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Setting the Module Number
Installing the Dialogic®
Brooktrout® TR1034 T1/E1/IP
PCI Express Fax Board (Single
Span)
Part Number: 931-153-05
The Dialogic® Brooktrout®TR1034 T1/E1/IP
combination PCI Express boards (“TR1034” or
“TR1034 Fax Board(s)”) are full-sized, single slot,
PCI Express serial I/O bus-compatible boards with
T1/E1, Ethernet, and H.100 capabilities. The
TR1034 delivers 33.6 Kbps (V.34) fax transmission
speeds, up to 30 fax channels per board, and an
on-board T1/E1 interface (see Figure 6). The TR1034
includes an Ethernet connector for T.38 Fax over IP
and an H.100 connector to access off-board
resources.
The TR1034 T1/E1/IP PCI Express boards use 3.3V
and 12.0V power from the serial bus and can be
inserted in x4, x8, or x16 bus (signaling) slots.
Safety Compliance Statements
You must set each TR1034 Fax Board to a unique
module number to identify the resources associated
with a specific board in a multi-board system. Use
the rotary switch (Figure 1) to set the module
number for each TR1034 Fax Board (see location in
Figure 4). The available settings are 2 - F (0 and 1
are reserved).
Š
Set H.100 switches
on these boards to
the OFF position.
Š
Figure 2
Figure 1
Rotary Switch
Using the H.100 Clock Termination Switch
On a single TR1034 or on multiple TR1034 Fax
Boards installed in the same chassis, leave the
H.100 clock termination switch (Figure 4) in the
OFF position. Multiple TR1034 Fax Boards in the
same system do not require the use of a connecting
H.100 cable.
If you have a TR1034 and other boards that need to
be connected using an H.100 cable (not supplied),
you must terminate the H.100 clock signal. Only the
boards at each end of the cable must be terminated.
All other boards must not be terminated (see
Figure 2).
You need a separate fax application to use the
TR1034 Fax Board. Please contact your application
provider (normally a third party vendor) for the
correct operating system driver, supporting files,
and firmware.
Mounting
Bracket
Module Number
Switch
System Requirements
This board must be installed in an enclosure that
meets the following specifications.
Š A Pentium 4 or later host processor
Š A PCI Express serial I/O bus slot that is at least
x4 wide. See Recognizing PCI Express Slots for
more information.
Š Temperature: 0°C - 50°C
Š Humidity: 10% - 90% (noncondensing)
Š Power requirements:
3 W at 3.3 VDC
5 W at 12.0 VDC
8 W total power
Set the H.100 switch
to the ON position.
Set the H.100 switch
to the ON position.
Setting Clock Termination in a Series of Boards
Connected by an H.100 Bus
Install this board only in UL Listed equipment
that has instructions stating that the user may
install and remove accessory boards.
Disconnect any TNV circuit connectors
(telephone line cords) from this board before
removing the cover of the equipment.
Installing the Dialogic® Brooktrout® TR1034
Fax Board
Caution: A small amount of static electricity can
destroy the sensitive components on your board.
To prevent static damage, always connect yourself
to ground using a ground strap before touching a
circuit board. Handle boards only by the edges or
metal mounting brackets and transport boards in
an anti-static bag.
An H.100 termination switch (see Figure 3) controls
termination for the H.100 clock signals. Set the
switch to ON to terminate the H.100 clock on a
TR1034 Fax Board (see Figure 4 for the location of
the switch on the board).
To install the board:
ON
Push switch
toward mounting
bracket to
turn on.
Figure 3
H.100 Clock Termination Switch
H.100 Clock
Termination Switch
H.100 Connector
1. Power off the computer.
2. Remove the computer cover. If the system has a
board hold-down bar, remove it as well.
3. Locate an unused PCI Express bus slot (see
Figure 5).
4. Holding the TR1034 Fax Board at each top
corner, insert the board firmly into the PCI
Express slot.
5. Screw the board’s mounting bracket securely to
the computer's frame. See Figure 4.
6. Attach the connector on the H.100 cable to the
connector on the board, if needed.
7. Replace the computer cover.
8. Turn on the computer.
The board status LED (see Figure 4)
continuously flashes yellow when you turn the
computer on.
T1/E1
Warning: When installing the board, be sure that
the mounting bracket is securely fastened to the
chassis and the chassis is plugged into a
grounded three prong plug. Improper chassis or
bracket grounding can result in harmful or fatal
electrical shock as well as component damage.
Connector
T1/E1
Status LED
Ethernet
Connector
Note:
Board
Status LED
PCI Express Connector
Figure 4
Dialogic® Brooktrout® TR1034 T1/E1/IP/Ethernet
PCI Express Fax Board
Dialogic® Brooktrout® Fax Boards should not be
present in the computer during the installation of any
operating system. The operating system can
misinterpret the board as being some other device, with
unpredictable consequences.
Recognizing PCI Express Slots
Pinouts for the T1/E1 Connector
Dialogic® Brooktrout® Fax Board Status LED
Serial Number and MAC Address
The PCI Express slots in the computer chassis
appear as black slots. Figure 5 shows the different
variations of PCI Express slots. You can insert the
Dialogic® Brooktrout® TR1034 Fax Board into any
of the PCI Express slots shown in Figure 5.
Pins 1, 2, 4, and 5 on the RJ-48C telephone jack
provide T1/E1 data paths to and from the board. The
connector pins are configured as shown in the table
below and in (Figure 7).
The Board Status LED on the mounting bracket (see
Figure 6) indicates the overall status of the TR1034
Fax Board:
You can find the board serial number (2 letters and
9 digits) and MAC address (00A08A and 6 more
digits) on white labels on the back of the board.
PCI Express Board
Edge Connector
PCI Express x4 slot
PCI Express x8 slot
Board Status LED
Indicates
Getting Help
Signal Name
RJ-48C Pin
Off
Board has no power.
Transmit (TX) Tip
5
Flashing yellow
Transmit (TX) Ring
4
Board powered up and
ready to load firmware.
Receive (RX) Tip
2
Steady red
Receive (RX) Ring
1
Board powered up, but
failed tests.
Flashing yellow
and green
Board is downloading
firmware.
Flashing green
Firmware is downloaded
and the board is ready for
use.
Dialogic provides technical support for customers
who have purchased hardware or software products
from Dialogic. If you purchased products from a
reseller, please contact that reseller for technical
support. This equipment contains no
user-serviceable parts and is not intended for repair
by unauthorized personnel. If the equipment is
causing harm to the telephone network, the
telephone company might request that you
disconnect the equipment until the problem is
resolved.
PCI Express x16 slot
Pin
Insert board connector into any of
these slots
Figure 5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
PCI Express Serial Bus Slots
Connecting to the Telephone Service
An RJ-48C telephone jack on the board mounting
bracket (see Figure 6) provides the connection to the
T1/E1 service.
Figure 7
T1/E1 Connector A
T1/E1 Status LED A
Ethernet
Ethernet Connector
Board Status LED
Ethernet Activity LED
Ethernet Link LED
BOARD
STATUS
RX Ring
RX Tip
No connection
TX Ring
TX Tip
No connection
No connection
No connection
Š
Media: 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX
Connector: RJ-45
Pin 1 = TD+
Pin 2 = TD–
Pin 3 = RD+
Pin 6 = RD–
Cabling: Category 5 UTP up to 100m (328 feet)
Status Indicators
Ethernet Status LEDs
Figure 6
Front View of Mounting Bracket
The TR1034 Fax Board, when used with a T1/E1
line, is approved as a DSX-1 device and must be
connected to the telecommunications network
through a PBX or CSU.
Warning: Do not connect the Ethernet cable into
the T1/E1 connector, or vice versa. It can cause
serious damage to the board.
The Ethernet interface LEDs are located on the
mounting bracket Ethernet connector (see Figure 6).
Ethernet Status LEDs
Indicates
Activity
(Flashing yellow)
Activity on Ethernet.
Link (Green)
Link is established.
To obtain technical support, please use the website:
www.dialogic.com/support
T1/E1 Status LED
The T1/E1 Status LED on the bracket (Figure 6)
represents the T1/E1 service status as shown:
T1/E1 Status LED
Indicates
Off
The software has not yet
initialized the board with the
telephony configuration.
Green
Normal error-free operation;
layer 1 is up.
Red
Red alarm (loss of incoming
network signal).
Yellow
Yellow alarm (transmitting
alarm – board is failing to
synchronize with incoming
signal).
T1/E1 RJ-48C Pinouts
Ethernet Specifications
Š
Š
T1/E1
-A
Indicates
Green with
flashing red
Clocking error, bipolar
violation, cyclic redundancy
error, or other error.
Using the Dialogic® Brooktrout® TR1034 Fax
Board
Once you have installed the TR1034 Fax Board,
install and configure your fax software application
according to instructions included with the software.
After you have set up your software to support the
TR1034 Fax Board, you can send and receive faxes.
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