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IP LDK-20 Installation Manual
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INSTALLATION MANUAL
IP LDK-20 Installation Manual
REVISION HISTORY
ISSUE
DATE
ISSUE 1.0
ISSUE 1.1
2005.3
2005.5
CONTENTS OF CHANGES
Initial Release
Add Expansion Modules and VMIBE/AAFBE
REMARK
IP LDK-20 Installation Manual
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ....................................................... 1
Safety requirements .................................................................................................................... 1
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PRECAUTION................................................................................................. 2
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THE STRUCTURE OF MANUAL ................................................................... 3
SECTION 1. INTRODUCTION................................................................................ 4
1.1 The IP LDK-20 System highlights......................................................................................... 4
1.2 System Connection Diagram ............................................................................................... 4
1.3 System Components............................................................................................................ 5
1.4 Specifications ....................................................................................................................... 6
1.4.1 General specifications.............................................................................................................. 6
1.4.2 System Capacity ...................................................................................................................... 7
SECTION 2. KSU INSTALLATION ......................................................................... 8
2.1 Pre-Installation...................................................................................................................... 8
2.1.1 Safety installation instructions ................................................................................................. 8
2.1.2 Installation precautions ............................................................................................................ 8
2.1.3 Wiring precautions ................................................................................................................... 8
2.2 KSU Installation .................................................................................................................... 9
2.2.1 Unpacking ................................................................................................................................ 9
2.2.2 KSU exterior and dimension ................................................................................................... 10
2.2.3 KSU with expansion module exterior and dimension............................................................. 11
2.2.4 Opening and closing the front cover...................................................................................... 12
2.2.5 Frame ground connection...................................................................................................... 14
2.2.6 Power Supply Unit (PSU) installation .................................................................................... 15
2.2.7 External backup batteries installation .................................................................................... 16
2.2.8 KSU mounting ........................................................................................................................ 17
SECTION 3. BOARD INSTALLATION.................................................................. 20
3.1 Installation of the Boards.................................................................................................... 20
3.2 MBUB (Main Board Unit) ................................................................................................... 21
3.2.1 Modular Jack(MJ1~MJ3) Pin Assignment............................................................................. 23
3.3 Installation of the CO Line Board....................................................................................... 29
3.3.1 LCOB (CID Loop Start CO line Interface Board)................................................................... 29
3.3.2 STIB (Basic Rate Interface Board: Selectable S/T interface) ............................................... 32
3.3.3 CBIB (CID Loop Start CO line + Basic Rate Interface Board) .............................................. 36
3.4 Installation of the Extension Board .................................................................................... 39
3.4.1
3.4.2
3.4.3
3.4.4
DTIB4 (Digital Terminal Interface Board) .............................................................................. 39
DTIB8 (Digital Terminal Interface Board) .............................................................................. 40
SLIB4 (Single Line Interface Board) ...................................................................................... 41
SLIB8 (Single Line Interface Board) ...................................................................................... 42
3.5 Other Board Installations.................................................................................................... 43
3.5.1
3.5.2
3.5.3
3.5.4
VMIBE (Voice Mail Interface Board Enhanced) .................................................................... 43
AAFBE(Auto Attendant Function Board Enhanced) ............................................................. 44
LANU (LAN interface Unit)..................................................................................................... 45
MODU (MODEM function Unit) ............................................................................................. 46
SECTION 4. EXPANSION MODULE INSTALLATION.......................................... 47
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4.1 Unpacking............................................................................................................................ 47
4.2 Opening and closing the front cover................................................................................... 48
4.2.1 Opening the front cover .......................................................................................................... 48
4.2.2 Closing the front cover ............................................................................................................ 49
4.3 Opening and closing the front cover................................................................................... 50
4.3.1 Connecting Expansion Module to KSU .................................................................................. 50
4.3.2 Wall mounting ......................................................................................................................... 51
4.3.3 Rack Mounting ........................................................................................................................ 52
4.4 External backup batteries connection................................................................................. 54
4.5 VOIM (Voice over Internet Protocol Interface Module) installation.................................... 55
Various switches and connectors functions .................................................................................... 56
4.5.1 Pin assignment........................................................................................................................ 57
4.5.2 VOIU(Voice over Internet Protocol Interface Unit) ................................................................. 58
4.6 SLIM(SLT Interface Module) Installation ............................................................................ 59
4.6.1 Pin assignment........................................................................................................................ 59
4.7 DTIM(DKT Interface Module).............................................................................................. 60
4.7.1 Pin assignment........................................................................................................................ 60
SECTION 5. TERMINAL CONNECTION.............................................................. 61
5.1 Terminal Models................................................................................................................. 61
5.2 Terminal Cabling Distance................................................................................................. 62
5.3 Keyset Connection ............................................................................................................. 63
5.3.1 Digital Keyset ......................................................................................................................... 63
5.3.2 SLT......................................................................................................................................... 63
5.4 Connecting Additional Terminals ....................................................................................... 64
5.4.1
5.4.2
5.4.3
5.4.4
External Music Source wiring ................................................................................................ 64
Relay Contacts....................................................................................................................... 64
External Paging wiring ........................................................................................................... 64
Alarm Detection wiring ........................................................................................................... 64
SECTION 6. STARTING THE IPLDK-20 SYSTEM .............................................. 65
6.1 Before Starting the IP LDK-20 System.............................................................................. 65
6.2 Basic Preprogramming....................................................................................................... 65
6.2.1 DKTU (Station 10) programming ........................................................................................... 65
6.2.2 Entering programming mode ................................................................................................. 67
6.2.3 Pre-programming ................................................................................................................... 68
SECTION 7. TROUBLESHOOTING ...................................................................... 76
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Introduction
Important Safety Instructions
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. Just a damp cloth should be used for cleaning; do not
use liquid or aerosol cleaners.
• Do not use this product near water, such as in a bathtub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub, in a wet
basement, or near a swimming pool.
• Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, or table. The product may fall, causing serious damage to
the product or personal 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, rug, 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 home, 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 or electric shock. 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:
- 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.
- If the product has been dropped or the KSU has been damaged.
- If the product exhibits a distinct change in performance.
• Avoid using a telephone during an electrical storm. There may be a remote risk of electric shock from lightning.
• In the event of a gas leak, do not use the telephone near the leak.
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Precaution
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Keep the system away from heating appliances and electrical noise generating devices such as fluorescent
lamps, motors and televisions. These noise sources can interfere with the performance of the IP LDK-20
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 trouble
has been repaired by an authorized LG service center.
Do not use benzene, paint thinner, or any abrasive powder to clean the KSU. Wipe it with a soft cloth.
CAUTION
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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 energy hazard, do not expose this product to rain or any type of
moisture.
To protect PCB from static electricity, discharge body static before touching connectors and/or components
by touching ground or wearing a ground strap.
WARNING
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by
the manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
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The Structure of Manual
This installation manual is designed to provide as general information for the IP LDK-20 System. It provides
instructions for installing the hardware, and programming the IP LDK-20 System using keyset. This manual contains
the following sections:
Section 1. Introduction
Provides general information on the IP LDK-20 System, including the system specifications and capacity.
Section 2. KSU Installation
Describes detailed instructions for planning the installation site and procedures to install the IP LDK-20 System.
Section 3. Board Installation
Describes general information and detailed instructions for installing boards and add-on boards.
Section 4. Expansion Module Installation
Describes the kinds of terminals, maximum distance, and the other device connections for the terminal.
Section 5. Terminal Connection
Describes the kinds of terminals, maximum distance, and the other device connections for the terminal.
Section 6. Starting the IP LDK-20 System
Provides general information for starting the system and basic preprogramming.
Section 7. Troubleshooting
Provides information on the IP LDK-20 System and troubleshooting.
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Introduction
SECTION 1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 The IP LDK-20 System highlights
Features of the IP LDK-20 System include:
• Flexible architecture
• Optional LAN Interface
• Stable & enhanced voice features
• Simple installation & efficient system management
- Remote admin through BRI connection
- Remote admin through PSTN modem
- Remote admin through LAN connection
• Value-added features
- Distinctive voice mail
- CID (CO & SLT)
- VOIP Service
1.2 System Connection Diagram
Figure 1.2 IP LDK System Connection Diagram
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1.3 System Components
ITEM
OPTION BOARD
Key Service Unit
Power Supply Unit, 90W
KSU
PSU
Main
Board
MBUB
CO boards
EXT boards
LCOB
PRU4
PRCPTU4
CPCU4
CO Line
Boards
CBIB
PRU2
PRCPTU2
CPCU2
STIB
Extension
Boards
Expansion
Modules
VMIBE
AAFBE
LANU
MODU
VOIM
VOIU
SLIM
DTIM
Main Board Unit (2BRI, 4DKT, 2DKT/SLT, and 2SLT)
Central Office Line interface boards (LCOB, STIB,CBIB)
Extension boards (DTIB, SLIB)
Loop Start CO Interface, 4 lines
Polarity Reversal detection Unit
Polarity Reversal & Call Progress Tone detection Unit
Caller-ID(FSK), Polarity Reversal & Call Progress Tone
detection Unit
Loop Start CO Interface, 2 lines
Basic Rate(Only T) Interface Board, 1 line (2 channels)
Polarity Reversal detection Unit
Polarity Reversal & Call Progress Tone detection Unit
Caller-ID(FSK), Polarity Reversal & Call Progress Tone
detection Unit
ISDN Basic Rate (S/T) Interface Board, 2 lines (4channels)
Digital Terminal Interface Board, 4 ports
Digital Terminal Interface Board, 8 ports
SLT Interface (+36V Feed) Board, 4ports
SLT Interface (+36V Feed) Board, 8ports
DTIB4
DTIB8
SLIB4
SLIB8
Other
Boards
DESCRIPTION
Enhanced Voice Mail Interface Board, 4 channels
Enhanced Auto Attendant Function Board, 3 channels
LAN interface Unit (10Mbase-T only)
MODEM unit (33Kbps)
Voice over Internet protocol interface module (4 channels)
Voice over Internet protocol interface unit.(4 channels)
SLT Interface (+36V Feed) module, 8ports
Digital Terminal Interface module, 8 ports
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1.4 Specifications
1.4.1 General specifications
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
SPECIFICATION
PSU
AC Voltage Input
AC Power
AC Input Fuse
DC Output Voltage
230 +/-10% Volt AC @47-63Hz
90W
1.25A @ 250Volt AC
+5, -5, +30Volt DC
AC Adaptor
AC Voltage Input
AC Input Fuse
DC Output Voltage
230 +/-10% Volt AC @47-63Hz
1A @ 250Volt AC
48Volt DC
Battery Backup
Input Voltage
Battery Fuse
Charging Current
Battery Load Current
24 Volt DC
5.0A @ 250Volt AC
Max. 100mA
Max. 3A (with Analog CO or ISDN CO)
External Relay Contact
1A @ 30 Volt DC
Music Source Input
0 dBm @ 600ohm
External Paging Port
0 dBm @ 600ohm
Ring Detect Sensitivity
30Vrms @ 16-55Hz
DTMF Dialing
Frequency Deviation
Signal Rise Time
Tone Duration, on time
Inter-digit Time
Less than +/-1.8%
Max.5ms
Min.50ms
Min.30ms
Pulse Dialing
Pulse Rate
Break/Make Ratio
10 PPS
60/40% or 66/33%
Operating
Temperature
0(℃)-40(℃)
Environment
Humidity
0-80%(non condensing)
Dimension
Weight
KSU
260mm(W)*410mm(H)*86mm(D)
Expansion Module
260mm(W)*145mm(H)*86mm(D)
KSU
2.5Kg
Expansion Module
DTIM/SLIM: 1.16Kg, VOIM: 0.58Kg
LANU
LAN Interface
Speed
Duplex
10 Base -T Ethernet (IEEE 802.3)
10 Mbps
Half duplex or Full duplex (Auto-Negotiation)
MODU
Analog modem
Bell, ITU-T, V.34, V.32BIS, V.90
300bps up to 33Kbps speed rate
Automatic rate negotiation
VOIM
LAN Interface
Speed
Duplex
VOIP Protocol
Voice Compression
Voice/Fax Switching
Echo cancellation
10 / 100 Base-T Ethernet (IEEE 802.3)
10 Mbps or 100 Mbps (Auto-Negotiation)
Half Duplex or Full Duplex (Auto-Negotiation)
H.323 Revision 2
G.711/G.726/G729/G.723.1
T.38
G.165
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1.4.2 System Capacity
DESCRIPTION
CAPACITY/BOARD
Time Slots
CO Line Ports
Max direct Station connections
4/MBUB(BRI)
4/LCOB or 4/STIB
8/VOIM
8/MBUB
8/DTIB or 8/SLIB
8/DTIM, 8 SLIM, or 8/VOIM
TOTAL
96
Max. 16
(Analog CO, ISDN BRI and/or IP trunk)
Max. 24
Max LAN port
1/LANU
1
Max MODEM Channel
Attendant Positions
Intercom Links
Paging
- All Call
- Internal
Station Speed Dial
System Speed Dial
Last Number Redial
CO Line Group
Station Group
Conference
Music Source Input
External Paging
External Control Contact
Alarm Input
RS-232C Port
DTMF Receiver
Auto Fax detection
1/MODU
1
5/System
Non-blocking
100/station, 24 digits each
24 digits each
10
8
10
3-Party
1/MBUB
1/MBUB
2/MBUB
1/MBUB
1/MBUB
3/MBUB, 2/SLIB, 2/SLIM
1/MBUB
7
1 zone
5 zones
500
500
32 digits
8
10
no limit
1
1
2
1
1
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SECTION 2. KSU INSTALLATION
2.1 Pre-Installation
Please read the following guidelines concerning installation and connection before installing the IP LDK-20 System.
Be sure also to comply with applicable local regulations.
2.1.1 Safety installation instructions
When installing the telephone wiring, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire,
electric shock and personal injury, including the following:
• 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 uninsulated 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.
2.1.2 Installation precautions
The IP LDK-20 System is designed for wall mounting or a free-standing rack. Avoid installing in the following places.
• In direct sunlight and hot, cold, or humid places. Temperature range : 0 to 40℃
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Places where shocks or vibrations are frequent or strong.
Dusty places, or places where water or oil may come into contact with the system.
Near high-frequency 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 area around the IP LDK-20 System (for reasons of maintenance and inspection)
Do not block the openings on the top of the IP LDK-20 System.
Do not stack up the optional service boards.
2.1.3 Wiring precautions
Be sure to follow these precautions when wiring.
• Do not wire the telephone cable in parallel with an AC power source, such as a computer, fax machine, etc. If the
cables are run near those 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. Avoid wiring under
carpets.
• Avoid using the same power supply outlet for computers, fax machines, and other office equipment to avoid
induction noise interruption when using the IP LDK-20 near other machines.
• The power and battery switches of the IP LDK-20 System must be OFF during wiring. After the wiring is
completed, the power switch may be turned ON.
• Incorrect wiring may cause the IP LDK-20 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 power of the IP LDK-20 System OFF and ON again.
• Use twisted pair cable for CO line connection.
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2.2 KSU Installation
2.2.1 Unpacking
Open the box and verify the items shown in Figure 2.2.1 are included:
Key service unit
Mounting template
Power cord
Tie cable
Manual
Battery cable
Anchor plug
Figure 2.2.1 Unpacking
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2.2.2 KSU exterior and dimension
Figure 2.2.2 shows the exterior and dimensions of the KSU:
Figure 2.2.2 KSU exterior and dimension
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2.2.3 KSU with expansion module exterior and dimension
Figure 2.2.3 shows the exterior and dimensions of the KSU:
Figure 2.2.3 KSU with expansion module exterior and dimension
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2.2.4 Opening and closing the front cover
2.2.4.1 Opening the front cover
1. Turn the screw counter-clockwise to loosen as shown in Figure 2.2.4.1.
2. Lift the front cover in the direction of the arrow as shown:
Figure 2.2.4.1 Opening the front cover
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2.2.4.2 Closing the front cover
Insert the front cover into the slot on the KSU as show in Figure 2.2.4.2.
Then put the front cover down on the KSU in the direction of the arrow, as shown.
Turn the screws clockwise to tighten, as in the Figure.
Figure 2.2.4.2 Closing the front cover
※ NOTE
For safety reasons, close the front cover and tighten the screws prior to operating the IP LDK-20 System.
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2.2.5 Frame ground connection
It is very important the frame of the IP LDK-20 system is grounded:
1. Turn the screw counter-clockwise to loosen. Then insert the grounding wire.
2. Tighten the screw. Then connect the grounding wire to ground source as shown in Figure 2.2.5.
Figure 2.2.5 Grounding the KSU
CAUTION
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The equipment should be connected to a socket-outlet with a protective ground connection.
For ground wire, green-and-yellow insulation is required, and the cross-sectional area of the conductor must
be more than UL 1015 AWG# 18 (1.0mm). It is recommended that the ground wire be shorter than 1 meter
(3.28 feet).
Proper grounding is very important to protect the IP LDK-20 system from external noise or to reduce the risk
of electrocution in the event of lightning strike.
Be sure to comply with applicable local regulations.
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2.2.6 Power Supply Unit (PSU) installation
Before installation, make sure that the KSU not plugged into an outlet. The PSU is located at the left-most area of the
KSU, and is capable of providing three kinds of power sources to MBUB through the 7PIN connector, CN19 (refer to
the following table).
The AC Input Voltage and Fuse Rating
RANGE OF INPUT VOLTAGE
CONNECT TO
FUSE RATINGS
207V AC - 253V AC
CN19 on the MBUB
1.25A @250V
PSU TYPE
+5V DC
-5V DC
+30V DC
PSU (SMPS)
3.0A
100mA
1.9A
PSU Capacity
1. To secure the wire of PSU as shown in Figure 2.2.6a, tie the wire with the cable tie provided.
Figure 2.2.6a PSU Installation
2. Place the PSU cover on the PSU as shown in Figure 2.2.6b. Then turn the screws clockwise to tighten, and secure.
Figure 2.2.6b PSU Installation
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2.2.7 External backup batteries installation
In case of power failure, the external backup batteries automatically maintain uninterrupted power for the IP LDK-20
system. The external batteries must provide 24 Volts DC. This is generally accomplished by connecting two 12 Volt
batteries in a series arrangement.
Figure 2.2.7 External Back Up Battery Installation
※ Note : The cable for connecting the battery is supplied with the KSU.
Operation of the batteries is controlled by the MBUB. This IP LDK-20 MBUB will provide charging current to the
batteries during normal AC power operation at a maximum of about 100mA. During battery operation, the battery
operation of MBUB will be stopped if the AC power re-applied or the battery voltage is too low to maintain full-system
operation.
The external batteries can maintain system operation as needed depending on several elements such as, battery
charge status, condition and capacity of the batteries, and system configuration (number of station ports).
CAUTION
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It is recommended to use a fuse (5A @250V) between battery and system.
Recommended battery capacity is 24V/10AH MF battery; the IP LDK-20 system should 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.
Make sure that you do not short-out the external backup batteries or cables.
There is a danger of explosion if external backup batteries are incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the
same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries according to the
manufacturer’s instructions.
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2.2.8 KSU mounting
2.2.8.1 Wall mounting
1. Install 3 anchor plugs in the wall using the mounting template included for accurate placement (Figure 2.2.8.1a).
2. Attach the mounting template with the included 3 screws.
3. Hook the KSU onto the screws, making sure that the system slides down securely (Figure 2.2.8.1b).
Figure 2.2.8.1a Mounting Template
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Figure 2.2.8.1b KSU Wall Mounting
※ Note : Be careful not to drop the KSU.
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2.2.8.2 Rack mounting
1. Attach the rack bracket to the bottom of the IP LDK-20 system as shown in Figure 2.2.8.2a, and attach it to the
system securely by tightening the screws clockwise.
Figure 2.2.8.2a Rack Bracket
2. To attach the IP LDK-20 system to the rack, affix the bracket with the 4 screws provided (Figure 2.2.8.2b).
Figure 2.2.8.2b KSU Rack Mounting
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SECTION 3. BOARD INSTALLATION
3.1 Installation of the Boards
Prior to Board Installation, the following should be considered:
CAUTION
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Power must be turned OFF.
To protect the system from static electricity, do not touch the boards. To discharge static, touch a grounded
object, or wear a grounding strap.
Insert boards carefully to avoid bending connector pins (male pins on MBUB).
To install the board, perform the following Steps:
1. Before inserting the board, remove the dummy, shown #1 in Figure 3.1.
2. Holding the board as shown in #2 of the diagram, insert the board in the direction of the arrow carefully so that the
board securely engages with the connector on the main board (#3).
Figure 3.1 Board Installation
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3.2 MBUB (Main Board Unit)
Description
The MBUB 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 MBUB (Figure 3.2a) incorporates the main control of the system, and is composed of the main microprocessor
(RAM and ROM), the PCM management (the CO/Extension interface circuits), and miscellaneous functional circuits.
Figure 3.2a MBUB
Figure 3.2a shows the MBUB, which provides Basic Rate Interface (BRI) circuits, Digital keyset and SLT interface
circuits, DTMF receivers, phase locked loop circuit (for 32Mhz clock synchronization), Ring Generation Unit, two
external relay contacts, one alarm detection circuit, one external PAGE port, internal/external MOH circuit, the
peripheral device decoding circuit, the master clock generation circuit, the RS-232C interface circuit, the system
battery backup circuit, as well as the system’s PCM voice processing circuit that has a flash memory for PCM tone
generation and PCM Gain control.
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Figure 3.2b Connection
The MBUB is installed in the KSU and provides various kinds of connectors and RJ45 modular jacks for the
connection of peripheral boards and miscellaneous functions (refer to the following Table).
Connector/Modular Jack/Switch Functions
SWITCH/CONNECTOR
CN5
CN6
CN7 & CN8
CN9
CN11
CN16
CN18
CN19
CN20
CN22
MJ1
MJ2
MJ3
MJ4
PJ1 (Red)
SW1
SW2
SW3
SW4
FUNCTIONS
CO board (LCOB, STIB, CBIB) installation
Extension board (DTIB, SLIB) installation
MODU installation
VMIBE/AAFBE installation
LANU installation
JTAG Port for emulator
System Backup Battery connection
PSU connection (+5V, -5V, +30V)
External GND Terminal
RS-232C interface
2 ISDN BRIs connection (Selectable S/T)
4DKTs
2DKT/SLTs connection and 2SLTs connection
External Relays, External Paging, and Alarm Sensor
External MOH connection
Lithium Battery ON/OFF switch for Memory and RTC
System reset button
4 poles DIP switch for software usage
1 pole DIP switch for JTAG reset
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Database back-up
Reserved
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3.2.1 Modular Jack(MJ1~MJ3) Pin Assignment
3.2.1.1 MBUB MJ1(CO)
T Mode
CONNECTOR
PIN NUMBER
RJ45
R
ON
OFF
1 2 3 4
SW5
RJ45 type jack
CN2
1,2,7,8
3
4
5
6
TX+
RX+
RXTX-
FUNCTION
Reserved
R
3
TX+
RX+
3
6
TX-
RX-
6
4
RX+
TX+
4
5
RX-
TX
5
ON
OFF
S
SIGNAL NAME
Transmit Data
Receive Data
Receive Data
Transmit Data
NT1(NT B
- OX)
BRI Port1
T Interface
T
NO
From/to PX
Max. 1000 meters
1 2
SW7
OFF : T mode
NT1(NT BOX)
BRI Port2
Only T interface
R
R
3
TX+
RX+
3
6
TX-
RX-
6
4
RX+
TX+
4
5
RX-
TX
5
From/to PX
RJ45 type jack
ON
OFF
Max. 1000 meters
1 2
SW6
ON : Termination
Figure 3.2.1.1a T Mode(Basic BRI Line Connector and Terminating Resistors)
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S Mode
CONNECTOR
PIN NUMBER
NO
SIGNAL NAME
1,2,7,8
3
4
5
6
RJ45
FUNCTION
Reserved
RX+
TX+
TXRX-
Receive Data
Transmit Data
Transmit Data
Receive Data
ISDN terminal
TE1(or TA)
BRI Port1 Only
S interface
R
ON
1 2 3 4
SW5
RJ45 type jack
T
R
3
RX+
TX+
3
6
RX-
TX-
6
4
TX+
RX+
4
5
TX-
RX-
5
ON
S
CN21
Max. 1000 meters
1 2
SW7
ON : S mode
Figure 3.2.1.1b S Mode(Basic BRI Line Connector and Terminating Resistors)
SW5 and SW6 : 1,2 Pin Setting(The Default = All On Position)
TERMINATING RESISTORS
SWITCH
PIN1, 2 ON
PIN1, 2 OFF
LINE NO
RJ45 TYPE JACK
Line 1
MJ1
SW5
Termination
Open
Line 2
MJ1
SW6
Termination
Open
T or S Switch Setting of Basic BRI
LINE
NO
SWITCH AND CONNECTOR
MODE
SW5
PIN 3, 4
SW7
S
ON
ON
CN21
REMARK
T
S
Line 1
T
T
OFF
OFF
Default
S
Line 2
T Only
※ NOTE
-
SW5(PIN3, 4) : -40V POWER FEEDING. P
SW7: THE MODE CHANGE OF THE BRI TRANSCEIVER.
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CN21: SET FOUR 2PIN JUMPERS AS SHOWN IN THE ABOVE TABLE ACCORDING TO EACH MODE.
3.2.1.2 MBUB MJ2 & MJ3(Extension)
MBUB MJ2 (EXTENSION)
CONNECTOR
PIN NUMBER
RJ45
NO
SIGNAL NAME
1,2,3
Reserved
4,5
DKT-R, DKT-T
6,7,8
Reserved
NO
SIGNAL NAME
1,2
DKT-R, DKT-T
3
Reserved
4,5
SLT-R, SLT-T
6,7,8
Reserved
MBUB MJ3-1, 2 (EXTENSION)
CONNECTOR
PIN NUMBER
RJ45
CAUTION
When installing DKT or SLT on Hybrid Ports (MJ3-1,2), keep the above pin assignment. Otherwise, the DKT or
SLT will not operate normally.
MBUB MJ3-3, 4 (EXTENSION)
CONNECTOR
PIN NUMBER
RJ45
NO
SIGNAL NAME
1,2,3
Reserved
4,5
SLT-R, SLT-T
6,7,8
Reserved
TERMINAL DKT
CONNECTOR
PIN NUMBER
RJ11
NO
SIGNAL NAME
1-2
RESERVED
3
TIP
4
RING
5-6
RESERVED
NO
SIGNAL NAME
1-2
RESERVED
3
TIP
4
RING
TERMINAL SLT
CONNECTOR
PIN NUMBER
RJ11
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RESERVED
3.2.1.3 MJ4 Pin Assignment
MBUB
CONNECTOR
PIN NUMBER
RJ45
NO
SIGNAL NAME
1,2
Relay1-R, Relay1-T
3,4
Relay2-R, Relay2-T
5,6
EXT_PAGE-R, EXT_PAGE-T
7,8
Alarm-R, Alarm-T
3.2.1.4 SW3 Functions and LED Indications
SWITCH
3-1
3-2
3-3
3-4
FUNCTION
Administration Programming Access
Command/Event Trace (The purpose of testing software)
SMDI (Simplified Message Desk Control –Voice Mail )
Database default on power up
OFF
ON(DEFAULT)
Disable
Enable
SMDI ON
Disable
Enable
Disable
SMDI OFF
Enable
Before programming the system, switch 3-4 should be placed in the ON position and power cycled-OFF and –ON to
initialize the system database to default. Once the database has been initialized, switch 3-4 should be placed in the
OFF position to protect the database.
After putting the lithium battery switch (SW1) into ON to protect RAM/RTC data, install the option boards to the MBUB.
CAUTION
•
•
The DIP switch, SW1 should be turned ON to protect system data in case of a power failure.
The system will not function properly if the battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or
equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturer
instructions.
The 4th pole (switch 4) of SW3 should be OFF to protect the features being programmed in Admin
programming after the system power up and initialization.
•
LED INDICATIONS
LED
LD1 (RED)
LD2 (RED)
LD3 (RED)
LD4 (RED)
LD5 (GREEN)
LD6 (RED)
LD8
Periodic toggle – ON: 2 sec., OFF: 100m sec.
Periodic toggle – ON: 2 sec., OFF: 100m sec.
Timer, Flashing every 100msec
LCD active updating, Flashing every 300msec
The status of PLL for 32Mhz clock synchronization (ON : ACT, OFF : INACT)
The status of Main SYSTEM Power
STATUS
LED
LD7
MEANING
ON
RED
ERROR
GREEN
IN-USE
RED
ERROR
LINE NO.
REMARK
IDLE
1
BRI
IDLE
2
BRI
OFF
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3.2.1.5 CN22 Pin assignment
MBUB
CONNECTOR
PIN NUMBER
RS-232C
NO
SIGNAL NAME
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
TD
RD
DSR
SG
DTR
CTS
RTS
NO
SIGNAL NAME
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
RD
TD
DTR
SG
DSR
RTS
CTS
FUNCTION
RESERVED
Transmitted Data
Received Data
Not used
Signal Ground
Not used
Not used
Not used
RESERVED
PC
CONNECTOR
RS-232C
PIN NUMBER
※ NOTE : The MBUB does not support hardware flow control.
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FUNCTION
RESERVED
Received Data
Transmitted Data
Not used
Signal Ground
Not used
Not used
Not used
RESERVED
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3.3 Installation of the CO Line Board
BOARD
PORT
CONNECTOR
TYPE
LCOB
2 ports
(4 LCO)
RJ45
Loop Start CO Line Interface
2 wire
STIB
2 ports
(2 BRI)
RJ45
ISDN Basic Rate Interface (2B+D)
4 wire
Switched
T or S
CBIB
2 ports
( 1 BRI+2 LCO)
RJ45
ISDN Basic Rate Interface (2B+D)
+ Loop Start CO Line Interface
4 wire (Port 1)
2 wire (Port 2)
T mode
only.
DESCRIPTION
CABLE
REMARK
3.3.1 LCOB (CID Loop Start CO line Interface Board)
Description
The LCOB can be installed on the LCOB/STIB/CBIB connector, and provides 4 CO/PBX Loop Start CO Line
interfaces that support Pulse/DTMF signaling. Each Interface contains ring and loop current detection circuits, A/D
and D/A conversions, and pulse signaling circuitry.
LCOB can be optionally equipped with add-on boards: CPCU4 (FSK CID, Polarity Reversal & Call Progress Tone
detection Unit 4) to detect FSK signal for the incoming Caller-ID, polarity reversal and call progress tone; PRCPTU4
(Polarity Reversal & Call Progress Tone detection Unit 4) to monitor polarity reversal and call progress tone; or PRU4
(Polarity Reversal detection Unit 4) to monitor polarity reversal.
PRU4
PRCPTU4
CPCU4
Figure 3.3.1 LCOB
※ NOTE
The PRU4, PRCPTU4 and CPCU4 can not be mounted on the LCOB at the same time. Select the
appropriate board for your application to install and use.
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3.3.1.1 Pin Assignment
LCOB
CONNECTOR
PIN NUMBER
RJ45
NO
SIGNAL NAME
1,2
CO-R, CO-T
3
Reserved
4,5
CO-R, CO-T
6,7,8
Reserved
CONNECTOR FUNCTIONS
CONNECTOR
CN2 and CN3
CN1, CN2 and CN3
MJ1
FUNCTION
REMARK
PRCPTU4 or PRU4 connection
CPCU4 connection
2 ports RJ45 type CO line connection.
3.3.1.2 Add-On Boards
PRU4 (Polarity Reversal detection Unit)
Description
The PRU4 can be optionally mounted on LCOB, and provides Polarity Reversal detection for call metering.
Figure 3.3.1.2a PRU4
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PRCPTU4 (PR and CPT detection Unit)
Description
The PRCPTU4 can be optionally mounted on LCOB, and provides four polarity reversal detection for call metering,
four call progress tone detection to support ACNR feature (Automatic Called Number Redial).
Figure 3.3.1.2b PRCPTU4
CPCU4 (FSK CID, PR and CPT detection Unit)
Description
The CPCU4 can be optionally mounted on LCOB, and provides 4 Polarity Reversal detection for call metering, 4 call
progress tone detection to support the ACNR feature (Auto Called Number Redial) and four FSK CID signal detection.
Figure 3.3.1.2c CPCU4
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3.3.2 STIB (Basic Rate Interface Board: Selectable S/T interface)
Description
STIB should be installed on the LCOB/STIB/CBIB connector, and supports T-interface or S-interface. The 1st BRI port
can be operated to T-mode and S-mode and the 2nd port can only be set to T-mode.
Figure 3.3.2 STIB
S/T Interface selection on BRI1 (Port 1): Default = T Interface
- SW2 : Default = all OFF position
- SW4 : Default = 1, 2 pins ON position and 3, 4 pins OFF position
BRI2(Port 2): Default = T Interface only.
- SW1: Default = ON position
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3.3.2.1 Pin assignment
T MODE
CONNECTOR
PIN NUMBER
RJ45
R
ON
OFF
1 2 3 4
SW4
RJ45 type jack
CN1
1,2,7,8
3
4
5
6
TX+
RX+
RXTX-
FUNCTION
Reserved
R
3
TX+
RX+
3
6
TX-
RX-
6
4
RX+
TX+
4
5
RX-
TX
5
ON
OFF
S
SIGNAL NAME
Transmit Data
Receive Data
Receive Data
Transmit Data
NT1(NT B
- OX)
STIB Port1
T Interface
T
NO
From/to PX
Max. 1000 meters
1 2
SW2
OFF : T mode
NT1(NT BOX)
STIB Port2
Only T Interface
R
R
3
TX+
RX+
3
6
TX-
RX-
6
4
RX+
TX+
4
5
RX-
TX
5
From/to PX
RJ45 type jack
ON
OFF
Max. 1000 meters
1 2
SW1
ON : Termination
Figure 3.3.2.1a T Mode(Basic STIBI Line Connector and Terminating Resistors)
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S MODE
CONNECTOR
PIN NUMBER
RJ45
NO
SIGNAL NAME
1,2,7,8
3
4
5
6
RX+
TX+
TXRX-
FUNCTION
Reserved
Receive Data
Transmit Data
Transmit Data
Receive Data
ISDN terminal
TE1(or TA)
STIB Port1 Only
S Interface
R
ON
1 2 3 4
SW4
RJ45 type jack
T
R
3
RX+
TX+
3
6
RX-
TX-
6
4
TX+
RX+
4
5
TX-
RX-
5
ON
S
CN1
Max. 1000 meters
1 2
SW2
ON : S mode
Figure 3.3.2.1b S Mode(Basic STIBI Line Connector and Terminating Resistors)
LED INDICATIONS
STATUS
LED
LED1
LED2
ON
RED
ERROR
GREEN
IN-USE
RED
ERROR
GREEN
IN-USE
LINE NO.
REMARK
IDLE
1
STIB
IDLE
2
STIB
OFF
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3.3.2.2 Line Connector and Terminating Resistors
SW 1 AND SW4’S 1, 2 PIN SETTING : DEFAULT = ALL ON POSITION
TERMINATING RESISTORS
SWITCH
PIN1, 2 ON
PIN3, 4 OFF
LINE NO
RJ45 TYPE JACK
Line 1
MJ1
SW4
Termination
Open
Line 2
MJ1
SW1
Termination
Open
T OR S SWITCH SETTING
LINE
NO
SWITCH AND CONNECTOR
MODE
SW4
PIN 3, 4
SW2
REMARK
CN1
T
S
ON
ON
S
Line 1
T
T
OFF
OFF
Default
S
Line 2
T Only
※NOTE
- SW4(Pin 3, 4 : -40V Power Feeding.
- SW2: The mode Change of the BRI transceiver.
- CN1: Set four 2pin jumpers like the above figure according to each mode.
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3.3.3 CBIB (CID Loop Start CO line + Basic Rate Interface Board)
Description
The CBIB can be installed on the LCOB/STIB/CBIB connector, and provides 2 CO/PBX Loop Start CO Line interfaces
that support pulse/DTMF signal and ISDN BRI T-mode interface. CO Interface contains ring and loop current
detection circuits, A/D and D/A conversions, and pulse signaling circuit.
The CO port of the CBIB can be optionally equipped with add-on boards (Figure 3.3.3): CPCU2 (FSK CID, Polarity
Reversal & Call Progress Tone detection Unit 2) to detect FSK signal for the incoming Caller-ID, polarity reversal and
call progress tone; PRCPTU2 (Polarity Reversal & Call Progress Tone detection Unit 2) to monitor polarity reversal
and call progress tone; or PRU2 (Polarity Reversal detection Unit 2) to monitor polarity reversal.
Figure 3.3.3 CBIB
※NOTE
-
SW1: The default is ON position.
The PRU2, the PRCPTU2 and the CPCU2 can not be mounted on the CBIB at the same time. Select the
board that is appropriate for your application to install and use.
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3.3.3.1 Pin Assignment
CBIB 1’ST PORT FOR BRI T-MODE
CONNECTOR
PIN NUMBER
NO
SIGNAL NAME
1,2,7,8
3
4
5
6
RJ45
TX+
RX+
RXTX-
FUNCTION
Reserved
Transmit Data
Receive Data
Receive Data
Transmit Data
CBIB 2’ND PORT FOR LCO
CONNECTOR
PIN NUMBER
RJ45
NO
SIGNAL NAME
1,2
CO-R, CO-T
3
Reserved
4,5
CO-R, CO-T
6,7,8
Reserved
VARIOUS CONNECTORS FUNCTIONS
CONNECTOR
CN2 and CN3
CN1, CN2 and CN3
MJ1
FUNCTION
PRCPTU2 or PRU2 connection
CPCU2 connection
2 ports RJ45 type CO line connection.
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3.3.3.2 Add-On Boards
PRU2 (Polarity Reversal detection Unit)
Description
The PRU2 can be optionally mounted on CBIB, and provides Polarity Reversal detection for call metering. It also
provides four on-hook connection paths for SMS.
PRCPTU2 (PR and CPT detection Unit)
Description
The PRCPTU2 can be optionally mounted on CBIB, and provides four polarity reversal detection for call metering,
four call progress tone detection to support the ACNR feature (Automatic Called Number Redial). It also provides four
on-hook connection paths for SMS.
CPCU2 (FSK CID, PR and CPT detection Unit)
Description
The CPCU2 can be optionally mounted on CBIB, and provides four polarity reversal detection units for call metering,
four call progress tone detection to support the ACNR feature (Auto Called Number Redial), and four FSK CID signal
detection. It also provides four on-hook connection paths for SMS.
Figure 3.3.3.2 CPCU4
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3.4 Installation of the Extension Board
BOARD
PORT
CONNECTOR TYPE
DTIB4
DTIB8
SLIB4
SLIB8
4 DKT ports
8 DKT ports
4 SLT ports
8 SLT ports
RJ45
RJ45
RJ45
RJ45
REMARK
Digital Terminal Interface : 4 ports
Digital Terminal Interface : 8 ports
Single line telephone Interface : 4 ports
Single line telephone Interface : 8 ports
3.4.1 DTIB4 (Digital Terminal Interface Board)
Description
DTIB4 can be installed on the SLIB/DTIB connector, and provides 4 Digital Keyset ports. It also provides 2-wire
connections for Digital Keysets. It has a module connector, MJ1, which is used to connect Digital Keyset lines to the
DTIB4.
Figure 3.4.1 DTIB4
3.4.1.1 Pin assignment
DTIB4
CONNECTOR
PIN NUMBER
RJ45
NO
SIGNAL NAME
1,2,3,6,7,8
FUNCTION
Reserved
4
DKT_R
RING
5
DKT_T
TIP
DKT
CONNECTOR
RJ11
PIN NUMBER
NO
SIGNAL NAME
1-2
RESERVED
3
TIP
4
RING
5-6
RESERVED
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3.4.2 DTIB8 (Digital Terminal Interface Board)
Description
DTIB8 can be installed on the SLIB/DTIB connector, and provides 8 Digital Keyset ports. It also provides 2-wire
connections to Digital Keysets. It has module connectors, MJ1 and MJ2, that are used to connect Digital Keyset lines
to the DTIB8.
Figure 3.4.2 DTIB8
3.4.2.1 Pin assignment
DTIB8
CONNECTOR
PIN NUMBER
RJ45
NO
SIGNAL NAME
1,2,3,6,7,8
FUNCTION
Reserved
4
DKT_R
RING
5
DKT_T
TIP
DKT
CONNECTOR
RJ11
PIN NUMBER
NO
SIGNAL NAME
1-2
RESERVED
3
TIP
4
RING
5-6
RESERVED
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3.4.3 SLIB4 (Single Line Interface Board)
Description
SLIB4 can be installed on the SLIB/DTIB connector, and provides 4 SLT ports, and 2 DTMF receivers. The SLIB4 and
SLT are connected with a RJ45 Modular Jack, MJ3.
Figure 3.4.3 SLIB4
3.4.3.1 Pin assignment
SLIB4
CONNECTOR
PIN NUMBER
RJ45
NO
SIGNAL NAME
1,2,3,6,7,8
Reserved
4
SLT_RING
5
SLT-TIP
NO
SIGNAL NAME
1-2
RESERVED
3
TIP
4
RING
5-6
RESERVED
SLT
CONNECTOR
RJ11
PIN NUMBER
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3.4.4 SLIB8 (Single Line Interface Board)
Description
SLIB8 can be installed the SLIB/DTIB connector, and provides the 8 SLT ports and 2 DTMF receivers. The SLIB8 and
SLT are connected with a RJ45 Modular Jack, MJ2 & MJ3.
Figure 3.4.4 SLIB8
3.4.4.1 Pin assignment
SLIB8
CONNECTOR
PIN NUMBER
RJ45
NO
SIGNAL NAME
1,2,3,6,7,8
Reserved
4
SLT_RING
5
SLT-TIP
NO
SIGNAL NAME
1-2
RESERVED
3
TIP
4
RING
5-6
RESERVED
SLT
CONNECTOR
RJ11
PIN NUMBER
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3.5 Other Board Installations
3.5.1 VMIBE (Voice Mail Interface Board Enhanced)
Description
The VMIBE can be installed on the VMIB/AAFB connector, and provides system announcement, ACD/UCD
announcement, and User Greeting.
Figure 3.5.1 VMIBE
ITEM
Channel
Max record time:
System/time stamp
User record time
Max. Number of User voice message
RECORD/PLAY
MOH
3 channels
200 Min
28 Min
172 Min
800 EA
1 channel
60 Sec.
※ NOTE
- User Greeting is not lost by system power OFF or reset because the message is stored in FLASH memory.
- MBUB SW3-4 controls the protection of recorded messages.
- LD1 gets turned on when any RECORD/PLAY channel is activated.
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3.5.2 AAFBE(Auto Attendant Function Board Enhanced)
Description
The AAFBE can be installed on the VMIB/AAFB connector, and provides system announcement and ACD/UCD
announcement.
Figure 3.5.2 AAFBE
ITEM
Channel
Max record time:
System/time stamp
User record time
RECORD/PLAY
MOH
3 channels
-
28 Min
28 Min
Not Possible
-
※ NOTE
- LD1 gets turned on when any RECORD/PLAY channel is activated.
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3.5.3 LANU (LAN interface Unit)
Description
LANU should be installed on the LANU connector, and provides 1 LAN port of 10Base-T networking. RJ45 Modular
Jack, MJ1, is used to interface with the Wide Area Network (WAN) or PC, and has two LEDs that indicate the
operational state of the LAN port.
Figure 3.5.3 LANU
3.5.3.1 Pin Assignment
LANU
CONNECTOR
PIN NUMBER
RJ45
NO
SIGNAL NAME
4,5,7,8
1
2
3
6
TX+
TXRXRX+
NO
SIGNAL NAME
4,5,7,8
1
2
3
6
TX+
TXRXRX+
FUNCTION
RESERVED
Transmit Data
Transmit Data
Receive Data
Receive Data
PC
CONNECTOR
PIN NUMBER
RJ45
FUNCTION
RESERVED
Transmit Data
Transmit Data
Receive Data
Receive Data
THE LED INDICATION OF MJ1
LED
LED1 (Green)
LED2 (Orange)
MEANING
OFF: No Link
OFF: Link and activity at 10MBps
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ON: Link and activity at 100MBps
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3.5.4 MODU (MODEM function Unit)
Description
MODU should be installed on the MODU connectors, and provides an analog modem connection. It supports Bell,
ITU-T, V.34, V.32BIS, V.90 Protocol at 300bps, up to 33Kbps speed rate, and automatic rate negotiation.
Figure 3.5.4 MODU
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SECTION 4. EXPANSION MODULE INSTALLATION
IPLDK-20 provides three kinds of expansion modules, VOIM, DTIM and SLIM.
MODULE
PORT
CONNECTOR
TYPE
VOIM
1 port
RJ45
Voice Over Internet Protocol interface
4 wire
SLIM
DTIM
4 ports
4 ports
RJ45
RJ45
Single Line Telephone interface: 8 SLT
Digital Terminal interface: 8 DKT
4 wire
4 wire
DESCRIPTION
CABLE
4.1 Unpacking
Open the box and verify the items shown in Figure 4.1 are included:
VOIM
Module
Screw
DTIM/SLIM
Power Cord
Battery Cable
Module
Fuse
Figure 4.1 Unpacking
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REMARK
2SLT/port
2 DKT/port
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4.2 Opening and closing the front cover
4.2.1 Opening the front cover
1. Turn the screw counter-clockwise to loosen as shown in Figure 4.2.1.
2. Lift the front cover in the direction of the arrow as shown:
.
Figure 4.2.1 Opening the front cover
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4.2.2 Closing the front cover
1. Insert the front cover into the slot on a module as show in Figure 4.2.2.
2. Then put the front cover down on a module in the direction of the arrow, as shown.
3. Turn the screws clockwise to tighten, as in the Figure.
Figure 4.2.2 Closing the front cover
※ NOTE
For safety reasons, close the front cover and tighten the screws prior to operating the IP LDK-20 System.
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4.3 Opening and closing the front cover
4.3.1 Connecting Expansion Module to KSU
1. Insert the expansion module into the slot of basic KSU as show in Figure 4.3.1.
2. Turn the screws clockwise to tighten, as in the Figure.
Figure 4.3.1 Connecting an expansion module
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4.3.2 Wall mounting
The KSU with an expansion module is mounted on the wall in the same way with basic KSU and an expansion
module itself is not mounted on the wall as shown in Figure 4.3.2.
Figure 4.3.2 Wall mounting of KSU with an expansion module
※ Note : Be careful not to drop the KSU.
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4.3.3 Rack Mounting
1. Attach the rack bracket to the bottom of an expansion module as shown in Figure 4.3.3.1.
Figure 4.3.3.1 Rack bracket
2. Attach it to an module securely by tightening the screws clockwise, as in the Figure.
Figure 4.3.3.2 Tightening Rack bracket
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To attach an expansion module to the rack, affix the bracket with the 4 screws provided (Figure 4.3.3.4).
Connect an expansion module with the basic KSU by a flat cable packed in the package type2, as in the Figure.
Figure 4.3.3.4 Module Rack Mounting
※ Note: The flat cable is supplied with expansion module package type2.
Package type1 for wall mounting doesn’t include flat cable.
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4.4 External backup batteries connection
In case of power failure, the external backup batteries automatically maintain uninterrupted power for the IP LDK-20
system. The external batteries must provide 24 Volts DC. This is generally accomplished by connecting two 12 Volt
batteries in a series arrangement.
Figure 4.4 External Back Up Battery Installation
※ Note : The cable for connecting the battery is supplied with an expansion module.
Backup batteries for the basic KSU are used in parallel with an expansion module.
The IP LDK-20 MBUB will provide charging current to the batteries during normal AC power operation at a maximum
of about 100mA. During battery operation, the battery operation of MBUB and an Expansion Module will be stopped if
the AC power re-applied or the battery voltage is too low to maintain full-system operation.
The external batteries can maintain system operation as needed depending on several elements such as, battery
charge status, condition and capacity of the batteries, and system configuration (number of station ports).
CAUTION
•
•
•
•
•
•
There is not the battery charging circuit in an expansion module.
It is recommended to use a fuse (5A @250V) between battery and system.
Recommended battery capacity is 24V/10AH MF battery; the IP LDK-20 system should 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.
Make sure that you do not short-out the external backup batteries or cables.
There is a danger of explosion if external backup batteries are incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the
same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries according to the
manufacturer’s instructions.
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4.5 VOIM (Voice over Internet Protocol Interface Module) installation
Description
The VOIM can be installed on the basic KSU and provides the Ethernet interface for S/W applications and VoIP
features with optional VoIP daughter board.
The VOIM has the capacity for maximum 8 channels with one(1) VOIU, and VOIU provides four(4) VoIP channels.
Item
LAN Interface
Speed
Duplex
VoIP Protocol
Voice Compression
Voice/Fax Switching
Echo cancellation
Specification
10 / 100 Base-T Ethernet(IEEE 802.3)
10 Mbps or 100 Mbps(Auto-Negotiation)
Half Duplex or Full Duplex(Auto-Negotiation)
H.323 Revision 3
G.711/G.726/G729/G.723.1
T.38
G.165
.
Figure 4.5.1 VOIM
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Figure 4.5.2 VOIB
The VOIB is installed in the VOIM and provides various kinds of connectors and RJ45 modular jacks for the
connection of peripheral boards and miscellaneous functions (refer to the following Table).
Various switches and connectors functions
Switch / Connector
SW1
SW2
SW3
CN1
CN2
CN3
CN4
CN6
MJ1
Functions
Watch dog reset enable
VOIB Reset Switch for CPU (S32500C)
Pole1: Trace function disable, others: reserved
JTAG(Joint Test Action Group) for debug
VOIU Board Connection
VOIU Board Connection
Basic KSU Connection
RS232C Trace Tool Connection
Network(RJ-45) Cable Connection
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LED indications
LED
LD1
LD2
LD3
LD4
LD5
LD6
LD7
LD8
LD9
LD10
LD11
LD12
MJ1-LD1
MJ1-LD2
Functions
Remark
DSP HINT interrupt LED (ON: Active, OFF: Idle)
Periodic toggle – ON: 1 sec., OFF: 1 sec.
Channel8 Seize indication LED (ON: Busy, OFF: Idle)
Channel7 Seize indication LED (ON: Busy, OFF: Idle)
Channel6 Seize indication LED (ON: Busy, OFF: Idle)
Channel5 Seize indication LED (ON: Busy, OFF: Idle)
Channel4 Seize indication LED (ON: Busy, OFF: Idle)
Channel3 Seize indication LED (ON: Busy, OFF: Idle)
Channel2 Seize indication LED (ON: Busy, OFF: Idle)
Channel1 Seize indication LED (ON: Busy, OFF: Idle)
VOIB DSP operation status LED (ON: Normal, OFF: Fail)
VOIU DSP operation status LED (ON: Normal, OFF: Fail)
Link Status LED (ON: Link, Toggle: Data transfer)
Speed Status LED (ON: 100Mbps operation, OFF: 10Mbps)
4.5.1 Pin assignment
Connector
Pin Number
RJ45
NO
SIGNAL NAME
4,5,7,8
FUNCTION
RESERVED
1
TX+
Transmit Data
2
TX-
Transmit Data
3
RX-
Receive Data
6
RX+
Receive Data
※ NOTE
- 10BASE-T runs on Category 3 UTP or higher.
- 100BASE-TX runs only on Category 5 UTP cable.
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4.5.2 VOIU(Voice over Internet Protocol Interface Unit)
Description
The VOIU can be installed on the VOIB through CN2 and CN3 and provides the Ethernet interface for S/W
applications and 4 VoIP channels.
Figure 4.5.2.1 VOIU Installation
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4.6 SLIM(SLT Interface Module) Installation
Description
The SLIM provides the eight (8) ports of SLT interface and two DTMF receivers. The connection between the SLIM
and Single Line Telephone is performed through RJ45 Modular Jacks, MJ1.
SLIM can be installed on basic KSU.
Figure 4.6.1 SLIM
4.6.1 Pin assignment
SLIM
Connector
Pin Number
RJ45
NO
SIGNAL NAME
1,2
SLT-R, SLT-T
3
Reserved
4,5
SLT-R, SLT-T
6,7,8
Reserved
SLT
Connector
Pin Number
RJ11
59
NO
SIGNAL NAME
1-2
RESERVED
3
TIP
4
RING
5-6
RESERVED
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4.7 DTIM(Digital Terminal Interface Module)
Description
The DTIM provides Digital terminal interface of 8 ports. It also provides 2-wire connection to Digital Keysets. It has
module connectors, MJ1, which is used to connect Digital Keyset lines to the DTIM.
DTIM can be installed on basic KSU.
Figure 4.7.1 DTIM
4.7.1 Pin assignment
DTIM
Connector
Pin Number
RJ45
NO
SIGNAL NAME
1,2
DKT-R, DKT-T
3
Reserved
4,5
DKT-R, DKT-T
6,7,8
Reserved
DKT
Connector Type
RJ11
Pin Number
NO
SIGNAL NAME
1-2
RESERVED
3
TIP
4
RING
5-6
RESERVED
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SECTION 5. TERMINAL CONNECTION
5.1 Terminal Models
Various types of digital terminals are used with IP LDK-20 MBUB/DTIB4/DTIB8 as listed and shown below:
MODEL
LDP-7004N
LDP-7004D
LDP-7008D
LDP-7016D
LDP-7024D
LDP-7024LD
LDP-7048DSS
DESCRIPTION
8 Flexible Button Normal
4 Flexible Button Display
8 Flexible Button Display
16 Flexible Button Display
24 Flexible Button Display
24 Flexible Button Large Display
48 Button DSS Console
LDP-7004N
LDP-7004D
LDP-7008D
LDP-7016D
LDP-7024D
LDP-7024LD
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5.2 Terminal Cabling Distance
Figure 5.2 Terminal Cabling Distance
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5.3 Keyset Connection
5.3.1 Digital Keyset
The following illustrates how to connect the Digital Keyset to your system:
Figure 5.3.1 Digital Keyset Connection
5.3.1.1 Pin Assignment
CONNECTOR TYPE
PIN NUMBER
RJ11
NO
SIGNAL NAME
1-2
RESERVED
3
TIP
4
RING
5-6
RESERVED
5.3.2 SLT
The following illustrates how to connect the SLT to your system:
Figure 5.3.2 SLT Connection
5.3.2.1 Pin Assignment
CONNECTOR TYPE
RJ11
PIN NUMBER
NO
SIGNAL NAME
1-2
RESERVED
3
TIP
4
RING
5-6
RESERVED
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5.4 Connecting Additional Terminals
MBUB provides connections for 1 external music source, 1 external page port, 2 relay contacts, and an alarm/doorbell input monitor through the PJ1 audio jack and a MJ4 RJ45 Modular Jack.
Figure 5.4.1 Additional Terminal Connection
5.4.1 External Music Source wiring
MBUB accommodates 1 port of external music source through a PJ1 (RED) audio Jack.
5.4.2 Relay Contacts
MBUB provides 2 relay contacts that are used for loud bell or external paging through pin No. 1-2 & 3-4 of MJ4.
5.4.3 External Paging wiring
MBUB supports 1 external paging port through Pin No.5-6 (paging port) of MJ4.
5.4.4 Alarm Detection wiring
MBUB provides an external alarm detection input, which can be used to transmit notification to extensions when the
external switch is closed or opened (programmable through Admin Programming). This alarm detection input is
provided through pin No.7-8 of MJ4.
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SECTION 6. STARTING THE IPLDK-20 SYSTEM
6.1 Before Starting the IP LDK-20 System
The DIP switch (SW1) of Memory Backup Battery should be turned ON before installing the MBUB, to protect system
data in the case of a power failure. To prepare for preprogramming, perform the following Steps:
1. Set the DIP switch (SW3) on the MBUB to ON.
To initialize all the data in Admin Programming, the 4th pole of SW3 should be set to ON.
Plug the AC power cord into the IP LDK-20 System and AC outlet.
Program the Country Code as applicable.
Reset the IP LDK-20 System.
Set the 4th pole of SW3 on the MBUB to OFF when the system operates normally. The 4th pole of SW3 is set to OFF,
to protect the various features addressed by Admin Programming after system power-up and initialization.
6.2 Basic Preprogramming
The IP LDK-20 System can be programmed to meet an individual customer's need. There are two ways to perform
ADMIN Programming:
- PC ADMIN : Refer to the PC ADMIN Programming Manual.
- DKTU : In this manual we explain DKTU (Station 10) in ADMIN Programming.
6.2.1 DKTU (Station 10) programming
All programming is done at Station 10 (Station port # 00) using the LDP-7024D digital key telephone.
Additional programming stations may be assigned (PGM 113 – FLEX 1), but only 1 DKTU can be active in the
programming mode at any one time.
When in programming mode, Station 10 does not operate as a normal telephone, but instead works as a
programming instrument with all of the buttons redefined. The keys of the dial pad are used to enter the various data
fields and to enter numerical information:
- Flexible Buttons
The 24 buttons located at the top of the phone are used to indicate a specific data field and to enter information.
- SPEED Button and * Key
Are sometimes used to delete data or to indicate the end of data input.
- REDIAL Button
Could be used to delete one digit or character from the end of entered digits or characters.
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6.2.1.1 Button explanation
There are many kinds of DKTUs capable of connecting to the IP LDK-20 system. Figure 6.2.1 shows a model of the
LDP-7024D and illustrates each button. Detailed DKTU information for this and other keysets is described in the
DKTU User Guide and Installation Manual.
3 Soft Button
LCD
Ring LED
FLEX 1
FLEX 13
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
FLEX 24
MIC
Speaker phone
Fixed button
Navigation button
Flexible button
Figure 6.2.1 Description of LDP-7024D Buttons
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6.2.2 Entering programming mode
To enter Programming Mode, perform the following Steps:
Lift the handset
OR
Press the [MON] button on the ADMIN station, and hear ICM dial tone.
1. Press the [TRANS/PGM] button and dial *# .
2.
3.
4.
5.
Confirmation tone should be heard.
Enter the ADMIN password if the password has been set.
A confirmation tone should be heard indicating that the station is in ADMIN Programming mode.
Each program is accessed by pressing the [TRANS/PGM] button, the following should display:
ENTER PGM NUMBER
6. Dial the desired three-digit program number. If an error is made while entering data, the [TRANS/PGM] button
will return to the previous status.
※ NOTE
To return to the parent state while ADMIN programming, press the [CONF] button. Pressing the [CONF] button
clears temporary data fields.
6.2.2.1 Permanent Update Procedure
To accept changes while programming, perform the following Steps:
1. Press the [HOLD/SAVE] button when all changes have been entered to store the data permanently.
A confirmation tone should be heard when pressing the [HOLD/SAVE] button if all data was entered correctly. If there
were any errors in the entry, then an error tone is presented and data is not stored in the permanent memory.
6.2.2.2 Resetting the System
To reset the system, perform the following Steps:
1. Enter [PGM] + 450 then [FLEX] + 15 and press the [HOLD/SAVE] button.
OR
Press [PGM] + 100 then [FLEX] + 1 (Nation Code Assign) to automatically reset the system.
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6.2.3 Pre-programming
Location PGM-Nation Code & Site Name (PGM100)
※ NOTE : The 4th pole of the DIP switch (SW 3) on the MPB must be turned ON.
Procedure
Nation Code
To program the Nation code, perform the following Steps:
1. Press [Trans/PGM] + PGM Number(100), then [Flex1] + 7.
Press [HOLD/SAVE] to accept change.
※ NOTE : Press the reset button after setting the nation code to restart the system
Site Name
1. Press [Trans/PGM] + Enter Site Name (use the following Keyset Map, Max. 24 digits allowed), then [Flex2].
Press [HOLD/SAVE] to accept change.
[Keyset Map]
Q – 11
Z – 12
. – 13
1 – 10
A - 21
B - 22
C - 23
2 - 20
D - 31
E - 32
F - 33
3 - 30
G – 41
H - 42
I - 43
4 – 40
J - 51
K - 52
L - 53
5 - 50
M - 61
N - 62
O - 63
6 - 60
P - 71
R - 72
S - 73
Q - 7*
7 – 70
T - 81
U - 82
V - 83
8 - 80
W - 91
X - 92
Y - 93
Z - 9#
9 - 90
*1 - Blank
*2 - :
*3 - ,
0-00
#
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International Calling Codes
NATION
CODE
NATION
CODE
NATION
CODE
America
1
Argentina
54
Australia
61
Bahrain
Bolivia
Burma
China (Taiwan)
973
591
95
886
Bangladesh
Brazil
Cameroon
CIS
880
55
237
7
Belgium
Brunei
Chile
Colombia
32
673
56
57
Costa Rica
Denmark
El Salvador
Finland
Germany
506
45
503
358
49
Cyprus
Ecuador
Ethiopia
France
Ghana
357
593
251
33
233
Czech
Egypt
Fiji
Gabon
Greece
42
20
679
241
30
Guam
Haiti
India
Iraq
Italy
671
509
91
964
39
Guatemala
Honduras
Indonesia
Ireland
Japan
502
504
62
353
81
Guyana
Hong Kong
Iran
Israel
Jordan
592
852
98
972
962
Kenya
Liberia
Malaysia
Monaco
New Zealand
254
231
60
377
64
Korea
Libya
Malta
Morocco
Nigeria
82
218
356
212
234
Kuwait
Luxembourg
Mexico
Netherlands
Norway
965
352
52
31
47
Oman
P.N.G
Philippines
Saudi Arabia
South Africa
968
675
63
966
27
Pakistan
Paraguay
Portugal
Senegal
Spain
92
595
351
221
34
Panama
Peru
Qatar
Singapore
Sri Lanka
507
51
974
65
94
Swaziland
TELKOM
Turkey
Uruguay
268
*27
90
598
Sweden
Thailand
U.A.E.
Venezuela
46
66
971
58
Switzerland
Tunisia
United Kingdom
Y.A.R.
41
216
44
967
TELSTRA
*61
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6.2.3.1 RACK SLOT ASSIGNMENT (PGM 101)
1. Press [Trans/PGM] + 101
2. Enter slot number(2 digits).
3. Press [FLEX1]
4. Enter Board Type code(2 digits).
Press [HOLD/SAVE] to accept change.
STA
DTIB4
DTIB8
SLIB4
SLIB8
CODE
11
12
13
14
COL
LCOB2
LCOB4
CBIB
CODE
STA & COL
CODE
Etc
CODE
STIB2
STIB1
52
53
VMIB
AAFB
VMIBE
AAFBE
61
62
64
65
33
34
54
Board type of basic MBU(Slot 1, Slot5) and VMIB slot (slot 7) can not be changed.
-
Slot 1: Hybrid on MBU.
-
Slot 2-3: not used.
-
Slot 4: optional STA board.
-
Slot 5: CO board on MBU.
-
Slot 6: optional CO slot.
-
Slot 7: VMIB slot.
-
Slot 8: SLIM/DTIM slot.
-
Slot 9: VOIM slot.
6.2.3.2 LOGICAL SLOT ASSIGNMENT (PGM 103)
COL Board
1. Press [Trans/PGM] + 103.
2. Press [FLEX1].
3. Enter logical slot number(CO board slot).
(05: CO slot on MBU, 06:Optional CO slot, 09: VOIM slot)
4. Press [HOLD/SAVE] to accept change.
STA Board
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press [Trans/PGM] + 103.
Press [FLEX2].
Enter logical slot number(STA board slot).
(01: Hybrid slot on MBU, 04:Optional STA slot, 08: SLIM or DTIM slot, 99: Virtual slot for RSG/IP phone)
Press [HOLD/SAVE] to accept change.
VMIB Board
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press [Trans/PGM] + 103.
Press [FLEX3].
Enter logical slot number(VMIB slot : fixed 07 in LDK-20 ).
Press [HOLD/SAVE] to accept change.
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6.2.3.3 Numbering Plan Type (PGM 104)
PROCEDURE
1. Press [Trans/PGM] + 104, then enter the Number Plan Type (Refer to following Table, press 1 digit).
Press [HOLD/SAVE] to accept change.
Number Plan Type
NUMBER SET TYPE /
PRESS #
INTERCOM
RANGE
DEFAULT
1
10 – 37
Yes
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
10 – 37
10 – 37
700 – 727
200 – 227
10 – 37
100 – 137
10 – 37
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
REMARK
As the basic type, the 1st digit of station number
should be 1 – 4.
The station number can be changed within 79.
The station number can be changed within 99.
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6.2.3.4 FLEXIBLE NUMBERING PLAN (PGM 105)
PROCEDURE
To set your flexible numbering plan, perform the following Steps:
2. Press [Trans/PGM] + 105, then enter the station range (dial start and end station numbers).
Press [HOLD/SAVE] to accept change
Numbering Plan Detail
STATION NUMBERS
000
100
000
100
001
101
001
101
002
102
002
102
003
103
003
103
DESCRIPTION
[TRANS/PGM] + 105
Station Number Assign. You will see the 4 station numbers corresponding to the 4 port
numbers. Station number length is in the range of 2 digits through 4 digits. There are
two methods for changing station number.
Dial two station numbers - Range start station number & range end station number,
then LCD shows dialed range value. Press the [HOLD/SAVE] button, then station
numbers changed from the first station number on current LCD to range end (All LEDs
of BTNs are OFF.).
Press one of FLEX 1-4 (Each FLEX 1-4 is assigned to station number 1- 4 on the
current LCD), then LED of pressed Flexible button is steady on. Dial new station
number and press the [HOLD/SAVE] button, or press other Flexible button to assign
station number to other station without saving (The LED of pressed Flexible button is
on.).
If you want to delete all station numbers, press the [SPEED] button and press
[HOLD/SAVE] button, then all station numbers are cleared.
000 001 002 003
100 400 102 103
If you want to change next 4 station numbers then press [▼] button. If you want to
change previous 4 station numbers, then press [▲] button.
Press the [HOLD/SAVE] button for saving database permanently. (Ex: Press FLEX 2,
dial 400 and press [HOLD/SAVE] button.)
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6.2.3.5 Flexible Numbering Plan (PGM 106-107)
PROCEDURE
Plan A (106)
1. Press [Trans/PGM] + 106, then press the Flexible Button you wish to program (1-24).
Enter the code (refer to following Table).
Press [HOLD/SAVE] to accept change.
Flex Numbering Plan A(PGM 106)
FLEX
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
DEFAULT VALUE
(AT NUMBERING PLAN TYPE 1)
ITEM
Station Group Pilot Number Range
Internal Page Zone Number Range
Internal All Call Page
Meet Me Page
External Page Zone
All Call Page (Internal/External)
SMDR Account Code
Flash Command to CO Line
Last Number Redial (LNR)
Do-Not-Disturb
Call Forward
Speed Dial Program
MSG Wait/Call-Back Enable
MSG Wait/Call-Back Answer
Speed Dial Access
Cancel DND/CFW/Pre-selected MSG Features
SLT Hold
Reserved
Reserved
SLT Program Mode Select
ACD Reroute
Plan B (107)
1. Press [Trans/PGM] + 107, then press the Flexible Button you wish to program (1-24).
Enter the code (refer to following Table).
Press [HOLD/SAVE] to accept change.
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501 – 510
543
544
545
549
550
551
552
553
554
555
556
557
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559
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Flex Numbering Plan B (PGM 107)
FLEX
DEFAULT VALUE
(AT NUMBERING PLAN TYPE 1)
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
Alarm Reset
Group Call Pick-Up
UCD Group DND
Night Answer
Call Park Location Range
Direct Call Pick-Up
7
Access CO Line Group
8
Access Individual CO Line
9
10
Tie Routing Access
Access Held CO Line Group
11
Access Held Individual CO Line
12
13
14
15
16
17
Access to CO line in the 1st available CO Line Group
Attendant Call
Door Open – 1
Door Open – 2
VM MSG Wait Enable
VM MSG Wait Cancel
74
565
566
568
569
601 – 608
7
801 – 808
(8 + CO Group Number)
8801 – 8812
(88 + CO Line Number)
8901
8*
8#01 – 8#12
(8# + CO Line Number)
0
9
*1
*2
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6.2.3.6 IP setting for System (PGM 108)
PROCEDURE
IP Name (Use the # to skip)
1. Press [Trans/PGM] + 108, then press [FLEX1].
Enter the code (max. 16 characters).
Press [HOLD/SAVE] to accept change.
Server IP Address
1. Press [Trans/PGM] + 108, then press the [FLEX2] button.
Enter the Server IP Address (12 digits).
Press [HOLD/SAVE] to accept change.
CLI IP Address
1. Press [Trans/PGM] + 108, then press the [FLEX3] button.
Enter the CLI IP Address (12 digits).
Press [HOLD/SAVE] to accept change.
Gateway Address (Use the # to skip)
1. Press [Trans/PGM] + 108, then press the [FLEX4] button.
Enter the Gateway Address (12 digits).
Press [HOLD/SAVE] to accept change.
Subnet Mask Address (Use the # to skip)
1. Press [Trans/PGM] + 108, then press the [FLEX5] button.
Enter the Subnet Mask (12 digits).
Press [HOLD/SAVE] to accept change.
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SECTION 7. TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
CAUSE / SYMPTOM
SOLUTION
Power short circuit in
some board(s)
System power failure
Exchange the malfunctioning board for one in good working
condition.
Dust each board.
LD6 LED light on the MBUB
Check the PSU fuse.
is OFF or blinking
Replace the PSU with the appropriate type.
Power short circuit in
some board(s)
System does not
operate
Bad board connection
System database broken
Bad extension circuit
DKTU does not
operate
CO line operation
The limit
distance
of
installation Check the distance between the MBUB/DTIB and keyset.
Plug the keyset into another extension port that has been
verified as working.
If the keyset does not work, replace the keyset.
Bad MBUB or SLIB board
Exchange the board for one in good working condition.
Bad connection between Check that the board connection between the lines of SLT
the MBUB/SLIB and SLT
and DKT on the MDF, and fix any mismatching.
ACNR Fail
Bad connection
ISDN board does not The position of switch
operate
Network problem
Noise on
Paging port
Exchange the malfunctioning board for one in good working
condition.
Bad connection between The connection between the system and the keyset must
the MBUB/DTIB and keyset be repaired.
Check the connection between the line of SLIB and DTIB
on the MDF, and fix any mismatching.
Bad keyset
SLT does not operate
Check the connection of each board with MBUB.
Press the Reset button.
Check the PSU.
Check the short circuit on MBUB or other boards.
Press the Reset button when the DIP switch (for database
protection) is in the default position.
Check the PRCPTU4, and CPCU4
Check the connection.
Check the switch for term and So/To position
Check the Network.
External Induced noise on the wire Use a shielded cable as the connection wire between the
between the system and the system and amplifier.
amplifier
A short shielded cable is recommended.
Distorted External
MOH
Excessive input level from Decrease the output level of the external music source by
external music source
using the volume control on the music source.
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