Ring
1Blu/Wht
4Brn/Wht
7Org/Red
10 Slt/Red
13 Grn/Blk
16 Blu/Yel
19 Brn/Yel
22 Org/Vlt
Tip
Tip
26 Wht/Blu
29 Wht/Brn
32 Red/Org
35 Red/Slt
38 Blk/Grn
41 Yel/Blu
44 Yel/Brn
47 Vlt/Org
Battery* Start-
28 Wht/Grn
31 Red/Blu
34Red/Brn
37 Blk/Org
40 Blk/Slt
43 Yel/Grn
46 Vlt/Blu
49 Vlt/Brn
S
Start+
3Grn/Wht
6Blu/Red
9Brn/Red
12 Org/Blk
15 Slt/Blk
18 Grn/Yel
21 Blu/Vlt
24 Brn/Vlt
AL1
CP1
27 Wht/Org
30 Wht/Slt
33 Red/Grn
36 Blk/Blu
39 Blk/Brn
42 Yel/Org
45 Yel/Slt
48 Vlt/Grn
Ground
CP2
2Org/Wht
5Slt/Wht
8Grn/Red
11 Blu/Blk
14 Brn/Blk
17 Org/Yel
20 Slt/Yel
23 Grn/Vlt
PBX Operation Mode: Pulse Start/Level Return (PS/LR NO). See About XMU+ Operating Modes on page 68 for more
information.
Ground must come from Circuit Pack.
Ericsson MD 110
PABX
Signal
Announcer
Signal
Line 1
PinColor
Line 2
PinColor
Line 3
PinColor
Line 4
PinColor
Line 5
PinColor
Line 6
PinColor
Line 7
PinColor
Line 8
PinColor
T Rec
Ring
1Blu/Wht
4Brn/Wht
7Org/Red
10 Slt/Red
13 Grn/Blk
16 Blu/Yel
19 Brn/Yel
22 Org/Vlt
R Tx
Tip
26 Wht/Blu
29 - Wht/
Brn
32 Red/Org
35 Red/Slt
38 Blk/Grn
41 Yel/Blu
44 Yel/Brn
47 Vlt/Org
M
Start-
28 Wht/Grn
31 Red/Blu
34 Red/Brn
37 Blk/Org
40 Blk/Slt
43 Yel/Grn
46 Vlt/Blu
49 Vlt/Brn
Aux.
GND
Start+
3Grn/Wht
6Blu/Red
9Brn/Red
12 Org/Blk
15 Slt/Blk
18 Grn/Yel
21 Blu/Vlt
24 Brn/Vlt
S -GND
CP1
27 Wht/Org
30 Wht/Slt
33 Red/Grn
36 Blk/Blu
39 Blk/Brn
42 Yel/Org
45 Yel/Slt
48 Vlt/Grn
E
CP2
2Org/Wht
5Slt/Wht
8Grn/Red
11 Blu/Blk
14 Brn/Blk
17 Org/Yel
20 Slt/Yel
23 Grn/Vlt
PBX Operation Mode: Pulse Start/Level Return Single Play (PS/LR SP NO). See About XMU+ Operating Modes on page 68
for more information.
MD 110 is set to type II 2 wire. Var=00, Type=RA1
Connect S - Batt from PABX to Aux - Batt
XMU+ Installation and Maintenance Guide rev.07
Common Interface Tables (By Application)
Harris 20/20 LH and 20/20 M
PABX
Signal
Announcer
Signal
Line 1
PinColor
Line 2
PinColor
Line 3
PinColor
Line 4
PinColor
Line 5
PinColor
Line 6
PinColor
Line 7
PinColor
Line 8
PinColor
Ring
Ring
1Blu/Wht
4Brn/Wht
7Org/Red
10 Slt/Red
13 Grn/Blk
16 Blu/Yel
19 Brn/Yel
22 Org/Vlt
Tip
Tip
26 Wht/Blu
29 Wht/Brn
32 Red/Org
35 Red/Slt
38 Blk/Grn
41 Yel/Blu
44 Yel/Brn
47 Vlt/Org
M
Start-
28 Wht/Grn
31 Red/Blu
34 Red/Brn
37 Blk/Org
40 Blk/Slt
43 Yel/Grn
46 Vlt/Blu
49 Vlt/Brn
Ground* Start+
3Grn/Wht
6Blu/Red
9Brn/Red
12 Org/Blk
15 Slt/Blk
18 Grn/Yel
21 Blu/Vlt
24 Brn/Vlt
E
CP1
27 - Wht/
Org
30 Wht/Slt
33 Red/Grn
36 Blk/Blu
39 Blk/Brn
42 Yel/Org
45 Yel/Slt
48 Vlt/Grn
Ground* CP2
2Org/Wht
5Slt/Wht
8Grn/Red
11 Blu/Blk
14 Brn/Blk
17 Org/Yel
20 Slt/Yel
23 Grn/Vlt
PBX Operation Mode: Level Start/Pulse Return Single Play (LS/PR SP NO). See About XMU+ Operating Modes on page 68
for more information.
Connect announcer to a 2 wire or 4-wire E&M Trunk Card.
Configure E&M Trunk Card for Type I E&M signaling.
Hitachi EDX, MDX, and LDX
PABX
Signal
Announcer
Signal
Line 1
PinColor
Line 2
PinColor
Line 3
PinColor
Line 4
PinColor
Line 5
PinColor
Line 6
PinColor
Line 7
PinColor
Line 8
PinColor
Ring
Ring
1Blu/Wht
4Brn/Wht
7Org/Red
10 Slt/Red
13 Grn/Blk
16 Blu/Yel
19 Brn/Yel
22 Org/Vlt
Tip
Tip
26 Wht/Blu
29 Wht/Brn
32 Red/Org
35 Red/Slt
38 Blk/Grn
41 Yel/Blu
44 Yel/Brn
47 Vlt/Org
Battery*
Start-
28 Wht/Grn
31 Red/Blu
34 Red/Brn
37 Blk/Org
40 Blk/Slt
43 Yel/Grn
46 Vlt/Blu
49 Vlt/Brn
SSLO
Start+
3Grn/Wht
6Blu/Red
9Brn/Red
12 Org/Blk
15 Slt/Blk
18 Grn/Yel
21 Blu/Vlt
24 Brn/Vlt
PBX Operation Mode: Level Start/Pulse Return Single Play (LS/PR SP NO). See About XMU+ Operating Modes on page 68
for more information.
Connect announcer to Hitachi card number 4SRBWT. Connect SS0 lead to system ground.
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Hitachi HCX-5000
PABX
Signal
Announcer
Signal
Line 1
PinColor
Line 2
PinColor
Line 3
PinColor
Line 4
PinColor
Line 5
PinColor
Line 6
PinColor
Line 7
PinColor
Line 8
PinColor
Ring
Ring
1Blu/Wht
4Brn/Wht
7Org/Red
10 Slt/Red
13 Grn/Blk
16 Blu/Yel
19 Brn/Yel
22 Org/Vlt
Tip
Tip
26 Wht/Blu
29 Wht/Brn
32 Red/Org
35 Red/Slt
38 Blk/Grn
41 Yel/Blu
44 Yel/Brn
47 Vlt/Org
M
Start-
28 Wht/Grn
31 Red/Blu
34 Red/Brn
37 Blk/Org
40 Blk/Slt
43 Yel/Grn
46 Vlt/Blu
49 Vlt/Brn
SG
Start+
3Grn/Wht
6Blu/Red
9Brn/Red
12 Org/Blk
15 Slt/Blk
18 Grn/Yel
21 Blu/Vlt
24 Brn/Vlt
E
CP1
27 Wht/Org
30 Wht/Slt
33 Red/Grn
36 Blk/Blu
39 Blk/Brn
42 Yel/Org
45 Yel/Slt
48 Vlt/Grn
SG
CP2
2Org/Wht
5Slt/Wht
8Grn/Red
11 Blu/Blk
14 Brn/Blk
17 Org/Yel
20 Slt/Yel
23 Grn/Vlt
PBX Operation Mode: Level Start/Pulse Return Single Play (LS/PR SP NO). See About XMU+ Operating Modes on page 68
for more information.
Set the strapping on the 4 ANIF card as follows:
HCX Programming:
TM00 1-2
TM01 1-2
TM02 3-4
TM03 1-2
System Features Screen 2.1.2.1 (Specify one or two announcements played to caller. This affects
announcements system wide).
Announcement Trunk Group Set Up Screen 2.1.5.1 (Trunk Type=OGT, Connection
Class=TKTH).
Microtel GTD-5
PABX
Signal
Announcer
Signal
Line 1
PinColor
Line 2
PinColor
Line 3
PinColor
Line 4
PinColor
Line 5
PinColor
Line 6
PinColor
Line 7
PinColor
Line 8
PinColor
Ring
Ring
1Blu/Wht
4Brn/Wht
7Org/Red
10 Slt/Red
13 Grn/Blk
16 Blu/Yel
19 Brn/Yel
22 Org/Vlt
Tip
Tip
26 Wht/Blu
29 Wht/Brn
32 Red/Org
35 Red/Slt
38 Blk/Grn
41 Yel/Blu
44 Yel/Brn
47 Vlt/Org
Battery*
Start-
28 Wht/Grn
31 Red/Blu
34 Red/Brn
37 Blk/Org
40 Blk/Slt
43 Yel/Grn
46 Vlt/Blu
49 Vlt/Brn
C
Start+
3Grn/Wht
6Blu/Red
9Brn/Red
12 Org/Blk
15 Slt/Blk
18 Grn/Yel
21 Blu/Vlt
24 Brn/Vlt
SSG
CP1
27 Wht/Org
30 Wht/Slt
33 Red/Grn
36 Blk/Blu
39 Blk/Brn
42 Yel/Org
45 Yel/Slt
48 Vlt/Grn
E
CP2
2Org/Wht
5Slt/Wht
8Grn/Red
11 Blu/Blk
14 Brn/Blk
17 Org/Yel
20 Slt/Yel
23 Grn/Vlt
PBX Operation Mode: Pulse Start/Level Return Multiple Play (PS/LR MP NO). See About XMU+ Operating Modes on page
68 for more information.
Connect SSG lead to system ground.
XMU+ Installation and Maintenance Guide rev.07
Common Interface Tables (By Application)
Microtel Omni
PABX
Signal
Announcer
Signal
Line 1
PinColor
Line 2
PinColor
Line 3
PinColor
Line 4
PinColor
Line 5
PinColor
Line 6
PinColor
Line 7
PinColor
Line 8
PinColor
Ring
Ring
1Blu/Wht
4Brn/Wht
7Org/Red
10 Slt/Red
13 Grn/Blk
16 Blu/Yel
19 Brn/Yel
22 Org/Vlt
Tip
Tip
26 Wht/Blu
29 Wht/Brn
32 Red/Org
35 Red/Slt
38 Blk/Grn
41 Yel/Blu
44 Yel/Brn
47 Vlt/Org
M
Start-
28 Wht/Grn
31 Red/Blu
34 Red/Brn
37 Blk/Org
40 Blk/Slt
43 Yel/Grn
46 Vlt/Blu
49 Vlt/Brn
Ground* Start+
3Grn/Wht
6Blu/Red
9Brn/Red
12 Org/Blk
15 Slt/Blk
18 Grn/Yel
21 Blu/Vlt
24 Brn/Vlt
E
CP1
27 Wht/Org
30 Wht/Slt
33 Red/Grn
36 Blk/Blu
39 Blk/Brn
42 Yel/Org
45 Yel/Slt
48 Vlt/Grn
Ground* CP2
2Org/Wht
5Slt/Wht
8Grn/Red
11 Blu/Blk
14 Brn/Blk
17 Org/Yel
20 Slt/Yel
23 Grn/Vlt
PBX Operation Mode: Pulse Start/Level Return (PS/LR NO). See About XMU+ Operating Modes on page 68 for
more information.
NEC NEAX2400
PABX
Signal
Announcer
Signal
Line 1
PinColor
Line 2
PinColor
Line 3
PinColor
Line 4
PinColor
Line 5
PinColor
Line 6
PinColor
Line 7
PinColor
Line 8
PinColor
Ring
Ring
1Blu/Wht
4Brn/Wht
7Org/Red
10 Slt/Red
13 Grn/Blk
16 Blu/Yel
19 Brn/Yel
22 Org/Vlt
Tip
Tip
26 Wht/Blu
29 Wht/Brn
32 Red/Org
35 Red/Slt
38 Blk/Grn
41 Yel/Blu
44 Yel/Brn
47 Vlt/Org
M
Start-
28 Wht/Grn
31 Red/Blu
34 Red/Brn
37 Blk/Org
40 Blk/Slt
43 Yel/Grn
46 Vlt/Blu
49 Vlt/Brn
Ground
Start+
3Grn/Wht
6Blu/Red
9Brn/Red
12 Org/Blk
15 Slt/Blk
18 Grn/Yel
21 Blu/Vlt
24 Brn/Vlt
PBX Operation Mode: Level Start/Pulse Return Single Play (LS/PR SP NO). See About XMU+ Operating Modes on page 68
for more information.
Set the switches on the TLT circuit board as
follows:
Switch 00 - EM
Switch 10 - 600Ω
Switch 20 - Ground Idle
Switch 01 - EM
Switch 11 - 600Ω
Switch 21 - Ground Idle
Connect announcer to NEC 4TLT - Loop and Tie-Line Interface Circuit Card.
Switch 02 - EM
Switch 12 - 600Ω
Switch 22 - Ground Idle
Switch 03 - EM
Switch 13 - 600Ω
Switch 23 - Ground Idle
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Nortel SL-1®or Meridian-1® (option 1), DMS-100,
SL-100, CS1000 and Centrex
The Low Impedance option is required when 4 to 24 RAN trunks are connected in
parallel to a single channel.
PABX
Signal
Announcer
Signal
Line 1
PinColor
Line 2
PinColor
Line 3
PinColor
Line 4
PinColor
Line 5
PinColor
Line 6
PinColor
Line 7
PinColor
Line 8
PinColor
Ring
Ring
1Blu/Wht
4Brn/Wht
7Org/Red
10 Slt/Red
13 Grn/Blk
16 Blu/Yel
19 Brn/Yel
22 Org/Vlt
Tip
Tip
26 Wht/Blu
29 Wht/Brn
32 Red/Org
35 Red/Slt
38 Blk/Grn
41 Yel/Blu
44 Yel/Brn
47 Vlt/Org
CP/E
CP1
27 Wht/Org
30 Wht/Slt
33 Red/Grn
36 Blk/Blu
39 Blk/Brn
42 Yel/Org
45 Yel/Slt
48 Vlt/Grn
Ground
CP2
2Org/ Wht
5Slt/Wht
8Grn/Red
11 Blu/Blk
14 Brn/Blk
17 Org/Yel
20 Slt/Yel
23 Grn/Vlt
PBX Operation Mode: Continuous Play (CP NO). See About XMU+ Operating Modes on page 68 for more information.
Meridian-1: Connect announcer to NT8D14 Universal Trunk Card or NT5K19 or NT5K72AA. Configure Meridian-1 for an
Audichron Announcer. IMPORTANT: Do not connect MB lead. Software must be downloaded to card by
disabling, then re-enabling card
SL-1:
DMS:
Connect announcer to QP C74 Recorded Announcement Circuit Pack. Configure SL-1 for an Audichron
Announcer.
Connect announcer to NT2X72AA Card. Configure DMS for an Audichron Announcer. Connect announcer’s
Tip and Ring to the NT2X72AA card’s Tip 1 and Ring 1.
Northern Telecom SL-1®or Meridian-1® (option 2)
The Low Impedance option is required when 4 to 24 RAN trunks are connected in
parallel to a single channel
PABX
Signal
Announcer
Signal
Line 1
PinColor
Line 2
PinColor
Line 3
PinColor
Line 4
PinColor
Line 5
PinColor
Line 6
PinColor
Line 7
PinColor
Line 8
PinColor
Ring
Ring
1Blu/Wht
4Brn/Wht
7Org/Red
10 Slt/Red
13 Grn/Blk
16 Blu/Yel
19 Brn/Yel
22 Org/Vlt
Tip
Tip
26 Wht/Blu
29 Wht/Brn
32 Red/Org
35 Red/Slt
38 Blk/Grn
41 Yel/Blu
44 Yel/Brn
47 Vlt/Org
Battery*
Start-
28 Wht/Grn
31 Red/Blu
34 Red/Brn
37 Blk/Org
40 Blk/Slt
43 Yel/Grn
46 Vlt/Blu
49 Vlt/Brn
Start/
MB
Start+
3Grn/Wht
6Blu/Red
9Brn/Red
12 Org/Blk
15 Slt/Blk
18 Grn/Yel
21 Blu/Vlt
24 Brn/Vlt
CP
CP1
27 Wht/Org
30 Wht/Slt
33 Red/Grn
36 Blk/Blu
39 Blk/Brn
42 Yel/Org
45 Yel/Slt
48 Vlt/Grn
Ground
CP2
2Org/Wht
5Slt/Wht
8Grn/Red
11 Blu/Blk
14 Brn/Blk
17 Org/Yel
20 Slt/Yel
23 Grn/Vlt
PBX Operation Mode: Pulse Start/Level Return (PS/LR NO). See About XMU+ Operating Modes on page 68 for more
information.
Meridian-1: Connect announcer to QPC74 Recorded Announcement Circuit Pack or NT8D14BA (or later) Universal Trunk
Card or NT5K19 or NT5K72AA. Software release X19 (or later) must be used when connecting to the Universal Trunk
Card.
Configure Meridian-1 for a Cook Electric 201 Announcer. Software must be down be downloaded to card by disabling,
then re-enabling card.
XMU+ Installation and Maintenance Guide rev.07
Common Interface Tables (By Application)
PABX
Signal
Announcer
Signal
Line 1
PinColor
Line 2
PinColor
Line 3
PinColor
Line 4
PinColor
Line 5
PinColor
Line 6
PinColor
Line 7
PinColor
Line 8
PinColor
SL-1: Connect announcer to QPC74 Recorded Announcement Circuit Pack. Configure SL-1 for a Cook Electric 201
Announcer.
ROLM 9200
PABX
Signal
Announcer
Signal
Line 1
PinColor
Line 2
PinColor
Line 3
PinColor
Line 4
PinColor
Line 5
PinColor
Line 6
PinColor
Line 7
PinColor
Line 8
PinColor
Ring
Ring
1Blu/Wht
4Brn/Wht
7Org/Red
10 Slt/Red
13 Grn/Blk
16 Blu/Yel
19 Brn/Yel
22 Org/Vlt
Tip
Tip
26 Wht/Blu
29 Wht/Brn
32 Red/Org
35 Red/Slt
38 Blk/Grn
41 Yel/Blu
44 Yel/Brn
47 Vlt/Org
M
Start-
28 Wht/Grn
31 Red/Blu
34 Red/Brn
37 Blk/Org
40 Blk/Slt
43 Yel/Grn
46 Vlt/Blu
49 Vlt/Brn
SG
Start+
3Grn/Wht
6Blu/Red
9Brn/Red
12 Org/Blk
15 Slt/Blk
18 Grn/Yel
21 Blu/Vlt
24 Brn/Vlt
E
CP1
27 Wht/Org
30 Wht/Slt
33 Red/Grn
36 Blk/Blu
39 Blk/Brn
42 Yel/Org
45 Yel/Slt
48 Vlt/Grn
Battery
CP2
2Org/Wht
5Slt/Wht
8Grn/Red
11 Blu/Blk
14 Brn/Blk
17 Org/Yel
20 Slt/Yel
23 Grn/Vlt
PBX Operation Mode: Level Start/Pulse Return (LS/PR NO). See About XMU+ Operating Modes on page 68 for more
information.
Strap SB lead to Battery.
Siemens Saturn
PABX
Signal
Announcer
Signal
Line 1
PinColor
Line 2
PinColor
Line 3
PinColor
Line 4
PinColor
Line 5
PinColor
Line 6
PinColor
Line 7
PinColor
Line 8
PinColor
Ring
Ring
1Blu/Wht
4Brn/Wht
7Org/Red
10 Slt/Red
13 Grn/Blk
16 Blu/Yel
19 Brn/Yel
22 Org/Vlt
Tip
Tip
26 Wht/Blu
29 Wht/Brn
32 Red/Org
35 Red/Slt
38 Blk/Grn
41 Yel/Blu
44 Yel/Brn
47 Vlt/Org
Battery*
Start-
28 Wht/Grn
31 Red/Blu
34 Red/Brn
37 Blk/Org
40 Blk/Slt
43 Yel/Grn
46 Vlt/Blu
49 Vlt/Brn
EB & MB Start+
3Grn/Wht
6Blu/Red
9Brn/Red
12 Org/Blk
15 Slt/Blk
18 Grn/Yel
21 Blu/Vlt
24 Brn/Vlt
EA
CP1
27 Wht/Org
30 Wht/Slt
33 Red/Grn
36 Blk/Blu
39 Blk/Brn
42 Yel/Org
45 Yel/Slt
48 Vlt/Grn
Ground* CP2
2Org/Wht
5Slt/Wht
8Grn/Red
11 Blu/Blk
14 Brn/Blk
17 Org/Yel
20 Slt/Yel
23 Grn/Vlt
PBX Operation Mode: Pulse Start/Level Return (PS/LR NC). See About XMU+ Operating Modes on page 68 for more
information.
Connect announcer to E&M Trunk Card.
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Solid State Junior and Senior Executive
PABX
Signal
Announcer
Signal
Line 1
PinColor
Line 2
PinColor
Line 3
PinColor
Line 4
PinColor
Line 5
PinColor
Line 6
PinColor
Line 7
PinColor
Line 8
PinColor
Ring
Ring
1Blu/Wht
4Brn/Wht
7Org/Red
10 Slt/Red
13 Grn/Blk
16 Blu/Yel
19 Brn/Yel
22 Org/Vlt
Tip
Tip
26 Wht/Blu
29 Wht/Brn
32 Red/Org
35 Red/Slt
38 Blk/Grn
41 Yel/Blu
44 Yel/Brn
47 Vlt/Org
M Sync
CP1
27 Wht/Org
30 Wht/Slt
33 Red/Grn
36 Blk/Blu
39 Blk/Brn
42 Yel/Org
45 Yel/Slt
48 Vlt/Grn
Ground
CP2
2Org/Wht
5Slt/Wht
8Grn/Red
11 Blu/Blk
14 Brn/Blk
17 Org/Yel
20 Slt/Yel
23 Grn/Vlt
PBX Operation Mode: Synchronized Continuous Play (SCP NC). See About XMU+ Operating Modes on page 68 for more
information.
MOH Applications
The following table describes the cabling of MOH line cards to a PBX. See To cable
MOH line cards on page 55 for more information.
PABX Signal
Input 1
Input 2
External
grn
grn
External
red
red
Output 1
Output 2
Output 3
Output 4
MOH Input
grn
grn
grn
grn
MOH Input
red
red
red
red
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Common Interface Tables (By Application)
MWR Applications
The following table describes the cabling of MWR line cards to a transmitter. See To
cable MWR line cards on page 55 for more information.
Line 1
PinColor
Line 2
PinColor
Line 3
PinColor
Ring
1Blu/Wht
4Brn/Wht
7Org/Red
10 Slt/Red
13 Grn/Blk
Audio
Tip
26 Wht/Blu
29 Wht/Brn
32 Red/Org
35 Red/Slt
Keying
(GND)
CP1
27 Wht/Org
30 Wht/Slt
33 Red/Grn
Keying
(20+ Vdc)
CP2
2Org/Wht
5Slt/Wht
8Grn/Red
Transmitter
Announcer
Signal
Audio
Line 4
PinColor
Line 5
PinColor
Line 6
PinColor
Line 7
PinColor
Line 8
PinColor
16 Blu/Yel
19 Brn/Yel
22 Org/Vlt
38 Blk/Grn
41 Yel/Blu
44 Yel/Brn
47 Vlt/Org
36 Blk/Blu
39 Blk/Brn
42 Yel/Org
45 Yel/Slt
48 Vlt/Grn
11 Blu/Blk
14 Brn/Blk
17 Org/Yel
20 Slt/Yel
23 Grn/Vlt
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About XMU+ Operating Modes
XMU+ operating modes are PBX dependent. They determine the specific way XMU+
lines behave when communicating with a PBX. See the XMU+ QuickStart Guide for
more information about operating modes.
If required, determine the appropriate operating mode (listed below) and set the PBX
line card to that operating mode. The Control Pulse (CP) relay in the following
diagrams can be configured for Normally Open (NO) or Normally Closed (NC) during
message play.
Continuous Play (CP)
The message plays
continuously to the line,
independent of what is
happening on other lines.
The CP contacts toggle
position for approximately
250 msec. at the start of the
message.
Synchronized
Continuous Play
(SCP)
The message plays
continuously to the line.
All lines begin playing the
message(s) at the same
time. The CP contacts
toggle position for
approximately 500 msec. at
the start of the message(s).
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About XMU+ Operating Modes
Level Start/Pulse
Return - Single Play
(LS/PR-SP)
The message plays in
response to a start signal.
The CP contacts toggle
position for approximately
250 msec. at the start and
end of the message. The
message stops playing if
the start signal is removed.
Level Start/Pulse
Return - Multiple
Play (LS/PR-MP)
The message plays in
response to a start signal.
The CP contacts toggle
position for approximately
250 msec. at the start and
end of the message. The
message stops playing if
the start signal is removed.
The message plays
repeatedly until the start
signal is removed.
Level Start/Level
Return - Single Play
(LS/LR-SP)
The message plays in
response to a start signal.
The CP contacts toggle
position while the message
is playing. The message
stops playing if the start
signal is removed.
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Pulse Start/Level
Return (PS/LR)
The message plays in
response to a start signal.
The CP contacts toggle
position while the message
is playing.
Pulse Start/Pulse
Return (PS/PR)
The message plays in
response to a start signal.
The CP contacts toggle
position for approximately
250 msec. at the end of the
message.
Ring Start (R)
The message plays in response to a Loop or Ground Start signal. The message will
stop playing, before completion, if loop current is removed from the line.
Ring Start without Loop Current Check (RN)
The message plays in response to a Loop or Ground Start signal. The line will not
disconnect until the message has played out completely.
Ring Start/Tone Disconnect (RT)
Will disconnect after 4 sec of continuous tone (RT+ is less sensitive to far-end
noise).
Ring Start/DTMF Disconnect (RD)
Will disconnect on A, B, C or D.
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About XMU+ Operating Modes
Ring Start/Busy Disconnect (RB)
Will disconnect on two cycles of busy tone. (RB+ will disconnect after four cycles of
busy tone.)
Ring Start/Quick Answer (RQ)
Line is answered 1/10 second after first ring cycle.
Ring Immediate (RI)
Only available with T1, line is answered after 1/4 second.
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Understanding XMU+
Navigation
In order to properly test XMU+ installation, you must understand the
options XMU+ offers for navigation and configuration, including:
Š
Š
Š
The XMU+ Front Panel. See Understanding the XMU+ Front Panel on
page 81.
XMUCOM+ software. See XMU+ QuickStart Guide.
Remote XMU+ access. See Understanding XMU+ Remote Telephone
Access on page 85 and Using Remote Telephone Access on page 88.
As well, you should gain a brief understanding of the XMU+ firmware
hierarchy in order to easily navigate through the XMU+ Front Panel.
Firmware is the software that is hard-coded into the XMU+ Control card
and the various line cards. See Understanding the XMU+ Firmware
Hierarchy on page 76.
In this chapter...
Š
Š
Š
Š
XMU+ Navigation Activities on page 75.
Understanding the XMU+ Firmware Hierarchy on page 76.
Understanding the XMU+ Front Panel on page 81.
Understanding XMU+ Remote Telephone Access on page 85.
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XMU+ Navigation Activities
XMU+ Navigation Activities
Complete the following activities to understand XMU+ navigation and to prepare for
setting up configurations:
Understanding XMU+ Navigation
Understand Firmware
Hierarchy
Understand Front
Panel Navigation
Using the
Front Panel
Understand Remote
Access Navigation
Configuring
and Using
Remote Access
1.
Understand the XMU+ hierarchy. See Understanding the XMU+ Firmware
Hierarchy on page 76 for more information.
2.
Understand Front Panel navigation, and learn to configure the XMU+ using the
Front Panel. See the following for more information:
Š
Š
3.
Understanding the XMU+ Front Panel on page 81.
Using the Front Panel on page 82
If required, configure the XMU+ to allow Remote Access and learn to navigate
using Remote Access. See the following for more information
Š
Š
Understanding XMU+ Remote Telephone Access on page 85.
Using Remote Telephone Access on page 88.
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Understanding the XMU+ Firmware Hierarchy
Firmware is the software that is hard-coded into XMU+ control and line cards. You
should gain a brief understanding of the XMU+ firmware hierarchy in order to navigate
through the XMU+ configuration menu displayed on the Front Panel of the XMU+.
About Partitions
The XMU+ is often set up for a single user (single partition mode), who uses it as a
single, large, call processing system. However, when the XMU+ is set up in multiple
partition mode in a shared environment, the XMU+ is turned into several virtual
systems, with each partition acting as an individual unit. The number of partitions that
the XMU+ can be set up for (up to 64) is limited only by the amount of recording time
installed.
To determine whether your XMU+ unit is configured for single or multiple partitions,
see To check for system partitioning on page 84.
For more information, see:
Š
Š
Main Menu Hierarchy - Single Partition Mode on page 76.
Main Menu Hierarchy - Multiple Partition Mode on page 79.
Main Menu Hierarchy - Single Partition Mode
When the XMU+ is operating in Single Partition mode, the following configuration
structure represents the Front Panel Main Menu, from which all configuration
commands originate. There are four Main Menu categories in the XMU+ firmware:
Š
Š
Š
Š
Messages - used to record, delete or play messages.
See Message Menu Hierarchy - Single Partition Mode on page 77 for more
information.
Cards - used for card setup and Starting Node.
See Card Menu Hierarchy - Single Partition Mode on page 77 for more information.
Nodes - used to create the call flow.
See Node Menu Hierarchy - Single Partition Mode on page 78 for more information.
System - Used to define system parameters, settings and maintenance.
See Node Menu Hierarchy - Single Partition Mode on page 78 for more information.
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Message Menu Hierarchy - Single Partition Mode
Many XMU+ message capabilities are accessed from the Front Panel. Using the Front
Panel, users can:
Š
Š
Š
Play, record and, delete messages.
View message details.
Control when and how messages are played.
The following configuration structure represents the Front Panel message menu when
XMU+ is operating in Single Partition mode:
Card Menu Hierarchy - Single Partition Mode
Users can view line card information from the Front Panel by navigating through the
card menu hierarchy. The following configuration structure represents the Front
Panel card menu when XMU+ is operating in Single Partition mode:
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Node Menu Hierarchy - Single Partition Mode
XMU+ configurations control the behavior and functionality of XMU+. Nodes are
used to program and define these configuration files. Users can view information
about each node by navigating through the node menu hierarchy. See XMU+
QuickStart Guide for more information about nodes.
The following configuration structure represents the Front Panel node menu when the
XMU+ is operating in Single Partition mode:
System Menu Hierarchy - Single Partition Mode
XMU+ system access codes, communication protocols, and system details and status
can all be viewed by navigating through the card menu hierarchy on the Front Panel.
However, XMUCOM+ also provides an easy-to-use interface for setting, changing, and
viewing these parameters. See XMU+ QuickStart Guide for more information about
system configuration.
The following configuration structure represents the Front Panel system menu when
the XMU+ is operating in Single Partition mode:
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Main Menu Hierarchy - Multiple Partition Mode
When the XMU+ is operating in Multiple Partition mode, the following configuration
structure represents the Front Panel Main Menu, from which all configuration
commands originate. There are three Main Menu categories in the XMU+ firmware:
Š
Š
Š
Cards - used for card setup and Starting Node.
See Card Menu Hierarchy - Multiple Partition Mode on page 79 for more
information.
System - Used to define system parameters, settings and maintenance.
See Card Menu Hierarchy - Multiple Partition Mode on page 79 for more
information.
Partition - Used to create, delete, and modify partition parameters. See Partition
Menu Hierarchy - Multiple Partition Mode on page 80 for more information.
Note:
In the single partition hierarchy, messages and nodes are top-level options. In the
multiple partition hierarchy, message and node configuration options are
dependent on the partition selected, and are therefore found under the main
partition menu.
Card Menu Hierarchy - Multiple Partition Mode
Users can view card information and details from the Front Panel by navigating
through the card menu hierarchy. Card is a top-level menu option, since line card
options are independent of XMU+ partitions.
The configuration structure of the Front Panel system menu when XMU+ is operating
in Multiple Partition mode is exactly the same as the menu displayed in Single
Partition mode. See Card Menu Hierarchy - Single Partition Mode on page 77 for more
information.
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System Menu Hierarchy - Multiple Partition Mode
XMU+ system status, details, access codes, and communication protocols can all be
viewed by navigating through the system menu hierarchy on the Front Panel.
The configuration structure of the Front Panel system menu when XMU+ is operating
in Multiple Partition mode is exactly the same as the menu displayed when XMU+ is
operating in Single Partition mode. See System Menu Hierarchy - Single Partition
Mode on page 78 for more information
Partition Menu Hierarchy - Multiple Partition Mode
Partition parameters, including message and node options, can all be viewed by
navigating through the card menu hierarchy on the Front Panel.
The following configuration structure represents the Front Panel partition menu
when the XMU+ is operating in Multiple Partition mode:
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Understanding the XMU+ Front Panel
The XMU+ can be configured by using the four buttons and the LCD located on the
Front Panel, as shown below.
The Front Panel buttons are used to navigate through the XMU+ configuration menu
that is shown on the LCD (display). The menu is arranged in a top-down flow.
This feature...
Is used to...
2 x 16 LCD
character display
Display function information and line status to the
user.
Arrows
Navigate to the various XMU+ menu options.
Enter
Select a menu option or to navigate to a deeper level of
the menu.
Exit
Navigate back up the menu.
Note:
XMU+ can also be managed and configured with XMUCOM+ software. This software
provides an intuitive, easy-to-use interface for designing and changing XMU+
configurations, and for completing XMU+ administrative functions. See the XMU+
QuickStart Guide for more information.
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Using the Front Panel
The LCD (display) shows two 16-digit lines. The top line of the display shows the main
program category, while the bottom line shows one of the possible selections in that
category. An arrow (< or >) on the left or right edge of the display indicates that there
is another possible selection in the direction shown.
For example, you are configuring message # 1
if you see the display to the right:
You have the following options in this case:
1.
Access additional selections by pressing the right arrow button. There are no
selections available by pressing the left arrow button.
2.
Select the option that appears on the display (Play) by pressing the Enter
button.
3.
Exit this display by pressing the Exit button.
Certain menu items require the selection of a
number, for example message index number,
as shown in the display to the right:
You have the following options in this case:
1.
Press the right arrow key to display the next message number.
2.
Press the left arrow key to display the previous message number.
3.
Press enter to select the current message.
Note:
See Understanding the XMU+ Firmware Hierarchy on page 76 to view the Front Panel
programming tree.
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To record a message
1.
Connect a handset (included with the XMU+) or tapedeck
to the XMU+ unit.
2.
Press Enter to access the Main Menu.
3.
Press Enter to select Messages.
4.
Press the Right Arrow button until you reach the desired
message number and press Enter.
TIP...
5.
Press the Right Arrow button until you reach Record and
press Enter.
To pause while
recording, press
Enter. To resume
recording, press
Enter again.
6.
Press Enter (again) to begin recording your message.
XMU+ monitors your recording time.
7.
Press Exit to stop recording.
8.
Press Exit until the menu returns to the main display.
To play a message
TIP...
To pause while
playing, press Enter.
To resume playing,
press Enter again.
1.
Connect a handset (included with the XMU+) to the
XMU+ unit.
2.
Press Enter to access the Main Menu.
3.
Press Enter to select Messages.
4.
Press the Right Arrow button until you reach the desired
message number and press Enter.
5.
Press Enter to select Play on the menu.
6.
Press Enter (again) to play the message.
XMU+ plays the message, counting-down the remaining
playing time of the message.
7.
Press Exit to stop playing (or allow the message to play
itself out).
8.
Press Exit until the menu returns to the main display.
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To delete a message
TIP...
To cancel the delete
command and return
to the previous
menu, press Exit
when XMU+ asks Are
you sure?.
1.
Press Enter to access the Main Menu.
2.
Press Enter to select Messages.
3.
Press the Right Arrow button until you reach the desired
message number and press Enter.
4.
Press the Right Arrow button until you reach Delete and
press Enter.
XMU+ displays a message asking if you are sure that you
want to delete this message.
5.
Press Enter to delete the message.
6.
When XMU+ re-displays Message # <Delete>, press Exit
until the menu returns to the main display.
To check for system partitioning
All XMU+ units have a partitioning option. Multi-partitioning enables the XMU+ to
function as multiple units. It is a good idea to determine whether or not multipartitioning is enabled before you begin to configure the XMU+.
1.
Press Enter to access the Main Menu.
2.
Press the Right Arrow until you reach System on the
Main Menu, and press Enter.
3.
Press the Right Arrow until you reach Partition on the
Main Menu, and press Enter.
4.
Press Enter to select Multi partition.
XMU+ displays a YES message if multi-partitioning is
enabled, and a NO message if it is disabled.
5.
Press Exit until the menu returns to the main display.
6.
Record whether multi-partitioning is enabled (YES) or
disabled (NO) on the Delivery Checklist. See The XMU+
Delivery Checklist on page 21.
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Understanding XMU+ Remote Telephone Access
The Remote Access feature allows a programmer to access XMU+ from a remote location
using a touch-tone telephone. When the programmer presses the touch-tone keys, the
XMU+ receives a DTMF tone and responds with voice prompts that instruct the
programmer on how to proceed.
When a user accesses the XMU+ remotely, the XMU+ responds immediately with a request
for an access code. The manner in which the XMU+ responds from that point on depends
on the access code entered, and whether the XMU+ is operating in Single Partition mode or
Multiple Partition mode.
When XMU+ is operating in Single Partition mode:
Entering this Allows...
access code...
Specifications...
System
Administrators access to all levels of XMU+
features and options.
This number is
unique from all other
XMU+ access codes.
Message
Users access to specific messages in the XMU+.
A message access code only allows changes to
messages with that access code assigned to it.
This code can be
shared by one or more
messages. Message
access codes cannot
Each message in the XMU+ can be assigned an
be the same as the
access code. If the user enters a message specific
System access codes.
access code via remote access, then they do not
have to enter the message number and # when
using the record, play, or replace functions.
When XMU+ is operating in Multiple Partition mode:
Entering this Allows...
access code...
Specifications...
System
Administrators to have access to all levels of This number is unique
features and options in all XMU+ partitions. from all other XMU+
access codes.
Partition
Users access to a particular partition. When
the user enters a partition access code,
XMU+ selects that partition automatically.
Once a partition access code is entered, the
system does not accept or require message
access codes to be used.
This number is unique to
each partition.
For example:
Partition 1: 0101
Partition 2: 0202
etc.
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Setting Up XMU+ Remote Telephone Access (optional)
If Remote Access will be used to communicate with the XMU+, the unit must be:
1.
Cabled to a telephone line. See Connecting Remote Telephone Access (optional)
on page 51.
2.
Set XMU+ to Remote Access mode using the XMU+ Front Panel.
See To set XMU+ Remote Telephone Access mode on page 86.
3.
Programmed with a Remote Access code using the XMU+ Front Panel.
(optional). See To change the default Remote Telephone Access code on page 87.
To set XMU+ Remote Telephone Access mode
Remote access mode is set to Ring Start (R) by default, and is rarely changed.
1.
Press Enter to access the Main Menu.
2.
Press the Right Arrow (three times) until you reach System
on the Main Menu, and press Enter.
3.
Press the Right Arrow until you reach Remote Mode, and
press Enter.
4.
Press the Right Arrow until you reach the desired remote
mode, and press Enter. You can choose from the following
options:
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
R - Ring start with loop/shunt disconnect (default).
RD - Ring start with DTMF disconnect.
RB - Ring start with busy tone disconnect.
RT - Ring start with dial tone disconnect.
RQ - Ring start with quick answer.
5.
Press Exit until the menu returns to the main display.
6.
Record the Remote Access mode on the Delivery Checklist. See The XMU+
Delivery Checklist on page 21.
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To change the default Remote Telephone Access code
Assigning a new, unique access code to each XMU+ is recommended to prevent
unauthorized telephone access to your system.
If multi-partitioning is enabled, a unique Remote Access code is required for each
partition in addition to the System code. See To check for system partitioning on page
84 and the XMU+ QuickStart Guide for more information about multiple access codes.
1.
Press Enter to access the Main Menu.
2.
Press the Right Arrow (three times) until you reach System
on the Main Menu, and press Enter.
3.
Press Enter, hit the right arrow key & Enter to select Access
Codes.
4.
Press Enter to select Remote Access.
5.
Press Enter to select the first digit in the existing access code.
6.
Use the Right Arrow or Left Arrow to select a new Remote
Access code digit, and press Enter.
7.
Repeat Step 6 until the new access code is entered.
Access codes must have a minimum of 4 and a maximum of 8
digits.
8.
Press Exit until the menu returns to the main display.
9.
Record the new Remote Access code on the Delivery Checklist.
See The XMU+ Delivery Checklist on page 21.
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Using Remote Telephone Access
There are many reasons to use Remote Telephone Access on the XMU+, including:
Š
Š
Š
Ease of use by users who are accustomed to making touch-tone keypad commands.
Crisp, clear messages, since the background noise from other equipment in a COMS
room is eliminated.
Access to the XMU+ from any location.
Every remote access session starts with the user entering a Remote Access security code.
See Understanding XMU+ Remote Telephone Access on page 85 for more information
about Remote Telephone Access codes.
Once the code has been verified by XMU+, the various activities listed on the next page
can be completed by entering the appropriate remote telephone access command. There
are two ways to enter remote telephone access commands - Interactive and Direct.
With this Type
of Command...
The user enters...
For example, to
play a message...
Interactive
A single digit command,
immediately followed by #.
Enter 8#. The XMU+ then
prompts Enter Message
Number.
Pressing # indicates the end
of a command to the XMU+.
If required, the system then
prompts the user to the next
step or option, where they
again enter the command
and #.
Direct
Note:
Enter the nnn # (where nnn is
the message number). The
XMU+ then prompts the user
to the next step or option.
The XMU+ will give the user
10 seconds to enter the
message number.
A multi-level command,
immediately followed by #.
Enter 8 nnn #(where nnn is
the message number.)
The direct entry method
allows advanced users to
enter commands quickly,
without waiting for a prompt
from the XMU+. Pressing #
indicates the end of a
command to the XMU+.
The XMU+ then prompts the
user to the next step or
option.
Once a digit is pressed, additional digits must be entered within 2 seconds, or the XMU+
will automatically terminate the entry.
Pressing # at any time during an entry will terminate the entry.
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Remote Telephone Access Commands
To do this...
Use this Interactive
Command...
Or this Direct
Command...
Record Message
7#, then nnn#
7nnn#
Record Standby Message+
7#, then 0#
70#
Play Message
8#, then nnn#
8nnn#
Replace Message
9#, then nnn#
9nnn#
Delete Message
39# then nnn#
39nnn#
Delete Messages in a List Node
51# then nnn#
51nnn#
Change System Access code
1#, then 0#
(administrators only)
10#
(administrators only)
Change Partition Access code
using System Access code*
1#, then nnn#
(administrators only)
1nnn#
(administrators only)
Change Partition Access code*
1#
1#
Change Message Access code**
1#, then nnn#
1nnn#
Obtain Line Counts
2#, then xy
2xy#
Switch Partition*
-
0nnn#
Obtain line counts for all lines on
a card
2#, then x, then 0
2x0#
Clear all line counts
-
299#
Terminate Remote Access and
Restart
-
00#
Disconnect
0#
0#
Change Remote Access Language
-
4z#
Change Partitions*
-
0nnn#
Turns message on
31#, then nnn#
31nnn#
Turn message off
30#, then nnn#
30nnn#
Override Enabled
-
591#
Override Disabled
-
590#
Note:
nnn = partition, message, or access code number
x = card number, y = line number, z = language number
* = only available with partitioning enabled
** = only available with partitioning disabled
+ = Message number ‘0’ is a temporary message (Standby Message), which can be
recorded and played without affecting any other messages. When the user decides that
the temporary message is recorded properly, they can replace any message in the XMU+ with
the temporary message. When the user disconnects, the temporary message is automatically
erased.
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Working with Remote Telephone Access Messages
Users wanting to add, remove, or change a message remotely must have a good
understanding of the configuration and messages in the XMU+. The user must also
know the message number associated with each message they want to work with. This
information is collected during configuration design and implementation. See the
XMU+ QuickStart Guide for more information about messages.
To remotely access the XMU+
1.
Dial the Remote Access telephone number. See Physical Specifications on page
21 for the appropriate telephone number.
When the XMU+ answers the line, it responds Enter Access Code.
2.
Enter the appropriate Remote Access code, followed by #. See Physical
Specifications on page 21 for the appropriate access code.
The access code entered determines the functions and options that the user is
allowed access to. See Understanding XMU+ Remote Telephone Access on page
85.
The XMU+ responds Enter Command.
3.
Enter the command number (see Remote Telephone Access Commands on page
89), and follow the XMU+ responses until the desired command has been
completed.
Note:
If an invalid command or message number is selected, the XMU+ responds with the
following message:
Error - Invalid Command or Error - No or Invalid Message.
To disconnect from the XMU+
1.
Complete the command.
2.
Press 0, followed by #.
The XMU+ responds Done, and disconnects the line.
Note:
If a remote command is not received within 30 seconds, the XMU+ automatically
disconnects from the line.
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To record a message remotely
1.
Determine the number of the message you want to record.
2.
Remotely access the XMU+. See Working with Remote Telephone Access
Messages on page 90 for more information.
3.
When the XMU+ responds Enter Command, press 7.
4.
Press the message number (nnn) you want to record, followed by #.
5.
When the XMU+ responds with a short beep, record the message.
6.
Press # to stop recording.
The XMU+ responds with Message ‘nnn’ recorded.
To play a message remotely
1.
Determine the number of the message you want to play.
2.
Remotely access the XMU+.
See Working with Remote Telephone Access Messages on page 90 for more
information.
3.
When the XMU+ responds Enter Command, press 8.
4.
Press the message number (nnn) you want to play, followed by #.
XMU+ plays the message.
5.
Press # to stop playing the message.
To delete a message remotely
1.
Determine the number of the message you want to delete.
TIP...
2.
To cancel the delete
command, hang up
before you reach
Step 3.
Remotely access the XMU+.
See Working with Remote Telephone Access Messages on page 90 for more
information.
3.
When the XMU+ responds Enter Command, press 39.
4.
Press the message number (nnn) you want to delete, followed by #.
5.
The XMU+ will respond with a verbal confirmation ‘done’.
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To change default language of operation (optional)
When the XMU+ is accessed remotely, the first response it gives is always in English
(Enter Access Code). The language it responds with from that point is also English,
unless the language of operation is changed to French, Spanish, German, or
Portuguese.
With single or multi-partitioned XMU+ units, each partition can be programmed to
respond with a different language.
1.
Remotely access the XMU+. See Working with Remote Telephone Access
Messages on page 90 for more information.
2.
When the XMU+ responds Enter Command, press 4.
3.
Press the number for the language you want to use, followed by #:
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Press 1 # for English (default).
Press 2 # for French.
Press 3 # for Spanish.
Press 4 # for German.
Press 5 # for Portuguese.
The XMU+ will now use the selected language as its default language of
operation for Remote Access.
Testing XMU+ Installation
The final step in XMU+ installation is to ensure that the XMU+ is properly
connected to the PBX.
There are two tests that must be completed to confirm that the XMU+
system has been installed correctly:
Š
Š
Test system power and basic processor card operation.
See Testing Basic XMU+ System Health on page 96.
Test the telephone lines connected to the XMU+ to ensure that they are
connected and active. See Testing XMU+ Line Connections on page 100.
In this chapter...
Š
Š
Š
About XMU+ Testing on page 95.
Testing Basic XMU+ System Health on page 96.
Testing XMU+ Line Connections on page 100.
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About XMU+ Testing
Complete the following activities to prepare for and test XMU+ setup:
T e s t X M U + S e tu p
P re p a re X M U +
fo r T e s tin g
S e tu p a n d T e s t
C o m m u n ic a tio n
Test XM U+
L in e s
1.
Test basic XMU+ system health. See Testing Basic XMU+ System Health on page
96 for more information.
2.
Test XMU+ communication to ensure that the communication ports are
working correctly.
3.
Test XMU+ telephone lines to ensure that the XMU+ is properly connected to
the PBX. See Testing XMU+ Line Connections on page 100 for more
information.
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Testing Basic XMU+ System Health
Complete the following basic XMU+ activities to test system power and basic
processor operations.
1.
Check system power. See To check system power on page 96.
2.
Set the time and date. See To set time and date (from the Front Panel) on
page 96.
Note:
Although all tasks in this section can be completed using both the Front Panel and
XMUCOM+, only the steps using the Front Panel are shown. See Understanding the
XMU+ Front Panel on page 81 for more information.
To check system power
1.
Plug the XMU+ into an approved power source (AC or DC, depending on the
XMU+ system being tested).
2.
Verify that the LCD is active (illuminates with black text on a green
background).
3.
If this XMU+ is a large chassis, verify that the LED indicators on the Power
Supply card(s) are illuminated green.
To set time and date (from the Front Panel)
1.
Press Enter to access the Main Menu.
2.
Press the Right Arrow until you reach System on the Main Menu and press
Enter.
3.
Press the Right Arrow button until you reach Time/Date on the System menu
and press Enter to select Time/Date.
4.
Press Enter to select Time on the Time/Date menu, then press Enter again to
make the “hour” section of the display flash.
5.
Change the hour using the Right Arrow and Left Arrow buttons, and then
press Enter. The next section of the display will begin to flash.
6.
Repeat Step 5 to change the minutes and seconds, and then press Exit to return
to the Time/Date menu.
7.
Press the Right Arrow button to reach Date on the Time/Date menu, and press
Enter. Press Enter again to make the “day” section of the display flash.
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8.
Change the day using the Right Arrow and Left Arrow buttons, and then press
Enter. The next section of the display will begin to flash.
9.
Repeat Step 8 to change the month and year, and then press Exit to return to the
Time/Date menu.
10.
Press Exit until the menu returns to the main display.
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TIP...
To change only a
select group of three
digits:
Š Press Enter until
the appropriate
group of three
digits is flashing.
Š Change the
digits.
Š Press Exit twice to
return to the
Ethernet menu.
1.
Press Enter on the XMU+ Front Panel to access the Main
Menu.
2.
Press the Right Arrow to reach System on the Main
Menu, and press Enter.
3.
Press Enter to access Communications.
4.
Press Enter to select Ethernet.
5.
Press Enter to select IP Address.
The XMU+ displays the default IP address.
6.
Press Enter to make the first three digits of the address
flash.
7.
Change the first three digits of the address using the
Right Arrow (to increase the number) and Left Arrow
(to decrease the number), and then press Enter. The next
three digits of the address will begin to flash.
8.
Repeat Step 7 until the appropriate IP address has been
entered, and press Enter.
9.
Press Exit until the menu returns to the main display.
10.
If required, assign an IP Netmask and IP Gateway to the
XMU+ by:
Š
Š
Š
Note:
Repeating Steps 1 to 4, above.
At Step 5, pressing the Right Arrow to reach IP
Netmask or IP Gateway, and then pressing Enter.
Continuing with Steps 6 to 9 to change the default IP
Netmask or IP Gateway.
Normally, the default IP Netmask and IP Gateway are used
for communication with XMU+. If these numbers are changed in the procedure
above, ensure that the new numbers are recorded in Communication Specifications
on page 25 of The XMU+ Delivery Checklist .
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To ping the IP address
Ethernet communication with XMU+ can be verified by conducting a communication
test from a PC with a LAN or direct Ethernet connection to the XMU+.
1.
Choose Start > Run to display the Run window.
2.
Type ‘command’ in the Open field and click OK to display a DOS window.
3.
At the command line prompt, enter ‘ping IP Address of the XMU+’.
‘IP Address of the XMU+’ is the IP address assigned to the XMU+ in Assigning and
Testing IP addresses on page 98.
A successful communication will show a result similar to the following:
4.
If the communication is unsuccessful, troubleshoot.
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Testing XMU+ Line Connections
Each telephone line connected to the XMU+ should be tested to ensure proper
connection to the PBX. To ensure that the lines are actually ringing, and that the
XMU+ is answering correctly, you must:
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Ensure that a message has been recorded. See To record a message on page 83
(via Front Panel) or To record a message remotely on page 91(via Remote Access).
Assign the message to a line. See Testing XMU+ Line Connections on page 100.
Set the XMU+ mode of operation. See To set line card operating modes on page
102.
Test the telephone line to ensure the message plays. See To test lines on page 103.
Note:
Although all tasks in this section can be completed using Front Panel and
XMUCOM+, only the steps using the Front Panel are shown. See Understanding the
XMU+ Front Panel on page 81 for more information.
To assign messages to a line (from the Front Panel)
In order to configure the XMU+ to play messages, each message must first be
configured to play on the appropriate line. The number of lines on the XMU+ is
determined by the number of line cards installed. See Line Card Checklist on page 14
to determine the number of line cards installed.
When you assign a message to a line, it becomes that line’s starting node. By default,
the XMU+ assigns message 1 to line 1’s starting node, message 2 to line 2’s starting
node, and so on.
1.
Press Enter to access the Main Menu.
2.
Press the Right Arrow until you reach Card on the Main Menu, and press
Enter.
3.
Press the Right Arrow until you reach the appropriate line card number, and
press Enter.
4.
Press Enter to select Select Line.
5.
Press the Right Arrow until you reach the line to which you want to assign a
message, and press Enter. You can choose:
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Š
One of the 8 lines on the line card (individually). Press Enter again to
accept.
All lines (1 to 8). When ALL is selected, a warning message appears. Press
Enter again to accept.
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6.
Press Right Arrow to select the Starting Node.
7.
Press Enter until the starting message number (for example: Play 1) begins to
flash.
8.
Press the Right Arrow until the starting message you want to apply to this line
is flashing, and press Enter.
9.
Press Exit until the menu returns to the main display.
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To set line card operating modes
The mode of operation specified for the lines of each XMU+ line card controls the
signaling to and from the PBX. Set the operating mode for each line card in your
XMU+ unit.
1.
Press Enter to access the Main Menu.
2.
Press the Right Arrow to reach Card on the Main Menu,
and press Enter.
3.
Press the Right Arrow button until you reach the desired
card number on the menu, and press Enter.
4.
Press Enter to select Select Line on the menu.
5.
Press the Right or Left Arrow buttons until you reach the
ALL option on the menu, and press Enter. The display will
now show Warning! All lines selected.
6.
Press Enter to acknowledge your selection of all XMU+
lines on this line card.
7.
Press the Right Arrow button until you reach the Mode
option on the menu, and press Enter. Press Enter a
second time to change the operating mode.
8.
Press the Right Arrow button until you reach the desired
operating mode, and press Enter. Listed here in the order
they are displayed on the XMU+, you can choose from the
following operating modes:
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Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
R - Ring Start with loop detect (default for passive,
interactive, and Hybrid Analog line cards).
RN - Ring Start with no loop detect.
RQ - Ring Quick with loop detect.
RD - Ring with DTMF disconnect. (Use A, B, C or D to
disconnect.)
RB (RB+) - Ring with busy disconnect.
RT (RT+) - Ring with Dial Tone disconnect.
LS/PR SP NO - Level Start/Pulse Return single play, CP
relay normally open.
LS/PR SP NC - Level Start/Pulse Return single play, CP
relay normally closed.
LS/PR MP NO - Level Start/Pulse Return multiple play, CP relay normally
open.
LS/PR MP NC - Level Start/Pulse Return multiple play, CP relay normally
closed.
LS/LR SP NO - Level Start/Level Return single play, CP relay normally open.
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Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
LS/LR SP NC - Level Start/Level Return single play, CP relay normally
closed.
PS/LR NO - Pulse Start/Level Return, CP relay normally open.
PS/LR NC - Pulse Start/Level Return, CP relay normally closed.
PS/PR NO - Pulse Start/Pulse Return, CP relay normally open.
PS/PR NC - Pulse Start/Pulse Return, CP relay normally closed.
CP - Continuous Play, no relay toggle.
CP NO - Continuous Play, CP relay normally open. (Default for low
impedance line cards.)
CP NC - Continuous Play, CP relay normally closed.
SCP NO - Synchronized Continuous Play, CP relay normally open.
SCP NC - Synchronized Continuous Play, CP relay normally closed.
Off-line - Line will not operate.
9.
If required (for operating modes R, RN, RB, RB+, RT, RT+ and RD), press the
Right Arrow button until you reach the desired ring limit, and press Enter. The
ring limit is the number of cycles (rings) that the XMU+ will wait before
answering the line (default is 1).
10.
Press Exit until the menu returns to the main display.
11.
If operating mode R is selected, perform a line check.
See To perform a line check on page 124 for more
information.
12.
Record the line card operation modes in the Delivery
Checklist. See The XMU+ Delivery Checklist on page 21.
To test lines
1.
Collect all applicable telephone (line) numbers.
2.
Record all telephone numbers in the Delivery Checklist.
See The XMU+ Delivery Checklist on page 21.
3.
Ring the appropriate line by dialing the telephone number.
If the XMU+:
Š
Š
4.
Answers and the message plays, the line cards are properly cabled.
Does not answer or the message does not play, troubleshoot. See If XMU+
Is Not Answering on page 121 for more information.
Repeat step 3 until all the lines have been tested.
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XMU+ Hardware Upgrades
From time-to-time, you may need to upgrade some of the hardware features
of your XMU+, such as memory or line cards. This chapter outlines some of
the more common tasks that you may need to perform.
In this chapter...
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Š
Š
Š
Standard XMU+ Tasks on page 107.
Upgrading Line Cards on page 109.
Replacing Control Cards on page 112.
Replacing the XMU+ Large Chassis Power Supply on page 114.
Upgrading Control Card Memory on page 116.
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Standard XMU+ Tasks
The following standard procedures may be required on their own, or as a part of more
complete upgrade procedures. They should be reviewed thoroughly.
ESD
Electrostatic
Discharge
XMU+ maintenance and upgrades should only be completed by a
qualified telecommunications / electronics technician. Standard
static discharge precautions must be followed when handling any
internal components. ESD precautions should also be observed.
Interalia cannot be held responsible for damage to parts or
equipment caused by improper handling or installation.
To take the XMU+ offline
Take the XMU+ offline before performing maintenance tasks to ensure that callers are
not cut-off abruptly.
1.
Press Enter to access the Main Menu.
2.
Press the Right Arrow to reach Card on the Main
Menu, and press Enter.
3.
Press the Right Arrow button until you reach the
desired card number on the menu, and press Enter.
The display will now show Card # 1 Select Line.
4.
Press Enter to select Select Line.
5.
Press the Right Arrow button until you reach the ALL
option on the menu, and press Enter. The display will
now show Warning! All lines selected.
6.
Press Enter to acknowledge the warning message.
7.
Press the Right Arrow button until you reach the
Mode option on the menu, and press Enter twice.
8.
Press the Right Arrow button until you reach the
Offline mode, and press Enter.
9.
Press Exit until the menu returns to the main display.
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To back up the current configuration
To reduce the amount of time required to restore the XMU+ in the event of a system
failure, you should back up the configuration and messages contained within the
XMU+ to a PC using XMUCOM+ before you begin any maintenance or upgrade
procedure. See the XMU+ QuickStart Guide for more information.
If you cannot back up the XMU+ with XMUCOM+ software, make sure that you:
1.
Obtain an up-to-date listing and description of the configuration.
2.
Obtain the current text of all messages (so that they can be re-recorded later).
3.
Understand Front Panel navigation and programming. See Message Menu
Hierarchy - Single Partition Mode on page 77.
To power down the XMU+
1.
Back up the configuration and messages contained within the XMU+.
See To back up the current configuration on page 108.
2.
Unplug the XMU+ from its power supply and all telephone lines.
To bring the XMU+ online
Depending on the task performed while the XMU+ is offline, the XMU+ may maintain
its time and date, messages, and configurations - even if the system is down for days.
However, after certain tasks are performed you may need to reload messages and
configurations, and to reset the time and date.
1.
Connect the XMU+ to the power supply and telephone lines.
2.
If required, load all messages and configurations using:
Š
Š
3.
XMUCOM+ software. See the XMU+ QuickStart Guide for more
information.
Front Panel. See Using the Front Panel on page 82 and Testing XMU+ Line
Connections on page 100.
Set time and date. See To set time and date (from the Front Panel) on page 96.
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Upgrading Line Cards
Your XMU+ can be upgraded to provide new functionality. While standard static discharge
precautions should be observed, it is not necessary to power down the XMU+ before
working with line cards. See Standard XMU+ Tasks on page 107 for details.
In order to make the line card replacement fast and easy, you should have a medium
flat-blade screwdriver and a small Philips screwdriver on hand.
To remove a line card
1.
Take the XMU+ offline. See To take the XMU+ offline on page 107.
2.
Locate the line card that you want to remove.
3.
Remove the cabling from the back of the line card.
4.
Loosen the two thumbscrews on either end of the line card’s faceplate.
5.
Pull the line card straight out.
To install a new line card
This procedure for installing (or reinstalling) XMU+ line cards applies only to the
following types of line cards:
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Š
Š
Hybrid Analog.
Low Impedance.
MWR.
Š
Š
Passive (found on older XMU units).
Interactive (found on older XMU units).
See page 110 for instructions for installing (or reinstalling) T1 and MOH line cards.
Caution...
Forcing the line
card into place
could cause the
pins on the
connector to bend.
1.
Remove any line cards that conflict with the new line card to be installed.
See Understanding Line Card Population Rules on page 30 and To remove a line card
on page 109 for more information.
2.
Locate the slot where the new line card will reside and ensure the faceplate does not
have a warning sticker, as shown in Understanding Line Card Population Rules on
page 30.
3.
Remove the blank faceplate or existing line card. See To remove a line card on page
109 for more information.
4.
Line up the line card’s circuit board on the plastic rails in the chassis.
5.
Slide the line card into place.
When seating the line card, there should be slight resistance.
6.
Tighten the thumbscrews on either end of the line card’s faceplate.
7.
Attach the appropriate cable. See Cabling XMU+ Line Cards on page 54.
8.
Confirm that the XMU+ recognizes the new line card. See To verify line card
operation on page 111.
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To install a new T1 line card
1.
Determine whether the T1 line card will reside in slot 1 or slot 5, and locate that
slot on the back of the large XMU+ unit.
The small chassis can have a single T1 card.
Caution...
Forcing the T1 line
card into place
could bend the
pins on the
connector.
2.
If required, remove any line cards that conflict with the new T1 line card to be
installed. See Understanding Line Card Population Rules on page 30 and To
remove a line card on page 109 for more information.
3.
Ensure that the appropriate settings have been applied to the T1 line card. See
Chapter 3 of the XMU+ Installation Handbook for more information.
4.
Line up the T1 line card’s circuit board on the plastic rails in the chassis.
5.
Slide the T1 line card into place.
When seating the card, there should be slight resistance.
6.
Tighten the thumbscrews on either end of the T1 line card’s faceplate.
7.
Connect the RJ-45 connector to the port on the T1 line card. See To cable T1 line
cards on page 54 for more information.
8.
Confirm that the XMU+ recognizes the new line card. See To verify line card
operation on page 111.
To install a new MOH card
Caution...
Forcing the MOH
line card into place
could bend the
pins on the
connector.
1.
Determine where the MOH line card will reside, and locate that slot on the back
of the XMU+ unit.
2.
If required, remove any line cards that conflict with the new MOH line card to
be installed. See Understanding Line Card Population Rules on page 30 and To
remove a line card on page 109 for more information.
3.
Ensure that the appropriate settings have been applied to the MOH line card.
See Applying MOH Line Card Settings on page 31 for more information.
4.
Line up the MOH line card’s circuit board on the plastic rails in the chassis.
5.
Slide the MOH line card into place.
When seating the card, there should be slight resistance.
6.
Tighten the thumbscrews on either end of the line card’s faceplate.
7.
Connect the RCA/Phono connectors to the appropriate port on the MOH line
card. See To cable MOH line cards on page 55 for more information.
8.
Confirm that the XMU+ recognizes the new line card. See To verify line card
operation on page 111.
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To verify line card operation
Confirm that the XMU+ recognizes the newly installed line card.
1.
If required, bring the XMU+ back online. See To bring the XMU+ online on
page 108.
2.
Confirm that all required programming is in the XMU+ for the line card to
function.
If the programming is not available, download the messages and configurations
you backed up in To back up the current configuration on page 108. See the
XMU+ QuickStart Guide for more information.
3.
Test the XMU+ lines. See To test lines on page 103.
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Replacing Control Cards
Removal of the Control card may be required for some XMU+ upgrades. As well, older
XMU units can be upgraded to obtain all XMU+ functionality (excluding the
redundant power supply option) if a new Control card is installed. Control Cards
should always be removed and/or installed by a trained technician.
To remove the Control card
1.
Back up configuration and messages.
2.
Take the XMU+ offline and power down. See To take the XMU+ offline on page
107 and To power down the XMU+ on page 108.
3.
Loosen the two thumbscrews on either end of the Control card’s faceplate.
See Product Overview on page 4 for a detailed diagram of the Control card.
4.
Pull the Control card straight out.
To install a new XMU+ Control card
1.
Take the XMU+ offline and power down. See To take the XMU+ offline on page
107 and To power down the XMU+ on page 108.
2.
Remove the old Control card. See To remove the Control card on page 112.
3.
Line up the new Control card’s circuit board on the plastic rails in the chassis.
Caution...
4.
Forcing the Control
card into place
could bend the
pins on the
connector.
Slide the new Control card into place.
It may be necessary to align the handset and tape input in the front of the unit
while seating the card. When seating the card, there should be slight resistance.
5.
Tighten the thumbscrews.
6.
Bring the XMU+ back online. See To bring the XMU+ online on page 108.
Once the XMU+ is powered up, it will automatically run a test of the memory
and display the available recording time.
7.
Verify that the XMU+ displays the proper amount of recording time, as shown
in the chart on the next page. The amount of memory available is determined
by the memory modules installed on the Control card.
Memory Module Part Number...
Number of Minutes...
48995
8
48996
16
48997
32
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Note:
Memory Module Part Number...
Number of Minutes...
48998
60
48986
120
48980
360
All modules can co-exist on a Control card.
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Replacing the XMU+ Large Chassis Power Supply
Caution...
Power supply
may contain
lethal voltage.
Removal of the Power Supply card from the XMU+ (large chassis only) may be
required:
Š
Š
Š
Š
For some XMU+ repairs.
To troubleshoot power supply failures.
To change the power source (from AC to DC, or DC to AC).
To add a secondary power supply (AC or DC).
Large chassis power supply cards should always be removed and/or installed by a
trained technician. Small chassis Power Supply cards are not field upgradable, and
must be returned to the factory for replacement.
Note:
Since the AC power cord is the disconnect for the XMU+, ensure that the AC
receptacle is near the unit. See XMU+ Approvals on page 143 for more information.
Bitte beachten Sie die wichtien Sicherheits informationen auf Seite 135, XMU+
Technical Specifications and Approvals.
To remove a single Power Supply card
1.
Take the XMU+ offline and power down. See To take the XMU+ offline on page
107 and To power down the XMU+ on page 108.
2.
Loosen the two thumbscrews on either end of the Power Supply card’s faceplate.
See “Connecting the XMU+ to its Power Supply” in Chapter 2 of the XMU+
Installation Handbook for a detailed diagram of the Power Supply card.
3.
Pull the Power Supply card straight out.
To install a new single Power Supply card
Caution...
Forcing the Power
Supply card into
place could bend
the pins on the
connector.
1.
Take the XMU+ offline and power down.
See To take the XMU+ offline on page 107 and To power down the XMU+ on
page 108.
2.
Remove the old Power Supply card.
See To remove a single Power Supply card on page 114.
3.
Line up the circuit board of the new Power Supply card on the plastic rails in
the chassis.
4.
Slide the new Power Supply card into place.
When seating the card, there should be slight resistance.
5.
Tighten the thumbscrews.
6.
Bring the XMU+ back online. See To bring the XMU+ online on page 108.
If the power supply card is properly installed and working, the LED indicator
will be green.
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To remove a secondary Power Supply card
One of the benefits of having dual power supplies is that there is no need to take the
XMU+ offline when one of the supplies needs to be removed.
1.
Disconnect the power supply to be removed.
2.
Loosen the two thumbscrews on either end of the Power Supply card’s faceplate.
See “Connecting the XMU+ to its Power Supply” in Chapter 2 of the XMU+
Installation Handbook for a detailed diagram of the Power Supply card.
3.
Pull the Power Supply card straight out.
To install a secondary Power Supply card
One of the benefits of having dual power supplies is that there is no need to take the
XMU+ offline when a second supply is being added.
Caution...
Forcing the Power
Supply card into
place could bend
the pins on the
connector.
1.
If required, remove the blank faceplate or old Power Supply card. See To remove
a single Power Supply card on page 114.
2.
Line up the circuit board of the new Power Supply card on the plastic rails in
the chassis.
3.
Slide the new Power Supply card into place.
When seating the card, there should be slight resistance.
4.
Tighten the thumbscrews.
5.
Connect the secondary Power Supply card to its power source.
If the Power Supply card is properly installed and working, the LED indicator
will be green when the XMU+ is powered up.
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Upgrading Control Card Memory
A XMU+ memory module can be added if more memory is required (up to a
maximum of 6 hours). Memory may also need to be replaced due to:
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Š
Additional memory requirements for storing messages (up to a maximum of 6
hours).
A defective memory module.
The Control card location reserved for a memory module is labelled as Memory
Module 1.
Note:
Due to the required factory startup after each memory upgrade or replacement,
it is important to back up configurations and messages before working with XMU+
memory modules.
To replace an XMU+ memory module
A memory module may need to be replaced due to:
Š
Š
Additional memory requirements (up to a maximum of 6 hours).
A defective memory module.
1.
Back up the configuration and messages contained within the XMU+.
See To back up the current configuration on page 108.
2.
Take the XMU+ offline and power down. See To take the XMU+ offline on page
107 and To power down the XMU+ on page 108.
3.
Remove the Control card. See To remove the Control card on page 112.
The XMU+ will have one, two, or three memory modules installed in the
sockets near the top edge of the Control card.
4.
Gently pull up on the memory module to be removed. A slight rocking motion
may be needed to disengage it.
5.
Align the new module for mounting.
Several measures exist to prevent improper installation, including:
Š
Š
White alignment arrows on both the Control card and memory module
should point in the same direction.
The large central hole in the memory module should engage with the
plastic retainer on the Control card.
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6.
Gently press the memory module down so that the connectors mate and the
plastic retainer snaps through the hole on the Control card.
plastic retainer
alignment arrows
connectors
7.
Replace the Control card. See To install a new XMU+ Control card on page 112.
8.
Bring the XMU+ back online. See To bring the XMU+ online on page 108.
9.
Perform Factory Reset 1 to reset the XMU+. See To reset unit to default factory
settings (including flash memory) on page 132.
10.
Restore the configuration and messages to the XMU+. See the XMU+
QuickStart Guide for more information.
To add an XMU+ memory module
1.
Back up the configuration and messages contained within the XMU+.
See To back up the current configuration on page 108.
Take the XMU+ offline and power down. See To take the XMU+ offline on page
107 and To power down the XMU+ on page 108.
2.
Remove the Control card. See To remove the Control card on page 112.
The XMU+ memory module is installed in a socket near the top edge of the
Control card.
3.
Align the new module for mounting.
Several measures exist to prevent improper installation, including:
Š
Š
White alignment arrows on both the Control card and memory module
should point in the same direction.
The large central hole in the memory module should engage with the
plastic retainer on the Control card.
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4.
Gently press the memory module down so that the connectors mate and the
plastic retainer snaps through the hole on the Control card.
plastic retainer
alignment arrows
connectors
5.
Replace the Control card. See To install a new XMU+ Control card on page 112.
6.
Bring the XMU+ back online. See To bring the XMU+ online on page 108.
Once the XMU+ is powered up, it will automatically run a memory test and
display the available recording time.
7.
Perform Factory Reset 1 to reset the XMU+. See To reset unit to default factory
settings (including flash memory) on page 132.
8.
Restore the configuration and messages to the XMU+. See the XMU+
QuickStart Guide for more information.
Troubleshooting XMU+
Installation
Follow the troubleshooting steps in this chapter to resolve any difficulties that
arise during your XMU+ installation. If the XMU+ is still not functioning
properly when you complete these steps, contact Interalia.
In this chapter...
Š
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Š
If XMU+ Is Not Answering on page 121.
If Alarms Sound to Warn of XMU+ System Failures on page 126.
If XMU+ Hardware Failures Occur on page 127.
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If XMU+ Is Not Answering
If XMU+ Is Not Answering
If the XMU+ does not answer a call, complete the troubleshooting tasks in the order
shown until the problem is resolved.
If XMU+ Is Not Answering...
Verify that a
message is recorded.
Ensure that a message
is assigned to the line.
Check line card
operating modes.
Check line
card status.
Perform a
line check.
Perform an
integrity check.
Verify time
and date.
Verify PBX/
line card timing.
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To verify that a message is recorded
1.
Identify the message number that should have played when the XMU+ was called.
Message information is collected during configuration design and
implementation. See the XMU+ QuickStart Guide for more information about
messages.
2.
Play the message. See To play a message on page 83.
3.
If the message plays, proceed to the next troubleshooting task - To ensure the
message is assigned to a line.
4.
If the message does not play, it has not been recorded.
Š
Š
Record a new message. See To record a message on page 83.
Assign the message to a line. See Testing XMU+ Line Connections on page 100.
To ensure the message is assigned to a line
Every message must be configured to play on the appropriate line. When you assign a
message to a line, it becomes its starting node. By default, the XMU+ assigns message 1
to line 1’s starting node, message 2 to line 2’s starting node, and so on.
1.
Identify the message number and line card that the
message should be assigned to.
Message information is collected during configuration
design and implementation. See the XMU+ QuickStart
Guide for more information about messages.
2.
Follow Steps 1 to 6 of Testing XMU+ Line Connections on
page 100.
3.
Ensure that the appropriate starting message is displayed
(Play 1, for example, as shown to the right).
4.
If the correct message number is displayed, proceed to the
next troubleshooting task - To check operating modes.
5.
If the correct message number is not displayed, assign the
message to the line by completing Steps 7 to 9 of Testing XMU+ Line Connections
on page 100.
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To check operating modes
The operating modes specified for each XMU+ line card control the signaling to and from the
PBX. See About XMU+ Operating Modes for more information.
1.
Identify the correct operating mode for each line card.
See The XMU+ Delivery Checklist on page 21.
2.
Follow Steps 1 to 6 of To set line card operating modes on page
102.
3.
Ensure that the appropriate operating mode is displayed for the
first line card (R, for example, as shown to the right).
4.
If the correct operating mode is not displayed, set the operating
mode by completing Steps 7 to 10 of To set line card operating
modes on page 102.
5.
Repeat Steps 2 and 3 for every line card.
6.
If the correct operating mode is displayed on all line cards,
proceed to the next troubleshooting task - To check line status.
To check line status
The Status Check feature checks the lines to ensure that a card is installed, and to show the
status of each card (for example, idle, ringing, etc.).
1.
Press Enter to access the Main Menu.
2.
Press the Right Arrow to reach Card on the Main Menu, and
press Enter.
3.
Press the Right Arrow to select the appropriate Card #, and
press Enter.
4.
Press the Right Arrow to reach Status, and press Enter.
The XMU+ will display one of the following status indicators:
Š -------- - no card is installed. See To install a new line card on
page 109 to install the card.
Š EEEEEEEE - a configuration problem exists. See To perform
an integrity check on page 125.
Š YYYYYYYY - card is ready. Proceed to Step 5.
Š NNNNNNNN - card is not ready (offline). Proceed to
Step 6.
5.
If a T1 line card is installed, press Enter again. The XMU+
displays a T1 interface status indicator. Proceed to the next
troubleshooting task - To perform a line check on page 124.
6.
If the card fails the status check, complete the following troubleshooting tasks.
Š Ensure a starting message is assigned. See Testing XMU+ Line
Connections on page 100.
Š Ensure operating mode is set correctly. See To set line card operating
modes on page 102.
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The following is a list of the line status indicators:
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
‘-’ - line not installed
‘N’ - offline
‘E’ - configuration error exists
‘Y’ - line idle
‘M’ - call transfer queue MOH message
‘C’ - line connected
‘R’ - ringing on line
‘H’ - hold messages being played
‘b’ or ‘B’ - call transfer detecting a busy cadence
‘A’ call transfer detecting line has been answered
‘r’ or ‘R’ - call transfer detecting ring-back cadence
‘0 -9’ , ‘#’ , ‘*’ - DTMF digits generated
‘ , ' - 1/2 second pause
‘ ! ' - hookflash
‘d’ or ‘D’ - call progress monitoring
To perform a line check
The Line Check feature checks the lines to ensure a telephone line is connected to the
channel. It is only used for lines that are configured to Ring Start mode. See To check
operating modes on page 123 to confirm that the line is in Ring Start mode.
1.
Press Enter to access the Main Menu.
2.
Press the Right Arrow to reach System on the Main
Menu, and press Enter.
3.
Press the Right Arrow to reach Diagnostics, and press
Enter.
4.
Press the Right Arrow to reach Line Check, and press
Enter.
5.
Press the Right Arrow to reach the desired card and
line to be tested, and press Enter.
Each line will display Pass or Fail.
6.
Repeat Step 5 until all the desired cards and lines are
checked:
Š
Š
If all line cards pass the line check, proceed to the
next troubleshooting task - To perform an integrity
check.
If any line cards fail the line check, ensure a starting node is assigned. See
Testing XMU+ Line Connections on page 100.
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To perform an integrity check
The Integrity Check feature checks the configuration to ensure that all messages used
in a configuration are recorded.
1.
Press Enter to access the Main Menu.
2.
Press the Right Arrow to reach System on the Main
Menu, and press Enter.
3.
Press the Right Arrow to reach Diagnostics, and press
Enter.
4.
Press the Right Arrow to reach Integrity Check, and
press Enter. The XMU+ runs the integrity check.
5.
If no error message is displayed, proceed to the next
troubleshooting task -To verify time and date.
6.
If an error message is displayed:
Š
Š
Record it on paper, and press Enter to view the next
error. Repeat this step until you have reviewed and
recorded all errors.
Correct all errors appropriately.
To verify time and date
1.
Review the time and date on the main display.
2.
If the time and date are correct, proceed to the next troubleshooting task - To
verify timing between PBX and line cards.
3.
If the time and date are incorrect, reset them. See To set time and date (from the
Front Panel) on page 96.
To verify timing between PBX and line cards
1.
Ensure the PBX is configured correctly.
2.
Identify the operating mode assigned to each line card. See The XMU+ Delivery
Checklist on page 21.
3.
Review the appropriate timing diagrams. See About XMU+ Operating Modes on
page 68.
4.
Ensure the PBX timing matches the timing on the diagrams.
5.
If the timing is correct, proceed to the next troubleshooting task.
6.
If the timing is incorrect, change the XMU+ operating mode. See To set line
card operating modes on page 102.
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If Alarms Sound to Warn of XMU+ System Failures
The XMU+ can be connected through the alarm contact pinout on the rear of the
Control card to a light or a buzzer. If a power supply failure or microprocessor system
failure occurs, a contact closure is generated on the alarm connector, which then
triggers the external device (light or buzzer). See Connecting Alarms (optional) on
page 52 for more information).
If this alarm sounds (or flashes), complete the troubleshooting tasks listed in To
respond to alarms from XMU+ to resolve the problem.
To respond to alarms from XMU+
1.
Ensure that the alarm connector is properly wired. See To wire the alarm
connector on page 53.
2.
If the alarm connector is properly wired, proceed to the first troubleshooting
task in If XMU+ Hardware Failures Occur on page 127 (To check for XMU+
power supply failures - Small Chassis).
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If XMU+ Hardware Failures Occur
If the XMU+ does not come online, complete the following troubleshooting tasks in
the order shown until the problem is resolved.
If XMU+ Hardware Failures Occur...
Check for power
supply failures.
Verify that power
circuits are functional.
Verify line card
operation.
Verify T1/E1 line
card operation.
Perform an
audio test.
Perform
a reset.
Perform a
quick reset.
Select a previous
firmware version.
Reset XMU+ to
factory defaults.
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To check for XMU+ power supply failures - Small Chassis
1.
Ensure that the Front Panel display is active (lit-up).
Š
Š
2.
If the Front Panel display is active, proceed to the next troubleshooting task
- To verify AC/DC power circuits are functional.
If the Front Panel display is not active, remove the Power Supply card, and
reinstall it to ensure proper seating. See To remove a single Power Supply
card on page 114.
If the LED indicator is still not green, return the XMU+ to the factory to have
the Power Supply card replaced with a new one.
To check for XMU+ power supply failures - Large Chassis
1.
Ensure that the Front Panel display is active (lit-up).
Š
Š
If the Front Panel display is active, proceed to the next troubleshooting task
- To verify AC/DC power circuits are functional.
If the Front Panel display is not active, proceed to Step 2.
2.
Ensure that the Power Supply card LED indicator is green.
3.
If the LED indicator is green, proceed to the next troubleshooting task - To
verify AC/DC power circuits are functional.
4.
If the LED indicator is not green, remove the Power Supply card, and reinstall it
to ensure proper seating. See Replacing the XMU+ Large Chassis Power Supply
on page 114.
5.
If the LED indicator is still not green, replace the Power Supply card with a new
one.
See Replacing the XMU+ Large Chassis Power Supply on page 114.
To verify AC/DC power circuits are functional
1.
Ensure that the appropriate power supply (AC or DC) is in operation.
2.
If the appropriate power supply is not in operation, contact the appropriate
repair/maintenance department at the power company.
3.
If the appropriate power supply is in operation, ensure that the unit is properly
plugged into its power supply. See “Connecting the XMU+ to its Power Supply”
in Chapter 2 of the XMU+ Installation Handbook.
4.
If the unit is properly plugged into its power supply, proceed to the next
troubleshooting task - To verify line card operation and wiring.
To verify line card operation and wiring
Complete this troubleshooting step for each line card, excluding T1 line cards.
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1.
Check the status of each line card from the Front Panel. See To check line status
on page 123.
2.
If the line cards all appear ready after the status check has been completed,
ensure that each line card is properly cabled to the PBX. See Cabling XMU+
Line Cards on page 54.
3.
If all line cards are properly cabled to the PBX, proceed to the next
troubleshooting task - To perform an audio test on page 130.
To verify T1 line card operation and cabling
1.
Ensure that each T1 line card is properly cabled to the PBX. See Cabling XMU+
Line Cards on page 54.
2.
If all line cards are properly cabled, ensure that the LED indicator on each T1
line card is flashing green.
3.
If all LED indicators are flashing green, check the status of each T1 line card
from the Front Panel. See To check line status on page 123.
4.
If the T1 line cards all appear ready after the status check has been completed,
perform an audio test. See To perform an audio test on page 130.
5.
If the T1 line cards are all operating after the status check has been completed,
ensure the T1 line cards are set correctly. See Chapter 3 of the XMU+
Installation Handbook.
6.
If all line cards are set correctly, proceed to the next troubleshooting task - To
perform an audio test.
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To perform an audio test
Perform an audio test to check for line malfunctions.
1.
Press Enter to access the Main Menu.
2.
Press the Right Arrow to reach System on the Main Menu, and
press Enter.
3.
Press the Right Arrow to reach Diagnostics, and press Enter.
4.
Press the Right Arrow to reach Audio Test, and press Enter.
5.
Press the Right Arrow to reach the desired card and line to be
tested, and press Enter. The XMU+ goes through each line
individually.
Š
Š
6.
If a 1KHz tone sounds, the line is operating.
If no tone sounds, there is a line malfunction. Ensure that
each line card is properly cabled to the PBX. See Cabling
XMU+ Line Cards on page 54.
Press Exit until the menu returns to the main display.
To perform a reset
Performing a reset on the XMU+ when it has lost power or has frozen will NOT erase
messages or configurations. The XMU+ shuts down slowly, as it waits until all lines have
disconnected before shutting down and restarting. This could take minutes or hours.
TIP...
To cancel the reset
command and return
to the previous
menu, press Exit
when XMU+ asks Are
you sure?.
1.
Press Enter to access the Main Menu.
2.
Press the Right Arrow to reach System on the Main Menu,
and press Enter.
3.
Press the Right Arrow to reach System Reset, and press
Enter.
4.
Press Enter to select Reset on the menu.
XMU+ displays a message asking if you are sure that you want
to perform this reset.
5.
Press Enter to perform the reset.
The XMU+ backs up statistics, waits until all lines have
disconnected, and then restarts.
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To perform a quick reset
Perform a quick reset of the XMU+ system when it must be reset immediately. Unlike
a reset, a quick reset does not wait for all lines to disconnect before shutting down.
Quick resets will NOT erase messages or configurations.
TIP...
To cancel the quick
reset command and
return to the
previous menu, press
Exit when XMU+
asks Are you sure?.
1.
Press Enter to access the Main Menu.
2.
Press the Right Arrow to reach System on the Main
Menu, and press Enter.
3.
Press the Right Arrow to reach System Reset, and
press Enter.
4.
Press the Right Arrow to reach Quick Reset, and press
Enter. XMU+ displays a message asking if you are sure
that you want to perform this reset.
5.
Press Enter to perform the quick reset.
The XMU+ shuts down immediately, and then restarts.
APP Image
To select a previous firmware (APP Image) version
Application Image
If a firmware upgrade fails during download, of if a firmware upgrade is defective, you
may need to return the XMU+ to a previous firmware version. This could affect
recorded messages and configurations.
1.
Power down the XMU+.
See To power down the XMU+ on page 108.
2.
Connect the XMU+ to its power supply while holding
down the Enter key.
XMU+ displays all previously installed firmware (APP)
version numbers. A * is shown beside the current
version number.
3.
Press the appropriate Arrow (Left or Right) to reach
the desired firmware (APP) version.
4.
Press Enter. XMU+ resets the firmware to the selected
version and displays a message asking if you want to
perform a Factory Reset.
5.
If you select:
Š
YES, the XMU+ will reset to its default factory settings. This will erase ALL
messages and ALL configurations, so you will have to download
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configurations and messages. See the XMU+ QuickStart Guide for more
information.
NO, the XMU+ will return to the Time/Date display, leaving messages and
configurations intact.
CAUTION...
To reset unit to default factory settings (including flash memory)
If you select YES, this
procedure will erase
ALL messages and
delete ALL
configurations.
Resetting the XMU+ to its original factory default settings should be performed only
as a last resort, when the XMU+ is behaving erratically and has not responded to any
other troubleshooting procedures.
The manner in which you perform a factory reset depends on whether or not the
XMU+ front panel is still active. If the front panel is:
Š
Š
Still active, perform Factory Reset 1.
Completely unresponsive, perform Factory Reset 2.
In either case, this procedure will erase ALL messages and delete ALL
configurations, and return the XMU+ to its original factory settings.
Factory Reset 1
TIP...
To cancel the factory
default command
and return to the
previous menu, press
Exit when XMU+
asks Are you sure?.
1.
Press Enter to access the Main Menu.
2.
Press the Right Arrow to reach System on the Main
Menu, and press Enter.
3.
Press the Right Arrow to reach System Reset, and
press Enter.
4.
Press the Right Arrow to reach Factory Default, and
press Enter. XMU+ displays a message asking if you
are sure that you want to perform this reset.
5.
Press Enter to perform the factory reset.
The XMU+ shuts down immediately, and then restarts.
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Factory Reset 2
1.
Power down the XMU+. See To power down the XMU+
on page 108.
2.
Connect the XMU+ to its power supply while holding
down the Enter key.
XMU+ displays all previously installed firmware (APP)
version numbers. A * is shown beside the current
version number.
3.
Press Enter to select the current firmware (APP)
version number.
XMU+ displays a message asking if you want to
perform a Factory Reset.
4.
Press the Right Arrow (YES) to reset the XMU+ to its
default factory settings.
The XMU+ erases ALL messages and ALL
configurations.
5.
Download configurations and messages.
See the XMU+ QuickStart Guide for more information.
TIP...
If you do not select
YES or NO, the XMU+
will time-out after
five seconds and
display the Time/
Date.
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XMU+ Technical
Specifications and Approvals
Technical Specifications are important attributes of XMU+ that have been
detailed in this chapter for reference.
Š
Š
System level specifications are those such as dimensions, weight,
overall frequency response, and core characteristics.
Card level specifications are those such as port impedances, output
levels, and connector types.
The Approvals information in this chapter details the standards that XMU+
conforms with.
Š
Š
Š
Safety approvals: XMU+ compliance with safety standards.
Telecom approvals: XMU+ compliance with telephone network
standards.
Emissions: XMU+ compliance with radiated and conducted emission
(and immunity) standards.
Vorsicht:
Sicherheitshinweis: Der Netzstecker ist die An-/Ausschaltung
für die XMU+. Vergewissern Sie sich deshalb, daß der
Nestzanschluß in der Nähe der Maschine und leicht erreichbar
ist. Weitere Informationen finden Sie auf Seite 17, Installation
Handbook.
In this chapter...
Š
Š
Detailed XMU+ Technical Specifications on page 137.
XMU+ Approvals on page 143.
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Detailed XMU+ Technical Specifications
The following tables describe the technical features of the XMU+. These XMU+ features
are approximate, and are subject to change without notice.
System Specifications
Technical Feature...
Details...
Physical
Unit Dimensions:
Š Large chassis: 177 x 444 x 330 mm (7.0 x 17.5 x 13.0 inches)
Š Small chassis: 44 x 444 x 330 mm (1.75 x 17.5 x 13.0 inches)
Rack Space:
Š Large chassis: 4 units
Š Small chassis: 1 unit
Shipping
Dimensions:
Š Large chassis: 260 x 500 x 500 mm (10.25 x 19.7 x 19.7
Unit Maximum
Weight:
Š Large chassis: 9.4 Kg (20.7 pounds)
Š Small chassis: 3.1 Kg (6.9 pounds)
Shipping Maximum
Weight:
Š Large chassis: 12.9 Kg (28.4 pounds)
Š Small chassis: 6.2 Kg (13.6 pounds)
inches)
Š Small chassis: 107 x 540 x 455 mm (4.3 x 21.3 x 18.0 inches)
Power and Thermal
Power Consumption: Š Large Chassis: 220 Watts maximum
Š Small Chassis: 50 Watts maximum
Heat Production:
Š Large Chassis: 220 Watts (750 BTU/hr) maximum
Š Small Chassis: 50 Watts (160 BTU/hr) maximum
Note:
BTU/hr = Consumption in Watts x 3.415
Environmental
Temperature:
0 - 40 degrees oC (32 - 104oF) temperature range. Adequate
cooling or heating must be provided to guarantee this range.
Dust:
Units not for operation in conductive dust atmospheres (i.e.
coal dust, metal dust, etc.).
Units not for operation in combustible dust atmospheres (i.e.
saw dust, flour, etc.).
Humidity / Moisture: Units not for operation outdoors or in conditions where
condensation forms.
Atmosphere:
Units not for operation in explosive atmospheres (i.e. natural
gas fumes, oil based paint fumes, etc.).
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Card Specifications
Technical Feature...
Details...
Control Card
Digital Audio Core Specifications:
Encoding /
Decoding:
8 bit PCM / 8 KHz sampling / µ-law (no data
compression)
Frequency
Response:
200 - 3400 Hz (+/- 3 dB)
Working Memory:
Up to 1.5Gbit on memory modules
Channel Capacity:
Š Large chassis: 64 channels non-blocking plus 1 remote
channel
Š Small chassis: 24 channels using T1 line card or 8
channels using analog line card.
Core FPGA:
Xilinx Spartan II / 50K gate / proprietary logic
Processor Core Specifications:
Processor type:
Motorola MPC855T / 66 MHz core / 33 MHz bus / 3.3V
Processor Memory:
Š 32Mbit NOR FLASH / 64Mbit SDRAM / up to 1.5Gbit
Š NAND FLASH on memory modules
Processor Firmware: Proprietary, with a Licensed Real Time Operating System
(RTOS)
Real Time Clock:
Š Accuracy: 2 minutes / year
Š Back-up power duration: 30 days
Port Specifications:
Remote:
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Compatible with global PSTN (FCC / IC / CTR-21)
Ring detection feature
DTMF detection feature
Loop current direction detection feature
Connector: RJ 11
Impedance: 600Ω nominal
Input Level (AGC onset): -30 dBm
Nominal Output Level: -9 dBm
Loop current: 10 mA - 60 mA (limiting)
Off Hook Loop Voltage: 40VDC maximum
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Technical Feature...
Modem:
Details...
Š Compatible with global PSTN (FCC / IC / CTR-21)
Š 56Kbps (V.90), 33.6Kbps (V.34), 14.4Kbps (V.32) +
other modes
Š V.42 LAPM and MNP 2-4 error correction
Š V.42bis and MNP 5 data compression
Š Connector: RJ 11
Alarm:
Š Inputs: contact closure or applied DC voltage up to +/60V
Š Outputs: dry relay contacts (1 form “C” - NO/NC/
COM)
Š Output contacts: 1.0 A @ 30V / 0.5A @ 60V
(60V maximum)
Š Input current: 5 mA @ 60V (maximum)
Serial Ports:
Š Type: RS-232 Transmit and Receive data (software
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Network:
flow control required)
Data Rate: 115 Kbps (maximum)
Connector: RJ45 with proprietary pin-out
Input Impedance (typ): 5 KΩ
Input Voltage (low): -15 V to +1.2 V
Input Voltage (high): +1.5 V to +15 V
Output Voltage Swing (typ): +/- 5.4 V into 3 KΩ
Protection (ESD): +/- 15KV Human Body
+/- 15KV IEC1000-4-2 Air Discharge
Š Type: 10/100BaseTX Ethernet
IEEE 802.3 compliant (Auto Detect)
Š Connector: RJ-45 connector with standard pin-out
Š Impedance: 100Ω / matched for Category 5 UTP cable
Š Protection: 1500 V RMS Hipot
2000 W / 100 A 8/20µs pulse
Tape:
Š
Š
Š
Š
Connector: 1/4" “microphone” jack
Impedance: 10 KΩ
Input level (AGC onset): 120mV
Nominal output level: 180 mV RMS (10 KΩ load)
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Technical Feature...
Handset:
Details...
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Connector: RJ 22
Input Impedance: 3.2 KΩ
Input level (AGC onset): 50 mV RMS
Input Bias: 5 VDC through 3.2 KΩ
Output Impedance: 6.8 KΩ
Nominal output level: 20 mV (200 Ω load)
Š
Š
Š
Š
Large AC: Auto ranging 100 - 240 V 50/60 Hz
Large DC: 40 - 60 VDC
Small AC: Auto ranging 90 - 264 V 50/60 Hz
Small DC: 38 - 60 VDC
Power Supply Cards
Input Voltage:
Note:
DC units are protected from accidental reverse
polarity. See consumption data in Power and Thermal
on page 137.
Output Voltages:
Output voltages of +5, +12, and -5 V are supplied to the
XMU+ electronics.
Hot Swap Features:
Š
Š
Š
Š
Status indicator (green if all output voltages nominal)
Hot insertion / extraction management
Soft start
Status detection by control card
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Details...
Line Cards
Hybrid Analog (includes SH8 and MWR derivatives):
Connector:
RJ21
Output Level:
-15 dBm / -9 dBm (high volume)
Output Impedance:
600 Ω nominal (FCC / IC / CTR-21 compatible)
Loop current:
10 mA - 60 mA (limiting)
Off Hook Loop
Voltage:
40VDC maximum
Control Relay
Current:
100 mA maximum (60 VDC maximum)
Start Input (Voltage
Sense):
10 mA at 48 VDC (60 VDC maximum)
Start Input (Contact
5 mA (maximum)
Closure):
Low Impedance Analog
Connector:
RJ21
Output Level:
-15 dBm / -9 dBm (high volume)
Output Impedance:
25 ohms nominal (24 600 Ω ports in parallel)
Loop current:
10 mA - 60 mA (limited)
Off Hook Loop
Voltage:
40VDC maximum
Control Relay
Current:
1 A maximum (60 VDC maximum)
Start Input (Voltage
Sense):
10 mA at 48 VDC (60 VDC maximum)
Start Input (Contact
5 mA (maximum)
Closure):
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Details...
Music on Hold (MOH) Card
Connectors:
RCA “phono” jacks
Input Impedance:
10 KΩ nominal
Input level (AGC
onset):
-30 dBm (note: POTS / CO compatible)
Output Impedance:
User configurable: 8 or 600 Ω
Output Level:
User configurable: -15, -9, +9 dBm (600 Ω) / 1 W (8 Ω)
See Applying MOH Line Card Settings on page 31 for an explanation of MOH
user configurable impedance and level settings.
T1 Digital Line Card
Connector:
RJ45
Impedance:
100 ohm balanced
Line length:
0-1000 ft.
Signaling:
Loop start (ring with loop disconnect)
E&M (immediate start, wink start)
Line Coding:
AMI, B8ZS
Framing Format:
SF/D4 (A & B bit)
ESF (A, B, C, D bit)
See Chapter 3 of the XMU+ Installation Handbook for an explanation of T1
card user configurable attributes.
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XMU+ Approvals
The following approvals information details the North American and European
Information Technology Equipment (ITE) standards with which the XMU+ conforms:
Š
Š
Š
Safety Approvals: XMU+ compliance with safety standards.
Telecom Approvals: XMU+ compliance with telephone network standards.
Emissions Approvals: XMU+ compliance with radiated and conducted emission
(and immunity) standards.
Safety Approvals
TUV RHEINLAND TEST REPORTS E2172519/E2172521
CSA C22.2 No 60950 - 00
Safety: Information Technology Equipment (Canada)
UL 60950 - 3rd Edition
Safety: Information Technology Equipment (US)
IEC 60950 - 1
Safety: Information Technology Equipment (CE)
Telecom Approvals
TUV RHEINLAND TEST REPORTS CS03/121001/01, Part 68/121002/01, TBR21/121001/
01
Industry Canada (IC) CS03
Terminal Equipment Standard (Canada) *
47 CFR Part 68
Terminal Equipment Standard (US)
TBR 21 (with AN 14, 15, 16)
Terminal Equipment Standard (CE)
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XMU+ Technical Specifications and Approvals
Emissions Approvals
TUV RHEINLAND TEST REPORTS P2172520.01/P217222.01
FCC Part 15
Radiated Emissions - Class A (North America)
FCC Part 15
Conducted Emissions - Class A (North America)
EN550221: 1998
Radiated Emissions - Class A (CE) **
EN550221: 1998
Conducted Emissions - Class A (CE) **
EN61000-3-2
Harmonics - Class A (CE)
EN61000-3-3
Flicker (CE)
EN61000-4
Immunity (CE)
* The abbreviation “IC” before the registration number signifies that registration was performed
based on a Declaration of Conformity indicating that Industry Canada technical specifications were met. It does not imply that Industry Canada approved the equipment.
** This is a Class A product compatible with commercial/industrial environments. In a domestic
environment, this product may cause radio interference that the user may be required to take
adequate measures to control.
Glossary
Automatic Call Distribution (ACD)
The XMU+ can be configured for ACD applications, which
automatically routes incoming calls to available personnel.
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Š
In front-ending ACD queues, XMU+ answers all
incoming calls, checks caller requirements, forwards,
and queues the caller into the appropriate queue.
In back-ending ACD queues, the client’s telephone
system answers the call and places the user in the
queue. XMU+ controls the queue, plays appropriate
holding messages, and forwards the caller to the
requested person when the line becomes available.
See About the XMU+ Announcement and Call Processing
System on page 3 for more information.
Auto-Attendant
The XMU+ can be configured for Auto-Attendant applications,
which provide:
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Personalized, automated greetings to incoming
callers.
A menu of choices.
Call forwarding.
See About the XMU+ Announcement and Call Processing
System on page 3.
Call Router
An XMU+ equipped with a Hybrid Analog line card can be
configured to transfer callers to pre-programmed extensions or
telephone numbers.
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Carrier Detect Indicator
Configurations
The carrier detect indicator is associated
with the modem port on the Control Card.
This indicator should be lit during data
transfer by modem. It indicates that the local
modem has detected the remote modem's
carrier, which is a basic attribute of the data
transmission.
XMU configurations are composed of
commands, nodes, messages, and music that
are executed when a call is received.
Configurations are designed on XMUCOM+
software and then downloaded to the XMU+
unit.
Channels
Channels are the virtual assignment of T1
lines within a cable into separate lines.
Designating channels gives XMU+ the ability
to use up to 24 lines on a T1 line card.
Chassis
The XMU+ large chassis provides flexible
configuration options for users requiring 2 to
64 analog ports (48 T1 ports), while the
XMU+ small chassis provides an effective
solution for users requiring 2 - 8 analog ports
(24 T1 ports).
See About the XMU+ Announcement and
Call Processing System on page 3.
Control Pulse
A Control Pulse signal is provided to certain
types of PBX equipment by the XMU+. This
is used by those PBX types to detect the off
hook condition (instead detecting loop
current).
DS0
See Product Overview on page 4.
Digital Signal - Level Zero (0). In the digital
communications hierarchy, this is the
individual channel. The data rate is 64 Kbps
(the rate required to digitize a voice
message).
Collision Indicator
DS1
The collision indicator is associated with the
network (Ethernet) port on the Control card.
This indicator is on when a data collision on
the network is detected. Such collisions will
normally occur in Ethernet, but if too many
are indicated the network may have too much
traffic and/or too many devices on it. Such a
network problem could be solved by subdividing the network with a switching hub.
Digital Signal - Level One (1). In the digital
communications hierarchy, individual
channels are bundled into basic multichannel groups called DS1. In North
America, DS1 equates to T1 service (24
channels x 64 Kbps + 8 Kbps control = 1.544
Mbps). In Europe, DS1 equates to E1 service
(30 channels x 64 Kbps + 128 Kbps control =
2.048 Mbps)
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Dual Tone Multi Frequency (DTMF)
Lines
A telephone’s touch tone system uses pairs of
tones to represent the various keys. There is a
“low tone” and a “high tone” associated with
each button (0 through 9, * (star), and #
(pound)).
Lines are the telephone lines (extensions)
that can connect to the XMU+.
The XMU+ uses a DTMF node to identify the
unique tones pressed by a caller on a touchtone telephone and route the call accordingly.
See Typical Uses for XMU+ on page 7 for
more information.
Ethernet
Ethernet is a popular Local Area Network
(LAN) type originally introduced by Xerox
and now supported by an IEEE standard.
Ethernet uses a Carrier Sense Multiple Access
/ Collision Detect (CSMA/CD) technique to
accommodate multiple devices on a common
medium such as twisted pair cable. The
XMU+ Control Card network port is an
Ethernet port. It supports data transfer at 10
or 100 Mbps (less control “overhead”).
Link Indicator
The link indicator is associated with the
network (Ethernet) port on the Control Card.
This indicator is on when the port is
connected to an active Ethernet network.
Loop Current
For PSTN lines and certain PBX equipment
types, the current that flows in the audio pair
when the terminal equipment (XMU+ line
card port) is off hook is detected and used for
control purposes.
Low Impedance
The Low Impedance card is a variant of the
hybrid analog line card specially equipped to
drive audio and signaling to 24 RAN
(Recorded Announcement) ports in parallel
on Nortel Meridian PBX equipment.
Hot Swap
Memory Module
Cards with hot swap capability can be
changed while the XMU+ system is
operating. Line cards and power supply cards
are hot swap types. For line cards, only those
channels connected to the card to be
removed and replaced are disrupted (or need
to be taken out of service). Power supply
cards can be swapped with no disruption to
system operation so long as there is a second
(redundant) power supply card.
Memory Modules reside on the Control Card,
and provide working and non-volatile
memory storage for messages and
configurations within the XMU+. Memory
Modules are replaceable and upgradeable.
Hybrid Analog
A hybrid analog line card incorporates both
passive (ring detect, start signal detect,
control pulse) and interactive (DTMF detect)
announcement functionality.
See Upgrading Control Card Memory on
page 116.
Mini Weather Radio (MWR)
The MWR line card is used for Environment
Canada weather broadcasting applications.
See Line Cards Supported by XMU+ on
page 5.
Modem
A device for transferring digital data over
analog telephone lines. Modem is the
148 Glossary
contraction of the words MODulator
DEModulator.
Music on Hold (MOH)
An XMU+ equipped with a Music On Hold
(MOH) line card can be set up to combine
music and messages to create an On Hold
environment for your callers.
Private Branch Exchange (PBX)
This is typically a private telephone network
used within an enterprise. Users of the PBX
share a certain number of outside lines for
making telephone calls external to the PBX.
Public Switched Telephone Network
(PSTN)
See Applying MOH Line Card Settings on
page 31.
The public telephone system that operates
the normal phone system.
Node
Start Signal
XMU building blocks consisting of a group of
commands or XMU settings that are used to
build XMU+ configurations.
Certain types of PBX equipment provide a
start signal to the XMU+. This is used instead
of a conventional ring signal superimposed
on the audio pair.
See About the XMU+ Announcement and
Call Processing System on page 3.
T1
The XMU+ can be configured for single or
multi-partition mode. When
multi-partitioning is configured, each
partition acts as an individual XMU+ unit.
T1 is a North American high-speed,
dedicated “DS1” connection that is capable of
transferring digital signals at 1.554 Mbps
(mega-bits per second). The payload of a T1
connection is twenty-four (24) 64 Kbps “DS0”
voice channels.
See Meeting System Requirements on
page 16.
Uniform Call Distribution (UCD)
Passive announcements
The XMU+ can be configured for UCD
applications, which distributes all incoming
calls uniformly among a group of people.
Partition
Passive announcements are those configured
to simply playout with a ring or control pulse
start then disconnect. DTMF detection is not
used during a passive announcement.
Port
A female connector on the XMU+ for
connecting the (male) connector of various
external devices.
See About the XMU+ Announcement and
Call Processing System on page 3.
Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)
The XMU+ can be connected to a UPS, which
will maintain the XMU+ for a limited time in
case of a power failure.
See Power Requirements on page 17.
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XMU+
The XMU+ Digital Call Processor is a
microprocessor based, voice announcement
and call processing system.
XMUCOM+
The XMUCOM+ software is a windows based
program that lets you configure, download,
update, and backup configurations and
messages to the XMU+.
Configurations designed with XMUCOM+
are transmitted to the XMU+ unit through a
modem connection or through LAN based
networks.
150 Glossary
Index
A
AC power
ensuring circuits are functional 128
requirements 17
safety 17
access codes
about 85
entering 90
messages 85
partition 85
system 85
ACD applications
about 145
PBX interface table 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63,
64, 65
queues 145
using XMU+ for 3
with hybrid analog line cards 5, 44
with low impedance line cards 5, 43
adding
memory 117
alarms
about 52
cabling 53
port location on control card 47
responding to 126
technical specifications 139
troubleshooting 126
wiring alarm connector 53
Amphenol
see RJ-21 45
announcers
interactive 7
passive 7
APP image
see firmware 131
approvals
emissions 144
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registration 144
safety 143
telecom 143
audio
testing 130
audiotex applications
with hybrid analog line cards 5
auto attendant applications
about 145
PBX interface table 56
with hybrid analog line cards 5, 44
automatic call distribution
see ACD applications 145
B
MOH line cards 55
MWR line cards 55
network (direct) connection to XMUCOM+ 50
network (LAN) connection to XMUCOM+ 50
preparing for 41, 42
remote access 51
T1 line cards 54
call processing applications
DTMF 8
PBX interface table 56
with hybrid analog line cards 44
call routing applications
about 145
with hybrid analog line cards 5
backup
configuration 108
messages 108
before you start
cabling 42
checklists 14
installation prerequisites 11
system requirements 16
cards
see line cards 5
channels
about 146
about DS0 146
about DS1 146
checking
system configuration 38
system startup 38
checklists
C
cables
color abbreviations 42
hybrid analog line cards 44
low impedance line cards 43
matching to connectors 43
MOH line cards 44
MWR line cards 43
T1 line cards 44
cabling
about 39
alarms 53
control card 47
flowchart 41
hybrid analog line cards 54
line cards 54
low impedance line cards 54
modem connection to XMUCOM+ 49
communication 26
control card specifications 22
delivery 19, 21
firmware 23
hybrid analog hardware settings 23
installation specifications 21
line card 14
line cards installed 22
messages 23
MOH hardware settings 24
PBX requirements 17, 25
physical specifications 21
power supply specifications 21
system startup 38
T1 hardware settings 24
telephone numbers and extensions 25
communication
checklist 26
Ethernet 50
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modem 49
configurations
about 146
backing up 108
checking message integrity 125
checking startup 38
loading 108
messages 108
specifications 23
connections
remote telephone access 51
testing 100
to XMUCOM+ 48
setting 96
verifying 125
DC power
ensuring circuits are functional 128
requirements 17
safety 17
digital signals
about DS0 146
about DS1 146
direct connection
about 48
DTMF applications
about 8, 147
with hybrid analog line card 8
connectors
hybrid analog line cards 44, 45
low impedance line cards 43, 45
matching to cables 43
MOH line cards 44, 46
MWR line cards 43, 45
pinouts 45
RCA/phono 46
RJ-21 45
T1 line cards 44
dual tone multi-frequency
see DTMF applications 147
E
environmental
HVAC requirements 16
optimum temperatures 16
rack space 16
shelf space 16
technical specifications 137
continuous play
operating mode 68
control card
about 47
alarm port 47
cabling 47
carrier detect indicator 146
checklist 22
hot swap 147
installing 112
link indicator 147
modem port 47
network port 47
remote access port 47
removing 112
replacing 112
serial port 47
specifications 22
technical specifications 138
upgrading 112
upgrading memory 116
D
date
Ethernet
about 147
assign IP address 98
collision indicator 146
ping IP address 99
port link indicator 147
status indicator 47
testing connection 99
F
features
front panel 15
rear panel 15
XMU+ 15
firmware
about hierarchy 76
checking version 38
hierarchy diagrams 76
multiple partition hierarchy 79
selecting APP image 131
selecting previous version 131
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single partition hierarchy 76
flowcharts
before you start 13
cabling XMU+ 41
installation guide 9
line card hardware settings 29
navigation 75
testing setup 95
troubleshooting if XMU+ is not answering
121
troubleshooting XMU+ hardware failures
127
XMU+ installation 35
H
handset
connecting to XMU+ 15
technical specifications 139
hardware
upgrades 105
hybrid analog line cards
about 5, 147
cables 44
cabling 54
checklists 23
connector 44
connector pinouts 45
DTMF call processing applications 8
hardware settings 23
installing 109
interactive announcements 7
part numbers 5
passive announcements 7
PBX interface table 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61,
62, 63, 64, 65
technical specifications 140
uses for 5, 7, 8, 44
front panel
about 81
arrow keys 15
assign IP address 98
assign messages to a line 100
card 79
cards 77
change access code 87
checking partitions 84
delete message 84
features 15, 81
firmware hierarchy 76
handset input/output 15
large chassis 15
LCD 15
main menu 76
messages 77
navigating 82
navigation 76
nodes 78
partition 80
play message 83
record message 83
set operating modes 102
set remote access mode 86
setting operating modes 102
small chassis 15
system 78, 80
tape deck input/output 15
time and date 96
using 82
I
installation
before you start 11
checklist 21
flowchart 35
safety 27, 33, 39, 107, 135
troubleshooting 119
installing
control card 112
line cards 109, 110
secondary power supply 115
single power supply 114
testing 93
XMU+ unit in a rack 36
XMU+ unit to a wall 37
integrity check
messages 125
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interactive applications
setting operating modes 102
setting ring limit 103
status indicators 123
T1 5, 148
troubleshooting 128
upgrading 109
verify wiring 128
verifying operation 111
verifying timing 125
about 7
with hybrid analog line card 7
IP
assign address 98
ping address 99
J
jumpers
lines
about 147
checking 124
checking status 123
testing 103
testing connections 100
settings on MOH line card 31
L
language
changing default 92
low impedance line cards
about 5, 147
cables 43
cabling 54
connector 43
connector pinouts 45
installing 109
part numbers 5
passive announcements 7
PBX interface table 64
technical specifications 141
uses for 5, 7, 43
large chassis
about 146
front panel 15
overview 4
level start
operating mode 69
line cards
assigning messages 100
cabling 54
checking status 123
checklist 14, 22
front panel 79
front panel navigation 77
hardware settings 31
hardware settings flowchart 29
hot swap 147
hybrid analog 5, 147
installing 109, 110
low impedance 5, 147
matching connector pinouts 45
menu 77, 79
MOH 6, 31, 148
MWR 5, 147
operating mode 68
part numbers 5, 14
PBX requirements 29
population rules 30
removing 109
setting jumpers 31
M
main menu
hierarchy 76, 79
multiple partition mode 79
single partition mode 76
matching
connector pinouts 45
connectors and cables 43
memory
about 116, 147
adding 117
replacing 116
reset 132
upgrading 116
menus
card 77, 79
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main 76, 79
message 77
node 78
partition 80
system 78, 80
messages
assign to a line 100
backing up 108
checking against configurations 125
checklist 23
delete with front panel 84
delete with remote access 91
front panel 77
menu 77
play with front panel 83
play with remote access 91
record with front panel 83
record with remote access 91
remote access 90
troubleshooting 122
uses for 6, 8, 44
mounting
XMU+ in a rack 36
XMU+ to a wall 37
multiple partitions
card menu 79
main menu 79
partition menu 80
system menu 80
multiple play
operating mode 69
music on hold applications
about 8
music sources 8
PBX interface table 66
with MOH line card 6, 8
with MOH line cards 44
MWR line cards
about 5, 147
cables 43
cabling 55
connector 43
connector pinouts 45
installing 109
part numbers 5
PBX interface table 67
uses for 5, 43
mini weather radio applications
about 5
PBX interface table 67
modems
about 48, 147
cabling 49
port location on control card 47
status indicator 47
technical specifications 139
MOH line cards
about 6, 31, 148
cables 44
cabling 55
checklists 24
connector 44, 46
hardware settings 24
installing 110
jumpers 31
music on hold applications 8
part numbers 5
PBX interface table 66
population rules 30
setting jumpers 31
technical specifications 141
N
navigation
flowcharts 75
front panel 82
network connection
about 48
cabling direct 50
cabling LAN 50
collision indicator 146
port location on control card 47
technical specifications 139
nodes
about 148
front panel 78
menu 78
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O
operating modes
checking 123
continuous play 68, 102
level start 102
level start/level return - single play 69
level start/pulse return - multiple play 69
level start/pulse return - single play 69
line card 68
multiple play 102
offline 102
pulse start 102
pulse start/level return 70
pulse start/pulse return 70
ring 102
ring limit 103
ring quick 102
ring start 70, 102
ring start without loop current check 70
setting for line cards 102
single play 102
synchronized continuous play 68, 102
types of 102
42
loop current 147
requirements 17
start signal 148
verifying timing 125
PBX interface tables
abbreviations 42
about 56
ACD applications 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63,
64, 65
auto attendant 56
call processing 56
conventions 42
for hybrid analog line cards 56, 57, 58, 59,
60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65
for low impedance line cards 64
for MOH line cards 66
for MWR line cards 67
MOH applications 66
MWR applications 67
UCD applications 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63,
64, 65
pinouts
RJ-21 45
population rules
line cards 30
P
ports
partitions
about 76, 148
checking with front panel 84
front panel 80
menu 80
multiple 79
number available 76
single 76
passive applications
about 7, 148
with hybrid analog line cards 7
with low impedance line cards 7
PBX
about 148
checklist 25
control pulse signal 146
interface tables (see PBX interface tables)
about 148
technical specifications 138
power requirements
available source 17
UPS 17
power supply
checking circuits 128
checklist 21
installing 114
removing 114
replacing 114
technical specifications 137, 140
testing 96
troubleshooting 128
upgrading 114
UPS 148
private branch exchange
see PBX 148
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processor
technical specifications 138
system 16
reset
pulse start
factory 132
firmware 131
flash memory 132
quick 131
standard 130
operating mode 70
R
RCA/phono
connector 46
rear panel
ring limit
setting 103
ring start
line check 124
operating mode 70
features 15
recording messages
input/output 15
RJ-21
connector pinout 45
remote access
about 51, 85
accessing XMU+ 90
cabling 51
change access code 87
change language 92
commands 88
connecting 51
delete message 91
disconnecting from XMU+ 90
features 88
messages 90
play message 91
port location on control card 47
record message 91
set access mode 86
setting up 85, 86
using 88
removing
control card 112
line cards 109
secondary power supply 115
single power supply 114
replacing
memory 116
requirements
environmental 16
HVAC 16
meeting 16
space 16
S
safety
AC power 17
blank face plate warning 30
DC power 17
ESD precautions 27, 33, 39, 107, 135
installer qualifications 27, 33, 39, 107,
135
standard static discharge precautions
27, 33, 39, 107, 135
serial ports
location on control card 47
setting up
Ethernet (direct) communication 50
Ethernet (LAN) communication 50
modem communication 49
remote access 85, 86
single partition
card menu 77
main menu 76
message menu 77
node menu 78
system menu 78
single play
operating mode 69
small chassis
about 146
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front panel 15
overview 4
static
ESD precautions 27, 33, 39, 107, 135
standard precautions 27, 33, 39, 107,
135
status
checking lines 123
modem indicator 47
network indicator 47
power supply indicators 140
system
factory reset 132
front panel 78, 80
menu 78, 80
quick reset 131
standard reset 130
technical specifications 137
testing 96
troubleshooting 126
system requirements
environmental 16
PBX 17
power 17
T
T1 applications
about channels 146
with T1 line cards 5, 44
T1 line cards
about 5, 148
cables 44
cabling 54
checklists 24
connector 44
hardware settings 24
installing 110
part numbers 5
population rules 30
technical specifications 142
troubleshooting 129
uses for 5, 44
verify wiring 129
tape
technical specifications 139
technical specifications
alarm 139
control card 138
environmental 137
handset 139
hybrid analog line card 140
low impedance line card 141
modem 139
MOH line card 141
network 139
physical 137
ports 138
power and thermal 137
power supply card 140
processor 138
system 137
T1 line card 142
tape 139
telephone lines
checking 124
PSTN system 148
testing
audio 130
Ethernet communication 99
flowchart 95
installation 93
line card operation 111
line connections 100
sound 130
system health 96
system power 96
telephone lines 103
time
setting 96
verifying 125
troubleshooting
audio 130
flowcharts 121, 127
installation 119
line cards 128
messages 122
operating modes 123
power supply failures 128
XMU+ alarms 126
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U
UCD applications
about 148
PBX interface table 57, 58, 59, 60, 61,
62, 63, 64, 65
using XMU+ for 3
with hybrid analog line cards 5, 44
with low impedance line cards 5, 43
uniform call distribution
see UCD applications 148
uninterruptible power supply
see UPS 148
upgrading
control card 112
line cards 109
memory 116
power supply 114
UPS
about 148
V
verifying
PBX/line card timing 125
time and date 125
voice encoding/decoding
about 139
W
weather broadcasting applications
with MWR line card 5, 43
X
XMU+
about 3, 4, 149
approvals 5, 143
bring online after maintenance 108
cabling 39
compiling and providing information
19
default language 92
factory reset 132
features 15
firmware hierarchy 76
in this book 9
installing 33
installing in a rack 36
large chassis 4
line cards 5
mounting to a wall 37
navigation 73
nodes 148
operating modes 68
partitions 76, 148
power down 108
processor 138
quick reset 131
rear panel 15
small chassis 4
standard reset 130
system check 38
system requirements 16
system startup 38
technical specifications 137
upgrades 105
uses for 3, 7
XMUCOM+
about 3, 149
about connecting to 48
connecting with modem connection 49
connecting with network (direct) connection 50
connecting with network (LAN) connection 50
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installed more than 250,000 systems
in 60 countries around the world.
Interalia recognizes that to
be successful today we need to
listen to our customer’s suggestions
and implement them in our products.
Our solutions are the result
of collective input from our
Customers and the engineering
excellence Interalia has become
known for over the last 34 years.
www.interalia.com
10340 Viking Drive, Suite 135
Eden Prairie, Minnesota
U.S.A. 55344
Tel: +1 952 942 6088
Fax: +1 952 942 6172
info@interalia.com
Bridge End Road
Grantham, Lincolnshire
England NG31 7TS
Tel: +44 (0) 1476 594207
Fax: +44 (0) 1476 594208
info@interalia.com