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This manual is for system software versions 03.**.** or higher.
Software version 03.**.** requires expanded memory
CPU P/N 80025B. Do not install in prior versions.
Expanded Database
System numbering is expanded in version 03.**.**. See Expanded Database on page 1-
2 for more.
• Extension numbers are 300-427 and trunk numbers are 1-64 (using extension numbers
101-164).
• UCD Hunting Groups are preset at 700-707, and the Voice Mail Hunt Group is preset
at 700.
• Ring Groups are preset at 600-607.
Automatic Slot Configuration
Automatic Slot Configuration automatically sets up station and trunk PCBs when you
initially power up the system. This simplifies installation because you no longer have to
use system programming to activate station and trunk PCBs after you plug them in.
• See Automatic Slot Configuration on page 1-4 for more.
Simplified Voice Mail Programming
The system provides a predefined set of Voice Mail station numbers (201-208), which
have a predefined set of corresponding Voice Mail extension numbers (500-507). In addi-
tion, the Voice Mail extension numbers are already designated as Voice Mail ports and
assigned to a predefined UCD Hunting Group (with 700 as the master number). Because
of these assignments, programming external Voice Mail is a simple, 2-step process:
• In Program 8001 - Voice Mail Setup , enter E to enable external Voice Mail. (IntraMail
and UltraMail set up this option automatically.)
• In Program 9902 - Set Up Stations (DS2000) , assign the Voice Mail ports to the pre-
defined Voice Mail station numbers (201-208).
• See Voice Mail Setup in the Quick Setup Guide that came with your system for more.
For additional resources, visit our Technical Support site on the web at
1. Installing the Cabinet
2. PCB Installation
3. Installing Extensions
4. Optional
5. Maintenance
6. Specifications
Hardware Manual
(03.**.**)
http://ws1.necii.com/ds2000
and Trunks
Equipment
Options and SMDR
and Parts
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  • Page 1: Installing The Cabinet

    • In Program 8001 - Voice Mail Setup , enter E to enable external Voice Mail. (IntraMail and UltraMail set up this option automatically.) • In Program 9902 - Set Up Stations (DS2000) , assign the Voice Mail ports to the pre- defined Voice Mail station numbers (201-208).

  • Page 2

    No representation is made that this manual is complete or accurate in all respects and NEC America, Inc. shall not be liable for any errors or omissions. In no event shall NEC America, Inc.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Expanded Database ..........1-2 DS2000 Default Numbering ........1-2 Automatic Slot Configuration .

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    Testing the Keyset ..........4-14 ii N Table of Contents DS2000 Hardware Manual...

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    Parts List ..........6-6 Index Table of Contents N iii DS2000 Hardware Manual...

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    Table of Contents iv N Table of Contents DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 7: Section 1: Installing The Cabinet

    Figure 1-1 4 Slot Cabinet Installation Layout on page 1-8 and Figure 1-2 8 Slot Cabinet Installation Layout on page 1-9 show you about how much space your system requires. Section 1: Installing the Cabinet N 1-1 DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 8: Expanded Database

    2-channel devices such as 2-OPX Modules and Digital VANGARD Voice Mail ports. DS2000 Default Numbering Here is how the ports, station numbers, trunk numbers, and extension numbers are initially set up. Default Numbering in DS2000 Stations (Telephones) Ports Station Numbers...

  • Page 9

    Program 9902 - Set Up Stations (DS2000) and Program 9903 - Set Up Trunks (DS2000) to assign a station and a trunk PCB to the same slot . When you plug in an ASTU or DSTU PCB into the slot, the ports on the PCB access the associated station numbers. If you remove that PCB and plug an ATRU in its place, the ports on the ATRU PCB access the associated trunk numbers.

  • Page 10: Automatic Slot Configuration

    2nd 8ATRU PCB = Trunks 109-116. System Configuration DS2000 Default Configuration Automatic Slot Configuration automatically sets up your system’s PCBs when you initially power up the sys- tem. There is no longer a factory-installed default configuration, and you don’t have to use system programming to activate PCBs after you plug them in.

  • Page 11: Ds2000 Configuration Guidelines

    The total number of components you can install and connect depends on power supply capacity and the Sys- tem Load Factor. Review the DS2000 Configuration Guidelines table below and DS2000 Load Factor Cal- culations on page 1-6 when configuring your system.

  • Page 12: Ds2000 Load Factor Calculations

    The combination of trunks, extensions, 2-OPX Modules and DSS Consoles you can connect to your DS2000 system may be limited by the System Load Factor. Use the DS2000 System Load Factor Calculations chart on the next page to verify your system’s configuration. When entering data on the chart, for each installed item make entries for each Load Type.

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    System Preparation and Configuration DS2000 System Load Factor Calculations Load Type Description 5 VDC 40 VDC Load Total Load Total CPU PCB 16DSTU PCB 4ASTU PCB 8ASTU PCB 4ATRU PCB 8ATRU PCB T1 PCB UltraMail PCB (FMS) UltraMail 2000 PCB (VMS)

  • Page 14: Installing The Cabinet

    Note: The system will respond to telco ring signal in the ground range of 40-130 VAC @ 20 Hz. Dedicated AC Outlet Surge Protector Figure 1-1: 4 Slot Cabinet Installation Layout 1-8 N Section 1: Installing the Cabinet DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 15: Removing The Cover

    Unscrew the two captive screws on the front of the cabinet cover. Lift up slightly on the front of the cover — then gently slide the cover back to remove it. 4 Slot Cabinet Shown Figure 1-3: Removing the Cover Section 1: Installing the Cabinet N 1-9 DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 16: Unpacking The Wall Mount Bracket

    Mount the wall mount bracket (see Figure 1-5 Mounting the Wall Mount Bracket below) on the MDF in a convenient location, about 12” higher than where you want the bottom of the cabinet to line up. Figure 1-5: Mounting the Wall Mount Bracket 1-10 N Section 1: Installing the Cabinet DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 17: Hanging The Cabinet

    - See Figure 1-7 Hanging the 8 Slot Cabinet below when hanging an 8 slot cabinet. Using the remaining screws packed with the hanger, secure the cabinet to the plywood backboard. Figure 1-6: Hanging the 4 Slot Cabinet Figure 1-7: Hanging the 8 Slot Cabinet Section 1: Installing the Cabinet N 1-11 DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 18: Grounding The Cabinet

    Use the ETH (Earth Ground) for safety/system ground. You must connect ETH to a known earth ground. Use the PBXG (PBX Ground) if you have trunks that require telco ground (such as ground start trunks). This ground is not required for loop start trunks. 1-12 N Section 1: Installing the Cabinet DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 19

    Do not plug in the power cord or reinstall the right side panel until all PCB installation and cabling are complete. For T1 Trunk PCB only To earth ground To telco ground 4 Slot Cabinet Shown Figure 1-9: Attaching the Ground Wires Section 1: Installing the Cabinet N 1-13 DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 20: Rfi Suppressor Assemblies

    – Install both cables in the same assembly. For CPU Connections • Required on CPU mod jack and RS-232 cables for all installations. For Ground Wires • Required for all installations. Figure 1-10: Installing RFI Suppressor Assemblies 1-14 N Section 1: Installing the Cabinet DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 21: Power Supply Installation

    If your system uses UltraMail or UltraMail 2000, you must install only Power Supply P/Ns 80005C. Figure 1-11: Power Supply 4 Slot Cabinet Shown Figure 1-12: Installing the Power Supply Section 1: Installing the Cabinet N 1-15 DS2000 Hardware Manual...

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    Power Supply Installation 1-16 N Section 1: Installing the Cabinet DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 23: Section 2: Pcb Installation

    Do not plug in the CPU PCB hot (i.e., with the system power applied). • You can plug in ASTU and ATRU PCBs hot as required. • You can plug in DSTU PCBs hot provided you first disconnect the station cabling from the PCB. Section 2: PCB Installation N 2-1 DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 24: Installing Pcbs

    Plug the CPU into slot CN0 . Refer to Section 4, Optional Equipment for instructions on connecting the music source, External Paging, and the auxil- iary relay. Mode Switch Battery Figure 2-2: Setting Up the CPU 2-2 N Section 2: PCB Installation DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 25: Digital Station (16dstu) Pcb

    • In a 4 slot cabinet, you cannot install more than 2 16DSTU PCBs. • In an 8 slot cabinet, you cannot install more than 2 16DSTU PCBs per power supply. Section 2: PCB Installation N 2-3 DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 26

    Installing PCBs Mode switch Figure 2-4: Digital Station (16DSTU) PCB 4 Slot Cabinet Shown Figure 2-5: Installing the 16DSTU PCB 2-4 N Section 2: PCB Installation DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 27: Analog Station (8astu And 4astu) Pcbs

    Plug in ASTU PCBs as required. See System Configuration on page 1-4 for more. Set the mode switch on each ASTU PCB to Mode switch Figure 2-6: Analog Station (ASTU) PCB 4 Slot Cabinet Shown Figure 2-7: Installing the ASTU PCB Section 2: PCB Installation N 2-5 DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 28: Analog Trunk (8atru And 4atru) Pcbs

    42-103 VAC @ 20 Hz. • Telco battery must be 44-56 VDC. Mode switch Figure 2-8: Analog Trunk (ATRU) PCB 4 Slot Cabinet Shown Figure 2-9: Installing the ATRU PCB 2-6 N Section 2: PCB Installation DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 29: T1 Trunk Pcb

    SG (Sig- nal Ground) lug to the ETH LAN Connector (Earth Ground) lug. Pinouts RS232 Port Connector Telco Smart Jack Straight-Through CAT 5 Cable Figure 2-10: T1 Trunk PCB Section 2: PCB Installation N 2-7 DS2000 Hardware Manual...

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    Installing PCBs 4 Slot Cabinet Shown Figure 2-11: Installing the T1 Trunk PCB 2-8 N Section 2: PCB Installation DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 31: Connecting Blocks

    Making Your Own Cables If you want to make your cables (instead of using Installation Cable P/N 80892), follow the pinouts in Figure 2-15 8-Pin (RJ61X) Jack Pinouts on page 2-13. Section 2: PCB Installation N 2-9 DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 32

    4 Slot Cabinet Shown BLU-VIO 320 R VIO-ORN 321 T ORN-VIO 321 R VIO-GRN 322 T GRN-VIO 322 R VIO-BRN 323 T BRN-VIO 323 R VIO-SLT SLT-VIO 80000 - 19A Figure 2-12: Connecting Extensions 2-10 N Section 2: PCB Installation DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 33

    16 R YEL-ORN ORN-YEL YEL-GRN GRN-YEL YEL-BRN BRN-YEL YEL-SLT SLT-YEL VIO-BLU BLU-VIO VIO-ORN 4 Slot Cabinet Shown ORN-VIO VIO-GRN GRN-VIO VIO-BRN BRN-VIO VIO-SLT SLT-VIO 80000 - 20 Figure 2-13: Connecting Trunks Section 2: PCB Installation N 2-11 DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 34

    Connecting Blocks Figure 2-14: Securing the Cables 2-12 N Section 2: PCB Installation DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 35

    To CPU Designation Mod Jack WHT-ORN (2T) ORN-WHT (2R) WHT-GRN (3T) GRN-WHT (3R) Latch faces up 80000 - 18C WHT-BRN (4T) Note BRN-WHT (4R) reversal Figure 2-15: 8-Pin (RJ61X) Jack Pinouts Section 2: PCB Installation N 2-13 DS2000 Hardware Manual...

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    Connecting Blocks 2-14 N Section 2: PCB Installation DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 37: Section 3: Installing Extensions And Trunks

    You can also connect analog extensions to 2-OPX Modules. Refer to Section 4, Optional Equipment. BLU-WHT WHT-BLU Cross Station Connect Block Block 25-Pair Installation Cable (P/N 80892) Figure 3-1: Connecting Extensions Section 3: Installing Extensions and Trunks N 3-1 DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 38: Connecting Trunks

    Note: To connect T1 trunks, turn to T1 Trunk PCB on page 2-7. One-Pair Cross Connect Telco "A" RJ21X Block 25-Pair Cable to Central Office 25-Pair Installation Cable (P/N 80892) Figure 3-2: Connecting Analog Trunks 3-2 N Section 3: Installing Extensions and Trunks DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 39: Power Up And System Leds

    Bottom LED flashes (yellow) when ports on the PCB are busy. The faster the flash, the more ports are busy. Verify that the PCBs have successfully powered up. Figure 3-3: Power Supply Status LEDs Section 3: Installing Extensions and Trunks N 3-3 DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 40

    Power Up and System LEDs Figure 3-4: CPU Status LEDs Figure 3-5: DSTU, ASTU and ATRU Status LEDs 3-4 N Section 3: Installing Extensions and Trunks DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 41: Finishing The Installation

    Carefully realign the right side panel and slide it into position. Reattach the two screws that secure the right side panel to the cabinet. 4 Slot Cabinet Shown Figure 3-6: Reinstalling the Side Panel Section 3: Installing Extensions and Trunks N 3-5 DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 42: Reinstalling The Front Cover

    Push the front of the cover into place. Screw in the two captive screws that secure the cover to the cabinet. 4 Slot Cabinet Shown Figure 3-7: Reinstalling the Front Cover 3-6 N Section 3: Installing Extensions and Trunks DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 43: Section 4: Optional Equipment

    WHT-ORN (2T) Music In ORN-WHT (2R) WHT-GRN (3T) Relay Contacts GRN-WHT (3R) Latch faces up 80000 - 18B WHT-BRN (4T) No Connection Note BRN-WHT (4R) reversal Figure 4-1: Connecting External Paging Section 4: Optional Equipment N 4-1 DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 44: External Paging Relay Control

    In 0201 - CPRU Relay Page Zone Assignment, enter the Page Zone (1-7) that should activate the CPU relay. Note that Zone 1 and All Call Paging announcements broadcast from the External Paging output. 4-2 N Section 4: Optional Equipment DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 45: Music Source

    In 0201 - MOH on Transfer, enter Y to enable Music on Hold for transferred calls. In 1003 - MOH Source, enter 1 (for external) + VOL You can optionally enter 2 for a low pitched internal tone; 3 for a high pitched internal tone. Section 4: Optional Equipment N 4-3 DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 46: Power Failure Telephone

    To Power Failure Station Cross Telephone Modular Block Connect connector on 8-Pin Jack Block ATRU PCB Connector 25 Pair Installation Cable Power Failure Telephone Figure 4-4: Connecting a Power Failure Telephone 4-4 N Section 4: Optional Equipment DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 47: Dss Console

    Program the DSS Console's keys. Refer to the Software Manual on the System Document CD that came with your system for additional programming details. To 625 Modular Jack DSS Console Keyset Figure 4-5: Installing a 24-Button DSS Console Section 4: Optional Equipment N 4-5 DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 48

    DSS Console To 625 Modular Jack DSS Console Keyset Figure 4-6: Installing a 110-Button DSS Console 4-6 N Section 4: Optional Equipment DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 49: 2-opx Module

    Ground the 2-OPX Module by connecting a 14 AWG ground wire from the FG lug to a known earth ground. Plug a line cord into the 2-OPX unit and the 2-OPX’s modular jack. The DS1 LED on the 2-OPX Module lights steadily. Section 4: Optional Equipment N 4-7 DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 50: Programming 2-opx Modules

    To set up the 2-OPX Module secondary station: In 9902 - Set Up Stations (DS2000), assign an unused station number (e.g., 97) to the 2-OPX Module secondary station. (If you use station 97, the secondary station’s extension number will be 396.) Refer to 9902 - Set Up Stations (DS2000) in the Software Manual on the System Document CD that came with your system for more.

  • Page 51: Wall Mounting The 2-opx Module

    With the connectors facing down, mount the 2-OPX Module to the wall using suitable customer-pro- vided fasteners. Use the 2-OPX Module as its own mounting template. Connect the 2-OPX Module as described on the previous page. Figure 4-8: Wall Mounting the 2-OPX Module Section 4: Optional Equipment N 4-9 DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 52: Wall-mount Kit

    Place the telephone on top of the wall-mount bracket and snap into place. Run cord through slot To wall jack Tab on phone must snap into cutout on wall mount bracket Figure 4-10: Installing the Wall-Mount Bracket 4-10 N Section 4: Optional Equipment DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 53

    While pressing in the tabs, lift up the phone until it snaps clear of the wall-mount bracket. Press down tabs on phone and pull bracket in direction of arrows Figure 4-12: Removing the Wall-Mount Bracket Section 4: Optional Equipment N 4-11 DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 54: Desk Stand

    Flip up each telephone leg into the low position. Push out the leg extender. Slide the extender up, then down until it locks in place as shown below. 80000 - 46 Figure 4-13: Using the Desk Stand 4-12 N Section 4: Optional Equipment DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 55: Rej Recording Jack

    Using an audio cable, connect the REJ to the amplifier’s mono AUX input. To connect to a stereo AUX input, use a commercially available mono-to-stereo splitter cable. Red wire To mono AUX input on amplifier Figure 4-14: Installing the REJ Section 4: Optional Equipment N 4-13 DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 56: Keyset Self Test

    Dial 4 to turn the test tone on and off. This test also shows the telephone’s firmware. Dial 8 then any other key to test the key. Press DND and dial 0 to exit and restart the telephone. 4-14 N Section 4: Optional Equipment DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 57: Section 5: Maintenance Options And Smdr

    - Press to scroll through the addresses. There are 16 data base addresses (DB 00 to DB 15). - Skip this step to select the currently displayed data base. Section 5: Maintenance Options and SMDR N 5-1 DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 58: Pc Card Backup Error Messages

    The system could not save data to the PC card. Repeat the procedure. If you get the message again, try another PC card. Mode Switch PC Card Active P/N 85880 Figure 5-1: Using the PC Card 5-2 N Section 5: Maintenance Options and SMDR DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 59

    To enter characters in lower case (e.g., e instead of E ), press MW before pressing the key in the first shaded column. Use LND to backspace over (erase) any characters you want to correct. Figure 5-2: Entering Names Section 5: Maintenance Options and SMDR N 5-3 DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 60: Restoring Site Data

    The PC card is not installed. Install the PC card and try again. NO DATABASE There is no data stored in the data base address you selected. Select another data base address and try again. 5-4 N Section 5: Maintenance Options and SMDR DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 61: Loading New System Software

    After about 1 minute, the system will restart with the new software loaded using the factory installed (default) entries. The LEDs on the CPU will then flash normally. Once the system restarts, switch the CPU mode switch to Figure 5-3: CPU Status LEDs Section 5: Maintenance Options and SMDR N 5-5 DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 62: Smdr

    Enter Y to have the SMDR report include calls on the trunk. Enter N to have the SMDR report exclude calls on the trunk. 4 Slot Cabinet Shown Figure 5-4: Connecting SMDR 5-6 N Section 5: Maintenance Options and SMDR DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 63: Testing The Connection

    Press CONF to exit program 0301. Go to Programming SMDR below. Note: You can press Ctrl Break on the PC connected to the system serial port to toggle through the available system baud rates. Section 5: Maintenance Options and SMDR N 5-7 DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 64: Modem Installation

    If history doesn’t output correctly, press Ctrl Break on the remote PC to toggle through the available CPU baud rates. 4 Slot Cabinet Shown Figure 5-5: Connecting a Modem 5-8 N Section 5: Maintenance Options and SMDR DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 65: Making Your Own Data Cables

    Making Your Own Data Cables Making Your Own Data Cables Figure 5-6: Making Your Own Data Cables Section 5: Maintenance Options and SMDR N 5-9 DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 66: System Reset

    Make sure the MODE switch is set to RUN . Following the illustration below, press the red reset switch. Your system will automatically restart. Reset Switch MODE Switch Figure 5-7: Resetting Your System 5-10 N Section 5: Maintenance Options and SMDR DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 67: Specifications

    8 (7 and All Call) Page Audio Output: 1 (on CPU) Music Input: 1 (on CPU) Conference Circuits: 32 Conference circuits dynamically allocated, with 8 parties max per Conference. Conference circuits provided on CPU. Section 6: Specifications and Parts N 6-1 DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 68

    120 VAC + 10% @ 50-60 Hz Output Power: 91 Watts @ 100% full load Input Current: 1.5A @ 110V 165 VA Kwh: .165 KwH BTU: 563 BU Grounding Requirements: 12 AWG copper wire 6-2 N Section 6: Specifications and Parts DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 69

    2 1/2” 9” 2 3/4” 9 oz 110-Button DSS Console: 7 7/8” 8 3/4” 2 3/4” 1 lb 6 oz 2-OPX Module: 9 3/8” 7 3/8” 1 1/4” 3 lbs Section 6: Specifications and Parts N 6-3 DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 70

    Reg. Status Mfrs. Port ID Network Jacks Original 02LS2 80010 REN 0.6B RJ11C 80011 RJ21X Registered OL13A 2OPX-A SOC 9.0F RJ21X OL13B 2OPX-A SOC 9.0F RJ21X OL13C 2OPX-A SOC 9.0F RJ21X 6-4 N Section 6: Specifications and Parts DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 71

    2-wire 24 AWG 18,000 at constant 20 mA 5050 at constant 35 mA 2-wire 22 AWG 29,000 at constant 20 mA 8000 at constant 35 mA 2-OPX Module 2-wire 24 AWG 1000 Section 6: Specifications and Parts N 6-5 DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 72: Parts List

    2-OPX Module 92177A Common Equipment Part Number Description 4 Slot KSU 80000 8 Slot KSU 80001 DS2000 Power Supply 80005B or 80005C (80005C required for UltraMail) Installation Cable 80892 Blank PC Card 85880 PC Card with system software preloaded 80051-V**.**.** (**.**.** denotes the system software level)

  • Page 73

    13’ Handset Coil Cord 92297A-13 25’ Handset Coil Cord 92297-25 7’ Telephone Line Cord 82476-7 14’ Telephone Line Cord 82476-14 Wall Mount Handset Clip Holder 80578 DS2000 RFI Bead Kit 88901 Section 6: Specifications and Parts N 6-7 DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 74

    Parts List 6-8 N Section 6: Specifications and Parts DS2000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 75

    . . . Cabling Requirements . . . Installing the 2-OPX Module . . . Central Processing Unit (CPU) PCB in DS2000 . . . Installing the CPU in DS2000 . . . Checking the System’s Serial Port Settings . . .

  • Page 76

    . . . PCB Location Wall-Mounting a Key Telephone 4-10 ..PCBs Where to Install the PCBs in DS2000 . . . Peripheral Station Equipment . . . Planning the Installation . . . Power Failure Cut-Through .

  • Page 77

    NEC America, Inc., Corporate Networks Group 4 Forest Parkway, Shelton, CT 06484 Tel: 800-365-1928 Fax: 203-926-5458 cng.nec.com Other Important Telephone Numbers Sales: ........203-926-5450 Customer Service: .

  • Page 78

    NEC America, Inc., Corporate Networks Group 4 Forest Parkway, Shelton, CT 06484 *80000INS09* TEL: 203-926-5400 FAX: 203-929-0535 July 28, 2003 cng.nec.com Printed in U.S.A. 80000INS09...

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