Strata CIX1200 Product Bulletin

TOSHIBA
Strata® CIX™
Product Bulletin
PBCIX-0075
August 4, 2008
Announcing Strata CIX1200
Expanded Capacity
Product Summary
The Strata CIX1200 VoIP business communications system is here! Delivering big-company features
at an affordable price for enterprises and branch locations. Bringing Toshiba quality, reliability and
affordability to medium-to-large companies. Supporting up to 1,152 ports, the Strata CIX1200 system
is designed for 200 to 1,000 users and delivers networked applications for as many as 128 sites.
Positioning
As its largest member, the Strata CIX1200 joins the Strata CIX family, now consisting of the CIX40,
CIX100, CIX200, CIX670 and CIX1200. The Strata CIX1200 expands Toshiba’s reach in the mediumto-large market segment, giving enterprises a robust Toshiba solution at nearly double the port
capacity of our Strata CIX670. As with the entire Strata CIX family, the Strata CIX1200 gives users
Toshiba’s legendary quality and reliability in an affordable VoIP system that can be networked with up
to 128 sites. The CIX1200 can be customized using Toshiba’s FeatureFlex® adaptability tool, and
provides a smooth migration path from smaller Toshiba systems. The Strata CIX1200 does not replace
the CIX670, it expands the Strata CIX product line. The CIX1200 Basic and Expanded A configurations
are the same port capacity as the CIX670 but offer expanded feature capability. The CIX1200 provides
the same feature rich functionality as existing Strata CIX systems.
Value Propositions
Strata CIX1200 is the only system of its size to allow the user to adapt capabilities to their specific
needs. Using FeatureFlex, Toshiba’s feature adaptability and customization tool, the system can be
tailored well beyond its standard system features, administrative options and programmable features.
It allows enterprises to create user-definable features company wide, by department, or for individual
users. Existing features can be modified, and new ones can be created, including features in CIX call
processing, as well as blended features that work between all system applications and resources.
The Strata CIX1200 system can be networked with other Toshiba Strata CIX systems, from other
CIX1200 systems all the way down to the small 40-port Strata CIX40 system. It can be networked for
up to a total of 128 sites to accommodate larger capacity or distributed configurations.
The networking capabilities of the Strata CIX1200 system make it a perfect solution for a headquarters
site that is networked to small or remote offices or retail/restaurant locations.
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Features and Capabilities
All Applications on a Single Server Delivers Clean Integration, Affordability
Toshiba Strata CIX1200 and all other Strata CIX models are compatible with Toshiba’s Strata Media
Application Server (Strata MAS), which delivers value-added application processing. The Strata MAS
is one of the first application servers to use Host Media Processor (HMP) technology resources as an
alternative to Dialogic boards in the server. HMP is more cost-effective and does not require card slots,
making the server more compact and potentially trouble free.
Strata MAS integrates all value added applications such as voice mail/unified messaging, IVR, ACD
and reporting, Video Conferencing and Collaboration, Web-based Personal and System
Administration, and FeatureFlex customization tools all on one platform. This provides better
application integration and significant cost savings over designs that require separate servers for each
application.
Features and Capabilities
•
Strata Net Networking — The Strata CIX1200 system can be networked with all of Toshiba’s Strata
CIX family, including the CIX40, CIX100, CIX200, CIX670, and other CIX1200 systems. This
allows large companies to use the Strata CIX1200 for their main site, and smaller Strata CIX
systems for branch offices or other remote locations, and allows smaller companies to expand as
they grow.
•
Virtually All Features to All Toshiba Users, on Fixed or Mobile Devices — Strata CIX1200 and the
other Strata CIX models have been designed to deliver virtually every feature to every user,
regardless of the type of Toshiba endpoint they are using, whether they are fixed or mobile. The
system supports IP telephones, IP wireless telephones, IP soft phones on notebook and tablet
PCs, and digital (TDM) and analog telephones.
•
Choice of Endpoints — The Strata CIX1200 system and all Strata CIX systems are compatible with
Toshiba’s IP and digital telephones, including Toshiba’s new IP5000 IP telephones, Attendant
Consoles, Toshiba SoftIPT® soft phone for laptops and PDAs, and third-party SIP telephones (as
tested by Toshiba).
•
Traditional Business Telephone Features in an IP System — The Strata CIX1200 system delivers
virtually all the features and functionality of Toshiba’s traditional digital business telephone
systems, taking advantage of decades of experience serving enterprises with voice solutions.
•
Ability to Mix and Match IP and Digital on a Single System — Unlike many competitive IP systems,
Strata CIX1200 can be TDM-enabled, giving users a choice of running a pure IP system or a mix
of IP and digital TDM. This allows users to choose how they will maximize their systems and
migrate existing equipment.
•
Strata Media Application Server (MAS) Compatibility — Multiple applications can be combined on
a single media application server platform. Applications include Auto Attendant, Voice Mail,
Automated Speech Recognition, Text to Speech, Unified Messaging, Fax Integration, Interactive
Voice Response, Automatic Call Distribution and Reporting, Web-based Personal and System
Administration, Web-based Telephone Applications, FeatureFlex adaptability tool that allows users
to customize and add features, and other third party applications. Strata MAS comes standard with
Toshiba’s Voice Processing/unified messaging solution, My Phone Manager® personal
administration tool, and eManager® system administration tool.
•
Video Communication Solution (VCS®) Compatibility — Toshiba’s VCS provides affordable pointto-point video conferencing, desktop/application sharing, file transfer and message board
capabilities for up to three parties.
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Pricing and Availability
Pricing and Availability
Strata CIX1200 system pricing is now in the online price book and CIX Quote version 5.2D01.
The Strata CIX1200 is scheduled to begin shipping on August 5, 2008.
CIX1200 Bundles
Package pricing is available to make Strata CIX1200 system pricing more cost-effective. The
packages are shown in the table below. Refer to the online price book on FYI for details.
Bundle Part Number
Each Bundle Includes
CIX1200BASEPK
HCTU1A, SD-1GB, AMDS1A, CHSUB672A+PS, HECP1A
CIX1200BASEPKR
HCTU1A, SD-1GB, AMDS1A, CRSUB672A
CIX1200IPPKG
HCTU1A, MIPU16-1A, SD-1GB, AMDS1A, CHSUB672A+PS, HECP1A
CIX1200IPPKGR
HCTU1A, MIPU16-1A, SD-1GB, AMDS1A, CRSUB672A
CIX1200VMPKGLG
HCTU1A, HEXBU1A, SD-1GB, AMDS1A, CHSUB672A+PS, HECP1A,
32 LIC-4 BASIC and BWDKU1A
(Additional parts must be ordered with this package)
CIX1200VMPKGLGR
HCTU1A, HEXBU1A, SD-1GB, AMDS1A, CRSUB672A, 32 LIC-4 BASIC
and BWDKU1A
(Additional parts must be ordered with this package)
CIX1200 Licensing
The Strata CIX1200 system uses the same license part numbers as the CIX670 system. All current
CIX670 licenses can be transferred to a new CIX1200 processor. Only one new license has been
added for the CIX1200 system, the LIC1200STRATA N is the Strata Net system license. The LIC670STRATA N license can be transferred to a new Strata CIX1200 system processor.
For license transfer policies and details go to the Toshiba FYI website, select License Codes > System
Upgrades.
The Table below lists the default licenses included with the Strata CIX1200.
Part Number
Default
LIC-4 BASIC
64
LIC-SER PORT
1
LIC-4 DTMF
4
LIC-2 LVMU
2
LIC-ATT, LIC-ACD, LIC1200-CSTA-AP, FF, TAPI,
LIC1200STRATA N, LIC-SOFTIPT, LIC-CIX-IP PORT,
LIC-CIX-STRN-CH, LIC-CIX-SIPT-CH, LIC-1 DP5022SDM
0
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Software/Firmware Requirements
Software/Firmware Requirements
•
CIX HCTU software
R5.2, MT010-13 or above
•
Network eManager
V520A04b or above
•
MIPU *
MIPU0114 or above
•
LIPU *
LIPU0205 or above
•
MyPhone Manager
R520V02 or above
•
WinCIX
R520V01 or above
•
CIX Quote
R5.2D01 or above
Note
* LIPU and MIPU cards installed in cabinets connected to the base cabinet with fiber optic
cables must be V2 or later. Using earlier versions may cause intermittent problems on IP
telephones interfaced to those cards.
Do not install BIPU cards in cabinets connected to the base cabinet with fiber optic cables.
Training
Sales and Technical training is available on-line.
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Compatibility and Migration
Compatibility and Migration
Easy Migration to Strata CIX1200 from Other Toshiba Strata CIX Systems makes growth and
expansion very cost-effective and protects your investment.
Toshiba has retained its renowned migration path with the Strata CIX1200. Users of other Toshiba
Strata business communication systems can easily migrate their systems to the new Strata CIX1200.
Telephones and almost all system interface cards may be re-used as well as voice mail systems and
the Strata MAS with resident applications. Providing a smooth migration path gives users the ability to
retain much of their original investment, while they gain the benefits of the larger system and its
additional capabilities.
All Strata DK424i and Strata CTX/CIX670 systems can be upgraded to CIX1200. All that is required is
to replace the existing processor cards with the new CIX1200 processor cards then, add RRCU cards,
fiber optic cables and cabinets. Once upgraded, the CIX1200 system has all the CIX670 features plus
almost double the capacity of a CIX670 system. The new CIX1200 processor card allows new or
existing DK424i and CIX670 systems to grow to any combination of 1000 telephones and 440 trunk
lines, up to the system maximum of 1152 ports. The new processor card installs in the current DK424i/
CIX670 cabinets and uses all existing DK424i/CIX670 parts including base and expansion cabinets,
licenses, telephones, and most circuit cards. By installing the new processor, the system can be
expanded to 12 cabinets, 5 more than the current DK424i/CIX670 systems.
The table below summarizes maximum capacity comparisons. Refer to “System Capacities” on page
30 for detailed lists.
System Capacity Comparison
Hardware/Software Items
DK424i
CTX/CIX670
CIX1200
5
7
12
Cabinet Universal Slots
48
68
118
CO Lines and Station Ports combined
432
672
1152
(no IP)
560
1000
Digital Stations
336
552
952
Analog Station
328
544
944
196
(no IP)
264
440
4
4
6
Wall/Floor Mount Cabinets
Base (CHSUB672A+PS)+ Expansion (CHSUE672A+PS)
Rack Mount Cabinets
Base (CRSUB672A)+ Expansion (CRSUE672A)
IP Endpoints
CO Lines – all types
(SIP, Strata Net, T1, PRI and Analog combined)
Attendant Consoles
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CIX1200 Configurations
CIX1200 Configurations
The maximum configuration of the CIX670 is seven cabinets; one Base Cabinet and up to six
Expansion Cabinets. The CIX1200 can be configured with up to 12 cabinets; one Base Cabinet and 11
Expansion Cabinets. The maximum configuration will support 1152 ports. Refer to Table 1, CIX1200
Processor Cards and System Capacity, below.
•
The CIX1200 Basic is the same size and configuration as the CIX670 Basic, one Base and One
Expansion cabinet with the increased feature capacity shown in Table 17 on Page 33.
•
The CIX1200 Expanded A is the same size and configuration as the CIX670 Expanded, one Base
and up to six Expansion cabinets for a total of seven cabinets with the increased feature capacity
shown in Table 17 on Page 33
•
The CIX1200 Expanded B configuration allows the full 12 cabinet, 1152 port capacity. Refer to
Table 17 on Page 33.
The new processor cards are the basis of the new CIX1200.
Table 1
CIX1200 Processor Cards and System Capacity
Processor Card Set(s)
Maximum Cabinets
Ports
CIX1200
Basic
CIX1200
Expanded A
CIX1200
Expanded B
HCTU1
HCTU1+
HEXAU1
HCTU1+
HEXBU1
2
7
12
192
672
1152
The full size CIX1200 Expanded B system (HCTU1+HEXBU1) is configured in two equipment stacks.
•
The Base Cabinet Equipment Stack with the Base Cabinet and up to six expansion cabinets
•
The Expansion Cabinet Equipment Stack with up to five expansion cabinets
The first six expansion cabinets of a CIX1200 system are connected to the Base Cabinet using the
same ribbon cables as a CIX670 system. Cabinets 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 are connected to the Base
Cabinet through dealer supplied fiber optic cables. Each Fiber Optic cable, connecting an RRCU card
in the base stack to an RRCU in an expansion cabinet, can interface one or two expansion cabinets.
Refer to Figure 8. Any of the first six expansion cabinets can be located at a remote location by using
RRCU cards and fiber optic cables.
SD Memory Card Compatibility
In addition to storing the system database and program file, the SD memory card can also store
system log files. The Strata CIX1200 system is compatible with Toshiba brand 512 MB, 1 GB, 2 GB,
and 4 GB-SDHC memory cards. The system limits the amount of memory available for log files. The 1
GB and larger memory cards can store approximately 13 times (or more) the number of log files as the
512 MB SD card. The greater the number of log files stored on the SD card the longer the system
requires to become ready after a power up, system reset, or initialization. When using 1 GB and larger
SD cards to store log files, the SD card should be replaced every two years. The smaller memory cells
in the large capacity SD cards will not last as long as the larger, low capacity memory cards.
Note
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The SD must be formatted on the CIX1200 system, not a PC.
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CIX1200 Configurations
Processor Cards
The Strata CIX1200 processors come in three configurations.
•
HCTU1A - for the CIX1200 Basic, up to 192 ports, is a single card installed in base cabinet slot
B102.
•
HEXAU1A - for the CIX1200 Expanded A, up to 672 ports, an HCTU1 with a HEXAU1 daughter
board installed in slot B102 and connected to an EEXAS1 card in slot B101.
•
HEXBU1A - for the CIX1200 Expanded B, up to 1152 ports, an HCTU1 with a HEXBU1A daughter
board installed in slot B102 and connected to an EEXBS1 card in slot B101.
Note
The EEXAS1 and EEXBS1 cards are not ordered separately.
The EEXAS1 card is packed in the box with the HEXAU1 card.
The EEXBS1 card is packed in the box with the HEXBU1 card.
B101
B101
Figure 1
B102
S101
CIX1200
Expanded B
1152 Ports
HCTU1
HEXBU1
S101
EEXBS1
B102
CIX1200
Expanded A
672 Ports
HCTU1
EEXAS1
HCTU1
B101
HEXAU1
CIX1200
Basic
192 Ports
B102
S101
Processor Card Configurations
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CIX1200 Configurations
Database Backup and Restore
Existing CIX670 systems can be upgraded to a CIX1200 system. A CIX670 system database backup
can be restored to a CIX1200 system, simplifying an upgrade. No other Strata system database
backup can be restored to a CIX1200 system.
Can Be Restored To
Backup From
BBCU1A/BECU1A
BCTU1A
BCTU2A
BBCU1A/BECU1A/BEXS/BBMS
BCTU1A/BEXU1A
BCTU2A/BEXU2A
Basic
Expanded A
Expanded B
HCTU1A
only
HCTU1A+
HEXAU1A
HCTU1A+
HEXBU1A
––
HCTU1A+
HEXAU1A
HCTU1A+
HEXBU1A
Base Cabinet
Cabinet 8
Ribbon Cables
Fiber Optic
Cables*
Cabinet 2
Cabinet 9
Cabinet 3
Cabinet 10
Cabinet 4
Cabinet 11
Cabinet 5
Cabinet 12
Cabinet 6
Expansion Cabinet
Equipment Stack
Cabinet 7
Base Cabinet
Equipment Stack
Figure 2
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* An RRCU card is required on each
end of the fiber optic cable(s).
Inter-Cabinet Cable Overview
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CIX1200 Configurations
The table below shows the parts required to add expansion cabinets eight through 12. These
configurations all require an HCTU1A + HEXBU1A processor card set installed in the Base cabinet.
When upgrading a wall/floor-mount base cabinet refer to HECP1A EMC Shield Kit on Page 27.
CIX1200 8 to 12 Cabinet Equipment List
ITEM
8 Cabinets
9 Cabinets
10 Cabinets
11 Cabinets
12 Cabinets
RRCU1A
2
2
4
4
6
HDCL1A-M
1
2
3
4
5
Fiber Cable 1
1
1
2
2
3
BDCL1A-MS1
1
1
2
2
3
BDCL1A-S2
0
1
1
2
2
CHSUE672A+PS or
CRUSE672A
(Expansion Cabinet)
1
2
3
4
5
1 Each is a multi-mode cable with separate transmit and receive connectors on each end.
One two-conductor or two single-conductor cables. Fiber optic cables are dealer supplied.
Each stack can be rack-mount or wall/floor-mount cabinets. Each stack is assembled according to the
procedures in the Strata CIX Installation and Maintenance Manual.
The Expansion Cabinet Equipment Stack can be a maximum of 1.86 miles (3 km) from the Base
Cabinet Equipment Stack. One RRCU circuit card connects to up to two Expansion cabinets via a
single multi-mode fiber-optic cable pair. One fiber cable pair can support one or two expansion
cabinets using one RRCU in the Base Cabinet and another in the Expansion Cabinet.
The type of cabinets in an equipment stack must be the same. Do not mix rack-mount and wall/floor
mount cabinets within a stack. The equipment stacks do not need to match. An existing wall-mount
CIX670 system can be expanded to a CIX1200 system by connecting a second equipment stack of
rack-mount expansion cabinets.
Expansion Cabinets connected by fiber optic cables support the BIOU for external Page Zones, Night
Bell, etc., and all CO line and trunk interface PCBs.
Digital Trunk Interface Card Location
For proper Strata CIX system processor Time Switch synchronization with ISDN and T1 lines must be
setup as follows.
•
PRI and T1 cards, programmed as the Primary or Secondary clock source (“System Data”
command), must be installed in the base cabinet or an expansion cabinet connected to the base
cabinet with ribbon cable.
•
Do not install Primary or Secondary clock source PRI and T1 cards in expansion cabinets
connected to the base cabinet stack with fiber cables.
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CIX1200 Configurations
Processor Options
HCTU1A Processor
The optional BSIS RS232 interface and AMDS maintenance modem cards install onto the HCTU1
card as shown in Figure 3.
HCTU1A
AMDS
MOH
P5
LAN Connector
P6
BSIS
Secure Digital
Card Slot
ON
OFF
SD
HB
Battery Jumper
Figure 3
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BSIS and AMDS Cards in the HCTU1
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CIX1200 Configurations
HEXBU1A Processor Daughter Card
The HEXBU1A plugs onto the HCTU1 card and connects to the EEXBS1 extender via two ribbon
cables. Refer to Figure 1. This processor card set will support the maximum Expanded B system
configuration of 1152 ports.
Plastic Spacer
HEXBU1A
1
2
ON
OFF
Battery
Battery Jumper
Plastic Spacer
Figure 4
HEXBU1 Processor Daughter Card
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CIX1200 Configurations
HEXAU1A Processor Daughter Card
The HEXAU1A plugs onto the HCTU1 card and connects to the EEXAS1 extender via a ribbon cable.
Refer to Figure 1. This processor card set will support the Expanded A system configuration of 672
ports.
Plastic Spacer
HEXAU1A
1
ON
OFF
Battery
Battery Jumper
Plastic Spacer
Figure 5
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HEXAU1 Processor Daughter Card
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CIX1200 Configurations
Fiber Optic Interface
The fiber optic interface for the Strata CIX1200 is the same RRCU1A card used to interface CIX670
Remote Cabinets. Refer to Figure 6. Each RRCU drives a multi-mode fiber optic cable pair and is
capable of interfacing two cabinets. Refer to Figure 8.
The location of the RRCU cards is relatively non-critical but, the HDCL1A-M cables must reach from
the EEXBS card connectors (refer to Figure 10) to the RRCU card edge connectors (refer to Figure 6).
The Base Cabinet Equipment Stack RRCU cards will all be placed in the Base Cabinet or in a cabinet
immediately above or below the Base Cabinet. The RRCU does not use time slots or connect to the
backplane switching at all. The RRCU card only draws power from the cabinet backplane. HDCL1A-M
cables will, typically, reach the first four or five slots of the cabinet above or below the RRCU and all
(except B101 and B102) slots in the base cabinet. Refer to Figure 7.
In the Expansion Cabinet Equipment Stack RRCU card placement is limited by cable length. While the
configuration tables and figures always show the RRCU in the even-numbered expansion cabinets,
they could be placed in an odd-number cabinet.
Connect to EEXBS
(In Base Cabinet)
M1
Note: Fiber optic connector U1
not shown for clarity.
To MSBU Connector
(In Expansion Cabinets)
Connect to EEXBS
(In Base Cabinet)
S1
M2
Set to Master in the base cabinets.
Backplane Connector
S
P10
M
S2
M
To MSBU Connector
(In Expansion Cabinets)
P11
S
Set to Slave in expansion cabinets.
Connect the Fiber Optic cable from the base cabinet T to the expansion cabinet R connector.
Connect the Fiber Optic cable from the base cabinet R to the expansion cabinet T connector.
Figure 6
RRCU Fiber Optic Interface Card
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CIX1200 Configurations
RRCU to EEXBS Cable
Example shown with
duplex connector.
Fiber Optic Cable showing
the Receive and Transmit
conductors.
Figure 7
RRCU Card with Fiber Optic and HDCL1A-M Cables
Fiber Optic Cable Characteristics
The fiber connection must conform to the specifications shown in Table 2. Addition information is
available in the Strata CIX Installation and Maintenance Manual.
Table 2
Fiber Optic Specification
Item
Note
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Specification
Fiber Type
Multi-mode, Graded Index Fiber (GIF)
Core Diameter
50 or 62.5 micrometers
Cladding Diameter
125 micrometers
Connector Type
SC (2-pin transmit and receive)
Maximum Fiber Length
3 km (1.86 miles) (500~1000 MHz/km fiber)
2 km (1.24 miles) (200~400 MHz/km fiber)
The fiber optic connection between two RRCU cards can one two-conductor cable or two
single-conductor cables. When using two cables ensure that the cards are connected Tx
to Rx.
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CIX1200 Inter-Cabinet Cables
CIX1200 Inter-Cabinet Cables
The tables on the following pages list the highway interface cables for eight to 12 cabinet systems.
Figure 8 provides an overview of the point-to-point cabling described in the tables.
HDCL1A-M Cables
RRCU Card (Base #1)
RRCU Card (Base #2)
BDCL1A-MS1 Cable
RRCU Card (Base #3)
EEXBS Card
C C C C C
AB AB AB AB AB
8
12 11 10 9
RRCU Card (Exp. #1)
M1
M1
M2
M2
M1
S1
MSBU
S2
CAB 8
CAB 1
Dealer supplied
fiber optic cables
BDCL1A-S2 Cable
MSBU
CAB 9
MSBU
BDCL1A-MS1 Cable
S1
CAB 2
MSBU
BDCL1A-S2 Cable
S2
CAB 10
RRCU Card (Exp. #2)
MSBU
CAB 3
MSBU
CAB 11
MSBU
CAB 4
BDCL1A-MS1 Cable
S1
MSBU
CAB 12
MSBU
CAB 5
Fiber optic cables can be
one duplex cable or two
single conductor cables.
MSBU
CAB 6
MSBU
CAB 7
Figure 8
RRCU Card (Exp. #3)
MSBU connector
location
Rackmount Cabinet - Rear view
Cover removed
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CIX1200 Inter-Cabinet Cables
HDCL1A-M Cables connect the RRCU cards
to the EEXBS processor extension card.
8
BDCL1A-MS1 Cable
M1
S2
RRCU Card
S1
RRCU Card
RRCU Card
EEXBS Card
M2
12
C
AB
11
C
AB
10
C
AB
9
C
AB
M1
C
AB
CAB 8
CAB 1
BDCL1A-S2 Cable
Cabinets 2 to 7
Dealer supplied fiber optic cables
can be one duplex cable or two
single conductor cables.
S1
Figure 9
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RRCU Card
BDCL1A-MS1 Cable
Cable Detail of 10 Cabinet System
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CIX1200 Inter-Cabinet Cables
Base Cabinet Interface to Expansion Cabinet 8 ~ 12
HDCL1A-M Cables:
To RRCU #1 M1 connector
To RRCU #1 M2 connector
CAB8
Backplane Connector
The interface cable connections, in the base cabinet, for expansion cabinets 8 ~12 are on the EEXBS1
card. Refer to Figure 10. These cables connect to the RRCU cards in the base cabinet (or an adjacent
cabinet). As shown in Figure 8.
To RRCU #2 M1 connector
CAB10
To RRCU #2 M2 connector
CAB11
CAB12
To RRCU #3 M1 connector
Backplane Connector
CAB9
EEXBS1
Figure 10
EEXBS Processor Card Highway Connections
The tables on the following pages list the highway interface cables for eight to 12 cabinet systems.
Note
The multi-mode fiber optic cables reference in the following tables can be one duplex or
two single conductor cables.
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CIX1200 Inter-Cabinet Cables
Table 3
8 Cabinet System
8 Cabinets - Base Cabinet Stack
From
TO
Cable
Card
Conn.
Card
Conn.
RRCU #1
M1
HDCL1A-M
EEXBS1
CAB8
Base Stack RRCU #1
U1
Fiber Optic Cable #1
Expansion Stack RRCU #1
U1
8 Cabinets - Expansion Cabinet Stack
From
Cable
Card
TO
Conn.
RRCU (#1)
S1
BDCL1A-MS1
Cabinet 8 MSBU backplane Connector
Base Stack RRCU #1
U1
Fiber Optic
Expansion Stack RRCU #1
Table 4
9 Cabinet System
9 Cabinets - Base Cabinet Stack
From
TO
Cable
Card
Conn.
Card
Conn.
RRCU #1
M1
HDCL1A-M
EEXBS1
CAB8
RRCU #1
M2
HDCL1A-M
EEXBS1
CAB9
Base Stack RRCU #1
U1
Fiber Optic Cable #1
Expansion Stack RRCU #1
U1
9 Cabinets - Expansion Cabinet Stack
From
Card
Cable
TO
Conn.
RRCU (#1)
S1
BDCL1A-MS1
Cabinet 8 MSBU backplane Connector
RRCU (#1)
S2
BDCL1A-S2
Cabinet 9 MSBU backplane Connector
Base Stack RRCU #1
U1
Fiber Optic
Expansion Stack RRCU #1
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CIX1200 Inter-Cabinet Cables
Table 5
10 Cabinet System
10 Cabinets - Base Cabinet Stack
From
TO
Cable
Card
Conn.
Card
Conn.
RRCU #1
M1
HDCL1A-M
EEXBS1
CAB8
RRCU #1
M2
HDCL1A-M
EEXBS1
CAB9
RRCU #2
M1
HDCL1A-M
EEXBS1
CAB10
Base Stack RRCU #1
U1
Fiber Optic Cable #1
Expansion Stack RRCU #1
U1
Base Stack RRCU #2
U1
Fiber Optic Cable #2
Expansion Stack RRCU #2
U1
10 Cabinets - Expansion Cabinet Stack
From
Cable
Card
TO
Conn.
RRCU (#1)
S1
BDCL1A-MS1
Cabinet 8 MSBU backplane Connector
RRCU (#1)
S2
BDCL1A-S2
Cabinet 9 MSBU backplane Connector
RRCU (#2)
S1
BDCL1A-MS1
Cabinet 10 MSBU backplane Connector
Base Stack RRCU #1
U1
Fiber Optic
Expansion Stack RRCU #1
Base Stack RRCU #2
U1
Fiber Optic
Expansion Stack RRCU #2
Table 6
11 Cabinet System
11 Cabinets - Base Cabinet Stack
From
TO
Cable
Card
Conn.
Card
Conn.
RRCU #1
M1
HDCL1A-M
EEXBS1
CAB8
RRCU #1
M2
HDCL1A-M
EEXBS1
CAB9
RRCU #2
M1
HDCL1A-M
EEXBS1
CAB10
RRCU #2
M2
HDCL1A-M
EEXBS1
CAB11
Base Stack RRCU #1
U1
Fiber Optic Cable #1
Expansion Stack RRCU #1
U1
Base Stack RRCU #2
U1
Fiber Optic Cable #2
Expansion Stack RRCU #2
U1
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CIX1200 Inter-Cabinet Cables
11 Cabinets - Expansion Cabinet Stack
From
Card
Cable
TO
Conn.
RRCU (#1)
S1
BDCL1A-MS1
Cabinet 8 MSBU backplane Connector
RRCU (#1)
S2
BDCL1A-S2
Cabinet 9 MSBU backplane Connector
RRCU (#2)
S1
BDCL1A-MS1
Cabinet 10 MSBU backplane Connector
RRCU (#2)
S2
BDCL1A-S2
Cabinet 11 MSBU backplane Connector
Base Stack RRCU #1
U1
Fiber Optic
Expansion Stack RRCU #1
Base Stack RRCU #2
U1
Fiber Optic
Expansion Stack RRCU #2
Table 7
12 Cabinet System - Basic Stack Cable Connections
12 Cabinets - Base Cabinet Stack
From
TO
Cable
Card
Conn.
Card
Conn.
RRCU #1
M1
HDCL1A-M
EEXBS1
CAB8
RRCU #1
M2
HDCL1A-M
EEXBS1
CAB9
RRCU #2
M1
HDCL1A-M
EEXBS1
CAB10
RRCU #2
M2
HDCL1A-M
EEXBS1
CAB11
RRCU #3
M1
HDCL1A-M
EEXBS1
CAB12
Base Stack RRCU #1
U1
Fiber Optic Cable #1
Expansion Stack RRCU #1
U1
Base Stack RRCU #2
U1
Fiber Optic Cable #2
Expansion Stack RRCU #2
U1
Base Stack RRCU #3
U1
Fiber Optic Cable #3
Expansion Stack RRCU #3
U1
12 Cabinets - Expansion Cabinet Stack
From
Cable
Card
TO
Conn.
RRCU (#1)
S1
BDCL1A-MS1
Cabinet 8 MSBU backplane Connector
RRCU (#1)
S2
BDCL1A-S2
Cabinet 9 MSBU backplane Connector
RRCU (#2)
S1
BDCL1A-MS1
Cabinet 10 MSBU backplane Connector
RRCU (#2)
S2
BDCL1A-S2
Cabinet 11 MSBU backplane Connector
RRCU (#3)
S1
BDCL1A-MS1
Cabinet 12 MSBU backplane Connector
Base Stack RRCU #1
U1
Fiber Optic
Expansion Stack RRCU #1
Base Stack RRCU #2
U1
Fiber Optic
Expansion Stack RRCU #2
Base Stack RRCU #3
U1
Fiber Optic
Expansion Stack RRCU #3
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CIX670/1200 Primary AC Power
CIX670/1200 Primary AC Power
AC Power
The fully configured CIX1200 will require two 20 Ampere, 208 VAC or 240 VAC, single phase power
circuits, one for each equipment stack. Refer to Figure 11.
The seven cabinet Base Cabinet Stack requires a maximum of about 15.5 amps at 240 volts. The five
cabinet Expansion Cabinet Stack requires a maximum of about 11 amps. Therefore, a twelve cabinet
system will require two 20-Amp AC circuits. Refer to the CIX670 and CIX670 rackmount chapters in
the Strata CIX Installation and Maintenance Manual. Follow the wiring procedures appropriate for the
number of cabinets in each stack.
Of course, a one to five cabinet CIX1200 system can use standard 115 VAC power. Refer to the Strata
CIX Installation Manual for more details.
Six or Seven cabinets - one AC cord exits system
Cabinet 1
Power
Supply
Cabinet 2
Power
Supply
Cabinet 3
Power
Supply
Cabinet 4
Power
Supply
Cabinet 5
Power
Supply
Four or five cabinets - one AC cord exits system
Cabinet 8
Power
Supply
Cabinet 9
Power
Supply
Cabinet 10
Power
Supply
Cabinet 11
Power
Supply
Cabinet 12
Power
Supply
208VAC
or 240VAC only
cab-0002
Cabinet 6
Power
Supply
All factory supplied AC power cords must be
replaced with BACL240A cords.
Cabinet 7
Power
Supply
cab-0001
Figure 11
Refer to the CIX Installation and Maintenance
Manual for detailed AC power and Reserve
power batteries instructions.
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CIX670/1200 Primary AC Power
Power and Reserve Power Components
The CIX1200 uses the CIX670 system cabinets. The CIX1200 system AC power input components
and the reserve power requirements are the same as a CIX670 system with the same number of
cabinets. For example, A nine cabinet CIX1200 system in a single location would be configured as a
seven cabinet base stack and a two cabinet expansion stack. The standard CIX670 installation
procedures for a seven cabinet and a two cabinet systems should be used. The tables below list the
components required for AC power input and reserve power for any size system from one to 12
cabinets.
The tables assume that all cabinets are located in a single location and that 240 VAC power will be
used. Refer to the Installation and Maintenance Manual Chapter 3 and Chapter 4.
Table 8
Reserve Power Components for All CIX1200 Systems
Parts Required
Number of
Cabinets
PBTC-3M
BBDB1A
BBTC1A-2.0M
BBTC2A-2.0M1
1
1
0
0
0
2
2
0
0
0
3
0
1
1
3
4
0
1
1
4
5
0
1
2
5
6
0
1
2
6
7
0
1
2
7
8
1
1
2
7
9
2
1
2
7
10
0
2
3
10
11
0
2
3
11
12
0
2
4
12
1 The BBTC2A-2.0M cable cannot be ordered separately. Seven of them are
included with each BBDB1A.
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Table 9
Table 10
AC Power for CIX1200 Rack-mount Cabinets
Parts Required
Number of
Cabinets
BACL240A
BRPSB240A
1
1
0
2
2
1
3
3
1
4
4
2
5
5
2
6
6
3
7
7
3
8
8
3
9
9
4
10
10
4
11
11
5
12
12
5
AC Power for CIX1200 Wall-mount Cabinets
Parts Required
Number of
Cabinets
BACL240A
BPSB240A
1
1
0
2
2
1
3
3
1
4
4
2
5
5
2
6
6
3
7
7
3
8
8
3
9
9
4
10
10
4
11
11
5
12
12
5
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Table 11
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AC Power Components for CIX1200 Floor-mount Cabinets
Parts Required
Number of
Cabinets
BFIF1A
BACL240A
BPSB240A
BCCB240A
1
1
1
1
0
2
1
2
1
0
3
1
3
1
1
4
1
4
2
1
5
1
5
2
1
6
1
6
3
1
7
1
7
3
1
8
2
8
3
2
9
2
9
4
2
10
2
10
4
2
11
2
11
5
2
12
2
12
5
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System Power Factor Check
System Power Factor Check
The Strata CIX power supply was engineered for maximum cost efficiency to provide power for most
configurations. Because of this design, there are some DC power limitations for telephone option
hardware.
The sum of all PCB and telephones –24VDC PFs in a given cabinet cannot exceed 85 for the
CIX1200.
The sum of all PCB +5VDC PFs in a given cabinet cannot exceed 40 for the CIX1200.
Power factors for circuit cards and telephone devices are found in the Strata CIX Installation and
Maintenance Manual. The power factors for the CIX1200 processor cards are shown in the table
below.
Table 12
CIX1200 Processor Cards Power Factors
Card Set
+5 VDC
-24 VDC
HCTU1A
9.6
3.9
HEXAU1A
13.5
5.5
HEXBU1A
17.1
6.9
Use the worksheets in the Strata CIX Installation and Maintenance Manual or the Toshiba CIX Quote
application to calculate the power factors for each cabinet.
Power Supply Configuration
Set power supplies to Base:
•
Base Cabinet
•
All cabinets connected to the Base Cabinet with fiber optic cable
Set Power supplies to Exp:
•
All Expansion Cabinets connected to the Base Cabinet with ribbon cable
Power-On Procedure
1. Power up all fiber optic connected cabinets.
2. Power up the Base Cabinet Stack.
Power-Off Procedure
Important!
When the power is shut down do not apply power again until all of the LEDs on
the power supply panel are fully extinguished.
Turning the power off then on too quickly will result in erroneous LED and LCD
indications on telephones in the fiber optic connected cabinets.
1. Power down the Base Cabinet Stack.
2. Power down all fiber optic connected cabinets.
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HEXBU1 Expanded Processor Cabinet Labels
HEXBU1 Expanded Processor Cabinet Labels
Installing an HEXBU1 processor card allows the Strata CIX1200 system to expand beyond seven
cabinets. CIX670/1200 Base Cabinets produced before April 2008 have a caution label with a notice
that the system may have up to seven power cords. This label must be covered by a new, twelve
power cord, caution label. Each CIX670 and CIX1200 Expansion cabinet, produced before April 2008,
has a Cabinet Number label to identify the cabinet number as 2 ~ 7 for the specific installation,
cabinets 8 ~ 12 will require a new label.
The HEXBU1 processor card box, in addition to the processor, includes:
•
A new, Base cabinet caution label
•
Five new cabinet number labels with cabinet numbers 2 ~ 12.
Apply the new labels as shown below.
Caution Label for the Base Cabinet
1. Remove the new caution label from the HEXBU1 box.
2. Locate the caution label on the
Base Cabinet, refer to the
figure.
3. If the caution label is the old
(seven power cords) type apply
the new (twelve power cords)
caution label over the old label,
covering the old label.
Caution
Label
Cabinet Number Labels
for Expansion Cabinets
8 ~ 12
Expansion cabinets produced prior to April 2008, have cabinet number labels with spaces for cabinets
number 2 through 7. The labels are located inside the floor/wall mount cabinets to the left side of the
card slots. Rackmount cabinet number labels are located on the inside of the cabinet on the right side
of the base. The new cabinet number labels are for expansion cabinets 8 through 12.
1. On each expansion cabinet (8
~12) locate the cabinet number
label.
2. If the label is the old style, place a
new label over the old label.
3. Fill-in the appropriate information
on the new label.
Old label
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HECP1A EMC Shield Kit
HECP1A EMC Shield Kit
The HECP1A kit includes a metal EMI shield and five screws. When the HCTU1A processor is
installed in a wall/floor-mount Strata CIX base cabinet the shield is necessary to meet FCC
requirement for EMC (Electro-Magnetic Compatibility) for the Strata CIX1200 system.
The HECP1A shield kit is not required in rack-mount cabinets or, when any other processor is installed
in a wall/floor-mount base cabinet.
Kit Installation
The kit contains the shield plate and the five screws needed to secure the shield to the inside of the
Strata CIX cabinet front cover.
The following steps detail the installation of the metal shield plate in the front cover. Refer to the Strata
CIX Installation and Maintenance Manual for other installation requirements and procedures.
1. Remove the Base Cabinet front cover.
2. Place the cover face down on a clean surface.
Base Cabinet
Front Panel
3.
Set the shield in the cover. Align the holes in the shield with the mounting boss holes in the
cover.
Metal Plate
Front Panel
Five Screws
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HECP1A EMC Shield Kit
4. Start one screw into each mounting hole.
5. Carefully tighten each screw until just firm. Do NOT over tighten
Metal Plate
6. Replace the front panel on the Base Cabinet.
HCTU1 processor
Front panel with metal
plate attached inside
Note
The HECP1A shield is not needed for rack-mount base cabinets. The HECP1A is only
installed on wall/floor-mount base cabinets, as shown in the figures above.
Important Note: The HECP1A shield must be installed on the wall/floor-mount base cabinet to
meet FCC requirements for EMC (Electro-Magnetic Compatibility).
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General System Information
General System Information
Regulatory Information
Area
Safety
United States
Canada
UL 60950-1 1st Edition CSA-C22.2 No. 60950-1-03 1st Edition
Network
FCC CFR 47 Part 68
TIA/EIA/IS-968
IC CS-03
EMC
FCC CFR 47 Part 15
ICES003:2004
.
FCC Registration Numbers
SYSTEM
CIX1200
Hybrid
KEY
Fully-protected PBXs
Fully-protected multifunction
systems
Fully-protected telephone key
systems
CJ6-MUL-35931-PF-E
CJ6-MUL-35930-MF-E
CJ6-MUL-35929-KF-E
PBX
Environmental Conditions
CAUTION! Equipment is for use in a Restricted Access Location.
•
Operating Temperature: 32 ~ 104 degrees Fahrenheit (0 ~ 40 degrees Centigrade)
•
Operating Humidity: 20~80% relative humidity without condensation
•
Storage Temperature: -4 ~ 140 degrees Fahrenheit (-20 ~ 60 degrees Centigrade)
Location
When selecting a location for the cabinets, the location must be:
•
Dry and clean
•
Well-ventilated
•
Well-illuminated
•
Easily accessible
The location must not be:
•
Subject to extreme heat or cold
•
Subject to corrosive fumes, dust, or other airborne contaminants
•
Subject to excessive vibration
•
Next to television, radio, office automation, or high frequency equipment
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System Capacities
System Capacities
The Strata CIX1200 does not replace the CIX670, it expands the Strata CIX product line.
The CIX1200 Basic and Expanded A configurations are the same port capacity as the CIX670 but offer
expanded feature capability.
Table 13
Cabinet and Slot Capacities
Cabinets/Slots/Ports
Cabinets
Universal slots
Maximum capacity of ports
including Voice Mail ports
(lines + stations)
CIX1200
EXP. B
HCTU+HEXBU
CIX1200
EXP. A 1
HCTU+HEXAU
CIX1200
BASIC 2
HCTU
CIX670
Expanded
Processor
BCTU + BEXU
CIX670
Basic
Processor
BCTU
1 to 12
1 to 7
1 to 2
1 to 7
1 to 2
8 to 68
8 to 18
8 to 68
8 or 18
672
192
672
192
8 to 118
1152
3
1 The CIX1200 Expanded A system has the same cabinet, card slot and port capacities as the CIX670 Expanded
system but offers expanded feature capability. Refer to the tables on the following pages.
2 The CIX1200 Basic system has the same cabinet, card slot and port capacities as the CIX670 Basic system but
offers expanded feature capability. Refer to the tables on the following pages.
3 For 8 to 12 cabinet systems, RRCU cards will require up to 3 card slots in a base cabinet stack and
up to three slots in expansion cabinet stack. Up to a system total of six card slots.
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System Capacities
Table 14
Station/Peripherals System Capacities
CIX670
Expanded
Processor
BCTU + BEXU
CIX670
Basic
Processor
BCTU
552
152
72 (Base)
80 (Exp)
72 (Base)
80 (Exp)
72 (Base)
80 (Exp)
80 (Base)
80 (Exp)
560 System
80 (Base)
80 (Exp)
160 System
80 (Base)
80 (Exp)
560 System
80 (Base)
80 (Exp)
160 System
55 DPs with
1 ADM
43 DPs with 2
ADMs
55 DPs with
1 ADM
43 DPs with 2
ADMs
57 DPs with
1 ADM
43 DPs with 2
ADMs
55 DPs with
1 DADM
43 DPs with
2 DADMs
55 DPs with
1 DADM
43 DPs with
2 DADMs
57 DPs with
1 ADM
45 DPs with 2
ADMs
57 DPs with
1 ADM
45 DPs with 2
ADMs
55 DPs with
1 ADM
45 DPs with 2
ADMs
57 DPs with
1 DADM
45 DPs with
2 DADMs
57 DPs with
1 DADM
45 DPs with
2 DADMs
IADM on IPT3
84/cabinet
80/cabinet
80/cabinet
80/cabinet
80/cabinet
IADM System Capacity
800/system
400/system
116/system
400/system
116/system
952
552
152
552
152
CIX1200
EXP. B
HCTU+HEXBU
CIX1200
EXP. A
HCTU+HEXA
CIX1200
BASIC
HCTU
DKT2000, 3000, 3200,
5000 series1
952
552
152
DKT2000, 3000, 3200,
5000 series per cabinet
72 (Base)
80 (Exp)
72 (Base)
80 (Exp)
IPT telephones2
80 (Base)
80 (Exp)
1000 System
DAMA per Base
cabinet1
DADM per Expansion
cabinet1‘
Stations
DKT2204-CT or
2304-CT
CIX Attendant Console
6
6
6
4
2
Door locks4
10
10
5
10
5
Door phone control boxes
(DDCB)
8
8
3
8
3
Door phones
24
24
9
24
9
24 per System
8 per Station
24 per System
8 per Station
5 per System
5 per Station
15 per System
8 per Station
5 per System
5 per Station
Off-premise stations
944
544
144
544
144
BPCI used for TAPI
only per cabinet
66
66
66
66
66
Total Stations (Digital/
Analog/IP combined)
1000
560
160
560
160
Standard Station
944
544
144
544
144
DTMF Receivers
48
32
16
32
16
Calls existing at the
same time
576
336
96
336
96
DSS consoles (DSS)
1
2
3
4
Limited by power factor
Limited by system traffic
Limited by the number of flexible buttons per system
Each Door lock reduces the number of Door Phones by one Door Phone and vice versa.
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System Capacities
Table 15
Line Capacities
CIX670
Expanded
Processor
BCTU +
BEXU
CIX670
Basic
Processor
BCTU
96
264
96
264
72
264
72
440
264
72
264
72
Tie lines (analog - 4 lines/slot)
440
264
72
264
72
T1 lines (DS-1)1
440
264
96
264
96
440
264
96
264
96
440
264
96
264
96
SIP Trunks
440
264
96
264
96
SIP URI per system
1000
560
160
560
160
SIP Trunk Service Index
128
128
48
128
48
Total lines (Analog, T1, SIP Trunks,
Strata Net, and ISDN PRI B
channels combined)
440
264
96
264
96
Channel Groups
220
128
48
128
48
Number of groups w/ GCO Line
buttons
220
128
50
128
50
Busy Tone Detectors
48
32
16
32
16
CIX1200
EXP. B
CIX1200
EXP. A
CIX1200
BASIC
HEXBU
HEXAU
HCTU Only
CO lines – loop start
(analog - 8 lines/slot)
440
264
CO lines – ground start
(analog - 4 lines/slot)
440
DID lines (analog - 4 lines/slot)
Lines
ISDN PRI B channel lines
Strata Net IP Channels
2
3
1 T1 lines can be loop start, ground start, Tie or DID (maximum 24 lines per unit, any type or
combination).
2 PRI lines provide CO line services, including Strata Net Networking, Calling Party Number/Name, DID, Tie,
POTS, FX and DIT.
3 IP Strata Net channels provides Strata CIX networking functionality.
Table 16
Digital and IP Telephone Station Buttons
CIX670
Expanded
Processor
BCTU +
BEXU
CIX670
Basic
Processor
BCTU
160
560
160
560
160
560
160
264
96
264
96
440
264
96
264
96
220
128
50
128
50
CIX1200
BASIC
CIX1200
EXP. B
CIX1200
EXP. A
HEXBU
HEXAU
HCTU
Only
Call Forward, Personal CF Buttons
1000
560
Caller ID (CLID) button (DP or IPT only)
1000
CO Line Buttons1
440
Station Buttons per System
2
Group CO Line Buttons
2
Pooled CO Line Buttons
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Table 16
Digital and IP Telephone Station Buttons
(continued)
CIX670
Expanded
Processor
BCTU +
BEXU
CIX670
Basic
Processor
BCTU
96
264
96
64
64
64
48000
7000
24000
7000
6000
3360
3360
3360
1344
1344
230
800
230
27000
27000
4200
15000
4200
CIX1200
BASIC
CIX1200
EXP. B
CIX1200
EXP. A
HEXBU
HEXAU
HCTU
Only
CO Group and Pooled Line Buttons2
440
264
Door Unlock Buttons
96
96
Flexible Telephone Buttons
48000
Line and DN Buttons in use at the same time
6000
Message Waiting Registration (DNs with MW)
Multiple Appearances of DNs on Telephones
Station Buttons per System
Night Transfer Buttons
192
192
64
128
64
One Touch Buttons
24000
24000
3500
12000
3500
Primary Directory Numbers [PDNs] per system
1000
560
160
560
160
Phantom Directory Numbers [PhDNs] per
system
4000
4000
640
2240
640
[PhDNs] with Message Waiting Indication LED
192
192
38
128
38
ISDN DNs - System Capacity
768
768
224
768
224
8
8
8
8
8
ISDN DNs - Station Capacity (per station)
1 This is the number of unique CO Line Buttons (i.e., Line 1, Line 2, etc.). The total number of CO Line
Buttons can not exceed the Flexible Telephone Button limit. Example: If Line 1 button appears on 10
telephones, it counts as one button.
2 This is the total number of all GCO or Pooled Line Buttons allowed in a system. Example: If the GCO1
button appears on 10 telephones, it counts as 10 buttons.
Table 17
System Feature Capacities
HEXAU
CIX1200
Basic
HCTU Only
CIX670
Expanded
Processor
BCTU +
BEXU
CIX670
Basic
Processor
BCTU
256
256
200
256
100
1
1
1
1
1
10
10
10
10
10
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Call Forward, System CF Patterns
48
48
10
32
10
Call Park Orbits (General)
96
96
32
64
32
576
336
96
336
96
Features
Pilot DNs
Advisory LCD Messages (Set on a
Telephone)
Advisory LCD Messages Lists (per System)
Attendant Groups
Call Accounting SMDR
Interface1
Call Park Orbits (Individual)
CIX1200
EXP. B
CIX1200
EXP. A
HEXBU
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Maximum: 100
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System Capacities
Table 17
System Feature Capacities
(continued)
HEXAU
CIX1200
Basic
HCTU Only
CIX670
Expanded
Processor
BCTU +
BEXU
CIX670
Basic
Processor
BCTU
600
600
200
200
100
3000
3000
1000
Up to 2000/
system
Up to
1000/
system
CO Line Groups - Incoming Line Groups
(ILG)
220
128
50
128
50
CO Line Groups - Outgoing Line Groups
(OLG)
220
128
50
128
50
Outgoing Line Groups (OLG) Members
per system (Trunks + ISDN Line Service
Index)
660
392
144
392
144
Conference Circuits
128
96
64
96
64
Conferencing (three-parties
simultaneously)2
40
30
20
30
20
Conferencing (eight-parties
simultaneously)2
16
12
8
12
8
6 lines
max.
8 stations
max
6 lines
max.
8 stations
max
6 lines
max.
8 stations
max
6 lines max.
8 stations
max.
6 lines
max.
8 stations
max.
Two-CO Line simultaneous Connection2
(Two party only, no telephone or VM
port)
220
132
48
132
48
Conference/Line Volume Adjustment
(PAD) Groups
32
32
10
32
10
DID Numbers for Calling Number ID/
system
1500
1500
500
1000
500
DNIS/DID Network Routing Numbers
(8~32 digits)
1500
1500
400
1000
400
DNIS/DID Numbers (4~7 digits)
3000
3000
1000
2000
1000
Network DNs
6000
6000
6000
3000
3000
48
32
16
32
16
E911 Groups
8
8
8
8
8
Emergency Call Groups
8
8
8
8
8
Hunt Groups (Serial/Circular/Distributed
combined)
1100
1100
200
640
200
Hunt Group Size (DNs per group)
1000
560
160
560
160
Hunt Group Stations (per system)
5000
5000
800
2800
800
ISDN Line Service Indexes
220
128
48
128
48
Multiple Call Ring Group
96
96
32
64
32
Features
Maximum number of Stations that can
have Caller ID/ANI/CNIS Numbers
stored (Call History records)
Conference Party types (up to 8 total
lines + stations)2
Receivers3
DTMF
Detectors
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and Busy Tone
CIX1200
EXP. B
CIX1200
EXP. A
HEXBU
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System Capacities
Table 17
System Feature Capacities
(continued)
HEXAU
CIX1200
Basic
HCTU Only
CIX670
Expanded
Processor
BCTU +
BEXU
CIX670
Basic
Processor
BCTU
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Off-hook Call Announce Handsets
(simultaneous)
40
30
20
30
20
Off-hook Call Announce to Telephone
Speakers5
592
352
112
352
112
Page Mute External BGM Control Relay4
1
1
1
1
1
Page Zone Relays4
8
8
8
8
8
Page Groups (Phones with or without
External Zones)
24
24
8
8
8
Paging – (Group Page – simultaneous
stations paged)
120
120
120
120
120
Pickup Groups
48
48
10
32
10
Ring Tones (External Call Ring Tones for
DPs and IPTs)
10
10
10
10
10
Ring Tones (Internal Call Ring Tones for
DPs and IPTs)
10
10
10
10
10
Speed Dial - Station SD numbers per
system6
8400
8400
2400
5600
2400
Speed Dial - Station SD numbers per
Station (allocated in increments of 10)
Min: 0
Max: 100
Min: 0
Max: 100
Min: 0
Max: 100
Min: 0
Max: 100
Min: 0
Max: 100
Maximum stations with SD per system
840
840
240
560
240
Speed Dial - System SD numbers per
system
800
800
800
800
800
Stratagy Voice Processing per system
1
1
1
1
1
Tenants
8
8
8
8
8
Destination Restriction Level (DRL)
Classes
16
16
16
16
16
4000
4000
3000
1000
300
1
1
1
1
1
External Ring Repeat - to available
stations
256
256
All
All
All
LCR Exception Table Size
(Prog 521 and 522)
2500
2500
2500
1280
1280
Maximum number of digits in the LCR
Modified Digits Table
19
19
19
19
19
Maximum number of LCR Route Plans
128
128
128
64
64
CSTA Device Monitors
1152
1152
1152
512
512
CSTA Call Monitors
560
560
560
320
320
Features
Night Bell Control Relay per tenant4
Night Transfer Control Relay per
tenant4
Verified Account Codes
Voice Mail SMDI Interface1
CIX1200
EXP. B
CIX1200
EXP. A
HEXBU
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System Capacities
1 SMDI and SMDR may require BSIS serial port or LAN interface.
2 Conference circuits are used dynamically, so the maximum number of simultaneous conferences is
affected by the number of conference members in each conference. The total number of members in
simultaneous conferences cannot exceed the total number of conference circuits. Each conference can
have up to eight members. Two CO line connections do not require a conference circuit.
3 DTMF receivers are required for standard touch tone telephones, voice mail integration, Tie, DID and
DISA lines.
4 An option BIOU is required for up to four zone page relays and four control relays on the CIX670 and
CIX1200 processor.
5 On Digital telephones Speaker OCA capacity is determined by 2B channel slot availability and power
supply. S-OCA requires the DOCA-1A option in DP5000-series digital telephones, but not in IP
telephones. Speaker OCA on IP telephones require an MIPU or LIPU installed in the Strata CIX. Each IP
telephone with Speaker OCA requires two IP channels on the MIPU / LIPU but only requires one IP
endpoint license. The IP OCA channel is only used while the S-OCA call is in progress so it can be
reserved or shared with other telephones for S-OCA but cannot be used as a dedicated IP channel for
another telephone or Strata Net channel. DP5008 and IPT1020-SD do not support Speaker OCA; all
other current Toshiba telephones support S-OCT.
6 Up to 100 Station SD numbers, allocated in increments of 10, can be programmed per station.
Table 18
Hardware Compatibility
Category
Processor Card
Optional Interface Unit
Standard Telephone
Interface
Digital Telephone
Interface
IP Telephone Interface
CO Line Interface
ISDN Interface
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Unit Name
HCTU1 1
HEXAU1
HEXBU1
BCTU2 and BEXU2 2
BIOU 3
BSIS
BSTU, RSTU3, RDSU/RSTS
BSTCIU
BSLU / BSLU
BDKU
BWDKU
BDKS
PDKU2
RDSU, RSTS
BIPU-M2A, BIPU-M1A 4
MIPU / LIPU
BVPU
RCIU/RCIS
RCMU/RCMS
RCOU/RCOS 5
BCOCIU / BCOCIS
RDDU
RDTU2, 3
REMU
RGLU2, RGLU3
BPTU1, RPTU2, RPTU
CIX1200
X
X
X
NC
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X6
CIX670
NC
NC
NC
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X7
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System Capacities
Table 18
Hardware Compatibility
Category
Remote Expansion
Cabinet Interface
Strata Net over IP
Interface
Stations and Terminal
Equipment
Ethernet LAN
V.34 Admin Modem
Base Cabinet
Expansion Cabinet
Power Supply Unit
Conduit Connection Box
Battery Distribution Box
Power Strip
Battery Cable
Battery Charger
X = Compatible
(continued)
Unit Name
RRCU
BIPU-Q1A3
MIPU / LIPU3
Strata CIX PC Attendant Console, BATI
BPCI (USB) - Data or Voice Record TAPI
DP5000 - series
DKT10008
DKT2000
DKT3200/3000
IP5000 - series
IPT1020-SD
IPT2010-SD and IPT2020-SD
IPT2008-SDL
AMDS
CHSUB672
CHSUE672
Data Cable for CIX670 Expansion Cabinet
BPSU672 (120VAC/208VAC/240VAC
power supply)
BCCB120 (120V box)
BCCB240 (240V box)
BBDB1 (new Battery Dist. Box, 7
BBTC2A-2.0M)
RPSB2 (120VAC power strip)
BPSB240 (240VAC power strip)
PBTC-3M
BBTC1A-2.0M
(Built-in)
NC = Not Compatible
CIX1200
CIX670
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Built-in
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Built-in
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Built-in
X
X
X
X
Built-in
1 When the HCTU processor is installed in the base cabinet (CHSUB672A or
CRSUB672A) the system is a Strata CIX1200.
2 When the BCTU processor is installed in the base cabinet (CHSUB672A or
CRSUB672A) the system is a Strata CIX670.
3 The PIOU card used in DK424i systems is not compatible with CIX670 and
CIX1200 systems. The BIOU must be used.
4 If a IP interface card is installed; RCOU1A, RCOS1A RDDU1A, RGLU1A,
RGLU2A, and two-wire REMU1 cards should not be installed to avoid excessive
Echo Return Loss (ERL).
5 The RCOS1A cannot be installed on the RCOU3A. The RCOS3 can be installed
on the RCOU1A.
6 BPTU1, RPTU2, BIPU-Q1A, LIPU, or MIPU is required for Strata Net Networking.
7 BPTU1, RPTU2, BIPU-Q1A, LIPU, or MIPU is required for Strata Net Networking.
8 DKT1000-series telephones do not support continuous DTMF tones.
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