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  • Page 1 Hicom 100 E Hicom 108 Hicom 112 Hicom 118 Hicom 118-2 Service manual A31003-K16-X001-3-7620...
  • Page 2 © Siemens AG 1999. Issued by All rights reserved. Information and Communication Networks Subject to availability. Hofmannstrasse 51, D-81359 München Right of modification reserved. Siemens Aktiengesellschaft Reference No.: A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 Printed in the Federal Republic of Germany.
  • Page 3 Important Information System data Overview of modules Hicom 100 E Features Hicom 108 Installation Hicom 112 Initial operation Service manual Administration and maintenance Least Cost Routing (LCR) Maintenance and repair Programming guide Plus products Euroset line 36/Hicom 118-2 A31003-K16-X001-3-7620...
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    3.6.4 STRB control relay module (actuators/sensors) ......3-23 A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1 Service manual...
  • Page 5 5.2 Installing the system unit..........5-2 A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 6 6.10.2 Route assignment (menu 16 12) ........6-15 A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1 Service manual...
  • Page 7 8.3.2 Implementation with Hicom 100 E ........
  • Page 8 10.5.1.2 Associated dialling ......... . 10-18 A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1 Service manual...
  • Page 9 10.6.1 DDI numbers ..........10-39 A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 10 10.7.10 Alerting tone and ring in call pickup groups......10-63 A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1 Service manual...
  • Page 11 10.8.2.8 Assigning sensor names ........10-82 A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 12 12.2.8 Hicom 118-2 system expansions ........12-9 A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1 Service manual...
  • Page 13 Index ..............Z-1 A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 0-10 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 14 Pin assignment of the printer adapter ......5-17 A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 0-11 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 15 Figure 12-12 Equipping sequence for the expansion box ..... . 12-18 A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 0-12 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 16 Codes for accessing services ........7-3 A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 0-13 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1 Service manual...
  • Page 17 Overview of item code numbers ....... 12-12 Table 12-7 Contact assignment of the MB interfaces - Euroset line 36 ..12-13 A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 0-14 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 18: Important Information

    Fire Chemicals ESD* Laser * Electrostatic discharge 1. These symbols are not usually used in the manual. They’re an explanation of the symbols that can be depict- ed on the systems. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 19: Safety Information: Danger

    During a thunderstorm, you should not connect or remove telephone lines and PCB boards. Expect to encounter leakage current from the telecommunication network. Ensure that, whenever work is carried out on an open installation, the installation is never left unsupervised. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 20: Safety Information: Warning

    Never try to lift heavy objects without assistance. In case of laser radiation: do not stare into the beam. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 21: Safety Information: Caution

    Install cables in such a way that they do not pose an accident risk (i.e. so that they do not trip anybody up) and also so that they are not damaged. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 22: General Information

    Do not allow readily flammable materials to be stored near the installation or in the installation room. Ensure good lighting at the workplace. Untidiness at the workplace involves the risk of injuries. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 23: Behaviour In Emergencies

    What type of injuries? – Wait for queries. 1.1.6 Accident reporting Immediately report all accidents, "near accidents" and potential sources of danger to your manager. Report all electrical shocks, no matter how small. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 24: Data Protection And Data Security

    Members of Siemens and Siemens Rolm staff are required to observe business and data se- crecy as a result of the company’s work rules.
  • Page 25 Important Information Data protection and data security A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 26: System Data

    System data General system description The Hicom 108/112/118 systems belonging to the Hicom 100 E product family are compact, digital, Euro-ISDN-compatible telephone systems suitable for analogue and digital network ac- cess and for analogue and digital terminals. The basic configuration of each system can be ex- panded and supplemented in different ways.
  • Page 27: Hardware Overview

    Group 3 fax terminal gigaset megaset Entrance telephone a/b interface gigaset i Personal computer Call charge computer/PC V.24 interface or printer Group 4 fax Figure 2-1 Connection options supported within system environment A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 28: Documentation

    E distance adapter M User Manual (SW 2.0.1+): A31003-K3000-B341-*-19 System Support/Administration German and other languages (see above) User Manual (SW 2.0.2): A31003-K16-B455-*-19 System Support/Administration German and other languages (see above) Table 2-1 Documentation A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 29: System Types

    SIB serial interface board (optional V.24 interface) STRB control relay module with 4 control inputs and 4 control outputs STBG4 current limiting module for France WS48/ÜFS analogue DDI trunk for Austria EXM/MPPI - module for MOH A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 30: Hicom 108 System Overview

    Plug in and secure (screw) 1 ... 4 Plug in Function expansions Figure 2-2 Hicom 108 structural concept Slot 1 for system expansions: Analogue (TLA2) or S (STLS2) trunk module (see Table 3-12) A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 31: Hicom 112 System Overview

    Plug in and secure (screw) 1... 4 Plug in Function expansions Figure 2-3 Hicom 112 structural concept Slots 1 and 3 for system expansions: Freely assignable with line modules (see Table 3-12) A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 32: Hicom 118 System Overview

    Plug in and secure (screw) Plug in Function expansions Figure 2-4 Hicom 118 structural concept Slots 1 to 4 for system extensions: Freely assignable with line and/or subscriber modules (see Table 3-12) A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 33: Technical Data

    Hicom 118 basic configuration Hicom 118 with max. expansions Table 2-2 System dimensions in mm Basic housing Dimensions (UPS) in mm Module (max. 4) Module Figure 2-5 System dimensions and minimum clearances A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 34: Table 2-3 Ranges (With J-Y(St) 2X2X0.6) For Terminal Interfaces

    If condensation forms, allow the appliance to dry before operation. It is essential to ensure that condensation cannot form while the appliance is in op- eration. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 35: Basic Configuration And System Expansions

    Range 2000 m using cable with 0.6 mm dia Flash detection with DTMF One or more entrance telephone adaptors can be connected Extension interface for U P0/E Only in-house cabling permitted A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 2-10 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 36: Overview Of Modules

    STLS2 S30817-Q924-B313 TLA8 S30817-Q926-A301 GER, CHN, AUS, CIS, CRE, LUX, FIN, S30817-Q926-A308 GBR,IND S30817-Q926-A311 S30817-Q926-A312 S30817-Q926-A314 BEL,IM, IRL, ITL, POL, TRK S30817-Q926-A315 S30817-Q926-A316 Table 3-1 Item code numbers with national versions A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 37 GEE50 S30817-Q931-B315 FRA, GBR, NDL S30122-K5685-X STRB S30817-Q932-A Fax/DDI S30817-Q933-A301 STBG4 S30817-Q934-A ALUM4 S30817-Q935-A Door opener S30817-Q930-A100 As of 04/96: S30817-Q930-A200 TFE/V S30817-Q936-A313 Table 3-1 Item code numbers with national versions A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 38: Table 3-2 Country Codes

    As of SW 2.0.2 Table 3-1 Item code numbers with national versions Abbrev. Country Abbrev. Country Argentina India Australia Ireland Austria Italy Belgium Luxembourg Brazil Malaysia China Netherlands Table 3-2 Country codes A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 39 States Czech Republic Philippines Denmark Poland Finland Portugal France Republic of South Africa Great Britain Singapore Germany Spain Greece Sweden Hungary Switzerland Indonesia Thailand International Markets Turkey Table 3-2 Country codes A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 40: Overview Of Configurations

    ISDN and analogue trunk connections is not possible. Hicom 112 has two slots that are used for line modules (analogue trunk, S ). A combination of ISDN and analogue trunk connections is possible. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 41: Standard Extension Number Plans

    Hicom Ext. no. Int. ext. DDI no. Port Type numbering master P0/E P0/E P0/E slave P0/E P0/E P0/E P0/E Table 3-5 Standard numbering, MB 2/4 Hicom 108 (as of SW 2.0.1+) A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 42: Table 3-6 Standard Numbering, Mb 4/4 Hicom 112 (Sw 2.0.1)

    Int. ext. DDI no. Port Type numbering master P0/E P0/E P0/E P0/E P0/E slave P0/E P0/E P0/E P0/E P0/E P0/E Table 3-7 Standard numbering, MB 4/4 Hicom 112 (as of SW 2.0.1+) A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 43: Table 3-8 Standard Numbering, Mb 6/4 Hicom 118 (As Of Sw 2.0.1+)

    Type numberin master P0/E P0/E P0/E P0/E P0/E P0/E P0/E P0/E slave P0/E P0/E P0/E P0/E P0/E P0/E P0/E Table 3-8 Standard numbering, MB 6/4 Hicom 118 (as of SW 2.0.1+) A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 44: Extension Number Plans Of The Add-On Modules

    Figure 3-2 Equipping sequence for extension and trunk modules The structure of the extension number plans is described in more detail in Chapter 5, Installation of the Service Manual (see Section 5.5). A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 45: Main Module - Motherboard

    MB4/4 System PSU/UPS expansion V.24 adapter Plug connector as of SW 2.0.2 a/b ports 1 and 2 1...4 EXM / MPPI Options bus Figure 3-3 Motherboard interfaces (SW 2.0.1+) A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 3-10 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 46: Figure 3-4 Motherboard Interfaces (As Of Sw 2.0.2)

    PSU/UPS expansion Plug connector as V. 24 adapter of SW 2.0.2 a/b ports 1 and 2 1...4 EXM / MPPI Options bus Figure 3-4 Motherboard interfaces (as of SW 2.0.2) A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 3-11 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 47: Table 3-9 Contact Assignment Of The Mb Interfaces 2/4 Hicom 108

    - port 4 b 4 - port 4 EXMDET a5 - port 5 b5 - port 5 not assigned Table 3-11 Contact assignment of the MB interfaces 6/4 Hicom 118 A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 3-12 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 48: Add-On Modules For System Expansions

    The above table only shows the possible slots. It does not illustrate the maximum configuration possible or authorization-related restrictions. Only SLAS8 modules can be inserted in slots 1 and 2. SLU modules must not be inserted in slot 1. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 3-13 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 49 Overview of modules Add-on modules for system expansions For Hicom 108, module cutover is dependent on the system code, i.e. unauthorised modules are detected and are not put into operation. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 3-14 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 50: Slas8/4 (Subscriber Line Analogue)

    MB SLAS a/b ports 5-8 not for SLAS4 Figure 3-5 SLAS interfaces Contact X2 (a/b ports 1-4) X3 (a/b ports 5-8) Table 3-13 Contact assignment of the SLAS interfaces A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 3-15 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 51: Slas16 (Subscriber Line Analogue)

    14 b 10 b 14 a 11 a 15 b 11 b 15 a 12 a 16 b 12 b 16 Table 3-14 Contact assignment of the SLAS interfaces A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 3-16 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 52: Figure 3-7 Slu8 Interfaces

    Slot 2 is deactivated if the SLU8 or SLAS16 card is plugged into slot 1. Contact X2 (U ports 1-4) X3 (U ports 5-8) Po/E P0/E Table 3-15 Contact assignment of the SLU interfaces A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 3-17 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 53: Stls (Subscriber Trunk Line S )

    3 = SR + 4 = SR - 5 = SX - SX = signal transmit SR = signal receive Figure 3-9 Contact assignment of the S Mini Western socket A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 3-18 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 54: Tla 4/2 (Trunk Line Analogue)

    3 b trunk 4 b trunk 4 a trunk 4 Call charging module assignment Trunks 1 and 2 only with TLA2 Table 3-16 Contact assignment of the TLA 4/2 interfaces A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 3-19 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 55: Tla 8 (Trunk Line Analogue)

    8 GMZ 1 GMZ 2 GMZ= Call charging module assignment GND = GND with GEE50 FRA, otherwise not assigned Table 3-17 Contact assignment of the TLA 8 interfaces A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 3-20 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 56: Function Expansions With Options Bus

    The channel for call charge recognition is looped into the trunk and then routed to the TLA. MB side to TLA GEE module to trunk Module side Figure 3-12 GEE module, interfaces A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 3-21 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 57: Serial Interface Board (Sib) (V.24 Connection)

    Up to 4 GEE modules can be installed; up to 4 serial interface boards can therefore be operat- MB side 2 sub-D plugs (9-pin) GEE module to TLA Connecting cable to trunk Connecting cable Module side to printer/PC Figure 3-13 SIB (serial interface board) interfaces A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 3-22 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 58: Strb Control Relay Module (Actuators/Sensors)

    Load capacity of control relay outputs The required response time (expert mode code 25 2) must be entered in the case of the manual relay on/off and door opener functions. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 3-23 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 59: Table 3-21 Contact Assignment Of Strb Module

    +12V control voltage, optocoupler K 4.11 Flip-flop K4.1 IN K 4.12 Flip-flop K4.1 on K 4.13 Flip-flop K4.1 off K 3.11 Flip-flop K3.1 IN Table 3-21 Contact assignment of STRB module A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 3-24 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 60: Fax Recognition And Ddi Module

    As of SW 2.1, the extension number of the destination to which the option is to forward a call must be entered directly after option type "873" (announcement) in Call Management.The call- er will incur call charges from the start of the announcement. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 3-25 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 61: Figure 3-15 Fax Recognition And Ddi Module - Interfaces

    Contact assignment of the fax recognition and DDI module Caution Normally, W1 and W2 are always jumpered and the jumper must be inserted before initial operation. Do not remove jumpers unless expressly instructed to do so. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 3-26 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 62: Alum Module

    ALUM module interfaces The X6 port can be accessed only when the module housing is open. The cable connected as standard is split and connected to the TLA and SLAS mod- ules. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 3-27 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 63: Figure 3-17 Basic Layout Of The Alum Module

    Port X3 ALUM Relay K1-B K2-B Trunk module Port X6 HICOM 100 E Subscr. module K2-C K1-C Relay Port X4 Normal telephone Figure 3-17 Basic layout of the ALUM module A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 3-28 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 64: Stbg4 Module

    BL 2 AN 2 AL 3 BL 3 BL 3 AN 3 AL 4 BL 4 BL 4 AN 4 Not assigned Table 3-24 Contact assignment of the STBG module A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 3-29 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 65: Function Expansions Without Options Bus

    Port X2 - EXM Port X4 - MPPI Connection Not assigned Connection Not assigned Not assigned Not assigned Not assigned EXMCL Not assigned EXMCL Table 3-25 Contact assignment of the EXM/MPPI modules A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 3-30 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 66: Figure 3-20 Mppi Interface

    EXMDIR EXMDIR HRES HRES EXMD EXMD EXMDET EXMDET Not assigned Not assigned Table 3-25 Contact assignment of the EXM/MPPI modules Cable to MB (port X4) MPPI Figure 3-20 MPPI interface A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 3-31 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 67: Serial Interface Cable And V.24 Adapter

    Printer Modem Figure 3-21 Pin assignment of the V.24 adapter cable Carrier Detect Clear To Send Data Send Ready Data Terminal Ready Ground Request To Send Receive Data Transmit Data A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 3-32 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 68: Coarse Protection

    MDFU of the Hicom 125/130. National regulations must be observed. Generally speaking, the systems are not suit- able for a cable that exits the building. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 3-33 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 69: Power Supply (Psu/Ups)

    Before commencing work on the system or installing expansions, always pull the power plug, disconnect (screw connections) and pull the PSU or UPS, as otherwise the modules may be damaged. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 3-34 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 70: Figure 3-24 Psu/Ups Circuitry

    Contacts Contacts Port X6 solder side component side - 48V - 48V 75VAC 13/15 + 5V + 5V + 5V not assigned Table 3-28 Contact assignment of PSU/UPS1 and PSU/UPS2 A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 3-35 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 71: Main Distribution Frame

    PC board connectors for the terminal blocks. The terminal blocks required for wiring are supplied with the respective modules. Plug connection to the system Screw terminals to the network Figure 3-25 Main distribution frame – screw terminals A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 3-36 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 72: Features

    Only possible if it has been released by Tele- Outgoing call With traffic restrictions (15 categories) Only possible if it has been released by Tele- Camp-on with busy telephone Only possible if it has been released by Tele- A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 73: All Traffic Modes

    Recognise signalling method of a/b extensions Automatic return of call after timeout Retrieve call from park, hold etc. from Park or Hold Shared line One telephone line for two extensions Overload indicator FRA only A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 74: Incoming Traffic, General

    Two different tones for executive/secretary relationship, internal trunk call Call forwarding, no reply An unanswered call is forwarded to another exension Answer group One extension determines which extensions are members of an answer group A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 75: Outgoing Traffic, General (As Of Sw 2.0.2)

    Normal telephone (DP) – only after external dial + timeout + code Can be transmitted by DTMF: Normal telephone (DTMF) – after trunk seizure + signal key + code Systemwide option in programming A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 76: General Trunk Traffic

    Fax recognition, integral Option with fax/DDI module Automatic fax call forwarding Option with fax/DDI module Group ringing, external and internal All member extensions in group are called simultaneously Night service Fixed and variable A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 77: Outgoing Trunk Traffic

    Call keys (virtual line keys) Line seizure, automatic Via trunk group and overflow trunk group Dial pause With analogue trunk (programmable) Project code Max. 11-character project code per call. Booking code Allocation of project-related charges A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 78: Least Cost Routing

    Data which remains LCR for GBR undisclosed to the user is exchanged for subsequent LCR for T-Net (Thyssen/Telecom) call billing and call setup purposes. Dial In Control Server (DICS) Private network translation tables A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 79: Internal Traffic

    From 4 entrance telephones, also follows call diversion (as of SW 2.0.2) Door busy indicator Relay option via actuators Open door from entrance telephone With DTMF code (as of SW 2.0.2) A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 80: Miscellaneous

    Use as satellite system (Q-Sig) dedication connection, Q-Sig protocol Hotel applications Caracas desk Integral digital modem (S Teleservice (as of SW 2.0.2) Customer data memory output to V.24 Text format, e.g. for printer, terminal etc. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 81 Resetting a call Although a call is signalled, the called extension can seize another line (without answering the first call). The first call is then signalled as a camp-on call. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 4-10 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 82: Call Charges - Call Detail Recording

    Parameters can be customised System administration Programming telephone PC tool Teleservice (as of SW 2.0.2) DTMF remote administration & maintenance (as of SW 2.0.2) Digital modem (as of SW 2.0.2) A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 4-11 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 83: Measures In The Event Of A Power Failure

    Incoming connection Main Hicom 100E PBX Automatic callback, no reply/busy Also systems-wide Consultation hold Via the second B-channel in the main PBX, also possible in user’s own system Transfer Accept A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 4-12 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 84: Q-Sig Networking

    Internal conference with additional external ext. three party service SUB - Provide info. in addition to the ext. number subaddressing MCID - Trace nuisance/malicious callers (via Telecom only) malicious call identification A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 4-13 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 85: Euro-Isdn To Extension S

    CFU - Immediate call diversion call forwarding unconditional CCBS - Callback, busy completion of calls to busy subscr. MCID - Trace nuisance/malicious callers (via Telecom only) malicious call identification A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 4-14 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 86: Description Of Feature Update In Sw 2.1

    When using an existing DDI number for specific seizure, the procedure must first be called up by entering the appropriate code. The DDI number is then dialled before selecting the required call number. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 4-15 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 87: Ddi-Specific Signalling

    Terminals belonging to a MU- LAP group can set up outgoing connections, however. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 4-16 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 88: Configuration Options

    "S" key (service) is always to be used to activate features during a call (not pos- sible in the case of normal DP telephones). 4.20.3 Enhanced door opener functions The door opener "Doorline M02" is supported. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 4-17 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 89: Extending An Undialed Line

    4.20.4 Extending an undialed line A Hicom 100 E extension that does not have outgoing trunk access can be assigned an undi- aled line via the local attendant console to allow it to conduct an external call. This feature can be used from the local attendant console (not network-wide) or from any other attendant con- sole, an attendant console group or from the night station.
  • Page 90: Installation

    Installation Hicom 108/112/118 are compact, digital, Euro-ISDN-compatible telephone systems belonging to the Hicom 100 E product family. They may consist of several components depending on the version and on the requirements. These instructions are intended for Siemens field engineers or the specialist contractors, who install, connect and commission the individual components of the Hicom 108/112/118 system.
  • Page 91: Installing The System Unit

    75 Vac~ ± 10% for 50 Hz or 75 Vac~ ± 10% for 25 Hz Insert and screw the PSU or UPS once the necessary add-on modules have been inserted. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 92: Psu1/Ups1 Power Supply

    PSU2/UPS2 power supply Derived voltages MB and system Function Total expansion expansion +5V DC –48V DC 50, 8W 52, 8W –45/75 V DC – Table 5-2 Power split PSU2/UPS2 for Hicom 118 A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 93: Battery For Ups2

    (UPS only) Figure 5-3 Connecting the UPS battery cable Danger Do not insert the power cable in the mains socket until all installation and connection work has been completed. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 94 Installation Power supply Caution Plugging/unplugging the mains plug is basically the only way to activate/deactivate the system. If a UPS is fitted, always deactivate battery mode before pulling the mains plug. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 95: Installing Cards For System Expansions

    If a changed equipping scheme is detected during startup: – Missing or defective module > no action. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 96 MSNs of the terminals irrespective of the equipping scheme. The following scheme applies to the allocation of the default MSNs of the 16 possible S ports (used if no MSN is assigned to the terminal): S0 port Default MSN A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 97: Connecting Isdn (S ) Interfaces

    NT. Connecting to Hicom 300 (CorNet-N) Plug the connecting cable supplied with the unit into socket S 1 through S 4. Plug the other end into the Hicom 300. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 98: Connecting Isdn Terminals

    The other S interfaces (2, 3 and 4) are assigned the extension numbers of the next three extensions in ascending order as their MSNs. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 99: Figure 5-5 Examples Of Mini-Western Socket Wiring

    Pin assignments Mini-Western sockets: 4-pole 6-pole 8-pole SX2 SR1SR2SX1 SX2SR1SR2 SX1 SX2SR1SR2SX1 Mini-Western cables are always centred relative to their plug terminals when connected Figure 5-5 Examples of Mini-Western socket wiring A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 5-10 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 100: Figure 5-6 Example Of S Bus Socket Wiring

    10 m. 100 Ω/0.25 W Terminating resistor in the last socket Maximum ranges: System 150m (shorter bus) 150m (longer Bus) Figure 5-6 Example of S bus socket wiring A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 5-11 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 101: Extension Number For Internal S Extensions

    In the case of mixed equipping, a distinction must be made between the routes. Call forwarding in the exchange is only supported at extension 11 in the case of PMP. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 5-12 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 102: Connecting Printer, Modem Or Pc

    Connection to printer/modem/PC: connect the 9-pole SubD female connector via the applicable CASDT adapter. Observe the manufacturer’s instructions when using the printer/modem/PC. Output format, long: Date Time Line Extension Duration Extension number Currency amount A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 5-13 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 103 8 = conference with outgoing voice call 9 = call diversion to external destination/transfer to external 0 = call information to PC for further processing Project code (max. 11 characters) MSN number A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 5-14 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 104: Pin Assignment Of The V.24 Adapter Cable

    9 4 DTR CTS 8 3 TxD RTS 7 2 RxD DSR 6 1 CD Printer Modem Figure 5-7 Pin assignment of the V.24 adapter cable to MB A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 5-15 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 105: V.24 Connection To Sib

    Delrina Win FAX Pro TxD2 TxD2 Spain RxD3 RxD3 Aceex 1414 CTS5 RTS7 Elsa 2460 TL RTS7 CTS8 GND7 GND5 DSR6 DTR20 Figure 5-9 Pin assignment of the modem adapter A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 5-16 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 106: Figure 5-10 Pin Assignment Of The Printer Adapter

    SubD plug SubD plug CASDT printer S30122-K5597-X Suitable for: SIEMENS P500 EPSON LX series RxD2 RxD3 DSR6 RTS7 DCD8 DTR20 GND5 GND7 Figure 5-10 Pin assignment of the printer adapter A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 5-17 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 107: Connecting A/B Terminals Or Entrance Telephones

    Connection to a/b terminal. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions, see also Section 10.5.2 and Section 11.3. Up to 4 entrance telephones can be connected. The system activates analogue ports only after seizure. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 5-18 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 108: Connecting Automatic Dialler (Associated Dial)

    Connect the module’s a/b terminals (AT/BT) to the analogue a/b port of the MB (e.g. ext. 23); analogue access is not identical to fax destination! Insert W1-W2 link. Plug in/screw PSU/UPS and connect to power supply. See Programming guide, Section 10.8.3 for details on programming. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 5-19 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 109 Installation Connecting the fax DDI module A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 5-20 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 110: Initial Operation

    Plug the power cable into the re-connected power supply. Re-initialise the system (not necessary, if only previously unoccupied free slots are used). Supplement customer data if necessary, see Section 6.5 A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 111: Nationalisation

    50692539 Denmark 98457559 Netherlands 49545821 Turkey 53951509 FR Germany 45109382 Netherlands 2 99291187 Finland 69442143 Norway 53911312 85315585 France 68141859 Pakistan 51951328 98256348 IM = International Markets Table 6-1 National codes A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 112: Re-Initialising

    A special password must be entered in order to modify an option that is connected and recognized. After entering this password and resetting the system, the modules currently connected are recognized by the system. Existing messages stored in FAX/DUWA module(s) are erased. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 113: Customer Data

    This ensures that the extension number plan of the basic box and the expansion box is uniform. The extension numbers in the expansion box remain 3-digit numbers and must be changed with the ASSISTANT L PC tool. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 114: System Extension Number

    Requirement: "System administration" started Ex- pert mode: code 192 Observe display: page As of here, follow prompts on display. through to "ISDN parameters" and "System ext. number" and confirm Figure 6-3 Entering system extension number A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 115: Call Management (Cm)

    Entry 5 one cell for defining the call diversion time for cells 1–4. Entry 6 one cell for forwarding handling common ringer. Entry 7 one cell for connection type of common ringer or secondary telephone. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 116: Call Group And Hunt Groups

    Call management (CM) 6.9.4 Call group and hunt groups Eight groups, each with 8 members, can be set up as linear/cyclic hunting groups or with group ringing characteristics, see Figure 6-6. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 117: Call Allocation/Call Management: Examples

    Ext. AT night 15197 = Common ringer, mode 15196 = Common ringer, PEN 15195 = No. of ring attempts DDI night 15194 External calls night Figure 6-4 Call Management overview A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 118: Hicom

    Intercept console entries per line are made under Call al- 1514 Intercept console night location line, day 1517/night 1518. Intercept criteria No answer, busy, invalid, incomplete, recall 1515 Call allocation continues in block 2 (call signalling). A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 119 Block 4 Incoming calls/group setup 15161 Ext. called In this table, up to 8 group extensions can be entered for each of the 8 possible user groups (with extension numbers 881– 888). A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 6-10 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 120 Block 4 Incoming calls/group setup The function of the group (881–888) is entered here. Call type Functions are: 15162 cyclic hunting group, linear hunting group, group ringing, group ringing, no answer. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 6-11 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 121: Figure 6-5 Call Management (Example)

    With the default setting, the- se ext. numbers correspond DDI night to the 8 user groups (also for 15192/15193). (Entries: call dest. lists 1 to 16) Figure 6-5 Call Management (example) A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 6-12 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 122: Figure 6-6 Call Management (Example, Continued)

    = Selected ext. no. of station # = System search operation (as of SW 2.1= #9) 870–873 = Pseudo ports (870=fax; 871=DDI; 872=fax/DDI; 873=announcement before notification) Figure 6-6 Call Management (example, continued) A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 6-13 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 123: Figure 6-7 Isdn Intercept Day/Night

    The call forwarding timeout for this list should be set to 15 rings so that calls are not forwarded when the intercept console is functioning properly. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 6-14 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 124: Networking (Hicom 112/118 Only)

    2 is dialled if no extension number is transferred. 6.10.6 Route codes (menu7 22 4) Each route can be assigned up to 10 codes on the basis of the extension number plan (max. 3-digit). A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 6-15 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 125: Digit Repetition (Menu 16 16)

    Collision with one of the route codes Assign codes route code entered Collision with Collision with one of the internal ex- int. extension number tension numbers Table 6-2 Error messages for network settings A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 6-16 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 126: Table 6-2 Error Messages For Network Settings

    Digit repetition was deactivated when digit repetition attempt was made to assign additio- nal route codes Table 6-2 Error messages for network settings Error messages must be acknowledged before you proceed with programming. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 6-17 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 127: Figure 6-8 Example Of Networking

    Office B internal numbering 4711–4732 (can only be set via a PC tool) Office B: DDI numbering for 11 to 32 Route 1 > head office = route code 0, 40, 41, 42, 46, digit repetition activated A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 6-18 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 128 With these settings, the three systems work together as a whole. Regardless of where you are within the company, the extension and telephone numbers are always the same. Examples do not apply in the case of closed numbering. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 6-19 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 129: Upgrading A System

    11. Once the system has re-booted, perform system Nationalisation( Section 6.3) and reenter the customer programming. If an error message appears, abort the load process and start again from point 7 of the upgrade instructions. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 6-20 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 130: Converting From Sw 2.0.2 To Sw 2.1

    "new21.kds", (the destination file). This is done by selecting "File and Convert" within Assistant_L. A new file is automatically created, "konvert.kds". This contains the customer programming on the SW 2.1 matrix and may be uploaded to the system. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 6-21 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 131 Initial operation Converting from SW 2.0.2 to SW 2.1 A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 6-22 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 132: Administration And Maintenance

    Message texts – see menu system or code 18 1 – Absence texts – see menu system or code 18 2 – – Texts for fax/DDI option – Code for remote administration Figure 7-1 User data codes A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 133: Codes/Extension Numbers Without The S Key And * Or

    9 (GBR 0) Attendant console 0 (GBR 9) 0 (GBR 0 (GBR 9) Route 1 * Also applicable for optiset entry Table 7-1 Codes/extension numbers without S key and * or # A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 134: Codes For Accessing Services

    (S)*50 75 50 Alternative carrier, e. g. Mercury (S)*51 75 51 Flash to PBX (e.g. ANIS), consultation main PBX (S)*52 Mute ON (S)#52 Mute OFF Table 7-2 Codes for accessing services A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 135 75 65 Display call charges (S)*66 code *66 code 75 66 code Code lock ON (S)#66 code #66 code 76 66 code Code lock OFF Table 7-2 Codes for accessing services A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 136 1 (with ext. no.), 2 (without ext. no.) (S)#89 ext. #89 ext. no./ 7689 ext. no./ Door opener OFF no./ code/x code/x code/x x: 1=with ext., 2=without ext. Table 7-2 Codes for accessing services A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 137 *991 Remote DTMF system administration at master system (S)*992 *992 Release remote DTMF system administration at slave system (S)*993 *993 Release remote ISDN system administration Table 7-2 Codes for accessing services A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 138: System Programming In Interactive Mode

    Simply follow the user prompts; the system will always inform you of available and unavailable (error messages) options and will recommend corrective measures using expert mode (branch address to collision entry found). A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 139: System Programming In Expert Mode

    Selection using codes: depending on the menu, you must enter single or multiple-digit codes. On the keypad, "*" can be used to change the data position and "#" to call the configuration option. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 140: Starting System Administration

    System settings Codes Doorphone setup Fax/DDI Actuators Sensors Least cost routing Print customer data System data Remote administration Call distribution (Hicom 118-2 only, two-box system) Table 7-3 Code groups for expert mode A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 141 Currency unit, alphanumeric entry (up to 3 characters) ISDN unit, factor 0 to 65535 On ringing, 0 = no/1 = yes = SW 2.0.1+; = SW 2.0.2; = SW 2.1 Table 7-4 Codes for expert mode A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 7-10 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 142 3-digit seizure code, unabbreviated ext. number (max. 20 digits) Central abb. dialling ext. numbers Central abb. dialling names = SW 2.0.1+; = SW 2.0.2; = SW 2.1 Table 7-4 Codes for expert mode A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 7-11 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 143 Call trace, 0 = not enabled/1 = enabled External call diversion, 0 = not enabled/1 = enabled = SW 2.0.1+; = SW 2.0.2; = SW 2.1 Table 7-4 Codes for expert mode A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 7-12 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 144: Table 7-4 Codes For Expert Mode

    Barred numbers list 5, 10 items Barred numbers list 6, 10 items Total active exts. – for information purposes only = SW 2.0.1+; = SW 2.0.2; = SW 2.1 Table 7-4 Codes for expert mode A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 7-13 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 145 9-13 Barred numbers list 1–6 14 Unrestricted trunk access Dialling signal transmission, 0 = step-by-step, 1 = block-by-block = SW 2.0.1+; = SW 2.0.2; = SW 2.1 Table 7-4 Codes for expert mode A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 7-14 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 146 Internal calls, select ext./grp., assign 11–74/881–888 and a call dest. list External calls, day, select ext./grp., assign 11–74/881–888 and a call dest. list = SW 2.0.1+; = SW 2.0.2; = SW 2.1 Table 7-4 Codes for expert mode A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 7-15 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 147 Consultation-call prevention (BRA only) 0 = off/ 1 = on Signalling type, 0=call type 1, 1=call type 2, 2=call type 3 = SW 2.0.1+; = SW 2.0.2; = SW 2.1 Table 7-4 Codes for expert mode A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 7-16 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 148 Route change, 0 = not enabled/1 = enabled Central intercept Connection data routing Ext. number destination system System number Group number = SW 2.0.1+; = SW 2.0.2; = SW 2.1 Table 7-4 Codes for expert mode A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 7-17 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 149 Transfer without notification, 1 = transferring party/2 = transferred party Data compression, 0 = no/1 = yes = SW 2.0.1+; = SW 2.0.2; = SW 2.1 Table 7-4 Codes for expert mode A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 7-18 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 150 3 = CorNet 1 4 = Euro bus 5 = VN trunk France 6 = Euro ISDN PMP 7 = CorNet 2 = SW 2.0.1+; = SW 2.0.2; = SW 2.1 Table 7-4 Codes for expert mode A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 7-19 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 151 Trunk call pause, select route 1–4, 1 = 6s, 2 = 13s Line length, select line 1–32: 0 = short/1 = long = SW 2.0.1+; = SW 2.0.2; = SW 2.1 Table 7-4 Codes for expert mode A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 7-20 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 152 Classes of service Night service, enter ext. 1–5 Automatic DTMF, 0=no/1= yes Extend undialed line, 0=no/1= yes = SW 2.0.1+; = SW 2.0.2; = SW 2.1 Table 7-4 Codes for expert mode A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 7-21 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 153 Doorbell divert, external 0 = disable/1 = enable DTMF door release, 0 = disabled/1 = enabled = SW 2.0.1+; = SW 2.0.2; = SW 2.1 Table 7-4 Codes for expert mode A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 7-22 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 154 2 = transfer text VT (1=play back text, 2=record text) Announcement message(1=playback , 2=record ) Initialisation – module (announcements are deleted) = SW 2.0.1+; = SW 2.0.2; = SW 2.1 Table 7-4 Codes for expert mode A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 7-23 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 155 1–4 and enter ext. number Actuator names, select actuator 1–4, enter alphanumeric names (max. 16 characters) = SW 2.0.1+; = SW 2.0.2; = SW 2.1 Table 7-4 Codes for expert mode A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 7-24 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 156 Disable time, select sensor 1–4 and enter 0–255 Sensor name, select sensor 1–4, enter alphanumeric names (max. 16 characters) = SW 2.0.1+; = SW 2.0.2; = SW 2.1 Table 7-4 Codes for expert mode A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 7-25 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 157: Table 8-1 Exception Table

    Interpreted digits (LCR type 3 only) (max. 7 characters) Route (LCR type 3 only) (1 character) = SW 2.0.1+; = SW 2.0.2; = SW 2.1 Table 7-4 Codes for expert mode A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 7-26 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 158 SW version (for information only) Options Option type for each option (1...16) SW version for each option (1...16) = SW 2.0.1+; = SW 2.0.2; = SW 2.1 Table 7-4 Codes for expert mode A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 7-27 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 159 Reset access code (6 characters): 0 = reset Automatic customer data printout, access 0 = no/1 = yes = SW 2.0.1+; = SW 2.0.2; = SW 2.1 Table 7-4 Codes for expert mode A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 7-28 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 160 Waiting times Ring attempts: 1 = primary ring attempts; 2 = secondary ring attempts Post-processing time = SW 2.0.1+; = SW 2.0.2; = SW 2.1 Table 7-4 Codes for expert mode A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 7-29 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 161: Overview Of Configuration Parameters

    Daylight saving time Call charge menu Texts Status display: system-wide Status display: lines Status display: extensions In the following table, the expert mode codes (CDM menu) are specified in the column "Term.". A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 7-30 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 162: Table 7-5 System Configuration Via Pc And/Or Programming Telephone

    Intercept with linked Diversion yes/no V.24 baud rate for MB 2,400 2,400/9,600 baud x 21 131 (SIB=2400 baud, permanent set- ting) Table 7-5 System configuration via PC and/or programming telephone A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 7-31 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 163 Ext. number, max. 5 characters 23 1 (4 entrance telephone possible as of V2.0.2) Receiving extension(s) for doorbell max. 5 characters 23 2 Table 7-5 System configuration via PC and/or programming telephone A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 7-32 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 164 V.24 interface index (1 = MB, 2-5=SIB) Time parameters End-of-dial timeout for DTMF termi- 10 s Multiples of 1 s nals Table 7-5 System configuration via PC and/or programming telephone A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 7-33 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 165 TEI entry for PMP 01 to 63 (only up to SW 2.0.1+) Networking Route parameters Name, system ext. number 16 15 Table 7-5 System configuration via PC and/or programming telephone A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 7-34 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 166 13 15 Caller list (as of V2.0.2) yes/no for each user 13 20 Intrusion class of service yes/no 13 13 Table 7-5 System configuration via PC and/or programming telephone A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 7-35 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 167 6 allowed and 6 barred numbers 14 3 allowed numbers list lists (as of SW 2.0.2) 14 4 Call Management Table 7-5 System configuration via PC and/or programming telephone A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 7-36 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 168 2 = lin. hunting group 3 = group ringing 4 = group ringing, free Group names x 15 163 max. 16 characters Table 7-5 System configuration via PC and/or programming telephone A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 7-37 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 169 Any digit string (max. 7 characters) 27 8 for each entry in the case of "Cor- for each of the 50 entries porate Network" LCR Table 7-5 System configuration via PC and/or programming telephone A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 7-38 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 170 Define the extensions in the 2 call blank Up to 16 telephones per group 13 17 pick-up groups (8 as of SW 2.0.2) Table 7-5 System configuration via PC and/or programming telephone A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 7-39 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 171 (V2.0.2) 24 4 Fax destination One fax dest. for each line 24 7 Record announcement Play back announcement 24 8 Table 7-5 System configuration via PC and/or programming telephone A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 7-40 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 172 3: Urgent call 4: Do not disturb 5: FAX waiting 6: Dictation please 7: Please join me 8: Coffee please 9: Vacate office Table 7-5 System configuration via PC and/or programming telephone A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 7-41 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 173 Diversion destination from XX) Reset activated feature (as of V2.0.2) Ext. Table 7-5 System configuration via PC and/or programming telephone A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 7-42 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 174: System Programming Via Pc

    Querying the SW status of the system and the connected modules. Querying the HW configuration of the system. Tool interfaces and help texts in the appropriate languages for the countries supported. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 7-43 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 175: Teleservice

    SLAS 8 V.24 Modem 2 Modem 1 alternatively not required if dig. modem used Telecom Remote administration using PC tool, ASSISTANT L Figure 7-4 Connection setup via modem for teleservice A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 7-44 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 176: Digital Modem (Menu 30 2)

    DTMF administration and maintenance is only available via analogue trunk lines up to SW 2.0.2. As of SW 2.1, the DTMF remote AM feature can also be activated via S lines. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 7-45 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 177: Dtmf Remote Administration And Maintenance Procedure

    The signalling cycle is then increased to 10s intervals and the cyclical signals are maintained during the entire administration and maintenance procedure. If user data is transferred, cyclical signalling starts again from the beginning when the transfer has been completed. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 7-46 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 178: Activating Dtmf Remote Administration

    The slave system can now be programmed with the customary expert codes using the master system’s programming telephone. Press "F7" in the main menu to terminate remote administration. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 7-47 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 179: Classes Of Service

    Allowed nos. list, Additional list with 10 allowed ext. numbers short5 Barred nos. list long Reference to list with 25 barred ext. numbers Table 7-7 Classes of service as of SW 2.0.2 A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 7-48 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 180 Unrestricted trunk ac- User may telephone without any restrictions cess Table 7-7 Classes of service as of SW 2.0.2 In the case of barred number lists the trunk code is not specified. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 7-49 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 181: Toll Restriction

    An additional 5 allowed and barred number lists are available with up to ten 7-digit entries as of V2.0.2. Central abbreviated dialling numbers are not subject to toll restriction. The call numbers can be input in any sequence. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 7-50 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 182: Timer

    850ms/850ms DTMF transmission time/pause time 90/90ms; NDL 80/80ms NSA pre-hold time 20ms; GBR 240ms NSA post-hold time 20ms; SPA 30ms NSA response time 0ms; NDL <300ms Entries: default value/additional values A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 7-51 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 183 Administration and maintenance Timer A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 7-52 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 184: Least Cost Routing (Lcr)

    The exception table can comprise up to 50 numbers each with max. 7 digits. Characters selected (max. 7 digits) Exception table for: 04711 8765487 Single-stage LCR 5465465 Two-stage LCR 089722 LCR for DICS dial-in procedure 0211 Table 8-1 Exception table A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 185: Table 8-2 Routing Table

    No external calls are permitted if a terminal is locked (code lock). Abbreviated dialling numbers can be sent after the network has been selected. If abbrevi- ated dialling numbers are used without selecting the network beforehand, the main net- work is used. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 186 6: 6; Pos. 7: 7; Pos. 8: 8; Pos.9: 9 Only numbers containing prefixes can be routed. For this reason, the exception table should be completed as described above. Table 8-3 Configuration example for single-stage LCR A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 187: Two-Stage Lcr

    6: 6; Pos. 7: 7; Pos. 8: 8; Pos.9: 9 Only numbers containing prefixes can be routed. For this reason, the exception table should be completed as described above. Table 8-4 Configuration example for two-stage LCR A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 188: Dial-In Procedure (Previously T-Net) As Of V2.1

    This LCR functionality available to customers has now been integrated into the Hicom 100 E systems thus doing away with the need for the remote access unit (RAU) if a Hicom 100 E is used. The existing LCR table containing 50 entries is used as an exception table (see Table 8- On the basis of the exception table, the system decides whether or not a call should be set up via the normal (Telecom) or corporate network.
  • Page 189: Dialling Into The Cn

    If, on the basis of the exception table, it was decided to send the call via the CN, the number dialled by the internal user is first completed by Hicom 100 E. To this end, a timer (4s) is started after each digit. If another digit is dialled within this period, the digit is appended and the timer restarted.
  • Page 190: Remote Maintenance Of Lcr Functions

    As a rule, connections requiring data services in the D-channel are not routed via the CN. As is the case with RAU, Hicom 100 E can also be used, if necessary, as a downstream "access box" for other PABXs (e.g. analogue technology) thus enabling users to access the CN.
  • Page 191: Table 7-6 Table

    * Entry no. 11: Own local network ** Entry no. 12-50: Additional area codes locally Table 8-6 Exception table for DICS Entries 1-10 and 11 (local network) are mandatory! Entries 12-50 must be made for each user. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 192: Corporate Network Lcr (As Of V2.0.2)

    805900) Converted digits: enter digits actually dialled 27 8 Route: indication of route for each individual conversion 27 9 (simplified dialling must be "off") Table 8-7 Configuration example for conversion table A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 193: Examples Of Corporate Networks

    Line 6 shows how it can be set that all numbers beginning with the digits "55..." are routed via route 2 and replaced with the dial string "08972255...". DDI numbers belonging to a different site can thus be dialled in the same way as internal numbers. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 8-10 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 194: Maintenance And Repair

    Spare parts Spare parts are provided only for peripherals connected to the system. Expansion cardsand modules may be replaced as required but can only be repaired by the manufacturer Section 3.1. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 195 Maintenance and repair Spare parts A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 196: Programming Guide

    The system extension number is to be entered without a prefix and without a console code. Direct dialling in is not possible if the system extension number has not been programmed. The system extension number is assigned for each route (up to SW 2.0.2 only). A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-1 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 197: Changing Port Configuration

    (as of 2.0.2 Cornet 1), 4 = Euro bus, 5 = VN (FRA only), 6 = PMP Euro trunk (as of 2.0.2), 7 = CorNet 2 (as of 2.0.2) A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-2 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 198: Activating Call Number Suppression

    Programming sequence, see Section 10.6.1 . 10.1.2.2 Programming an ISDN port as a multi-device connection The relevant port must be configured as a Euro-ISDN point-to-multipoint port in the case of a multi-device connection. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-3 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 199: Analogue Trunk

    Line 1: DTMF or <OK> Line 1: DP Return to Start menu System administration <F8> Automatic recognition of the signalling method can be set by entering "0" under point C. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-4 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 200: Setting A Dial Pause

    Route 1: 13 s <OK> Confirm input Route 1: 13 s <F8> Return to Start menu System administration The trunk call interval can be reset to 6 by entering "1" under point C. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-5 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 201: Changing Line Length

    1 for "long line" Line 1: long <OK> Confirm input Line 1: long <F8> Return to Start menu System administration The "short line" status can be reset by entering "0" under point C. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-6 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 202: Networking

    . For each Hicom 100E extension, however, the tie line number and the relevant extension number must be entered as the direct dialling in number. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-7 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 203: Rerouting

    Route 1: if path known Return to Start menu System administration <F8> Rerouting can be deactivated by entering "0" under point C and can be permanently activated by entering "2". A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-8 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 204: Changing A Route

    In this type of network, at least one free Hicom 100E analogue extension interface is connected to the trunk interface (DTMF flash necessary) of the satellite system. The satellite system is treated by Hicom 100E as a normal analogue a/b extension. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-9 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 205: Connection As Slave

    Simplified dialling OFF Status: on <OK> Confirm input Status: on <F8> Return to Start menu System administration Deactivated automatic line seizure can be reactivated by entering "1" under point C. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-10 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 206: Route Assignment

    Line 3: 2 <F8> Return to Start menu System administration One line can be assigned to one of the four routes by entering the route number 1 to 4 under point E. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-11 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 207: Route Type

    Line type route 2 = PBX Route 2: PBX <OK> Confirm input Route 2: PBX <F8> Return to Start menu System administration The "trunk" line type can be programmed by entering "0" under point D. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-12 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 208: Route Overflow

    Main PBX extension numbers from 200 to 299, 300 to 399 First of all, (using the "Assistant L" PC tool,) the Hicom 100E internal numbers and DDI numbers are to be changed from "11", "12" etc. to "411", "412" etc. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-13 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 209: Route Seizure

    Route 1: cyclical <OK> Confirm input Route 1: cyclical <F8> Return to Start menu System administration Seizure can be changed from cyclical to linear by entering "1" under point C. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-14 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 210: Route Names

    Route 1: trunk <OK> Confirm input Route 1: trunk <F8> Return to Start menu System administration An assigned name can be deleted by pressing the F3 key under point C. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-15 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 211: Programming Extensions

    F. The following values are possible: 0 = automatic, 1 = fax/modem, 2 = phone mail, 3 = loudspeaker, 4 = answering machine (the continuous tone is the ring tone for the fax ext.) A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-16 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 212 Port 4: Euro bus Return to Start menu System administration <F8> As of SW 2.0.2, the "Default" display will be replaced by "Automatic". A supplementary PSU is required for an ISDN telephone. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-17 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 213: Station Attributes

    Ext. 24: enabled <OK> Confirm input Ext. 24: enabled <F8> Return to Start menu System administration If activated, the associated dialling feature can be deactivated by entering "0" under point F. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-18 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 214: Camp-On Rejection (Data Security/Call Waiting)

    Ext. 11: yes Confirm input Ext. 11: yes <OK> <F8> Return to Start menu System administration An activated do-not-disturb override feature can be deactivated by entering "0" under point C. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-19 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 215: Headset

    Call pickup group 1 for ext. 12 Ext. 12: group 1 <OK> Confirm input Ext. 12: group 1 Call pickup group for ext. 13 Ext. 13: – Change input Ext. 13: A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-20 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 216: Resetting Active Individual Code Lock

    Reset PIN for ext. 12? Ext. 12: ***** Initiate reset Ext. 12: Perform reset Ext. 12: 0 <OK> Confirm input Ext. 12: ***** <F8> Return to Start menu System administration A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-21 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 217: Caller List (As Of Sw Version 2.0.2)

    Enable call trace Ext. 13: enabled <OK> Confirm input Ext. 13: enabled <F8> Return to Start menu System administration Call trace class-of-service can be deactivated by entering "0" under point E. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-22 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 218: Diversion, External (As Of Sw Version 2.0.2)

    Group 1, station 1: Executive tel. is ext. 13 Group 1, station 1: 13 <OK> Confirm input Group 1, station 1: 13 Scroll to the next station Group 1, station 2: – A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-23 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 219: Station Names

    The entrance telephone must be connected via a door opener adapter if the receiving extension for the doorbell and the door opener features are to be used. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-24 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 220: Setting Up The Entrance Telephones (As Of Sw Version 2.0.2)

    <OK> Confirm input Door 2: 26 <F8> Return to Start menu System administration An existing entrance telephone can be cancelled by pressing the F3 key under points C and G. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-25 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 221: Programming A Receiving Extension For The Doorbell

    Door 2: – Change input Door 2: 12 is receiving extension for door 2 Door 2 12 doorbell <OK> Confirm input Door 2: 12 <F8> Return to Start menu System administration A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-26 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 222: Setting Up The Door Opener

    Door opener feature ON Configuration: on <OK> Confirm input Configuration: on <F8> Return to Start menu System administration An activated door opener feature can be deactivated by entering "0" under point C. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-27 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 223: Controlling The Door Opener Via A Door Opener Adapter

    Doorbell diversion ON Door 2: activate Confirm input Door 2: activate <OK> <F8> Return to Start menu System administration Doorbell diversion can be blocked again by entering "0" under point D. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-28 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 224: Dtmf Release Class Of Service

    <OK> Confirm input Door 13: enabled <F8> Return to Start menu System administration Authorisation to release the DTMF door opener feature can be cancelled by entering "0" under point E. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-29 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 225: Trunk Access

    The numbers in this list can be dialled by an extension with class-of-service level <2>. Suffix dialling of additional numbers is not restricted. 45 items are available for allowed numbers. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-30 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 226: Allowed Numbers List As Of Sw Version 2.0.2

    Confirm input Item 2: 112 <F8> Return to Start menu System administration An allowed number can be deleted from the list by pressing the F3 key under point C or G. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-31 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 227: Barred Numbers List Up To Sw Version 2.0.1

    (2 to 6), each with 10 items, are available. The class-of-service level <8> corresponds to barred numbers list 1, while the class-of-service level <9> corresponds to barred numbers list 2 ... and so on. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-32 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 228: Trunk Access, Day, Up To Sw Version 2.0.1

    15 extensions can be a reference extension for any other Hicom 100E extension. Thus, there can be up to 15 different groups of extensions with the same daytime trunk access. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-33 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 229: Reference Extensions

    Return to Start menu System administration Classes of service <0> to <4> or <0> to <14> can be assigned by entering a value from "0"– "4" or "0"–"14" under points H or M. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-34 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 230: Normal Extensions

    15 extensions can be a reference extension for any other Hicom 100E extension. Thus, there can be up to 15 different groups of extensions with the same night-time trunk access. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-35 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 231: Reference Extensions

    Return to Start menu System administration Classes of service <0> to <4> or <0> to <14> can be assigned by entering a value from "0"– "4" or "0"–"14" under points D or H. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-36 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 232: Normal Extensions

    Trunk access for extensions with active code locks can be set for the entire system as of SW version 2.0.2. The classes of service correspond to the values specified in the chapter "Classes of service as of SW 2.0.2", see Section 10.5.4.2. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-37 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 233: Dialling Signal Transmission Mode (As Of Sw Version 2.0.2)

    Change input Mode: Activate block-by-block mode Mode: en-bloc Confirm input Mode: en-bloc <OK> <F8> Return to Start menu System administration "Step-by-step" mode can be reactivated by entering "0" under point C. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-38 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 234: Ddi Numbers

    Up to 8 extensions (destinations) can be combined in a group with its own group extension number (extensions retain their individual ext. numbers). A maximum of 8 groups of this kind can be set up. The default group extension numbers are "881" to "888". A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-39 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 235: Group Ringing Mode

    All idle extensions ring simultaneously. Type 4 – "Group ringing, no answer": All idle extensions ring simultaneously. If an ext. is busy, however, the incoming call is camped-on at this ext. only. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-40 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 236: Group Names

    Group 883: Sales <OK> Confirm input Group 883: Sales <F8> Return to Start menu System administration An assigned name can be deleted by pressing the F3 key under point F. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-41 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 237: Signalling Type

    (additional forw. ext.) that differs from that of the other extensions for external daytime calls. This ext. must be assigned to a specific call destination list (call destination list 11 in this example). A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-42 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 238: Reference For Night

    List for ext. no. 11: Assignment to list 10 List for ext. no. 11: 10 Confirm input List for ext. no. 11: 10 <OK> <F8> Return to Start menu System administration A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-43 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 239: Call Allocation For Incoming Analogue Trunk Calls

    List assignment for ext.11 during the List for ext. no. 11: 14 (select ext.11–74 or group 881–888 with "+" and "–" or directly with "#") Select extension List for ext. no.: A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-44 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 240: Call Allocation For Internal Calls

    (The PC tool "Assistant L" is required to change internal extension numbers.) Each internally dialled extension is assigned a call destination list which specifies the exact call procedure (e.g. call forwarding, forwarding time, etc.). A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-45 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 241: Call Destination Lists

    Internal call to call destination list 16 (up to SW 2.0.1: call destination 1) The contents of a call destination list describes the exact procedure of the call and clarifies the following questions: A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-46 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 242: Destination Indexes

    ", and call destination list 1–16 directly with "#") Select CDL List: Enter CDL 13 List: 13 <OK> Confirm input List 13, dest. 1: dial Scroll to dest. index 2 List 13, dest. 2: – A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-47 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 243: Call Forwarding Times

    Confirm input for list 13: 6 <F8> Return to Start menu System administration The number of rings can be programmed by entering a value between 1 and 15 under point F. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-48 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 244: Common Ringer

    "Immediate" is the default mode for all 16 call destination lists. Example: a common ringer entered in call destination list 13 should only ring after the call has been forwarded to the second destination index in the call destination list. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-49 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 245 <OK> Confirm input for list 13: after timeout <F8> Return to Start menu System administration "After timeout" mode can be changed to "immediate" mode by entering "1" under point F. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-50 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 246: Isdn Ddi Settings

    The required intercept console extensions are assigned to lines 1 to 4. The assignment is made in CDM 15 17. Lines in a shared basic access must always be assigned the same intercept console extension. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-51 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 247: Intercept Console At Night

    <F8> Return to Start menu System administration A different extension or call group can be programmed as the intercept console at night by entering another extension number under point C. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-52 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 248 Scroll to line 4 Line 4: 11 Change input Line 4: Select intercept console Line 4: 882 <OK> Confirm input Line 4: 882 <F8> Return to Start menu System administration A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-53 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 249: Defining The Console Code

    Intercept: Select intercept override Intercept: no <OK> Confirm input Intercept: no <F8> Return to Start menu System administration Intercept, no answer can be reactivated by entering "1" under point C. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-54 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 250: Defining Intercept, Busy

    Select intercept override Intercept: no <OK> Confirm input Intercept: no <F8> Return to Start menu System administration Intercept, unavailable DDI number can be reactivated by entering "1" under point C. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-55 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 251: Defining Intercept, Incomplete Ddi Number

    Change input Intercept: Select intercept Intercept: yes <OK> Confirm input Intercept: yes <F8> Return to Start menu System administration The intercept feature can be reactivated by entering "0" under point C. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-56 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 252: System Settings

    Status: Deactivate telephone directory Status: off <OK> Confirm input Status: off <F8> Return to Start menu System administration The telephone directory can be reactivated by entering "1" under point C. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-57 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 253: Setting The V.24 Interface Baud Rate (As Of Sw 2.0.1+)

    <F8> Return to Start menu System administration The CDRC printout can be deactivated by pressing the F3 key under point C. Entries 1 to 5 refer to the port number. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-58 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 254: V.24 Port For Call Charges/Extension

    <F8> Return to Start menu System administration The call charges/line printout can be assigned to the appropriate port number by entering a number from 1 to 5 under point C. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-59 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 255: V.24 Port For Customer Data Printout

    <F8> Return to Start menu System administration The call information data can be assigned to the appropriate port number by entering a number from 1 to 5 under point C. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-60 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 256: External Diversion (As Of Sw 2.0.1+)

    Change input Mode: Select enable Mode: enabled <OK> Confirm input Mode: enabled <F8> Return to Start menu System administration The "disabled" mode can be reset by entering "0" under point C. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-61 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 257: Caller List Display Mode (As Of Sw Version 2.0.2)

    Status: Select reservation ON Status: on <OK> Confirm input Status: on <F8> Return to Start menu System administration Automatic line seizure can be deactivated by entering "0" under point C. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-62 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 258: Alerting Tone During Conference (As Of Sw Version 2.0.2)

    Select tone OFF Alerting tone: off <OK> Confirm input Alerting tone: off <F8> Return to Start menu System administration The ring and tone can be reactivated by entering "1" under point C. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-63 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 259: Signal Key Mode (As Of Sw Version 2.0.2)

    Confirm input Station 2: 23 <F8> Return to Start menu System administration Night service can be enabled for other stations by entering other ext. numbers under point C and G. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-64 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 260: Codes

    Select substitute code 79 Code: 79 Confirm input Code: 79 <OK> <F8> Return to Start menu System administration The code can be deleted by pressing the F3 key under point C. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-65 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 261: Line Codes

    Route 1, item 1: Select route code "9" Route 1, item 1: 9 A route code can be deleted by pressing the F3 key under point C, H or M. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-66 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 262: Trunk Code Of Main Pbx

    Route 2: 8 <OK> Confirm input Route 2: 8 <F8> Return to Start menu System administration The secondary trunk code can be deleted by pressing the F3 key under point D. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-67 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 263: Displays

    "#") Select message Enter absence message <OK> Confirm input 4: Gone to lunch Change input An absence message can be deleted by pressing the F3 key under point F. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-68 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 264: Changing The Display Language Throughout The System

    Display language for ext. 13 ext. 13: German Change input ext. 13: Select Turkish ext. 13: Turkish <OK> Confirm input ext. 13: Turkish <F8> Return to Start menu System administration A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-69 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 265: Displaying The Call Duration

    The display can also be set to name and ext. number by entering "2" under point C. 10.7.14.7 Display during recall (as of SW version 2.0.2) In the case of a recall, the transfer destination appears on the display. Alternatively, the caller can also be displayed. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-70 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 266: Transfer Without Notification Display (As Of Sw Version 2.0.2)

    Select transferred party Display: transferred pty <OK> Confirm input Display: transferred pty <F8> Return to Start menu System administration The transferring party is displayed by entering "1" under point C. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-71 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 267: Data Compression/Extension (As Of Sw Version 2.0.2)

    Non-compressed output format Output: full <OK> Confirm input Output: full <F8> Return to Start menu System administration The compressed output format can be activated by entering "0" under point C. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-72 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 268: Digit Suppression

    Output incoming calls Output: yes Confirm input Output: yes <OK> <F8> Return to Start menu System administration The output of incoming calls can be overridden by entering "0" under point C. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-73 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 269: Recording The Call Duration

    Changing the charge factor The charge factor is set to "5" by default (to "12" as of SW version 2.0.1+). It can be changed to any value up to 65535. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-74 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 270: Changing The Currency Unit

    Factor: 50 Confirm input Factor: 50 <OK> <F8> Return to Start menu System administration The ISDN factor can be changed to any value from "0" to "65535" entered under point C. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-75 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 271: Programming Expansion Modules

    The response time can be defined for actuators which require a response time (2, 3 and 7 > Section 10.8.1.1). The value entered x100 ms gives the response time. The maximum value permitted is 255, i.e. 25.5 seconds. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-76 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 272: Allocating Extensions And Actuators

    Actuator no. 1: 883 <OK> Confirm input Actuator no. 1: 883 <F8> Return to Start menu System administration An assigned extension can be deleted by pressing the F3 key under point C. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-77 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 273: Assigning Actuator Names

    Sensor no. 1: 12 <OK> Confirm input Sensor no. 1: Lamp <F8> Return to Start menu System administration A destination number can be deleted with the F3 key under point C. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-78 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 274: Defining The Number For Recorded Announcement Device

    Sensor no. 1: *11# Confirm input Sensor no. 1: *11# <OK> <F8> Return to Start menu System administration Control data can be deleted with the F3 key under point C. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-79 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 275: Defining The Call Duration

    Sensor no. 1: 10 <OK> <F8> Return to Start menu System administration Another number of calls can be entered by entering a value from 1 to 255 under point C. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-80 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 276: Defining The Call Interval

    Sensor no. 1: 3 <OK> Confirm input Sensor no. 1: 3 <F8> Return to Start menu System administration The disable time can be deactivated by entering "0" under point C. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-81 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 277: Assigning Sensor Names

    Up to 4 fax/DDI modules can be connected to the system. The following programming procedures should be performed step by step. The first step entails defining the planned option type as well as the number of modules. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-82 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 278: Defining The Number Of Fax Options

    Change input Number Enter number Number: 1 <OK> Confirm input Number: 1 <F8> Return to Start menu System administration A fax/DDI option can be deleted by entering "0" under point C. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-83 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 279: Defining The Number Of Announcement Without Notification Options

    <OK> Confirm input Ext. no. for option 1: 23 <F8> Return to Start menu System administration An access extension number can be deleted with the F3 key under point C. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-84 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 280: Allocating To A Line

    The fourth step is to be performed with the fax, fax/DDI and autofax feature types: allocation of the internal fax extension number to a line. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-85 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 281: Defining The Fax Destination

    2 4 8 (up to SW2.0.1+) Initialisation of the fax/DDI modules Announcements are 2 4 9 (as of SW2.0.2) deleted <OK> Confirm input Initialisation completed <F8> Return to Start menu System administration A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-86 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 282: Recording Announcements

    Return to Start menu System administration * = This option type has no transfer text. Option types 1-3 are not taken into account in the case of valid DDI to S A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 10-87 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 283 Programming guide Programming expansion modules A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 10-88 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 284: Plus Products

    The a/b ports are configured to suit Memo by entering "Voicemail" as the station type. An inco- ming call is intercepted by Memo. Hicom 100 E then sends a DTMF sequence. This contains information identifying the extension which made the call, for example, and whether the call was forwarded or transferred.
  • Page 285 Voicemail group, for example, the box responds in the same way as it would for a direct station call (retrieve messages from box). Memo programming is described in the attached manual. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 11-2 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 286: Entrance Telephones

    Voice call to the entrance telephone can be set up from each telephone. No direct door opener feature (via actuator only) No doorbell signal at Hicom 100 E No amplifier trigger contact (via actuator only) Hicom108/112/118 In certain entrance telephones it may be necessary to insert a 1 µF/250V capacitor for each line (not required in the case of...
  • Page 287: Connection Via Door Opener Adapter Box

    TS1/TS2: Make contact for entrance telephone amplifier (if necessary*) * More recent amplifiers feature a built-in automatic disabling device which can generally be adjusted. This connection is not necessary in this instance. Figure 11-2 Door opener adapter connections A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 11-4 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 288: Figure 11-3 Egucom Door Opener System From Ackermann (Emmerich)

    Figure 11-3 EGUCOM door opener system from Ackermann (Emmerich) Hicom 100E Door opener TS1 TS2 UB1 UB2 TO2 KL1 Door opener adapter Grothe TR 1973 K transformer Grothe 6205 door opener Doorbell Figure 11-4 Entrance telephone from Grothe A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 11-5 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 289: Figure 11-5 Entrance Telephone System From Siedle

    Door opener adapter NG 402 power supply unit PVG 402-O door opener amplifier TLM 511-01 entrance telephone TM 511 doorbell Contact STRB S 30817-Q932-A Figure 11-5 Entrance telephone system from Siedle A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 11-6 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 290: Figure 11-6 Entrance Telephone System From Ritto

    UB1 UB2 TO2 KL1 Door opener adapter 6573.02 universal power supply unit Door opener 5680.00 amplifier 5760 ... entrance telephone TM 5761 doorbell Figure 11-6 Entrance telephone system from Ritto A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 11-7 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 291: Figure 11-7 Entrance Telephone System With Telegärtner Amplifier And Siedle

    Siedle NG 402 power supply unit Door opener con- verter Siedle TLM 511-01 entrance telephone TM 511 doorbell Figure 11-7 Entrance telephone system with Telegärtner amplifier and Siedle entrance telephone A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 11-8 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 292: Figure 11-8 Doorline M02 Entrance Telephone

    Type = Entrance telephone the actuator. Hicom 100 E The doorbell follows the programmed configura- (as of SW 2.1) tion. (Receiving extension for doorbell) Figure 11-8 Doorline M02 entrance telephone A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 11-9 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 293: Figure 11-9 Doorline M02 Entrance Telephone

    The connection to the entrance telephone is then to be set up by dialling the relevant code. The doorbell follows the internal call forwarding sequence programmed (V2.0.1+). Once the cables have been laid, parameters must be set for the control relay module (STRB). A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 11-10 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 294: Tfe/V Adapter

    5 mA MIC- Voice circuit amplifier Doorbell Figure 11-10TFE/V adapter interfaces Caution In the case of the a/b interface, always connect "minus" to the a-wire and "plus" to the b-wire. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 11-11 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 295: Figure 11-11Contact Assignment For Possible Voice Modules

    1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 Figure 11-11Contact assignment for possible voice modules A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 11-12 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 296: Connection Via Tfe/V Adapter Box

    - The potentiometer for setting the volume should, if possible, be set to the max. volume (turn as far right as possible). - Do not change jumper X1 (GER) - Door opener contact load: 2A max. Figure 11-12Connection to Siedle TLM 511-01, Ritto 5760 or Grothe TS 6216 entrance telephone A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 11-13 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 297 The yellow wire jumper is to be switched from "B" to "0" in the Grothe TS 6216 entrance tele- phone. X2 jumper = The X1 switch is not changed from the factory setting. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 11-14 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 298: Figure 11-13Overview Of Caracas Desk Configuration

    V.24 HICOM CABLE C97195-Z3023-C8 9-pin SubD for connection to Hicom 118 V.24 adapter V.24 adapter cable S30122-X5468-X not supplied, to be ordered separately Table 11-2 Overview of Caracas Desk item code numbers A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 11-15 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 299: Installing Caracas Desk

    Central call detail recording in Hicom 118 is to be set to compressed output format, without recording incoming calls and without a On ringing. Only use the original plug-in power supply unit. The following sequence is recommended when putting the Caracas Desk into operation: A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 11-16 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 300 Connect the plug-in power supply unit. Connect the V.24 cable to the printer and to Hicom 118. Connect the U to Optiset. P0/E Connect the U to Hicom 118. P0/E A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 11-17 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 301: Caracas Desk Basic Settings

    (e.g. all line unrestricted trunk access). Load the current extension numbers to Caracas Desk via the "Settings", "Basic settings", "Load customer data" menus. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 11-18 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 302 This procedure lasts approx. 3 minutes. Completion of the loading operation is identified by a flashing LED beside the "Message" key. The result (OK, error, conflict) can be queried and the message deleted by pressing this key. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 11-19 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 303: Setting Call Charges In Caracas Desk With A Password

    Reception telephone: lock the reception telephone. Query/delete the call charge total counter (two can be deleted and one cannot be deleted). Load room keys: program on reception telephone (S* 91). A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 11-20 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 304: Multiplexers

    CorNet port (code 19 3) 11.6 PC cards PC cards are installed between the PC and Hicom 100 E for video and data communication. Install an S bus (master only, no slave) in Hicom 100 E. Moreover, configure appropriate MSNs for the picture telephone selection.
  • Page 305 Plus products PC cards A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 11-22 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 306: General System Description

    12.1 General system description The euroset line 36 and Hicom 118-2 systems belonging to the Hicom 100 E product family are compact, digital, telephone systems suitable for analogue network access and for analogue ter- minals. The basic configuration of each system can be expanded and enhanced in different ways.
  • Page 307: Hicom 118-2 Hardware Overview

    Entrance telephone a/b interface gigaset i Personal computer Call charge computer/PC V.24 interface or printer Group 4 fax Figure 12-2 Hicom 118-2 connection options supported within system environment A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 12-2 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 308: Important Notes

    12.2 System data The configuration of the Euroset line 36 corresponds extensively to that of the Hicom 100 E. The only difference is that an additional (third) expansion level (6 slots in total) is provided in SW version 2.0.1+ for analogue add-on modules (SLAS/TLA). In SW version 2.0.2, only 2 ex- pansion levels (4 slots in total) are provided for analogue modules up to SLAS16 and TLA8.
  • Page 309: System Types

    Any space that may be required for future function ex- pansions or an expansion box (Hicom 118-2) must be taken into account in the initial plans. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 12-4 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 310: Euroset Line 36 System Overview (Version 2.0.1+)

    System expansion Plug in and secure (screw) Plug in Function expansions Figure 12-4 Euroset line 36 structural concept (SW 2.0.1+) All mounting locations can be assigned analogue 8-port modules (max.). A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 12-5 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 311: Euroset Line 36 System Overview (Version 2.0.2)

    Figure 12-5 Euroset line 36 structural concept (SW 2.0.2) Freely assignable with analogue line and/or subscriber modules. Slots 1 and 2 with 8-port modules, slots 3 and 4 with 16-port modules. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 12-6 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 312: Hicom 118-2 System Overview (Basic Box)

    Hicom 118-2 basic system structural concept Freely assignable with analogue and digital line and/or subscriber modules. Slots 1 and 2 with 8-port modules, slots 3 and 4 with 16-port modules. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 12-7 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 313: Hicom 118-2 System Overview (Expansion Box)

    Slots 5 with 8-port modules, slots 6, 7 and 8 with 16-port modules. The TLA module is to be incorporated preferably in the basic box in order to simplify the GEE module wiring. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 12-8 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 314: Hicom 118-2 System Expansions

    1, 2, 3, 4 STLS2 1, 2, 3, 4 TLA8 1 - 8 TLA4 1 - 8 TLA2 1 - 8 Table 12-1 Add-on modules for Hicom 118-2 system expansions A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 12-9 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 315: Technical Data

    Hicom 118-2 basic box basic configuration Hicom 118-2 basic box with max. expansions Hicom 118-2 expansion box Table 12-2 System dimensions in mm Dimensions and interfaces as for Hicom 100 E, see Figure 2-5 and Table 2-3. Operation Transport Storage Ambient temperature in °C...
  • Page 316: Basic Configuration And System Expansions

    Trunk interface with analogue trunk, see Section 2.10, S , see Section 5.6 Extension interface for normal telephone (NoFe), see Section 2.10 , see Section 2.10 Extension interface for U P0/E A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 12-11 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 317: Euroset Line 36 Motherboard

    (SIU), a real-time clock (NC battery only in SW 2.0.2) and a PCM highway controller and conference circuit. Euroset line 36 MB 4/4 - motherboard with 4 x U , 4 x a/b P0/E A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 12-12 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 318: Figure 12-8 Motherboard Interfaces – Euroset Line 36

    4 - port 4 EXMD b4 - port 4 b 4 - port 4 EXMDET not assigned Table 12-7 Contact assignment of the MB interfaces - Euroset line 36 A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 12-13 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 319: Hicom 118-2 Motherboard

    / a/b extensions are connected by means of screw terminals. These terminals can be re- P0/E moved from the module for installation or maintenance purposes, see Figure 12-8 or Figure 12- A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 12-14 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 320: Figure 12-9 Mb Interfaces, Hicom 118-2 Basic Box

    V. 24 adapter of SW 2.0.2 a/b ports 1 and 2 1...4 EXM / MPPI Options bus Figure 12-9 MB interfaces, Hicom 118-2 basic box Contact assignment, see Table 12-7 A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 12-15 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 321 This ensures that the extension number plan of the basic box and the expansion box is uniform. The extension numbers in the expansion box remain 3-digit numbers and must be changed with the ASSISTANT L PC tool. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 12-16 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 322: Eb 118-2 Expansion Module

    EB 118-2 expansion module PSU/UPS side MDF side 7 and 8 EB 118-2 System To MB PSU/UPS expansion X12 port(36-pin connecting cable) 5 and 6 Figure 12-11 EB interfaces, Hicom 118-2 expansion box A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 12-17 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 323: Figure 12-12 Equipping Sequence For The Expansion Box

    Euroset line 36/Hicom 118-2 System data Subscriber modules Trunk modules Slot 6 Slot 8 Slot 5 Slot 7 View from the PSU side Figure 12-12 Equipping sequence for the expansion box A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 12-18 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 324: Psu3 / Ups3 Power Supply

    Derived voltage MB and system Function Total expansion expansion +5V DC -48V DC -45/75 V DC — Table 12-10 PSU3 / UPS3 power distribution for Euroset line 36 (V 2.0.1+) A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 12-19 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 325: Psu2 / Ups2 Power Supply

    -48V DC -45/75 V DC — Table 12-11 PSU3 / UPS3 power distribution for Euroset line 36 (V 2.0.2)/Hicom 118-2 For further information on PSU/UPS, see Section 3.8 and Section 3.5.3. A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 12-20 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 326: Index

    7-20 extension during the day 10-44 call charge menu 7-10 Call destination lists 10-46 call distribution 7-29 call forwarding times 10-48 central abbreviated dialling 7-11 common ringer 10-49 A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1 Service manual...
  • Page 327 Digital modem 7-45 Connection setup via modem for teleservice Displays 10-68 7-44 changing absence messages 10-68 Contact assignment changing message texts 10-68 ALUM module 3-28 changing the display language for each A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 328 Siedle entrance telephone 5-12 11-8 Extension number plan, two-box system 6-4 Entrance telephones 11-3 Extension number plans of the add-on modu- connection via door opener adapter box les 3-9 11-4 connector examples 11-5 A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1 Service manual...
  • Page 329 ISDN system connection (point-to-point con- system overview (basic box) 12-7 nection) 10-1 system overview (expansion box) 12-8 activating extension number suppression Hicom 118-2 motherboard 12-14 10-3 Hicom 118-2 system expansions 12-9 A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 330 Outgoing trunk traffic 4-6 Pin assignment of the V.24 adapter cable 5- Overflow route 6-15 Overview of configuration parameters 7-30 Pin assignment of V.24 adapter cable 3-32 actuators/sensors 7-40 Plus products 11-1 A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1 Service manual...
  • Page 331 2.0.2) 10-62 networking 10-7 call detail recording 10-72 analogue networking 10-9 call list display mode (as of SW version automatic line seizure 10-10 2.0.2) 10-62 CorNet-N networking 10-7 codes 10-65 A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 332 Re-initialising in the case of option expansi- Standard numbering, MB 2/4 Hicom 108 3-6 ons 6-3 Standard numbering, MB 2/4 Hicom 108 (SW Re-initialising in the case of system expansi- 2.0.1) 3-6 A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1 Service manual...
  • Page 333 Trunk interface with analogue trunk 2-10, 12- dimensions and weights 2-8 housing dimensions 2-8 Two-box system assembly 12-3 range (with J-Y(ST) 2x2x0.6) for terminal interfaces 2-9 Terminal test 6-4 Upgrading a system 6-1, 6-20 A31003-K16-X001-3-7620 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1, Service manual...
  • Page 334 V.24 port for call charges/ext. 10-59 V.24 port for call charges/line 10-59 V.24 port for call information 10-60 V.24 port for CDRC 10-58 V.24 port for customer data printout 10- Voice mail 11-1 A31003-K16-X001-3-7620, 07/99 Hicom 100 E Version 2.1 Service manual...

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