Installation Handbook
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Before You Start
In this chapter... .................................................................................................................. 1
Unpacking the XMU+....................................................................................................... 3
Hardware Accessories Checklist........................................................................................... 3
Cable Checklist............................................................................................................................ 4
Rear Panel ..................................................................................................................................... 6
Chapter 2: Installing the XMU+
In this chapter... .................................................................................................................. 9
Connecting the XMU+ to its Power Supply........................................................... 11
To connect AC Power ............................................................................................................ 12
To wire DC Power.................................................................................................................... 12
Chapter 3: Applying Hardware Settings to XMU+ Line Cards
In this chapter... ................................................................................................................ 13
Applying T1 Line Card Settings.................................................................................. 15
RJ45 Pin-Out.............................................................................................................................. 16
To set T1 Primary Option Switch....................................................................................... 16
To set T1 Secondary Option Switch ................................................................................. 18
Chapter 4: Cabling the XMU+
In this chapter... ................................................................................................................ 21
Matching XMU+ Cables and Connectors ............................................................... 23
Matching Connector Pinouts to XMU+ Line Cards .................................................... 25
RJ-21 50-pin Connector ........................................................................................................ 25
RCA/Phono Connectors........................................................................................................ 26
Cabling the XMU+ Control Card................................................................................ 27
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Common Interface Tables (By Application)........................................................... 28
Call Processing/Auto Attendant Applications ............................................................. 28
GPT iSDX and Realitis; Siemens 9005-9006, HiPath 3000/4000; Intecom; ITT
3100; HICOM 300 Series; Mitel SX50, SX200, SX2000; Toshiba Perception
Rolm 9751, CBX 8000, CBX 9000; TadarianCoral. .......................................... 29
AT&T Dimension 2000 .................................................................................................... 29
AT&T G2, G3, and Definity (option 1) ........................................................................ 30
AT&T G2, G3, and Definity (option 2) ........................................................................ 30
AT&T System 75/85 .......................................................................................................... 31
Ericsson MD 110 ................................................................................................................ 31
Harris 20/20 LH and 20/20 M ....................................................................................... 32
Hitachi EDX, MDX, and LDX .......................................................................................... 32
Hitachi HCX-5000 ............................................................................................................. 33
Microtel GTD-5 .................................................................................................................. 33
Microtel Omni .................................................................................................................... 34
NEC NEAX2400 .................................................................................................................. 34
Nortel SL-1®or Meridian-1® (option 1), DMS-100, SL-100, and Centrex ...... 35
Nortel SL-1®or Meridian-1® (option 2) ..................................................................... 35
ROLM 9200 .......................................................................................................................... 36
Siemens Saturn ................................................................................................................. 36
Solid State Junior and Senior Executive .................................................................. 37
MOH Applications................................................................................................................... 37
MWR Applications................................................................................................................... 38
About XMU+ Operating Modes ................................................................................. 39
Continuous Play (CP) ....................................................................................................... 39
Synchronized Continuous Play (SCP) ....................................................................... 39
Level Start/Pulse Return - Single Play (LS/PR-SP) ................................................. 40
Level Start/Pulse Return - Multiple Play (LS/PR-MP) ........................................... 40
Level Start/Level Return - Single Play (LS/LR-SP) ................................................. 40
Pulse Start/Level Return (PS/LR) ................................................................................. 41
Pulse Start/Pulse Return (PS/PR) ................................................................................. 41
Ring Start (R) ....................................................................................................................... 41
Ring Start without Loop Current Check (RN) ......................................................... 41
Ring Start/Tone Disconnect (RT) & (RT+) ................................................................. 41
Ring Start/DTMF Disconnect (RD) .............................................................................. 41
Ring Start/Busy Disconnect (RB) ................................................................................. 41
Ring Start/Busy Disconnect (RB+) .............................................................................. 42
Ring Start/Quick Answer (RQ) ...................................................................................... 42
Ring Immediate (RI) ......................................................................................................... 42
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Chapter 5: Recording and playing a message from the front
panel
To record a message ...................................................................................................... 45
To play a message ........................................................................................................... 45
Chapter 6: Setting line card operating mode
To set line card operating modes.............................................................................. 49
Chapter 7: XMU+ Approvals
In this chapter... ................................................................................................................ 51
XMU+ Approvals.............................................................................................................. 53
Safety Approvals .....................................................................................................................
Telecom Approvals.................................................................................................................
Emissions Approvals ..............................................................................................................
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive ................................
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End User License Agreement
Important Read Carefully ............................................................................................. 56
Software Product License............................................................................................. 56
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Before You Start
This handbook is a guide to aid installation of your XMU+ unit. Full
instructional manuals can be found on the CD included in your shipment.
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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Š
Š
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...
Š
Unpacking the XMU+ on page 3.
Š Hardware Accessories Checklist on page 3.
Š Cable Checklist on page 4.
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Unpacking the XMU+
Unpacking the XMU+
The XMU+ has a number of standard components that accompany it, as well as
several optional accessories that may have been ordered by your company. When you
unpack the XMU+, use the following checklists to ensure that all required
components have been included with your XMU+ unit:
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All standard hardware accessories. See Hardware Accessories Checklist on page 3.
All cables and connectors associated with the XMUCOM+ software. See Cable
Checklist on page 4.
Any optional line cards.
Hardware Accessories Checklist
Use the following checklist to ensure that all standard hardware accessories have been
supplied with the XMU+ unit:
Handset.
Power Cord (AC systems only). Two power cords are required for
XMU+ units with dual AC supplies.
Handset
19" Rack Mounting Bracket and screws (for rack and wall mounting large
chassis).
XMU+ Installation and Maintenance Guide. XMU+ QuickStart Guide.
XMUCOM+ software. (on same CD)
AC Power Cord
MOH cable kit (with MOH line cards only).
See Cable Checklist on page 4 for a list of items included in the
MOH cable kit.
Standard cable kit.
See Cable Checklist on page 4 for a list of items included in the
standard cable kit.
Line Cards (pre-installed).
Rack Mounting Bracket
Rubber feet for XMU+ tabletop mounting.
23" Rack Mounting Bracket and screws, small XMU+ chassis only
(optional).
Wall Mounting Bracket - small XMU+ chassis only (optional).
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Cable Checklist
Several cables and connectors are required to connect the XMU+ unit to XMUCOM+
software, a PBX, and other external devices. Use the following checklist to ensure that
all required cables and converters have either been:
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RJ-11 (standard
telephone) cable
RJ-45 to RJ-45
crossover cable
Included in the cable kit(s) shipped with the XMU+. The standard cable kit is
always included with the XMU+, while the MOH cable kit is only shipped with
those XMU+ units ordered with an MOH card.
Purchased separately. Many industry standard cables are not provided with the
XMU+, since the number and types of these cables needed depend on the number
and types of line cards installed in the XMU+.
Type of cable...
# included...
# to be
purchased...
RJ-11 connector and standard telephone
cable for modem connection to the
XMUCOM+ PC.
0
# required:_____
RJ-45 to RJ-45 crossover cable for Ethernet
(direct) connection to the XMUCOM+ PC.
1 in standard
cable kit
# required:_____
RJ-45 connector and Category 5 UTP cable
for Ethernet (direct) connection to the
XMUCOM+ PC.
0
# required:_____
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RJ-21 cable
Type of cable...
# included...
# to be
purchased...
RJ-21 50-pin male connector and
appropriate coaxial cable to connect each
line card to a PBX or other external device.
0
# required:___________
Standard RCA/Phono male connector and
appropriate cable for each MOH input and
output port.
In each MOH
cable kit:
# required:
lead
Š 2 RCA to
RCA
RCA/Phono cable
RJ-45 connector
___________
Š 4 RCA to
___________
# required:
RJ-45 connector and Category 5 UTP cable
for each T1 line card.
0
RJ-21 to RJ-11 breakout cable (optional).
This cable converts the RJ-21 to eight RJ-11
connectors.
Can be
included (if
ordered with
XMU+).
RJ-21 to unterminated 20 ft. cable
(optional).
Can be
included (if
ordered with
XMU+).
# required:
RJ-21 to eight RJ45 connector
Can be
included (if
ordered with
XMU+).
# required
___________
___________
# required:
___________
___________
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Rear Panel
The rear panel features differ between the small and large XMU+ chassis.
Small Chassis
Large Chassis
Feature...
Control Card
Provides ports for the following functions...
Š MODEM - RJ-11 port used to connect to XMUCOM+.
Š REMOTE - RJ-11 port used to program messages
from a remote location using a touch tone telephone.
Š ALARM - Provides 2 x 5 header connections for
alarm circuitry.
Š SERIAL-1 - RS-232 port used for future applications.
Š SERIAL-2 - RS-232 port used for future applications.
Š NETWORK - RJ-45 port used to connect to
XMUCOM+ via an Ethernet network.
Š
Hybrid Analog
Line Card
RJ-21 port used to perform analog ACD, Call
Processing, and Auto Attendant applications.
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Feature...
Provides ports for the following functions...
MOH Line Card
Standard RCA/Phono input/output ports used to
perform music-on-hold functions.
T1 Line Card
RJ-45 port used to perform digital ACD, Call
Processing, and Auto Attendant applications.
Blank Face Plate
Warning
Warning sticker placed on unusable slots.
AC Power Input
AC power input connector. On the XMU+ small chassis,
the front panel LED illuminates to indicate power to the
unit.
On the XMU+ large chassis, a status indicator is
associated with each power input.
Š Green - OK/Online.
Š Red - Fault/Power Fail.
DC Power Input
DC power input connector. On the XMU+ small chassis,
the front panel LED illuminates to indicate power to the
unit.
On the XMU+ large chassis, a status indicator is
associated with each power input.
Š Green - OK/Online.
Š Red - Fault/Power Fail.
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Installing the XMU+
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.
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
Connecting the XMU+ to its Power Supply on page 11.
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Connecting the XMU+ to its Power Supply
Connecting the XMU+ to its Power Supply
The XMU+ small chassis can be connected to either an AC or DC power supply.
The appropriate Power Supply card comes pre-installed in the back of the unit, as
shown below:
Small Chassis with AC Power Supply
AC Power
The XMU+ large chassis can also be connected to either an AC or DC power supply.
In some cases, the XMU+ large chassis will have dual power supplies installed to
ensure that a secondary power supply is available if the primary power supply to the
XMU+ fails, as shown below. The dual power supplies can be one AC and one DC, dual
AC, or dual DC. In these cases, you will need to connect both XMU+ power supplies.
Large Chassis with Dual Power Supply (AC and DC)
LED indicators
DC Power
AC Power
When dual power supplies are available, both supplies will have an LED indicator that
will be green when the supplies are working normally (sharing the power supply
load). If one of the power supplies goes out of service (the LED showing red), the other
power supply takes over the entire load.
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To connect AC Power
The AC outlet on the XMU+ is auto voltage sensing, from 110 VAC to 240 VAC.
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:
XMU+ AC Port
Note: Since the AC power cord is the disconnect for the XMU+, ensure that the AC
receptacle is near the unit.
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.
1.
Connect the appropriate end of the detachable power cord to the nearest 110/
240 VAC outlet.
2.
Connect the other end of the power cord to the AC port on the XMU+.
3.
Since the XMU+ immediately activates when it is supplied with AC power, you
should check system startup.
4.
Repeat Steps 1 and 2 for systems with a secondary AC power supply.
To wire DC Power
Certain PBX units supply a DC voltage to which the XMU+ can be connected using a
flying lead wire. For dual DC power supplies, use two flying lead wires and a separate
terminal strip and fuse for each. XMU+ DC power should always be wired by a DCwiring trained technician.
Note:
1.
Connect the appropriate -48 VDC wires to the designated inputs on the XMU+
terminal strip:
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Š
XMU+ DC Port
Flying Lead Wire
& Terminal Strip
Before you start to wire DC power, ensure the correct fuse rating (5 amps minimum)
is used by the PBX. The actual fuse rating used to wire the XMU+ DC power should
not exceed the safe rating of the wire used.
Ground to
Positive to +
Negative to -
2.
Connect the appropriate -48 VDC wires to the designated outputs on the PBX.
3.
Since the XMU+ immediately activates when it is supplied with DC power, you
should check system startup.
4.
Repeat Steps 1 to 3 for systems with a secondary DC power supply.
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.
Note:
Note: Since the AC power cord is the disconnect for the XMU+, ensure
that the AC receptacle is near the unit.
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.
Interalia cannot be held responsible for damage to parts or equipment
caused by improper handling or installation.
In this chapter...
Š
Applying T1 Line Card Settings on page 15.
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Applying T1 Line Card Settings
Applying T1 Line Card Settings
T1 is a high-speed, dedicated connection that is capable of transferring digital signals
at 1.544 Mbps (megabits per second).
The XMU+ T1 line card provides support for industry standard T1 digital
communication interfaces. It lets the XMU+ connect to a T1 communication link,
which provides 24 T1 user channels, each capable of 64Kbps (kilobits per second).
When placed in a small chassis XMU+, the T1 line card controls all the lines. When
placed in a large chassis XMU+, T1 line 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 line card is plugged into slot 1, it controls all of the lines in
slots 1 to 4, but slots 5 to 8 remain available for other line cards.
The following table maps the 24 T1 channels to the XMU+ lines:
T1 Channel...
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
XMU+ Slot 1: Line
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
T1 Channel
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
XMU+ Slot 2: Line
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
T1 Channel
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
XMU+ Slot 3: Line
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Note:
Slot 4 is used to control slots 1, 2, and 3.
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RJ45 Pin-Out
The diagram below shows the RJ45 jack on the T1 line card. The XMU+ receives data
on pins 1 & 2, and transmits on pins 4 & 5.
The pins must be swapped if the PBX T1 card
uses the same transmit and receive pins
To set T1 Primary Option
Switch
The Primary Option Switch determines the line coding method, the transmit line
buildout, and the receiver equalization.
1.
Locate the T1 line card in the back of the XMU+ unit.
2.
Locate the primary option switch T1 line card faceplate, as shown below:
3.
Use the table below to set primary option switch 1 to the correct line coding
method.
Line Coding Method
Option Switch 1
AMI
On
B8ZS *
Off
Note:
* = default factory setting
On = Up, Off = Down
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4.
Use the table below to set primary option switches 2, 3, and 4 to the correct
transmit line buildout.
Transmit Line
Build Out
Option
Switch 2
Option
Switch 3
Option
Switch 4
0 to 133 Ft / 0 dB *
On
On
On
133 to 266 Ft
On
On
Off
266 to 399 Ft
On
Off
On
399 to 533 Ft
On
Off
Off
533 to 655 Ft
Off
On
On
-7.5 dB
Off
On
Off
-15 dB
Off
Off
On
-22.5 dB
Off
Off
Off
Note:
5.
* = default factory setting
On = Up
Off = Down
Use the table below to set primary option switch 5 to enable or disable receiver
auto equalization. If receiver auto equalization is enabled, option switches 6, 7,
and 8 have no effect.
Receiver Auto Equalization
Option Switch 5
Enabled
On
Disabled *
Off
Note:
* = default factory setting
On = 0 (Up), Off = 1 (Down)
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6.
Use the table below to set primary option switches 6, 7, and 8 to the correct
receiver equalization. Receiver auto equalization must be disabled (switch 5)
before option switches 6, 7, and 8 can be set.
Receiver Equalization Select
Option
Switch 6
Option
Switch 7
Option
Switch 8
None *
On
On
On
6dB
On
On
Off
12dB
On
Off
On
18dB
On
Off
Off
24dB
Off
On
On
Reserved for future equalization settings.
Off
On
Off
Reserved for future equalization settings.
Off
Off
On
Reserved for future equalization settings.
Off
Off
Off
Note:
7.
* = default factory setting
On = Up, Off =Down
Ensure the LED status indicator on the faceplate is flashing green, indicating
proper operation. If the LED indicator is flashing red, troubleshoot.
To set T1 Secondary Option Switch
The Secondary Option Switch is used to select the protocol/signaling method to be
used by the line card. By default, the secondary option switch of the T1 line card is set
to the Loop Start protocol.
1.
Locate the T1 line card in the back of the XMU+ unit.
2.
Loosen the two thumbscrews on either end of the line card’s faceplate.
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3.
Pull the T1 line card straight out.
Locate the secondary option switch on the side of the T1 line card, as shown
below:
Secondary Option Switch
4.
Set the secondary option switch on the side of the T1 line card to the
appropriate protocol, as defined by the following table.
T1 Protocol Selector...
Note:
Reserved
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
Loop Start (FXS) D4 *
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
Loop Start (FXS) ESF
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
Clear Channel D4
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
Clear Channel ESF
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
* = default factory setting
Closed = 0, Open = 1
Caution...
5.
Line up the line card’s circuit board on the plastic rails in the chassis.
Forcing the T1 line
card into place
could bend the
pins on the
connector.
6.
Slide the line card into place. When seating the line card, there should be slight
resistance. Do not force the line card into place.
7.
Tighten the thumbscrews.
8.
Repeat Steps 1 to 8 if another T1 line card is to be installed in the XMU+.
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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:
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Alarm connection.
Telephone lines for Remote Access and modem connections.
Ethernet connection.
Direct RS-232 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
Matching XMU+ Cables and Connectors on page 23
Cabling the XMU+ Control Card on page 27.
Common Interface Tables (By Application) on page 28.
About XMU+ Operating Modes on page 39.
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Matching XMU+ Cables and Connectors
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.
Some cables are shipped with the XMU+, but others may need to be purchased
separately.
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.
SERIAL-1 RS-232
connector
Perform future
applications.
SERIAL-2 RS-232
connector
Perform future
applications.
NETWORK RJ-45
Set up connections to
XMUCOM+ software via
an Ethernet network.
ACD
Automatic Call
Distribution
MWR
Mini Weather
Radio
MOH
Music On Hold
CAT5
Standard
Category 5
One of the following:
Š RJ-45 to RJ-45 (6ft.)
Category 5 UTP
network connector
and cable for LAN
connection.
Š RJ-45 to RJ-45
crossover cable for
(direct) connection.
Low
Impedance
Line Card
J5 - RJ-21
Female
Connector
Performs ACD/UCD
applications only.
Amphenol RJ-21
50-pin male connector
and cable.
MWR Line
Card
J5 - RJ-21
Female
Connector
Performs Mini Weather
Radio applications only.
Amphenol RJ-21
50-pin male connector
and cable.
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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 XMU+ Cables and Connectors
Matching Connector Pinouts to XMU+ Line Cards
Most XMU+ line cards are cabled using the RJ-21 50-pin Connector on page 25.
Exceptions include:
Š
Š
The MOH line card, which uses the RCA/Phono Connectors on page 26.
T1 line cards, which use a digital signal to connect to the XMU+.
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.
Low Impedance line card.
MWR line card.
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
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).
Caution: The large chassis (model numbers 28094/28095/48094/48095) can accommodate no more
than two model 27804/47804 MOH cards configured for 8 Ohm operation.
Caution: Achtung! Das große Platinenaufnahmerahmen (Modellnummern 28094/28095/48094/
48095) kann nicht mehr als zwei für den 8 Ohm Betrieb konfigurierte (Modellnummern
27804/47804) MOH-Karten beherbergen.
XMU+ Installation Handbook rev.06
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...
MODEM
(RJ-11 connector)
Is used by XMU+ to...
Provide external communication with
XMUCOM+ software.
Note:
Modem Status Indicators
the modem must be connected with 26
AWG hook-up wire / PSTN line cord
The indicator displays the MODEM port status:
Š
Š
Green - carrier detect.
Yellow - transmit and receive data.
REMOTE
(RJ-11 connector)
Program messages from a remote location using
a touch tone telephone.
ALARM
(2 x 5 header connection)
Connect XMU+ to alarm circuitry.
SERIAL-1
(RS-232 connector)
Provide future applications.
SERIAL-2
(RS-232 connector)
Provide future applications.
NETWORK
(RJ-45 connector)
Provide external communication with
XMUCOM+ software.
Network Status Indicators
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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Common Interface Tables (By Application)
The following tables describe the PBX, announcer, and transmitter interfaces for each
XMU+ application.
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.
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).
XMU+ Installation Handbook rev.06
Common Interface Tables (By Application)
GPT iSDX and Realitis; Siemens 9005-9006, HiPath 3000/4000;
Intecom; ITT 3100; HICOM 300 Series; Mitel SX50, SX200, SX2000;
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
Line 5
PinColor
Line 6
PinColor
Line 7
PinColor
Line 8
PinColor
PBX Operation Mode: Ring Start (R).
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
PBX Operation Mode: Pulse Start/Level Return (PS/LR NC).
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).
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).
Configuration is using a TN 763C card. Ground must come from Circuit Pack, Strap the SZ lead to ground
XMU+ Installation Handbook rev.06
Common Interface Tables (By Application)
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).
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).
MD 110 is set to type II 2 wire. Var=00, Type=RA1
Connect S - Batt from PABX to Aux - Batt
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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).
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).
Connect announcer to Hitachi card number 4SRBWT. Connect SS0 lead to system ground.
XMU+ Installation Handbook rev.06
Common Interface Tables (By Application)
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).
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).
Connect SSG lead to system ground.
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Cabling the XMU+
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
Gound*
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).
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).
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
XMU+ Installation Handbook rev.06
Common Interface Tables (By Application)
Nortel SL-1®or Meridian-1® (option 1), DMS-100, SL-100, 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).
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.
Nortel 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).
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.
SL-1: Connect announcer to QPC74 Recorded Announcement Circuit Pack. Configure SL-1 for a Cook Electric 201
Announcer.
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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).
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).
Connect announcer to E&M Trunk Card.
XMU+ Installation Handbook rev.06
Common Interface Tables (By Application)
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).
MOH Applications
The following table describes the cabling of MOH line cards to a PBX.
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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MWR Applications
The following table describes the cabling of MWR line cards to a transmitter.
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
XMU+ Installation Handbook rev.06
About XMU+ Operating Modes
About XMU+ Operating Modes
XMU+ operating modes are PBX dependant. 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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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.
XMU+ Installation Handbook rev.06
About XMU+ Operating Modes
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) & (RT+)
Will disconnect after 4 seconds of continuous tone (RT+ is less sensitive to far-end
background noise than RT)
Ring Start/DTMF Disconnect (RD)
Will disconnect on A, B, C or D.
Ring Start/Busy Disconnect (RB)
Will disconnect on two cycles of busy tone.
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Ring Start/Busy Disconnect (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 (during ring cycle.)
Recording and playing a
message from the front
panel
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Recording and playing a message from the front panel
XMU+ Installation Handbook rev.06
To record a message
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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Setting line card operating
mode
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Setting line card operating mode
XMU+ Installation Handbook rev.06
To set line card operating modes
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:
Note:
The Front Panel will show only the operating modes that are
valid for the particular card that is installed. For example, the
list of operating modes displayed for an Interactive line card is
much shorter than the list of operating modes displayed for a
Hybrid Analog line card.
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R - Ring Start with loop detect (default for 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 - Ring with busy disconnect.
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.
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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.
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, RQ, 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.
XMU+ Approvals
The Approvals information in this chapter details the standards that XMU+
conforms with.
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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.
Note:
Note: Since the AC power cord is the disconnect for the XMU+, ensure
that the AC receptacle is near the unit.
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.
In this chapter...
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XMU+ Approvals on page 53.
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XMU+ Approvals
XMU+ Installation Handbook rev.06
XMU+ Approvals
XMU+ Approvals
The following approvals information details the North American and European Information
Technology Equipment (ITE) standards with which the XMU+ conforms:
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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
CSA Test report 1678029
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, Part68/121002/01, TBR21/121001/01
Industry Canada (IC) CS-03
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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Emissions Approvals
CSA Test report 1678029
FCC Part 15
Radiated Emissions - Class A (North America)
FCC Part 15
Conducted Emissions - Class A (North America)
EN55022
Radiated Emissions - Class A (CE) **
EN55022
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.
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)
Directive
In the European Union, this label indicates that this product should
not be disposed of with household waste. It should be deposited at an
appropriate facility to enable recovery and recycling.
End User License Agreement
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of defects in material and workmanship for a period of one
year from the date of shipment. All defects will be repaired
without charge upon return of the unit to the factory.
This warranty is null and void if any modifications have been
made to the unit or if the unit has been subject to physical or
electrical stress as determined by the manufacturer.
This warranty covers parts and labour only and does not
include shipping costs, traveling expenses or travel time.
Installation of the equipment is the sole responsibility of the
purchaser. The manufacturer, its agents or distributors, accept
no responsibility for malfunction or damage caused by
improper connection of the unit.
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software product over an internal network. However, you must acquire and
dedicate a license for the software product for each computer on which the
software product is used. A license for the software product may not be
shared or used concurrently on different computers.
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Back up Utility: You may create a back-up copy of the software product
solely for archival purposes.
Description of Other Rights and Limitations.
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Limitations on Reverse Engineering, Decompilation and Disassembly.
You may not reverse engineer, decompile, or disassemble the software
package, except and only to the extent that such activity is expressly
permitted by application law notwithstanding this limitation.
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Termination. Without prejudice to any other rights, Interalia® may terminate
this agreement if you fail to comply with the terms and conditions of this
agreement. In such event, you must destroy all copies of the software
product and all of its component parts.
3.
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version, you may use or transfer the Software Product only in
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4.
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