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BIPAC-2AB 2.0

ISDN a/b Adaptor

User’s Manual

Declaration of Conformity

Konformitätserklärung in accordance with the Radio and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Act (FTEG) and Directive 1999/5/EC (R&TTE Directive) gemäß dem Gesetz über Funkanlagen und Telekommunikationsendeinrichtungen (FTEG) und der Richtlinie 1999/5/EG (R&TTE)

The Manufacturer: Billion Electric Co., Ltd.

Hersteller: 8F, No. 192, Sec. 2, Chung Hsing Rd.,

Taiwan,

declares that the product: BIPAC-2AB V2.0 erklärt, dass das Produkt: Telecommunications terminal equipment

Telekommunikations(Tk-)endeinrichtung

Intended purpose:

Verwendungszweck:

ISDN a/b Adaptor complies with the essential requirements of §3 and the other relevant provisions of the FTEG

(Article 3 of the R&TTE Directive), when used for its intended purpose. bei bestimmungsgemäßer Verwendung den grundlegenden Anforderungen des § 3 und den übrigen einschlägigen Bestimmungen des FTEG (Artikel 3 der R&TTE) entspricht.

Harmonised standards: Health and Safety requirements contained in §3 (1) 1. (Article 3 (1) a))

Harmonisierte Normen: Gesundheit und Sicherheit gemäß §3 (1) 1. (Artikel 3 (1) a))

EN 60950:1992+A1: 1993+A2: 1993+A3: 1995+A4: 1997+A11: 1997

Harmonised standards: Protection requirements with respect to EMC §3 (1) 2, (Article 3 (1) b))

Harmonisierte Normen: Schutzanforderungen in Bezug auf die EMV §3 (1) 2, Artikel 3 (1) b))

EN 55022: 1998, Class B, EN 61000-3-2+A12: 1996, EN 61000-3-3: 1995

IEC 61000-4-2: 1995, IEC 61000-4-3: 1995, IEC 61000-4-4: 1995, IEC 61000-4-5: 1995,

IEC 61000-4-6: 1996, IEC 61000-4-11: 1994

Interface specification: Termination point of a public telecom. Network specification

Schnittstellenspezifikation: Netzabschluss eines öffentlichen TK-Netzes Spezifikation

TBR3(11.95), TBR3/A1(12.97), part of Ets 300 047-3(08.92)

This declaration is issued by:

Diese Erklärung wird verantwortlich abgegeben durch:

__ ____________________

(Place) (Date) General Manager

Billion Deutschland

Table of Contents

CHAPTER 1 1

Introduction ................................................................................... 1

An Overview of the BIPAC-2AB 2.0 .......................................... 1

Package Contents ......................................................................... 2

BIPAC-2AB 2.0 Features............................................................. 3

CHAPTER 2 4

Using BIPAC-2AB 2.0 ................................................................... 4

Before Connecting ....................................................................... 4

Connecting the BIPAC-2AB 2.0 .................................................. 4

The Front Panel LEDs ................................................................. 5

Programming the BIPAC-2AB 2.0 Functions.............................. 6

Using the Telephone Functions.................................................... 8

CHAPTER 3 12

Troubleshooting ........................................................................... 12

Troubleshooting Procedures ...................................................... 12

Chapter 1

Introduction

An Overview of the BIPAC-2AB 2.0

What is ISDN?

ISDN is an abbreviation for Integrated Services Digital Network. ISDN transfers information digitally and integrates all telecommunication services

(such as telephone, teletext, videotex, etc.) into a single network. Using

ISDN, you can transfer text, voice, data files, images, and even video.

Before the use of ISDN, telecommunications operated using analog devices, which limited the quality of telecommunication transfers. With ISDN technology, the telephone lines can transmit data digitally with much greater speed and clarity of transmission than with analog transmissions. The ISDN is capable of transmitting all kinds of information at greatly accelerated rates. A typical modem transmission has a rate of 56Kbps (kilobits per

second or thousand bits per second). ISDN digital technology allows transfer rates of up to 128Kbps.

Because ISDN transmits data digitally, the data is virtually error free, and the transmission is much clearer, with fewer interruptions and slowdowns in facsimile transmissions. With ISDN devices implemented throughout the world, a truly digital network will emerge, allowing everyone fast and easy access to the global information highway.

BIPAC-2AB 2.0 User’s Manual

The BIPAC-2AB 2.0 ISDN a/b Adaptor

The BIPAC-2AB 2.0 ISDN a/b adaptor allows you to make the transition from analog to digital without having to discard all your present analog devices. The BIPAC-2AB 2.0 provides an interface between your ISDN line and present analog devices such as your telephone. With a full array of convenient functions such as call waiting, call holding, call transfer, call forwarding and speed dialing among others, your BIPAC-2AB 2.0 will help you step from the world of analog communications right into the 21 st century world of ISDN!

BIPAC-2AB 2.0

F IGURE 1: T HE BIPAC-2AB 2.0 ISDN A / B A DAPTOR

Package Contents

The BIPAC-2AB 2.0 package comes with the following accessories:

1. The BIPAC-2AB 2.0 external ISDN a/b adaptor

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Chapter 1 Introduction

2. One RJ-45 cable

3. One AC-to-DC power adaptor

4. This User’s Manual

BIPAC-2AB 2.0 Features

The BIPAC-2AB 2.0 supports many standard and enhanced features that allow you to make full use of ISDN services with your existing analog devices, including the following:

Caller ID

Individual phone number (MSN) for each analog port

Password-protected for configurations

Inter-call

Call waiting

Call hold/retrieve

Internal call transfer

Internal call forwarding

Call suspend/resume

Supports “keypad protocol” for supplementary services

Speed dialing

Call filter

Do not disturb

Distinct ring pattern for different MSN

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Using BIPAC-2AB 2.0

Before Connecting

Make sure that you have all you need to connect the BIPAC-2AB 2.0 ISDN a/b adaptor. You should have the following:

1. At least one analog telephone (or other analog device)

2. A power outlet that supplies 220 ~ 240 volts AC

3. An ISDN basic rate S

0

interface released by PTT (Post, Telephone and Telegraph administration)

Connecting the BIPAC-2AB 2.0

Please refer to the following instructions and figures for installation procedures:

1. Connect one or two analog telephones (or other analog devices) to the

RJ-11 jacks labeled “a/b 1” or “a/b 2” on the back of the BIPAC-2AB

2.0. Refer to Figure 2.

2. Connect your ISDN line to the RJ-45 jack labeled “ISDN S

0

” on the back of the BIPAC-2AB 2.0. Refer to Figure 2.

3. Plug the power adaptor into the power outlet. The POWER LED will illuminate on the front panel.

Chapter 2 Using BIPAC-2AB 2.0

F IGURE 2: C ONNECTING THE BIPAC-2AB 2.0

4. The BIPAC-2AB 2.0 ISDN a/b adaptor will run a Power-On selfdiagnostic test. The LEDs on the front panel will blink on and off one by one and the connected analog telephones will ring.

The Front Panel LEDs

The following illustration and table describe the front panel LEDs:

F IGURE 3: T HE F RONT P ANEL LED S

LED

PWR

RUN

ISDN

B1

B2

Meaning

When lit it indicates AC power is connected.

Flashes periodically to indicate that the BIPAC-2AB 2.0 is working properly.

When lit it indicates that the ISDN S0 bus is activated.

When lit it indicates that the ISDN “B1” channel is being accessed. It will flash during data transfer.

When lit it indicates that the ISDN “B2” channel is being accessed. It will flash during data transfer.

When lit it indicates that the analog device connected to the Phone 1 port is in use.

When lit it indicates that the analog device connected to the Phone 2 port is in use.

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Programming the BIPAC-2AB 2.0 Functions

The functions of BIPAC-2AB 2.0 are programmed by the use of the telephone number keys (0 ~ 9), the pound key (#), and the star key (*).

You should hear 2 short tones if the programming is successful; otherwise, you will hear more than 6 tones indicating failure of programming.

Function

Name

Password

Setup

Password

Enabling k e

ID k e

First

Field k e y y

* 98 * Old

Pass y

Second

Field

* 97 * Pass * Flag # k e y

Factory

Default

Special function

Setup

* 96 * Pass * Id

* 95 * Pass * Func

#

*

Third

Field k e y

Note

Flag=1: enable password

Id=0 or null: default setting

Flag # Func PCM

Flag=0 or null: A-Law

Flag=1: µ Law

Func Id=2, Bearer capability

Flag=0 or null: 3.1kHz audio

Flag=1: speech

Flag=2: G3 Fax

Func Id=3, Ring Signal

Flag=0 or null: 25Hz

Flag=1: 16Hz

Flag=2: 50 Hz

Func Id=4, Not check in-band tone

Flag=0 or null: disable

Flag=1: enable

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Caller ID

Setup

* 94 * Pass * Func * Parameter # Func

Flag=0 or null: disable

Flag=1: enable

Func Id=1, Caller ID Type

Parameter = 0~4

Func Id=2: Caller ID Country

Parameter= 0~99

Func Id=3, Date and Time

Func Id=4, Call waiting

Func Id=5, Insert zero number

Flag=0 or null: disable

Flag=1: enable

MSN Setup * 89 * Pass * Id * Number

MSN Listen

Enable

* 88 * Pass * Flag #

# Id=1~3, MSN1 ~ MSN3

Number Length <= 20

If Length = 0, Clear the setting

Flag=0 or null: Listen to all MSNs

Flag= 1: Listen to a specified MSNs

Flag= 2: Do not disturb

Calling

Party

Number

Setup

Speed

Dialing

Number

Setup

* 87 * Pass

* 86 * Pass

*

*

Authority

Setup Access code

* 85 * Pass *

Number #

Id *

Id *

Speed

Dialing

Number

Restricted

Number

Number Length <= 20

If Length = 0, Clear the setting

Number Length <= 24

If Length = 0, Clear the setting

Number Length <= 4

If Length = 0, Clear the setting

Call Filter

Setup

* 84 * Pass * Id * Number # Id=1~4

Number Length <= 20

If Length = 0, Clear the setting

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Ring

Pattern

(Alert

On/Off

Length)

Setup

Function

Enabling

Volume

Control

Setup

* 83 * Pass * Func Id * Parameter

* 82 * Pass

* 81 * Pass

*

*

Func Id

Func Id

*

*

Flag

Flag

# Func Id=0, Ring unit parameter=01~99(0.1s)

Default is 10 (1s)

Func Id=5, Hold Notice

Parameter=00~99 Ring unit

Default is 0

Func Id=1~3, MSN1~3

Func Id=4, Default Ring Pattern

Func Id=6, Internal Ring Pattern

Parameter=x

1 x

2

1<=x

1

,x

2

<=9 Ring Unit

x

1

=ring on , x

2

=ring off

Default is x

1

=1 , x

2

=4

# Func Id=1, CLIR

Flag=0 or null: Disable

Flag=1: Enable one time

Flag=2: Enable always

Func Id=2, No Call Waiting

Func Id=3, Authority Setup

Func Id=4, Call Filter

Func Id=5, Internal Call Forwarding

Flag=0 or null: Disable

Flag=1: Enable

# Func Id=1, MIC Volume

Flag=0 (low) ~ 5 (high)

Func Id=2, Speaker Volume

Flag=0 (low) ~ 4 (high)

Shaded area can be ignored if the password is disabled.

The factory default password is 0000.

Using the Telephone Functions

With an analog telephone connected to the phone port of the ISDN TA, you can avail of the following functions by using the number keys (0 ~ 9), the pound key (#), and the star key (*):

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Function Description

External

Calling

To make an external phone call, dial the number as you would with a regular phone system.

Inter-call or

Internal

Calling

To make a call to the other analog port of the ISDN a/b adaptor, you can press:

#

Speed

Dialing

Redial

Pick Up

To dial any of the Speed Dialing numbers that you have programmed in, use the following command:

* 5 ID where ID is a number from 1 to 4.

Example: If the 4 th

speed dialing number is 5551113, the following combination:

* 54 dials a call with the number 5551113.

To redial a number, use the following command:

* 01

To answer an incoming call that is designated to the other analog port, you can press:

*02

Make a New

Call

To disconnect an active call and then have the dial-tone for making a new call to, you can press:

*03

Hold/

Retrieve

Disconnect and then

Retrieve

To put an active call on hold, use the following command line:

* #

To retrieve a call that’s been put on hold, press the star key and pound key (* #).

To disconnect an active call and then retrieve a call that has been put on hold, use the following command line:

*0 #

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Call

Waiting

Internal

Call

Transfer

Suspend/

Resume

If you have an active call and the Call Waiting function is enabled, you will hear two tones when there is another incoming call. You can switch between the two calls by using the

Hold/Retrieve function (* # ).

To transfer a call to the other analog port of the ISDN TA, you can first put the call on hold by pressing:

* #

Then, make an internal call with the following command:

#

After you put the telephone handset on-hook (hang up), the call will be transferred to the other port.

For two or more ISDN devices (for example, one ISDN a/b adaptor and one ISDN phone) connected to your ISDN line, you can suspend a call on one device (ISDN a/b adaptor) and resume the call on the other (ISDN phone).

To suspend a call with the analog telephone connected to the

ISDN a/b adaptor, enter this command:

** Call ID #

Call ID is not required or any number up to 8 digits.

You can resume the suspended call when you use the command with the same Call ID.

Example: If you receive a call in the living room and want to continue it in another room, use this combination

** 12345 # in the living room and hang up. Go to the other room and enter the command again:

** 12345 # your call is resumed.

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Keypad

Chapter 2 Using BIPAC-2AB 2.0

Some telephone companies’ ISDN systems are using “Keypad

Protocol” for activating/deactivating some supplementary services, such as external call forwarding. To let the ISDN a/b adaptor enter “Keypad” mode, you can press:

*00

Then, all the following keys and numbers will be sent out using

“Keypad Protocol”.

Example: If your telephone company give you a keypad command of *21*number# to activate the external call forwarding function, you can press:

*00*21*number# to send out *21*number# with “Keypad Protocol”. After the keypad command is sent out, all the incoming calls will be forwarded to the number.

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Chapter 3

Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting Procedures

Error

Event

The B1 LED is always lit after power up

The B2 LED is always lit after power up

No dial tone from

ISDN switch or

PABX

Possible

Cause

The RAM is defective.

The ISDN chip is defective.

1. Can not activate S

0

2. No B channel available

Remedy

Consult your dealer.

Consult your dealer.

1. Ensure that the

ISDN S

0

line is securely connected to the RJ-45 jack.

2. Ensure no other device is on the same S

0

line and occupying the B channel.

Appendix A — Product Support

Error

Event

Can not receive incoming call.

Possible

Cause

1. Incoming call’s phone number does not match any a/b port’s phone number

Remedy

1. Ensure that the phone number for each a/b port is correctly configured. function has been enabled.

Disturb.

Can not have call waiting function. function has been enabled.

1. Telephone company does not support this function.

Forwarding.

1. Check with your telephone company to see if it supports call waiting. function has been enabled.

Disturb.

If you continue to have problems you should contact the dealer where you bought this BIPAC-2AB 2.0. If you have any other questions you can contact

Billion Electric Co., Ltd. directly at the following addresses:

Email: [email protected]

WWW: http://www.billion.com.tw/

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