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This Installation Packet is Organized into Five Chapters:
BLUE:
Hardware Installation Overview
GREEN:
Connecting to an SL1100 that is not on a network
ORANGE:
Connecting to an SL1100 that is on a network [NO VoIP Card]
PINK:
Connecting to an SL1100 that is on a network [HAS VoIP Card]
YELLOW:
Recording Voicemail Greetings
Your System has been Pre-Loaded with the Following:
The Latest NEC SL1100 Software Version
Our Time Tested Default Programming
CPU Battery
All Expansion Cards included with this Purchase
Any InMail Voicemail Card included with this Purchased
FREE Music On-Hold (requires an InMail voicemail card)
Visit our Website for the Following:
Important Tech Notes, Tech Tips and Video Tutorials
PC PRO System Administrator Software
DESI Labeling Software
At any time during your installation or programming, please feel free to contact our tech support staff.
Tech Support: Call toll free 1-888-632-3794
Email Questions To:
Tech Support Hours: Monday-Thursday 9am–6pm (EST), Friday 9am–5pm (EST)
(Block Wiring, Music On-Hold, Paging, Door Box & Relays)
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SL1100 Installation Instructions
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    (Block Wiring, Music On-Hold, Paging, Door Box & Relays) GREEN: Connecting to an SL1100 that is not on a network ORANGE: Connecting to an SL1100 that is on a network [NO VoIP Card] PINK: Connecting to an SL1100 that is on a network [HAS VoIP Card] YELLOW:...

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    Hardware Installation Overview...

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    – SUGGESTED CABLE CONFIGURATION: STATIONS 101 - 108 – TELCO (CO) LINES 1 - 4 – Cable Plug 5 – 4 Port Analog Line Card (Inside Every SL1100 KSU) – – – – – Cable Plug 6 – Optional Analog or CO Ports –...

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    2. There are two inputs for music sources – music on hold (MOH), and background music (BGM) 3. Plug the mono audio minijack into the MOH (Music on Hold) input on the SL1100 Motherboard and plug the other end of the audio cable into your music source 4.

  • Page 5: Installing External Paging

    SL1100 Hardware Installation Installing External Paging This Phone System provides and External Paging output. You connect the Phone System Paging output to an audio input on a customer provided Paging system. Be sure the connected paging equipment is compatible with the following page output specifications – Output Impedance: 600 Ohms @ 1 kHz. Output Level: Nominal 250 mV (-10 dBm).

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    Door‐Phone Box Install Instructions and Specifications on NEC SL1100:  fig. 1 1.  Remove the screw on the front of the Door‐phone Box.  2.  Remove the Wall‐Mount bracket from the Door‐phone Box.  3.  Connect the cable to the screw terminals marked        and        on the   Door‐phone box.        is NOT used. (Not polarity sensitive) See fig. 1  4.  Mount the Wall‐Mount bracket on the wall using supplied screws.  5.  Replace the Upper housing and tighten the screw.   6.  The Door‐phone Box can only connect to Analog Port 3 or 4 on the   RJ61 connector for analog extensions.  7.   There is a limit of TWO (2) Door‐Phone Boxes per KSU with a total of   SIX (6) between three different KSU’s.    8.  Before plugging in any Door‐Phone Box, make sure all KSU and/or   Expansion Cabinets are fully powered down. (This goes for all  Multi‐Line Phones, Single Line Phones, and DSS Consoles)  fig. 2 9.   See fig. 2 for a connection guide.      Installing the Door Unlock Device(s):  1.  A maximum of TWO (2) Door Unlock Devices can be installed   per ONE (1) SL1100 KSU.  2.  See fig. 3 for an illustration of where to connect the RJ61   Connector to the RY 1‐2 Port on the NEC SL1100 KSU.      Door Phone‐Box Specifications for Unlock Device(s):    The following chart shows the Door Phone‐Box interface specifications: ...

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    Connecting to an SL1100 That is NOT on a Network Phone System DOES NOT Have a VoIP Card The following Steps can be found in a Video Tutorial at www.NECSL1100Distributors.com/quickstart...

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    1. Connect the first Ethernet Cable from your computer (must be a PC, not a MAC) to a LAN port on your Router (NOT the WAN Port). 2. Connect the second Ethernet Cable from the Ethernet Port on the CPU Card of the SL1100 to another LAN port on the router. (See the diagram of the SL1100’s Ethernet Port below)

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    IP addresses for PC Pro programming purposes. 4. Turn on the NEC SL1100 and wait for the phones and KSU to power up (approx. 3-5 minutes). 5. Go to any phone and press the Menu Key, then 96. (The Menu Key is the unmarked Circular Button on the lower right corner on the front of the phone) 6.

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    8. Click the Start Button to retrieve all the system data that is currently programmed by default. 9. Once the system data has been retrieved and downloaded, click the Close Button. 10. You have now connected, retrieved and downloaded the system data and are ready to make programming changes to your NEC SL1100. 1-888-632-3794 • info@necsl1100distributors.com...

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    Connecting to an SL1100 That IS on a Network Phone System DOES NOT Have a VoIP Card The following Steps can be found in a Video Tutorial at www.NECSL1100Distributors.com/quickstart...

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    SL1100 Installation Instructions Connecting to an SL1100 that IS on a Network but DOES NOT have a VoIP Card: Part 1: Assigning and Creating IP Addresses Requirements:  One (1) Ethernet Cable. (We’ve include a Free Ethernet Cable with this purchase) ...

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    SL1100 Installation Instructions 3. In the Command Prompt Window, Type ipconfig then Press Enter. 4. Locate the Subnet Mask Number and Write it Down. SUBNET MASK: ________________________________ 5. Locate the Default Gateway Number and Write it Down. DEFAULT GATEWAY: ___________________________ In the next step you’ll need to create two (2) new IP Addresses on your network.

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    This will display all of the IP Addresses currently in use on your Network. Locate the Last DYNAMIC IP Address and create a brand new IP Addresses that immediately follow after that number. This IP Address will be the System IP Address of the SL1100. Here’s an Example: In the example picture above, the Last DYNAMIC IP Address is 192.168.1.

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    Press the Mute key two times to back out of 10-63 programming. Using the dial pad, type 10-12-01. You’ll be asked to enter the IP Address of the SL1100, so refer to the number you wrote down in Part 1, and type your SL1100 System IP Address.

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    After 5 Minutes, Power off the Phone System. Plug in your Ethernet Cable to the Ethernet Port on the CPU Card of the SL1100. (See the diagram of the SL1100’s Ethernet Port below) Wait 2 Minutes Before Turning the Power Back On.

  • Page 17

    You will now see that the top IP Address (System) has been updated with the address you entered. This is the IP Address you’ll enter in to the PC PRO System Administrator to connect to the system. Part 3: Connecting to the SL1100 with the PC PRO System Administrator Requirements: ...

  • Page 18

    8. Click the Start Button to retrieve all the system data that is currently programmed by default. 9. Once the system data has been retrieved and downloaded, click the Close Button. 10. You have now connected, retrieved and downloaded the system data and are ready to make programming changes to your NEC SL1100. 1-888-632-3794 • info@necsl1100distributors.com...

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    Connecting to an SL1100 That IS on a Network Phone System HAS a VoIP Card The following Steps can be found in a Video Tutorial at www.NECSL1100Distributors.com/quickstart...

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    SL1100 Installation Instructions Connecting to an SL1100 that IS on a Network and HAS a VoIP Card: Part 1: Assigning and Creating IP Addresses Requirements:  One (1) Ethernet Cable. (We’ve include a Free Ethernet Cable with this purchase) ...

  • Page 21

    SL1100 Installation Instructions 3. In the Command Prompt Window, Type ipconfig then Press Enter. 4. Locate the Subnet Mask Number and Write it Down. SUBNET MASK: ________________________________ 5. Locate the Default Gateway Number and Write it Down. DEFAULT GATEWAY: ___________________________ In the next step you’ll need to create two (2) new IP Addresses on your network.

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    SL1100 Installation Instructions 6. In the Command Prompt Window, Type arp –a and Press Enter. This will display all of the IP Addresses currently in use on your Network. Locate the Last DYNAMIC IP Address and create two (2) brand new IP Addresses that immediately follow after that number.

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    Part 2: Using a Phone to Assign the IP Addresses to the SL1100 Requirements:  An SL1100 with a VoIP Card – If this system was purchased with a VoIP Card, then it has been pre- installed for you ...

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    After 5 Minutes, Power off the Phone System. Plug in your Ethernet Cable to the VoIP Ethernet Port on the VoIP Card. (For a diagram of the SL1100’s Ethernet Ports, see the next page) 1-888-632-3794 • info@necsl1100distributors.com...

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    SL1100 Installation Instructions Wait 2 Minutes Before Turning the Power Back On. Turn the NEC SL1100 on and wait for the phones and KSU to power up (approx. 3-5 minutes). Go to any phone and press the Menu Key, then 96.

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    SL1100 Installation Instructions Part 3: Connecting to the SL1100 with the PC PRO System Administrator Requirements:  PC PRO System Administrator Software (Available in the Downloads Section on necsl1100distributors.com) 1. Open the PC Pro System Administrator on the computer that is connected to the same router as the phone system.

  • Page 27

    8. Click the Start Button to retrieve all the system data that is currently programmed by default. 9. Once the system data has been retrieved and downloaded, click the Close Button. 10. You have now connected, retrieved and downloaded the system data and are ready to make programming changes to your NEC SL1100. 1-888-632-3794 • info@necsl1100distributors.com...

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    Recording Voicemail Greetings...

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    Recording Voicemail Greetings Recording Mailbox Greetings Using an Optional Voice Mail Card **NOTE** The below instructions are only for customers who purchased an InMail Voice Mail Card. Recording an Automated Attendant (Instruction Menu Greeting) Message 001 through 032 1. From the default extension (101) press the “soft key” under the VM display on the LCD screen 2.

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    Recording Voicemail Greetings Recording a Personal Mailbox Greeting From your extension: 1. Press the “soft key” under the VM display on the LCD screen 2. Lift the handset 3. Dial “G” [4] (Greeting) 4. Dial “1” (Greeting 1) 5. Dial “R” [7] to record (i.e. “Hi this is Tina I’m on my phone or away from my desk…”) 6.

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