Samsung 7200 Installation manual

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OfficeServ 7200
Installation Manual
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Purpose
This manual provides information (installing cabinets, mounting and replacing boards,
connecting external batteries, power, C.O. lines, stations and additional equipment, starting
the system) required for installing the Samsung OfficeServ 7200.
Audience
This manual is intended for personnel who install the Samsung OfficeServ 7200.
Document Content and Organization
This manual consists of eight chapters and an abbreviation as follows:
CHAPTER 1. Before Installing
Describes items to check when inspecting the installation site and the grounding and power
conditions before installing the OfficeServ 7200.
This chapter also describes the items included in the OfficeServ 7200 package and the
installation procedure.
CHAPTER 2. Installing Cabinets
Describes how to install an OfficeServ 7200 cabinet on the ground, inside rack or on a wall,
depending on the installation environment, and how to connect the grounding wire.
CHAPTER 3. Mounting and Replacing Boards
Describes how to mount and replace various boards of the OfficeServ 7200.
CHAPTER 4. Connecting External Batteries
Describes how to connect external batteries to the OfficeServ 7200.
CHAPTER 5. Connecting Power
Describes how to connect power to the OfficeServ 7200.
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CHAPTER 6. Connecting C.O. Lines
Describes how to connect C.O. lines to the OfficeServ 7200.
CHAPTER 7. Connecting Stations and Additional Equipment
Describes how to connect various stations and additional equipment, such as analog/digital
phones, door phones and door locks, to the OfficeServ 7200.
CHAPTER 8. Starting the System
Describes items to check before starting the OfficeServ 7200, the procedure for starting the
system, and the procedure for testing whether the system is normally operating after startup.
ABBREVIATION
Introduces the acronyms and their full terms.
Conventions
The following special paragraphs are used in this manual to point out information that must
be read. This information may be set-off from the surrounding text, but is always preceded
by a bold title in capital letters.
WARNING
Provides information or instructions that the reader should follow in order to avoid
personal injury or fatality.
CAUTION
Provides information or instructions that the reader should follow in order to avoid
a service failure or damage to the system.
CHECKPOINT
Provides the operator with checkpoints for stable system operation.
NOTE
Indicates additional information as a reference.
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Reference
OfficeServ 7200 System Description
This guide introduces the Samsung OfficeServ 7200 and describes the hardware
configuration, specifications, and functions of the OfficeServ 7200, which are required for
understanding the OfficeServ 7200.
OfficeServ 7200 Service Manual
Describes the programming for the system overview, specification, hardware circuit
configuration and feature, troubleshooting, maintenance.
OfficeServ 7200 Data Server User Guide
Describes the data server, which is the OfficeServ 7200 application software and describes
the installation and operation procedure.
OfficeServ 7200 Data Server Operation Manual
Describes to set the data server according to the OfficeServ 7200 function.
OfficeServ 7000 series Call Server Programming Manual
Describes programming methods for the OfficeServ 7000 series systems.
Installation Tool User Guide
Describes the Installation Tool which is MMC programming tool for PC.
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Revision History
EDITION
DATE OF ISSUE
REMARKS
00
12. 2003.
Original
01
05. 2005.
- Modifying the brand name
(Before: OfficeServ SME Installation Guide,
After: OfficeServ 7200 Installation Manual)
- Modifying edit format (Deleting ED at page header)
- Modifying cover page design and overall edit format and
improving sentence expression
- Introduction: Modifying the related documents
Chapter 1: Change of power supply standard, change of
package product, addition of external rectifier.
Chapter 2: Changed method of Installing cabinets on the wall,
additional update of grounding connection
Chapter 3: Change of jumper setting for interface board,
change of cabinet configuration and specification, WIM board
correction, additional update for LIM-P board, update for
connecting Power Fail Transfer
Chapter 4: Additional update for connecting external rectifier
Chapter 6: Additional update for C.O line connection
Chapter 7: Changed function for RJ-45 pin for TEPRI, 16SLI,
8HYB, and 16DLI board, change of connection diagram of IP
phone, change of wireless LAN equipment connection,
additional update of terminal connection
Chapter 8: Additional checking update for fan operation
Addition of Abbreviation
02
11. 2008.
- Changed the name of the LIM-P board to ‘PLIM’.
- Boards added: PLIM2, 8TRK2, 16TRK, TEPRIa, 4HTRK,
MGI16, 8SLI2, 8COMBO2, GPLIM, GPLIMT, GSIM, GSIMT
- 4DSL, WBS24, 4WLI, WIP-5000M are deleted.
- Added SMT-R2000 and SMT-W5100
- Added MP20
03
11. 2009.
- Added MP20S, UNI, 2BRM, 4TRM , 4DLM, 4SL2, 4SLM,
4SWM, and OAS
- Deleted MCP, TEPRI and MGI due to product discontinuity
04
04. 2010.
- Deleted 8SLI, 16DLI, 16SLI, 8HYB, 8HYB2, 8COMBO, GPLIM,
GSIM, 4SWM, MFM, RCM due to product discontinuity
- Added CNF24
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SAFETY CONCERNS
For product safety and correct operation, the following information must be given to the
operator/user and shall be read before the installation and operation.
Symbols
Caution
Indication of a general caution
Restriction
Indication for prohibiting an action for a product
Instruction
Indication for commanding a specifically required action
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Warning
WARNING
Cautions for grounding
- Do not connect the grounding wire of the OfficeServ 7200 to a power conduit of
a building.
- The standards for power and grounding should comply with the country
standard and the pertinent work should be conducted according to the country
standard.
- External grounding is required to prevent human injuries or system damages
caused by lightning, static electricity, or voltage surge.
- Plug the AC power cable out before connecting a ground wire. If not, it may
cause deadly risk.
- Connect the OfficeServ 7200 to the outlet with the safety ground.
- The GND in the back of the OfficeServ 7200 must be grounded.
External Grounding
External grounding is required to prevent human injuries or system damages
caused by lightning, static electricity, or voltage surge.
The ground line should be a copper line with a cross section of 4.0 mm2 or larger.
Do not use a general AC grounding. If you use a general AC grounding, the
system may have an abnormal symptom due to noise generated from other
devices which use the AC power grounding.
Connecting the trunk line
Do not connect the office circuit lines in lightening day or during rainstorm.
Momentary high-voltage may cause bodily damage or system damage.
AC power connection inhibited
Use only the AC power of the system in the AC outlet. If the AC power is used
together with other equipment, a system failure or a fire may occurs because of
noise or voltage drop.
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CAUTION
Caution for Mounting a Board
This product uses an air flow method by a forced air cooling with a fan.
Therefore, an empty slot may have a bad influence on the system operation by
lowering cooling efficiency. To avoid this problem, stiffeners should be mounted
on all the slots during the system installation.
Connecting external batteries
Do not connect external AC power to the system before completing the
connection between batteries and the system. If so, it may cause electric shock
Check the specified polarity (+ or -) to connect external batteries.
Connecting a Rectifier
Do not connect the battery for power failure protection to a PoE connecting
terminal.
Use of External Rectifiers against Power Failure
Since an external rectifier for power failure operation is used along with PoE and
the system, the capacity of the external rectifier should be bigger than 20 A.
When the rectifier is used for power failure operation, restrictions occur in the
terminal connected to PoE. For more detailed information, refer to ‘Cautions for
Connecting Stations’.
Connecting a Power Line
When connecting an AC power line to the system, the Ferrite-core enclosed in the
package should be attached to that power line in advance to minimize the
Electro-Magnetic Compatibility (EMC) effect.
Mounting the SFP TX Module
If you apply an excessive mount of force when you mount the Small Form Factor
Pluggable TX module (SFP TX module) in a Gigabit 2-level cage of the GPLIMT,
it may cause a contact failure leading to abnormal operation of the product.
When mounting the SFP TX module and its cables, make sure that they are
mounted correctly by checking the status of the link LED on the front panel of the
GPLIMT. A contact failure can occur only in the SFP TX module.
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Metal Accessories Prohibited
Do not wear metal accessories such as rings and watches to prevent electrical
damages to the system.
Non-allowed AC Power Connection to Other Equipment
Do not use the AC power of the OfficeServ 7200 or the DC power of an external
battery to operate other equipment.
Caution for Installation
Only a trained service staff can install the OfficeServ 7200.
The equipment intended only for installation in a RESTRICTED ACCESS
LOCATION.
Check the power when mounting or dismounting boards
Mount/Dismount a board to/from the slot of the cabinet after powering off the
cabinet. If not, it may cause damage in the board or a fire.
Mounting the GSIMT board
Only one GSIMT board can be mounted per the cabinet. If you mount boards
more than the capacity limit, it may cause malfunction of the PSU due to
overload.
Mounting the GPLIMT Board
Only one GPLIMT board can be mounted per the cabinet. When using an
external rectifier, up to two boards can be mounted. If you mount boards more
than the capacity limit, it may cause malfunction of the PSU due to overload.
Mounting the OAS in 16 channels slot
If the OAS is mounted on one of 16 channels slot, no board can be mounted on
the other slot. If any board is mounted on the other slot, the board will not work. (If
the slot 1 is occupied with the OAS, the slot 2 should be empty. And if the slot 2 is
occupied with the OAS, the slot 1 should be empty.
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Removing Cables
Replace a board after removing all cables connected to the board.
Resetting the Board
You have the reset to board to apply the new settings. If the board is not reset
correctly, it may cause product malfunction.
AC Power
Use the stable power for the AC power of the system.
Temporary power failure caused by the unstable power supply may cause system
fault or battery failure.
Mounting or Dismounting a Board
Before replacing a board which can be mounted or dismounted while the system
is operating, make sure to disconnect the cables connected at the front of the
system. Make sure to mount a new board into the slot 10 seconds after
dismounting the old one.
Caution for PoE Power Supplying When Operating the System with Battery
Power due to a Power Failure
When the system is operated with an external battery power due to a power
failure, the battery voltage drops gradually as time goes on. If it drops below -45
V, the PoE power supplied to IP phones become blocked. But other cards operate
normally until the battery power drops to -42 V.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
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Purpose .................................................................................................................................................. I
Audience ................................................................................................................................................. I
Document Content and Organization..................................................................................................... I
Conventions ........................................................................................................................................... II
Reference ............................................................................................................................................. III
Revision History .................................................................................................................................... IV
SAFETY CONCERNS
V
Symbols ................................................................................................................................................. V
Warning ................................................................................................................................................ VI
Caution................................................................................................................................................. VII
CHAPTER 1. Before Installing
1.1
1-1
Location Conditions ............................................................................................................... 1-1
1.1.1
Safety Conditions .................................................................................................................. 1-1
1.1.2
Temperature/Humidity Conditions ........................................................................................ 1-1
1.2
Grounding Conditions ........................................................................................................... 1-2
1.3
Power Conditions ................................................................................................................... 1-3
1.4
Checking the Package ........................................................................................................... 1-4
CHAPTER 2. Installing Cabinets
2-1
2.1
Procedure for the System Installation .................................................................................. 2-1
2.2
Selecting Installation Method ................................................................................................2-1
2.3
Installing in a Rack ................................................................................................................. 2-2
2.4
2.3.1
Cautions for Installation ........................................................................................................ 2-2
2.3.2
Required Tools ...................................................................................................................... 2-2
2.3.3
Installing in a Rack ................................................................................................................ 2-3
Installing on a Wall ................................................................................................................. 2-5
2.4.1
Required Tools ...................................................................................................................... 2-5
2.4.2
Wall Installation ..................................................................................................................... 2-6
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2.5
Connecting Grounding Wires ............................................................................................... 2-9
CHAPTER 3. Mounting and Replacing Boards
3-1
3.1
Cabinet Configuration ........................................................................................................... 3-1
3.2
Mounting Control Boards...................................................................................................... 3-6
3.3
3.2.1
Setting Switches and Mounting Optional Boards ................................................................. 3-6
3.2.2
Mounting Control Boards .................................................................................................... 3-11
3.2.3
Connecting MP20 to LCP ................................................................................................... 3-13
Mounting Interface Board ................................................................................................... 3-14
3.3.1
Setting Switches and Mounting Optional Boards ............................................................... 3-14
3.3.2
Mounting Interface Board to Slot ........................................................................................ 3-25
3.4
Connecting Power Fail Transfer ......................................................................................... 3-28
3.5
Replacing Boards ................................................................................................................ 3-29
CHAPTER 4. Connecting External Batteries
4-1
4.1
Connecting External Batteries.............................................................................................. 4-1
4.2
Connecting External Rectifier............................................................................................... 4-3
CHAPTER 5. Connecting Power
5-1
5.1
Cautions when Connecting Power ....................................................................................... 5-1
5.2
Procedure for Connecting Power ......................................................................................... 5-2
CHAPTER 6. Connecting C.O. Lines
6-1
6.1
Line Conditions ...................................................................................................................... 6-1
6.2
Connecting C.O. Lines .......................................................................................................... 6-2
6.2.1
Cautions when Connecting C.O. Lines ................................................................................ 6-2
6.2.2
Connecting Common C.O. Lines ......................................................................................... 6-2
6.2.3
Connecting T1/E1/PRI .......................................................................................................... 6-4
6.2.4
Connecting a Leased Line .................................................................................................... 6-4
6.2.5
Connecting a BRI.................................................................................................................. 6-5
CHAPTER 7. Connecting Stations and Additional Equipment
7.1
7-1
Connecting Stations .............................................................................................................. 7-1
7.1.1
Cautions for Connecting Stations ......................................................................................... 7-1
7.1.2
Connecting an Analog Phone ............................................................................................... 7-3
7.1.3
Connecting a Digital Phone .................................................................................................. 7-6
7.1.4
Connecting a ISDN Phone ................................................................................................... 7-8
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7.2
7.1.5
Connecting an IP Phone....................................................................................................... 7-9
7.1.6
Connecting a Wireless LAN Access Point.......................................................................... 7-14
7.1.7
Connecting to a Door Phone and a Door Lock .................................................................. 7-15
7.1.8
Connecting KDB-D/KDB-S ................................................................................................. 7-17
Connecting Additional Equipment ...................................................................................... 7-18
7.2.1
Connecting MOH/BGM Equipment .................................................................................... 7-18
7.2.2
Connecting External/Additional Page Equipment .............................................................. 7-19
7.2.3
Connecting Common Bell................................................................................................... 7-21
7.2.4
Connecting Installation Tool ................................................................................................ 7-22
7.2.5
Connecting Web Management........................................................................................... 7-26
7.2.6
Connecting SMDR .............................................................................................................. 7-27
7.2.7
Connecting a Printer ........................................................................................................... 7-28
CHAPTER 8. Starting the System
8.1
8-1
Pre-Check................................................................................................................................ 8-1
8.1.1
Atmospheric Conditions........................................................................................................ 8-1
8.1.2
Safety Conditions .................................................................................................................. 8-2
8.2
Starting the System ................................................................................................................ 8-3
8.3
Numbering Extensions and C.O. Lines ................................................................................ 8-4
8.4
Checking System Operation.................................................................................................. 8-5
8.4.1
Station Call Function............................................................................................................. 8-5
8.4.2
Station Camp-On Function ................................................................................................... 8-5
8.4.3
C.O. Line Call Function......................................................................................................... 8-6
8.4.4
C.O. Line Camp-On Function ............................................................................................... 8-6
8.4.5
Checking if the fan is in normal operation ............................................................................ 8-7
8.4.6
Using the Reset Button ......................................................................................................... 8-7
8.4.7
Checking the System IP Address ......................................................................................... 8-7
8.4.8
Setting the VM/AA Function.................................................................................................. 8-8
8.4.9
Clock Chip Backup ............................................................................................................... 8-8
ABBREVIATION
I
A ~ I......................................................................................................................................................... I
K ~ S ...................................................................................................................................................... II
T ~ W .................................................................................................................................................... III
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LIST OF FIGURES
Figure 2.1 Tools Required for Rack Installation ...................................................................... 2-2
Figure 2.2
Rack Installation (1)............................................................................................... 2-3
Figure 2.3
Rack Installation (2)............................................................................................... 2-3
Figure 2.4
Rack Installation (3)............................................................................................... 2-4
Figure 2.5
Rack Installation (4)............................................................................................... 2-4
Figure 2.6 Tools Required for Wall Installation ....................................................................... 2-5
Figure 2.7 Wall Installation (1) ................................................................................................ 2-6
Figure 2.8 Wall Installation (2) ................................................................................................ 2-6
Figure 2.9 Wall Installation (3) ................................................................................................ 2-6
Figure 2.10
Wall Installation (4) .............................................................................................. 2-7
Figure 2.11
Wall Installation (5) .............................................................................................. 2-7
Figure 2.12
Wall Installation (6) .............................................................................................. 2-8
Figure 2.13
Wall Installation (7) .............................................................................................. 2-8
Figure 2.14
Grounding ........................................................................................................... 2-9
Figure 3.1 Front Panel Configuration ..................................................................................... 3-1
Figure 3.2 Back Panel Configuration ...................................................................................... 3-5
Figure 3.3 MP20 Switch Setting ............................................................................................. 3-6
Figure 3.4 MP20 Mounting Optional Boards .......................................................................... 3-7
Figure 3.5 MP20S Switch Setting ........................................................................................... 3-9
Figure 3.6 Mounting a MODEM on P7, P8 of MP20S .......................................................... 3-10
Figure 3.7 Mounting 4SWM on P11, P12, P13 of MP20S .......... Error! Bookmark not defined.
Figure 3.8 Mounting the Control Board (1) ............................................................................3-11
Figure 3.9 Mounting the Control Board (2) ........................................................................... 3-12
Figure 3.10
Extension Cables .............................................................................................. 3-13
Figure 3.11 Connecting MP20 to LCP .................................................................................. 3-13
Figure 3.12
Mounting UNI .................................................................................................... 3-15
Figure 3.13 Jumper Setting of WIM ...................................................................................... 3-16
Figure 3.14
Mounting WIMD on WIM ................................................................................... 3-16
Figure 3.15 Setting Switch of the TEPRIa ............................................................................ 3-17
Figure 3.16 Setting the jumpers of PLIM .............................................................................. 3-18
Figure 3.17 Setting the jumpers of PLIM2 ............................................................................ 3-19
Figure 3.18 Setting the jumpers of the GPLIM ........................... Error! Bookmark not defined.
Figure 3.19 Setting the jumpers of the GPLIMT ................................................................... 3-20
Figure 3.20 Setting the Jumpers of the GSIM ............................ Error! Bookmark not defined.
Figure 3.21 Setting the Jumpers of the GSIMT .................................................................... 3-21
Figure 3.22 Setting the Jumpers of the 4BRI ....................................................................... 3-22
Figure 3.23 Setting Switch of the 2BRM ............................................................................... 3-23
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Figure 3.24 Setting the Jumpers of the 4HTRK .................................................................... 3-24
Figure 3.25
Mounting Interface Board to Slot........................................................................ 3-27
Figure 3.26 Inserting Control Board into the Main Board port ............................................... 3-27
Figure 3.27
Power Fail Transfer Connection to 16SLI/8SLI ....... Error! Bookmark not defined.
Figure 3.28 Connecting a Shunting Phone Line for Power
Failure Protection to the 16SLI2 ......................................................................... 3-28
Figure 3.29 Turning the Cabinet Power Off ........................................................................... 3-29
Figure 3.30
Removing Cable ................................................................................................ 3-29
Figure 3.31
Removing Board ................................................................................................ 3-30
Figure 3.32 Replacing to New Board .................................................................................... 3-30
Figure 4.1
Connecting an External Battery ............................................................................. 4-2
Figure 4.2
Power Cable .......................................................................................................... 4-3
Figure 4.3
Connecting an External Rectifier............................................................................ 4-4
Figure 5.1
Connecting Power (for Single Cabinet) .................................................................. 5-2
Figure 5.2
Connecting Power (using Power cable) ................................................................. 5-2
Figure 5.3
Connecting Power (using Power Extension Cable) ................................................ 5-3
Figure 6.1
RJ-45 Port of the 8TRK and 4TRM ........................................................................ 6-2
Figure 6.2
RJ-45 Port of the 8TRK2........................................................................................ 6-3
Figure 6.3
RJ-45 Port of the 16TRK........................................................................................ 6-3
Figure 6.4
RJ-45 Port of TEPRIa ............................................................................................ 6-4
Figure 6.5
RJ-45 Port of the 4HTRK ....................................................................................... 6-4
Figure 6.6
RJ-45 Port of the 4BRI ........................................................................................... 6-5
Figure 6.7
RJ-45 Port of the 2BRM ......................................................................................... 6-5
Figure 7.1
RJ-45 Port of the 8SLI .............................................. Error! Bookmark not defined.
Figure 7.2
RJ-45 Port of the 16SLI ............................................ Error! Bookmark not defined.
Figure 7.3
RJ-45 Port of the 8SLI2 ......................................................................................... 7-3
Figure 7.4
RJ-45 port of the 16SLI2/16MWSLI ....................................................................... 7-3
Figure 7.5
RJ-45 Port of the 8HYB ............................................ Error! Bookmark not defined.
Figure 7.6
RJ-45 Port of the 8COMBO ...................................... Error! Bookmark not defined.
Figure 7.7
RJ-45 Port of the 8COMBO2 ................................................................................. 7-4
Figure 7.8
RJ-45 Port of the 4SLM and 4SL2 ......................................................................... 7-5
Figure 7.9
RJ-45 Port of the 8DLI ........................................................................................... 7-6
Figure 7.10 RJ-45 Port of the 16DLI .......................................... Error! Bookmark not defined.
Figure 7.11 RJ-45 Port of the 16DLI2 ..................................................................................... 7-6
Figure 7.12 RJ-45 Port of the 8HYB .......................................... Error! Bookmark not defined.
Figure 7.13 RJ-45 Port of the 8COMBO .................................... Error! Bookmark not defined.
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Figure 7.14 RJ-45 Port of the 8COMBO2 ............................................................................... 7-6
Figure 7.15 RJ-45 Port of 4DLM............................................................................................. 7-7
Figure 7.16 RJ-45 Port of the 4BRI and 2BRM ...................................................................... 7-8
Figure 7.17 Signal Transfer of IP Phones ............................................................................. 7-10
Figure 7.18 IP Phone Connection Diagram ...........................................................................7-11
Figure 7.19 RJ-45 Port of Boards for Ethernet ..................................................................... 7-12
Figure 7.20
SFP Connector of a Switch Board ..................................................................... 7-13
Figure 7.21 RJ-45 Port of 8DLI and 4DLM ........................................................................... 7-15
Figure 7.22 RJ-45 Port of 16DLI................................................. Error! Bookmark not defined.
Figure 7.23 RJ-45 Port of 16DLI2......................................................................................... 7-15
Figure 7.24
RJ-45 Port of 8HYB ................................................. Error! Bookmark not defined.
Figure 7.25 RJ-45 Port of the 8COMBO ..................................... Error! Bookmark not defined.
Figure 7.26 RJ-45 Port of the 8COMBO2 ............................................................................. 7-15
Figure 7.27 Installing KDB Module (1) .................................................................................. 7-17
Figure 7.28 Installing KDB Module (2) .................................................................................. 7-17
Figure 7.29
Connecting MOH/BGM Sources with MP20 ...................................................... 7-18
Figure 7.30
Connecting MOH/BGM Sources with MP20S ................................................... 7-18
Figure 7.31
Connecting External/Additional Page Equipment with MP20 ............................ 7-19
Figure 7.32
Connecting External/Additional Page Equipment with MP20S .......................... 7-20
Figure 7.33 Connecting Common Bell with MP20 ................................................................ 7-21
Figure 7.34 Connecting Common Bells with MP20S ............................................................ 7-21
Figure 7.35
Connecting Installation Tool............................................................................... 7-23
Figure 7.36 Installation Tool.................................................................................................. 7-24
Figure 7.37
Web Management Initial Screen ....................................................................... 7-26
Figure 7.38 Connecting SMDR to the LAN port.................................................................... 7-27
Figure 7.39
Connecting Printer to the LAN port.................................................................... 7-28
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LIST OF TABLES
Table 1.1 Power Specifications ...............................................................................................1-3
Table 1.2 Packages ................................................................................................................. 1-4
Table 3.1
System Configuration ..............................................................................................3-2
Table 3.2
System Resources ..................................................................................................3-2
Table 3.3 System VM/MGI/MPS Capacity ............................................................................... 3-3
Table 3.4
System Maximum Capacity ..................................................................................... 3-3
Table 3.5 Functional Boards.................................................................................................... 3-4
Table 3.6 Back Panel Parts ..................................................................................................... 3-5
Table 3.7 MP20 Switches ........................................................................................................ 3-6
Table 3.8 MP20 Mounting Locations of Optional Boards ........................................................ 3-7
Table 3.9
MP20 maximum resource capabilities with Optional Boards ................................... 3-8
Table 3.10 MP20S Switches ................................................................................................... 3-9
Table 3.11 MP20S Mounting Locations of Optional Boards .................................................. 3-10
Table 3.12 Types of Control Boards ...................................................................................... 3-11
Table 3.13 Interface Boards with Jumpers/Switches ............................................................. 3-14
Table 3.14 Interface Boards Accommodating Optional Boards ............................................. 3-15
Table 3.15 Installable Optional Boards of UNI....................................................................... 3-15
Table 3.16 Setting Switch of the 4BRI ................................................................................... 3-22
Table 3.17 Setting Switch of the 2BRM ................................................................................. 3-23
Table 3.18 Types of Interface Board and Applicable Slots .................................................... 3-25
Table 6.1 OfficeServ 7200 Line Conditions ............................................................................. 6-1
Table 7.1 Distance Between Stations and the System ............................................................ 7-1
Table 7.2 Power Consumption by Terminal Type .................................................................... 7-2
Table 7.3 Maximum Mountable Capacities When Only the Built-in Power Is Used ................. 7-2
Table 7.4 Specification for Wireless LAN Connection ........................................................... 7-14
Table 7.5 Specifications for the PC for Programming ............................................................ 7-22
Table 7.6 SMDR System Specification .................................................................................. 7-27
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CHAPTER 1. Before Installing
This chapter describes items to check when inspecting the installation site and the
grounding and power conditions before installing the OfficeServ 7200.
This chapter also describes the items included in the OfficeServ 7200 package and the
installation procedure.
1.1 Location Conditions
Select a location that satisfies the following conditions for safety, temperature and humidity:
1.1.1 Safety Conditions
y
The OfficeServ 7200 should not be installed near materials that can cause a fire, such
as explosive gas and inflammables. The OfficeServ 7200 should not be near
equipments that generate electromagnetic waves, such as monitors or copying
machines.
y
The installation location should be convenient for distributing trunk lines and
extension lines, for connecting power and grounding wires, and for maintenance and
repair.
y
The OfficeServ 7200 should not be installed in aisles or passageways that are
populated or used for moving equipment.
y
Always maintain cleanliness to prevent dust from damaging the board-connecting part
of the cabinet.
y
Before installing the OfficeServ 7200, check items such as the electrical wiring status,
grounding status, voltage and frequency.
1.1.2 Temperature/Humidity Conditions
The conditions for temperature and humidity are as follows:
y
Operation temperature: 0 ~ 45 °C
y
Storage temperature: -10 ~ +50 °C
y Humidity: 10 ~ 90 %
The system should be maintained in a cool area with no direct sunlight, and ventilators
should be installed to remove dust.
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1.2 Grounding Conditions
The following cautions should be taken when grounding the OfficeServ 7200:
y
The grounding wire of the OfficeServ 7200 should be grounded to the earth using a
proper material.
y
The flow of electric current between the grounding wire of the power plug and the
exposed metal surface of the system should be satisfactory.
y
When connecting grounding of external additional equipments to the grounding of the
system, the groundings should be connected through a single connection point.
Cautions for Grounding
- Do not connect the grounding wire of the OfficeServ 7200 to a power conduit of
a building.
- The standards for power and grounding should comply with the country
standard and the pertinent work should be conducted according to the country
standard.
- External grounding is required to prevent human injuries or system damages
caused by lightning, static electricity, or voltage surge.
- Unplug the AC power code before connecting the ground line. Failure to do so
may cause bodily damage.
- OfficeServ 7200 should be connected to a wall outlet with a protective ground.
- The GND in the back of the OfficeServ 7200 should be grounded.
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1.3 Power Conditions
The power supply unit of the OfficeServ 7200 receives AC input power or battery power,
and supplies -48 V, -5 V, +3.3 V, +5 V, +12 V, and -54 V(for backup) to the system cabinet.
The rating is as follows.
y
RATING: AC 220~240 V, 6 A; 50/60 Hz or DC48 V 3 A
y
RATING: AC100~120 V, 6 A; 50/60 Hz or DC48 V 3 A
Table 1.1 Power Specifications
Power Supply Unit (PSU)
PSU
Input power
Specification
AC 220~240 V (Other country)
AC100~120 V (USA)
Output power
- DC - 48 V, 2.2 A
- DC -5 V, 1.0 A
- DC +3.3 V, 10 A
- DC +5 V, 8.0 A
- DC +12 V, 0.4 A
- DC -54 V, 0.4 A (for backup)
External rectifier
Input power
AC 110~220 V (Free Volt)
(OfficeServ 7150)
Output power
DC -54 V, 15 A (Installed 2 Power unit, USA)
DC -54 V, 20 A (Installed 2 Power unit, Other country)
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1.4 Checking the Package
The list of items included in the OfficeServ 7200 package is as follows.
Table 1.2 Packages
Category
Basic Chassis
Name
Quantity
Remark
Basic Chassis
1
-
Ringer
1
Option
Installation
Battery Cable
1
-
Materials
PFC
1
Only Europe
Power Cable
1
Option
FERRITE -CORE
2
-
Items for 19-inch
Bracket for Chassis
1
Option
Rack Installation
Screw for Chassis
3
Option
Bracket for Rack
2
Option
Screw for Rack
6
Option
Other clamp Screws
2
Option
Items for Wall
Wall bracket
1
-
Mount Installation
Plastic Anchor
4
-
Cross Screw
4
-
Mount Lock Screw
4
-
Blank stiffener
1
-
Others
UTP cable types
Available UTP cables are straight-through UTP cable and Crossover UTP cable.
The straight-through UTP cable is used for connecting the LIM/PLIM module of
the OfficeServ 7200 to other modules such as MP20/MP20S, MGI16, and WIM.
The Crossover UTP cable is used only to connect between LIM/PLIM modules.
Use of Ferrite-core
The Ferrite-core is used in system power line and MP20/MP20S LAN cable to
minimize the Electro-Magnetic Compatibility (EMC) effect in the system.
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CHAPTER 2. Installing Cabinets
This chapter describes how to install an OfficeServ 7200 cabinet on the floor, inside rack or
on a wall depending on the installation environment.
2.1 Procedure for the System Installation
The procedure of system installation is as follows. (Refer to ‘Figure 3.1 Front Panel
Configuration’)
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
Install the OfficeServ 7200 cabinet on the floor, inside rack or on the wall depending
on the installation environment.
Earth to the ground lug behind the basic cabinet.
Put the MP20/MP20S board into the slot 0 of the basic cabinet. If there is an expansion
cabinet, mount the LCP board into the slot 0 of the expansion cabinet.
Mount interface boards into the universal slots (slot 1 through slot 5).
Connect an external battery with proper capacity.
Connect AC 220~240 V input power.
2.2 Selecting Installation Method
The OfficeServ 7200 cabinet can be installed on the floor, inside a 19-inch rack or on a
wall depending on the number of cabinets and environment of the installation area.
Caution for Installation
Only a trained service staff can install the OfficeServ 7200.
The equipment intended only for installation in a RESTRICTED ACCESS
LOCATION.
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2.3 Installing in a Rack
This section describes how to install the OfficeServ 7200 cabinet inside a 19-inch rack.
2.3.1 Cautions for Installation
Take the following cautions when installing the OfficeServ 7200 cabinet inside a rack:
y
The 19-inch rack should be a standard electric equipment rack.
y
When using an enclosed-type rack, check if the rack is properly ventilated. Vents
should be equipped on the side of the rack and fans should be attached to ventilate
cool air into the rack.
y
Take special caution with an enclosed-type rack that has vents on top of the rack since
hot air coming out of the vent may enter the intake vent of a system installed above the
rack.
y
When using an open rack, do not block the entrance of a port or fan of the OfficeServ
7200.
2.3.2 Required Tools
y
A middle-sized cross screwdriver
y
A bracket and three screws for attaching cabinet
y
Two brackets and six screws for attaching rack
y
Two screws for fastening
Figure 2.1 Tools Required for Rack Installation
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2.3.3 Installing in a Rack
The procedure for installing the OfficeServ 7200 cabinet inside a 19-inch rack is as follows:
1)
Attach the cabinet bracket to the bottom surface of the OfficeServ 7200 cabinet and
fasten the bracket firmly with the three screws.
Figure 2.2 Rack Installation (1)
2)
Attach the rack brackets to both sides of the rack and fasten the brackets firmly with
the six screws.
Figure 2.3 Rack Installation (2)
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3)
Align the cabinet to the guardrails of the rack and slide the cabinet into the rack.
Figure 2.4 Rack Installation (3)
4)
Align the two holes of the cabinet bracket and the holes of the rack brackets, and
fasten the cabinet to the rack with the two screws.
Figure 2.5 Rack Installation (4)
5)
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2.4 Installing on a Wall
This section describes how to install the OfficeServ 7200 cabinet on a wall.
2.4.1 Required Tools
y
A middle-sized cross screwdriver
y
An electric drill
y
A hammer
y
A wall bracket
y
Four plastic anchors
y
Four cross screws
y
Four mount lock screws
y
Two screws are assembled in a rack.
Figure 2.6 Tools Required for Wall Installation
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2.4.2 Wall Installation
The procedure for installing the OfficeServ 7200 cabinet on a wall by using a wall bracket
is as follows:
1)
There are four screw holes (A in Figure 2.7) on the wall bracket as shown below.
Mark the four screw holes where the wall bracket should be installed.
A
A
Figure 2.7 Wall Installation (1)
2)
Use the electrical drill to make holes where the screw holes were marked. The depth of
the hole should be over 35 mm and the diameter should be about 5.5 mm so that the
plastic anchor can be easily inserted.
Figure 2.8 Wall Installation (2)
3)
Using a hammer, insert the plastic anchor into the hole.
Figure 2.9 Wall Installation (3)
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4)
Once the wall bracket is fixed to the wall, put a cross screw into the plastic anchor and
tighten the screw with the screwdriver.
Figure 2.10 Wall Installation (4)
5)
There are two screws inside of two holes among four holes at the bottom of OfficeServ
7200 cabinet as shown below. To install on the wall, loosen the two screws for about 2
mm as shown in the figure.
2mm
Figure 2.11 Wall Installation (5)
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6)
Tighten the mounting screws on two holes which do not have screws like at the bottom
of OfficeServ 7200 cabinet. Do not tighten the screws to the end but leave about 2 mm
space.
Figure 2.12 Wall Installation (6)
7)
Hang the screws on the bottom surface of the OfficeServ 7200 cabinet to the holes of
wall bracket and push the cabinet downward to fix the cabinet.
2mm
Figure 2.13 Wall Installation (7)
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2.5 Connecting Grounding Wires
This section describes how to connect an external grounding wire to the OfficeServ 7200.
External Grounding
External grounding is required to prevent human injuries or system damages
caused by lightning, static electricity, or voltage surge.
The ground line should be a copper line with a cross section of 4.0 mm2 or larger.
Do not use a general AC grounding. If you use a general AC grounding, the
system may have an abnormal symptom due to noise generated from other
devices which use the AC power grounding.
As shown in the figure below, earth to the ground lug behind the OfficeServ 7200.
For an extension cabinet, connect and ground the external ground wire between the
extension cabinet and a basic cabinet.
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Figure 2.14 Grounding
Checking the External Grounding
Before starting your OfficeServ 7200 after installation, make sure to check
whether the grounding terminal at the back of the system cabinet is connected to
an external grounding.
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CHAPTER 3. Mounting and Replacing
Boards
This chapter describes how to mount and replace various boards of the OfficeServ 7200.
3.1 Cabinet Configuration
The basic and expansion cabinets of the OfficeServ 7200 have six slots.
Slot 0
The front panel of an
expansion cabinet
Slot 3
Slot 0
The front panel of
a basic cabinet
Slot 3
Slot 1
Slot 2
Slot 4
Slot 5
Slot 1
Slot 2
Slot 4
Slot 5
Figure 3.1 Front Panel Configuration
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Below are the system configuration and the capacities of the system.
Table 3.1 System Configuration
OfficeServ 7200 with MP20
Cabinet
Basic Cabinet &
OfficeServ 7200 with MP20S
Basic Cabinet Only
Expansion Cabinet
Media Card
MMC/SD
SD
Slot
10 (5 per one cabinet)
5
Highway
1st cabinet: two 16 ch, three 32 ch
Two 16 ch slot, three 32 ch slot
Channel
2nd cabinet: four 16 ch, one 32 ch
Control Board
MP20, LCP
MP20S
Control board
Link1~3 (HDLC with 2nd),
P1~P4: Unmanaged Layer2 Switch
Connector
MISC1, MISC2
Port,
LAN, SIO
MISC,
LAN, SIO
Web
No
Yes
Installation Tool
Yes
Yes
SNMP
No
Yes
Management
Table 3.2 System Resources
OfficeServ 7200 with MP20
OfficeServ 7200 with MP20S
Option Board
RCM2/CRM/MISC
None
MFR Ch.
16 (CRM 1)
8 (Embedded)
Mobex Ch.
96 (OAS 3)
8 (Embedded)
CID Ch.
14 (RCM2/CRM 1)
6 (Embedded)
R2MFC Ch.
8 (RCM2 1)
None
14
14 (CRM 1)
In OfficeServ 7200 with MP20S, the total number of MFR & Mobex is fixed at 14.
The minimum of each channels are 6, and can be expanded to 8. If the user wants to use 8
MFR channels, the Mobex channels will be 6 channels, and vice versa.
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Table 3.3 System VM/MGI/MPS Capacity
OfficeServ 7200 with MP20
OfficeServ 7200 with MP20S
Voice Mail
20 (SVMi-20E)
6 (Embedded)
MGI
96 (6 MGI16)* / 96 (6 OAS)**
54 (Embedded 6 & 3 OAS 48)
MPS
192 (6 OAS)
104 (Embedded 8 & 3 OAS 96)
- * The MGI16 can be used in any slot include expansion cabinet, and the
OfficeServ 7200 have 10 universal slot. (Max. 6 cards)
- ** OAS can be used any in slot include expansion cabinet. (Max. 6 cards)
Table 3.4 System Maximum Capacity
STN
OS7200 with MP20
OS7200 with MP20S
128
64
PCM STN
ITP Phone
Wi-Fi Phone
64
128
64
SIP Phone
IP-UMS/IVR
TRK
*
STN Total
128
64
PCM TRK
64
60 (48**)
SIP TRK
64
H.323 TRK
32
SPnet TRK
64
32
64
24
32
32
TRK Total
64
60
Total
STN+TRK
192
124
Etc.
Virtual Cabinet
6
5
MOBEX standard
120
60
MOBEX executive
64
60
3,200
2,100
BHCA (0.45erl, 90sec)
Condition
In case of the unconditional group ring, ring group or paging,
each member has one call.
- * In OfficeServ 7200 with MP20S, the IP-UMS, IVR and ACD features are not
supported.
- ** The capacity for the PCM trunk is considered that two TEPRIa are used. So,
in case of U.S.A, the PCM trunk number is 48, and the others are 60.
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Following boards are mounted on the slots according to the configuration of the OfficeServ
7200.
Table 3.5 Functional Boards
Function
Control
Boards
Board
Main Control Part
MP20
- Basic cabinet: MP20 (Option Board: RCM2, MIS, CRM,
MODEM)
- Expansion cabinet: LCP
Voice Trunk Line
MP20S
- Basic cabinet: MP20S (Option Board: MODEM)
MP20
TEPRIa, 8TRK, 8TRK2, 16TRK, 4HTRK (only China)
4BRI (except USA)
MP20S
TEPRIa, 8TRK, 8TRK2, 16TRK, 4HTRK (only China)
UNI (Option Board: 2BRM and 4TRM)
Voice Station
MP20
MP20S
8SLI2, 8DLI, 8COMBO2, 16SLI2, 16MWSLI, 16DLI2
8SLI2, 8DLI, 8COMBO2, 16SLI2, 16MWSLI, 16DLI2 and
UNI (Option Board: 4DLM, 4SL2 and 4SLM)
Data
MP20
WIM (option board: WIMD), LIM, PLIM, PLIM2, GPLIMT,
GSIMT
MP20S
LIM, PLIM, PLIM2
MP20
MGI16 (no option board), OAS, CNF24
MP20S
OAS, CNF24
VMS
MP20
SVMi-20E
Power, Fan
MP20,
PSU, Fan,
MP20S
Ringer (Italy, Australia only)
Voice Application
Checking Slots
The WIM can only be mounted on slot 1 of the basic and expansion cabinets, and
the 4BRI, and TEPRIa can only be mounted on slots 3, 4 and 5 of the basic
cabinet and slot 3 of the expansion cabinet. The 2BRM can only be mounted on
slots 1, 2 of the basic cabinet.
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Figure 3.2 Back Panel Configuration
Functions of the back panel parts of the cabinet are as follows:
Table 3.6 Back Panel Parts
Parts
Description
Ground Lug
Lug for grounding system communication.
External rectifier socket
Supplies an external power to Power over Ethernet (PoE).
Power switch
Switches the power of OfficeServ 7200 on/off.
Power connector between a
Supplies the power supplied to the basic cabinet an
basic cabinet and an extension
extension cabinet.
cabinet
Power I/O connector
Connects the power cables composed of three inlets/
outlets.
AC LED
Is lit for the AC input power.
DC LED
Is lit for the DC output power.
Backup socket
Connects an external battery.
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3.2 Mounting Control Boards
This section describes the procedures for setting switches, mounting optional boards,
mounting the boards on a slot, and how to connect between the MP20/MP20S and LCP.
3.2.1 Setting Switches and Mounting Optional Boards
MP20
The MP20 features switches used for optimizing the board to the user requirements and
system configuration. The procedure for setting switches and mounting optional boards is
as follows:
1)
2)
Set the SW1 through SW4 of the S2 switch to Off.
Set the SW6 through SW8 of the S2 switch according to user requirements.
S2
Off
8
1
On
Figure 3.3 MP20 Switch Setting
Table 3.7 MP20 Switches
Switch
S2
Description for setting switches
SW1~SW4
For domestic use, set all switches to Off.
SW6~SW8
Sets the number of digits for C.O./extension lines and extension groups.
SW6-On: 4 digits for C.O. line Off: 3 digits for C.O. line
SW7-On: 4 digits for an extension group Off: 3 digits for an extension
group
SW8-On: 4 digits for an extension number Off: 3 digits for an extension
number
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Align the connectors of the MP20 to that of the optional boards (MIS, RCM2, CRM
and MODEM), and firmly press the optional boards downward with two hands.
MODEM
CRM or
RCM2
MIS
LOC1
LOC2
LOC3
Figure 3.4 MP20 Mounting Optional Boards
Table 3.8 MP20 Mounting Locations of Optional Boards
Mounting Locations of Optional Board
Optional Boards
LOC1
CRM, MODEM
LOC2
RCM2, CRM
LOC3
MIS
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Table 3.9 MP20 maximum resource capabilities with Optional Boards
Option Card
Loc #1
NONE
Loc #2
BASE
MFR
# of
resources of
Loc #1
MFR R2
# of
resources of
Loc #2
CID MFR R2
TOTAL
RESOURCE
CID MFR R2
Remark
CID
NONE
4
-
-
-
-
-
-
4
-
-
-
RCM2 (R2)
4
-
-
-
-
8
-
4
8
-
-
RCM2 (CID)
4
-
-
-
-
-
14
4
-
14
-
RCM2
4
-
-
-
-
4
6
4
4
6
-
4
-
-
-
4+
-
-
20
-
-
-
(R2/CID)
CRM (MFR)
12
CRM (R2)
4
-
-
-
4
14
-
8
14
-
-
CRM (CID)
4
-
-
-
4
-
14
8
-
14
-
CRM
4
-
-
-
4
8
6
8
8
6
(R2/CID)
CRM provides
additional 4
DTMF
Receivers
because
Engine has
4MFR
MODEM
NONE
4
-
-
-
-
-
-
4
-
-
-
RCM2 (R2)
4
-
-
-
-
8
-
4
8
-
RCM2 (CID)
4
-
-
-
-
-
14
4
-
14
MODEM does
RCM2
4
-
-
-
-
4
6
4
4
6
not work
4
-
-
-
4+
-
-
20
-
-
CRM provides
(R2/CID)
CRM (MFR)
12
additional 4
CRM (R2)
4
-
-
-
4
14
-
8
14
-
CRM (CID)
4
-
-
-
4
-
14
8
-
14
CRM
4
-
-
-
4
8
6
8
8
6
(R2/CID)
DTMF
Receivers
because
Engine has
4MFR
CRM
NONE
4
12
-
-
-
-
-
16
-
-
-
(MFR)
RCM2 (R2)
4
12
-
-
-
8
-
16
8
-
-
RCM2 (CID)
4
12
-
-
-
-
14
16
-
14
-
RCM2
4
12
-
-
-
4
6
16
8
6
-
CRM (MFR)
4
12
-
-
12
-
-
28
-
-
-
CRM (R2)
4
12
-
-
-
14
-
16
14
-
-
CRM (CID)
4
12
-
-
-
-
14
16
-
14
-
CRM
4
12
-
-
-
8
6
16
8
6
-
(R2/CID)
(R2/CID)
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MP20S has the switches to set the board operation for the user’s purpose and fitting with
the system configuration. The ways to set the switches and mount the boards are as follows:
1)
Pin 1 to pin 4 of S2 switch on MP20S are already set depending on the country.
Pin 6 to pin 8 are set depending on the user’s purpose.
S2
On
1
Off
Figure 3.5 MP20S Switch Setting
Table 3.10 MP20S Switches
Switch
S2
Description
SW1~SW4
the pins are set the country code that the system will be used.
SW6~SW8
Sets the number of digits for C.O./extension lines and extension.
SW6-On: 4 digits for C.O. line
Off: 3 digits for C.O. line
SW7-On: 4 digits for an extension group
Off: 3 digits for an extension group
SW8-On: 4 digits for an extension number
Off: 3 digits for an extension number
2)
A modem board is mounted to connector P7/P8 of MP20S.
When mounting a modem board, the holes on the corners of the modem should be
aligned fitting with the spacer.
MODEM
P13, P12
P8
P7
P11
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Figure 3.6 Mounting a MODEM on P7, P8 of MP20S
Table 3.11 MP20S Mounting Locations of Optional Boards
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Mounting Locations of Optional Board
Optional Boards
P7, P8
MODEM
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3.2.2 Mounting Control Boards
Mount control boards on slot 0 of the basic cabinet and the expansion cabinet.
The locations of slot 0 through slot 5 are described in the ‘3.1. Cabinet Configuration’ section
of this chapter.
Table 3.12 Types of Control Boards
Control Board
Applicable Slot
MP20/MP20S
Slot 0 of the basic cabinet
LCP
Slot 0 of the expansion cabinet
The procedure for mounting the MP20/MP20S and the LCP to each slot is as follows:
1)
Check the exterior of the MP20/MP20S and the LCP for any damages.
Check the power when mounting or dismounting boards
Check if the cabinet power is off when mounting boards on slots. Inserting or
ejecting a board while the power is on may damage the board.
2)
Align the MP20/MP20S to the guardrails of slot 0 of the basic cabinet, and slide the
MP20/MP20S into the slot.
Figure 3.8 Mounting the Control Board (1)
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3)
Push the front panel lever until the board is completely inserted into the OfficeServ
7200 main board port.
Figure 3.9 Mounting the Control Board (2)
4)
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The above steps 2)~3) also apply to mounting the LCP to slot 0 of the expansion
cabinet.
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3.2.3 Connecting MP20 to LCP
If the OfficeServ 7200 consists of a basic cabinet and an extension cabinet, connect the
MP20 to the LCP using extension cables to transmit and receive signals between the
control boards.
1)
Three extension cables are needed to connect the MP20 to the LCP.
Figure 3.10 Extension Cables
2) With an extension cable, connect the ‘Link1’ port in MP20 mounted on the basic
cabinet and the ‘Link1’ port in LCP mounted on an extension cabinet.
3)
With another extension cable, connect the ‘Link2’ port in the MP20 and ‘Link2’ port in
the LCP.
4)
With other cable, connect the ‘Link3’ in the MP20 and the ‘Link3’ in the LCP.
LINK1
LINK3
LINK2
Figure 3.11 Connecting MP20 to LCP
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3.3 Mounting Interface Board
This section describes how to set jumpers and switches of an interface board, how to mount
optional boards to an interface board, and how to mount interface boards into slots.
3.3.1 Setting Switches and Mounting Optional Boards
Interface boards that are equipped with switches/jumpers used for accommodating user
requirements or system configuration, and those with connectors for optional boards are as
follows:
Table 3.13 Interface Boards with Jumpers/Switches
Control
Interface
Jumpers/
Board
board
Switches
MP20 only
WIM
JP1~JP4
Description
Sets whether to use the Ethernet port of the front panel or the
back panel when connecting to the LIM board.
MP20,
TEPRIa
S2 (1~4)
Setup of T1, E1, T1/E1, PRI, 24B+D/24B, User/Network, 13H
PLIM
J1, 2, 3
Determines if you use an internal PSU or an external rectifier.
PLIM2
J2, 3, 4
Determines if you use an internal PSU or an external rectifier.
GPLIMT
J1~J4
Mp20S
MP20,
Mp20S
MP20,
Mp20S
MP20,
MP20S
Selects a -54 V power source for the PoE.
- EXT: -54 V is supplied from an external PoE power module.
- INT: -54 V is supplied from the system power device.
MP20 only
GSIMT
J13~J14
Selects a -54 V power source.
- EXT: -54 V is supplied from an external PoE power module.
- INT: -54 V is supplied from the system power device.
MP20 only
4BRI
SW1~SW
Sets OFF for NT mode or ON for S0 mode
8
MP20S
2BRM
S1 (1~4)
Sets OFF for NT mode or ON for S0 mode
4HTRK
P101,
Set E&M type for Korea or USA
P201,
- Type 5 for Korea: connect 2-3, 4-5
P301,
- Type 1 for USA: connect 1-2, 5-6
only
MP20
P401
You have to set the same jumper selection for all the GSIMT, GPLIMT, and PLIM cards.
That is, set all of them to either ‘EXT’ mode or ‘INT’ mode.
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Table 3.14 Interface Boards Accommodating Optional Boards
Control Board
Interface Board
Optional Board
MP20 only
WIM
WIMD
MP20S only
UNI
4TRM, 2BRM, 4DLM, 4SLM, 4SL2
4TRM supports not Dial Pulse dialing but DTMF dialing. 8TRK supports DTMF
and Dial Pulse dialing.
3.3.1.1 UNI
UNI has three connectors to mount option boards 4TRM, 2BRM, 4DLM, 4SLM and 4SL2.
For user’s purpose, up to three boards can be mounted regardless of the type of the option
board. Module1, Module2, and Module3 are positioned on the basis of the front panel of
UNI, and the interface of the corresponding board is marked on the front panel of UNI.
Align the option board to the top connector (16-pin connector). After that, match the
bottom connector (100-pin connector). Mount two connectors grasping both connectors.
Lock the supporter between the grooves and the top of each option board with screws.
4SLM
4TRM
Figure 3.12 Mounting UNI
Table 3.15 Installable Optional Boards of UNI
Control Board
Interface Board
Optional Board
MP20S only
UNI
4TRM, 2BRM, 4DLM, 4SLM, 4SL2
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3.3.1.2 WIM
The procedure for setting the jumpers and mounting optional boards on the WIM (WAN
Interface Module) is as follows:
1)
Set jumpers JP1 through JP4 of the WIM.
LAN port in the front
panel to connect to Ethernet
JP1
JP4
Jumper to connect to the LIM
board in slot 2 through the rear
panel (fornt socket in the WIM
board is not used at
this time.)
Figure 3.13 Jumper Setting of WIM
Managed LIM function
The Managed LIM is controlled by the WIM and provides the extension functions
related to the Layer 2 QoS management such as 802.1p (packet priority), 802.1q
(VLAN) and IGMP Snooping, etc besides Layer 2 switch functions.
To perform the Managed LIM function to manage the LIM in the WIM, the WIM
and the LIM must be mounted on slot 1 and slot 2, respectively.
2)
Align the connector of the WIM to that of the WIMD and firmly press the board
downward.
WIMD
Figure 3.14 Mounting WIMD on WIM
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3.3.1.4 TEPRIa
TEPRIa (T1E1Primary Rate Interface advanced), which provides a digital C.O. line,
supports E1, T1 and ISDN PRI port, and provides the Q-SIG function.
Set S2 switch and jumpers of the TEPRIa as follows:
Setting Switch
1
1
J2
J1
ON
1
S2
S2
OFF
4
OFF
ON
1
E1
T1
2
T1/E1
PRI
3
24B + D
24B
4
User
Network
Figure 3.15 Setting Switch of the TEPRIa
Setting Jumpers
J1 and J2: Connect #1 and #2 for E1 cable, #2 and #3 for T1 cable.
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3.3.1.3 PLIM
PLIM (PoE LAN Interface Module) can use an internal rectifier or an external rectifier.
Select the power supply source via shunt pins.
Jumper Setting
y
For Internal Rectifier
Connect shunt pins (J1, 2 and 3) between pin 1 and 2.
Since the capacity is limited to the capacity of the PSU, up to 16-port are available and
the use of digital phones is also limited. (For details about the limitation of digital
phone under the PLIM port, contact to After-Sales service center).
y
For External Rectifier
Connect shunt pins (J1, 2 and 3) between pin 2 and 3.
Since the external rectifier can supply 10 A via a module, the use of the rectifier is not
limited.
Limit the PLIM port current and the PLIM board current to 0.1 A and 1.6 A
respectively.
Each jumper is named as 1, 2 and 3 from the pin with the mark of ‘1’ in turn.
1
1
1
J1
J2
J3
Figure 3.16 Setting the jumpers of PLIM
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
RJ-45
Rx+
Rx-
Tx+
RTN
RTN
Tx-
-48 V
-48 V
-48 V and RTN are the return ground of -48 V.
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Interlocking with IP phones via PLIM
If the system interworks with IP phones from the internal power via the PLIM, up
to 16 IP phone can be interworked and the remained Digital Phone (DGP) can be
interworked up to 24 DGP on the basis of 2-line LCD.
3.3.1.4 PLIM2
PLIM2 (PoE LAN Interface Module) can use PSU (Power Supply Unit) or an external
rectifier and selects the power supply source by using shunt pins.
Jumper Setting
y
When using the internal rectifier
The shunt pins (J2, J3 and J4) are connected between pin1 and pin2.
Since the available capacity is limited to PSU, the use of ports is limited to 16 ports
and the use of digital phones is, also, limited. (For more information on the limitation
about the use of digital phone phones in accordance with the use of PLIM2 port,
contact your dealer.)
y
For the use of an external rectifier: The shunt pins (J2, J3 and J4) are connected
between pin2 and pin3. There is no restriction on the use of an external rectifier
because each of them can supply the current of 10 A. Limit each current running
through PLIM2 ports below 0.1A and in the module below 1.6 A.
Each jumper is numbered in ascending order from the marked ‘1’ in the following figure.
1
1
J2
1
J3
J4
Figure 3.17 Setting the jumpers of PLIM2
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3.3.1.5 GPLIMT
GPLIMT (Gigabit PoE LAN Interface Module TX) is a board which sends/receives the
data from the intranet, and provides 12 ports of 10/100 BASE-T interface and 2 ports of 1000
BASE-TX/SX/LX. The GPLIMT only operates as a simple switching for the hub.
Jumper Setting
y
When using the internal rectifier: Connect the shunt pins (J2, J3, J4) to pins 1 and 2.
y
When using an external rectifier: Connect the shunt pins (J2, J3, J4) to pins 2 and 3.
Set jumpers J1~J4 in the GPLIMT.
J4
J4
J3
J3
J1
J2
Figure 3.19 Setting the jumpers of the GPLIMT
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3.3.1.6 GSIMT
GSIMT (Gigabit Switch Interface Module TX) provides the Giga bit LAN interface of
Layer 2 and Layer 3 to support data network.
Set the jumper of the GSIMT.
Jumper Setting
y
When using the internal rectifier: Connect the shunt pins (J3, J4) to pins 1 and 2.
y
When using an external rectifier: Connect the shunt pins (J3, J4) to pins 2 and 3.
Set jumpers J3 and J4 in the GSIMT.
J3
J4
Figure 3.21 Setting the Jumpers of the GSIMT
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3.3.1.7 4BRI
The 4BRI (Basic Rate Interface) provides the digital trunk line. A 4BRI provides 2B+D
ISDN BRI and functions as the Q-SIG. This board transmits voice via the trunk line and a
channel transmits the voice data of 64 Kbps.
Switch Setting
There are SW1~8 switches setting for S0 circuit on/off termination 100 ohm resistor within
the board
SW2
SW1
SW4
SW3
SW8
SW7
SW6
SW5
|(OFF)
ON
Figure 3.22 Setting the Jumpers of the 4BRI
Table 3.16 Setting Switch of the 4BRI
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SWITCH
OFF
ON
SW1~SW8
No connection
Connect termination resister
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3.3.1.8 2BRM
The 2BRM (Basic Rate interface Module) is mounted on UNI and provides two 2B+1D
digital trunk ports. This module is connected to 4 channel ISDN trunk in S and T mode. In
S mode do not support DC power feeding
Jumper Setting
There is a S1 switch setting for S0 circuit on/off termination 100 ohm resistor within the
board
S1
ON
OFF
1
Figure 3.23 Setting Switch of the 2BRM
Switch Setting
Table 3.17 Setting Switch of the 2BRM
SWITCH
OFF
ON
S1 (1)~S1 (4)
No connection
Connect termination resister
The 2BRM can only be mounted on slots 1, 2 of the basic cabinet.
2BRM cab be mounted 4 ea (Maximum) per cabinet.
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3.3.1.9 4HTRK
The 4HTRK (Hybrid TRunK) provides 4 Port E&M, DID, and R/D leased lines to the
4HTRK through the RJ-45 port. And the 4HTRK supports 2type of E&M for Korea and
USA.
Set the jumper of the 4HTRK.
Jumper Setting
y
When using type 5 for Korea: Connect the shunt pins (P101, P201, P301, P401) to
pins 2 and 3, pin 4 and 5 respectively.
y
When using type 5 for Korea: Connect the shunt pins (P101, P201, P301, P401) to
pins 1 and 2, pin 5 and 6 respectively
Set jumpers P101, P201, P301 and P401 in the 4HTRK.
P101
P401
1
4
Figure 3.24 Setting the Jumpers of the 4HTRK
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3.3.2 Mounting Interface Board to Slot
Interface boards are mounted on slot 1 through slot 5 of each cabinet. The following table
describes the slots locations for interface boards. The locations of Slot 0 through slot 5 of
the cabinet are described in ‘3.1 Cabinet Configuration’.
Table 3.18 Types of Interface Board and Applicable Slots
Category
Voice
Interface Board
TEPRIa, 4BRI
Control
Board
MP20
C.O. line
Applicable Slot
Slot 3 through slot 5 of the basic cabinet
Slot 3 of the expansion cabinet
TEPRIa
MP20S
Slot 3 through slot 5 of the basic cabinet
2BRM
MP20S
Slot 1, slot 2 of basic cabinet
MOD 1 through MOD 3 of UNI Board
8TRK, 8TRK2, 16TRK
MP20
Slot 1 through slot 5 of the basic cabinet
Slot 1 through slot 5 of the expansion cabinet
-
8TRK, 8TRK2, 16TRK
MP20S
4TRM
MP20S
Slot 1 through slot 5 of the basic cabinet
Slot 1 through slot 5 of basic cabinet
MOD 1 through MOD 3 of UNI Board
Voice
8DLI, 8SLI2, 16SLI2,
extension
16DLI2, 8COMBO2,
MP20
Slot 1 through slot 5 of the basic cabinet
Slot 1 through slot 5 of the expansion cabinet
16MWSLI
MP20S
Slot 1 through slot 5 of the basic cabinet
4DLM, 4SLM, 4SL2
MP20S
Slot 1 through slot 5 of basic cabinet
MOD 1 through MOD 3 of UNI Board
Data & voice
WIM
MP20
application
Slot 1 of the basic cabinet
Slot 1 of the expansion cabinet
LIM, PLIM, PLIM2,
MP20
GPLIMT, GSIMT
LIM, PLIM, PLIM2,
Slot 2 through slot 5 of the basic cabinet
Slot 2 through slot 5 of the expansion cabinet
MP20S
Slot 1 through slot 5 of the basic cabinet
MP20
Slot of MP20 Board
MP20S
Slot of MP20S Board
MP20
Slot 1 through slot 5 of the basic cabinet
GPLIMT
MODEM
MGI16
Slot 1 through slot 5 of the expansion cabinet
OAS
MP20
Slot 1 through slot 5 of the basic cabinet
Slot 1 through slot 5 of the expansion cabinet
VMS
SVMi-20E
MP20S
Slot 1 through slot 5 of the basic cabinet
MP20
Only 1 card is used slot 1 through slot 5 of
basic/extension cabinet
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Reference
For detail information on functions and characteristics of each Interface board, refer to
‘OfficeServ 7200 General Description Guide’.
Mounting the GSIMT
Only one GSIMT can be mounted per the cabinet. If you mount boards more than
the capacity limit, it may cause malfunction of the PSU due to overload.
Mounting the GPLIMT
Only one GPLIMT can be mounted per the cabinet. When using an external
rectifier, up to two boards can be mounted. If you mount boards more than the
capacity limit, it may cause malfunction of the PSU due to overload.
Mounting the OAS in 16 channels slot
If the OAS is mounted on one of 16 channels slot, no board can be mounted on
the other slot. If any board is mounted on the other slot, the board will not work. (If
the slot 1 is occupied with the OAS, the slot 2 should be empty. And if the slot 2 is
occupied with the OAS, the slot 1 should be empty.
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The Procedure for mounting the interface board to each slot is as follows:
1)
Check the exterior of the interface board for any damages.
2)
Align each Interface board to the guardrails of the universal slot of the OfficeServ
7200 basic cabinet or expansion cabinet, and slide the Interface board into the slot.
Figure 3.25 Mounting Interface Board to Slot
3)
Push the front panel lever of the interface board until the board is completely inserted
into the OfficeServ 7200 main board port.
Figure 3.26 Inserting Control Board into the Main Board port
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3.4 Connecting Power Fail Transfer
If AC power fails while battery is not connected, connect a power fail transfer circuit by
connecting C.O. lines to extensions.
When using the 8TRK2/16TRK for the trunk board and the 8SLI2/16SLI2 for the local
board, connect pins 7 and 8 of the first port of the 8TRK2/16TRK to pins 7 and 8 of the
8SLI2/16SLI2, as shown in the figure below. Then the line is connected to a general
telephone through pins 7 and 8 of the 8TRK2/16TRK. If a power failure occurs, the trunk
line is connected directly to the telephone connected to pins 4 and 5 through pins 7 and 8 of
the 8SLI2/16SLI2 by the operation of an internal relay and thus emergency calls can be
made.
8 7
8 7
8TRK2
16SLI2
Figure 3.27 Connecting a Shunting Phone Line for Power Failure Protection to the 16SLI2
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3.5 Replacing Boards
If the OfficeServ 7200 fails to operate normally due to an error on the power supply board,
control board, or interface board, replace the board to a new one.
Removing Cables
Replace a board after removing all cables connected to the board.
The procedure for replacing a board mounted in a slot of a cabinet is as follows:
1)
Turn off the power of the cabinet.
Figure 3.29 Turning the Cabinet Power Off
2)
When replacing a control board, first, remove the extension cable connecting the
MP20 to the LCP. Also, remove all cables connected to the board to be replaced.
LINK1
LINK3
LINK2
Figure 3.30 Removing Cable
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3)
Pull the lever of the board and pull out the target board slowly.
Figure 3.31 Removing Board
4)
Align the new board to the guardrails of the slot, and slide the new board into the slot.
Push the front panel lever of the MP20/MP20S until it is completely inserted into the
OfficeServ 7200 main board port.
Figure 3.32 Replacing to New Board
Mounting or Dismounting a Board
Before replacing a board which can be mounted or dismounted while the system
is operating, make sure to disconnect the cables connected at the front of the
system. Make sure to mount a new board into the slot 10 seconds after
dismounting the old one.
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CHAPTER 4. Connecting External
Batteries
This chapter describes how to connect external batteries to the OfficeServ 7200.
4.1 Connecting External Batteries
Cautions for connecting external batteries
External batteries are required to ensure stable operation of the OfficeServ 7200 in case a
power failure occurs. Rated capacity of an external battery is DC 48 V and 45 AH per
cabinet. Batteries should be connected to each cabinet to guarantee safety and a fuse
(125 VAC, 5 Amp) should be positioned between the output terminal of the battery and the
cabinet.
Connecting external batteries
Do not connect external AC power to the system before completing the
connection between batteries and the system. If so, it may cause electric shock
Check the specified polarity (+ or -) to connect external batteries.
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Procedure for connecting external battery
The procedure for using a battery cable to connect an external battery to the OfficeServ
7200 is as follows:
1)
Prepare the battery cable that was provided with the OfficeServ 7200.
An end of this battery cable consists of a white line and a black line.
2)
Connect the white line of the battery cable to the (+) terminal, and the black line to the
(-) terminal of the battery. Then, connect the other end of the battery cable to the
external battery socket on the rear panel of the OfficeServ 7200 cabinet. When using
two or more OfficeServ cabinets, prepare as much external batteries as the number of
cabinets and connect the batteries to each cabinet.
Figure 4.1 Connecting an External Battery
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4.2 Connecting External Rectifier
The external rectifier is an external power supply that provides the power to IP phones
connected to the OfficeServ 7200 when the PLIM, PLIM2, or GPLIMT board is used.
Since the capacity of the internal power is not sufficient for external equipment, additional
power supply is required.
The procedure to connect an external rectifier is as follows:
1)
Switch off all powers for the OfficeServ 7200 and the external rectifier.
2)
There are 3 screws to connect power cables to A and B (GND and -54 V) in the rear of
external rectifier. Prepare the power cables as shown in the figure below.
The power cables consists of a red line and a blue line and each end of the cables is
marked as GND (red cable) or -48 VDC (blue cable). The other ends are attached to
connectors to connect to the sockets of the external rectifier in the OfficeServ 7200.
Figure 4.2 Power Cable
3)
Connect the power cables as shown in the figure below.
Connect GND (red cable) and 48 VDC (blue cable) of the power cables to A area
(GND) and B area (-54 V) separately. Any screw in an area can be available for the
connection.
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External battery button
A
B
External
Rectifier
Red cable
Blue cable
Socket to connect external battery
OfficeServ
7200
Figure 4.3 Connecting an External Rectifier
4)
Connect the connector sides of the power cables to the socket in the external rectifier
of the OfficeServ 7200.
5)
Power on the system.
6)
Power on the external rectifier.
External batteries to be connected to an external rectifier
The external battery to be connected to an external rectifier has the same
capacity as the external battery used in the OfficeServ 7200. In addition,
it is handled in the same way and with the same cautions. For details about the
capacity of the external battery, refer to ‘4.1 Connecting external battery’.
Connecting a Rectifier
Do not connect the battery for power failure protection to a PoE connecting
terminal.
Use of External Rectifiers against Power Failure
Since an external rectifier for power failure operation is used along with PoE and
the system, the capacity of the external rectifier should be bigger than 20 A.
When the rectifier is used for power failure operation, restrictions occur in the
terminal connected to PoE. For more detailed information, refer to ‘Cautions for
Connecting Stations’.
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CHAPTER 5. Connecting Power
This chapter describes how to connect power to the OfficeServ 7200.
5.1 Cautions when Connecting Power
When input power is normally supplied, the AC power is supplied to the Power Supply
Unit (PSU), which charges the external battery. If the input power is interrupted, the system
can be operated using the charged power of the external battery.
Cautions to be taken when connecting power to the OfficeServ 7200 are as follows:
y
The AC power of the system is designed for 220 V and is set to 220 V when
manufactured (110 V for U.S.A.).
y
Make sure that the input power of the OfficeServ 7200 is AC 220 V(110 V for U.S.A.)
and other electric devices, such as motors and compressors, do not use the same input
power.
y
A single AC outlet should be used solely for the system’s AC power. Sharing the AC
power with other devices can cause noise or a voltage drop, resulting in a system
malfunction or fire.
y
Use a stable power source that can always supply AC power since instantaneous
power failures can cause malfunctions or battery failures.
Connecting a Power Line
When connecting an AC power line to the system, the Ferrite-core enclosed in the
package should be attached to that power line in advance to minimize the
Electro-Magnetic Compatibility (EMC) effect.
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5.2 Procedure for Connecting Power
Single Cabinet Configuration
Use the power cable provided with the OfficeServ 7200 to connect the input power
terminal on the rear panel of the cabinet to a grounded outlet.
Figure 5.1 Connecting Power (for Single Cabinet)
Basic and Expansion Cabinet Configuration
The connection procedure depends on the environment of the installation area as shown
below. Select a procedure according to your environment.
y
Connect each input power cable of the cabinets to a grounded outlet.
Expansion
Cabinet
Basic Cabinet
Figure 5.2 Connecting Power (using Power cable)
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y
Or, connect the input power terminal of the basic cabinet to the grounded outlet, and
use an power extension cable to connect the power connectors of the basic and
expansion cabinet.
Expansion
Cabinet
Basic Cabinet
Figure 5.3 Connecting Power (using Power Extension Cable)
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CHAPTER 6. Connecting C.O. Lines
This chapter describes how to connect C.O. lines to the OfficeServ 7200 after installation.
6.1 Line Conditions
Cautions for connecting C.O. lines are as follows:
y
Cables with AWG #24 or AWG #26 should be used as subscriber lines.
y
When wiring cables in high-humidity areas, remove moisture before wiring.
y
Cables should be handled carefully to prevent any changes or damages.
y
Subscriber lines should be kept indoors if possible.
y
High voltage power lines should not be wired near a subscriber line.
Leak resistance for C.O. lines connected to the OfficeServ 7200 is as follows:
Table 6.1 OfficeServ 7200 Line Conditions
Line Condition
Leak Resistance
Leak Resistance Between Lines
20 kΩ or higher
Leak Resistance Between Grounds
20 kΩ or higher
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6.2 Connecting C.O. Lines
This section describes how to connect a common C.O. line (4TRM, 8TRK, 8TRK2, and
16TRK), Leased line (4HTRK), BRI C.O lines (2BRM and 4BRI) and T1/E1/PRI C.O.
lines (TEPRIa).
6.2.1 Cautions when Connecting C.O. Lines
Take care of followings to prevent bodily injuries and system damages when connecting
C.O. lines:
y
Do not connect C.O. lines in extreme weather conditions such as storm and lightning.
y
Do not connect C.O. lines in areas with moisture.
6.2.2 Connecting Common C.O. Lines
Connecting to the 8TRK Board and 4TRM Daughter Board
Use a pair of cable with AWG #24 (or AWG #26) width to connect a common C.O. line to
the terminal pin of a terminal box connected to the OfficeServ 7200 equipped with an
8TRK.
P1-P8 Port
(RJ-45)
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Function
-
-
-
C.O.
C.O.
-
-
-
TIP
RING
Figure 6.1 RJ-45 Port of the 8TRK and 4TRM
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Connecting to the 8TRK2
Connect a general trunk line to a pin of the terminal block connected to the OfficeServ
7200 where the 8TRK2 is mounted using a pair of AWG #24 (or AWG #26) cables.
P1-P8 Port
(RJ-45)
P1 Port
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Function
-
-
-
C.O TIP
C.O RING
-
PFT TIP
PFT RING
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Function
-
-
-
C.O TIP
C.O RING
-
-
-
P2-P8 Ports
Figure 6.2 RJ-45 Port of the 8TRK2
Connecting to the 16TRK
Connect a general trunk line to a pin of the terminal block connected to the OfficeServ
7200 where the 16TRK is mounted using a pair of AWG #24 (or AWG #26) cables.
P1-P16 Port
(RJ-45)
P1 Port
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Function
-
-
-
C.O TIP
C.O RING
-
PFT TIP
PFT RING
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Function
-
-
-
C.O TIP
C.O RING
-
-
-
P2-P16 Ports
Figure 6.3 RJ-45 Port of the 16TRK
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6.2.3 Connecting T1/E1/PRI
TEPRIa can be connected to a T1/E1 C.O. line through a RJ-45 port.
As shown below, connect a T1 C.O. line or an E1 type PRI C.O. line to the T1/E1/PRI port
of the OfficeServ 7200.
T1/E1/PRI Port
(RJ-45)
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
T1 Function
Rx+
Rx-
-
Tx+
Tx-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Tx+
Tx-
-
Rx+
Rx-
E1/PRI
Function
Figure 6.4 RJ-45 Port of TEPRIa
6.2.4 Connecting a Leased Line
You can connect E&M, DID, and R/D leased lines to the 4HTRK through the RJ-45 port.
As shown below, connect the E&M, DID, and R/D ports in the OfficeServ 7200.
E&M/DID/R/D Port
(RJ-45)
Figure 6.5 RJ-45 Port of the 4HTRK
Pin No.
E&M
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
E (-54 V)
-
-
Tip
Ring
-
-
M (GND)
-
-
-
Tip
Ring
-
-
-
-
-
-
Tip
Ring
-
-
-
Function
DID
Function
R/D
Function
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6.2.5 Connecting a BRI
4BRI and 2BRM can be connected to BRI lines through a RJ-45 port. As shown below,
connect BRI lines to the 4BRI and 2BRM port of the OfficeServ 7200.
P1-T~P4-T port
(RJ-45)
Figure 6.6 RJ-45 Port of the 4BRI
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Function
-
-
Tx+
Rx+
Rx-
Tx-
-
-
P1~P2 port
(RJ-45)
Figure 6.7 RJ-45 Port of the 2BRM
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Function
-
-
Tx+
Rx+
Rx-
Tx-
-
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CHAPTER 7. Connecting Stations and
Additional Equipment
This chapter describes how to connect various stations and additional equipment, such as
analog/digital phones, door phones and door locks, to the OfficeServ 7200.
7.1 Connecting Stations
7.1.1 Cautions for Connecting Stations
Take the following cautions when connecting stations.
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Do not connect stations in weather conditions such as storm and lightning.
y
Do not connect stations in a humid area.
y
Comply with the manual of the station and with this manual when reconnecting
stations or changing connections.
y
Connect stations to a pair of #24 AWG or #26 AWG cables.
The distances between stations and the OfficeServ 7200 are as follows:
Table 7.1 Distance Between Stations and the System
Station
Distance
Digital phone
Maximum 400 m (for AWG #24)
Analog phone
Maximum 1 km (for AWG #24)
Door phone
Maximum 400 m (for AWG #24)
AOM
Maximum 400 m (for AWG #24)
SMT-R2000
Maximum 100 m (for Ethernet cable)
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Below are the power consumptions of the terminals that can be connected to the OfficeServ
7200.
Table 7.2 Power Consumption by Terminal Type
Terminal Type
Power Consumption
Analog Phone
1.44 W
Digital Phone 2-Line LCD Keyset (DS-5038S,
1.68 W
(DS-5021D, DS-5014D, DS-5007S, DS-5014S)
Digital Phone Large LCD Keyset (DS-5012L)
4.08 W
IP Phone 2-Line LCD Keyset
4.8 W
(ITP-5114D, ITP-5107S, ITP-5121D)
IP Phone LCD (128 x 64 pixels) Keyset (SMT-i3100)
3W
IP Phone 2-Line LCD IP Keyset (ITP-5112L)
5.7 W
Below are the maximum capacities of the terminals which can be connected when only the
built-in power of the OfficeServ 7200 is used.
Table 7.3 Maximum Mountable Capacities When Only the Built-in Power Is Used
Terminal Type
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Analog Phone/Digital Phone 2-Line LCD Keyset
52 EA
Digital Phone Large LCD Keyset
22 EA
IP Digital Phone 2-Line LCD Keyset
16 EA
IP Phone LCD (128 x 64 pixels) Keyset (SMT-i3100)
25 EA
IP Digital Phone Large LCD Keyset
10 EA
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7.1.2 Connecting an Analog Phone
Connect an analog phone to the 8SLI2, 16SLI2, 16MWSLI, 8COMBO2, 4SLM, 4SL2
mounted on the OfficeServ 7200.
Connecting to the 8SLI2
Connect a general analog phone to a port of the 8SLI2 using a pair of AWG #24 (or AWG
#26) cables.
P1-P8 Port
(RJ-45)
P1 Port
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Function
-
-
-
SLI 1 TIP
SLI 1
-
PFT
PFT
TIP
RING
RING
P2-P8 Ports
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Function
-
-
-
SLI 2 TIP
SLI 2 RING
-
-
-
Figure 7.3 RJ-45 Port of the 8SLI2
Connecting to the 16SLI2/16MWSLI
Connect an analog phone to the 16SLI2/16MWSLI by using a pair of AWG #24 or AWG
#26 cables.
P1-P16 port
(RJ-45)
P1 Port
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
Function
-
-
-
SLI 1 TIP
5
6
7
SLI 1
-
PFT
PFT
TIP
RING
RING
8
P2-P16 Port
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Function
-
-
-
SLI 2 TIP
SLI 2 RING
-
-
-
Figure 7.4 RJ-45 port of the 16SLI2/16MWSLI
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Connecting to the 8COMBO2
Connect a general analog phone to a port of the 8COMBO2 using a pair of AWG #24 (or
AWG #26) cables.
S1-S8 Port
(RJ-45)
S1-S8 Ports
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Function
-
-
-
SLI TIP
SLI RING
-
-
-
Figure 7.7 RJ-45 Port of the 8COMBO2
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Connecting to the 4SLM and 4SL2 of UNI
Connect an analog phone to the ports of 4SLM and 4SL2 of UNI by using a pair of AWG
#24 or AWG #26 cables.
P1~P4
(RJ-45)
P1-P4 port
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Function
-
-
-
SLI TIP
SLI RING
-
-
-
Figure 7.8 RJ-45 Port of the 4SLM and 4SL2
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7.1.3 Connecting a Digital Phone
Connect a digital phone to 8DLI, 16DLI2, 8COMBO2, 4DLM.
Connecting to the 8DLI
Connect a digital phone to the 8DLI by using a pair AWG #24 or AWG #26 cables.
P1~P8
(RJ-45)
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Function
-
-
-
DLI TIP
DLI RING
-
-
-
Figure 7.9 RJ-45 Port of the 8DLI
Connecting to the 16DLI2
Connect a digital phone to the 16DLI2 by using a pair of AWG #24 or AWG #26 cables.
P1-P16 Port
(RJ-45)
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Function
-
-
-
DLI TIP
DLI RING
-
-
-
Figure 7.11 RJ-45 Port of the 16DLI2
Connecting to the 8COMBO2
Connect a general analog phone to a port of the 8COMBO2 using a pair of AWG #24 (or
AWG #26) cables.
D1-D8 Port
(RJ-45)
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Function
-
-
-
DLI TIP
DLI RING
-
-
-
Figure 7.14 RJ-45 Port of the 8COMBO2
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Connecting to 4DLM of UNI
Connect an analog phone to the ports of 4DLM of UNI by using a pair of AWG #24 or
AWG #26 cables.
P1-P4 Ports
(RJ-45)
P1-P4 Ports
Pin No.
1
Function
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
-
DLI
DLI
-
-
-
TIP
RING
Figure 7.15 RJ-45 Port of 4DLM
Maximum number of DS-5012L phones connectable
Up to eight DS-5012L phones can be connected to each DLI board (8DLI) of the
OfficeServ 7200. If nine or more DS-5012L phones are connected to the DLI
board, the power provided to all digital phones connected to the same board is
turned off automatically. Up to 24 DS-5012L phones can be connected to the
basic cabinet or the expansion cabinet.
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7.1.4 Connecting a ISDN Phone
Connect an ISDN phone to 4BRI and 2BRM.
Connecting to the 4BRI and 2BRM
Connect an ISDN phone to the 4BRI and 2BRM using two pair AWG #24 or AWG #26
cables.
P1-S~P4-S port
(RJ-45)
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Function
-
-
Rx+
Tx+
Tx-
Rx-
-
-
Figure 7.16 RJ-45 Port of the 4BRI and 2BRM
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7.1.5 Connecting an IP Phone
IP phone enables calls through the Ethernet LAN.
The interface between a digital phone connected to the OfficeServ 7200 and an IP phone
connected to LAN is as follows:
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
The connection between a digital phone and an IP phone is established or released using
the IP address of the LAN connected to the OfficeServ 7200.
The digital phone connected to the OfficeServ 7200 converts the analog voice data to
PCM voice data and transmits the data to the MGI16 and OAS via through 16 DLI.
PCM voice data is converted to packet data by the MGI16 and OAS, and transmitted
to the IP phone.
The IP phone converts packet voice data to analog voice signals and displays the
signals through a phone receiver or a speaker.
Voice signals from the IP phone is converted to packet data and transmitted to the
MGI16 and OAS in the same way. The MGI16 converts the packet voice data to PCM
voice data and transmits the data to the digital phone through the 16DLI. The digital
phone converts the PCM voice data to analog data.
To make calls to digital phones of extension line subscribers by using IP phones, the
OfficeServ system equipped with a MGI16 and OAS should be accessed to LAN. Use the
IP phone after the MMS setting proper for the system.
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Voice
Digital Phone
IP Phone
MGI16/OAS
Analog
Voice
conversion
Packet data
PCM data
PCM data
conversion
Analog
16DLI2
conversion
Packet data
Digital Phone
Voice
LAN
Analog
conversion
IP Phone
Analog
Packet data
PCM data
PCM data
conversion
Packet data
conversion
Voice
16DLI2
Figure 7.17 Signal Transfer of IP Phones
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LAN Network
LIM
16DLI2
Digital Telephone
MGI16
Ethernet
IP Telephone
Figure 7.18 IP Phone Connection Diagram
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7.1.5.1 Connecting Boards to Ethernet
WIM/LIM/PLIM/PLIM2/GPLIMT/GSIMT/MGI16/MP20/MP20S/TEPRIa /SVMi20E/OAS can be connected to Ethernet by using an Ethernet cable.
RJ-45 port
y
WIM-P1, P2, P3 and P4 port
y
LIM, PLIM, PLIM2-all ports (P1~P16)
y
GSIMT-all ports (P1~P10)
y
GPLIMT-all ports (P1~P14)
y
MP20, MP20S, MGI16, TEPRIa, OAS and SVMi-20E-LAN port
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
WIM/MP20/MP20
Tx+
Tx-
Rx+
-
-
Rx-
-
-
LIM
Rx+
Rx-
Tx+
-
-
Tx-
-
-
PLIM
Rx+
Rx-
Tx+
RTN
RTN
Tx-
48-
48-
S/MGI16/SVMi20E/OAS
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7.1.5.2 Mounting the Gigabit Module into a Switch Board
SFP
connector
Figure 7.20 SFP Connector of a Switch Board
The GPLIM and GSIM provide a Gigabit interface and can support all of 1000BASETX/SX/LX using a Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP) connector.
Therefore, make sure to mount a gigabit interface module that matches the shape of the
connector you want to use and they must be connected with the same type of cable.
y
1000BASE-TX SFP Module-UTP Cable
y
1000BASE-SX-MMF Optic Cable
y
1000BASE-SX-SMF Optic Cable
Mounting the SFP TX Module
If you mount too forcefully the Small Form Factor Pluggable TX module in a
Gigabit 2-level cage of the GPLIMT, it may cause a contact failure leading to
abnormal operation of the product. When mounting the SFP TX module and its
cables, make sure that they are mounted correctly viewing the status of the link
LED on the front panel of the GPLIMT. A contact failure can occur only in the SFP
TX module.
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7.1.6 Connecting a Wireless LAN Access Point
Wireless LAN service offered by the OfficeServ 7200 requires the following equipment:
y
SMT-R2000: Wireless LAN Access Point (AP)
y
SMT-W5100: Wireless LAN IP phone
Table 7.4 Specification for Wireless LAN Connection
OfficeServ 7200
Item
Maximum number of users
Number of simultaneous users
Basic Cabinet
Basic and Expansion Cabinets
(MP20, MP20S)
(MP20 only)
32
32
MMC 845 setting (32)
MMC 845 setting (32)
Installation and Use of the SMT-R2000 and SMT-W5100
For the information on installation and use of the SMT-R2000 and SMT-W5100,
refer to the ‘VoWLAN Administrator Guide’.
Connect the WAN ports of the PLIM/PLIM2 and the SMT-R2000. As the PoE is supported,
you don’t need to connect an additional adapter to the SMT-R2000.
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7.1.7 Connecting to a Door Phone and a Door Lock
Connect a door phone and a door lock to the OfficeServ 7200 by using a Door Phone
Interface Module (DPIM).
Connect a pair of #24 AWG or #26 AWG cables to the LINE port of DPIM and to P1
through P8 of 8DLI/16DLI2, D1 through D8 of 8COMBO2 and P1 through P4 of 4DLM
of the OfficeServ 7200.
Connecting to the 8DLI and 4DLM
P1~P8
(RJ-45)
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Function
-
-
-
DLI TIP
DLI RING
-
-
-
Figure 7.21 RJ-45 Port of 8DLI and 4DLM
Connecting to the 16DLI2
P1-P16 Port
(RJ
45)
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Function
-
-
-
DLI
DLI
-
-
-
TIP
RING
Figure 7.23 RJ-45 Port of 16DLI2
Connecting to the 8COMBO2
D1~D8 Port
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Function
-
-
-
DLI
DLI
-
-
-
TIP
RING
Figure 7.26 RJ-45 Port of the 8COMBO2
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2)
Connect the DOOR BOX port of DPIM and the Line port of the door phone.
3)
When using an automatic door lock, connect the Lock port of the DPIM and the door
phone contact point to the door lock.
The door lock contact point is designed to control low-voltage relay and uses 24 VDC and
100 mA.
MMC
MMC 211 is used to assign call numbers to door phones.
For full and detailed instruction on the MMC program, refer to ‘OfficeServ 7200
Programming Manual’ in http://www.samsungdocs.co.kr.
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7.1.8 Connecting KDB-D/KDB-S
KDB-D and KDB-S are modules installed on a digital phone connected to the OfficeServ
7200. The KDB module enhances the functions of the phone and increases the number of
local ports according to module types.
Connecting KDB module
KDB-D and KDB-S is only for a digital phone connected to the 8DLI board, not for
a digital phone connected to the 16DLI2/8COMBO2 board.
The following example shows how a KDB module is installed on a DS-5000D series
digital phone:
1)
Take off the plastic cover on the bottom surface of the phone.
Plastic cover
Figure 7.27 Installing KDB Module (1)
2)
Insert the KDB module into the expansion module connector, and fasten the KDB with
screws.
KDB
Figure 7.28 Installing KDB Module (2)
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7.2 Connecting Additional Equipment
This section describes how to connect optional equipment, such as Music on Hold
(MOH)/Background Music (BGM) sources, external page devices, common bells, and PCs
for PCMMC/SMDR/CTI, to the OfficeServ 7200.
7.2.1 Connecting MOH/BGM Equipment
The OfficeServ 7200 offers music when while on hold. The system provides internal
tone/music and external music sources per C.O. or extension lines as the music source.
The selection of internal/external music sources is performed through MMC 861.
Two external music sources are offered while on hold. Connect the music sources to the
MISCI port of the MP20. The MIS optional board should have been mounted on the MP20.
MISC 2
MOH/BGM source of a user
MISC 1
MOH/BGM source of a user
Figure 7.29 Connecting MOH/BGM Sources with MP20
One external music source is provided while on hold, and the external music source is
connected to the MISC port.
If a pair of MOH/BGM Source lines is connected to pin4 and pin5 of the MISC port in
MP20S.
MOH/BGM source of a user
Figure 7.30 Connecting MOH/BGM Sources with MP20S
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MMC Related
Select music sources for C.O. lines through MMC 408 and music sources for
extensions through MMC 308.
For full and detailed instruction on the MMC program, refer to ‘OfficeServ 7200
Programming Manual’ in http://www.samsungdocs.co.kr.
7.2.2 Connecting External/Additional Page Equipment
Instead of an internal speaker, external broadcasting equipment, such as amps or speakers,
and additional equipment that can broadcast page (ring) signals outside a building can be
connected to the OfficeServ 7200.
Connect external/additional page equipment to the MISC1 and MISC2 ports of the MP20.
The MIS optional board should have been mounted on the MP20. The power of the
external/additional page equipment should be separately connected.
Dry contact #1
(For common bell)
Dry contact #2
(For external page)
Dry contact #3
(For external page)
MISC 2
MISC 1
External Page Equipment
Additional Page Equipment
Figure 7.31 Connecting External/Additional Page Equipment with MP20
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MP20S supports the channels for external broadcasting and one dry contact. If
If a pair of External Page Equipment lines is connected to pin3 and pin6, Dry Contact 1
lines is connected to pin1 and pin2, Dry Contact 2 lines is connected to pin7 and pin8 of
the MISC port in MP20S.
Dry Contact
(for Common bell)
External Page Equipment#
Figure 7.32 Connecting External/Additional Page Equipment with MP20S
Dry Contact
Dry Contact is a switch that can connect or cut the power or line to external
equipment.
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7.2.3 Connecting Common Bell
Common Bell is the ring type. So, when a ring is received through an extension of a group,
all extensions of the group also receive the ring.
Using common bell is required to connect the common bell to the MISC1 and MISC2 ports of
the MP20. MIS optional board should be already mounted on the MP20.
Dry contact #1
(For common bell)
Dry contact #2
(For external broadcasting)
Dry contact #3
(For external broadcasting)
MISC 2
MISC 1
Figure 7.33 Connecting Common Bell with MP20
MP20S supports only one dry contact for the common bell.
Dry contact
(For common bell)
Figure 7.34 Connecting Common Bells with MP20S
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7.2.4 Connecting Installation Tool
The system maintenance software is installed on a PC for programming. The Installation
Tool is an application that provides various functions necessary for system maintenance.
You can use the Installation Tool when you need to install a new system component or
change a system component or modify the database.
Below are the specifications required for the PC for programming where the Installation
Tool is to be installed.
Table 7.5 Specifications for the PC for Programming
Item
PC
Modem
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CPU
Pentium III or faster
Main Memory
256 MB or more
HDD Drive
At least 30 MB of free space
OS
Microsoft Windows 98 or newer
1,200~115,200 baud rate
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7.2.4.1 Connecting a PC for Programming Using a LAN Port
You can connect a PC where the Installation Tool is installed to the OfficeServ 7200 using
a LAN port. The Installation Tool allows you to manage the OfficeServ 7200 remotely.
This section describes how to connect a PC for programming to the OfficeServ 7200 and
how to configure the software to use that PC.
If a LAN is configured in your company, connect it to the LAN port of the MP20/MP20S
and the PC for programming to it. If no LAN is configured in your company, connect the
PC for programming to the LAN port of the LIM/PLIM/PLIM2.
MP20/MP20S
LAN
OfficeServ 7200
Installation Tool
or
MP20/MP20S
LIM
OfficeServ 7200
Installation Tool
Figure 7.35 Connecting Installation Tool
Below are the steps for connecting a PC for programming to the system.
1)
2)
Configure the network parameters using the MMC 830 program.
Configure the Installation Tool parameters.
Below is the description of each of the steps mentioned above.
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Configuring the network parameters using the MMC 830 program
This step configures the network parameters of the OfficeServ 7200.
Consult your network administrator for the network parameter values.
1)
2)
3)
4)
Set the IP address of the OfficeServ 7200.
Set the subnet mask of the OfficeServ 7200.
Set the gateway IP address of the OfficeServ 7200.
Reset the board.
Resetting the Board
You have the reset to board to apply the new settings. If the board is not reset
correctly, it may cause product malfunction.
Configuring the Installation Tool parameters
1)
Run the Installation Tool.
2)
On the main screen of the Installation Tool, select [System] Æ [Link Control] or
click the Port Basic icon.
Figure 7.36 Installation Tool
3)
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4)
If the Link Type is LAN, enter the IP address of the OfficeServ 7200 in the
[IP Address] field.
If the Link Type is MODEM enter the internal modem number of the OfficeServ 7200 in
the [Telephone] field.
7.2.4.2 Receiving alarm information with NMS Server
Set equally with ‘Configuring the network parameters using the MMC 830 program’ of
‘7.2.4.1 Connecting a PC for Programming Using a LAN Port’. If already set, execute
‘Configuring the network parameter of NMS Server to send alarm using MMC 830
program’.
Configuring the network parameters using the MMC 830 program
This step configures the network parameters of the OfficeServ 7200.
Consult your network administrator for the network parameter values.
1)
2)
3)
4)
Set the IP address of the OfficeServ 7200.
Set the subnet mask of the OfficeServ 7200.
Set the gateway IP address of the OfficeServ 7200.
Reset the board.
Configuring the network parameter of NMS Server to send alarm using MMC
830 program
Set IP address of NMS Server to send alarm in NMS Trap Server field. (Default port
information is 11162.)
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7.2.5 Connecting Web Management
Since OfficeServ 7200 with MP20S is equipped with the web server of Web Management,
it supports the remote access through the network. The system administrator can change the
system setting after getting access to Web Management by using a browser.
This section describes how to access OfficeServ 7200 with MP20S.
If the in-housing network is established, connect LAN to the LAN port of MP20S and
attempt the access in a client PC.
Setting Network parameter by using the MMC830 program
Set the network parameter of OfficeServ 7200 with MP20S. For the setting value of the
network parameter, contact the network administrator.
1)
2)
3)
4)
Set the IP address of OfficeServ 200 with MP20S.
Set the subnet mask of OfficeServ 200 with MP20S.
Set the gateway address of OfficeServ 200 with MP20S.
Reset the board.
About the board reset
To apply new setting, the board should be reset.
Getting access to Web Management from a client PC
1)
Execute your browser.(Internet Explorer 5.5 or higher)
2)
Access Web Management by using the LAN IP address.
Access address: https://[System LAN IP Address]
Figure 7.37 Web Management Initial Screen
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Enter your ID and password on the Web Management initial screen, and click the [OK]
button for login.
7.2.6 Connecting SMDR
The Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR) computer is used for recording call
information and for calculating phone bills or displaying various analysis data based on the
call data provided by the system. The SMDR computer can be connected to the system
through the LAN port of the LIM board or the WIM board.
SMDR system specification is as follows:
Table 7.6 SMDR System Specification
Category
Specification
Platform
IBM PC
CPU
Pentium 586 or higher
OS
Windows 95/98
Main memory
32 Mbytes or higher
MP20/MP20S
LAN
OfficeServ 7200
or
SMDR
MP20/ MP20S
LIM
LAN
OfficeServ 7200
SMDR
Figure 7.38 Connecting SMDR to the LAN port
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7.2.7 Connecting a Printer
The OfficeServ 7200 can connect to a printer. The system can print various call information
or event information created by the system.
A printer can be connected through the LAN port of the LIM board or the WIM.
MP20/ MP20S
LAN
OfficeServ 7200
or
MP20/ MP20S
Printer
LIM
LAN
OfficeServ 7200
Printer
Figure 7.39 Connecting Printer to the LAN port
MMC
After connecting a printer, execute MMC 804 and enter the I/O port through which
the printer is connected.
For full and detailed instruction on the MMC program, refer to ‘OfficeServ 7200
Programming Manual’ in http://www.samsungdocs.co.kr.
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CHAPTER 8. Starting the System
This chapter describes items to check before starting the OfficeServ 7200, the procedure
for starting the system, and the procedure for testing whether the system is normally
operating after startup.
8.1 Pre-Check
This section describes items to check before starting the OfficeServ 7200.
8.1.1 Atmospheric Conditions
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Temperature
Check if the temperature of the room where the system is installed is between 0°C and
45°C. If the room temperature is higher or lower than the normal operation
temperature, install a heating/cooling device to maintain normal temperature.
y
Humidity
Check if the humidity of the room where the system is installed is between 10% and
90%. Take special caution since humidity affects the electrical components and
connectors of the system.
y
Direct sunlight and dust
The room where the OfficeServ 7200 is installed should be protected from direct
sunlight and should have ventilation systems to prevent the system from
malfunctioning due to dusts.
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8.1.2 Safety Conditions
The building where the OfficeServ 7200 is installed should have lightning rods and
grounding to protect the system against lightning and electric leakage.
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Check if the OfficeServ 7200 is not inclined and is maintained horizontally.
y
Do not place devices that may cause electromagnetic interference near the system.
y
Place a fire extinguisher near the system. Since spring coolers can seriously damage
the system, use extinguishers such as Halor 1301 and Carbon Dioxide.
y
The input power should be between AC 220 V and 240 V/110 V (for USA). Motors or
compressors should not be used.
y
Check if the AC voltage switch of the PSU is properly set according to the voltage of
the input power, 220 VAC/110 V (for USA).
y
Check if the grounding terminal on the rear panel of the system is properly connected
to the external grounding.
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8.2 Starting the System
The procedure for starting the OfficeServ 7200 is as follows:
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
Check if the boards and cables are properly mounted and connected to the OfficeServ
7200 cabinet.
Turn on the power of the OfficeServ 7200 basic cabinet, and turn on the power of the
expansion cabinet.
Check the LEDs of the MP20/MP20S and LCP.
The RUN LED of the MP20/MP20S lights green and the MC LED flashes when the
system normally starts the booting process.
Once the booting is complete, the RUN LED of the MP20/MP20S flashes green, and
the MC LED stops flashing and remains lighted.
The RUN LED of the LCP flashes when the power supply and processor status of the
expansion rack is normal.
If the SD card is not detected
If the system cannot detect the SD card, the MC LED of the MP20/MP20S board
might not light or flash. In such cases, turn off the power of the basic cabinet,
replace the SD card and turn the power on again. If the SD card is still not
detected, turn off the power of the basic cabinet and eject the MP20/MP20S
board.
7)
8)
Check if the LED statuses of other interface boards are normal.
If the LED status of a MP20/MP20S, LCP, or interface board is abnormal, turn off the
power of the cabinet and turn the power on again.
LED Status & Shut-down
- Refer to the ‘OfficeServ 7200 General Description Guide’ for LED statuses of
each board.
- Shut-down is hardly required while operating the OfficeServ 7200. However,
when shutting down the system due to reasons such as moving the system,
turn off the power of the expansion cabinet, and turn off the power of the basic
cabinet.
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8.3 Numbering Extensions and C.O. Lines
Once the OfficeServ 7200 is booted, the MP20/MP20S /LCP verifies the boards mounted
on each slot and saves this information as the default configuration of the system.
According to the setting of the S3 switch (SW6, SW7, SW8) of the MP20/MP20S /LCP,
the OfficeServ 7200 assigns 3 or 4 digits to C.O. lines, extensions, and extension groups.
Refer to ‘Chapter 4. Mounting and Replacing Boards’ of this manual for details on setting
the S3 switch.
C.O. line numbers from 701 or 7001 are sequentially assigned to the C.O. line board
mounted on Slot 1 of the basic cabinet, and following numbers are continuously assigned
to the next C.O. line board of the next slot. However, only the numbers from 701 to 799 are
assigned when using 3 digits. For example, if an 8TRK is mounted on Slot 1 and an 8TRK
is mounted on slot2, 701 is assigned to the C1/S1/P1 port and 712 is assigned to the
C1/S2/P4 port. (Twelfth C.O. line is assigned to the fourth port of the second slot of the
first cabinet.)
Extension numbers from 201 or 2001 are sequentially assigned to the extension board
mounted on slot 1 of the basic cabinet, and following numbers are continuously assigned to
the next extension board of the next slot. This numbering process continues until the
extension numbers are assigned to all extensions. However, only the numbers from 201 to
349 are assigned when using 3 digits.
The last port of the first 8DLI is assigned to the attendant group as default. All C.O. lines
ring this attendant extension unless the default value is changed. Thus, a phone with an
LCD panel should be connected to the last port of the first 8DLI.
500-549 or 5001-5049 is assigned to an extension group.
The numbers of C.O. lines, extensions, or extension groups can be changed using the MMC
724 program.
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8.4 Checking System Operation
After starting the OfficeServ 7200, check if the system is operating normally.
Check if the basic functions of the OfficeServ 7200, such as Station Call, Station Camp-On,
C.O. Line Call, and C.O. Line Camp-On are properly executed.
8.4.1 Station Call Function
First, follow the procedure below and check if calls between stations are enabled:
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Lift the handset of a station.
Verify the dial tone.
Press an extension number.
Check if the dial tone stops.
Press all extension numbers.
Verify the ring back tone.
Once the recipient answers the call, check the call status.
Hang up the phone and call a busy station.
Verify the busy tone.
8.4.2 Station Camp-On Function
If a caller dials a number and the recipient is busy, this function automatically connects the
recipient and the caller right after the recipient hangs up the call.
Follow the procedure below and check the Station Camp-On function:
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
Lift the handset of the test phone and dial a busy station.
Verify the busy tone.
Upon verifying the busy tone, press the hook flash button.
Check if the busy tone stops.
Press the reservation code.
Verify a confirmation tone.
Replace the handsets of the test phone and the busy station.
Check if the test phone rings.
Lift the handset of the test phone.
Check if the ring stops and confirm the ring-back tone.
Check if the other phone rings.
Lift the handset of the other phone.
Check if the other phone stops to ring, if the ring-back tone of the test phone stops, and
if the parties are normally connected.
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8.4.3 C.O. Line Call Function
Follow the procedure below and check if outside calls are normally connected.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Lift the handset of the test phone.
Verify the intercom dial tone.
Press the C.O. line call code.
Verify the C.O. line dial tone.
Check if an error tone is activated for phones that do not support C.O. line calls.
Press an external number.
Verify the ring back tone.
Once the call is connected, check the call status.
8.4.4 C.O. Line Camp-On Function
If a caller presses a C.O. line code to make an outside call and all C.O. lines are busy, this
function reserves a C.O. line and notifies the caller if the C.O. line becomes available.
Follow the procedure below and check the C.O. Line Camp-On function.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
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Lift the handset of the test phone and press a C.O. line code.
Verify the C.O. line dial tone.
Check if a busy tone rings when all C.O. lines are busy.
Upon verifying the busy tone, press the hook flash switch of the test phone.
Check if the busy tone stops.
Press the code number of the C.O. line Camp-On function.
Verify the confirmation tone.
Replace the handset of the test phone and make the C.O. line idle.
Check if the test phone rings and if the C.O. line becomes busy.
Lift the handset of the test phone.
Check if the test phone stops to ring and verify the intercom dial tone and the C.O. line
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8.4.5 Checking if the fan is in normal operation
When the fan connected to the system is not operating, the 48 DC power and the system
operation will be turned off to prevent the system overheating.
This function is set in the program to manage sending the internal alarm notification in 24
hours.
The function can be set with following methods.
1)
Designate SYSALM key in the MMC722 and the designated key will be set in the
manager's digital phone.
2) When the alarm is generated in the phone, the cause of alarm can be checked in the
MMC851.
The MJA08 message generation means an abnormal fan operation, and the system will
be turned off after 24 hours.
When this alarm occurs, the fan must be replaced immediately.
8.4.6 Using the Reset Button
The system has one reset buttons. It is the 'RST' button on the front panel.
The reset button has the following functions.
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If the reset button is pressed, the system is restarted while the power is still being
supplied.
y
At this time, if the user holds down the button for less than 7 seconds, the system is
just restarted. If the user presses the button for more than 7 seconds, all database
information in the system is removed and the system is then restarted.
y
To initialize the system, hold down the reset button for more than 7 seconds. All
database information stored currently in the system is removed and the system is then
restarted in its initial status. As a result of this, the reset button can be used for easy
initialization of the system.
8.4.7 Checking the System IP Address
To use the IP Phone and SIP Trunk, and other functions in this system, the system IP
address must be set. Therefore, when installing the system, the IP address must be checked
using a PC or digital phone.
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8.4.8 Setting the VM/AA Function
The MP20S supports the VM/AA function without SVMi-20E. Up to six (6) VM/ AA ports
are supported. There is no additional optional item to use this function. But the license key
must be entered.
VM Function
Up to six (6) channels can be used. The maximum recording time is about 50 hours.
During installation, the license key must be entered in accordance with the number of the
channels to use. If you want to use AA function not VM, there is no need to enter license
key.
8.4.9 Clock Chip Backup
The clock chip of the OfficeServ 7200 is designed to back itself up even while the power is
turned off.
The maximum backup time of the clock chip is ten (10) days. If ten (10) days pass, the
system time should be reset (MMC5050) because the time information of the system may
be erased.
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ABBREVIATION
A
AFT
Automatic Function Test
AOM
Add On Module
AP
Access Point
AWG
American Wire Gauge
BRI
Basic Rate Interface
BRM
Basic Rate interface Module
CTI
Computer Telephony Integration
DGP
Digital Phone
DLI
Digital Line Interface
DLM
Digital Line interface Module
DPIM
Door Phone Interface Module
GND
Ground
GSIMT
GPLIMT
Gigabit Switch Interface Module TX
Gigabit PoE LAN Interface Module TX
HTRK
Hybrid Trunk
B
C
D
G
H
I
IGMP
Internet Group Management Protocol
IP
Internet Protocol
ISDN
Integrated Services Digital Network
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ABBREVIATION
K
KDB
Keyset Daughter Board
LAN
Local Area Network
LCD
Liquid Crystal Display
L
LCP
Local Control Processor
LED
Light Emitting Diode
LIM
LAN Interface Module
MP20
Main Control Processor
MP20S
Main Control Processor for Single cabinet
MGI
Media Gateway Interface
MMC
Man Machine Command
M
MOH
Music On Hold
MIS
Miscellaneous
OAS
OfficeServ Application Server
PCM
Pulse Code Modulation
PCMMC
PC based Man Machine Communication
PPPoE
Point to Point Protocol over Ethernet
O
P
PRI
Primary Rate Interface
PSU
Power Supply Unit
Q-SIG
Q-Signaling
QoS
Quality of Service
RCM
R2 CID Module
SL2
Subscriber Line interface module 2
Q
R
S
II
SLI
Subscriber Line Interface
SLM
Subscriber Line interface Module
SMDR
Station Message Detail Recording
SWM
Switch Module
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TEPRIa
T1E1 Primary Rate Interface advanced
TRK
Trunk
TRM
Trunk Module
UNI
Universal
UTP
Unshielded Twisted Pair
U
V
VLAN
Virtual Local Area Network
VMS
Voice Mailing System
W
WAN
Wide Area Network
WIM
WAN Interface Module
WIMD
WAN Interface Module Daughter board
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