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Section 350 Installation Manual !
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Section 350 Installation Manual
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WARNING: This service information is designed for experienced technicians only and is
not designed for use by the general public. It does not contain warnings or cautions to
advise non-technical individuals of potential dangers in attempting to service a product.
Products powered by electricity should be serviced or repaired only by experienced
professional technicians. Any attempt to service or repair the product or products dealt
with in this service information by anyone else could result in serious injury or death.
This equipment is not designed for making emergency telephony calls
when the power fails. Alternative arrangements should be made for access to
emergency services.
S-ICX
Issued January 2000
The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice and
should not be construed as a commitment by the Matsushita Communication Industrial
Co. Ltd. (MCI). MCI reserves the right, without notice, to make changes to equipment
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Parts Supplied with CCU
Following components are supplied and included in the box.
CABLE TIE
10 PCS
BATTERY LEAD
1 PC
EMI FILTER
3 PCS
CABLE TIE
3 PCS
DDK CONNECTOR
4 PCS
FOR 8 EXTENSION PORTS
MANUAL (PRINTED)
1 PCE
INSTALLATION MANUAL (UP TO
CHAPTER 3)
Note:
CD-ROM manual which includes Operating manual, Installation manual and
Programming manual is included in CPC card.
Contents
Chapter 1. Requirements ........................................... 1-1
Environmental Requirements ................................................................................................................ 1-1
Cleaning................................................................................................................................................. 1-2
Chapter 2. System Overview ..................................... 2-1
List of Components................................................................................................................................ 2-2
System Capacity and Specifications...................................................................................................... 2-3
Chapter 3. Cabinet Installation.................................. 3-1
Installation Location .............................................................................................................................. 3-1
Removing and Replacing the Cover ...................................................................................................... 3-2
Cabinet Installation................................................................................................................................ 3-2
Connecting the Main Cable ................................................................................................................... 3-4
Earthing.................................................................................................................................................. 3-4
Battery Backup (VB-44026UK) ............................................................................................................ 3-5
Chapter 4. Card Installation....................................... 4-1
Card Installation..................................................................................................................................... 4-1
About Marks Used in This Manual ....................................................................................................... 4-1
Card Installation Positions..................................................................................................................... 4-2
Special Integrated Slot 1 (IS1) ......................................................................................................... 4-3
Special Integrated Slot 2 .................................................................................................................. 4-3
SAEC/8, SAEC/4 (or SAPI in the future) Installation ..................................................................... 4-3
Maintenance Switches ........................................................................................................................... 4-4
CPU card: CPC-HS card (VB-44440UK), CPC-HM card (VB-44441UK) (CPC-HS/-HM) .......... 4-6
Exchange Lines...................................................................................................................................... 4-7
Loop Start Exchange Line card:
LTRK/4 card (VB-44514UK), LTRK/8 card (VB-44510UK) (LTRK/4&8) ................. 4-7
T-Point ISDN Interface card: TBRI/4 card (VB-44530UK) (TBRI/4) .......................................... 4-10
T-Point ISDN Primary Rate Interface card: PRI/30 card (VB-44540UK) (PRI/30)...................... 4-13
SYNC Package/Network Unit: SYNC package (VB-44460) (SYNC) .......................................... 4-17
AC15 Tie Line Interface: AC15 card (VB-44570UK)................................................................... 4-19
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Extensions............................................................................................................................................ 4-23
Digital Extension cards: (VB-44610UK/VB-44612UK/VB-44613UK) (DEC/8/16/24) ............. 4-23
Connecting Digital Key Telephones ............................................................................................. 4-26
Analog Proprietary Extension cards: SBS/A-series Proprietary Extensions (APEC/8)
(VB-44660UK) .......................................................................................................... 4-27
Analog Extension cards: (VB-44620UK)(AEC/8) ....................................................................... 4-31
Special Analog Extension cards:
SAEC/8 card (VB-44622UK)/ SAEC/4 card (VB-44621UK) (SAEC/8,SAEC/4) ... 4-31
BRI cards (S-point): S-point ISDN Basic Rate (VB-44630) (SBRI/4)......................................... 4-33
PRI cards (S-point): S-point ISDN Primary Rate (VB-44540UK) (SBRI/4) ............................... 4-37
8 DTMF Receiver Card: MFR/8 card (MFR/8) .................................................................................. 4-39
8 Party Conference Card: CONF card (VB-44120UK) (CONF) ........................................................ 4-40
ACD card: (VB-44140UK).................................................................................................................. 4-41
4-port Voice Processing card : (VB-44140UK) (VPU/4).................................................................... 4-42
Special API card : (VB-44132) (SAPI) ............................................................................................... 4-43
API card : (VB-44131) ........................................................................................................................ 4-44
Chapter 5. Peripheral Equipment.............................. 5-1
Music-On-Hold (MOH)......................................................................................................................... 5-1
Background Music (BGM) .................................................................................................................... 5-2
Paging .................................................................................................................................................... 5-3
PC Customization Tool.......................................................................................................................... 5-5
Call Logging Device.............................................................................................................................. 5-8
MIS Report Output .............................................................................................................................. 5-11
Application Interface (API) ................................................................................................................. 5-13
Headset ................................................................................................................................................ 5-15
Voice Recognition Adaptor ................................................................................................................. 5-16
Key Telephone Wall Mounting ........................................................................................................... 5-18
DSS ...................................................................................................................................................... 5-19
EM24 ................................................................................................................................................... 5-20
Doorphone Adaptor ............................................................................................................................. 5-21
1 Line SLT Adaptor............................................................................................................................. 5-24
Replacing the CPC Card’s Backup Battery ......................................................................................... 5-26
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About This Manual
Overview
This manual provides installation instructions for the Small Integrated
Communication eXchange (S-ICX). Please carefully observe the contents of
this manual.
The following table summarizes the purpose of each chapter.
Chapter No.
Title
Purpose
1
Requirements
2
System Overview
3
Cabinet (CCU)
Installation
4
Card Installation
5
Peripheral Equipment
6
Specifications
Includes S-ICX model, information on the installation
environment, and how to clean the
S-ICX.
Provides an overview of the S-ICX, including descriptions of the cabinet, system configurations, and unit
cards.
Explains how to prepare for CCU installation, how to
remove and replace the CCU cover, install the battery,
and install cards.
Explains how to connect exchange lines and dedicated
lines, how to connect different types of digital and analog internal lines, and how to mount telephones
on the wall.
Describes how to install and connect DSS units, doorphone adaptors, and other peripheral equipment; also
describes how to replace the backup battery of the
CPC card.
Lists the specifications of the equipment constituting
the S-ICX.
Related Documents
• For instructions on S-ICX programming, see Section 400: Programming.
• For detailed descriptions of S-ICX operations, see Section 700: Feature
Operation.
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Chapter 1. System Requirements
Chapter 1. Requirements
This chapter describes S-ICX model numbers, information on the installation
environment, and instructions on how to clean the S-ICX.
Environmental Requirements
Temperature: The environment should be free from excessive temperatures in order
to avoid component damage. Room temperature should be 32° to 104° Fahrenheit
(0° to 40° Celsius).
Humidity: The environment should be free from excessive humidity, which may
rust metallic parts and degrade performance. Do not install the system where
humidity could condense on its surfaces. Relative humidity should range between 30
and 90 percent.
Ventilation: Adequate ventilation must be provided to allow upward air circulation
through the cabinet grille.
Gas and airborne particles: To avoid corrosion or oxidation of electrical contacts,
the environment should be free from airborne particles and corrosive gas.
Electrical noise: The environment should be free from excessive electrical noise,
which could disturb the operation of digital circuits. The system should be located at
least 10ft. (3m) away from welders, dimmers, or other high-current machines.
Phones connected to the system should not be located near fluorescent lamps, air
conditioners, washing machines, TVs, or radios.
Vibration: The environment should be free from excessive vibration, which could
loosen components.
Water exposure: Because the S-ICX is an electrical device, exposure to water is
dangerous. Do not place anything containing water on the system. Do not install
under overhead plumbing, sprinkler system valves, or in areas that are susceptible to
flooding.
Lighting: Sufficient lighting is required for testing and maintenance.
Lightning protection/grounding: The system must be properly grounded to protect
it from lightning damage.
• Supplemental and independent equipment grounding conductors are to be
installed between the system and the wiring system ground.
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• One of the equipment grounding conductors must be a wire that is as thick or
thicker than the ungrounded branch-circuit supply conductors. The equipment
grounding conductor is to be installed as part of the circuit that supplies the
system and is to be connected to a ground terminal at the service equipment. Bare,
covered, or insulated grounding conductors should have a continuous outer finish
that is green with yellow stripes. The equipment grounding conductor should be
connected to a ground terminal at the service equipment.
• The attachment-plug receptacles of the same type as that used by the systems that
are in the vicinity of the S-ICX are all to be of a grounding type, and the
equipment grounding conductors serving these receptacles are to be connected to
earth ground at the service equipment.
• A marking adjacent to the telecommunications jacks must instruct the user to
connect grounding conductors for peripheral equipment before any
telecommunication lines are connected to the product or system.
Cleaning
• Use a slightly damp cloth to clean the phones. The phones should never be
cleaned with benzene, paint thinner, or other solvents.
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Chapter 2. System Overview
Panasonic's Small Integrated Communication eXchange (S-ICX) is a hybrid
telephone system capable of supporting up to 132 ports.
The S-ICX cabinet includes the following:
• Power Unit
• Card Slots
• Unit Cards (optional)
• Backup Battery (VB-44026) (optional)
• 8 DEC card (as integrated slot 1)
Figure 2-1. The S-ICX CCU
Card
Slots
Main Power Supply
Unit Card
Battery Backup
Peripherals such as paging speakers, external music-on-hold sources, background
music sources, PCs, printers, and Call Logging can be connected to the unit cards or
the mother board.
Figure 2-2 shows the exchange line and extension line connections as well as some
peripheral connections. Exchange and extension line connections are covered in
detail in Chapter 4. Peripheral connections are covered in detail in Chapter 5.
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List of Components
Table 2-1, 2-2, and 2-3 show the unit cards and packages that can be used with the SICX.
Table 2-1. Unit card configuration
Unit Type
Unit
Desig.
CCU
CAB-HD Main Cabinet
Back-up Bat- BATT-S
tery
Unit Name
Back-up Battery
Page Product No.
No.
Unit Description
3-2
VB-44030UK
Power Supply Unit and 8DEC are
initially installed.
3-5
VB-44026UK
Remarks
Table 2-2. Unit card configuration
Card Type
Card
Desig.
Card Name
Page Product No.
No.
Card Description
Remarks
Processor
Cards
CPC-HS
CPC-HS Card
(S-ICX only)
4-6
VB-44440UK
Call processor card for 78-port
system
32 Ext.
CPC-HM CPC-HM Card
(S-ICX only)
4-6
VB-44441UK
Call processor card for 132-port
system
64 Ext. Max.
LTRK/8
Loop Start Exchange Line
Card
4-7
VB-44510UK
8-port loop-start line
LTRK/4
Loop Start Exchange Card
(S-ICX only)
4-7
VB-44514UK
4-port loop-start line
AC-15
AC15
4-19
VB-44570UK
4-port type AC-15 tie line exchange
card
Analog
Exchange
Lines
Digital
Exchange
Lines
TBRI/4
T-point BRI Card
4-10
VB-44530
T-point ISDN interface ports
PRI/30
T/S-point PRI Card
4-13
VB-44540UK
T-point ISDN primary interface port
and S-point primary interface port
Digital
Extension
DEC/8
Digital Extension Card
4-23
VB-44610UK
8-port digital extension card
DEC/16
Digital Extension Card
(S-ICX only)
4-23
VB-44612UK
16-port digital extension card
Available for CPC-HM
only.
DEC/24
Digital Extension Card
(S-ICX only)
4-23
VB-44613UK
24-port digital extension card
Available for CPC-HM
only.
SBRI/4
S-point BRI Card
4-33
VB-44630
S-point ISDN interface ports
PRI/30
T/S-point PRI Card
4-37
VB-44540UK
T-point ISDN primary interface port
and S-point primary interface port
APEC/8
SBS Extension Interface
Card
4-27
VB-44660UK
Interface card for SBS proprietary
key telephone
SAEC/4
Special Analog Extension
unit(S-ICX only)
4-31
VB-44621UK
4-port analog extension card includ- For IS2
ing ringer circuit for IS2 slot
SAEC/8
Special Analog
4-31
Extension Card (S-ICX only)
VB-44622UK
8-port analog extension card includ- For IS2
ing ringer circuit for IS2 slot
AEC/8
Analog Extension Card
4-31
VB-44620UK
8-port analog extension card includ- For FS1 to FS5
ing ringer circuit
DTMF
Circuits
MFR/8
8 DTMF Receiver Card
4-39
VB-44110UK
8-circuit DTMF receiver
Interface
cards
API
API Card
4-44
VB-44131
Applications Processor Interface
card
Data for External Integrated
VM or ACD products
(FOR FUTURE USE)
SAPI
Special API Unit
(S-ICX only)
4-43
VB-44132
Internal Application Processor
Interface unit
For IS2
Data for External Integrated
VM or ACD products
(FOR FUTURE USE)
CONF
8-Party Conference Card
4-40
VB-44120UK
Interface card for 8-party conference
interface
VPU/4
Voice Processing Card/4
4-42
VB-44160UK
Voice processing card for Built-in
ACD voice
ACD
ACD Card
4-41
VB-44140UK
Built-in ACD unit
Analog
Extension
Audio
applications
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Card Type
Card
Desig.
Card Name
Page Product No.
No.
Daughter
package
SYNC
Sync. Package/Network Unit 4-17
VB-44460UK
Card Description
Remarks
Network sync circuit unit
Mounts on CPC-HS or
CPC-HM card.
Table 2-3. Terminal Equipment configuration
Terminal
Type
Terminal Terminal Name
Desig.
Phone System TEL
Page
No.
Product No.
12 Key Standard
4-26
VB-D411UK(B)
TEL
12 Key Display Speakerphone
4-26
VB-D411DSUK(B)
TEL
12 Key Large Display Speakerphone
4-26
VB-D411LDSUK(LDSUB)
TEL
12 Key Display Soft key Phone
4-26
VB-D411DSVUK
TEL
24 Key Display phone
4-26
VB-D611DUK
TEL
24 Key Display Speakerphone
4-26
VB-D611DSUK(B)
DSS
DSS
5-19
VB-D631UK(B)
EM24
EM24
5-20
VB-D331UK
VRADP
Voice Recognition Adaptor
5-16
VB-44101UK
SLTADP
One Line SLT Adaptor
5-24
VB-43702UK
5-21
VB-3473UK
DPH-ADP Doorphone Adaptor
Terminal
Description
Remarks
System Capacity and Specifications
Table 2-4, 2-5, and 2-6 shows the Maximum System Capacities and Specifications.
Table 2-4. System Capacity
With CPC-HS
With CPC-HM
Exchange line ports
Analog exchange
AC15
BRI Circuits
PRI
8x4+30=62 (including one PRI30)
40
20
20
30
8x3+30x2=84 (including two PRI30s)
40
20
20
60
Extension ports
Proprietary telephone
2 wire telephone (SLT)
DSS consoles
32
24 (8 initially installed)
24 (including SAEC/8)
4
64
56 (8 initially installed)
48 (including SAEC/8)
4
3 party conference
8
8
DTMF circuits
12 (4 initially installed)
12 (4 initially installed)
Paging Group
Internal
External
10 (72 members
1 (5 relays)
10 (72 members
1 (5 relays)
Speed Dial (Max 24 digits)
System
Personal
800
20
800
20
Grouping
Operator Group
Hunting Group
Tenant Group
MCO Group
Pick upGroup
1 (20 members)
12 (20 members)
12
99
12 (20 members)
1 (20 members)
12 (20 members)
12
99
12 (20 members)
Camp-on (System Basis)
150
150
Call Back
Internal (system)
External (System)
32
32
32
32
Call Forward
All (system)
Busy (system)
No Answer (system)
144
144
144
144
144
144
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With CPC-HS
With CPC-HM
Class of Service
Internal
External
16
16
16
16
TRS Class
50
50
ISDN Related Features
DDI numbers (A/B)
MSN
96
96
96
96
Account Code (Verified)
500 (10 digits)
500 (10 digits)
Absence Message
10 (16 digits)
10 (16 digits)
Text Message
10 (16 digits)
10 (16 digits)
Table 2-5. Dimensions and Weight
S-ICX
Power Consumption
CCU
Proprietary tel
336VA
2.7W
Dimensions (cm)
CCU
Proprietary tel
W:360 x H:450 x D:220
W:186 x H:90 x D:233
Weight (kg)
CCU
Proprietary tel
7 Kg
1 Kg
Table 2-6. Telephones can be connected to S-ICX
Interface Card Type
VB-44660 APEC/8 •–
Model of Telephones con- A series telephone
nected via interface card
VA-30920
VA-12020
VA-12022
•–
2-4
VB-44660 APEC/8 •–
VB-44610 DEC/8
VB-44612 DEC/16
VB-44613 DEC/24
SBS telephones
VB-9211
VB-9211DS
VB-9411
VB-9411DS
VB-9411ADS
DBS/ICX telephones
VB-3411
VB-3411DS
VB-3411LDS
VB-3611D
VB-D411
VB-D411DS
VB-D411DSV
VB-D411LDS
VB-D611D
VB-D611DS
Note: Some features may not be available due to limitations of legacy equipment.
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Figure 2-2. System Connections
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Chapter 3. Cabinet Installation
This chapter explains how to prepare for a single cabinet installation, how to remove
and replace the cabinet cover, and how to install the battery, power supply,
and cards.
Installation Location
CAUTION:
• Turn the power switch and the external breaker OFF, and disconnect the
AC cable before removing any covers.
Guidelines
• Before deciding where to install the single base cabinet, check the external
dimensions shown below, the area required for maintenance, and the
"Environmental Requirements" on page 1-2.
Figure 3-1. Single Base Cabinet dimensions and maintenance area
Notes:
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Removing and Replacing a Cover
1.
Unscrew the front cover.
2.
Pull the bottom of the front cover outward .
Note: Do not exert excessive force when pulling out the bottom of the front cover
as doing so may damage the claw slots.
3.
Gently lift the cover off by sliding it up and away.
4.
To replace the cover, repeat above in a reverse order.
Figure 3-2. Removing and replacing a Cover
Holding Screw
Pull the front cover
out at bottom, then lift
Cabinet Installation
Guidelines
CAUTION:
• Turn the power switch OFF, and make certain the AC cable is
disconnected before installing the cabinet.
• Handle the cabinet carefully to avoid damage.
• The cabinet should be secured to a wall so that it does not topple in the
event of earthquake, etc.
• Remove cabinet cover before installation (see page 3-2).
• If backup batteries have already been placed into the guides, remove
them from the cabinet before installing.
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Chapter 3. Cabinet Installation
Preparation
1.
Hold the cabinet against the wall. Using a pen or pencil, mark the center of the
wall visible through the top retaining screw holes on the cabinet’s back plate and
the lower center screw.
2.
Mount the 2 wall-mounting screws (4 mm flat head screws recommended) using
the marks on the plywood as a guide (32 cm apart). Leave approximately 2.5 cm
of the screws protruding out of the wall.
3.
Insert the pointed end of the tie-wrap into the top hole located on the top left side
of the back plate, shown in Figure 3-4. When the tie-wrap has passed through
the back plate, bend it down and push it back through the other hole in the back
plate (and PCB).
4.
Lift the back plate, and hook it onto the screws.
5.
Completely tighten the screws.
Figure 3-3. Wall-Mounting Installation: Attaching the wall-mounting of cabinet #1
Insert Tie-wrap here.
Pull tie-wrap back through here.
Holding Screw
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Connecting the AC Cable
Use BS1363 approved AC plug.
For pluggable equipment, that the socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment
and shall be easily accessible.
If a device other than a 13 Amp plug top is used as a disconnection device it must
incorporate an all pole disconnection device.
The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:
Green - and -yellow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Earth (E)
Blue. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Neutral (N)
Brown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Live (L)
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this equipment may not correspond
with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your connector proceed as
follows:
The wire which is coloured green - and - yellow must be connected to the terminal
which is marked by the letter E or by the safety earth symbol or coloured either green
or green - and - yellow. The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the
terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured black. The wire which is
coloured brown must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L
or coloured red. This equipment must be earthed when it is connected to an AC
mains outlet.
Grounding
Guidelines
CAUTION:
• Turn the power switch OFF, and make certain the AC cable is not
plugged in before grounding the cabinet.
• Be sure to attach an EMI filter to the AC cable to reduce interference.
• For safety reasons, the S-ICX must remain grounded at all times.
For permanent connection a readily accessible disconnect device shall
be provided. If connection is made by domestic plug, the socket shall be
near the equipment and shall be easily accessible.
• The service ground cable must be 14 AWG minimum. It is recommend that the
ground cable at least 12 AWG (stranded).
• Resistance to ground must be 0.1 Ohms or less.
Installation
1. Connect a permanent connection from the building service ground using
a grounding wire to safety earth on the cabinet chassis. See Figure 3-4.
2. Install an EMI filter on the AC cable.
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Figure 3-4. Grounding the Master Cabinet
Safety Grounding
Chassis Grounding
Battery Backup (VB-44026UK)
Guidelines
CAUTION:
• Turn the power switch and the external breaker OFF, and disconnect the
AC cable before installing the backup battery.
• Carefully note the polarity of the batteries to prevent shorting.
• Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the
manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturer’s
instructions.
• The battery cable must be at least 18 AWG.
• During normal conditions, the backup batteries last for about 15 minutes.
• The backup batteries should be replaced about every 3 years.
Installation
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2.
Connect the blue GND cable to the - terminal of battery B.
3.
Using the supplied battery cable connect the blue to the - terminal of battery A
and red to the + terminal of battery B.
4.
Slide the batteries into the guides in the cabinet.
Figure 3-5. Installation of Backup Batteries (VB-44026UK)
This lead is supplied with a CCU.
Battery (VB-44026UK)
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Chapter 4. Card Installation
This chapter explains how to connect ecxhange lines, how to connect different types
of digital and analog extensions.
Card Installation
CAUTION:
• With the exception of selected cards as described in ’Maintenance
Switches’ on page 4-4, many cards require power to be OFF before
installing or removing the cards. Turn the power switch OFF and make
certain the AC cable is disconnected before installing cards.
• Push the cards in so that they are securely seated. Failure to do so may
result in the card being damaged or incorrect operation.
The card circuits include CMOS-ICs, which are susceptible to damage
by static electricity.
• To avoid damaging the CMOS-ICs, observe the following precautions
when handling the cards:
1) Touch a ground or the metal cabinet frame to discharge any static that
may have built up on your body.
2) Do not directly touch the CMOS-ICs or electrical conductors.
1.
With the lettering on the card pointing up, slide the card into the guide of the
card slot in the cabinet.
2.
Hold the card on the top and bottom edges with both hands and carefully push it
into the slot.
3.
When the connector row at the far end of the card touches the corresponding
connector on the unit, press the card in more firmly until it is seated.
4.
Repeat steps 1 through 3 for all other cards.
About Marks Used in This Manual
XXXXX card
Card names shown at the side of function titles indicate cards that must be
mounted to enable connections.
Cards marked with an
at the side of the card name indicate that the card
must not be removed or inserted while the power is ON.
For details on removing and inserting cards, refer to "Maintenance Switches"
on page 4-4.
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Card Installation Positions
The unit cards are installed in the card slots in the S-ICX cabinet. Card Installation
Positions in a system are shown below:
Figure 4-1. Card Installation Positions
Slot
Card
CPC
CPC-HS,CPC-HM
FS1 to FS5
Trunks
Extensions
FS4
Digital
TBRI/4, PRI/30
Analog
LTRK/4, LTRK/8, AC15
Digital
DEC/8, DEC/16, DEC/24, SBRI/4, PRI/30
Analog
APEC/8, AEC/8
Options/Audio
MFR/8, CONF
Applications
VPU/4
FS5
ACD
IS2
SAEC/4, SAEC/8, SAPI
IS2
IS2
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SAPI in
the future)
SAEC/4,
SAEC/8
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Special Integrated Slot 1 (IS1)
8 DEC circuits are integrated on a mother board with DDK connectors as shown
above. These 8 DEC circuits are regarded as Integrated Slot(IS1) for programming
only, there is no actual card slot.
Special Integrated Slot 2
The special integrated slot 2 (IS 2) is built into the mother board with a connector.
The slot is reserved only for one SAEC/4, SAEC/8 or SAPI cards.
Figure 4-2. Special integrated slots.
CPC Card
Free Slots
Special Slot (IS 2)
DDK connectors for
8 DEC circuits (IS1)
P10
P11
P1
A
B
A
B
5
6
7
8
P5
Locking
tab
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B A BA
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1.
Remove the locking tab, located in the upper right corner, from the special IS 2
slot.
2.
Slide the SAEC/4, SAEC/8 or SAPI card three-quarters of the way into the slot.
3.
Attach the card ribbon cable to the connector on the backplane.
4.
Slide the card into the slot until secure.
5.
Reattach the special slot locking tab.
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Maintenance Switches
Guidelines
CAUTION:
• Check that the line busy lamp is off before removing the card. If the
lamp is on, the line will be disconnected when the card is removed.
• Check that the maintenance switch is off. After replacing the card in its
slot on completion of the maintenance work.
• Never attempt to remove any of the following cards while the system is
operating:
• CPC-HS card, CPC-HM card
• VPU/4 card
• ACD card
• API card, SAPI card
• SAEC/4 card, SAEC/8 card
• The following cards can be removed from and replaced in their slots even when
the system is operating (power is on) provided the maintenance switch is set to
ON (up).
• LTRK/8 card,
• TBRI/4 card,
•LTRK/4 card,
•PRI/30 card
•AC15 card
• When the maintenance switch is on, the cards are in the following state:
• Incoming calls are ignored;
• Outgoing calls are prevented;
• The line is disconnected on completion of any current call. So, additional
incoming calls are ignored and outgoing calls are prevented as soon as any
current call is completed.
The cards can be removed as soon as all circuits on the card are idle and the busy
lamps are off.
Note: The cards for extension line (DEC/8, DEC/16, DEC/24, AEC/4, AEC/8,
APEC, SBRI/4, MFR/8, and CONF Card) can be removed and replaced while the
system is operating. Because there are no busy lamps for calls on extension lines,
however, you cannot check the status of these lines. It is recommended that you
announce using paging, before removing the cards, to warn users that the lines will
be disconnected.
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Figure 4-3. Maintenance Switch positions (LTRK/4 card shown)
• Cards for the following extension lines can be removed and replaced while the
system is operating.
• DEC/8 card,
• AEC/8 card
• CONF card
• DEC/16 card,
• SBRI/4 card
• APEC/8 card
• DEC/24 card
• MFR/8 card
Note:Because there are no busy lamps for calls on extension lines, you cannot check
the status of these lines. We recommend using paging, before removing the cards, to
warn users that the lines will be disconnected.
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CPU card
CPC-HS card (VB-44440UK),
CPC-HM card (VB-44441UK)
CPC-HS/-HM
The CPC-HS card is a standard CPU card for systems supporting up to 32
extensions, and up to 78 ports. This card incorporates a 16-bit CPU.
The CPC-HM card is a high-level CPU unit for a system with up to 64 extensions,
and up to 132 ports.
The CPC card provides a time switch (9 HW x 9 HW), time switch, 4 sets of 3-party
conference circuits, service tone, a DTMF transmitter, an input terminal for external
Music-On-Hold and BGM source (RCA jack), EPA output (RCA jack), a connecting
terminal for synchronization package (VB-44460UK), and an interface connector for
a compact flash card. The system control program is downloaded to the internal
memory of the system through the compact flash card. Memory is retained with a
backup battery.
Figure 4-4. CPC-HM card
(ERA)
(MOH)
CPC-HS has only
one socket.
Note: CPC-HS does not have a BGM socket. A MOH socket is used for both BGM.
R351 = EPA output impedance (600Ω/high-impedance) setting (page 5-5)
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The following tables show switch settings and LED indicators for the CPC card.
Table 4-1. Switch settings of CPC card
SW No.
S1 : Black (MODE)
S2 : Red (RESET)
S3 : (CODE)
S4 : (RAM HOLD)
Description
Push switch for setting modes of system.
Push switch for resetting.
Rotary switch for setting startup mode of system.
Switch for selecting battery backup of memory.
Table 4-2. LED indications of CPC card
LED indication
(RUN)
(MJ)
(MN)
Description
Flashes red when Main Processing Unit (MPU) is operating.
Turns ON red when Major (MJ) alarm is detected.
Turns ON red when Minor (MN) alarm is detected.
Exchange Lines
The following cards are used with exchange lines:
• LTRK/8: Loop start exchange line interface card (8 ports)
• LTRK/4: Loop start exchange line interface card (4 ports)
• TBRI/4: T-point ISDN basic interface card (4 ports)
• PRI/30: T-point and S-point ISDN primary rate interface card (1 port)
• AC15/4: AC-15 tie line interface card (4 ports)
Install the correct type of cards in the CCU for the exchange lines that are to
be connected, then connect the exchange lines.
Loop Start Exchange Line card
LTRK/4 card (VB-44514UK)
LTRK/8 card (VB-44510UK)
LTRK/4&8
Guidelines
• Loop Start exchanges are connected to a LTRK/4 card(VB-44514UK) or LTRK/8
card(VB-44510UK) installed in a flexible slot of the CCU. The LTRK/4 card
provides for maximum of 4 exchange lines, and the LTRK/8 card provides 8
exchange line connections.
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• The maintenance switch(SW1) on the LTRK/4 or LTRK/8 card can be set so that
the card can be removed and installed while the systenm is operating. See page 42 for details on the maintenance switch.
• Table 4-1 shows the maximum numbers of cards and exchanges per system type.
Table 4-3. Maximum Loop Start Exchanges per system
System Type
Maximum Number of
Cards
Maximum No. of Loop
Start Exchange Lines
78 ports (CPC-HS)
5
1-40
132 port (CPC-HM)
5
1-40
The LTRK/8 card provides an 8 exchange line interface. It provides a lightening
arrestor and a safety circuit to directly connect with general telephone lines.
The LTRK/4 card provides an 4 exchange line interface. It provides a lightening
arrestor and a safety circuit to directly connect with general telephone lines.
Figure 4-5. LTRK/8 card
The following tables show switch settings and LED indications for the LTRK/4 card.
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Table 4-4. Maintenance switch (SW1) settings of LTRK/8 card
Setting
Description
ON
Card is in closed status, and can be mounted and removed when power is ON.
(Sending/receiving of calls is disabled. If this is set during speech, sending/receiving
of calls is disabled after the call ends.)
OFF (M-SW)
Normal operation (This switch is set to OFF for normal operation.)
Table 4-5. LED indications of LTRK/8 card
LED indication
Description
LED1 (LINE BUSY)
Turns ON when any exchange line on the card is in use.
Table 4-6. Pinout of DDK connector (CN3) on LTRK/8 card
CN No.
CN2
Line No. (DDK No.)
1
2
4
3
4
1
2
3
3
4
1
2
2
3
4
1
2
1
3
4
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Exchange Line No.
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Signal
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
Installation
1. Install the LTRK/4 or LTRK/8 card in any available flexible slot.
2. Connect one DDK connector per two exchange lines.
3. Pass the exchange lines with the DDK connectors through the wiring slot
in the CCU and connect them to the DDK connector on the LTRK/4 or
LTRK/8 card.
4. Connect FG(CCU) with LTRK/4 or LTRK/8 card using a screw and
washer.
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Figure 4-6. Connecting loop-start exchange lines
T-Point ISDN Interface card
TBRI/4 card (VB-44530UK)
TBRI/4
Guidelines
• T-point ISDN Basic Rate is accommodated by the TBRI/4 card which is installed
in a flexible slot. Four T-point ISDN lines can be connected to each TBRI/4 card.
• T-point ISDN is connected via a Network Termination Unit (NT1).
• T-point ISDN is connected to the TBRI/4 card using RJ-45 connector. See Figure
4-4 for the pin configuration of the RJ-45 connectors.
• The TBRI/4 card can be attached or detached when the power is turned ON by
setting the maintenance switch (SW4). See page 4-4 for details.
• When using T-point ISDN, you must install the synchronization package (VB44460UK) on a CPC-HS or CPC-HM card.
• Table 4-3 shows the maximum number of cards that can be installed with each
CPC size.
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Table 4-7. Maximum Number of T-Point ISDN interfaces per system
System Type (Processor)
Maximum Cards
Maximum Lines
(No. of channels)
78 ports (CPC-HS)
5
20/(40ch)
132 ports (CPC-HM)
5
20/(40ch)
Figure 4-7. TBRI/4 card
Table 4-8. Maintenance switch (SW2) settings of TBRI/4 card
Setting
Description
ON
Card is in closed status, and can be mounted and removed when the power is ON.
(Sending/receiving of calls is disabled. If this is set during speech, sending/receiving
of calls is disabled after speech ends.)
OFF
Normal operation (This switch is set to OFF for normal operation.)
Table 4-9. LED indication of TBRI/4 card
Switch position
LED indication
0
OFF (default setting when unit is shipped)
1
1st interface condition displayed by LAYER1 LED and LAYER2 LED
2
2nd interface condition displayed by LAYER1 LED and LAYER2 LED
3
3rd interface condition displayed by LAYER1 LED and LAYER2 LED
4
4th interface condition displayed by LAYER1 LED and LAYER2 LED
5 to 9
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• Circuit select switch (SW1) settings of TBRI/4 card
SW1 of the TBRI/4 enables you to display the status of the each interface
condition using LAYER1 LED (lights in red when synchronization is completed)
or LAYER2 LED (lights in red when DL (Data Link) is completed).
Four lines on one single card are connected to an ISDN of the same station.
Therefore, the remaining synchronizations are automatically completed when
synchronization has been completed in any one of the lines. Table shows the
settings of the line selection switch. Line Selection Switch (SW1: SELECT) on
TBRI/4 card TBRI/4 card.
Table 4-10. LED indication of TBRI/4 card
LED
indication
Description
LED1
(LINE BUSY)
Turns ON when exchange line is in use.
LED2
(SYNC)
Turns ON when network synchronisation clock is sent.
LED3
(LAYER1)
Turns ON when synchronisation is established.
LED4
(LAYER2)
Turns ON when data link (DL) is established.
Figure 4-8. Connection of T-Point ISDN Interface (BRI)
Connector (RJ45)
RJ45 cable
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TPRI/30
T-Point ISDN Interface card
TPRI/30 card (VB-44540UK)
Guidelines
• The T-point ISDN primary rate interface is accommodated on the PRI/30 card
which is installed in a flexible slot. You can connect one T-point ISDN primary
rate interface carrier to each PRI/30 card.
• By setting the switch and reprogramming, the PRI/30 card can also be set up as an
S-point ISDN primary rate or Q-SIG interface.
• The T-point ISDN primary rate interface connects to the switched network via a
subscriber unit.
• Depending on Dip switch SW2-2, the PRI/30 card can be set for "8-channel
mode" or "Other mode". When set for "Other mode" by Dip switch, you can also
specify three channel classifications: "1 to 16B+D", "1 to 24B+D"or "1 to
30B+D" by system configuration programming.
Table 4-11 shows the mode settings of the PRI/30 card.
Table 4-11. Mode Settings of PRI/30 card
Card Name
Switch Setting Mode
PRI/30 card
(Primary Rate
Interface)
8ch mode
Card Assignment/
No. of Channels Used
PRIT/8: 1 to 8B+D
PRIT/16: 1 to 16B+D
PRIT/24: 1 to 24B+D
PRIT/30: 1 to 30B+D
Other mode
• The T-point ISDN primary rate interface carrier line uses an 8-conductor modular
connector RJ45 connected to the PRI/30 card. See Figure 4-5 on page 4-8 for the
pin configuration of the 8-conductor modular connectors.
• The PRI/30 card can be attached or detached when the power is turned ON by
setting the maintenance switch (SW3). See page 4-4 for details.
• When installing a T-point ISDN primary rate interface, install the synchronization
package on the CPC-HS or CPC-HM card.
• The following table shows the maximum number of T-point ISDN primary rate
interfaces that can be installed in each system size.
Table 4-12. Maximum number of T-Point Primary Rate Interface cards per system
System Type
Maximum Cards
No. of B-channels
78 ports (CPC-HS)
1
30ch x 1=30ch
132 ports (CPC-HM)
2
30ch x 2=60ch
78 ports (CPC-HS)
5
8ch x 5=40ch
132 ports (CPC-HM)
5
8ch x 5=40ch
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Figure 4-9. PRI/30 card
Table 4-13. Maintenance switch (SW3) settings of PRI/30 card
Setting
ON
OFF
Description
Card is in closed status, and can be mounted and removed when power is ON.
(Sending/receiving of calls is disabled. If this is set during speech, sending/receiving
of calls is disabled after speech ends.)
Normal operation (This switch is set to OFF for normal operation.)
Installation of Sync. Package
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1.
Align the connector (P1) of the CPC-HS or CPC-HM card with the holes of
spacers and connect the SYNC synchronization package. See Figure 4-12 on
page 4-18 for how to install the SYNC synchronization package.
2.
Insert the CPC-HS or CPC-HM card in the specified slot.
3.
Set the DIP switch (SW2-1) of the PRI/30 card ON (exchange).
4.
Set the DIP switch (SW2-2) of the PRI/30 card as shown in Table 4-6.
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Table 4-14. Switch setting for SW2 on PRI/30 Card
Switch No.
Function
SW2-1
ON
Set to "Exchange" for T-point.
OFF
Set to "extension" for S-point.
ON
Set to "Other mode". Can be used with the programmed number (1 to
16B+D or 1 to 30B+D) of channels.
OFF
Set to "8-channel mode". Can be used with 1 to 8B + D channels.
SW2-2
5.
Set SW1 on the PRI/30 card according to the following table.
Note: These switch settings correspond to the distance between the S-ICX and
the CSU. To turn a switch on, set it to the "up" position.
Table 4-15. Switch settings for SW1 on the PRI/30 card
Switch No.
SW1-1
SW1-2
SW1-3
SW1-4
SW1-5
SW1-6
SW1-7
SW1-8
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0 to 150 ft.
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ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
150 to 450 ft.
(45m to 135m)
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Not used
450 to 655 ft.
(135m to 200m)
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
6.
Insert the PRI/30 card into the specified flexible slot (see page 2-16)
7.
Connect the 8-conductor modular jack (RJ45) via the CSU to the T-point ISDN
primary rate carrier line.
8.
Pass the T-point ISDN rate carrier wires with 8-conductor modular jack (RJ45)
through the wiring aperture of the cabinet and connect it to the modular
connector on the PRI/30 card.
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Figure 4-10. Connection of T-Point ISDN Primary Rate Interface (PRI)
Table 4-16. LED indications of PRI/30 card
LED indication
LED1
(LINE BUSY)
LED8
(SYNC)
LED3
(SLIP)
LED6
(YEL/RAI)
LED4
(AIS)
LED7
(CFA)
LED5
(OOF)
LED2
(LOOP)
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Description
Turns ON when B channel is in use.
Turns ON when set to abstracting Network synchronising clock.
Turns ON when SLIP abnormality is detected.
Turns ON when receiving YELLOW alarm signal.
Turns ON when receiving AIS signal.
Turns ON during RED alarm.
Turns ON when frame failure is detected.
Turns ON when loop back. (Connect TA, TB to RA, RB for test purpose.)
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SYNC Package/Network Unit
SYNC package (VB-44460UK)
SYNC
The SYNC package supplies a network synchronizing circuit, and is required when a
digital circuit, such as ISDN, is used.
The SYNC package generates a PCM clock that is synchronized with a digital
network by the PLL circuit, supplying the PCM clock to the CPC-HS or CPC-HM
card.
The SYNC package is mounted on either the CPC-HS or CPC-HM card.
For details on how to mount the SYNC package, see page 4-18.
Figure 4-11. SYNC Package
Table 4-11 shows the LED indications.
Table 4-17. LED indications of SYNC package
LED indication
LED1 (SYNC)
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Installation
1.
Align the connector (P1) of the CPC-HS card or CPC-HM card with the holes of
spacers and connect the synchronization package (VB-44460UK).
Figure 4-12. Installation of Sync Package
CPC-HS or CPC-HM
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2.
Insert the CPC-HS or CPC-HM card in the specified slot.
3.
Insert the TBRI/4 card or PRI 30 card in an available flexible slot.
4.
Connect the 8-conductor modular jack (RJ45) via the NT1 to the T-point ISDN
interface.
5.
Pass the T-point ISDN wires with 8-conductor modular jack (RJ45) through the
wiring aperture in the main unit and connect it to the modular connector on the
card.
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AC15 Tie Line Interface
AC15/4
AC15 card (VB-44570UK)
Guidelines
• AC-15 tie lines are connected to the AC15/4 card installed in a flexible
slot. You can connect four AC-15 tie lines to each AC15/4 card.
• Connect the AC-15 tie lines to the AC15/4 card using a DDK connector.
• The AC15/4 card can be installed and removed when the power is turned
ON by using the maintenance switch (SW1).
• The table below shows the maximum number of cards and lines that can be
installed in each system.
Table 4-18. Maximum number of AC-15 tie lines per system
System Type
Maximum Cards
78 ports (CPC-HS)
132 ports (CPC-HM)
5
5
Maximum Lines
(No. of channels)
1-20
1-20
• The table below shows the pin configuration of the DDK connector (CN3)
on the AC15/4 card.
Table 4-19. Pin Configuration of DDK Connector (CN3) on AC15/4 Card
CN No.
CN3
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1
2
4
3
4
1
2
3
3
4
1
2
2
3
4
1
2
1
3
4
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Signal name
TX2
TX1
RX2
RX1
TX2
TX1
RX2
RX1
TX2
TX1
RX2
RX1
TX2
TX1
RX2
RX1
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The AC15 card has four AC-15 tie line interfaces, and handles the following:
•
•
•
•
detection and response to call signals from other PBXs
outgoing calls to the AC-15 tie line
dial transmission
conversations
As the AC15 card has a built-in lightning protector, it can be connected directly to
the AC15 circuit.
Figure 4-13. AC15 card
Tables 4-20, 4-21 and 4-22 show the switch settings and LED indications.
Table 4-20. Maintenance switch (SW1) settings of AC15 card
Setting
Description
ON
Card is in closed status, and can be mounted and removed when the power is ON.
(Sending/receiving of calls is disabled. If this is set during speech, sending/receiving
of calls is disabled after speech ends.)
OFF
Normal operation (This switch is set to OFF for normal operation.)
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1. Set the dip switches on the AC15/4 card as indicated in the table below.
Table 4-21. AC15/4 Card Dip Switch Settings
Switch No. Setting
For incoming calls loss plan
1
2
3
4
SW101,
SW201,
SW301,
SW401
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
Loss plan
with in card
+1dB
-1dB
-3dB
-5dB
-7dB
Remarks
Initial value
Note: Gain is obtained in a card only for the amount of wiring loss.
For outgoing calls loss plan
1
2
3
4
SW102,
SW202,
SW302,
SW402
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
Loss plan
with in card
+4dB
+2dB
0dB
-2dB
-4dB
Remarks
Initial value
Note: Gain is obtained in a card only for the amount of wiring loss.
2. Install the AC15/4 card in any available flexible slot.
3. Attach the DDK connector to the AC-15 tie line.
4. Connect the AC-15 tie line with the DDK connector attached through the
wiring aperture in the CCU to the DDK connector of the AC15/4 card
(CN3 connector).
Table 4-22. LED indications of AC15 card
LED
indication
Description
LED1
(LINE BUSY)
Turns ON when AC-15 card is in use. Turns ON when at least 1 of 4 circuits is in
use.
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Figure 4-14. Connection of AC-15 tie line
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Extensions
The following cards are used with extensions:
• DEC/8
VB-44610UK: Digital key phone interface card (8 ports)
• DEC/16 VB-44612UK: Digital key phone interface card (16 ports)
• DEC/24 VB-44613UK: Digital key phone interface card (24 ports)
• APEC/8 VB-44660UK: SBS/A series key telephone interface card
(8 ports)
• AEC/8
VB-44620UK: Standard telephone (SLT) extension interface
card (8 ports)
• SAEC/4 VB-44621UK: Standard telephone (SLT) extension interface
card (4 ports) (special slot).
• SAEC/8 VB-44622UK: Standard telephone (SLT) extension interface
card (8 ports) (special slot).
• SBRI/4
VB-44630: S-point ISDN basic interface card (4 ports)
• PRI/30
VB-44540UK: T-point and S-point ISDN primary rate interface
card (1 port/30 channels)
Install the correct type of cards in the cabinet for the extensions that are to be
connected, then connect the extensions.
The following describes how to connect the respective types of extensions.
Digital Extension Cards
DEC/8/16/24
(VB-44610UK/VB-44612UK/VB-44613UK)
Guidelines
• Digital extensions are connected to a DEC card installed in a flexible slot
of the CCU. A maximum of 8/16/24 extensions can be connected to each
DEC/8/16/24 card respectively.
• Connect digital extension wires to digital key phones via secondary
sockets (LJU).
• Locate digital key phones within 240m wiring distance from the CCU. The
maximum loop circuit resistance is 40 ohms.
• DEC/8/16/24 cards can be removed and replaced while the system is operating.
We recommend however before removing any cards that you pre-worn the users.
• The following table shows the maximum numbers of cards and extensions per
system type.
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The DEC/8 DEC/16 DEC/24 card is an interface for digital key telephones (1B+D:
64 kbps + 16 kbps).
The DEC/8 DEC/16 DEC/24 card is mounted in a flexible slot to connect digital
extension line terminals (1B+D: digital multi-function telephones and DSSs).
The DEC/16 card accommodates a 16-circuit extension port interface.
The DEC/24 card accommodates a 24-circuit extension port interface.
The connection format is 2-wire nonpolarised star wiring.
The major specifications are as follows:
• Supply voltage and current to telephone terminal: maximum +24V/200mA
• Allowable wiring distance: maximum 240m
• Maximum loop resistance is 40 ohms to EM/24 and key handsets;
maximum 20 ohms with loop to DSS/72 and Voice Recognition Telephone.
Figure 4-15. DEC/8DEC/16DEC/24 card
EXT. 15,16
EXT. 13,14
EXT. 11,12
EXT. 9,10
EXT. 7,8
EXT. 5,6
EXT. 3,4
EXT. 1,2
Table 4-23. Maximum cards and digital (and analog) extensions per system
System Type
78 ports (CPC-HS)
132 ports (CPC-HM)
DEC8
2
5
DEC16
0
32(2)
DE24
0
48(2)
Total
16
48
• The following table shows the pinout of the DDK connector (CN4) on the
DEC/8 card.
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Table 4-24. Pinout of DDK connector (CN3) on DEC/8 card
CN No.
CN3
Line No. (DDK No.)
1
2
4
3
4
1
2
3
3
4
1
2
2
3
4
1
2
1
3
4
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Extension port
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Signal
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
• If you are installing a DSS or EM24, connect them to a digital extension
card.
Installation
1. Install the DEC/8/16/24 card in any available flexible slot.
2. Connect one DDK connector per two extension wire pairs.
3. Pass the extension wires with the DDK connectors through the wiring slot
in the CCU and connect them to the DDK connector on the DEC/8/16/24
card.
4. Connect internal lines “B” and “A” to “pin 4” and “pin3” of the
secondary socket (LJU).
5. Use the supplied extension cord to connect the digital key phone to the
secondary socket (LJU).
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Figure 4-16. Connecting digital extensions
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Analog Proprietary Extension card
APEC/8
SBS/A-series Proprietary Extension card
APEC card (VB-44660UK)
The APEC/8 card is an interface card for SBS or VB-9 / A-series proprietary
key telephones. A maximum of 8 extensions can be connected to each APEC/
8 card.
The APEC/8 card is mounted in a flexible slot. This card accommodates 8extensions. The connection is 4-wires to each extension.
The major specifications are as follows:
• Supply voltage and current to telephone terminal: maximum +24V/150mA
• Allowable wiring distance: 240m
• Maximum Impedance: 40 ohms for key telephones.
For details on connections, see page 4-19.
Installation Guidelines
• DISA Unit or DSS Console for SBS series, DSS Console or Digital
Memory Unit for A-series are not available to connect this interface
card.
• Connect extension wires to key phones via secondary sockets (LJU).
• Locate key phones within 240m from the CCU. The maximum loop circuit
resistance is 40 ohms.
• APEC/8 cards can be removed and replaced while the system is operating.
DEC/8/16/24 cards can be removed and replaced while the system is operating.
We recommend however before removing any cards that you pre-worn the users.
• Table 4-12 shows the maximum numbers of cards and extensions per system
type.
• If AC15 line is installed, don’t set Network Flash Send via “I-Use” Trunk
key (FF1001-0027) to “1=Send Network Flash”. Otherwise Normal Flash
cannot be sent from A-series key telephone.
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Table 4-25. Maximum Cards and analog extension s per system.
System Type
78 ports (CPC-HS)
132 ports (CPC-HM)
Maximum No.
of Cards
2
5
Maximum number
of extensions
16
40
• The following table shows the pinout of the DDK connector (CN3, CN4)
on the APEC/8 card.
Figure 4-17. APEC/8 card
•
If you are installing a DSS or EM24, connect them to the digital extension cards.
Installation
1. Install the analog extension card in any available flexible slot.
2. Connect one DDK connector per two extension wire pairs.
3. Pass the internal lines with the DDK connectors through the wiring slot in
the CCU and connect them to the DDK connector on the APEC/8 card.
4. Connect extension wires “B (R)” and “A (T)” to “pin3” and “pin2”, “L ”
and “H” to “pin1” and “pin4”of a secondary socket (LJU).
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Figure 4-18. Connecting SBS/A-series
Necessary Programming
1.
Free Slot Assignment
FF01-(1-6)(01-12)Hold (1-99)Hold
Setting
Card type
Value
30
APEC/8
SBS/A series Interface card
2.
Phone Type
FF30-BSSC 00 (1) Hold
1= Digital Key Phone, SLT, SBS, VB-9, or A series key phone
Note: Step 1 and Step 2 will be set by S-ICX during Auto Configuration.
3.
Flash Operation
A series key phone doesn’t have FL/R key. To send flash signal to Exchange
line, press Exchange line/MCO key which is assigned on FF key and is in use
status(light Green).
A-series key phone has RECALL button. This button sends the same Flash
signal as pressing Exchange line/MCO key during a talk.
F30 BSSC 0429 Hold (1) Hold
1=Send Flash to Exchange line
4.
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In case of SBS proprietary key telephone, use the same Digital Pad Class as
ICX, DBS key telephone. (Class 3).
Set each extension ports for A-series key telephone as Digital Pad Class 7.
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F30 BSSC 08 Hold (7) Hold
7=Pad Class 7
5.
UK
FF key Assignment
Depends on key phone, the maximum COs available to assign on FF keys are as
follows;
Phone
Max.
Number
Phone
Max.
Number
VB-9211UK
6
VB-9211DSUK
6
VB-9411UK
12
VB-9411DSUK
12
Phone
Max.
Number
VB-9411ADSUK
12
Note: In case of 6 FF key Telephone, assign Exchange line keys on FF1-FF6.
Don’t assign Exchange line keys on FF7-FF24.
If Exhcange line key is assigned on FF25-FF32, those Exchagne line keys become
Non-appearance Exchange line key.
In case of 12 FF key Telephone, assign Exchange line keys on FF1-FF12.
Don’t assign Exchange line keys on FF13-FF24.
If Exhcange line key is assigned on FF25-FF32, those Exchagne line keys become
Non-appearance Exchange line key.
6.
Function key Assignment
Function keys which are not equipped on A-series or SBS key telephone can be
assigned to free FF keys if required. These are:
Function
Default for Feature Access Code
CONF key
*36
Program key
*38
Recall key
*39
Note: Recall key code(*39) must be entered from Programming Mode.
Note: System Programming is available from VB-9411ADS Alphanumeric
telephone only.
Conditions
• Don’t use 7segment type proprietary key telephone for ACD system.
• In case of 7segment type proprietary key telephone, when # key is pressed,
is displayed and when* key is pressed, is displayed on LCD.
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• Alphanumeric Display phone
On Line
CO
MM
01
MM: Minute
• When the exchangeline conversation starts, [00] is displayed. One minute elapses,
itcahnges to [01].
At [59], it will return to [00].
• 7segment type prorietary key telephone displays CO call duration as follows;
MM
MM: Minute
• A-series key phone cannot use [Hot Dial Pad] feature.
• SBS key phone can use [Hot Dial Pad] feature.
Analog Extension cards
AEC card (VB-44620UK)
AEC/8
SAEC/8,SAEC/4
Special Analog Extension cards
SAEC/8 card (VB-44622UK)/ SAEC/4 card (VB-44621UK)
The AEC/8 card is an extension line interface unit for standard telephones (SLT).
The AEC/8 card is mounted on a flexible slot to connect a standard telephone (SLT)
to the system.
The AEC/8 card has an 8-circuit analog extension line interface, and provides such
functions as call signals from a standard SLT, detection of dialing (10 pps/DTMF),
and speech.
The SAEC/8 card has a 8-circuit analog extension line interface, and provides the
same function as AEC/8. This card has the special ribbon cable to connect to IS2
slot. This card cannot be installed into Flexible Slot 1-5. SAEC/4 has four circuits.
The supply voltage to a standard SLT is +24V; a ringer circuit is built-in.
The duration of one call-up signal from the built-in ringer circuit is a maximum one
second. Control is in three phases when eight exchange lines are simultaneously
called up: the first phase for the first to third circuits, the second phase for the fourth
to sixth circuit, and the third phase for the seventh and eighth circuits.
The major specifications are as follows:
•
•
•
•
•
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Loop resistance: 100 Ohms or less
Ringer signal frequency: 25Hz rectangular wave
REN: 2
CPC (Positive AEC Disconnect) control possible
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• Ring trip detection possible
Figure 4-19. AEC/8 card
Installation Guidelines
• Analog extensions are connected to an AEC/8 card installed in a flexible
slot of the main unit, or SAEC4/8 card installed in a IS2. A maximum of 8
internal lines can be connected to each AEC/8 or SAEC/8card, maximum
of 4 internal lines can be connected to a SAEC/4 card.
• Connect analog internal lines to SLT via master sockets (LJU) or US Type
secondary socket.
• Loop resistance:1.6km, Wire-Diameter 0.5mm, Telephone resistance 120
ohms.
• Four DTMF signal reception circuits are mounted on the CPC-HS or CPCHM card. For this reason, the DTMF-telephone connection is possible. if
more than the number of mounted circuits is required, add the MFR/8 card
to the flexible slot.
• SAEC/4 or SAEC/8 cards cannot be removed and replaced while the
system is operating.
• AEC/8 cards can be removed and replaced while the system is operating.
However, because there are no busy lamps for extensions, you cannot
check the status of these lines. We recommend using paging, etc., before
removing the cards, to warn users that the lines will be disconnected.
• The pinout of the DDK connector on the AEC card is identical to that of
the DEC/8 card.
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Maximum extensions available for each systems is as follows;
Table 4-26. Maximum Cards and analog extension s per system
System Type
Maximum digital
extensions
(8 initially installed)
Maximum SLTs
(including SAEC/8)
78 ports (CPC-HS)
24
24
132 ports (CPC-HM)
56
48
Installation
Figure 4-20. Connecting analog extensions
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1.
Install the analog extension card in any available flexible slot.
2.
Connect one DDK connector per two extension wires.
3.
Pass the internal lines with the DDK connectors through the wiring slot in the
CCU and connect them to the DDK connector on the AEC card.
4.
Connect extension wires “B” and “A” to “pin5” and “pin2” of the master socket
(LJU).
5.
Use the two-conductor cable to connect the SLT to the master socket (LJU).
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BRI cards (S-point)
S-point ISDN Basic Rate (VB-44630)
SBRI/4
The SBRI/4 card is a basic interface (2B+D: 144 kbps) accommodating card for Spoint IDSN.
The SBRI/4 card is mounted on a flexible slot to accommodate terminal extension
lines of the basic user network interface of an ISDN terminal.
The system supplies +40V to the ISDN terminal which is mounted for extension
lines.
The SBRI/4 card has an on-board 4-circuit S-point ISDN basic interface, and a
lightning arrester.
Figure 4-21. SBRI/4 card
The following tables show switch settings and LED indications of the SBRI/4 card.
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Table 4-27. Settings of circuit selection switch SBRI/4 card
Switch Position
LED Indication
0
OFF (default setting when unit is shipped)
1
1st interface condition displayed by LAYER1 LED and LAYER2 LED
2
2nd interface condition displayed by LAYER1 LED and LAYER2 LED
3
3rd interface condition displayed by LAYER1 LED and LAYER2 LED
4
4th interface condition displayed by LAYER1 LED and LAYER2 LED
5 to 0
Not available
Table 4-28. LED indications SBRI/4 card
LED indication
Description
LED3 (LAYER1)
Turns ON when synchronization is established
LED4 (LAYER2)
Turns ON when DL (Data Link) is established
Guidelines
• S-point ISDN is accommodated by the SBRI/4 card, which is installed in the
flexible slot. Four S-point ISDN lines can be connected to each SBRI/4 card.
• S-point ISDN is connected to the SBRI/4 card using 8-conductor modular
connectors. See Figure 4-22 on page 4-36 for the pin configuration of the 8conductor modular connectors (RJ45).
• Setting the rotary switch SW1 of the SBRI/4 enables you to display the status of
the selected circuits using the LED. Set it the same way you would set the TBRI/4
card. See Table on page 4-14 for details.
• The SBRI/4 card can be attached or detached when the power is turned ON.
Confirmation during the extension conversation is not possible. Therefore,
announcements made using paging need to be made when attaching or detaching.
See page 4-2 for details.
• The system supplies -40V to the ISDN terminal, which is connected to the SPoint Interface card. Although output is limited so that the terminals which
operate upon “Restricted Mode” (420mw) are available to operate by this power
supply.
• The table below shows the maximum number of cards that can be installed in
each system size.
Table 4-29. Maximum Number of S-point ISDN Interfaces per system
System Type
Maximum Cards
Maximum Lines
(No. of channels)
78 ports (CPC-HS)
5
20/40
132 ports (CPC-HM)
5
20/40
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Installation
1.
Insert the SBRI/4 card in an available flexible slot.
2.
Connect the 8-conductor modular jack to the S-point ISDN wires from the ISDN
terminal equipment.
3.
Pass the S-point ISDN wires with 8-conductor modular jack through the wiring
aperture in the cabinet and connect it to the modular connector on the SBRI/4
card.
Figure 4-22. Connection of S-point ISDN Interface (SBRI)
RJ45 cable
Point to Multi-Point Connection
Point to Multi-Point connection is available in S-point BRI.
If you use Point to Multi-Point connection, wiring length limitation is different
depending on the program setting. (Passive Bus: FF3 1 BSSC 0202)
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Table 4-30. Point to Multi-Point wiring length limitations
FF3 1 BSSC 02 02 Hold
(0 or 1) Hold
0: Short distance away
1: Long distance away
Wire
Distance
High Impedance wire (Zo = 150 ohms)
Max. = 200 m.
Low Impedance wire (Zo = 75 ohms)
Max. = 100 m
Maximum = 1 km.
The distance between terminal equipments must be connected within
25-50 m in order to restrict delay of the signal.
Figure 4-23. Point to Multi-Point connection (long distance away)
S-Point ISDN Primary Rate Interface card
PRI/30
PRI/30 card (VB-44540UK)
Guidelines
• The T-point ISDN primary rate interface carrier line is accommodated on the PRI/
30 card which is installed in the flexible slot. You can connect one T-point ISDN
primary rate interface carrier to each PRI/30 card.
• By setting the switch and reprogramming, the PRI/30 card can also be set up as an
S-point ISDN primary rate interface.
• The T-point ISDN primary rate interface carrier line connects to the switched
network via a CSU.
• Depending on Dip switch SW2-2, the PRI/30 card can be set for "8-channel
mode" or "Other mode". When set for "Other mode" you can also specify three
channel classifications: "1 to 16B+D" or "1 to 30B+D".
• Table 4-11 shows the mode settings of the PRI/30 card.
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Table 4-31. Mode Settings of PRI/30 card
Card Name
Switch Setting Mode
PRI/30 card
(Primary Rate
Interface)
8ch mode
Other mode
Card Assignment/
No. of Channels Used
PRIT/8: 1 to 8B+D
PRIT/16: 1 to 16B+D
PRIT/30: 1 to 30B+D
• The S-ICX can accommodate a maximum of 8 communication channels per
flexible slot. If you set the number of channels to nine or more, there is a limit on
the number of cards that can be installed in the other slots. (See Table 4-12
for details.)
• The T-point ISDN primary rate interface carrier line uses an 8-conductor modular
connector, and is connected to the PRI/30 card. See Figure 4-5 on page 4-12 for
the pin configuration of the 8-conductor modular connectors.
• The PRI/30 card can be attached or detached when the power is turned ON by
setting the maintenance switch (SW3). See page 4-2 for details.
• When installing a T-point ISDN primary rate interface, install the synchronization
package on the CPC-HS or CPC-HM card.
• The CPC-HS or CPC-HM card cannot be inserted or removed when the power is
turned ON . Always turn the power OFF when inserting or removing.
• The following table shows the maximum number of T-point ISDN primary rate
interfaces that can be installed in each system size.
Table 4-32. Maximum number of T-Point Primary Rate Interface cards per system
System Type
CPC-HS
PRI card channel mode selection
Maximum cards
PRI card 8ch Use
5
PRI card other channel mode use
1
(16/24/31)
CPC-HM
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5
PRI card other channel mode use
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Figure 4-24.
Connection of S-point ISDN Primary Rate Interface (PRI)
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8 DTMF Receiver Card
MFR/8 card (VB-44110UK)
MFR/8
The MFR/8 card is a receiving circuit accommodating card for DTMF signals.
The MFR/8 card is mounted in an option slot or flexible slot to receive DTMF
signals which are sent from a standard telephone (SLT) to an extension line. The
MFR/8 card also can receive DTMF signals sent from an exchange line.
All MFR/8 cards can be mounted in the same cabinet. The following table shows the
relationship between the number of system ports and the maximum number of
DTMF cards.
Table 4-31. Maximum number of DTMF cards
Port Number
1 to 132 (1 cab.)
Max. number of cards
2
Figure 4-25. MFR/8 card
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8-Party Conference Card
CONF card (VB-44120UK)
CONF
The CONF card is conference speech card. It is mounted in a flexible slot, and
supports up to four 8-party conferences simultaneously.
Only one CONF card can be mounted into each cabinet. Slot limitations and
restrictions apply; see pg. 3-14 for more information.
Figure 4-26. CONF card
The following table shows the required switch settings for the CONF card.
Table 4-33. CONF Card switch settings
SW1
SW2
SW3
Usage
OFF
OFF
OFF
one 8-party conference circuit available
OFF
ON
OFF
two 8-party conference circuits available
OFF
OFF
ON
three 8-party conference circuits available
OFF
ON
ON
four 8-party conference circuits available
NOTES:
Three-party conferences are controlled by the CPU card and do not require the CONF card.
Maximum eight simultaneous 3-party conferences can occur in a system.
An 8-party conference will use one of the 3-party conference circuits until a 4th party is added
to the conference; then the 3-party circuit is released (available for other use).
Also, if the number of members drops below four during the conference, a 3-party conference
circuit is reseized.
CONF card switch settings must match Free Slot Assignment in programming
(address: 01 [1] [01-05] Hold [52-55] Hold), or 8-party conferencing will not work.
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ACD Card
ACD card (VB-44140UK)
ACD
The ACD card is an Automatic Call Distribution (ACD) card which is mounted in
the CCU.
By using the ACD card with one VPU/4 card (VB-44160UK), simplified ACD
functions such as the incoming call distributing function and processed call number
information for each terminal can be supported.
MIS(Management Information System) reports can be sent (output through an RS232C port) to either a printer or PC computer. This port is mounted in the ACD unit.
This port requires a dedicated RS-232C cable.
Only one ACD card can be mounted in a system.
For more information on ACD card installation and the Built-In ACD option in
general, see Section 520: Built-In ACD Reference.
Figure 4-27. ACD card
The following tables show switch settings and LED indications of the ACD card.
Table 4-34. Switch settings of ACD card
Switch No.
Setting
Description
SW1
BACK UP
Set when retaining RAM data.
INITIAL
Set when clearing RAM data.
ON LINE
Normal operation (set to ON LINE during regular operation)
OFF LINE
Not used.
SW2
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Table 4-35 LED indications of ACD card
LED indication
Description
LED1 (CPU RUN)
Blinks when the CPU is in operation.
4-port Voice Processing Card
VPU-4 card (VB-44140UK)
VPU/4
This card can be used as a voice processing card for ACD when combined with the
ACD card (VB-44140UK). The VPU/4 card and ACD card (VB-44140) can be
installed together in a cabinet to support ACD.
Figure 4-28. VPU/4 card
The following table describes LED indications.
Table 4-36. LED indications of VPU/4 card
LED indication
Description
LED1-LED4 (RUN)
Blinks when the CPU is in operation.
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Special API Card
SAPI card (VB-44132)
SAPI
The SAPI card is an interface card for 3rd-party applications such as enhanced voice
mail, ACD, and CTAPI.
The external interface is an RS-232C port (maximum 19200 bps).
Only one SAPI card is mounted on the mother board with a special cable.
Figure 4-29. API card
The following tables show switch settings and LED indications of the API card.
Table 4-37. Maintenance switch (SW1) settings of API card
Setting
Description
ON (top)
Card is closed and can be mounted and removed when power is ON. (Sending/
receiving of calls is disabled. If this is set during speech, sending/receiving of calls
is disabled after speech ends.)
OFF (bottom)
Normal operation. (This switch is set to OFF for normal operation.)
Table 4-38. Internal diagnosis switch (SW2) settings of API card
Setting
Description
ON (top)
Normal operation (This switch is set to ON for normal operation.)
OFF (bottom)
Normal operation (This switch is set to OFF for normal operation.)
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Table 4-39 Memory backup switch (SW3) settings of API card
Setting
Description
ON (top)
Self-diagnosis API card
OFF (bottom)
Can delete memory data of API card.
Table 4-40. LED indications of API card
LED indication
Description
LED1 (RUN)
Flashes green when LPU is operating.
API Card
API card (VB-44131)
API
The API card is an interface card for applications such as voice mail and ACD.
The external interface is an RS-232C port (maximum 19200 bps).
Only one API card can be mounted for each system. This sheet is mounted to on
option slot (OP1 or OP2) or on an expansion slot (FS1 to FS12).
Figure 4-30. API card
Maintenance switch (SW1) settings of API card
Setting
Description
ON (top)
Card is closed and can be mounted and removed when power is ON. (Sending/
receiving of calls is disabled. If this is set during speech, sending/receiving of
calls is disabled after speech ends.)
OFF (bottom)
Normal operation (This switch is set to OFF for normal operation.)
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Table 4-41. Internal diagnosis switch (SW2) settings of API card
Setting
Description
ON (top)
Normal operation (This switch is set to ON for normal operation.)
OFF (bottom)
Normal operation (This switch is set to OFF for normal operation.)
Table 4-42. LED indications of API card
LED indication
Description
LED1
(RUN)
Flashes green when LPU is operating.
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Chapter 5. Peripheral Equipment
This chapter describes how to install and connect DSS consoles, doorphone adaptors,
and other peripheral equipment. It also explains how to replace the CPC card’s
backup battery.
Note: The
symbol, appearing in this chapter next to a Card Name, indicates that
the card must not be removed or inserted while the power is ON.
Music-On-Hold (MOH)
CPC-HS or CPC-HM card
Guidelines
• To provide music-on-hold (MOH), a music source such as a CD player or tape
recorder can be connected to the MOH input of a CPC-HS or CPC-HM card
installed in the CPC slots of the CCU.
• CPC-HS and CPC-HM cards cannot be installed and removed while the CCU is
operating. Turn the power off first.
• The maximum input impedance of the MOH input (CN4: RCA) is 10 kohms. The
maximum input signal level is -10 dB.
Installation
1.
Connect one end of an RCA pin cable (2-core shielded cable) to theCN4 (RCA)
connector on the CPC-HS or CPC-HM card.
2.
Connect the other end of the RCA pin cable to the output (AUX) of a music
source such as a CD player or tape recorder.
Note: Fit the appropriate connector (RCA or mini-plug, etc.) as required to the end
of the RCA pin cable to suit your music source.
Figure 5-1. Installation of Music-On-Hold source - -HM card shown
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Background Music (BGM)
CPC-HS, CPC-HM
Guidelines
• CPC-HS has one music souce input for BGM and MOH.
• A music source such as a CD player or tape recorder can be connected to the
BGM input (RCA) of a CPC card.
• The maximum input impedance of the BGM input (CN4: RCA) is 10 kohms. The
maximum input signal level is -10 dB.
Installation
1.
Connect one end of an RCA pin cable (2-core shielded cable) to the CN4 (RCA)
connector on the CPC card.
2.
Connect the other end of the RCA pin cable to the output (AUX) of a music
source such as a CD player or tape recorder.
Note: Fit the appropriate connector (RCA or mini-plug, etc.), as required, to the end
of the RCA pin cable to suit your music source.
Figure 5-2. Installation of background music source
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Paging
CPC-HS, CPC-HM
CAUTION:
• Turn the power switch and the external breaker OFF, and disconnect the
AC cable before installing the Paging equipment.
Guidelines
• Paging can be performed by connecting a paging amplifier, relays, and speakers
to an CPC-HS or CPC-HM card.
• CPC-HS or CPC-HM cards cannot be installed and removed while the cabinet is
operating. Turn the power off first.
• The paging amplifier, relays, and speakers are not provided with the S-ICX and
must therefore be purchased separately.
• Table 5-1 shows the pinout of the external connector J3 (RCA Jack) of the CPCHS or CPC-HM card. P1 to P5 of the mother board controls external paging
equipment (pulse output). P5 pins 1 and 2 (loop) control the actual paging port.
J3 (CPC-HS and CPC-HM) represent the actual paging port (for voice bus).
Table 5-1. External Page Connectors
Connector/Pin
No.
Signal
Description
Location
P8-P05
P5
External paging control output 5
(withstand voltage: 30V)
Mother
Board
P8-P04
P4
External paging control output 4
(withstand voltage: 30V)
Mother
Board
P8-P03
P3
External paging control output 3
(withstand voltage: 30V)
Mother
Board
P8-P02
P2
External paging control output 2
(withstand voltage: 30V)
Mother
Board
P8-P01
P1
External paging control output 1
(withstand voltage: 30V)
Mother
Board
P5-1 (loop)
MB
External paging control output B
(relay loop make contact: maximum current: 2A)
CPC-HS,
CPC-HM
P5-2 (loop)
MA
External paging control output A
(relay loop common contact: maximum current: 2A)
CPC-HS,
CPC-HM
J3
B
External paging I/O B RCA Jack
CPC-HS,
CPC-HM
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Installation
1.
Set R351 on the CPC-HS and CPC-HM card to match the output impedance of
the connected device. See Table 5-2 for settings.
Table 5-2. Settings of R351 on CPC-HS and CPC-HM card
R351
Position
Setting
Initial
External paging device output impedance: 600 Ohms
Cut
External paging device output impedance: high impedance (default when
shipped)
2.
Prepare a cable with a DDK connector and connect one end of it to P5 (loop) on
CPC.
3.
Connect the other end of the cable to the paging amplifier, relays, and speakers.
4.
To install external paging:
• Connect external paging loop control to P1-P5.
• Connect dry contact leads for external paging to the mother board terminals,
which include P8-P01, P8-P02, P8-P03, P8-P04, P8-P05. (See Table 5-1 on
page 5-3 for additional information.)
Figure 5-3. Connection of paging device
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PC Customization Tool
Guidelines
• A PC can be connected to the mother board to customize the setup without using
a telephone for customization.
• If you are using a PC for customizing the setup, a Windows® 95/98/2000/NT
(Not 3.x) -based computer is required.
• Prepare an RS-232C cable.
• To send data from a PC to the main unit, you will need the PC customization
software, Windows®, and a 3.5-inch 2HD floppy disk (formatted for Windows®)
for saving the customization data.
• Table 5-3 shows the pinout for the RS-232C port (CN5 and CN6) of the cabinet
mother board.
Table 5-3. RS-232C port (P6 and P7) pinout of mother board
Connector Pin No.
Signal
IN/OUT
Description
1
CD
-
Not used
2
RD
IN
3
TD
OUT
Send data
4
DTR
OUT
Ready signal from PBX
5
SG
-
Signal ground
6
DSR
IN
Data set ready
7
RTS
OUT
8
CTS
IN
9
FG
-
Receive data
Request to send
Clear to send
Not used
Making an RS-232C Cable
Depending on the RS-232C connector on your PC, you will need to make one of the
following RS-232C cables.
• D-SUB 9-pin to D-SUB 25-pin: If your PC is equipped with a 25-pin D-SUB
RS-232C connector, make a cable as shown in Figure 5-4. The cable should be
less than 15m long.
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Figure 5-4. Connections for D-SUB 9-pin to D-SUB 25-pin cable
(Female 25-pin D-SUB connector)
• D-SUB 9-pin to D-SUB 9-pin: If your PC is equipped with a 9-pin D-SUB RS232C connector, make a cable as shown in Figure 5-5. The cable should be less
than 15 m long.
Figure 5-5. Connections for D-SUB 9-pin to D-SUB 9-pin cable — Inter-Linc Cable
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Remote Connection: Use a standard (not null) modem cable for the connection between the
mother board and modem.
Figure 5-6. Modem Cable Pinout (mother board-to-modem) for a remote connection
(3 meter cable)
9-Pin Female 25-Pin Female
1............8
2............3
3............2
4 . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
5............7
6............6
7............4
8............5
9 . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
to mother
board
to standard
(Hayes) modem
Installation
1.
Connect the 9-pin D-SUB connector on the RS-232C cable to the P6 connector
(port 1) on the mother board.
2.
Pass the RS-232C cable through the wiring slot in the cabinet, then connect the
9-pin or 25-pin D-SUB connector on the other end to the RS-232C connector of
your PC.
Figure 5-7. Connection to PC
CN1
or
CN2
depending
upon
programming
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Programming
1) Serial Port 1: Data FormatSet data transmission format for Serial Port 1.
FF10 05 0001 Hold (0-7) Hold
0=7 bits -- even parity -- 2 stop bits
1=7 bits -- odd parity -- 2 stop bits
2=7 bits -- even parity -- 1 stop bits
3=7 bits -- odd parity -- 1 stop bits
4=8 bits -- no parity -- 2 stop bits
5=8 bits -- no parity -- 1 stop bits (default)
6=8 bits -- even parity -- 1 stop bits
7=8 bits -- odd parity -- 1 stop bits
2) Serial Port 1: Data FormatSet data transmission speed for Serial Port 1.
FF10 05 0002 Hold (0-5) Hold
0=300 bps
1=600 bps
2=1200 bps
3=2400 bpss
4=4800 bps
5=9600 bps (default)
3) Serial Port 1: ProtocolSet protocol for Serial Port 1.
FF10 05 0003 Hold (0-2) Hold
0=No order (default)
1=Originate mode
2=Answer mode
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Call Logging Device
Guidelines
• You can connect an Call Logging device such as a call accounting machine or a
printer to the mother board.
• A 9-pin to 25-pin or 9-pin to 9-pin RS-232C cable is required.
• Table 5-3 shows the pinout for the RS-232C ports (CN1 and CN2).
Making an RS-232C Cable
Depending on the RS-232C connector on your Call Logging device, you will need to
make one of the following RS-232C cables.
• D-SUB 9-pin to D-SUB 25-pin: If your Call Logging device is equipped with
a 25-pin D-SUB RS-232C connector, make a cable as shown in Figure 5-8. The
cable should be less than 15m long.
Figure 5-8. Connections for D-SUB 9-pin to D-SUB 25-pin cable
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• D-SUB 9-pin to D-SUB 9-pin: If your Call Logging device is equipped with a
9-pin D-SUB RS-232C connector, make a cable as shown in Figure 5-9. The
cable should be less than 15m long.
Figure 5-9. Connections for D-SUB 9-pin to D-SUB 9-pin cable — Inter-Linc Cable
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1.
Set switch SW1 on the CPC-HS or CPC-HM card to the Call Logging position
(see Table 5-4 for details).
2.
Connect the 9-pin D-SUB connector on the RS-232C cable to the P5 connector
(port 1) on the mother board.
3.
Pass the RS-232C cable through the wiring slot in the cabinet, then connect the
9-pin or 25-pin D-SUB connector on the other end to the RS-232C connector of
your Call Logging device.
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Figure 5-10. Call Logging Output data format
Format #1
T MM/DD HH:MM:SS HH:MM:SS NNNN TTT dddddddddddddddddddddddd aaaaaaaaaa vvvvvH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Format #2
T MM/DD HH:MM:SS HH:MM:SS NNNN TTT dddddddddddddddddddddddd dddddddddddddddd
1
2
3
4
5
6
9
7
aaaaaaaaaa vvvvv H
8
1
Condition code (I: Incoming call / S:DISA incoming call / D: DDI incoming call / O:
Outgoing call / L: LCR outgoing call / h: Hold / t: Transfer call / F: call forward outside
call / W: Closed numbering call, Tandem connection call)
2
Call start time (MM=01 to 12 / DD=01 to 31 / HH=00 to 23 / MM=00 to 59 / SS=00 to
59)
3
Call time (HH=00 to 23 / MM=00 to 59 / SS=00 to 59)
4
Exchange line user No. (Extension No.: 0 to 9999 / Exchange line No.: C1 to C96)
5
Exchange line No. (Exchange line No.: 1 to 96 / When Exchange line is disconnected
while the call is on hold: *1 to *96)
6
Dialled No. (24 digits max.)
7
Accounting code (10 digits max.)
8
ID code (V001 to V400)
9
Caller data (format #2 only)
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MIS Report Output
ACD card
Guidelines
CAUTION:
• The backup battery will last about 5 years. Be sure to replace the battery
before it is exhausted.
• Connecting a personal computer (PC) to the ACD card using the RS-232C cable
(supplied), allows output of MIS Reports to a printer that is connected to the PC.
You cannot connect a printer directly to the ACD card for output.
• The RS-232C cable (supplied) is a 9-pin D-Sub connector. If the connection port
on the PC is a 25-pin D-Sub connector, connect via a 9-pin/25-pin conversion
adaptor.
• When connecting the ACD card to a PC, regular communications software must
be installed on the PC.
• The ACD card cannot be removed or attached with the power turned ON. Be sure
to turn the power OFF before removing or attaching the ACD card.
• The supplied cable will only work with ACD. The cable will not support Call
Logging or PC Customization Tool.
• For details on ACD, refer to Section 520: Built-In ACD Reference Manual.
• MIS Report (Management Information System)
(1) Agent Activity (Tabulated by Agent Basis)
(2) Group Activity (Tabulated by Agent Group Basis)
(3) System Activity (Tabulated by the ACD System Basis)
(4) Work Unit Count (Tabulated on a daily/weekly Basis)
(ex. All Agents - Daily)
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Installation
1.
Connect the 5-pin connector of the RS-232C cable (supplied) to CN3 on the
ACD card.
2.
Pass the RS-232 cable through the wiring hole on the cabinet, and connect the
D-Sub 9-pin connector to the RS-232 port of the PC.
Note: If the connection port is a 25-pin D-Sub connector, connect via a
9-pin/25-pin conversion adaptor.
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Figure 5-11. Connecting the ACD card to a PC
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Application Interface (API)
Guidelines
• The application interface (API) card enables data from a range of applications
such as voice mail and ACD to be sent to a PC.
• Control is provided by the RS-232C interface.
• The maintenance switch (SW1) on the API card can be set so that the card can be
installed and removed while the main cabinet is operating. See "Maintenance
Switches" on page 4-2 for details.
• The API card performs a self test when the test mode switch (SW401) is ON.
• Setting the RAM HOLD switch (SW3) OFF deletes data from the API card
memory. When this switch is ON, the backup battery ensures that the data is
retained in memory.
Preparing an RS-232C cable
• See the following figure for details of how to prepare a 25-pin D-SUB to 9-pin DSUB RS-232C cable if one is not supplied.
Figure 5-12. 25-pin to 9-pin D-SUB cable connections
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Installation
1.
Install the API card in an available optional card slot or flexible slot.
2.
Connect one end of the RS-232C cable to the RS-232C port (CN4) of the API
card and the other end to the PC.
Figure 5-13. Connecting the API card to a PC
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Headset
Guidelines
• A headset (VB-2394) can be connected in place of the telephone's handset.
• Please talk to Panasonic Sales for an information of available headset.
Installation
1. Remove the curly cord from the handset.
2. Replace the curly cord with the headset's modular connector.
Figure 5-14. Headset connection
Operation
1. Switching to headset mode
Switch the phone to headset mode.
Press the following keys: ON/OFF
’
PROG
9
0
’
ON/OFF
2. Making and receiving calls
Press the following key to talk: ON/OFF
3. Ending a call
Press the following key to end a call: ON/OFF
(The phone is now ready to receive a call.)
Condition •F In case of A-series key phone, Headset Adaptor (VB-5331) is required for
the headset(VE-2394).
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Voice Recognition Adaptor
Guidelines
• A VB-44101 voice recognition adaptor can be installed in the VB-D411DSVUK
key phone so that the phone can be used as a voice recognition phone.
• You can call by name or execute other functions by function names.
• Locate the Voice Recognition Adaptor within 120m of the cabinet. The maximum
loop circuit resistance to a Voice Recognition Adaptor is 20 Ohms.
• When the Voice Recognition Adaptor is installed, the telephone cannot be wall
mounted.
• When the Voice Recognition Adaptor is installed, a DSS or EM24 cannot be
attached to the case.
Installation
1.
Remove the wall-mount adaptor from the bottom of the phone, taking care not to
damage the hooks.
Figure 5-15. Removing the Wall-Mount Adaptor from the bottom of a keyphone
2.
Cut the connector covering from the bottom of the phone to expose the
connectors (CN11 and CN12).
Figure 5-16. Cutting the Connector Covering from the bottom of the keyphone
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3.
Connect one end of the CW11 and CW13 cables provided with the voice
recognition adaptor to connectors CN11 and CN12 in the bottom of the phone.
4.
Secure the voice recognition adaptor using the two screws.
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Figure 5-17. Connecting the Voice Recognition Adaptor to the keyphone
5.
Connect the phone to the internal line port on a DEC/8 card.
Figure 5-18. Connecting the Keyphone to a secondary socket
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Key Telephone Wall Mounting
Guidelines
• S-ICX keyphones can be mounted on the wall using the wall mounting adapter on
the bottom of the phone.
Installation
1.
Remove the wall mounting adapter from the bottom of the phone taking care not
to damage the adapter hooks.
2.
Rotate the wall mounting adapter by 180 degrees, then slot it into the two
guides.
3.
Remove the handset guide, rotate it by 180 degrees, and replace it.
4.
Insert two screws in the wall.
5.
Hook the two mounting holes on the bottom of the phone onto the two screws in
the wall.
Table 5-4. Wall mounting of phone
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DSS
Guidelines
• The DSS (VB-D631UK) is a 72-key console that can be attached to the
attendant phone. It provides direct station selector and busy lamp fields for
extensions.
• The DSS comes with an angle adaptor, screws, and a two-conductor cable
for connecting the DSS to the key phone.
• Locate the DSS within 120m of the CCU. The maximum loop circuit
resistance to a DSS is 20 ohms.
• The DSS cannot be mounted on the wall.
Installation
1. Attach the DSS to the key phone using the mounting plate and the four
screws.
2. Connect the DSS to the key phone using the two-conductor cable.
3. Connect the DSS to the secondary socket using a four-conductor cable.
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Figure 5-19. DSS connection
4. Secondary socket requires 4 wires to DEC card taking 2 ports; 1 for the
DSS, 1 for the associated telephone.
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EM24
Guidelines
• The EM24 (VB-D331UK) provides 24 flexible function (FF) keys. It can
be attached to any key phone.
• The EM24 comes with an angle adaptor, screws, and a two-conductor
cable for connecting it to the key phone.
• Locate the EM24 within 120m of the CCU. The maximum loop resistance
to a EM24 is 40 ohms.
• The EM24 cannot be mounted on the wall.
Installation
1. Attach the EM24 to the key phone using the mounting plate and the four
screws, as shown in Figure 5-19.
2. Connect the EM24 to the key phone using the two-conductor cable.
3. Connect the EM24 to the secondary socket using a four-conductor cable.
4. Secondary socket requires 4 wires to DEC card taking 2 ports; 1 for the
DSS, 1 for the associated telephone.
Figure 5-20. EM24 connection
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Doorphone Adaptor
CAUTION:
• Turn the power switch and the external breaker OFF, and disconnect the AC cable before installing the Doorphone Adaptor.
Guidelines
• The Doorphone Adaptor (VB-3473UK) can accommodate two doorphones
(VL-568GPEX, VL-582APEX) and two door openers. Door openers are
not sold by Panasonic, but can be purchased separately from an electronics
dealer.
• Each Doorphone and door opener uses one exchange line port.
• One or two door openers and Doorphones can be connected to a
Doorphone Adaptor.
• The Doorphone can be set to call for 15 seconds, 30 seconds, or one
minute.
• The Door opener can be set to open for one second, 3seconds, or 5
seconds.
• The maximum permissible wiring distance between the Doorphone
Adaptor and a LTRK/8 card is limited to a maximum loop resistance of 20
ohms, 120M.
• The maximum permissible resistance of the wiring between the Doorphone
Adaptor and Doorphone is 20 ohms.
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Installation
1. Remove the cover from the Doorphone Adaptor.
2. Set the switches in the Doorphone Adaptor according to Figure 5-21.
3. Remove the cable punch-out plate (Figure 5-20) in order to make an
opening for the cables coming into the Doorphone Adaptor.
To remove the plate, cut the groove with diagonal cutters, then bend the
plate back and forth with needle-nose pliers to remove it.
4. Mount the Doorphone Adaptor on the wall using the three screws
provided with the unit.
Figure 5-21. Doorphone Adaptor cable punch-out plate and wall mounting
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5. Connect the exchange line(s) to the Doorphone Adaptor, as shown in
Figure 5-21.
The “CO.D” connector is used for the Doorphone and opener. The
“CO.S” connector is used for the sensor.
6. Connect the Doorphone, door opener, and sensor to the Doorphone
Adaptor.
Figure 5-22. Doorphone Adaptor connections
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1 Line SLT Adaptor
Guidelines
• By connecting the 1 line SLT Adaptor to the DEC/8/16/24 card, you can
connect an SLT instead of an extension key phone.
• One SLT can be connected to 1 line SLT Adaptor unit.
• To facilitate maintenance, attach the 1 line SLT Adaptor near to the main
cabinet.
• Wiring resistance:
Between CCU and adapter: loop 20 ohms
Between adapter and SLT: 1.6 km (when 0.5 mm wire is used)
SLT impedance should be 120 ohms or more.
Installation
1. Remove the cover from the 1 line SLT Adaptor.
2. Remove the cable punch-out plate (Figure 5-24) in order to make an
opening for the cables coming into the 1 line SLT Adaptor.
To remove the plate, cut the groove with diagonal cutters, then bend the
plate back and forth with needle-nose pliers to remove it.
3. Mount the 1 line SLT Adaptor on the wall using the three screws.
(Screws are not provided with the unit.)
4. Use the DDK connector to connect the T and R terminals on the 1 line
SLT Adaptor terminals to the A and B terminals on the DEC/8/16/24
card.
5. Connect the 5-pin and 2-pin terminals in the Master Socket to terminals
TT and TR on the 1 line SLT Adaptor.
6. Use the station cord to connect the SLT to the Master Socket.
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Figure 5-23. 1 line SLT Adaptor cable punch-out plate and wall mounting
Figure 5-24. Connecting the 1 Line SLT Adaptor
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Replacing the CPC Card’s Backup Battery
Guidelines
CAUTION:
• Turn the power switch off and make certain the AC cable is
disconnected before replacing the backup battery.
• The backup battery will last about 7 years. Be sure to replace the battery
before it is exhausted.
• Once the backup battery is disconnected, you have approximately 60
seconds to connect a new battery before stored data is lost.
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.
• The backup batteries on the CPC-HS and CPC-HM cards will back up data such
as program settings, speed dialing data, and the date and time in the event of a
power failure. Be sure to replace the backup batteries before they are exhausted.
• To prevent data from being lost, please back up data to the PCAS (PC-customized
tool) before replacing the backup battery.
Installation
1.
Connect the new backup battery to the P7 connector on the CPC-HS and CPCHM cards.
2.
Cut a tie-wrap using nippers to remove the old backup battery.
3.
Secure the new backup battery using a tie wrap.
Note: Secure the battery so that it cannot move.
Figure 5-25. Replacing the backup battery of a CPC card
Note: A clear protective shield is present around the battery. However, this shield is not shown
to better illustrate the battery position. This will not interfere with the battery replacement.
• CPC-HS and CPC-HM card
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