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OfficeServ 7100
TECHNICAL MANUAL
T A B L E
INSTALLATION SECTION
PART
DESCRIPTION
1
PRE-INSTALLATION INFORMATION
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
2
INSTALLING CABINETS
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
3
INSTALLING AND REPLACING BOARDS
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
4
CONNECTING EXTERNAL BATTERIES
4.1
5
CONNECTING POWER
5.1
5.2
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SITE REQUIREMENTS ............................................................................................ 1.1
GROUNDING CONDITIONS ................................................................................ 1.2
POWER CONDITIONS ........................................................................................... 1.4
UNPACKING AND INSPECTION ......................................................................... 1.4
SYSTEM INSTALLATION PROCEDURE ............................................................. 2.1
SELECTING INSTALLATION METHOD ............................................................. 2.1
INSTALLING IN A RACK ........................................................................................ 2.1
INSTALLING ON A WALL USING
THE TWO PIECE BRACKET KIT ............................................................................ 2.4
INSTALLING ON A WALL USING
THE BRACKET KIT .................................................................................................. 2.8
CONNECTING GROUND WIRES ...................................................................... 2.12
CABINET CONFIGURATION ................................................................................ 3.1
MP10/MP10a PROCESSOR CARD ..................................................................... 3.2
INTERFACE CARDS ............................................................................................. 3.12
DAUGHTERCARD MODULES .......................................................................... 3.15
OTHER INTERFACE CARDS .............................................................................. 3.22
CONNECTING POWER FAIL TRANSFER ....................................................... 3.37
CONNECTING EXTERNAL BATTERIES .............................................................. 4.1
BEFORE CONNECTING POWER ......................................................................... 5.1
PROCEDURE FOR CONNECTING POWER ....................................................... 5.1
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  • Page 1 Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 1 MAY 2010 T A B L E C O N T E N T S INSTALLATION SECTION PART DESCRIPTION PAGE PRE-INSTALLATION INFORMATION SITE REQUIREMENTS .................... 1.1 GROUNDING CONDITIONS ................1.2 POWER CONDITIONS ...................
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 1 MAY 2010 CONNECTING C.O. LINES SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ..................6.1 CONNECTING C.O. LINES ..................6.2 CONNECTING STATIONS AND ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT CONNECTING STATIONS ..................7.1 CONNECTING ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT ........... 7.23 POWER UP PROCEDURES PRE-CHECK ......................
  • Page 3 Installation on a Wall (6) Figure 2.19 Installation on a Wall (7) Figure 2.20 Grounding Figure 3.1 Front/Rear View of OfficeServ 7100 Cabinet Figure 3.2a Switch Setting (MP10) Figure 3.2.b Switch Setting (MP10a) Figure 3.3 Mounting a Modem Card on the MP10/MP10a Figure 3.4...
  • Page 4 Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 1 MAY 2010 Figure 3.29 Front View of the 16MWSLI Figure 3.30 Front View of the 8SLI Figure 3.31 Front View of the 8SLI2 Figure 3.32 Front View of the MGI16 Figure 3.33...
  • Page 5 Table 3.11 Ports and LEDs of the 8SLI/8SLI2 Table 3.12 MGI16 Front Panel Components Table 3.13 OAS Front Panel Components Table 6.1 OfficeServ 7100 Line Conditions Table 7.1 Distance Between Stations and the System Table 7.2 Specification for Wireless LAN Connection Table 7.3...
  • Page 6: Site Requirements

    • Do not install in close proximity to a fire sprinkler or other sources of water. • A dedicated commercial AC power outlet is required. Do not use extension cords. • Ensure that all wires and cables to and from the OfficeServ 7100 do not cross fluorescent lights or run in parallel with AC wires.
  • Page 7: Grounding Conditions

    The OfficeServ 7100 system requires that a supplementary earth ground be connected to the system. This is the preferred method of grounding the OfficeServ 7100. It should be noted that when the third wire ground becomes inferior it many prevent the digital data bus from canceling out noise.
  • Page 8 Obviously, it is important to have a good source of ground connected to the OfficeServ 7100 system to drain this energy off. Again, a good earth ground source is required by the OfficeServ 7100 system.
  • Page 9: Table 1.1 Power Specifications

    TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 1 MAY 2010 1.3 POWER CONDITIONS The power supply card of the OfficeServ 7100 system receives AC input power or battery power, and supplies -48V, -5V, +5V, +3.3V, +12V, and -54V (Battery Backup) to the system cabinet.
  • Page 10: Selecting Installation Method

    • since hot air coming out of the vent may enter the intake vent of a system installed above the rack. • When using an open rack, do not block the entrance of a port or the OfficeServ 7100 fan.
  • Page 11 The procedure for installing the OfficeServ 7100 cabinet inside a 19-inch rack is as follows (NOTE: The optional rack mount kit is required for this method. This kit is sold separately): 1) Attach the cabinet bracket to the bottom surface of the OfficeServ 7100 cabinet and fasten the bracket firmly with the two screws.
  • Page 12 Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 2 MAY 2010 2) Slide the cabinet attaching the bracket in step 1. Figure 2.3 Rack Installation (2) 3) Align the two holes of the cabinet bracket and the holes of the rack brackets, and fasten the cabinet to the rack with the two screws.
  • Page 13: The Two Piece Bracket Kit

    PART 2 MAY 2010 2.4 INSTALLING ON A WALL USING THE TWO PIECE BRACKET KIT This section describes how to install the OfficeServ 7100 cabinet on a wall. The OfficeServ 7100 wall mount bracket is required (included with the cabinet). 2.4.1 Required Tools...
  • Page 14 PART 2 MAY 2010 2.4.2 Wall Installation CAUTION: Only mount OfficeServ 7100 onto a wall capable of supporting the 7100 cabinet, associated blocks, cables and peripheral equipment. 1) Turn the 7100 cabinet onto its bottom side. Using the four short screws, install the two wall mount brackets to the bottom of the cabinet.
  • Page 15 Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 2 MAY 2010 3) Hold the 7100 cabinet against the wall in the desired direction. There are four (plus + shaped) holes on the top and bottom of the bracket (see positions marked A in the figure below).
  • Page 16: Officeserv

    Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 2 MAY 2010 5) With a hammer, drive the plastic anchors into the drilled holes. Figure 2.10 Hammering Plastic Anchors 6) Align the screw holes of the wall mount bracket to the position that the plastic anchors are driven.
  • Page 17: The Bracket Kit

    PART 2 MAY 2010 2.5 INSTALLING ON A WALL USING THE BRACKET KIT This section describes how to install the OfficeServ 7100 cabinet on a wall. The OfficeServ 7100 wall mount bracket is required (included with the cabinet). 2.5.1 Required Tools •...
  • Page 18: Officeserv

    PART 2 MAY 2010 2.5.2 Wall Installation CAUTION: Only mount OfficeServ 7100 onto a wall capable of supporting the 7100 cabinet, associated blocks, cables and peripheral equipment. 1) There are four holes for the screws on the top/bottom of the bracket (see positions marked ‘A’...
  • Page 19: Officeserv

    5) Two screws exist in the two screw holes among the four screw holes on the bottom side of the OfficeServ 7100 cabinet. Unscrew the two screws to a height of about 2mm. Figure 2.17 Installation on a Wall (5)
  • Page 20: Officeserv

    2mm. Figure 2.18 Installation on a Wall (6) 7) Align the screws on the bottom of the OfficeServ 7100 cabinet to the bracket holes, then pull down the cabinet to lock the cabinet securely.
  • Page 21: Grounding Conditions

    INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 2 MAY 2010 2.6 CONNECTING GROUND WIRES This section describes how to connect an external grounding wire to the OfficeServ 7100 system. External Grounding External grounding is required to prevent human injuries and system damage caused by lightning, static electricity, or voltage surge.
  • Page 22: Table 3.1 Card Installation Configuration

    This section describes how to install and replace various cards of the OfficeServ 7100 system. 3.1 CABINET CONFIGURATION The OfficeServ 7100 system has 3 slots (slots 0~2). Slot 0 is a processor slot only used for either the MP10/MP10a processor card. Slots 1 and 2 are universal slots for station and trunk interface cards as described below.
  • Page 23: Table 3.2 Parts On The Rear Panel Of The Cabinet

    16MWSLI, 8COMBO/8COMBO2, 8TRK, 8TRK2, 16TRK, TEPRIa, MGI-16 NOTE: The OfficeServ 7100 only supports PRI service and does not support T1 service even though the TEPRI and TEPRIa cards support both. The descriptions about each part on the rear of the cabinet are listed in the table below.
  • Page 24 Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 3 MAY 2010 3.2.1a Setting Switches on MP10 On the MP10 set the switches for the required configuration. The description for the settings is described below. Figure 3.2a Switch Setting (MP10) •...
  • Page 25 Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 3 JULY 2010 • Switches 1 through 4 select the country the system is installed in. Country Korea Italy Australia New Zealand Holland Denmark Switch 5 is reserved. ...
  • Page 26 Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 3 JULY 2010 (reset) switch for 7 to 10 seconds. To default the system programming during boot up sequence wait for 3 minutes and then press and hold the RST (reset switch). When the boot up sequence is complete the system’s database will be defaulted.
  • Page 27 • The MP10/MP10a board supports a 2-Wire Full Duplex modem board. This is the same modem used on the OfficeServ 500 system. • The modem board operates in OfficeServ 7100 via V.24 interface. In addition, the modem board supports V.90 protocol. OfficeServ 7100 controls the modem board via serial communication using standard AT commands.
  • Page 28 Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 3 MAY 2010 The 4SWM (optional 4 port POE LAN module) or 4DLM (optional 4 port Digital Line module) daughtercards can be mounted to connector P11, P12 and P13 of the MP10/MP10a card. A screw is installed to the support located next to connector P13.
  • Page 29 Figure 3.1. 1) Check the exterior of the MP10/MP10a card for any damage. If damage is found, do not proceed with installation. Contact Samsung Technical Support. Power the system OFF when installing or removing cards. POWER TO THE CABINET MUST BE TURNED OFF. Failure to do so will damage the card, cabinet and/or corrupt the data moving along the data bus.
  • Page 30: Table 3.3a Ports And Leds Of The Mp10

    LAN Port Port for establishing the 10 Base-T/100 Base-Tx Ethernet connection. This allows the MP10 to be connected to a data network. SIO Port Serial port (Samsung Use ONLY). RST Button Button for resetting the MP10 card. RUN LED This LED indicates the status of the main CPU operation.
  • Page 31: Table 3.3b Ports And Leds Of The Mp10a

    LAN Port Port for establishing the 10 Base-T/100 Base-Tx Ethernet connection. This allows the MP10a to be connected to a data network. SIO Port Serial port (Samsung use ONLY). RST Button Button for resetting the MP10a card. 3.10...
  • Page 32 Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 3 MAY 2010 Ports & LEDs Function Description RUN LED This LED indicates the status of the main CPU operation. - Off: Power is not connected. - On (Green): Booting, reset.
  • Page 33: Interface Cards

    Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 3 MAY 2010 3.3 INTERFACE CARDS This section describes how to set jumpers and switches of an interface card, how to install optional daughtercards to an interface card, and how to install interface cards into slots.
  • Page 34: Replacing Cards

    3) Align the new card to the guardrail of the slot, and slide the new card into the slot. Then lock the lever in the front panel of the card to fully secure into the connector of the OfficeServ 7100 main card. 3.13...
  • Page 35 Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 3 MAY 2010 Figure 3.12 Replacing a Card 3.3.3 Installing UNI Cards and Daughtercard Modules The UNI card is a universal base carrier card that can accommodate up to 3 optional daughtercards.
  • Page 36: Table 3.4 Uni Card Ports And Leds

    - On (Green): TRM mounted. - On (Red): DLM mounted. - On (Amber): SLM mounted. 3.4 DAUGHTERCARD MODULES There are 5 different daughtercards available on the OfficeServ 7100: 1) 4SWM (installed on MP10/MP10a only): 4 port PoE layer 2 LAN switch. 2) Modem Daughtercard...
  • Page 37 Power constraints must be taken into consideration when plugging ITP/SMT-i phones and WAP devices into the 4SWM PoE module. • The OfficeServ 7100 power supply supports a maximum of 24 TDM phones or SEPU (Samsung equivalent power units). One power unit is equal to one (2 line TDM phone).
  • Page 38 Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 3 MAY 2010 The main functions of the 4SWM board are as follows: • Auto-sensing 10/100 Base-T and Full/Half duplex Ethernet switch • Layer 2 LAN Switch function The 4SWM is shown in the figure below: Figure 3.15 4SWM...
  • Page 39 LAN/WAN connection is unavailable. The modem board has the following functions: The modem board operates in OfficeServ 7100 via V.24 interface. In addition, the modem board supports the V.90 protocol. The OfficeServ 7100 controls the modem board via serial communication using standard AT commands.
  • Page 40 Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 3 MAY 2010 3.4.3 4TRM (4 Port Loop Start Trunk Interface Module) This daughtercard provides 4 loop start trunk interface ports to connect to loop start analog trunk lines with Caller ID.
  • Page 41 PART 3 MAY 2010 3.4.4. 4DLM (4 Port Digital Phone Interface Module) This daughtercard provides 4 ports for connecting Samsung Digital Key Sets. It can be installed on the MP10/MP10a card and any UNI card in any of the UNI card daughtercard positions.
  • Page 42 Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 3 MAY 2010 3.4.5 4SLM (4 Port Single Line Telephone Interface Module) This daughtercard provides 4 ports for connecting analog telephones. It also provides the message waiting lamp functionality for phones supporting this feature. It can ONLY be installed on the UNI card in any of the UNI card daughtercard positions.
  • Page 43: Other Interface Cards

    LEDs on the front of the card display the type of service. The first TEPRI/TEPRIa card installed in the OfficeServ 7100 is the primary source of external clocking. The second TEPRI/TEPRIa installed is the secondary source of external clocking. Default clock selection is left to right in the cabinet.
  • Page 44 Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 3 MAY 2010 See the S1 switch and jumpers of the TEPRI/TEPRIa card as shown below. Figure 3.20 Setting Switches on the TEPRI/TEPRIa JUMPER SETTING The TEPRI/TEPRIa card comes from the factory with the following jumper settings. These settings should NOT be changed.
  • Page 45: Table 3.5 Ports And Leds Of The Tepri/tepria

    Table 3.5 Ports and LEDs of the TEPRI/TEPRIa Ports & LEDs Function Description Ports that connect the PRI cable. (T1 is not supported) Serial port (for Samsung Use ONLY) Button for resetting the TEPRI/TEPRIa card. SYNC LED Clock synchronization. - On: Indicates loss of framing (Error Condition).
  • Page 46 Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 3 MAY 2010 Ports & LEDs Function Description CLK LED This LED indicates whether this card is a master or slave. - On: The card has received the synchronization clock from the counterpart station.
  • Page 47: Table 3.6 Ports And Leds Of The 8trk

    Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 3 MAY 2010 The components on the front panel of the 8TRK have the functions below: Table 3.6 Ports and LEDs of the 8TRK Ports & LEDs Function Description P1~P8 Trunk ports.
  • Page 48: Table 3.7 Ports And Leds Of The 16trk

    Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 3 MAY 2010 3.5.4 16TRK This card contains sixteen loop start C.O. line interface circuits with C.O. disconnect detection. It also contains the circuitry needed for Caller ID. It can be inserted in any universal slot in either cabinet.
  • Page 49: Table 3.8 Ports Of The 16dli2

    Refer to Section 7.1.3 (Connecting a Digital Phone) for port Pinout and Wiring. 3.5.6 8DLI This card provides 8 ports for connecting Samsung Digital Key sets. This card can go into slots 1 and/or 2. Add as many as needed.
  • Page 50: Table 3.9 Ports And Leds Of The 8dli

    Table 3.9 Ports and LEDs of the 8DLI Ports & LEDs Function Description P1~P8 Station ports of Samsung Digital Phones. P1~P8 LED These LEDs indicate the status of the ports. -Off: The station is not being used. -On: The station is being used.
  • Page 51 PART 3 MAY 2010 3.5.7 8COMBO/8COMBO2 The 8COMBO/8COMBO2 cards provide 8 ports for connecting analog stations and 8 ports for connecting Samsung Digital Key sets. This card can go into slots 1 and/or 2. Add as many as needed. FRONT VIEW OF 8COMBO/8COMBO2 The front view of the cards is shown in the pictures below.
  • Page 52: Table 3.10 16mwsli Ports

    Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 3 MAY 2010 3.5.8 16MWSLI This card provides 16 ports for connecting analog stations. It can go into slots 1 and/or 2. Add as many as needed. This card automatically detects DTMF or dial pulse signals from the SLT. This card has no DTMF receiver.
  • Page 53 Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 3 MAY 2010 3.5.9 8SLI/8SL2 The 8SLI/8SLI2 cards provide 8 ports for connecting analog stations. It can go into slots 1 and/or 2. Add as many as needed. This card automatically detects DTMF or dial pulse signals from SLT.
  • Page 54: Table 3.11 Ports And Leds Of The 8sli/8sli2

    The MGI16 is a 16-channel Media Gateway Card. The MGI16 card provides a variety of Voice over IP (VoIP) services for the OfficeServ 7100. This card is used for ITP/SMT-i phones, IP networking, IP trunking or any application that require VoIP functionality.
  • Page 55: Table 3.12 Mgi16 Front Panel Components

    MMC 831 and MMC 835. SPECIFICATIONS • The OAS card can be installed in slots 1 or 2 if the OfficeServ 7100. • Only one (1) OAS card can be installed in the OfficeServ 7100. • The MOBEX DSP and MPS channel features of the OAS card are not available on the OfficeServ 7100 as these features are embedded on the MP10/MP10a processor card.
  • Page 56: Table 3.13 Oas Front Panel Components

    Table 3.13 OAS Front Panel Components Ports & LEDs Function Description Port that connects the Ethernet. Serial Port (for Samsung Use ONLY) Button for resetting the OAS. PWR LED This LED indicates the power supply status. - Off: Power is not being supplied.
  • Page 57 Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 3 MAY 2010 Ports & LEDs Function Description SVC4 LED This LED indicates if the MGI channel service is being offered. - This LED blinks when program is being modified or configuration is being loaded.
  • Page 58: Connecting Power Fail Transfer

    1 (pins 1 & 2) on the 8SLI or port 1 (pins 7 & 8) on the 16MWSLI cards. In case the OfficeServ 7100 loses power from its AC source, and no battery backup is available, this feature is automatically activated.
  • Page 59: Connecting External Batteries

    PROCEDURE FOR CONNECTING EXTERNAL BATTERY The procedure for using a battery cable to connect an external battery to the OfficeServ 7100 system is as follows: 1) Use the battery cable that was provided with the OfficeServ 7100 system. The battery cable consists of a white wire and a black wire.
  • Page 60 Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 4 MAY 2010 Figure 4.1 Connecting an External Battery...
  • Page 61: Before Connecting Power

    • System should be grounded as described in Part 1.2 and Part 2.5. 5.2 PROCEDURE FOR CONNECTING POWER Use the power cable provided with the OfficeServ 7100 system to connect the input power terminal on the back panel to a grounded outlet.
  • Page 62: Connecting C.o. Lines

    TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 6 MAY 2010 PART 6. CONNECTING C.O. LINES This section describes how to connect C.O. lines to the OfficeServ 7100 system after installation. 6.1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS To reduce the risk of personal injury, follow these precautions before connecting TELCO circuits: •...
  • Page 63 It is recommended that the connections on this cable be soldered wherever possible to ensure good connections. The shielding of the cable should be connected to ground at the CSU end only to prevent a ground loop. 3. T1/E1 is not supported on the OfficeServ 7100 system.
  • Page 64 Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 6 MAY 2010 PARAMETERS supported on OfficeServ all TEPRI cards installed in the 7100 FRAMING T1 Circuit PRI Circuit Super Frame (D4 56K Frame) Not Supported Not Supported Extended Super Frame (ESF 64K Frame)
  • Page 65: Connecting Stations And Additional Equipment

    PART 7. CONNECTING STATIONS AND ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT This section describes how to connect various stations and additional equipment, such as analog/digital phones, door phones and door locks, to the OfficeServ 7100 system. 7.1 CONNECTING STATIONS 7.1.1 Safety Precautions To reduce the risk of personal injury, follow these precautions before connecting telephone circuits: •...
  • Page 66 7.1.2 Connecting an Analog Phone Connect an analog phone to the 8SLI, 16MWSLI, 8COMBO/8COMBO2 (analog ports only) cards or the 4SLM (mounted on UNI card) installed in the OfficeServ 7100 system. CONNECTING TO THE 8SLI/8SLI2 Connect an analog phone to the 8SLI/8SLI2 card by using a twisted pair of AWG #24 or AWG #26 wire.
  • Page 67 Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 7 MAY 2010 CONNECTING TO THE 8COMBO/8COMBO2 Connect an analog phone to the 8COMBO/8COMBO2 card by using a twisted pair of AWG #24 or AWG #26 wires. S1-S8 Port...
  • Page 68 Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 7 MAY 2010 7.1.3 Connecting a Digital Phone Connect a digital phone to 8DLI, 16DLI2, 8COMBO/8COMBO2 (digital ports only) or 4DLM (mounted on a UNI Card) card. CONNECTING TO 4DLM MOUNTED ON A UNI CARD Connect a digital phone to the 4DLM port by using a twisted pair AWG #24 or AWG #26 wires.
  • Page 69 CAUTION: The input power of the SMT-i Series phones needs 5.0vDC and 3000mA. The SMT-i5210, SMT-i5220, SMT-i5230, and SMT-i5243 need to be powered by using Samsung’s SMT-A53PW power adapter. The SMT-i3105 requires the SMT-A53PA power adapter. Failure to use the appropriate power supply will cause permanent damage to...
  • Page 70 • MP10/MP10a LAN Port 7.1.6 Connecting a Door Phone and a Door Lock Connect a door phone and a door lock to the OfficeServ 7100 system using a Door Phone Interface Module (DPIM). Connect the Door Phone Interface Module (DPIM) line jack to any DLI port in the OfficeServ 7100 system using twisted pair (24AWG/26AWG).
  • Page 71 Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 7 MAY 2010 Figure 7.10 Connecting a Door Phone and a Door Lock...
  • Page 72 Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 7 MAY 2010 7.1.7 Connecting KDBF Keyset Daughterboard module installed on a speakerphone connected to the OfficeServ 7100 system. The module enhances the function to full-duplex functionality. SECURING SCREWS REMOVE KNOCKOUTS •...
  • Page 73 These microphones require an “EXTMIC” key programmed on the keyset to activate or deactivate them. The KDB-D/KDB-S daughterboards are not supported on the iDCS and DS keysets when connected to the OfficeServ 7100 system. 7.1.8 Wall-Mounting Keysets WALL-MOUNTING iDCS KEYSETS iDCS keysets come equipped with a reversible base wedge.
  • Page 74 Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 7 MAY 2010 WALL-MOUNTING DS, ITP-5121D and ITP-5107S KEYSETS DS, ITP 5121D and ITP 5107S keysets come equipped with a reversible base stand. To wall- mount a keyset, remove the base stand, reverse it, and attach stand in the bottom slots of the keyset.
  • Page 75 Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 7 MAY 2010 WALL-MOUNTING SMT-i5200 KEYSETS Assemble the wall-mount bracket where you want to use the phone. The wall-mount bracket is an optional item. To install the wall-mounting bracket follow the steps below: 1.
  • Page 76 Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 7 MAY 2010 To detach the wall-mounting bracket follow the steps below: You can detach the phone from the bracket by pressing the [Push] section at the bottom of the bracket.
  • Page 77 Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 7 MAY 2010 2. Remove the cradle of the phone by pressing the [Push] mark on the top of the cradle to push it out 3. Use screw holes 1 and 2 to attach the base wedge to a standard electrical outlet box.
  • Page 78 Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 7 MAY 2010 Figure 7.14 Attaching iDCS 64 Button Module to an iDCS Keyset ATTACHING iDCS 14 BUTTON AOMs TO AN iDCS KEYSET To add an iDCS 14 Button Key Strip to your iDCS keyset, follow these steps: (see Figure 7.15)
  • Page 79 Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 7 MAY 2010 REMOVE KNOCKOUTS Figure 7.15 Attaching iDCS 14 button AOM to an iDCS Keyset ATTACHING DS 64 BUTTON MODULES TO A DS 5021D OR A DS 5014D KEYSET First, attach the bracket to the keyset with two of the screws provided.
  • Page 80 Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 7 MAY 2010 SMT-i5264 ADD ON MODULE The SMT-i5264 module can be used beside any ITP 5100 keysets, SMT-i Series, and TDM phones . The cosmetic design matches the SMT-I 5000 Series phones. The SMT-i5264 Add On Module only attaches to SMT-i5200 Series.
  • Page 81 Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 7 MAY 2010 SETTING-UP SMT-i5264 AOM SMT-i5264 AOM will register to the OfficeServ system as an IP phone device. It need the IP phone ID and password during the registration. The SMT-i5264 will receive an IP phone extension.
  • Page 82 Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 7 MAY 2010 o Server IP Address: (OfficeServ IP address from MMC 830) o (use navigation key to move to the following fields) o Server ID: (ITP ID from MMC 840)
  • Page 83 Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 7 MAY 2010 7.1.10 Connecting the SMT-A52GE Gigabit Adaptor The Gigabit Adaptor processes the Gigabit data for a Gigabit LAN connection on the PC connected to the SMT-i5200 series IP phone.
  • Page 84 Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 7 MAY 2010 HOW TO CONNECT TO A PHONE 1. Separate the cradle at the back of the phone. 2. Mount the Gigabit Adaptor onto the back of the body.
  • Page 85 Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 7 MAY 2010 3. Connect the cable. When PoE is supplied via the LAN: Handset Headphones Network (PoE Switch) When PoE is not supplied via the LAN: Power Handset...
  • Page 86: Table 7.2 Specification For Wireless Lan Connection

    TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 7 MAY 2010 7.1.11 Connecting a Wireless LAN Access Point Wireless LAN service offered by the OfficeServ 7100 system requires the following equipment: 1. SMT-R2000: Wireless LAN Access Point (AP) 2. SMT-W5100E: Wireless LAN IP Phone Item...
  • Page 87: Connecting Additional Equipment

    Internal Modem 7.2.1 Connecting MOH/BGM Equipment The OfficeServ 7100 system offers Music on Hold. The system provides internal tone/music and external music sources per C.O. or extension lines as the music source. One external MOH source connection is provided on the MP10/MP10a MISC port. Connect the music source to this MISC port of the MP10/MP10a card.
  • Page 88 Instead of an internal speaker, external broadcasting equipment, such as amps or speakers, and additional equipment that can broadcast page ring) signals outside a building can be connected to the OfficeServ 7100 system. Connect external/additional paging equipment to the MP10/MP10a MISC port. The power of the external/additional paging equipment should be connected separately.
  • Page 89: Loud Bell Interface

    Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 7 MAY 2010 Figure 7.22 Connecting External/Additional Page Equipment Dry Contact Dry Contact is a switch that can connect or cut the power or line to external equipment. 7.2.3 Loud Bell Interface When a station requires loud ringing, assign or pair that station to an audible ring tone output on the MISC port using MMC 205.
  • Page 90: Ring Over Page

    OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 7 MAY 2010 The OfficeServ 7100 system supports only one dry contact for the common bell. The MISC port is located on the front panel of the MP10/MP10a. Dry contact (For common bell) Figure 7.23 Connecting Common Bells WARNING: Do not attempt to connect commercial AC power to these contacts.
  • Page 91: Table 7.3 Installation Tool Specification

    1Gb or higher CONNECTING INSTALLATION TOOL (OIT) TO LAN PORT The OIT application can communicate to the OfficeServ 7100 system via the LAN or MODEM connection. The OIT can connect to the MP10/MP10a via LAN connection using a customer provided LAN switch or using the 4SWM module as shown in Figure 7.24.
  • Page 92 Click [Apply]. Dialog box shows: “Do you want to apply new setting value?” Click [Yes]. Dialog box shows: “The new setting value is applied.” 10. Click [OK]. Click [Close]. 11. Click [System]. Click [Connect]. 12. Enter Password [Samsung], then [OK]. 7.28...
  • Page 93 12. Click [OK]. Click [Close]. 13. Click [System]. Click [Connect]. 14. Enter Password [Samsung], then [OK]. NOTE: Internal modem card must be installed for the connection to work. The incoming telco line may need to be programmed to ring directly to modem port of OfficeServ 7100 system in MMC 406 (e.g.
  • Page 94 Figure 7.28 Connecting to Printer 7.2.8 OS 7100 and ANALOG TERMINAL ADAPTERS (ATAs) The OfficeServ 7100 can be SIP enabled (SIP licenses required) to interface with other 3 party analog terminal adapters (ATA) devices, to provide voice connectivity to a VoIP network. The SIP enabled adapters can be used to support specialized voice applications such as: •...
  • Page 95: Power Up Procedures

    90%. Take special caution since humidity affects the electrical components and connectors of the system. • Direct sunlight and dust: The room where the OfficeServ 7100 system is installed should be protected from direct sunlight and should have ventilation systems to prevent the system from malfunctioning due to dust.
  • Page 96: Starting The System (mp10a)

    Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 8 JULY 2010 The RUN LED of the MP10 card lights green and the MC LED flashes when the system normally starts the booting process. Once the booting is complete, the RUN LED of the MP10 card flashes green, and the MC LED stops flashing and remains lit.
  • Page 97: Upgrading Mp10 With Mp10a Cards

    8.3 PRECONFIGURED NUMBERING OF EXTENSION AND CO LINES AND STATIONS The OfficeServ 7100 has been designed as plug-n-play to operate right out of the box with minimum programming and little installation time required. The OfficeServ 7100 comes prepackaged with hardware to support 4 CO lines and 8 digital stations (Only 6 iDCS 28 button keyset are provided), and 4 ports of embedded voicemail.
  • Page 98 Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 8 MAY 2010 o 50 Call Log blocks per station o 50 Station speed dial buffers per station • 500 System speed dial buffers • Operator group 500 (normal) with members 201 through 208 •...
  • Page 99 NOTE: Other types of iDCS, DS and ITP/SMT-i phones can be connected however the line keys will have a different default button configuration. Once the OfficeServ 7100 system is booted, the MP10/MP10a card verifies the cards mounted on each slot and saves this information as the default configuration of the system. At default, the OfficeServ 7100 system assigns 3 digits to CO lines, extensions, and extension groups.
  • Page 100 Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 8 MAY 2010 The first 8 ports are assigned to the operator group as default. Group 500 with members 201 through 208, and Voicemail Group 519 with members 301 through 304. The numbering plan...
  • Page 101: Software And Database Management

    MANAGEMENT 9.1a SOFTWARE MANAGEMENT WITH MP10 INSTALLED The OfficeServ 7100 operating software, Voicemail/Auto Attendant software, and all saved messages and greetings are stored on the MP10 MMC+/SD card which is inserted into the media Ccard slot on the MP10. The MMC+ card has 256Mb of NAND flash memory and is formatted, with a custom format to allow faster loading, in a similar manner to a hard disk.
  • Page 102: Database Management

    Home Page Table of Contents OfficeServ 7100 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 9 MAY 2010 transferred to the MP10a SD card. Once the files are loaded onto the MP10a SD card they can be manipulated with MMC 818. 9.2 DATABASE MANAGEMENT The customer database can be saved to the media card using MMC 815 where it is stored as a single file.
  • Page 103: Adding Cards To The System

    PART 10. ADDING CARDS TO THE SYSTEM 10.1 ADDING STATIONS AND TRUNKS 1) Power the OfficeServ 7100 OFF before adding a new card. Locate a suitable empty card slot. Having located a suitable slot, insert the new card into the slot and push firmly in the middle of the card to ensure that it is fully inserted into the back plane connector.

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