Datasheet
Station Interface Boards
Dialogic® Station Interface
Boards
Dialogic® Station Interface Boards can be used in open-architecture
platforms that integrate large-scale switching and voice processing
resources under a single hardware and software architecture. This
High-Density Station Interface (HDSI) solution is offered in PCI
configuration, which provides the industry’s highest density analog
station connectivity in a single computer chassis slot.
Products Discussed in This Datasheet
• Dialogic® HDSI/480 Station Interface Board
• Dialogic® HDSI/960 Station Interface Board
• Dialogic® HDSI/720 Station Interface Board
• Dialogic® HDSI/1200 Station Interface Board
The HDSI Boards consists of a PCI board with H.100 compliant CT Bus connectivity connected to a Station Interface
Box (SIB). The CT Bus provides switching between trunks and stations and also allows expansion for additional Dialogic®
network and resource boards. Utilizing just one computer chassis slot, this HDSI solution can support up to 120 stations
with tone detection and generation, and FSK Caller ID transmission.
Each HDSI Station Interface Board connects an application-selectable time slot on the CT Bus to an analog station device.
The RJ-21X telephone interface on the SIB enables easy connections to breakout boxes or punchdown blocks. For standard
RJ-11 jack connections, Dialogic offers an optional SA/240 station adapter and a 50-pin cable.
Features
Benefits
Programmable ringing with automatic ring trip
Requires no additional external circuitry for 20 Hz, 25 Hz,
30 Hz, and 50 Hz ring frequencies
Station status event detection
Allows collection of call traffic statistics via the application for
cost-effective management of call setup and call termination
Programmable gain
Provides station volume control from the application and enables
matching line levels from different devices
Onboard FSK generation
Allows the transmission of Caller ID to CLASS, CLIP, and JCLIP-type Caller ID phones, as well as the ability to activate
and deactivate message waiting indicators
Onboard DTMF detection
Recognizes tones generated by phones connected to the stations
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Technical Specifications
HDSI Board
Interfaces
4 (connects to one SIB)
Maximum boards per system
8 (application, call traffic, and CPU dependent)
Control processor
Up to 8 MB local to control processor
Digital signal processor
Motorola 5630x, 1 K word program cache
DSP memory
Up to 15 DSPs @ 100 MIPS each
— 256 K word DRAM local to each DSP
— 128 K word SRAM local to each DSP
Baseboard global memory
32-bit wide DRAM accessible to all signal processors and control processor
Supported operating systems
Windows®; Linux. Details at http://www.dialogic.com/systemreleases
CSP
No
Signaling
Analog loop start
Host Interface
Host interior memory
512 KBr
Bus compatibility
Rev 2.1 of PCI Bus Specification
Bus mode
Target and DMS master mode operation
SIB connectors
4 RJ-48C on rear bracket
Computer telephony bus
ECTF H.100 compliant CT Bus, offering
— Onboard switching access to 4096 bidirectional 64 kb/s DS0 time slots
— SCbus interoperability through provided adapter
— 68-pin ribbon cable connector
Platform
Form factor
PCI long card, single-slot width
12.3 in. (31.24 cm) long (without edge retainer) or 13.3 in. (33.78 cm) long (with edge retainer)
0.79 in. (2 cm) wide (total envelope)
3.87 in. (9.83 cm) high (excluding edge connector
Power Requirements
2
+5 VDC
3.85 A (maximum)
+12 VDC
30 mA (maximum)
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Technical Specifications (cont.)
Environmental
Operating temperature
+32°F (0°C) to +122°F (+50°C)
Cooling condition per maximum operating temperature 5 CFM
Storage temperature
-4°F (–20°C) to 158°F (+70°C)
Humidity
8% to 80% noncondensing
Approvals and Compliance
Hazardous substances
Safety and EMC Certifications
Canada
Europe
RoHS Compliance Information at http://www.dialogic.com/rohs
ICES-003 Class A
ULc CSA 950 Listed File E96804
EN60950
EN55022
EN55024
Japan
VCCI Class A
United States
FCC Part 15 Class A
UL 1950 UL Listed File E96804
International
IEC950
CISPR 22
CISPR 24
Telecom Approvals
United States
EBZUSA-33951-CE-T
Canada
IC:885 10020 X
Country-specific approvals
See the Product Declarations & Global Approvals list at
http://www.dialogic.com/declarations/ or contact your Authorized Distributor
Reliability/Warranty
Estimated MTBF
Per Telcordia Method
HDSI/480: 38,500 hours
HDSI/720: 34,000 hours
HDSI/960: 30,000 hours
HDSI/1200: 27,000 hours
Warranty
Warranty information at http://www.dialogic.com/warranties
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Technical Specifications (cont.)
Station Interface Box (SIB)
Programmable Tone Parameters
Frequency
300 Hz to 3400 Hz, 31.25 Hz increments
Level
–10 dBm0 to –40 dBm0, 3 dB increments
Duration
10 ms to 4 s, 10 ms increments
Interval between
2 s to 17 min (tariff tone only)
Station Interface
Connectors
RJ-21X female for connecting to SA-240 Station Adapter
Signaling type
Loop start originate
Telephone set connection
Two-wire loop start, balanced
Loop current
20 mA +3 mA
Default D-to-A signal level gain
–3 dB adjustable; ±6 dB in 1 dB steps (to telephone line, approximately)
Default A-to-D signal level gain
–3 dB
Impedance
600 Ohms ±7%
2-wire return lost
25.0 dB typical
Receive signal/noise ratio
36 dB + 3 dB (–1 dBm, 1004 Hz)
Noise-to-ground
32 dBrnc +3 dB
Idle channel noise
15 dBrnc +3 dB
Channel-to-channel crosstalk
–70 dB max. (0 dBm, 1004 Hz)
Open loop voltage
–20 VDC +1.5 VDC (with –24 volt supply)
Closed loop current
–20 mA ±3 mA
Clock rate
Expansion: 2.048 Mbs or 1.544 Mbs
Independent: 1.544 Mbs
PCM algorithm
A-law or µ-law, software selectable
Ring voltage
54 Vrms @ 20 Hz, (balanced)
Ringer Equivalency Number (REN)
2 REN max. per station
Telephone ring frequency
20 Hz, 25 Hz, 30 Hz, 50 Hz
Loop length
5280 ft (1 mi/1.609 km), typical (24 gauge)
Dialogic® Analog Station Interface Usage WARNING
This Dialogic® analog station interface product is designed to support analog station equipment only within the walls of a single standalone
building or structure (i.e., on-premise). It is not designed to sustain electrical overstress from external sources and factors such as severe
weather conditions. Electrical overstress can be introduced on cables extending outside of the walls of a single standalone building or
structure (i.e., off-premise) such as in a campus environment or other multibuilding facility. Severe electrical overstress caused by misuse of
this interface product with cables extending outside of the walls of a single standalone building or structure could cause property damage
and/or personal injury and/or death. Such misuse voids the warranty for this interface product.
SIB Power Requirements
100 V – 120 V
3.0 A maximum
200 V – 250 V
1.5 A maximum
50/60 Hz
SIB Interface Cable
4
Type
Standard shielded, RJ-48 male
Length
6 ft (1.828 m) provided
Maximum distance the SIB can be from the HDSI/PCI is 660 ft (201.168 m)
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Technical Specifications (cont.)
SA-240 Station Adapter Kit
Dialogic® Station Interface Boards use the SA-240 station adapter kit. The SA-240 station adapter kit ISA version includes a cable assembly
and an RJ-11 breakout box. The cable has two RJ-21X connectors: one male and one female. The breakout box converts the RJ-21X
connectors into 24 standard RJ-11 connectors for easy connection to standard telephone sets. The same SA-240 breakout box is used for
both ISA and PCI products. The SA-240 can be wall-mounted. If RJ-11 connections are desired, five SA-240 kits are needed for one Dialogic®
HDSI/1200 Station Interface Board.
Telephone set connection
RJ-11 standard connectors
Number of RJ-11 connectors
24
Front panel connector
RJ-21X jack
Dimensions
Length
Width
Height
Weight
24 oz. (.68 kg)
Operating temperature
+32°F (0°C) to +122°F (+50°C)
6.0 in. (15.4 cm)
3.8 in. (9.7 cm)
1.25 in. (3.2 cm) excluding RJ-21X connector
1.50 in. (3.8 cm) including RJ-21X connector
Storage temperature
-4°F (–20°C) to 158°F (+70°C)
Humidity
8% to 80% noncondensing
Cable
Length
Approx. 4.0 ft (1.2 m)
Connectors
RJ-21X, 50-pin male to HDSI/SC board
RJ-21X, 50-pin female standard USOC to breakout box
The HDSI system is provided in four station densities:
• HDSI/480 (the base model) supports 48 stations
• HDSI/720 supports 72 stations
• HDSI/960 supports 96 stations
• HDSI/1200 supports 120 stations
Model
Stations
Interface
Form Factor
SIB
Resource Bus
OS Support
HDSI/480
48
RJ-21X, RJ-11
PCI
2U-19 in.
CT Bus, SCbus
Windows® NT,
Windows® 2000, Linux
HDSI/720
72
RJ-21X, RJ-11
PCI
2U-19 in.
CT Bus, SCbus
Windows® NT,
Windows® 2000, Linux
HDSI/960
96
RJ-21X, RJ-11
PCI
2U-19 in.
CT Bus, SCbus
Windows® NT,
Windows® 2000, Linux
HDSI/1200
120
RJ-21X, RJ-11
PCI
2U-19 in.
CT Bus, SCbus
Windows® NT,
Windows® 2000, Linux
** With optional SA/240 Station Adapter and 50-pin cable
The SIB has an internal power supply that provides loop current (battery) and ring voltage to local telephony devices. The system can handle
multiple stations going on- or off-hook and ringing simultaneously.
All HDSI models are capable of providing the AC voltage needed to ring standard 2500-type telephones and some other phones. The ring
capability is contained within the SIB. The HDSI board defaults to a 33-percent duty cycle ring cadence and can ring 120 phones
simultaneously.
Balanced lines ensure low noise and allow stations to be installed up to 5280 ft (1 mi/1.609 km) from the SIB. Built-in Electrostatic Discharge
(ESD) protection lets agents insert and remove headset jacks without damaging HDSI board circuits.
Application-programmable channel gain controls the volume for each channel and matches line impedances from country-specific telephone
sets and devices.
Station status event detection collects call traffic statistics and enables cost-effective management of call setup/call termination.
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Optional Components
• SA-240 station adapter kit for HDSI
• The following kit components can be ordered separately:
— RJ-21X cable for SIB
— RJ-21X to RJ-11 breakout box
Ordering Information
Product Code
Order Code
Description
HDSI1200PCIW
884-313
120-port Analog Station, PCI
HDSI960PCIW
884-315
96-port Analog Station, PCI
HDSI720PCIW
884-314
72-port Analog Station, PCI
HDSI480PCIW
884-312
48-port Analog Station, PCI
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