iPECS eMG80

iPECS eMG80
iPECS eMG80
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Manual
Please read this manual carefully before operating System.
Retain it for future reference.
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Regulatory Information
Before connecting iPECS eMG80 to the telephone network, you may be required to notify your local
serving telephone company of your intention to use "customer provided equipment". You may further be
required to provide any or all of the following information:
PSTN line Telephone numbers to be connected to the system
Model name
iPECS eMG80
Local regulatory agency registration number
consult local Ericsson-LG Enterprise representative
Ringer equivalence
0.1B
Registered jack
RJ-11
This equipment complies with the following regulatory standards, that is, the safety requirements of
EN60950-1, and the EMC requirement of EN55022 and EN55024.
If the telephone company determines that customer provided equipment is faulty and may possibly cause
harm or interruption in service to the telephone network, it should be disconnected until repair can be
affected. If this is not done, the telephone company may temporarily disconnect service.
The local telephone company may make changes in its communications facilities or procedures. If these
changes could reasonably be expected to affect the use of iPECS eMG80 or compatibility with the
network, the telephone company is required to give advanced written notice to the user, allowing the user
to take appropriate steps to maintain telephone service.
IPECS eMG80 complies with rules regarding radiation and radio frequency emission as defined by local
regulatory agencies. In accordance with these agencies, you may be required to provide information
such as the following to the end user.
European Union Declarations of Conformity
Ericsson-LG Enterprise Co., Ltd. declares that the equipment specified in this document bearing the “CE”
mark conforms to the European Union Radio and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment
Directive(R&TTE 1999/5/EC), including the Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive (2004/108/EC) and
Low Voltage Directive (2006/95/EC). Copies of these Declarations of Conformity (DoCs) can be obtained
by contacting your local sales representative.
FCC/CSA Interference Statement
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant
to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates,
uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this
equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be
required to correct the interference at his own expense.
This device complies with part 15 /RSS-GEN of the FCC/IC rules. Operation is subject to the following
two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference; and (2) This device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
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The use of this device in a system operating either partially or completely outdoors may require the user
to obtain a license for the system according to the Canadian regulations. For further information contact
your Local Industry Canada office.
CAUTION
Any changes or modifications in construction of this device which are not expressly approved by the
party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
WARNING
This is a class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which
case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
WARNING
This equipment generates and uses R.F. energy, and if not installed and used in accordance with the
Instruction Manual, it may cause interference to radio communications. It has been tested and found to
comply with the appropriate limits for a telecommunication device. The limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against such interference, when operated in a commercial environment. Operation
of this equipment in a residential area could cause interference, in which case the user, at their expense,
will be required to take whatever measures may be required to correct the interference.
Disposal of Old Appliance
When the displayed symbol (crossed-out wheeled bin) is adhered to a product, it designates the product
is covered by the European Directive 2012/19/EC.

All electric and electronic products should be disposed of only in special
collection facilities appointed by government or local/municipal authorities.

The correct disposal of your old appliance will help prevent potential
negative consequences for the environment and human health.

For more detailed information about disposal of your old appliances, please
contact your city office, waste disposal service or the place of product
purchase.
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Revision History
SW version
1.0.x
Issue
1.2.x
1.0
1.1
1.2
2.0.X
1.3
Date
DESCRIPTION OF CHANGES
Sep, 2013 Initial Release
Dec, 2013 Minor Spec. updates and Changed Ericsson-LG to Ericsson-LG Enterprise
June, 2015 Added LIP-9000 series.
Added Pre-installation guide for power cord.
Update Installation wizard.
Jan, 2016 Added MEMU2, GDC-480H, LDP-9200 Series, LIP-9071 Phone.
Updated the Login screen and Install wizard (adding Keyset admin P/W).
The contents of this document are subject to revision without notice, due to continued progress
in methodology, design, and manufacturing. Ericsson-LG Enterprise shall have no liability for
any error or damage of any kind resulting from the use of this document.
Copyright© 2013 Ericsson-LG Enterprise Co., Ltd. All Rights Reserved
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retrieve this material to Ericsson-LG Enterprise.
iPECS is trademark of Ericsson-LG Enterprise Co., Ltd.
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Table of Contents
1. INTRODUCTION ......................................................................................1
1.1
1.2
Important Safety Instructions ..................................................................... 1
1.1.1
Safety Requirements .........................................................................................1
1.1.2
Precaution .........................................................................................................2
About This Manual ....................................................................................... 3
2. SYSTEM OVERVIEW ..............................................................................4
2.1
iPECS eMG80 System Highlights ............................................................... 4
2.2
General Cabinet Description ....................................................................... 4
2.3
System Connection Diagram ...................................................................... 6
2.4
System Components ................................................................................... 7
2.5
Specifications............................................................................................... 9
2.5.1
General Specifications .......................................................................................9
2.5.2
System Capacity..............................................................................................10
2.5.3
Base station specification (GDC-600BE) .........................................................16
2.5.4
Wireless Terminal specification (GDC-450H/480H/500H) ................................16
3. INSTALLATION OVERVIEW .................................................................17
3.1
Pre-Installation Guidelines ........................................................................ 17
3.1.1
Safety Installation Instructions .........................................................................17
3.1.2
Installation precautions ....................................................................................17
3.1.3
Wiring Precautions ..........................................................................................18
3.1.4
Checking Power cord.......................................................................................18
3.2
Installation Overview ................................................................................. 19
3.3
Preparation ................................................................................................. 19
4. BOARD INSTALLATION AND DESCRIPTION ....................................22
4.1
General information ................................................................................... 22
4.2
Closing and Opening the front cover ....................................................... 22
4.3
Removing and Replacing the KSU & Cord cover .................................... 24
4.4
Installation of Option Boards .................................................................... 25
4.5
KSU Main Board Unit (MBU) ..................................................................... 26
4.6
4.5.1
MBUA (Main Board Unit) .................................................................................26
4.5.2
MBUAD (Main Board Unit) ...............................................................................29
4.5.3
MBUI (Main Board Unit)...................................................................................32
4.5.4
MBUID (Main Board Unit) ................................................................................35
EKSU Expansion Main Board Unit (EMBU) .............................................. 38
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Optional Interface Boards ......................................................................... 41
4.7.1
CH204 (2 CO Line and 4 Hybrid Interface Board) ............................................42
4.7.2
CH408 (4 CO Line and 8 Hybrid Interface Board) ............................................43
4.7.3
CS416 (4 CO and 16 SLT Interface Board) .....................................................44
4.7.4
BH104 (1BRI and 4 Hybrid Interface Board) ....................................................45
4.7.5
BH208 (2BRI and 8 Hybrid Interface Board) ....................................................47
4.7.6
PRIU (1 PRI -30 Channels- Interface Board) ...................................................48
4.7.7
BRIU2 (2 BRI -4 Channels- Interface Board) ...................................................50
4.7.8
HYB8 (Hybrid 8 Interface Board) .....................................................................52
4.7.9
SLB16 (SLT 16 Interface Board) ......................................................................53
4.7.10 WTIB4 (Wireless DECT Interface Board) .........................................................54
4.8
Optional Function Boards ......................................................................... 56
4.8.1
VVMU (VoIP & Voice Mail Unit) .......................................................................56
4.8.2
MEMU (Memory Expansion Module Unit) ........................................................58
4.8.3
MEMU2 (Memory Expansion Module Unit) ......................................................58
4.8.4
MODU (Modem Function Unit) ........................................................................59
4.8.5
MG-CMU4 (Call Metering - 50Hz/12KHz/16KHz Unit) .....................................59
5. MOUNTING THE KSU AND EKSU .......................................................60
5.1
KSU Exterior and Dimension .................................................................... 60
5.2
Desk Mount ................................................................................................. 61
5.3
Wall Mount .................................................................................................. 62
5.4
Rack Mount ................................................................................................. 63
6. KSU AND EKSU WIRING ......................................................................65
6.1
Connecting the Basic and Expansion KSUs ........................................... 65
6.2
Grounding the KSUs .................................................................................. 66
6.3
External Backup Battery Installation ........................................................ 67
6.4
Line and Station Modular Jack Wiring ..................................................... 69
6.4.1
CO Line Modular Jack Wiring ..........................................................................69
6.4.2
BRI Line Modular Jack Wiring..........................................................................69
6.4.3
PRI Line Modular Jack Wiring..........................................................................70
6.4.4
Digital Station Modular Jack Wiring .................................................................70
6.4.5
Hybrid Station Modular Jack Wiring .................................................................71
6.4.6
DKT/SLT Station Modular Jack Wiring .............................................................71
6.4.7
SLT Station Modular Jack Wiring .....................................................................72
6.4.8
WTIB4 Base Station Modular Jack Wiring .......................................................72
6.5
MBU and VVMU LAN Port Wiring.............................................................. 75
6.6
USB port ..................................................................................................... 75
6.7
Connecting Miscellaneous Devices ......................................................... 76
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6.8
RS-232 Serial Port Wiring .......................................................................... 78
6.9
Cable Wiring ............................................................................................... 79
6.9.1
Dressing the Wall Mount Wiring .......................................................................79
6.9.2
Rack Mount Wiring ..........................................................................................80
6.9.3
Replace the Cord Cover ..................................................................................81
7. TERMINAL CONNECTION AND WIRING ............................................82
7.1
Terminal Models ......................................................................................... 82
7.2
Terminal Cabling Distance ........................................................................ 84
7.3
Terminal Connection ................................................................................. 85
7.4
7.3.1
DKTU Wiring....................................................................................................85
7.3.2
SLT Wiring.......................................................................................................85
7.3.3
LIP Phone Wiring.............................................................................................86
7.3.4
DSS/BLF Console Installation & Wiring ...........................................................87
Terminal Wall Mount .................................................................................. 94
7.4.1
LDP-7000/9000/9200 series Wall Mount..........................................................94
7.4.2
LIP-8000/8000E Wall Mount ............................................................................94
7.4.3
LIP-9000 Wall Mount .......................................................................................95
8. STARTING IPECS EMG80 ....................................................................96
8.1
iPECS eMG80 System Initial Power-up .................................................... 96
8.2
Verify the Nation Code............................................................................... 97
8.2.1
8.3
Using the DKT .................................................................................................97
Installation Wizard ..................................................................................... 98
9. MAINTENANCE & TROUBLESHOOTING .........................................104
9.1
General Maintenance ............................................................................... 104
9.2
PSU Fuse Replacement ........................................................................... 104
9.3
Troubleshooting ....................................................................................... 105
10.
OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE NOTICE ..........................................106
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1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 Important Safety Instructions
1.1.1 Safety Requirements

When using your telephone equipment, basic safety precautions should always be
followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and other personal injury, including the
following:

Please read and understand all instructions.

Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product.

Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. A slightly damp cloth should be
used for cleaning; do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners.

Do not use this product near water, such as bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink or laundry tub,
a wet basement, or near a swimming pool.

Do not place this product on an unstable stand or table. The product may fall, causing
serious damage to the product or serious injury.

Slots and openings in the KSU and the back or bottom are provided for ventilation, to
protect it from overheating, these openings must not be blocked or covered. The openings
should never be blocked by placing the product on a bed, sofa, or other similar surface.
This product should never be placed near or over a radiator or other heat source. This
product should not be placed in a built-in installation without proper ventilation.

This product should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the
product label. If you are not sure of the type of power supply to your location, consult your
dealer or local power company.

Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not locate this product where the cord
could be abused by people walking on it.

Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this can result in the risk of fire or
electric shock.

Never push objects of any kind into this product through KSU slots or connectors as they
may touch dangerous voltage points or short out parts that could result in a risk of fire,
electric shock or product failure. Never spill liquid of any kind on the product.

To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not disassemble this product. Instead, take it to a
qualified person when service or repair work is required. Opening or removing covers may
expose you to dangerous voltages or other risk. Incorrect reassemble can cause electric
shock when the appliance is subsequently used.

Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel
under the following conditions:
1.
2.
3.
4.
When the power supply cord or plug is damaged or frayed.
If liquid has been spilled into the product.
If the product has been exposed to rain or water.
If the product does not operate normally by following the operating instructions. Adjust
only those controls that are covered by the operating instructions because improper
adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work
by a qualified technician to restore the product to normal operation.
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5. If the product has been dropped or the KSU has been damaged.
6. If the product exhibits a distinct change in performance.
 Avoid using a telephone during an electrical storm. There is a remote risk of electric shock
from lightning.

In the event of a gas leak, do not use the telephone near the leak.
1.1.2 Precaution

Keep the system away from heating appliances and electrical noise generating devices
such as florescent lamps, motors and televisions. These noise sources can interfere with
the performance of iPECS eMG80 System.

This system should be kept free of dust, moisture, high temperature (more than 40
degrees) and vibration, and should not be exposed to direct sunlight.

Never attempt to insert wires, pins, etc. into the system. If the system does not operate
properly, the equipment should be repaired by an authorized Ericsson-LG Enterprise
service center.

Do not use benzene, paint thinner, or an abrasive powder to clean the KSU. Wipe it with a
soft cloth only.

This system should only be installed and serviced by qualified service personnel.

When a failure occurs which exposes any internal parts, disconnect the power supply cord
immediately and return this system to your dealer.

To prevent the risk of fire, electric shock or failure of the system, do not expose this
product to rain or any type of moisture.

To protect the internal components from static electricity, discharge body static before
touching connectors and/or components by touching ground or wearing a ground strap.

To reduce the risk of fire, use only No. 26 AWG or larger (e.g., 24 AWG) UL Listed or CSA
Certified Telecommunication Line Cord.

The Power supply cord is used as the main disconnect device. Ensure that the socketoutlet is located, installed near the equipment and is easily accessible.

A supplementary equipment earthing conductor is to be installed between the product or
system and earth, that is, in addition to the equipment earthing conductor in the power
supply cord.

Disconnect the Telecom connection before disconnecting the power connection prior to
relocating the equipment, and reconnect the power first.

This system is equipped with an earthing contact plug. For safety reasons this plug must
only be connected to an earthing contact socket which has been installed according to
regulations.
WARNING
Risk of Explosion if Battery is replaced by an Incorrect Type. Dispose of Used Batteries
According to the Instructions.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer.
Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturer’s instructions and local disposal
requirements.
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1.2 About This Manual
This document provides general information covering the description and installation of iPECS
eMG80 System hardware. While every effort has been taken to ensure the accuracy of this
information, Ericsson-LG Enterprise makes no warranty of accuracy or interpretations thereof.
The document is divided into nine (9) sections as described in the following.
Section 1 Introduction
This section introduces important safety information and the manual.
Section 2 System Overview
Provides general information on iPECS eMG80 System, including the system
specifications and capacity.
Section 3 Installation Overview
Describes detailed instructions for planning the installation site and procedures to install
iPECS eMG80 System.
Section 4 Board Installation & Description
Provides a description and instructions for installing components of iPECS eMG80.
Section 5 Mounting the KSU and EKSU
Provides instructions for mounting the KSU and EKSU.
Section 6 KSU and EKSU Wiring
Provides instructions on wiring the KSU and EKSU including Modular jacks for Lines,
stations, LAN ports, and Miscellaneous connections as well as Earth Grounding and
Battery Backup.
Section 7 Terminal Connections and Wiring
Describes the various terminals, maximum wiring distance, and other device connections
for the terminals.
Section 8 Starting iPECS eMG80 System
This section provides general information for starting the System, assigning the Nation
code, and running the Installation Wizard.
Section 9 Maintenance & Troubleshooting
Provides information on maintenance iPECS eMG80 System, replacing the PSU fuse and
deals with common troubleshooting issues.
Section 10 Open Source Software Notice
Provides information on open source software.
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2. SYSTEM OVERVIEW
2.1 iPECS eMG80 System Highlights
The eMG80 system employs a unique digital and IP converge architecture to deliver an
affordable, flexible powerful telecommunications platform for 8 to more than 100 phones that
is easy to install, manage and use. The eMG80 interfaces with analog CO lines, digital and
ISDN lines, and SIP trunks. For flexibility and ease of use, an array of user terminals are
available including proprietary digital and IP multi-button phones, as well as standard SLTs
and SIP phones. Also, terminals are available for mobility including DECT cordless and soft
clients for smart phones and laptops.
The system installs easily by inserting option boards to meet the customer configuration and
wiring with standard modular jacks. Web based management simplifies the admin process
locally or remotely and the Keyset admin is ideal for minor configuration changes desired by
the end-user.
The rich feature set spans all the basic features and functions of a modern communications
platform such as Transfer, Caller Id, MOH, etc. and delivers advanced functions including an
integrated multi-level Auto Attendant and Voice Mail with both mobile and E-mail notification.
In addition, the eMG80 is compatible with Ericsson-LG Enterprise optional advanced
communication applications supporting TAPI, desktop softphones, Unified Communication,
Call Center operation and more. Details on these advanced applications are available in the
respective product manuals available from Ericsson-LG Enterprise.
2.2 General Cabinet Description
The eMG80 system consists of a Key Service Unit (KSU) and, if required, an Expansion Key
Service Unit (EKSU). Each KSU consists of a plastic housing, a Main board and Power
Supply Unit as well as built-in outside line and station interfaces. Optional Interface and
Function boards may be equipped in the eMG80 KSU. In addition, on the bottom of each KSU
are the connections from the KSU to the EKSU.
As shown in Figure 2.2-1, on the left side of the KSU are connections for Battery Backup, AC
Power and Earth Ground as well as a Power switch. On the right side are modular jack
connections for Stations, external networks (Analog CO, BRI, and PRI lines), a Miscellaneous
jack, a DB9 for the RS232 serial connection and LAN connections for Web Admin access and
SIP trunks,. In addition, a recessed reset button is located between the modular jacks for the
external networks and the miscellaneous modular jack.
The EKSU, shown in Figure 2.2-2, is similar to the KSU except that on the right side there are
no LAN or RS232 connector, and no reset button.
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Figure 2.2-1 KSU Appearance
Figure 2.2-2 EKSU Appearance
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2.3 System Connection Diagram
The following Figure represents the interconnections available with iPECS eMG80 including
external network, terminals, miscellaneous, and admin interfaces.
Figure 2.2-3 System Connection Diagram
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2.4 System Components
The KSU can be equipped with one (1) of five (5) Main Boards (MBUs) and optional Interface
and Function boards. The specific MBU determines the type of external network and terminal
interfaces, and the optional Interface boards that can be installed in an eMG80 KSU. The
table 2.4-1 below shows all available components for an eMG80 KSU including the various
MBUs, and optional Interface and Function boards. The table 2.4-2 below indicates the
various interface boards available for each MBU as well as the EMBU housed in the
Expansion KSU.
Table 2.4-1 eMG80 Components
Item
Board
KSU
KSUA
MBUA
KSUAD
MBUAD
KSUI
MBUI
KSUID
MBUID
EKSU
EMBU
PSU
Description
Key Service Unit, eMG80 cabinet, KSU and EKSU
4 CO, 1 DKT and 7 Hybrid Interfaces
Voice Mail (2 channels/1 hour default, 8 channels/32 hours Max.)
VoIP (2 channels default, 16 channel Max.)
4 CO, 8 DKT and 4 SLT Interfaces
Voice Mail (2 channels/1 hour default, 8 channels/32 hours Max.)
VoIP (2-channels default, 16-channel Max.)
1 DKT and 7 Hybrid Interfaces
Voice Mail (2 channels/1 hour default, 8 channels/32 hours Max.)
VoIP (2 channels default, 16 channels Max.)
8 DKT and 4 SLT Interfaces
Voice Mail (2 channels/1 hour default, 8 channels/32 hours Max.)
VoIP (2 channels default, 16 channels Max.)
4 CO and 8 Hybrid
Power Supply Unit, pre-installed in each cabinet
Interface
Boards
eMG80-CH204
eMG80-CH408
eMG80-CS416
eMG80-BH104
eMG80-BH208
eMG80-HYB8
eMG80-SLB16
eMG80-PRIU
eMG80-BRIU2
eMG80-WTIB4
2 CO Line and 4 Hybrid Interface Board
4 CO Line and 8 Hybrid Interface Board
4 CO Line and 16 SLT Interface Board
1 BRI (2B+D) and 4 Hybrid Interface Board
2 BRI (2B+D) and 8 Hybrid Interface Board
8 Hybrid Interface Board
16 SLT Interface Board
1 PRI/E1R2 or T1 (30 or 24 channels) Interface Unit
2 BRI (2B+D) Interface Unit
Wireless Terminal Interface Board, supports 4 Base Stations and 24
channels
Function
Boards
eMG80-VVMU
8 VoIP & VM Channel (by license) and 16 hours for storage expansion
(1 hour default, 15 hours by license)
Memory Expansion Module Unit for VM (15 hours expansion)
Memory Expansion Module Unit for VM (60 hours expansion)
Modem Unit
4 Call Metering Unit, 4 channel daughter board for MBU, EMBU and
analog CO Line Interface boards
eMG80-MEMU
eMG80-MEMU2
eMG80-MODU
MG-CMU4
eMG80RMB
19” Rack Mounting Bracket (Option)
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Table 2.4-2 Option Board Compatibility Chart for KSU
Option Board
KSUA
KSUAD
KSUI
KSUID
EKSU
eMG80-CH204
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
eMG80-CH408
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
eMG80-CS416
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
eMG80-BH104
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
eMG80-BH208
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
eMG80-PRIU
N
N
Y
Y
N
eMG80-BRIU2
N
N
Y
Y
N
eMG80-HYB8
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
eMG80-SLB16
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
eMG80-WTIB4
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
eMG80-VVMU
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
eMG80-MEMU
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
eMG80-MEMU2
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
eMG80-MODU
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
MG-CMU4
Y
Y
N
N
Y
Interface Boards
Function Boards
NOTE
Each KSU permits installation of two (2) Interface boards. However, only one (1) CS416,
SLB16 or WTIB4 Interface board may be installed in a KSU.
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2.5 Specifications
2.5.1 General Specifications
Table 2.5.1-1 General Specifications
Item
Description
Specification
CPU
M83261G, ARM11 dual core (32bit, 650MHz)
RTC Back-up Battery
Duration
7 years
PSU
External Backup Battery
AC Voltage Input
AC Power consumption
100~240 +/- 10% Volt AC @ 47-63 Hz
90 Watts
AC Input Fuse
DC Output Voltage
2A @250 Volt AC
+5, -5, +27, +30 Volt DC
Input Voltage
Battery Fuse
+24 Volt DC (+12 VDC x 2 each KSU)
5.0A @250 Volts AC, 5AG
Charging Current
Battery Load Current
Max. 200 mA
Max. 3A (KSU only), Max. 6A (KSU+ EKSU)
Ring Signal
65 Vrms @ 25Hz
External Relay Contact
1A @30 Volt DC
Music Source Input
0 dBm @600 ohm
External Paging Port
0 dBm @600 ohm
Ring Detect Sensitivity
30 Vrms @16-55 Hz
DTMF Dialing
Pulse Dialing
Operating Environment
Dimension
Weight
MODU
VoIP
Frequency Deviation
Signal Rise Time
Tone Duration, on time
Inter-digit Time
Pulse Rate
Break/Make Ratio
Temperature
Humidity
KSU
Expansion KSU
KSU
Expansion KSU
Analog Modem
Speed
Connection
LAN Interface
Speed
Duplex
VoIP Protocol
Voice Compression
Voice/Fax Switching
Echo cancellation
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Less than +/-1.8%
5 ms
Min. 50 ms, Normal 100 ms
Min. 30 ms, Normal 100 ms
10 PPS
60/40% or 66/33%
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0 ( C) - 40 ( C)
0 - 80% (non-condensing)
307 mm(W) x 294 mm(H) x126.6 mm(D)
307 mm(W) x 294 mm(H) x126.6 mm(D)
2.03 Kg
1.99 Kg
Bell, ITU-T, V.34 V.32BIS, V.90
300 bps up to 33K bps speed rate
Automatic rate negotiation
10/100 Base-T Ethernet (IEEE 802.3)
10/100 Mbps (Auto-Negotiation)
Half or Full Duplex (Auto-Negotiation)
SIP and H.323 Revision 2
G.711/G.726/G.729/G.723.1
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2.5.2 System Capacity
Three System Capacity charts are provided below. These include the General System
Maximum Capacities Table 2.5.2-1, the capacity based on the MBU type Table 2.5.2-2 to
Table 2.5.2-5. Note that the maximums are not simultaneously achievable. However, the
maximum number of VoIP channels is separate from other external network and station
maximums. That is, up to 16 VoIP channels are available in addition to CO, BRI and PRI
Lines. Also, the 48 DECT stations are separate from other station maximums.
Table 2.5.2-1 General System Capacities
Item
Capacity
CO/Trunk lines
Max. 74
Stations
Max. 140
Attendants
4
LAN port
2 (1 each, KSU and VVMU)
Modem Channel
1 (MODU)
Serial Port(RS-232C)
1
USB(2.0) Host port
1
Alarm/Doorbell input
2 (1 per KSU)
External Control Relays
2 (1 per KSU)
1 Internal: select one of 13 melodies
Music Source Inputs
1 External source input
5 SLT ports
3 VSF announcements
Power Fail Circuit
Max. 6 (1 per KSU, EKSU, CH204, CH408, CS416)
VSF Device 1: Built-in AA/VM
8 channels(2 Chan. by default, 1 Channel by license), 1 hour
w/MEMU
15 hours(no license needed)
w/MEMU2
60 hours(no license needed)
VSF Device 2 (VVMU)
8 channels (by license) & 15 hours(by license), 1 hour(by default)
Conference channels
148 channels/13 party per group
WTIB
1
DECT Phones
48
Built-in VoIP channels
8 (2 channels by default, 6 channels by license)
VVMU VoIP channels
8 (by license)
IP Stations and SIP Trunks
48 port (32 Stations+16 SIP Trunks)
External Page
1 port
Internal Page
35 zones
System Speed Dial
3000 numbers, 25 digits each
System Speed Dial Zones
(Groups)
10 zones
Station Speed Dial
100 per station, 25 digits each (Max. 4000 numbers)
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Last Number Redial
10 numbers
Save Number Redial
1 number
DSS Consoles per Station
3
Serial DSS - System
100
Serial DSS – Station (LIP-8000)
4
Serial DSS – Station (LIP-9000)
1
SMDR buffer
5000
CO Line Groups
20
Station & Station Groups
40
Station & Station Group Members 70
Pickup Group
50
Pickup Group Member
140
Conference Groups - System
40
Conference Groups - Station
20 per station
Executive/Secretary pairs
36
Authorization Codes
500 (Station: 140, System: 360)
Transparent Networking Table
15
ICLID Routing table
250
Tenancy (ICM) Group
15
Attendant Station
4
DID Digits Analysis
4
MSN Table
500
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Table 2.5.2-2 KSUA Device Type Maximums
Resource
Type
Device Type
Maximum Capacity
Interface Boards
KSUA: 4 CO & 1 DKT + 7 Hybrid & 2VoIP
External
Network
CO Line
12
2 CH408 or 1 CH408 + 1 CS416
BRI Line
4 (2B+D) & 4 CO Line
2 BH208
PRI/E1 Line
0
SIP Trunks
16 channels
6-licensed + VVMU
Shared w/Local/Remote IP & SIP phones
12
2 CH408 or 1 CH408 + 1 CS416
EKSU
CO Line
KSUA + EKSU
CO Line
24
BRI Line
4 (2B+D) & 16 CO Lines
PRI Line
0
SIP Trunk
16 channels
KSUA
Stations
DKT
24
2 CH408 or BH208 or combination
SLT
31 & 1-DKT
1 (CH408 or BH208) + 1 CS416
LIP/SIP
32
6-licensed + VVMU
Shared w/SIP Trunks
16 simultaneous calls
DECT
48
WTIB4
24 simultaneous calls, 6/Base
DKT
24
2 CH408
SLT
32
1 CH408 +1CS416
EKSU
KSUA + EKSU
DKT
48
SLT
63 & 1-DKT
LIP/SIP
32
DECT
48
SIP Phones require per seat license
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Table 2.5.2-3 KSUAD Device Type Maximums
Resource
Type
Device
Maximum Capacity
Interface Boards
KSUAD: 4 CO & 8 DKT+4 SLT & 2 VoIP
External
Network
CO Line
12
2 CH408 or 1 CH408 + 1 CS416
BRI Line
4 (2B+D) & 4 CO Line
2 BH208
PR/E1I Line
0
SIP Trunk
16 channels
6-licensed + VVMU
Shared w/Local/Remote IP &SIP phones
12
2 CH408 or 1 CH408 + 1 CS416
EKSU
CO Line
KSUAD + EKSU
CO Line
24
BRI Line
4 (2B+D) & 16 CO Line
PRI Line
0
SIP Trunk
16 channels
KSUAD
Stations
DKT
24 & 4 SLT
2 CH408 or BH208 or combination
SLT
28 & 8-DKT
1 (CH408 or BH208) + 1 CS416
LIP/SIP
32
6-licensed + VVMU
Shared w/SIP Trunks
16 simultaneous calls
DECT
48
24 simultaneous calls
DKT
24
2 CH408
SLT
32
1 CH408 +1CS416
EKSU
KSUAD + EKSU
DKT
48 & 4SLT
SLT
60 & 8-DKT
LIP/SIP
32
DECT
48
SIP Phones require per seat license
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Table 2.5.2-4 KSUI Device Type Maximums
Resource
Type
Device
Maximum Capacity
Interface Boards
KSUI: 0 CO & 1 DKT + 7 Hybrid & 2 VoIP
External
Network
CO Line
8
2 CH408 or 1 CH408 + 1 CS416
BRI Line
6 (2B+D)
2 BH208 + BRIU
PRI/E1 Line
30 channels
1 PRIU
SIP Trunk
16 channels
6-licensed + VVMU
Shared w/Local/Remote IP &SIP phones
12
2 CH408 or 1 CH408 + 1 CS416
EKSU
CO Line
KSUI + EKSU
CO Line
20
BRI Line
6 (2B+D) & 12 CO Line
PRI/E1 Line
30 channels
SIP Trunk
16 channels
KSUI
Stations
DKT
24
2 CH408 or BH208 or combination
SLT
31 & 1 DKT
1 (CH408 or BH208) +1CS416
LIP/SIP
32
6-licensed + VVMU
Shared w/SIP Trunks
16 simultaneous calls
DECT
48
WTIB4
24 simultaneous calls
DKT
24
2 CH408
SLT
32
1 CH408 +1CS416
EKSU
KSUI + EKSU
DKT
48
SLT
63 & 1-DKT
LIP/SIP
32
DECT
48
SIP Phones require per seat license
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Table 2.5.2-5 KSUID Device Type Maximums
Resource
Type
Device
Maximum Capacity
Interface Boards
KSUID: 0 CO & 8 DKT + 4 SLT & 2 VoIP
External
Network
CO Line
8
2 CH408 or 1 CH408 + 1 CS416
BRI Line
6 (2B+D)
1 BRIU + 2 BH408
PRI/E1 Line
30 channels
1 PRIU
SIP Trunk
16 channels
6-licensed + VVMU
Shared w/Local/Remote IP &SIP phones
12
2 CH408 or 1 CH408 + 1 CS416
KSUID
CO Line
KSUID + EKSU
CO Line
20
BRI Line
6 (2B+D) & 12 CO Line
PRI/E1 Line
30 channels
SIP Trunk
16 channels
KSUID
Stations
DKT
24 & 4 SLTs
2 CH408 or BH208 or combination
SLT
28 & 8-DKT
1 (CH408 or BH208) + 1 CS416
LIP/SIP
32
6-licensed + VVMU
Shared w/SIP Trunks
16 simultaneous calls
DECT
48
WTIB4
24 simultaneous calls
DKT
24
2 CH408
SLT
32
1 CH408 +1CS416
EKSU
KSUID + EKSU
DKT
48 & 4 SLT
SLT
60 & 8-DKT
LIP/SIP
32
DECT
48
SIP Phones require per seat license
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2.5.3 Base station specification (GDC-600BE)
Table 2.5.3-1 DECT Base Station Specifications
Item
Specification
Power feeding
+30VDC
Transmission Max Power
250mW
Access Method/Duplex
TDMA/TDD
Frequency Band
1,880 ~ 1,900MHz
1,920 ~ 1,930MHz (USA)
Channel Spacing
1.728MHz
Modulation
GFSK
Data rate
1.152Mbps
Base Station distance to WTIB4
600m (twisted 2-pair cable) maximum
2.5.4 Wireless Terminal specification (GDC-450H/480H/500H)
Table 2.5.4-1 DECT Handset Specifications
Item
Specification
Transmission Power
250mW maximum
Modulation Method
GFSK
Frequency Band
1,880MHz ~ 1,900MHz
1,920MHz ~ 1,930MHz (USA)
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3. INSTALLATION OVERVIEW
3.1 Pre-Installation Guidelines
Prior to installation, please read the following guidelines concerning installation and
connection. Be sure to comply with applicable local regulations.
3.1.1 Safety Installation Instructions
When installing the telephone wiring, basic safety precautions, including those below,
should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and personal injury:
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Never install the telephone wiring during a lightning storm.
Never install the telephone jack in wet locations unless the jack is specifically
designed for wet locations.
Never touch non-insulated telephone wires or terminals unless the telephone line
has been disconnected at the network interface.
Use caution when installing or modifying telephone lines.
Anti-static precautions should be taken during installation of optional boards in a
KSU.
3.1.2 Installation precautions
IPECS eMG80 KSUs are designed for desktop mounting, wall mounting or a free-standing
rack mounting. In no case should one cabinet be mounted on top of the other when
desktop mounting. Avoid installing in the following places:
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In direct sunlight and hot, cold, or humid places. Temperature range = 0oC to 40oC.
Places where shocks or vibrations are frequent or strong.
Dusty places or places where water or oil may come into contact with the KSU or
wiring.
Near strong RF generating devices such as sewing machines or electric welders.
On or near computers, fax machines, or other office equipment, as well as
microwave ovens or air conditioners.
Do not obstruct the openings in cabinets of iPECS eMG80.
Do not stack the optional service boards.
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3.1.3 Wiring Precautions
Be sure to follow these precautions when wiring:
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Do not wire the telephone cable in parallel with an AC power source to a computer,
fax machine, etc. If the cables are run near such wires, shield the cables with metal
tubing or use shielded cables and ground the shields.
If the cables are run on the floor, use protectors to prevent the wires from being
stepped on. Do not place wiring under carpets.
Avoid using the same power supply outlet for computers, fax machine, and other
office equipment to avoid induction of electrical noise into the system resulting in
poor audio quality or static.
The power and battery switches must be OFF during wiring. Further, while wiring,
power must not be connected to the eMG80 KSU. After wiring is completed, the
power can be connected and the switch may be turned ON.
Incorrect wiring may cause iPECS eMG80 System to operate improperly.
If an extension does not operate properly, disconnect the telephone from the
extension line and then re-connect, or turn the System power OFF and then ON
again.
Use twisted pair cable for connecting CO lines.
3.1.4 Checking Power cord
Checking the power cord at least once a year to prevent fire hazard or electric shock.
Be sure to disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet and System’s inlet for the
following symptoms:
1. Burn marks on the plug.
2. The prongs on the plug are deformed.
3. The power cord’s inner wires are exposed, broken, etc.
4. The power cord’s coating has a crack.
5. The power cord is overheating.
6. The power cord is damaged.
If the above symptoms find, do not use the power cord and consult your dealer or service
representative.
The following is the simple guide to avoid the hazard or disaster:
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2.
3.
4.
Make sure Power cord is properly rated for their intended use, indoor or outdoor,
and meet or exceed the power needs of the system being used.
Inspect cords for damage before use. Check for cracked or frayed sockets, loose or
bare wires, and loose connections.
Never use a cord that feels hot or is damaged in any way.
Insert plugs fully so that no part of the prongs is exposed when the power cord is in
use.
Make sure that the power cord is connected to the system firmly, and then connect the plug
to the wall outlet.
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3.2 Installation Overview
The installation is conducted in 7 steps as indicated in the below list.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Pre-Install preparations, section 3.3
Install Interface and Function boards, section 4
Mount the KSU and EKSU, section 5
Wire the KSU and EKSU, section 6
Terminal Installation and Wiring, section 7
Power- up & run Wizard, section 8
DECT Installation, refer to the DECT manuals, GDC-600TBE (CRS tool) and GDC600BE Manual, available from the local Ericsson-LG Enterprise representative.
3.3 Preparation
In preparation for the installation, locate an appropriate site for the KSU installation
considering the precautions mentioned in earlier sections, wiring, access to power, etc. Also,
if installing DECT, locate the best estimated position for the Base Stations. The permanent
location of the Base Station will be determined using the GDC-600TBE CSR Tool to perform a
RF coverage survey.
Once the mounting site is identified, verify all equipment and wiring charts are available onsite. Unpack the KSU and, if required, the EKSU and verify the contents include the items
shown in Figure 3.1 and 3.2.
Note the Expansion cable is provided only with the Expansion KSU.
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4. BOARD INSTALLATION AND DESCRIPTION
4.1 General information
The eMG80 KSU houses the Main Board with processor, memory and interface circuitry.
Optional Interface boards are installed on the MBU to expand the external network interfaces
as well as terminals available. Both the KSU and Expansion KSUs can be equipped with two
(2) optional Interface boards. In addition, optional Function boards can be installed on the
KSU MBU to enhance various system functions. This section provides descriptions of the
various components and step by step instructions to mount the option boards.
4.2 Closing and Opening the front cover
Before closing and opening the front cover, you need to prepare the screwdriver.
Opening the Front Cover
1.
Loosen screws on both sides with screwdriver.
2.
Lift the front cover in the direction of the arrow.
Figure 4.1 Opening the Front Cover
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Closing the Front Cover
1. Insert the front cover into the slot on the KSU correctly.
2. Then put the front cover down on the KSU in the direction of the arrow.
3. Insert screws in the middle of tapped hole and then tighten screws with screwdriver to fix
the front cover.
Figure 4.2 Closing the Front Cover
NOTE
Prior to operation, the front cover must be closed and the screws are tightened for safety.
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4.3 Removing and Replacing the KSU & Cord cover
Prior to installing option boards in the KSU or EKSU, it is necessary to remove the KSU and
Cord covers. To remove the cord & KSU cover and expose the MBU:
1. Locate and remove the Cord cover hold-down screw as shown in #1 in the below
figure.
2. Press down slightly on the top of the Cord cover to be away from the KSU.
3. Remove the two screws holding the KSU cover as shown in #3 in the below figure.
4. Lift the front of the KSU cover in the direction of the arrow.
5. Remove the cover. Be sure to place both covers in a safe location.
Figure 4.3 Opening the KSU and Cord Cover
NOTE
For safety, prior to operation, replace the KSU and Cord cover before operating the eMG80.
Regarding attaching the cord cover, refer to the section 6.9.3.
To replace the covers, reverse the removal procedure as below.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Insert the tabs of the KSU cover into the KSU slots.
Press the KSU cover down on to the KSU.
Insert the screws and tighten screws with screwdriver to fix the front cover.
Install the Cord cover
Insert and tighten the cover hold-down screw.
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4.4 Installation of Option Boards
Prior to installing any option board, assure power is OFF. We recommend wearing a wriststrap connected to a known ground. At a minimum, before touching any board discharge any
built-up static charge by touching a grounded object.
To install a board, perform the following Steps as depicted in Figure 4.4 below:
1. Remove the KSU and Cord cover as detailed in section 4.3.
2. For an Interface board, remove the modular jack cover plate as shown in #1.
3. If the board is provided with standoffs, remove two screws holding the MBU in the
locations indicated in the figure.
4. Insert 2 standoffs through the MBU and into the cabinet. Tighten the standoffs with
Wrench as shown in #2.
5. Holding the board as shown in #3, insert the board carefully in the direction of the
arrow.
6. Carefully align the connector on the board with the mating MBU connector pins, then
push the board down to fully engage the connectors.
7. To securely fix the board in place, insert and tighten 2 screws as shown in #5.
Figure 4.4 Board Installation
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4.5 KSU Main Board Unit (MBU)
One of four (4) MBUs (MBUA, MBUAD, MBUI or MBUID) is factory install in the KSU. The
specifics of each MBU are discussed in sections 4.5.1 to 4.5.4.
4.5.1 MBUA (Main Board Unit)
Description
The MBUA, which is shown in Figure 4.5.1-1, controls communication between the
peripheral interfaces, supervises all resources in the system, controls the gain adjustment
of the PCM signals, generates the System tones, and manages System call processing.
The MBUA contains switches for database protection and initialization. A built-in LAN port
provides access to the eMG80 Web Admin and basic VoIP channels. In addition, a USB
port is provided to allow backup and restore of the system database.
The MBUA has 4 (four) analog CO Lines, one DKT and seven (7) Hybrid station interfaces,
and two (2) VoIP channels. The CO line ports support loop start CO lines with detection of
supervisory signals including Caller Identification (CID), Polarity Reversal (PR), and Call
Progress Tone (CPT).
The SLT line interface of the Hybrid ports supports FSK (ITU-T V.23 or Bell 202) or DTMF
(ITU-T Q.23) Caller ID and the Message Wait Indication (MWI), DTMF detection, sinusoidal
ringing generator, -48V DC feeding voltage, current limiting and GR-909 Line Testing
function.
A VoIP channel is required to support each SIP Trunk line, LIP or SIP Phone, and remote
user and devices. The two (2) basic VoIP channels on the MBU can be increased to eight
(8) with an unlock code.
As shown in the figure, the MBU has connectors for the various option boards including
connector CN1 which is used to connect optional Interface boards. A maximum of two (2)
Interface boards can be installed; the first is mounted directly on the CN1 connector of the
MUBA and the second is mounted on the pass-through connector of the first Interface
board. Interface boards available for the MBUA include:
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CH204 - CO Line & Hybrid board, 2 CO & 4 Hybrid ports
CH408 - CO Line & Hybrid board, 4 CO & 8 Hybrid ports
HYB8 - Hybrid board, 8 Hybrid ports
CS416 - CO Line & SLT Board, 4 CO & 16 SLT ports
SLB16 - SLT board, 16 SLT ports
BH104 - BRI & Hybrid board, 2 BRI (2B+D channels) & 4 Hybrid ports
BH208 - BRI & Hybrid board, 2 BRI (2B+D channels) & 8 Hybrid ports
WTIB4 - Wireless Terminal Interface board, 4 Base Station ports
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Figure 4.5.1-1 MBUA
The following are included on the MBUA:
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4 CO Line interface circuits
1 DKT (Digital Key Telephone) interface circuit for Attendant station 100
7 Hybrid (DKT or SLT) interface circuits
1 External Relay contact for LBC or general purpose
1 Alarm detection circuit, External Page port, and External MOH port
Internal MOH (13 music resources)
Built-in VoIP channels (default 2 channels, maximum 8 channels with license)
Built-in VM channel (default 2 channels, maximum 4 channels with license)
Master Clock Generation & PLL circuit
1 PFT circuit [CO1 connects to the last SLT port (STA8)]
1 RS-232C Interface circuit
1 LAN Interface
1 USB interface circuit
PCM Voice Processing circuit (ACT2 - ASIC, voice switching, including DSP)
- PCM Tone Generation and PCM Gain Control
- Tone (DTMF / CPT / FAX) detection and CID Signal (FSK/DTMF/RUS CID)
detection
NOTE
Should AC Power fail, the last SLT port on MBU is connected, automatically to CO1.
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Connectors, Jacks and Switches
The following chart lists the various connectors for option boards, RJ modular jacks for
connecting CO Lines, Stations and miscellaneous functions, and switches on the Main
Board.
Table 4.5.1-1 KSU with MBUA Connector, Modular Jack and Switch Function
Connector
Function
Remark
CN1
CO and Station Interface board installation
70 pins
CN3
VVMU Installation
32 pins
CN4
MODU Installation
20 pins
CN5 & CN6
Connection KSU to EKSU with Expansion cable
19 pins x 2
CN7
PSU Connector
7 pins
CN8 & CN9
MG-CMU4 Installation
8 & 10 pins
CN10
FPGA JTAG for development
10 pins
CN11
RS-232C Port Connection
9 Pins
CN12
CPU JTAG for development
20 Pins
CN15
MEMU/MEMU2 Installation
20 Pins
CO lines 1 & 2
MJ1-1 & MJ1-2
2 Ports each
CO lines 3 & 4
MJ2-1 to MJ2-8
1 DKT and 7 Hybrid DKT or SLT ports
8 ports
MJ3
LAN & USB Port
1 LAN/1 USB
MJ4
Relay/Alarm/Page/External MOH Connection
1 port
SW1
2 pole Database protect switch
SW2
Push-button System reset switch
Switch setting
Table 4.5.1-2 MBUA SW1 – 2-pole Dip switch
Pole
Switch State
Function
1
Database protection
2
Initialization for
Database
ON
Protect database, no
admin allowed
Initialize Database on
reset
OFF
Unprotect
Default = OFF
Use stored Database
Default = ON
LED Indications
Table 4.5.1-3 MUBA LED Indication
LED
LD1
LD2
Color
Blue
Blue
LD3
Green
Description
Flash 300ms ON and OFF, normal operation
Station port in use status
ON - A station is in use
OFF - All station are idle
External Clock Synchronization
ON: PLL circuit sync to ISDN interface clock
OFF: PLL circuit sync to internal clock
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4.5.2 MBUAD (Main Board Unit)
Description
The MBUAD, which is shown in Figure 4.5.2-1, controls communication between the
peripheral interfaces, supervises all resources in the system, controls the gain adjustment
of the PCM signal, generates the System tones, and manages System call processing. The
MBUAD contains switches for database protection and initialization. A built-in LAN port
provides access to the eMG80 Web Admin and basic VoIP channels. In addition, a USB
port is provided to allow backup and restore of the system database.
The MBUAD has 4 (four) CO lines, eight (8) DKT station and 4 SLT interfaces, and two (2)
VoIP channels. The CO line ports support loop start CO lines with detection of supervisory
signals including Caller Identification (CID), Polarity Reversal (PR) and Call Progress Tone
(CPT) detection.
The SLT line interface of the Hybrid ports supports FSK (ITU-T V.23 or Bell 202) or DTMF
(ITU-T Q.23) Caller ID and the Message Wait Indication (MWI), DTMF detection, sinusoidal
ringing generator, -48V DC feeding voltage, current limiting and GR-909 Line Testing
function.
A VoIP channel is required to support each SIP Trunk line, LIP or SIP Phone, and remote
user and devices. The two (2) basic VoIP channels on the MBU can be increased to eight
(8) with an unlock code.
As shown in the figure, the MBU has connectors for the various option boards including
connector CN1 which is used to connect optional Interface boards. A maximum of two (2)
Interface boards can be installed with the first board mounted on the CN1 connector of the
MBU and the second mounted on the pass-through connector on the first board. Interface
boards available for the MBUAD include:
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




CH204 - CO Line & Hybrid board, 2 CO & 4 Hybrid ports
CH408 - CO Line & Hybrid board, 4 CO & 8 Hybrid ports
HYB8 - Hybrid board, 8 Hybrid ports
CS416 - CO Line & SLT Board, 4 CO & 16 SLT ports
SLB16 - SLT board, 16 SLT ports
BH104 - BRI & Hybrid board, 2 BRI (4 channel) & 4 Hybrid ports
BH208 - BRI & Hybrid board, 2 BRI (4 channel) & 8 Hybrid ports
WTIB4 - Wireless Terminal Interface board, 4 Base Station ports
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Figure 4.5.2-1 MBUAD
The following are included on the MBUAD:













4 CO Line interface circuits
8 DKT interface circuits
4 SLT interface circuits
1 External Relay contact for LBC or general purpose
1 Alarm detection circuit, External Page port, and External MOH port
Internal MOH (13 music resources)
Built-in VoIP channels (default 2 channels, maximum 8 channels with license)
Built-in VM channel (default 2 channels, maximum 4 channels with license)
Master Clock Generation & PLL circuit
1 PFT circuit [CO1 connects to the last SLT port (STA12)]
1 RS-232C Interface circuit
1 LAN Interface & USB interface circuit
PCM Voice Processing circuit (ACT2 - ASIC, voice switching, including DSP)
- PCM Tone Generation and PCM Gain Control
- Tone (DTMF/CPT/FAX) detection and CID Signal (FSK/DTMF/RUS CID)
detection
NOTE
Should AC Power fail, the last SLT port on MBU is connected, automatically to CO1.
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Connectors, Jacks and Switches
The following chart lists the various connectors for option boards, RJ modular jacks for
connecting CO Lines, Stations and miscellaneous functions, and switches on the Main
Board.
Table 4.5.2-1 KSU with MBUAD Connector, Modular Jack and Switch Function
Connector
Functions
CN1
CN3
CN4
CN5 & CN6
CN7
CN8 & CN9
CN10
CN11
CN12
CN15
Remark
CO and Extension board installation
VVMU Installation
MODU Installation
Connection KSU to EKSU with Expansion cable
PSU Connector
MG-CMU4 Installation
FPGA JTAG for development
RS-232C Port Connection
CPU JTAG for development
MEMU/MEMU2 Installation
CO lines 1 & 2
CO lines 3 & 4
8 DKT and 4 SLT ports
LAN & USB Port
Relay/Alarm/Page/External MOH Connection
2 pole Database protect switch
Push-button System reset switch
MJ1
MJ2
MJ3
MJ4
SW1
SW2
70 pins
32 pins
20 pins
19 pins x 2
7 pins
8 pins/10 Pins
10 pins
9 pins
20 pins
20 pins
2 ports each
12 ports
1 LAN/1 USB
1 Port
Switch setting
Table 4.5.2-2 MBUAD SW1 – 2-pole Dip switch
Pole
1
2
Switch State
Function
ON
Database
protection
Initialization for
Database
OFF
Protect database, no
admin allowed
Initialize Database on
reset
Unprotect
Default = OFF
Use stored Database
Default = ON
LED Indications
Table 4.5.2-3 MBUAD LED Indication
LED
Color
Description
LD1
Blue
Flash 300ms ON and OFF, normal operation
LD2
Blue
Station port in use status
ON - A station is in use
OFF - All station are idle
LD3
Green
External Clock Synchronization
ON: PLL circuit sync to ISDN interface clock
OFF: PLL circuit sync to internal clock
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4.5.3 MBUI (Main Board Unit)
Description
The MBUI, which is shown in Figure 4.5.3-1, controls communication between the
peripheral interfaces, supervises all resources in the system, controls the gain adjustment
of the PCM signal, generates the System tones, and manages System call processing. The
MBUI contains switches for database protection and initialization. A built-in LAN port
provides access to the eMG80 Web Admin. In addition, a USB port is provided to allow
backup and restore of the system database.
The MBUI has one (1) DKT and seven (7) Hybrid station interfaces port and two (2) VoIP
channels. The SLT line interface of the Hybrid ports supports FSK (ITU-T V.23 or Bell 202)
or DTMF (ITU-T Q.23) Caller ID and the Message Wait Indication (MWI), DTMF detection,
sinusoidal ringing generator, -48V DC feeding voltage, current limiting and GR-909 Line
Testing function.
A VoIP channel is required to support each SIP Trunk line, LIP or SIP Phone, and remote
user and devices. The two (2) basic VoIP channels on the MBU can be increased to eight
(8) with an unlock code.
As shown in the figure, the MBU has connectors for the various option boards including
connector CN1 which is used to connect optional Interface boards. A maximum of two (2)
Interface boards can be installed with the first board mounted on the CN1 connector of the
MBU and the second mounted on the pass-through connector on the first board. Interface
boards available for the MBUI include:








CH204 - CO Line & Hybrid board, 2 CO & 4 Hybrid ports
CH408 - CO Line & Hybrid board, 4 CO & 8 Hybrid ports
HYB8 - Hybrid board, 8 Hybrid ports
CS416 - CO Line & SLT Board, 4 CO & 16 SLT ports
SLB16 - SLT board, 16 SLT ports
BH104 - BRI & Hybrid board, 2 BRI (4 channel) & 4 Hybrid ports
BH208 - BRI & Hybrid board, 2 BRI (4 channel) & 8 Hybrid ports
WTIB4 - Wireless Terminal Interface board, 4 Base Station ports
In addition to the CN1 connector, a PRIU or BRIU2 may be installed on the CN2 connector.
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Figure 4.5.3-1 MBUI
The following are included on the MBUI:












1 DKT interface circuit
7 Hybrid (DKT or SLT) interface circuits
PRIU or BRIU2 interface connector
1 External Relay contact for LBC or general purpose
1 Alarm detection circuit, External Page port, and External MOH port
Internal MOH (13 music resources)
Built-in VoIP channels (default 2 channels, maximum 8 channels with license)
Built-in VM channel (default 2 channels, maximum 4 channels with license)
Master Clock Generation & PLL circuit
1 RS-232C Interface circuit
1 LAN Interface & USB interface circuit
PCM Voice Processing circuit (ACT2 - ASIC, voice switching, including DSP)
- PCM Tone Generation and PCM Gain Control
- Tone (DTMF/CPT/FAX) detection and CID Signal (FSK/DTMF/RUS CID)
detection
NOTE
Should AC Power fail, the last SLT port on MBU is connected, automatically to CO1.
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Connectors, Jacks and Switches
The following chart lists the various connectors for option boards, RJ modular jacks for
connecting CO Lines, Stations and miscellaneous functions, and switches on the Main
Board.
Table 4.5.3-1 KSU with MBUI Connector, Modular Jack and Switch Function
Connector
Functions
Remark
CN1
CO and Extension board installation
70 pins
CN2
PRIU or BRIU2 Installation
40 pins
CN4
MODU Installation
20 pins
CN5 & CN6
Connection KSU to EKSU with Expansion cable
19 pins x 2
CN7
PSU Connector
7 pins
CN10
FPGA JTAG for development
10 pins
CN11
RS-232C Port Connection
9 pins
CN12
CPU JTAG for development
20 pins
CN15
MEMU/MEMU2 Installation
20 pins
MJ2
1 DKT and 7 Hybrid DKT or SLT ports
8 ports
MJ3
LAN & USB Port
1 LAN/1 USB
MJ4
Relay/Alarm/Page/External MOH Connection
1 Port
SW1
2 pole Database protect switch
SW2
Push-button System reset switch
Switch setting
Table 4.5.3-2 MBUI SW1 – 2-pole Dip switch
Pole
Function
Switch State
ON
OFF
Remarks
1
Database
protection
Protect database, no
admin allowed
Unprotect
Default = OFF
2
Initialization for
Database
Initialize Database on
reset
Use stored Database
Default = ON
LED Indications
Table 4.5.3-3 MBUI LED Indication
LED
Color
Description
LD1
Blue
Flash 300ms ON and OFF, normal operation
LD2
Blue
Station port in use status
ON - A station is in use
OFF - All station are idle
LD3
Green
External Clock Synchronization
ON: PLL circuit sync to ISDN interface clock
OFF: PLL circuit sync to internal clock
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4.5.4 MBUID (Main Board Unit)
Description
The MBUID, which is shown in Figure 4.5.4-1, controls communication between the
peripheral interfaces, supervises all resources in the system, controls the gain adjustment
of the PCM signal, generates the System tones, and manages System call processing. The
MBUID contains switches for database protection and initialization. A built-in LAN port
provides access to the eMG80 Web Admin and basic VoIP channels. In addition, a USB
port is provided to allow backup and restore of the system database.
The MBUID has eight (8) DKT and four (4) SLT station interface ports and two (2) VoIP
channels. The SLT interfaces support FSK (ITU-T V.23 or Bell 202) or DTMF (ITU-T Q.23)
Caller ID and the Message Wait Indication (MWI), DTMF detection, sinusoidal ringing
generator, -48V DC feeding voltage, current limiting and GR-909 Line Testing function.
A VoIP channel is required to support each SIP Trunk line, LIP or SIP Phone, and remote
user and devices. The two (2) basic VoIP channels on the MBU can be increased to eight
(8) with an unlock code.
As shown in the figure, the MBU has connectors for the various option boards including
connector CN1 which is used to connect optional Interface boards. A maximum of two (2)
Interface boards can be installed with the first board mounted on the CN1 connector of the
MBU and the second mounted on the pass-through connector on the first board. Interface
boards available for the MBUID include:








CH204 - CO Line & Hybrid board, 2 CO & 4 Hybrid ports
CH408 - CO Line & Hybrid board, 4 CO & 8 Hybrid ports
HYB8 - Hybrid board, 8 Hybrid ports
CS416 - CO Line & SLT Board, 4 CO & 16 SLT ports
SLB16 - SLT board, 16 SLT ports
BH104 - BRI & Hybrid board, 2 BRI (4 channel) & 4 Hybrid ports
BH208 - BRI & Hybrid board, 2 BRI (4 channel) & 8 Hybrid ports
WTIB4 - Wireless Terminal Interface board, 4 Base Station ports
In addition to the CN1 connector, a PRIU or BRIU2 may be installed on the CN2 connector.
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Figure 4.5.4-1 MBUID
The following are included on the MBUID:












8 DKT interface circuits
4 SLT interface circuits
PRIU or BRIU2 interface connector
1 External Relay contact for LBC or general purpose
1 Alarm detection circuit, External Page port, and External MOH port
Internal MOH (13 music resources)
Built-in VoIP channels (default 2 channels, maximum 8 channels with license)
Built-in VM channel (default 2 channels, maximum 4 channels with license)
Master Clock Generation & PLL circuit
1 RS-232C Interface circuit
1 LAN Interface & USB interface circuit
PCM Voice Processing circuit (ACT2 - ASIC, voice switching, including DSP)
- PCM Tone Generation and PCM Gain Control
- Tone (DTMF/CPT/FAX) detection and CID Signal (FSK/DTMF/RUS CID)
detection
NOTE
Should AC Power fail, the last SLT port on MBU is connected, automatically to CO1.
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Connectors, Jacks and Switches
The following chart lists the various connectors for option boards, RJ modular jacks for
connecting CO Lines, Stations and miscellaneous functions, and switches on the Main
Board.
Table 4.5.4-1 KSU with MBUID Connector, Modular Jack and Switch Function
Connector
Functions
Remark
CN1
CO and Extension board installation
70 pins
CN2
PRIU or BRIU2 Installation
40 pins
CN4
MODU Installation
20 pins
CN5 & CN6
Connection KSU to EKSU with Expansion cable
19 pins x 2
CN7
PSU Connector
7 pins
CN10
FPGA JTAG for development
10 pins
CN11
RS-232C Port Connection
9 pins
CN12
CPU JTAG for development
20 pins
CN15
MEMU/MEMU2 Installation
20 pins
MJ2
8 DKT and 4 SLT ports
12 ports
MJ3
LAN & USB Port
1 LAN/1 USB
MJ4
Relay/Alarm/Page/External MOH Connection
1 Port
SW1
2 pole Database protect switch
SW2
Push-button System reset switch
Switch setting
Table 4.5.4-2 MBUID SW1 – 2-pole Dip switch
Pole
Function
Switch State
ON
OFF
Remarks
1
Database
protection
Protect database, no
admin allowed
Unprotect
Default = OFF
2
Initialization for
Database
Initialize Database on
reset
Use stored Database
Default = ON
LED Indications
Table 4.5.4-3 MBUID LED Indication
LED
Color
Description
LD1
Blue
Flash 300ms ON and OFF, normal operation
LD2
Blue
Station port in use status
ON - A station is in use
OFF - All station are idle
LD3
Green
External Clock Synchronization
ON: PLL circuit sync to ISDN interface clock
OFF: PLL circuit sync to internal clock
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4.6 EKSU Expansion Main Board Unit (EMBU)
Description
The EKSU houses the EMBU, which is shown in Figure 4.6-1 and controls communication
between the EKSU and the installed optional Interface boards and the KSU that controls
the interfaces.
The EKSU has four (4) CO line and eight (8) Hybrid interface ports. The CO line ports
support loop start CO lines with detection of supervisory signals including Caller
Identification (CID), Polarity Reversal (PR), and Call Progress Tone (CPT).
The SLT interface of the Hybrid ports support FSK (ITU-T V.23 or Bell 202) or DTMF (ITUT Q.23) Caller ID and the Message Wait Indication (MWI), DTMF detection, sinusoidal
ringing generator, -48V DC feeding voltage, current limiting and GR-909 Line Testing
function.
A VoIP channel is required to support each SIP Trunk line, LIP or SIP Phone, and remote
user. The two (2) basic VoIP channels can be increased to eight (8) with an unlock code.
As shown in the figure, the EMBU has connector CN1 for the various Interface boards and
connectors, and CN8 and CN9 for installation of the Call metering CO Line daughter board
for the built-in CO lines. A maximum of two (2) Interface boards can be installed with the
first board mounted on the CN1 connector of the EMBU and the second mounted on the
pass-through connector on the first board. Interface boards available for the EMBU include:





CH204 - CO Line & Hybrid board, 2 CO & 4 Hybrid ports
CH408 - CO Line & Hybrid board, 4 CO & 8 Hybrid ports
HYB8 - Hybrid board, 8 Hybrid ports
CS416 - CO Line & SLT Board, 4 CO & 16 SLT ports
SLB16 - SLT board, 16 SLT ports
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Figure 4.6-1 EMBU
The following are included on the EMBU:






4 CO Line interface circuits
8 Hybrid interface circuits
1 External Relay contact for LBC or general purpose
1 Alarm Detection circuit
1 PFT circuit [CO1 connects to the last SLT port(STA8)]
PCM Voice Processing circuit (ACT2 - ASIC, voice switching, including DSP)
- PCM Tone Generation and PCM Gain Control
- Tone (DTMF/CPT/FAX) detection and CID Signal (FSK/DTMF/RUS CID)
detection
NOTE
Should AC Power fail, the last SLT port on MBU is connected, automatically to CO1.
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The following chart lists the various connectors for option boards, RJ modular jacks for
connecting CO Lines, Stations and miscellaneous functions, and switches on the Main
Board.
Table 4.6-1 EKSU with EMBU Connector, Modular Jack and Switch Function
Connector
Functions
Remark
CN1
CO and Extension board installation
70 pins
CN5 & CN6
Connection KSU to EKSU with Expansion cable
19 pins x 2
CN7
PSU Connector
7 pins
CN8 & CN9
MG-CMU4 Installation
8/10 pins
1/2 CO line
MJ1
2 ports each
3/4 CO line
MJ2
8 Hybrid DKT or SLT ports
8 ports
MJ4
Relay/Alarm
1 port
LED Indications
Table 4.6-2 EMBU LED Indication
LED
Color
Description
LD1
Blue
Flash 300ms ON and OFF, normal operation toggle
LD2
Blue
Station port in use status
ON - A station is in use
OFF - All station are idle
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4.7 Optional Interface Boards
Optional Interface Boards permit the expansion of the external network and terminal interface
ports available in the eMG80 system are mounted on the Main board in the KSU or EKSU.
Interface boards available are shown in the chart below. Note that the boards that can be
installed in a KSU are dependent on the type of Main Board as discussed in section 4.5.
Table 4.7-1 Optional Interface Boards
Board
Description
Connectors
Cable
CH204
2 CO Line & 4 Hybrid ports
RJ45 & RJ11
2-wire
CH408
4 CO Line and 8 Hybrid ports
RJ45 & RJ11
2-wire
CS416
4 CO Line & 16 SLT ports
RJ45 & RJ11
2-wire
BH104
1 BRI & 4 Hybrid ports
RJ45 & RJ11
4-wire & 2-wire
BH208
2 BRI & 8 Hybrid ports
RJ45 & RJ11
4-wire & 2-wire
PRIU
1 PRI (30 channels)
RJ45
4-wire
BRIU2
2 BRI (4 channels)
RJ45
4-wire
HYB8
8 Hybrid ports
RJ11
2-wire
SLB16
16 SLT ports
RJ11
2-wire
WTIB4
4 Base Station ports
RJ11
4-wire
The CO line ports of the Interface boards support loop start CO lines with detection of
supervisory signals including Caller Identification (CID), Polarity Reversal (PR), and Call
Progress Tone (CPT). The SLT interface of the Hybrid ports support FSK (ITU-T V.23 or Bell
202) or DTMF (ITU-T Q.23) Caller ID and the Message Wait Indication (MWI), DTMF
detection, sinusoidal ringing generator, -48V DC feeding voltage, current limiting and GR-909
Line Testing function.
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4.7.1 CH204 (2 CO Line and 4 Hybrid Interface Board)
Description
The CH204 board has two (2) CO line and four (4) Hybrid (DKT & SLT) interface ports. The
board may be installed on the CN1 connector of the KSU or EKSU. The MG-CMU4
daughter board may be mounted on the CH204 to provide Call Metering. The CMU4 is
mounted on connectors CN790 and CN791 as shown in Figure 4.7.1-1 below.
The board is provided with two Standoffs that must be installed prior to mounting the board.
To install the board in the KSU, refer to Section 4.4.
Figure 4.7.1-1 CH204
Connector and Modular jack
The following chart indicates the connectors and modular jacks equipped on the CH204.
Table 4.7.1-1 Connector and Modular Jack Function
Connector
Functions
Remark
CN1
Pass through to second Interface board
70 pins
CN2
Connection to CN1 connector of MBU
70 pins
CN3
CPLD JTAG for development
10 pins
CN790 & CN791
MG-CMU4 Installation
8 pins/10 pins
MJ1
1 & 2 CO line
RJ45
MJ2
4 Hybrid DKT or SLT ports
RJ11
LED Indications
Table 4.7.1-2 CH204 LED Indications
LED
LD1
Color
Blue
Description
Station port in use status
ON – A station port is in use
OFF – All station ports are idle
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4.7.2 CH408 (4 CO Line and 8 Hybrid Interface Board)
Description
The CH408 board has four (4) CO line and eight (8) Hybrid (DKT & SLT) interface ports.
The board can be installed on the CN1 connector of the KSU or EKSU. Also, the MGCMU4 daughter board for call metering can be installed on connectors CN790 and CN791
as shown in Figure 4.7.2-1 below.
The board is provided with two Standoffs that must be installed prior to mounting the board.
To install the board in the KSU, refer to Section 4.4.
Figure 4.7.2-1 CH408
Connector and Modular jack
The following chart indicates the connectors and modular jacks equipped on the CH408.
Table 4.7.2-1 Connector and Modular Jack Function
Connector
Functions
Remark
CN1
Pass-through to second Interface board
70 pins
CN2
Connection to CN1 connector of MBU
70 pins
CN3
CPLD JTAG for development
10 pins
CN790 & CN791
MG-CMU4 Installation
8 pins/10 pins
1 & 2 CO line
MJ1
3 & 4 CO line
MJ2
8 Hybrid DKT or SLT ports
LED Indications
Table 4.7.2-2 CH408 LED Indications
LED
Color
LD1
Blue
Description
Station port in use status
ON – A station port is in use
OFF – All station ports are idle
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4.7.3 CS416 (4 CO and 16 SLT Interface Board)
Description
The CS416 board has four (4) CO line and 16 SLT interface ports. Note that eight of the 16
SLT interface ports are provided from the SLU8 daughter board that is factory installed.
The board can be installed on CN1 connector of the KSU or EKSU for expansion. Also,
MG-CMU4 daughter board for call metering can be installed on CN790, CN791 as shown
in Figure 4.7.3-1 below for call metering.
The board is provided with two Standoffs that must be installed prior to mounting the board.
To install the board in the KSU, refer to Section 4.4. Note the CS416 does not include a
pass-through connector and thus should be installed as the top Interface board on
connector CN1.
Figure 4.7.3-1 CS416
Connector and Modular jack
The following chart indicates the connectors and modular jacks equipped on the CS416.
Table 4.7.3-1 Connector and Modular Jack Function
Connector
Functions
Remark
CN2
Connection to CN1 of first Interface board
70 pins
CN3
CPLD JTAG for development
10 pins
CN790 & CN791
MG-CMU4 Installation
8 pins/10 pins
MJ1
MJ2
1 & 2 CO line
RJ45
3 & 4 CO line
16 SLT lines
RJ11
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LED Indications
Table 4.7.3-2 CS416 LED Indications
LED
Color
LD1
Blue
Description
Station port in use status
ON – A station port is in use
OFF – All station ports are idle
4.7.4 BH104 (1BRI and 4 Hybrid Interface Board)
Description
The BH104 board has one (1) BRI (2B+D) and 4 Hybrid (DKT & SLT) interface ports. The
board, shown in Figure 4.7.4-1, can be installed on the CN1 connector of only the KSU.
There are no option boards for the BH104.
Multiple pole Dip-switches determine the operating mode ‘S’ or ‘T’ and termination.
The board is provided with two Standoffs that must be installed prior to mounting the board.
To install the board in the KSU, refer to Section 4.4.
Figure 4.7.4-1 BH104
Connector and Modular jack
Table 4.7.4-1 Connector and Modular Jack Function
Connector
Functions
Remark
CN1
Connection to second Interface board
70 pins
CN2
Connection to CN1 connector of MBU
70 pins
CN3
CPLD JTAG for development
10 pins
MJ1
1 BRI (2 B+D)
RJ45
MJ4
4 DKT or SLT line
RJ11
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Switch setting
Table 4.7.4-2 BH104 BRI Mode SW1
Pole
Mode
Function
ON
Remarks
OFF
1
S or T mode
S mode
T mode
2&3
Reserved
-
-
4
BRI line loopback
Test
Default=OFF
Table 4.7.4-3 BH104 BRI Termination SW200
Pole
1&2
3&4
Function
Termination
Resistor
Termination
Resistor
Termination
Port 1 Termination Resistor
ON = Terminate
OFF = Open
Port 2 Termination Resistor
ON = Terminate
OFF = Open
LED Indications
Table 4.7.4-4 BH104 LED Indication
LED
Color
Description
LD1
Blue
Station port in use status
ON: a station port is in use
OFF: All station ports are idle
LD2
Blue
ON: a BRI line in use
OFF: All BRI lines idle
LD3
Red
ON: BRI Line Error
OFF: Normal
LD4
Blue
ON: BRI reference clock external
OFF: BRI reference clock internal
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4.7.5 BH208 (2BRI and 8 Hybrid Interface Board)
Description
The BH208 board has two (2) BRI (2B+D) and 8 Hybrid (DKT & SLT) interface ports. The
board, as shown in Figure 4.7.5-1, can be installed on the CN1 connector of only the KSU.
There are no option boards for the BH208.
Multiple pole Dip-switches determine the operating mode ‘S’ or ‘T’ and termination.
The board is provided with two Standoffs that must be installed prior to mounting the board.
To install the board in the KSU, refer to Section 4.4.
Figure 4.7.5-1 BH208
Connector and Modular jack
Table 4.7.5-1 Connector and Modular Jack Function
Connector
Functions
Remark
CN1
Connection to second Interface board
70 pins
CN2
Connection to CN1 connector of MBU
70 pins
CN3
CPLD JTAG for development
10 pins
MJ1
2 BRI (2 B+D) lines
RJ45
MJ4
8 DKT or SLT line
RJ11
Switch setting
Table 4.7.5-2 BH208 BRI Mode SW1
Pole
Mode
Function
ON
OFF
1
S or T mode
S mode
T mode
2&3
Reserved
-
-
4
BRI line loopback
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Table 4.7.5-3 BH208 BRI Termination SW200
Pole
1&2
3&4
Function
Termination
Termination
Resistor
Port 1 Termination Resistor
ON = Terminate
OFF = Open
Termination
Resistor
Port 2 Termination Resistor
ON = Terminate
OFF = Open
Remarks
Default = ON
LED Indications
Table 4.7.5-4 BH208 LED Indication
LED
Color
Description
LD1
Blue
Station port in use status
ON: a station port is in use
OFF: All station ports are idle
LD2
Blue
ON: a BRI line in use
OFF: All BRI lines idle
LD3
Red
ON: BRI Line Error, BRI 1 or 2
OFF: both BRI lines normal
LD4
Blue
ON: BRI reference clock external
OFF: BRI reference clock internal
4.7.6 PRIU (1 PRI -30 Channels- Interface Board)
Description
The PRIU board provides a standard PRI or E1 interface circuit. The PRIU, as shown in
Figure 4.7.6-1, can be installed only on the CN2 connector of either an MBUI or MBUID.
The interface circuit complies with ITU-T Recommendations G.704, G.703 and G.823. The
PRIU employs the CEPT frame format, which consist of 32, 8-bit time slots at a data rate of
2.048MHz. The time slot TS 0 is allocated to frame alignment, time slot TS 16 is allocated
as the signaling channel, and the other 30 time slots are available as Bearer ‘B’ channels.
The PRIU circuit will extract the reference clock from the incoming PRI circuit. The
extracted clock is sent to the PLL circuitry of the MBU to synchronize the main clocks. The
PRIU can operate in the TE slave or NT master mode.
The PRIU supports pulse dialing, DTMF dialing, and MFC-R2 register signaling (based on
ITU-T Recommendation Q.440-480).
A multiple pole Dip-switch determines the type of interface circuit, PRI or E1. The TE and
NT operating mode is determined through database configuration.
To install the board in the KSU, refer to section 4.4.
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Figure 4.7.6-1 PRIU
Connector and Modular jack
Table 4.7.6-1 Connector and Modular Jack Function
Connector
Functions
Remark
CN1
Connection for CN2 MBUI or MBUID
40 Pins
MJ1
PRI, E1R2 line
RJ45
Switch setting
Table 4.7.6-2 PRIU PRI/E1 Function SW1
Pole
Operating Mode
Function
ON
1
E1R2 or PRI mode
E1R2
2
Reserved
-
OFF
PRI mode
LED Indications
Table 4.7.6-3 PRIU LED Indications
LED
Color
Description
LD1
Blue
ON : FPGA programmed
OFF : FPGA not programmed
LD2
Blue
Flash (500ms): normal
LD3
Blue
ON: PRI channel in use
OFF: All PRI channels idle
LD4
Red
ON: Line error
OFF: normal
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4.7.7 BRIU2 (2 BRI -4 Channels- Interface Board)
Description
The BRIU2 board has two (2) BRI (2B+D) interface ports. The board, as shown in Figure
4.7.7-1, can be installed only on the CN2 connector of either an MBUI or MBUID.
Multiple pole Dip-switches determine the operating mode ‘S’ or ‘T’ and termination.
To install the board in the KSU, refer to Section 4.4.
Figure 4.7.7-1 BRIU2
Connector and Modular jack
Table 4.7.7-1 Connector and Modular Jack Function
Connector
Functions
Remark
CN1
Connection for CN2 of MBUI or MBUID
40 pins
MJ1
BRI line
RJ45
Switch setting
Table 4.7.7-2 BRIU2 BRI Mode SW1
Pole
Mode
Function
ON
OFF
1
S or T mode
S mode
T mode
2&3
Reserved
-
-
4
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Table 4.7.7-3 BRIU2 BRI Termination SW2
Pole
Function
1&2
3&4
Termination
Termination
Resistor
BRI 1 Termination Resistor
ON = Terminate
OFF = Open
Termination
Resistor
BRI 2 Termination Resistor
ON = Terminate
OFF = Open
Remarks
Default = ON
LED Indications
Table 4.7.7-4 BRIU2 LED Indication
LED
Color
Description
LD1
Blue
ON: Programming CPLD
OFF: No programming CPLD
LD2
Blue
ON: a BRI channel is in use
OFF: all BRI lines idle
LD3
Red
ON: BRI line Error
OFF: both BRI Lines normal
LD4
Blue
ON: BRI reference clock external
OFF: BRI reference clock internal
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4.7.8 HYB8 (Hybrid 8 Interface Board)
Description
The HYB8 board is shown in Figure 4.7.8-1 and has 8 Hybrid (DKT & SLT) interface
circuits. The board can be installed on the CN1 connector of a KSU or EKSU for expansion.
There are no optional daughter boards for the HYB8.
The board is provided with two Standoffs that must be installed prior to mounting the board.
To install the board in the KSU, refer to Section 4.4.
Figure 4.7.8-1 HYB8
Connector and Modular jack
Table 4.7.8-1 Connector and Modular Jack Function
Connector
Functions
Remark
CN1
Connection to second option board
70 pins
CN2
Connection to MBU CN1 connector
70 pins
CN3
CPLD JTAG for development
10 pins
MJ2
8 DKT or SLT line
RJ11
LED Indications
Table 4.7.8-2 LED Indications
LED
LD1
Color
Blue
Description
Station port in use status
ON: a station port is in use
OFF: All station ports are idle
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4.7.9 SLB16 (SLT 16 Interface Board)
Description
The SLB16 board is shown in Figure 4.7.9-1 and has 16 SLT interface circuits. Note that
eight of the 16 SLT interface ports are provided from the SLU8 daughter that is factory
installed. The board can be installed on CN1 connector of the KSU or EKSU for expansion.
The board is provided with two Standoffs that must be installed prior to mounting the board.
To install the board in the KSU, refer to Section 4.4. Note the SLB16 does not include a
pass-through connector and thus should be installed as the top Interface board.
Figure 4.7.9-1 SLB16
Connector and Modular jack
Table 4.7.9-1 Connector and Modular Jack Function
Connector
Functions
Remark
CN2
Connection to CN1 of Interface board
70 pins
CN3
CPLD JTAG for development
10 pins
MJ2
16 SLT line
RJ11
LED Indications
Table 4.7.9-2 SLB16 LED Indications
LED
LD1
Color
Blue
Description
Station port in use status
ON: a station port is in use
OFF: All station ports are idle
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4.7.10 WTIB4 (Wireless DECT Interface Board)
Description
The WTIB4, shown in Figure 4.7.10-1, has four (4) interfaces to GDC-600BE multi-channel
DECT Base Stations. Only one WTIB4 may be installed in the KSU of an eMG80 system.
As access to the WTIB4 board may be required during installation of the Base Stations, we
recommend installing the WTIB4 as the second Interface board on the KSU CN1 connector.
The board is provided with two Standoffs that must be installed prior to mounting the board.
To install the board in the KSU, refer to Section 4.4.
Figure 4.7.10-1 WTIB4
With the WTIB4, a DECT network of four (4) cells (Base Stations) each handling 6
simultaneous calls from up to 48 subscribed stations can be configured. These capacities
are depicted in the chart below.
Table 4.7.10-1 WTIB4 Capacity
Item
Capacity
Cells (Base Stations)
4
Voice channels/Cell
6
Registered terminals
48
Simultaneous Wireless calls
24
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Switch setting
Table 4.7.10-2 WTIB4 SW1
Switch
SW1
Function
Reset Button
Remark
Push button
Table 4.7.10-3 SW2 - DIP Switch
Pole
Functions
ON
OFF
Default
1
Operation
TBR6 mode
Normal service mode
OFF
2
Echo canceller Control
Echo canceller on
Echo canceller off
ON
3
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
ON
4
Base reset mode
All base reset
One base reset
OFF
LED Indications
Table 4.7.10-4 LED Indications
LED
Description
LD1
HDLC Interrupt
LD2
400ms flash
LD3
Reserved
LD4
ON: Echo canceller enable
OFF: Echo canceller disable
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4.8 Optional Function Boards
The eMG80 KSU can be equipped with several option boards to provide additional or
expanded functionality. Each optional Function board is installed on a specific option
connector on the MBU as discussed in this section. The optional Function Boards include:




VVMU: VoIP and Voice Mail expansion Unit
MEMU/MEMU2: Memory expansion Unit
MODU: Modem function Unit
MG-CMU4: Call Metering Unit with 4 channels
4.8.1 VVMU (VoIP & Voice Mail Unit)
Description
The VVMU, refer to Figure 4.8.1-1 below, expands the number of VoIP channels available
in the system, expands the number of Voice Mail channels and expands the memory for
Voice Mail storage. In addition, the LAN port equipped on the VVMU provides the interface
to the VVMU VoIP channels and for software applications that can be installed in the
eMG80. The VVMU is installed on the KSU MBU connectors CN3 as described in section
4.5.
As shown in the VVMU capacity chart below, the basic eMG80 is equipped with two (2)
VoIP channels, which are required for SIP Trunks, IP Phones (LIP or SIP) and IP
Networking. The basic system hardware can support an additional six VoIP channels by
entry of an unlock code (license). Unlock codes are available in 1-channel increments.
Installation of the VVMU and licenses expands the number of VoIP channels up to 8
channels.
For Voice Mail, the basic eMG80 (built-in VM) supports two (2) channels and 1 hour of
storage. The 8 channels for Voice Mail and 15 hours for storage can be added for
additional channels and storage by license.
Table 4.8.1-1 VVMU (VoIP and Voice Mail) Capacity Chart
Function
VoIP Channels
Voice Mail
Channels
Storage
Basic
Unlock code (license)
VVMU
0
8 (1-channel increment)
Max. 8
0
1 hour
8 (1-channel increment)
15 hours
Max. 8
16 hours
*VVMU: Common Resource Unit for expanding VoIP Channel, Voice Mail Memory and VM
Channel.
 Need License for each required function (IPCLV, VMCLV, VMMLV).
 All functions can be used at the same time with appropriate license.
NOTE
The MEMU/MEMU2 can be added to the system to expand the Voice Mail storage capacity
by 15 hours/60 hours. With the VVMU and the MEMU/MEMU2 installed the Voice Mail
storage capacity is 32/77 hours (basic 1 hour plus VVMU 16 hours, plus MEMU 15 hours
or MEMU2 60 hours).
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Figure 4.8.1-1 VVMU
Connector and Modular jack
Table 4.8.1-2 Connector and Modular Jack Function
Connector
CN1
CN3
CN12
CN4
MJ1
Functions
Connection to CN3 of the MBU
CPLD JTAG for development
CPU JTAG for development
Maintenance Serial port
LAN Port
Remark
32 Pins
10 Pins
20 Pins
4 Pins
RJ45
Switch setting
Table 4.8.1-3 VVMU Push Button Reset SW2
Switch
SW2
Functions
Reset push button
LED Indications
Table 4.8.1-4 VVMU LED Indication
LED
LD1
LD2
Color
Blue
Blue
MJ1
Link/Act
Speed
LD1
LD2
Description
Flash 300ms ON and OFF, normal operation
Channel in use status
ON – a VoIP or VM channel in use
OFF – all VoIP and VM channels idle
ON – Link, Blink – Data Transfer
ON – 100Mbps, OFF – 10Mbps
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4.8.2 MEMU (Memory Expansion Module Unit)
Description
The MEMU is equipped with Nand Flash memory used to expand the storage capacity of
the eMG80 Voice Mail by 15 hours. As with the basic and VVMU storage, the MEMU
storage is non-volatile and any messages are stored even if power to the eMG80 is lost.
The MEMU is installed on the CN15 connector of the KSU MBU.
As shown in Figure 4.8.2-1 below, the MEMU has a single connector for mounting on
CN15 of the KSU MBU. The MEMU has no other connectors, LEDs or switches.
Figure 4.8.2-1 MEMU
4.8.3 MEMU2 (Memory Expansion Module Unit)
Description
The MEMU2 is equipped with Nand Flash memory used to expand the storage capacity of
the eMG80 Voice Mail by 60 hours. As with the basic and VVMU storage, the MEMU2
storage is non-volatile and any messages are stored even if power to the eMG80 is lost.
As shown in Figure 4.8.3-1 below, the MEMU2 has a single connector for mounting on
CN15 of the eMG80 KSU MBU. The MEMU2 has no other connectors, LEDs or switches.
MEMU2
Figure 4.8.3-1 MEMU2
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4.8.4 MODU (Modem Function Unit)
Description
The MODU, which is shown in Figure 4.8.4-1 below, provides an analog modem interface
supporting Bell, ITU-T, V.34, V.32BIS and V.90 protocols at baud rates of 300bps up to
33Kbps with automatic rate negotiation. The MODU has one connector for installation on
the CN4 connector on the KSU MBU. There are no switches or LEDs located on the
MODU.
Figure 4.8.4-1 MODU
4.8.5 MG-CMU4 (Call Metering - 50Hz/12KHz/16KHz Unit)
Description
The MG-CMU4, as shown in Figure 4.8.5-1, provides the Call metering function for analog
CO lines. The CMU circuitry detects call metering and signaling information sent from the
PSTN at 50 Hz, 12 KHz, or 16 KHz. The MG-CMU4 has four (4) circuits each connects to a
separate CO line. MG-CMU4 can be installed on the CN8 and CN9 connectors of the KSU
MBUA, KSU MBUAD or the EKSU EMBU to support the built-in CO lines. The CMU4 is
installed on connectors CN790 and CN791 of optional Interface boards with analog CO
lines including the CH204, CH408 and CS416.
Figure 4.8.5-1 MG-CMU4
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5. MOUNTING THE KSU AND EKSU
Once all option boards have been installed in the KSU and EKSU, the KSUs can be mounted.
The KSUs can be desk, wall or rack mounted. While the KSUs may be desk mounted this is
general not recommended and Wall and Rack mount provide added safety and optimal
operation environment.
NOTE
While access to the interior of the KSU may be required during the initial power up, we
recommend that the KSU cover be installed during mounting or moving the KSU.
5.1 KSU Exterior and Dimension
The following Figure 5.1-1 provides the external dimensions of the KSU, which are the same
for EKSU, to determining clearance.
Figure 5.1-1 KSU Exterior Dimensions
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5.2 Desk Mount
Although not recommended, the KSU can be mounted on a desk, shelf or table-top. In this
case assure the EKSU and KSU are located side by side with a minimum of 5 cm separation.
NOTE
Particularly when multiple optional Interface boards are installed, the KSUs should be wall
or rack mounted.
It is important that in no case should the KSU and EKSU be stacked one on top of the
other as this will cause overheating.
Figure 5.2-1 Desktop Mount
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5.3 Wall Mount
Wall Mounting is the common installation method as shown in Figure 5.3-1. It is
recommended that a backboard such as a ¾ inch sheet of plywood be installed and securely
fixed to the wall for mounting of the KSUs, terminal blocks and other miscellaneous equipment.
1. Install 3 anchor plugs in the wall using the mounting template included for accurate
placement.
2. Insert the 3 screws into the anchor plug and tighten leaving about 1/8 inch of the
screw shaft exposed.
3. Hook the KSU onto the screws, making sure that the System slides down securely.
4. Repeat Step 1 through 3 for the EKSU. Before installing the mounting template for
EKSU, assure the Expansion cable is a sufficient length to connect the KSU and
EKSU. Also assure the KSU and EKSU are separated by at least 5 cm.
Figure 5.3-1 Installing Mounting Template and Wall mount
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5.4 Rack Mount
The eMG80 can be mounted on a standard 19-inch rack employing the Rack brackets.
Before mounting in the rack, assure that ventilation, space, power and grounding are
sufficient. Figure 5.4-1 depicts rack mounting, use the figure and the steps below to rack
mount the KSUs.
1. Align the rack bracket with the two locating slots on the bottom of the KSU and
attach it to the KSU by moving the bracket in the direction of arrows
2. Assure the bracket is fully engaging then insert and tighten the two (2) screws to
secure the bracket to the KSU.
3. Affix the bracket with the KSU to the rack posts with the four (4) screws provided.
4. Repeat Step 1 through Step 3 for the EKSU. Before installing the mounting the
EKSU, assure the Expansion cable is of sufficient length to connect the KSU and
EKSU. We recommends the space between KSU and EKSU be as wide as possible,
considering the Expansion cable.
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EKSU
Figure 5.4-1 Installing Rack Bracket and Rack Mount
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6. KSU AND EKSU WIRING
6.1 Connecting the Basic and Expansion KSUs
If an Expansion KSU is installed, it must be connected to the KSU for command and control.
The EKSU must be connected to the KSU employing the Expansion cabling as shown in
Figure 6.1-1. The Expansion Cable is included in the EKSU package and consists of two
colored cables terminated at each end in a connector. The grey cable must be connected to
the KSU-L and EKSU L ports and black to the KSU-R and EKSU-R ports.
To connect, perform the following steps:
1. Connect the grey cable to both the KSU and EKSU “L” ports.
2. Connect black cable to both the KSU and EKSU “R” ports.
3. To fix the Expansion cable connector securely, tighten the thumbscrews on each
connector.
KSU
EKSU
Figure 6.1-1 Expansion KSU to KSU Connection
NOTE
If during normal operation, power to the EKSU is turned OFF and ON, the KSU will restart
to reconfigure automatically.
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6.2 Grounding the KSUs
Proper connection of the eMG80 KSUs to earth ground is very important to prevent user
contact with dangerous voltages and reduce electrical and RF interference. Assure that both
the KSU and EKSU are properly grounded as described below and shown in Figure 6.2-1.
1. Turn the grounding screw counter clockwise with a screwdriver to loosen.
2. Insert the grounding wire and tighten the screw securely.
3. Then connect the grounding wire to an appropriate ground source (refer to Caution
below).
Figure 6.2-1 Grounding to the earth
CAUTION
 This equipment should be connected to a socket-outlet with a protective ground
connection.

The Earth Ground wire shall have green-and-yellow insulation and the crosssectional area of the conductor must equal to or greater than UL 1015 AWG#18
(1.0mm).

Be sure to comply with applicable local regulations.

HIGH LEAKAGE CURRENT - Connect permanent earthing conductor before
connecting telephone lines.

A supplementary equipment earthing conductor is to be installed between the product
or system and earth, that is, in addition to the equipment earthing conductor in the
power supply cord.

The supplementary equipment earthing conductor may not be smaller in size than the
unearthed branch-circuit supply conductors. The supplementary equipment earthing
conductor is to be connected to the product at the terminal provided, and connected
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to earth in a manner that will retain the earth connection when the power supply cord
is unplugged. The connection to earth of the supplementary earthing conductor shall
be in compliance with the appropriate rules for terminating bonding jumpers in Part K
of Article 250 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70 and Article 10 of Part 1
of the Canadian Electrical Code, Part 1, C22.1. Termination of the supplementary
earthing conductor is permitted to be made to building steel, to a metal electrical
raceway system, or to any earthed item that is permanently and reliably connected to
the electrical service equipment earthed.

Bare, covered, or insulated earthing conductors are acceptable. A covered or
insulated conductor must have a continuous outer finish that is either green, or green
with one or more yellow stripes.

The separate protective earthing terminal provided on this product shall be
permanently connected to earth.
6.3 External Backup Battery Installation
In case of power failure, the external backup batteries automatically maintain uninterrupted
power to iPECS eMG80 System. The external batteries must provide 24V DC; this is
generally accomplished by connecting two 12V batteries in a series arrangement as shown
in Figure 6.3-1. It is strongly recommended that a fuse (10A@250Volts) be installed as
over-current protection. Both the KSU and EKSU should be connected to separate back-up
batteries.
Figure 6.3-1 External Backup Battery Installation
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To wire the Battery Back-up,
1. Using the Battery Back-up cable provided, connect the Red wire to the positive
terminal of one of the batteries.
2. Connect the Blue wire of the connector to the negative terminal of the second
battery.
3. Connect the non-terminated negative and positive battery terminal s together with a
fuse (10 A @ 250 Volts). This series connection will provide the 24 VDC required by
the eMG80 Battery Backup circuit.
4. Insert the Battery Backup connector in to the ‘BATT’ connector.
5. Repeat Steps 1 to 4 for the EKSU.
NOTE
Battery operation is controlled by the PSU. The PSU will provide charging current to the
batteries during normal AC power operation at a maximum of 200mA. PSU battery
operation will be halted if the AC power is re-connected or if the battery voltage is too low
to maintain full-system operation.
The external batteries can maintain System operation for several hours depending on
several factors such as battery charge status, condition and capacity of the batteries, and
System configuration (active Station ports).
CAUTION
 It is recommended to use an external backup battery fuse (10A@250V) between the
battery and the System.

Recommended battery capacity is 24V/20AH MF; iPECS eMG80 System should be
able to operate more than 3 hours with batteries that are in good condition.

Carefully check the battery polarity with cable colors (Red and Blue) when
connecting the battery to the System.

Do not short out the external batteries and cables.

Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
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6.4 Line and Station Modular Jack Wiring
The MBU and Interface boards determine the type and number of external network and
Station connections available. Section 4 provides details on each MBU and Interface boards.
The following provides wiring instructions for each of the Interface types.
All wiring of the modular jack terminations should be accomplished with 22 or 24 AWG twisted
pair wiring. Cabling for the RJ11 jacks should use a minimum of 2-pair wiring and the cabling
for the RJ45 should terminate all 4 pairs.
NOTE
In many cases, two interface circuits are terminated to a single modular jack. Thus,
carefully wire the jacks with the pin assignments shown otherwise, the interface circuits will
not operate properly.
6.4.1 CO Line Modular Jack Wiring
CO Line modular jacks are terminated with two (2) CO Lines to an RJ45 jack as shown in
the chart below. To wire the CO Line modular jacks,
1. Wire each CO Line modular jack to the termination point.
2. Tag the wiring for future maintenance.
Table 6.4.1-1 Analog CO Line Modular Jack Wiring
Connector
Pin-out
Pin Number
1,2
3
RJ45
Signal Name
CO1-R, CO1-T
Reserved
4,5
6,7,8
CO2-R, CO2-T
Reserved
6.4.2 BRI Line Modular Jack Wiring
BRI Line modular jacks are terminated with one or two BRI lines (2B+D channels each) to
an RJ45 jack as shown in the chart below. To wire the BRI Line modular jack,
1. Wire each BRI Line modular jack to the termination point.
2. Tag the wiring for future maintenance.
Table 6.4.2-1 BRI Line Modular Jack Wiring
Connector
Pin-out
Pin Number
1,2,7,8
RJ45
Signal Name
Function
Reserved
3
TX+
Transmit Data
4
RX+
Receive Data
5
RX-
Receive Data
6
TX-
Transmit Data
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6.4.3 PRI Line Modular Jack Wiring
The PRI Line modular jack is terminated with one PRI line circuit to an RJ45 jack as shown
in the chart below. To wire the PRI Line modular jack,
1. Wire each PRI Line modular jack to the termination point.
2. Tag the wiring for future maintenance.
Table 6.4.3-1 PRI Line Modular Jack Wiring
Connector
Pin-out
Pin Number
RJ45
Signal Name
Function
1
RX-T / TX-T
TE / NT
2
RX-R / TX-R
TE / NT
4
TX-T / RX-T
TE / NT
5
TX-R /RX-R
TE / NT
3
N/A
6
N/A
7, 8
N/A
6.4.4 Digital Station Modular Jack Wiring
Digital Station modular jacks are terminated with one Digital station circuit to an RJ11 jack
as shown in the chart below. To wire the Digital Station modular jack,
1. Wire each Digital Station modular jack to the termination point.
2. Tag the wiring for future maintenance.
Table 6.4.4-1 Digital Station Modular Jack Wiring
Connector
Pin-out
Pin Number
N/A
2
N/A
3,4
RJ11
70
Signal Name
1
DKT-T, DKT-R
5
N/A
6
N/A
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6.4.5 Hybrid Station Modular Jack Wiring
Hybrid Station modular jacks are terminated with one Digital and one SLT circuit to an
RJ11 jack as shown in the chart below. For the Hybrid ports only one of the station circuits,
DKT or SLT, can be used. To wire the Hybrid Station modular jack,
1. Wire each Hybrid Station modular jack to the termination point.
2. Tag the wiring for future maintenance.
Table 6.4.5-1 Hybrid Station Modular Jack Wiring
Connector
Pin-out
Pin Number
N/A
2
DKT-T
3,4
RJ11
Signal Name
1
SLT-T, SLT-R
5
DKT-R
6
N/A
6.4.6 DKT/SLT Station Modular Jack Wiring
The last four (4) built-in Station ports of the KSUAD and KSUID provide both a Digital and
SLT port. These Station modular jacks are terminated with one Digital and one SLT circuit
to an RJ11 jack as shown in the chart below. Both the DKT and SLT interface ports can be
wired and used simultaneously. To wire these ‘combo’ Station modular jacks,
1. Wire each combo Station modular jack to the termination point.
2. Tag the wiring for future maintenance.
Table 6.4.6-1 DKT/SLT Station Modular Jack Wiring
Connector
Pin-out
Pin Number
N/A
2
DKT-T
3,4
RJ11
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DKT-R
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6.4.7 SLT Station Modular Jack Wiring
SLT Station modular jacks are terminated with two (2) SLT circuits to an RJ11 jack as
shown in the chart below. To wire the SLT Station modular jacks,
1. Wire each SLT Station modular jack to the termination point.
2. Tag the wiring for future maintenance.
Table 6.4.7-1 SLT Station Modular Jack Wiring
Connector
Pin-out
Pin Number
RJ11
Signal Name
1
N/A
2
SLT-T of SLU8
3,4
SLT-T, SLT-R
5
SLT-R of SLU8
6
N/A
6.4.8 WTIB4 Base Station Modular Jack Wiring
The WTIB4 has four RJ11 modular jacks for connection to GDC-600BE DECT Base
Stations. The connectors are terminated as shown in the chart below. Special care is
needed when wiring the WTIB4 modular jacks. As shown in Figure 6.4.8-1, a Ferrite core,
which is provided with the Base Station, must be installed on the wiring to each modular
jack to minimize induced interference. After completing installation and initial power-up of
the eMG80 system, the DECT Base Stations can be located and installed as directed in the
DECT Installation manual, GDC-600TBE (CRS tool) user manual. After installing the Base
Stations, the DECT handsets can be subscribed to the Base Stations and registered to the
system.
To wire the WTIB4 modular jacks,
1. Assure power to the KSU is OFF. Failure to remove power can cause serious
damage to the WTIB4, Base Station and the KSU electronics.
2. For each jack, terminate the WTIB4 wiring in an RJ11 modular plug terminated in 2pair UTP Cat 3 or better wiring following the pin assignments shown in the modular
jack wiring chart below.
3. Pass the wiring through the Ferrite core. Creating at least three turns through the
core as shown in Figure 6.4.8-1.
4. Terminate the wiring to the Base Station termination point using the terminations as
shown in Table 6.4.8-1.
5. Tag or number wiring for maintenance.
NOTE
During installation of the Base Stations access to the WTIB4 may be required. It is
recommended that the WTIB4 be mounted on the CN1 connector as the lower optional
Interface board.
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Figure 6.4.8-1 WTIB4 Wiring with Ferrite Core
CAUTION
All wiring between the WTIB4 and the GDC-600BE Base Station must use twisted pair
cable, use either Cat 3 or Cat 5 cabling. Use of untwisted pair wiring, even in short lengths
will cause faulty operation of the Base Station and the DECT handsets.
WTIB4 & GDC-600BE Connectors
Table 6.4.8-1 WTIB & GDC-600BE Modular Jack Wiring
Model
Label
Pin-out
1
WTIB4
6
WTI1
to
WTI4
Pin Number
Pin Assignment
1, 6
Unused/reserved
2
RX (GND)
Receive Data
3
TX (+30V)
Transmit Data
4
TX (+30v)
Transmit Data
5
RX (GND)
Receive Data
1, 6
1
GDC600BE
MJ1
6
Function
Unused/reserved
2
Base TX (GND)
Transmit Data
3
Base RX (+30V)
Receive Data
4
Base RX (+30v)
Receive Data
5
Base TX (GND)
Transmit Data
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WTIB4 - Automatic Line Test Function
The WTIB4 incorporates routines to perform tests of the connection to each Base Station.
The Automatic Line Test can be performed is manually with Dip switches located on the
WTIB or performed through a Command Line Interface to the system. To perform the Line
Test manually,
1. With power to the system OFF, set all Dip switches on the WTIB4 to the ON state.
2. Turn the system power ON. After the system boot, the WTIB4 will conduct the
Automatic Line Test. The test requires approximately 5 minutes and during the test
cycle the WTIB4 LEDs 1 through 4 will flash at a 1 second on and 1 second off rate.
3. After the test is complete, the LED for each WTIB4 will indicate the results as shown
in the chart below.
Result
LED Indication
LED OFF
Normal
LED ON
Fault
LED flash@100ms ON/OFF
Not connected
4. Return the WTIB4 Dip switches to the proper position and press the reset button on
the WTIB4.
To perform the Automatic Line Test with the Command Line Interface, follow the
procedures outlined in the GDC-600BE Manual available from the local Ericsson-LG
Enterprise representative. The results will appear in a format as follows. The display will
indicate OK, NOT OK or Base eject (Base not connected).
===========================================================
* Welcome to Ericsson-LG Enterprise WTIB4 Liu Test Program Ver 0.a *
===========================================================
E1 Line Test Start !! 01minutes
During Test... 00:59
E1 Line Test End !!
Base eject [01]
Base eject [02]
Base eject [03]
Base eject [04]
LIU Error cnt1 : Link0=0000, Link1=6700, Link2=7229, Link3=8131
: Link4=8170, Link5=7475, Link6=0000, Link7=0000
LIU Error cnt2 : Link0=0000, Link1=9475, Link2=9646, Link3=4363
: Link4=2793, Link5=5563, Link6=0000, Link7=000
NOTE
If using the Telnet interface to view the Line test results, do not make entries in the
Command Line Interface, as this may cause false test results.
Changing the Dip switch positions during the test will not affect the Automatic Line Test.
After the test is complete, place the DIP switches in the proper position, then press the
WTIB4 reset button or reset eMG80 system.
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6.5 MBU and VVMU LAN Port Wiring
The MBU and VVMU incorporate an IEEE 802.3 10/100 Base-T LAN port. The LAN port is
terminated in a RJ45 connector with the standard MDI terminations as shown in the chart
below. To wire the LAN port,
1. Connect each LAN port modular jack to an appropriate LAN port of a LAN switch.
2. Tag the wiring for future maintenance.
Table 6.5-1 MBU and VVMU LAN Modular Jack Wiring
Connector
Pin-out
RJ45
8
1
Pin Numbers
Signal Name
Function
4,5,7,8
Reserved
1
TX+
Transmit Data
2
TX-
Transmit Data
3
RX+
Receive Data
6
RX-
Receive Data
NOTE
This equipment is indoor use and all the communication wirings are limited to inside of the
building.
6.6 USB port
The KSU MBU incorporates a standard USB port. The port is wired as shown in the chart
below and any standard USB memory stick can be installed for backup and restore operations.
Table 6.6-1 USB Termination
Connector
USB
Pin-out
1
4
Pin Number
Signal Name
Function
1
VBUS (+5V)
Power
2
D+
Data signal
3
D-
Data signal
4
GND
Ground
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6.7 Connecting Miscellaneous Devices
The KUS MBU provides connections for an external music source, external page port, relay
contact, and alarm detection input monitor. The EKSU EMBU provides additional connections
for a second relay contact output and alarm detection input. In both cases, an RJ45 jack is
used to terminate the interfaces as shown in Figure 6.7-1 below and the wiring charts.
External Music Source
When a call is placed on hold, MOH (Music on Hold) is presented to the caller. MOH can
be provided from an internal source or from an external audio source connected to the
MOH connector.
External Paging Port wiring
The Page connector allows paging audio to be sent to External Paging equipment. The
system will deliver audio as a 0-dBm signal into a 600-ohm load.
Relay Contact Output
The Miscellaneous connector includes connection to an External Control Contact. The
External Control Contact activates as a Loud Bell, a Door Open controller, or control for
External paging equipment when External Paging is access.
Alarm Sensor and Relay Wiring
The Miscellaneous connector provides access to the Alarm Sensor circuitry. The sensor
can be used to monitor an external alarm or doorbell contact.
To wire the miscellaneous connections, referring to Figure 6.7-1 and the Modular jack
termination charts below,
1. Wire the Miscellaneous terminations to the appropriate termination point for the
external devices.
2. Tag the wiring for future maintenance.
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Figure 6.7-1 Miscellaneous Connections
Modular Jack Pin Assignment
Table 6.7-1 KSU Miscellaneous Connector MJ4 Wiring
Connector
Pin-out
Pin Number
RJ45
Signal Name
Function
1
RELAY_T
Relay Contact Tip
2
RELAY_R
Relay Contact Ring
3
ALARM_T
Alarm Detection Tip
4
ALARM_R
Alarm Detection Ring
5
EXTPAGE_T
External Page Tip
6
EXTPAGE_R
External Page Ring
7
EXTMOH_T
External MOH Tip
8
EXTMOH_R
External MOH Ring
Table 6.7-2 EKSU Miscellaneous Connector MJ4 Wiring
Connector
RJ45
Pin-out
Pin Number
Signal Name
Function
1
RELAY_T
Relay Contact Tip
2
RELAY_R
Relay Contact Ring
3
ALARM_T
Alarm Detection Tip
4
ALARM_R
Alarm Detection Ring
5-8
N/A
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6.8 RS-232 Serial Port Wiring
The RS-232 female connector, which is a DCE (Data Communication Equipment), is used for
various output functions (SMDR, Traffic Reports, etc.) and can be used to access the System
database and maintenance functions through connection to a local PC. The connector is
located on the left side of the Code of the KSU and is terminated as in Table 6.8-1.
Table 6.8-1 RS232 Port Wiring
Connector
RJ-232C
Pin-out
Pin Number
Signal Name
Function
1
Not used
2
TD
Transmitted Data
3
RD
Received Data
4
DSR
Data Set Ready
5
SG
Signal Ground
6
DTR
Data Terminal Ready
7
CTS
Clear to Send
8
RTS
Request to Send
9
Not used
NOTE
The RS-232C port on the MPB does not support hardware flow control.
Figure 6.8-1 RS-232 DB-9 Connector Terminations
Referring to the pin-out chart and the wiring diagram above,
1. Wire the RS-232 port to an appropriate DTE (Data Terminal Equipment) connector.
2. Tag or number wiring for maintenance.
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6.9 Cable Wiring
To provide a neat professional installation, the wiring to the KSU(s) should be “dressed”. The
wiring cables should be bundled and tie wrapped to the KSU(s) and to the wall or rack.
6.9.1 Dressing the Wall Mount Wiring
To dress wiring for a Wall mount installation,
1. Ensure that all boards are installed and wiring is completed.
2. Attach the Cord cover to the system.
3. Using the supplied cable ties, tie all wiring to the slot at the bottom-right side of the
KSUs as shown in Figure 6.9.1-1.
KSU
EKSU
Figure 6.9.1-1 Dressing the Wall Mount Wiring
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6.9.2 Rack Mount Wiring
To dress the wiring for a Rack mount installation,
1. Ensure all boards are installed and that wiring is completed.
2. Attach the Cord cover to the system.
3. Using the supplied cable ties, tie all wiring to the slot at the bottom-right side of the
KSUs as shown in Figure 6.9.2-1.
4. Using additional cable ties, not provided, tie the bundled cables including Power
cord and the Expansion cable using holes in the 19” Rack.
5. Arrange the cable down the rack back to the wiring termination point.
Figure 6.9.2-1 Rack Mount Wiring
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6.9.3 Replace the Cord Cover
Once the wiring is complete and dressed, the Cord cover should be replaced to minimize
accidental damage and the potential of tampering with the wiring. To attach the cover, refer
to Figure 6.9.3-1 and perform the following step,
1. Position the cover on the side of KSU, locating the cover tabs with the matching
slots in the KSU.
2. Place the tabs in the slots and rotate the cover toward the KSU in the direction of
arrows as shown in figure #1.
3. Press down on the cover near the screw hole as shown in figure #2 to expose the
screw hole.
4. Affix the cover with screw provided as shown in figure #3.
Figure 6.9.3-1 Replacing the Cord cover
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7. TERMINAL CONNECTION AND WIRING
7.1 Terminal Models
iPECS eMG80 works with a number of telephone types including proprietary LDP digital and
LIP phones, standard SLTs, and VoIP phones. The specific model of LDP and LIP phones
supported in the eMG80 system are shown in the chart below.
Note
For more detailed information about Phone installation, DSS connection, and Wall mount,
etc. refer to User guide or Quick Guide (Quick Installation Guide) of the terminal model.
Table 7.1-1 Terminal Models
Model
Description
LDP-7004N
4 Flexible Button No display
LDP-7004D
4 Flexible Button w/Display
LDP-7008D
8 Flexible Button w/Display
LDP-7016D
16 Flexible Button w/Display
LDP-7024D
24 Flexible Button w/Display
LDP-7024LD
24 Flexible Button w/Large Display
LDP-7048DSS
48 Button DSS/DLS Console
LDP-DPB
Door Phone Box
LDP-9008D
8 Flexible Button w/Display
LDP-9030D
30 Flexible Button w/Display
LDP-9048DSS
48 Button DSS Console
LDP-9208D
8 Flexible Button Display
LDP-9224D
24 Flexible Button Display
LDP-9224DF
24 Flexible Button, Full duplex
LDP-9240D
24(12*2 page) Flexible Button, Full duplex
LDP-9248DSS
48 Flexible Button DSS Console
LIP-7008D
8 Flexible Button w/Display
LIP-7016D
16 Flexible Button w/Display
LIP-7024D
24 Flexible Button w/Display
LIP-7024LD
24 Flexible Button w/Large Display
LIP-8002
4 Feature Button w/Display
LIP-8004D
4 Flexible Button w/Display
LIP-8008D
8Flexible Button w/Display
LIP-8012D
12 Flexible Button w/Display
LIP-8024D
24 Flexible Button w/Display
LIP-8040L
10 Flexible Button w/Large Display
LIP-8012DSS
12 Button DSS Console / Power supply
LIP-8012LSS
12 Button LSS Console / via keyset up to 2
LIP-8048DSS
48 Button DSS Console / via external up to 4
LIP-8040LSS
48 Button DSS Console w/Display via external or PoE up to 9
LIP-8002E/2AE
4 Feature Button w/Display
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Model
Description
LIP-8008E
8 Flexible Button w/Display
LIP-8012E
12 Flexible Button w/Display
LIP-8024E
24 Flexible Button w/Display
LIP-8040E
10 Flexible Button w/Large Display
LIP-8050V
5 Flexible Button, w/Color Display & Video Camera
LIP-8050E
4.3 inch wide color Graphic screen, 5 button,
LIP-9002
4-flexible buttons w/Display
LIP-9010
3-line 320 by 48 dot graphic LCD and 5 flexible buttons.
LIP-9020
4-line 320 by 80 dot graphic LCD, 10 flexible buttons and 3 soft keys.
LIP-9030
6-line 320 by 112 dot graphic LCD, 8 flexible buttons and 3 soft keys.
LIP-9040
8-line 320 by 144 dot graphic LCD, 12 flexible buttons and 3 soft keys.
LIP-9012DSS
12 flexible buttons with tri-color LED
LIP-9024DSS
24 flexible buttons with tri-color LED
LIP-9024LSS
LIP-9048DSS
12 flexible buttons with tri-color LED/ two flexible button pages to represent 24
total flexible buttons
48 flexible buttons with tri-color LED
Premium Touch Screen IP Phone, 7 Inch TFT color LCD,
LIP-9070
Android OS, WVGA resolution, Video communications,
Soft flexible buttons(48 for SIP/ 30 for iPECS protocol)
Premium Touch Screen IP Phone, 7 Inch TFT color LCD,
LIP-9071
Android OS, WVGA resolution, Video communications,
Soft flexible buttons(48 for SIP/ 30 for iPECS protocol)
WIT-400HE
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iPECS WLAN Phone
Business DECT, Full color LCD
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7.2 Terminal Cabling Distance
The figure 7.2-1 below indicates the wiring distance for Digital Key Telephones and Single
Line Telephones, and both must be wired with 22 or 24 AWG twisted pair Cat 3 or Cat 5 cable.
The wiring distance for IP phones is determined by the LAN and can be a maximum distance
of 100 meters (328 feet) from the LAN switch. The IP phones are wired using Cat 5 cable for
10/100 Base T LANs and Cat5E cable for 1000 Base T LANs.
Figure 7.2-1 Terminal Wiring Distance
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7.3 Terminal Connection
7.3.1 DKTU Wiring
The Digital Key Telephone and digital DSS Console are terminated to a pair of the RJ11
located in the bottom of the unit. The LDP series phones employ the 2nd pair of the modular
jack while all other LDP series phones employ the 1st or center pair of the modular jack.
The wall outlet for the DKT or Console should be wired to the appropriate termination point
for the DKT port in the eMG80 system.
1. Using the Modular Jack wiring charts below, wire the 1st or 2nd pair of the wall outlet,
as appropriate, to the termination point using UTP cable. Note separate wiring is
required for some DSS console (refer to User guide or Quick guide).
2. Using the line cord provided, connect the DKTU or DSS Console to the wall outlet.
Modular Jack Pin Assignment
Table 7.3.1-1 LDP series (7000, 9000, 9200) Modular Jack Wiring
Connector
Pin-out
RJ11
Pin Number
Signal Name
1
N/A
2
Reserved
3,4
RING, TIP
5
Reserved
6
N/A
7.3.2 SLT Wiring
SLTs are wired to the center pair of the RJ11 jack, typically on the bottom or back of the
SLT. The wall outlet should be connected to an appropriate SLT port in the eMG80 system.
1. Wire the center pair of the wall outlet to the termination point using UTP cable.
2. Using the line cord provided with the SLT, connect the SLT to the wall outlet.
Modular Jack Pin Assignment
Table 7.3.2-1 SLT Modular Jack Wiring
Connector
RJ11
Pin-out
Pin Number
Signal Name
1,2
N/A
3,4
TIP, RING
5,6
N/A
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7.3.3 LIP Phone Wiring
iPECS eMG80 supports LIP Phone series. LIP-7008D and LIP-8004D have a single LAN
port that is wired to an Ethernet switch port. Generally all other LIP phone series shown
here have two (2) Ethernet ports, a LAN port and a PC port. The LAN port is connected to
an Ethernet switch port and the PC port is connected to the LAN port of a PC. The LIP
phones are wired to any 10/100 (or 1000) Base-T Ethernet switch port with access to a
VOIP channel. The LIP phones can be powered from a POE compatible Ethernet switch
port or using the AC/DC Adaptor-K.
Caution!
To power your phone, use either PoE or the AC adaptor, not both. Use the
Ericsson-LG Enterprise approved AC power adaptor only. The AC adaptor is
ordered separately.
Modular Jack Pin Assignment
Table 7.3.3-1 LIP Phone Modular Jack Wiring
Connector
RJ45
Pin-out
Function
Pin Number
Signal Name
4,5,7,8
Reserved
1
TX+
Transmit Data
2
TX-
Transmit Data
3
RX-
Receive Data
6
RX+
Receive Data
1. Using the above wiring chart, wire the RX and TX pins from the RJ45 Wall outlet, or
equal, for the IP Phone to the appropriate Ethernet switch termination point using
Cat 5 or, for 1000 Base-T Cat 5e UTP cable. The maximum wire length between the
IP Phone and the Ethernet switch port is 100 meters or 328 feet.
2. Use the RJ45 terminated cable provided with the phone to connect the IP Phone
LAN port to the Wall outlet.
3. Connect the PC port to a PC LAN port using a CAT 5 cable terminated on each end
with an RJ45 connector.
4. If not using a POE switch port, connect the DC connector of an AC Adaptor-K to the
DC input on the bottom of the IP Phone and plug the AC plug of the AC adaptor in to
a 100-240 VAC outlet.
Once the LIP phone powers up, it will attempt to register with the eMG80. From default, the
LIP phone should complete the registration successfully. If not, the phone will display the
“No Response” message shown below.
NO RESPONSE FROM MFIM [L]
SET[*] – RETRY[#]
This indicates the LIP phone needs to be configured for the local network environment. To
configure the phone, perform the following steps.
1. Press ‘*’ to set the network configuration
2. Enter the password, 147*.
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Use the Volume Up/Down buttons to scroll through the menu shown below.
Enter appropriate values for the local network.
When complete, press the Speaker button.
Press ‘*’ to exit and restart the LIP Phone.
Menu Display
Description
MODE[R/L]
[LOCAL] – CHANGE[#]
Registration mode, use ‘#’ to set Remote mode
PHONE IP ADDRESS (DOT:*)
Use the dial pad to enter the fixed IP address,
use DHCP for dynamic addressing
PHONE NET MASK(DOT:*)
Use the dial pad to enter the Subnet mask if
using fixed IP addressing
ROUTER IP ADDRESS(DOT:*)
Use the dial pad to enter the default Gateway if
using fixed IP addressing
MFIM IP ADDRESS(DOT:*)
Use the dial pad to enter the IP address of the
MFIM IP address.
SAME LAN WITH MFIM
[YES] – CHANGE[#]
Indicates if the IP Phone and the eMG80 are on
the same LAN segment. Use # to change,
Yes/No.
INPUT DEVICE NUMBER:
DHCP ?
[DISABLED] – CHANGE[#]
The IP Phone supports fixed or dynamic
addressing, use # to change the value.
VLAN CONFIGURATION
NOT SET
Not used
WEB PASSWORD
Not used
PHY MODE : AUTO NEGO
CHANGE[*] SAVE[#]
Speed and Duplex negotiation, use * to change
the selection
7.3.4 DSS/BLF Console Installation & Wiring
LDP-7048 DSS Installation
The digital LDP-7048 DSS/BLF Console is provided with a phone-mounting bracket so that
the console can be securely fastened to the corresponding LDP-7000 phone. To attach the
console to the phone, refer to Figure 7.3.4-1 and the following instructions
1. Turn the Console and phone upside down.
2. Place the fastener in position as shown in figure balloon.
3. Insert and tighten screws. Caution, do not over-tighten the screws as this will
damage the plastic hosing.
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Figure 7.3.4-1 LDP-7048DSS Console install
LDP-7048 DSS Console Wiring
The LDP-7048 DSS Console is wired as a normal Digital Key Telephone to a separate
digital port of the eMG80, refer to Section 7.3.1.
LIP-8000 Console Installation and Wiring
LIP-8000/8000E Series DSS/BLF Console is available in three (3) models 12 button
w/paper labels (LIP-8012DSS), 12-button w/LCD (LIP-8012LSS), and 48-button w/paper
labels (LIP-8048DSS). Up to four (4) consoles can be connected to LIP-8000/800E series
phone using the serial ribbon cable from the console. LIP-8000 phones will power a
maximum two (2) LCD DSS Consoles and, when more than two consoles are connected,
one must be the 48-button Console. In all cases, the 48-button Console must be powered
by the AC/DC Adaptor-K. The figures below depict installation of various console
configurations. Note that in all cases, AC/DC Adaptor-K is attached to the 48-button
Console.
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Figure 7.3.4-2 LIP-8000/8000E series Console Configurations
Referring to Figure 7.3.4-3 below use the following instructions to install and wire the LIP
Console to the associated LIP Phone.
1. Turn the LIP phone and Console upside down
2. Remove the rubber plug in the LIP phone protecting the Console serial cable
connector.
3. Insert the flat ribbon cable from the Console into the connector in the LIP phone.
4. Insert and tighten two (2) screws through the DSS Console mounting flange into the
LIP phone. Caution, do not over-tighten the screws as this may damage the LIP
phone housing.
5. For additional Consoles, repeat the procedure connecting one console to the
previous console.
6. For each LIP-8048DSS and LIP-8040LSS, insert the DC plug of an AC Adaptor-K to
the DC input of the Console and plug the AC plug into an appropriate (110/240 VAC)
outlet.
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Figure 7.3.4-3 LIP-8000 DSS Installation
LIP-9000 Console Installation
The Button kits for the LIP-9000 Series phone provide 12, 24, or 48 additional flexible
buttons. The flexible buttons on the Button kit are used as with the flexible buttons on the
phone proper and can be assigned for any of the flexible button functions. One of three
Button kits may attach to an LIP-9020, LIP-9030 or LIP-9040 phone, and can be placed on
your desktop or can be wall-mounted with the phone.
The available button kits are shown in the below and described as follows.
•
LIP-9012DSS has 12 flexible buttons with tri-color LED. The DSS button kit uses a
paper label for the button designations.
•
LIP-9024DSS has 24 flexible buttons with tri-color LED. The DSS button kit uses a
paper label for the button designations.
•
LIP-9024LSS has 12 flexible buttons with tri-color LED. The LSS button kit uses
an LCD for the button labels and has two flexible button pages to represent 24
total flexible buttons. The two lower buttons control the page view. The page
button LED will flash when there is new activity under a button on the page. You
can press the page button at any time to change the flexible button page view.
•
LIP-9048DSS has 48 flexible buttons with tri-color LED. The DSS uses a paper
label for the button designations.
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Figure 7.3.4-4 LIP-9000 DSS Installation
The Button kit should be installed on the phone prior to making any connections to the
phone. This simplifies the installation.
To install the button kit for the LIP-9012 DSS, LIP-9024 DSS and LIP-9024 LSS
1.
First, assure the phone is NOT connected to power.
For convenience, you may wish to remove the
handset and foot-stand; this simplifies the Button kit
installation.
2.
On the right side of the phone, remove the Button
kit cover.
3.
Align the Button kit and phone as shown in the
drawing.
4.
Push the Button kit into the phone until the button kit is fully engaged.
5.
Insert the screws provided through the screw tabs in the Button kit and tighten the
screws into the phone. Do not over-tighten.
To install the button kit for the LIP-9048DSS
Prepare your LIP-9048DSS for connection depending on the type of LIP phone. The
setting switches are hidden on the back of right side of the LIP-9048 DSS. Before you
begin, remove protective cover from the LIP-9048 DSS.
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Power Mode: The MODE switch is used to choose the power mode between Slave and
Master.
Symbol
Mode
Mode
Description
S
Slave
5V
LIP-9048DSS receives power
from another DSS.
M
Master
48V
LIP-9048DSS provides power
itself.
Protocol Type: The TYPE switch is used to choose a call protocol type between iPKTS
and SIP.
Symbol
Mode
Description
1
iPKTS
iPKTS protocol type of communication
supported.
2
SIP
SIP protocol type of communication
supported.
PoE Class: The PoE (Power over Ethernet) Class is indicated the class of the Powered
Device (PD), and CLASS switch is used to select the PoE class. DSS module supports all
4 classes listed in below table.
Class
Power
Ranges
Description
1
0.44W to
3.84W
-. One LIP-9048DSS or two LIP-9048DSS
2
0.84W to
6.49W
-. One LIP-9048DSS with a LIP-9020
-. Two LIP-9048DSS with a LIP-9020
-. One LIP-9048DSS with a LIP-9030
3
0.49W to
12.95W
-. Two LIP-9048DSS with a LIP-9030
-. One LIP-9048DSS with a LIP-9040
-. Two LIP-9048DSS with aLIP-9040
The default switch position is '0'.
•
'0' means the power OFF status and it does not support PoE power.
•
'1' means the power ON status and it does support PoE power.
1
Set the power mode, protocol type, and PoE class in advance as described above.
2
Make sure that the Joint Bracket is aligned with the side of the LIP-9048 DSS, and
insert the one side of the Joint Bracket into the mounting holes.
3
And insert the other side of the Joint Bracket into the mounting holes on the side of
your phone.
4
Use the provided screws to connect the LIP-9048 DSS and phone firmly together.
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5
At the back of LIP-9048 DSS and phone, remove the rubber plug from the Accessory
Expansion Module (AEM) port.
6
Plug the 12-Pin cable into the AEM port on LIP-9048 DSS and phone.
7
Place the Wire Protective Cover behind the LIP-9048 DSS and align the screw holes
with the Wire Protective Cover screw holes on LIP-9048 DSS.
8
Tighten the screw to secure the Wire Protective Cover.
12 Pin cable
See Button kit for the LIP-9000 Series or LIP-9048DSS Quick Installation Guide for more
detailed instruction.
Caution!
To avoid damaging the Phone or Button kit, remove power from the phone before
installing a Button kit.
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7.4 Terminal Wall Mount
7.4.1 LDP-7000/9000/9200 series Wall Mount
LDP-7000/9000/9200 series phones can be mounted on the wall using the appropriate
Wall Mount Kit. The Wall Mount Kit is installed as described below. A separate Wall Mount
kit, available from Ericsson-LG Enterprise, is required for LDP-7000 series phones.
1. Using the appropriate Wall Bracket, mark and drill two (2) 7 mm holes for the plastic
wall anchors provided.
2. Insert the two (2) anchors into the holes and insert and tighten the 2 screws leaving
about 6 mm (¼-inch) exposed.
3. Connect one end of a short cable terminated in RJ11 to the LDP Phone, respectively,
and then connect the other end in a wall jack.
4. Mount the Wall Mount bracket on the phone.
5. Slide the Wall Mount bracket over the screws, if loose, tighten the screws slightly
and mount the Wall Mount bracket again.
6. Insert the Wall Mount handset hook to prevent the handset from slipping when wall
mounted.
7.4.2 LIP-8000/8000E Wall Mount
LIP-8000/8000E series phones incorporate wall mount into the base of the phone housing.
Using the instructions, mount LIP-8000/8000E series phone on the wall. An LIP phone with
Consoles can be Wall Mounted after the Console is properly connected to the LIP phone,
refer to section 7.3.4.
1. Using Figure 7.4.2-1 Mark and drill two (2) 7mm holes for plastic wall anchors.
2. Insert the two (2) anchors into the holes and insert and tighten the 2 screws leaving
about 2.5 mm (1/8-inch) exposed. If installing an LIP phone with a Console, also drill
anchor holes and insert and tighten screws for the Console Wall Mount slots.
3. Slide the LIP-8000E phone over the screws and assure the phone is secure. It may
be necessary to remove the phone and tighten or loosen the screws for a secure
mounting.
4. Remove the Handset hook from the phone as shown in the figures below. Reverse
the hook and re-install in the LIP-8000E phone so that the hook catches the groove
in the handset receiver.
Figure 7.4.2-1 LIP-8000E Series Wall Mount Installation
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7.4.3 LIP-9000 Wall Mount
LIP-9000 series phones can be wall mounted as needed. The following instructions
describe the wall mount installation. Note the foot-stand must not be installed.
1
If installed, remove the foot-stand from the Phone
and Button kit.
2
Connect all wiring to the Phone. Connect the Phone
side wiring only.
3
If required, install the Button kit.
4
Align the wall-mount bracket (ordered separately)
over the back of the phone, then press the bracket
onto the phone applying steady pressure until it
clicks into place.
5
Install the Button kit wall-mount bracket if required, in the same manner as the bracket
for the phone.
6
Mark and drill two 7mm holes for plastic wall anchors (not included).
7
Insert the two anchors into the holes, and insert and tighten the two screws (not
included) leaving about 2.5 mm (1/8-inch) exposed.
8
Align the key holes in the bracket over the screws and slide the phone down assuring
the phone is secure.
9
Remove, reverse and re-install the handset hook so that the hook catches the groove
in the handset receiver.
10 Hang the handset up on the handset hook.
11 Complete all wiring connections as described in Quick Installation Guide or User Guide.
NOTE
It may be necessary to remove the phone and tighten or loosen the screws for a secure
mounting.
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8. STARTING IPECS eMG80
8.1 iPECS eMG80 System Initial Power-up
The eMG80 incorporates software initialization routines to automatically configure system
gains and tones based on the Nation Code assigned in the system database. The Nation
code is the Country code used for international dialing. Generally, this will be properly set
but, prior to any other configuration, the Nation Code must be verified to match the location
of the installation. If not it can be modified and the system initialized with the modified
Nation Code.
To initialize the system, perform the following Steps:
1. Verify the KSU MBU SW1 pole#1 is OFF, and pole#2 is ON. Also verify the AC
Power switch is OFF.
2. Plug the AC power cord into iPECS eMG80 System KSUs and the AC outlet.
3. Turn the AC Power switches on the KSU and EKSU ON.
4. Verify and, if needed, modify, the Nation Code (PGM100) with the DKT (Section
8.2.1) or run the Install Wizard (Section 8.3).
5. Reset the KSU with either the recessed Reset button or by power cycling (turn the
AC Power switch OFF then ON).
6. After the LEDs indicate normal operation, refer to section 4.5 and change the
position of the KSU MBU SW1 pole#2 to the OFF position so the database will not
initialize during future power cycling or if the system is reset.
7. If the DKT was used to set the Nation code, run the Install Wizard then configure the
system to the customer needs.
The following sections detail how to verify and change the Nation Code and run the Install
Wizard. Once the Nation Code has been set and the system database initialized, the system
can be configured without the need to reinitialize. For detailed information on configuring the
eMG80 system, refer to the eMG80 Administration and Programming Manual.
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8.2 Verify the Nation Code
There are two methods to verify and modify the Nation code. The first is from the Attendant
Station, which is the LDP multi-button phone connected to the first DKT port on the KSU
MBU. The second is through the eMG80 Install Wizard, section 8.3.
8.2.1 Using the DKT
1. Press the [Trans/PGM] button.
The LCD displays the User Menu.
2. Dial ‘*’ and ‘#’.
The LCD displays ‘Admin Program Start’.
3. Press the [Trans/PGM] button again and dial 100.
The LCD displays ‘System ID’ and requests a Flex key selection.
4. Press the first Flexible button on the phone.
The LCD indicates ‘Country Code’ and the code digits.
5. Verify the Nation Code is correct referring to the Nation Code chart below.
6. If the code is not correct, enter the new code.
7. Press the [Hold/Save] button.
The LCD displays the new Country Code.
8. Press the Speaker button.
9. Initialized the system as discussed in Section 8.1 with the new Nation Code.
Table 8.2.1-1 Nation Code Table
COUNTRY
America
Bahrain
Bolivia
Burma
China (Taiwan)
Costa Rica
Denmark
El Salvador
Finland
Germany
Guam
Haiti
India
Iraq
Italy
Kenya
Liberia
Luxembourg
Mexico
Netherlands
Norway
Panama
Peru
Qatar
Singapore
Sri Lanka
Switzerland
Turkey
Uruguay
CODE
1
973
591
95
886
506
45
503
358
49
671
509
91
964
39
254
231
352
52
31
47
507
51
974
65
94
41
90
598
COUNTRY
Argentina
Bangladesh
Brazil
Cameroon
CIS
Cyprus
Ecuador
Ethiopia
France
Ghana
Guatemala
Honduras
Indonesia
Ireland
Japan
Korea
Libya
Malaysia
Monaco
New Zealand
Oman
P.N.G
Philippines
Saudi Arabia
South Africa
Swaziland
Thailand
U.A.E.
Venezuela
CODE
54
880
55
237
7
357
593
251
33
233
502
504
62
353
81
82
218
60
377
64
968
675
63
966
27
268
66
971
58
97
COUNTRY
Australia
Belgium
Brunei
Chile
Colombia
Czech
Egypt
Fiji
Gabon
Greece
Guyana
Hong Kong
Iran
Israel
Jordan
Kuwait
Malta
Morocco
Nigeria
Pakistan
Paraguay
Portugal
Senegal
Spain
Sweden
Tunisia
United Kingdom
Y.A.R.
CODE
61
32
673
56
57
42
20
679
241
30
592
852
98
972
962
965
356
212
234
92
595
351
221
34
46
216
44
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8.3 Installation Wizard
The Install Wizard is the first and foremost basic configuration tool. In addition to the Nation
Code, using the Install Wizard allows quick access to other configuration parameters that
often require changing including Station and Flexible Numbering plans, IP addressing
information, etc. The Wizard is part of the eMG80E system Web Admin that is accessed
through the LAN port of the KSU. Connect a PC to the LAN connected to the KSU LAN port or
directly to the KSU LAN port. Set the IP address of the PC to match the default system
address (10.10.10.2) then follow the Steps below.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
System Upgrade
Nation Code
System Time & Date
Station Number
Flexible Numbering Plan
CO Ring Assignment
License Upload
Maintenance ID & Password
IP Information
1. Open and point a browser to the IP address of the KSU LAN port (10.10.10.2). IPECS
eMG80 Web Admin login screen appears.
2. Enter the default User ID (admin) and Password (1234) then click [Login].
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3. Click [Select files] button and then open the pop-up folder. Select the desired file to
upload to the system’s memory and click the [Start] button. The file is sent to the
system’s memory, saved and automatically loaded upon a system reset or restart.
4. During initialization, the system employs the Nation Code to establish the default gains
and tones for the various interfaces (analog CO Lines, ISDN lines, etc.), as well as the
numbering plans for the specific country. The gains, in particular must be set to comply
with the local regulatory requirements.
Normally, the Nation Code will be set at the factory, however assure the Nation code
matches the system location. If not, turn SW 1 Pole 2 of KSU to ON, change the Nation
Code and save the page. If the code is changed, after saving the page the system will
initialize automatically to properly set the gains, tones and numbering plan for the
selected country. In addition, all other data will be initialized so, the Nation Code should
be properly set prior to other programming.
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5. You can set System time and date in this page.
6. You want to change the current station number to New station number. In this page, you
can change the station number.
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7. The Flexible Numbering Plan defines the various digit strings (codes) users may dial to
access system resources (outside lines, page zones, etc.) and features. In the wizard,
codes for features that commonly may require modification are displayed.
8. CO Ring Assignment establishes how the system will route incoming calls. The wizard
assignments cover all CO/IP Lines in the system and the Ring assignments for Day,
Night and Timed Ring modes can be established.
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9. Before License upload, make sure that the date of system is set correctly. Click [Select
file] button and then open the pop-up folder. Select a valid license file to upload to the
eMG system and click the [Start] button. If the file which is sent to the system is “System
License File”, it will be saved and automatically applied without restart. The enabled
features by uploading license file can be shown in “System Overview” page.
10. The Wizard includes a password entry page. It is strongly recommended that a
unique User ID and strong password be entered to minimize the risk of admin and
maintenance access by unauthorized personnel.
In order to finish the final step, you should register at least a maintenance ID. If not so,
the Wizard can’t go on to the next. Also, Keyset admin password can be registered in
this page.
NOTE
The new information will be in effect immediately upon saving the information. When a
new Admin User ID and Password are saved, the Web login screen appears. A new
Admin session will be required using the new login credentials.
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11. The IP Information page establishes the IP address scheme. DHCP can be enabled or
static addressing can be configured. When the system is behind a firewall, the Firewall
address must be entered allowing proper operation with remote users, devise and SIP
trunks. A DNS (Directory Name Server) for Domain Name resolution should also be
entered on this page. Note that changing any IP address in the system requires a system
reset; the reset does not initialize data.
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9. MAINTENANCE & TROUBLESHOOTING
9.1 General Maintenance
The eMG80 is a highly reliable communications system and requires no specific general
maintenance.
9.2 PSU Fuse Replacement
The PSU is located at the left in the KSU and is pre-installed in iPECS eMG80 KSU. The PSU
provides three DC voltage power sources to MBU through the 7-pin connector, CN7. The
fuse, which is a rated as 2A @ 250 Volts is located on the lower left of the PSU board.
To replace the fuse, refer to the figure below and perform the following steps,
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Turn OFF the power to the KSU and the EKSU and extract the Power cord Plug.
Remove the KSU cover, refer to section 4.3.
Remove the 3 screws holding the PSU cover and one screw inside in place.
Lift and remove the PSU cover.
Remove the fuse from the fuse clips.
Install the replacement fuse. The replacement fuse must be of the same size and
rating as the original, 5mm by 20 mm rated at 2A @ 250 Volts.
7. Replace the PSU cover, insert and tighten the four screws.
Figure 9.2-1 PSU Fuse Replacement
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9.3 Troubleshooting
Table 9.3-1 eMG80 Troubleshooting Chart
Problem
System power
failure
Cause/Symptom
Solution
Power short circuit in some
board(s)
LD1-3 LEDs on the MBU are All
ON or All OFF
Power short circuit in some
board(s)
Bad board connection
System does
not operate
System database not working
Bad extension circuit
DKTU does not
operate
Bad connection between the
MBU/EMBU/Option boards and
DKT
Distance of DKT and System
Bad DKT
Bad MBU/EMBU/ Option boards
SLT does not
operate
CO line
operation failure
Expansion KSU
does not
operate
Noise on
External MOH
and Paging port
Bad connection between the
MBU/EMBU/ Option boards and
SLT
CID and CPT detection fail
Bad connection
Power ON sequence
Expansion cable connection
Induced noise on the wire between
the System and the amplifier
Excessive input level from the
external music source
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Exchange the malfunctioning board for one in
good working condition.
Dust each board with a dry cloth.
Check the PSU fuse.
Replace the PSU with an identical one.
Check the connection of each board with the
MBU.
Check the System Clock.
Check for a short circuit on the MBU or other
boards.
Press the Reset button when the DIP switch
(SW1 for database protection) is in the default
position.
Exchange the malfunctioning board for one in
good working condition.
Check the connection between the SLT line
and DKT on MDF, and fix any mismatching.
Repair any broken connection between the
System and DKT.
Check the distance between the MBU/EMBU/
Option boards and the DKT.
Plug the DKT into another extension port that
has been verified as working. If the DKT still
does not work properly, replace the DKT.
Exchange the board for one in good working
condition.
Check that the board connection between the
lines of the SLT and DKT on the MDF, and fix
any mismatching.
Check the U8 (Voice processing and Tone
detection device).
Check all connections.
Turn on the KSU after turning on the
Expansion KSU. Then press the Reset button
Check the Expansion cable to verify the
connection and its working condition.
Make sure a shielded cable is in use as the
connection wire between the system and the
amplifier.
Decrease the output level of the external
music source by using the volume control on
the music source.
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10. OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE NOTICE
Open Source Software used in this product are listed as below.
You can obtain a copy of the Open Source Software License from Ericsson-LG Enterprise
Web site, http://www.ericssonlg-enterprise.com. Ericsson-LG Enterprise reserves the right to
make changes at any time without notice.
Opensource SW
Opensource SW License
u-boot
GNU General Public License (GPLv2)
linux kernel
GNU General Public License (GPLv2)
busybox
GNU General Public License (GPLv2)
openldap
OpenLDAP Public License. BSD style
OpenSSL License and the original SSLeay license
(BSD-style Open Source licenses)
openssl
Ericsson-LG Enterprise offers to provide you with open source code on CD-ROM for a
charge covering the cost of performing such distribution, such as the cost of media, shipping
and handling upon e-mail request to Ericsson-LG Enterprise at opensource@ericssonlg.com
This offer is valid for a period of three(3) years from the date of the distribution of this product
by Ericsson-LG Enterprise.
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