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Hicom 150 E Office
Release 1.0
Service Manual
P31003-M1530-X403-2-7620

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  • Page 1 Hicom 150 E Office Release 1.0 Service Manual P31003-M1530-X403-2-7620...
  • Page 2 Important information System data Boards Hicom 150 E Office Installation Startup Release 1.0 Expanding the system Service Manual Implementing features Configuration guidelines Terminals Special equipment Plus products Cordless Multicell Integration CMI Service System programming codes P31003-M1530-X403-2-7620...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Hicom 150 E Office Rel.1.0 Service Manual - Contents Contents Figures Tables 1 Important information 1.1 Safety information 1.1.1 Safety information: Danger 1.1.2 Safety information: Warning 1.1.3 Safety information: Caution 1.1.4 General information 1.1.5 Behaviour in emergencies 1.1.6 Reporting accidents 1.2 Data protection and data security...
  • Page 4 Hicom 150 E Office Rel.1.0 Service Manual - Contents 2.7.2 SAFETY International 2.7.3 Environmental conditions 2.8 List of documentation 3 Boards 3.1 Overview 3.2 Central boards 3.2.1 CBFC 3.2.2 CBMOD 3.2.3 CGM 3.2.4 CONBO 3.2.5 EXTEB 3.2.6 FMC 3.2.7 IMOD 3.2.8 PSUC...
  • Page 5 Hicom 150 E Office Rel.1.0 Service Manual - Contents 3.4 Options 3.4.1 ALUM4 3.4.2 EXM 3.4.3 GEE8 3.4.4 GEE12 / GEE16 / GEE50 3.4.5 MPPI 3.4.6 OPA 3.4.7 PFT1 / PFT4 3.4.8 REAL 3.4.9 STRB 3.4.10 V24/1 / V24/2 3.4.11 V24 adapter 3.4.12 V.24 cable...
  • Page 6 Hicom 150 E Office Rel.1.0 Service Manual - Contents 4.1.13 Connecting terminals 4.1.14 Performing a visual inspection 4.2 Installation of Hicom 150 E OfficeCom, OfficePoint, OfficeOne 4.2.1 Overview 4.2.2 Procedure for installing Hicom 150 E OfficeCom, OfficePoint 4.2.3 Procedure for installing Hicom 150 E OfficeOne 4.2.4 Selecting the installation site...
  • Page 7 Hicom 150 E Office Rel.1.0 Service Manual - Contents 6 Expanding the system 6.1 Expanding Hicom 150 E OfficePro 6.1.1 Using a UPS 6.1.1.1 Overview 6.1.1.2 Installing USVI cabinets 6.1.1.3 Protective earth for USVI cabinet(s) 6.1.1.4 Connecting a USVI to a system 6.1.2 Retrofitting peripheral boards...
  • Page 8 Hicom 150 E Office Rel.1.0 Service Manual - Contents 7.1.10 Recall 7.1.11 Detecting the Signalling Method of a/b Stations 7.1.12 Attendant Console (AC) / Intercept Position 7.1.13 Call Override/Intrusion 7.1.14 Overload indication 7.1.15 Shared Transfer Switch 7.2 Features for general incoming traffic 7.2.1 Distinctive Ringing...
  • Page 9 Hicom 150 E Office Rel.1.0 Service Manual - Contents 7.2.29 Call Pickup (PU) Within Call Pickup Groups 7.2.30 Directed Call Pickup Outside a PU Group 7.2.31 Call Pickup from an Answering Machine 7.2.32 Fax Waiting Message/Answering Machine 7.2.33 Deferring a call 7.2.34 Extension Number Configuration via Hicom Assistant T...
  • Page 10 Hicom 150 E Office Rel.1.0 Service Manual - Contents 7.6.5 Line Seizure Type 7.6.6 En-Bloc Dialling 7.6.7 Audible Tone Monitoring 7.6.8 End-of-Dialling Recognition 7.6.9 Trunk Signalling Method 7.6.10 Temporary Signalling Method Changeover 7.6.11 Configurable Toll Restriction 7.6.12 Traffic Restriction Groups 7.6.13 Private Line...
  • Page 11 Hicom 150 E Office Rel.1.0 Service Manual - Contents 7.10.1 Voice Channel Signalling Security 7.10.2 Date and Time Display 7.10.3 Actuators 7.10.4 Sensors 7.10.5 Boss/Secretary Functions 7.10.6 Multilingual Text Output 7.10.7 Associated Dialling 7.10.8 Associated Services 7.10.9 Display Number of Subscribers with Direct Trunk Access 7.10.10 Services in the Talk State...
  • Page 12 Hicom 150 E Office Rel.1.0 Service Manual - Contents 7.12.5 Call Detail Recording At Attendant (CDRA) 7.12.6 Call Detail Recording Per Trunk (CDRT) 7.12.7 Project Code 7.12.8 Call Detail Recording Central (CDRC) 7.12.9 Toll Fraud Monitoring 7.13 Euro-ISDN features 7.13.1 Direct-inward dialling (DID) 7.13.2 Multiple Subscriber Number MSN...
  • Page 13 8.13 Configuring fixed night service 8.14 Configuring an intercept extension per line 8.15 CorNet networking 8.15.1 Networking Hicom 150 E Office with Hicom 150 E Office 8.15.2 Networking Hicom 300 with Hicom 150 E Office 8.15.3 Programming operations for all networking types 8.16 Configuring the boss/secretary function...
  • Page 14 Hicom 150 E Office Rel.1.0 Service Manual - Contents 8.40 Mozart CD/Genius announcement device at the SLA board 8.41 Connecting MUSIPHONE multimax S to the TIEL board 8.42 Connecting enhanced PSE radio paging equipment (multitone) to a TMOM board 9 Terminals 9.1 Overview...
  • Page 15 Hicom 150 E Office Rel.1.0 Service Manual - Contents 10.3.1 Memo for Hicom 10.4 Entrance telephones 10.4.1 Direct connection without ET 10.4.2 Connection via ET adapter box 10.4.2.1 Connection examples 10.4.3 ET/A adapter (S30817-Q936-A313) 10.4.4 Connection via ET/A adapter box 10.5 Loudspeaker...
  • Page 16 Hicom 150 E Office Rel.1.0 Service Manual - Contents 12.8.1 General information on the base station 12.8.2 Propagation conditions for radio traffic 12.8.2.1 Radio wave propagation in free field with visibility 12.8.2.2 Radio wave propagation in industrial areas 12.8.2.3 Radio wave propagation inside buildings constructed using brick and lightweight materials 12.8.2.4 Radio wave propagation inside reinforced concrete buildings with...
  • Page 17: P31003-M1530-X403

    Hicom 150 E Office Rel.1.0 Service Manual - Contents 13.3.2.3 Hicom 150 E OfficeOne 13.3.3 Telephone test 13.3.4 Line diagnostics 13.3.4.1 Line status 13.3.4.2 Error memory 13.3.4.3 Measuring the system-wide use of features 13.3.4.4 Activated features per terminal 13.3.5 Error messages 13.3.5.1 Class A error messages...
  • Page 18 Hicom 150 E Office Rel.1.0 Service Manual - Contents Conversion Date: 1998-09-18 http://cmweb01.mch.pn.siemens.de/e_doku/en/h150/h15/30/sh/2/index.htm (16 of 16) [06/04/2000 13:02:11]...
  • Page 19 Hicom 150 E Office Rel.1.0 Service Manual - Figures Figures Figure 2-1 Hicom 150 E OfficePro dimensions Figure 2-2 Hicom 150 E OfficeCom dimensions Figure 2-3 Hicom 150 E OfficePoint dimensions Figure 2-4 Hicom 150 E OfficeOne dimensions Figure 2-5 Hicom 150 E OfficePro system environment...
  • Page 20 Hicom 150 E Office Rel.1.0 Service Manual - Figures Figure 3-23 S0 networking options Figure 3-24 S0 bus to the STMD8 via the MDFU/MDFU-E Figure 3-25 Wiring example of Mini-Western jacks Figure 3-26 S0 bus - example of wall socket assignment Figure 3-27 TIEL (S30810-Q2520-X) Figure 3-28 E&M interface, type 1...
  • Page 21 Hicom 150 E Office Rel.1.0 Service Manual - Figures Figure 3-58 Installation location of PFT1 and PFT4 (MDFU/MDFU-E) Figure 3-59 PFT1 (S30777-Q539-X) and PFT4 (S30777-Q540-X) board assignment Figure 3-60 Installation location for REAL (backplane of the basic cabinet) Figure 3-61 REAL relay contacts (de-energised state) and MDFU interfaces...
  • Page 22 Hicom 150 E Office Rel.1.0 Service Manual - Figures Figure 4-22 PCM sequence of a three-box system Figure 4-23 Locking and unlocking boards Figure 4-24 Hicom 150 E OfficeCom, OfficePoint - protective earthing of an external main distribution frame Figure 4-25 OfficeCom/OfficePoint wall attachments...
  • Page 23 Hicom 150 E Office Rel.1.0 Service Manual - Figures Figure 9-4 optiset E comfort - standard (default) key assignments Figure 9-5 optiset E memory - standard (default) key assignments Figure 9-6 Installing an adapter on the bottom of the device, sockets...
  • Page 24 Hicom 150 E Office Rel.1.0 Service Manual - Figures Figure 12-12 Components of outdoor casing Figure 13-1 Peripheral equipment for remote administration and maintenance operation Siemens Home First Page Previous Page Next Page Search Info Help © Siemens AG, München, 1998 Hicom 150 E Office Rel.1.0 Service Manual, 2, 1998-06-26...
  • Page 25 Table 2-3 List of available documentation for Hicom 150 E Office (date: 28.05.98) Table 3-1 Hicom 150 E Office - functional overview of all boards/components used Table 3-2 Hicom 150 E Office - model overview of all boards/components used Table 3-3 LEDs H1-H10 and their meaning...
  • Page 26 Hicom 150 E Office Rel.1.0 Service Manual - Tables Table 3-27 TML8W - LED states Table 3-28 TML8W - cable assignment Table 3-29 TMOM - LED states Table 3-30 TMOM - cable assignment Table 3-31 TMS2 - SU connector assignment...
  • Page 27 Table 9-4 Pin assignments of the plug-type AC adapter Table 9-5 Headsets for the optiset E adapter Table 9-6 optiset E for Hicom 150 E Office - maximum number of optiset E adapters Table 9-7 optiset E for Hicom 150 E Office - possible configurations...
  • Page 28 Hicom 150 E Office Rel.1.0 Service Manual - Tables Table 13-13 Error class 28 - recovery Table 13-14 Error class 29 - IOP Table A-1 Codes for controlling services Table A-2 Starting system administration Table A-3 Expert mode code groups...
  • Page 29: Important Information

    Hicom 150 E Office Rel.1.0 Service Manual - 1 Important information 1 Important information 1.1 Safety information The following information is aimed at service personnel and authorised specialists. Only these persons are permitted to work on the installation. Read through all information on the equipment carefully, and follow all safety information.
  • Page 30: Safety Information: Warning

    Hicom 150 E Office Rel.1.0 Service Manual - 1 Important information operation and connecting the subscribers. Never operate the equipment with the protective earthing conductor disconnected! Dangerous voltages Voltages above 30 V AC (alternating current) or 60 V DC (direct current) are dangerous.
  • Page 31: Safety Information: Caution

    Hicom 150 E Office Rel.1.0 Service Manual - 1 Important information Protective clothing/equipment When working on the installations, never wear loose clothing and always tie back long hair. Never wear jewellery, metal watch straps or metal fittings and rivets on items of clothing as there is a risk of injury and short circuits.
  • Page 32: General Information

    Hicom 150 E Office Rel.1.0 Service Manual - 1 Important information Lay cables in such a way that there is no risk of them being damaged or causing accidents, as a result of people tripping, for example. 1.1.4 General information...
  • Page 33: Reporting Accidents

    Hicom 150 E Office Rel.1.0 Service Manual - 1 Important information Always switch off the power supply before attempting to touch an accident victim. If the power supply cannot be switched off immediately, only use non-conductive materials, such as a wooden brush handle, to touch the victim and first try to isolate him/her from the power supply.
  • Page 34: Structure Of This Service Manual (Eshb)

    Guidelines which apply to Siemens AG employees Employees at Siemens AG are bound to safeguard trade and data secrets under the terms of the company's work rules. It is imperative that the following rules are observed to ensure that the statutory provisions relating to service (whether it be on-site service or remote administration and maintenance) are strictly adhered to.
  • Page 35: Implementing Features

    Hicom 150 E Office Rel.1.0 Service Manual - 1 Important information Chapter 7, "Implementing features" describes all of the features supported by Hicom 150 E Office. This includes the feature description, any applicable dependencies/restrictions, feature programming and a feature check.
  • Page 36: System Data

    2.2 Introduction Scope of connection The Hicom 150 E Office single-product line can be connected to TN-S power supply systems. It can also be connected to a TN-C-S power supply system where the PEN conductor is divided into a protective earth connector and a neutral conductor.
  • Page 37: Design

    2.7.3). System variants The Hicom 150 E Office single-product line consists of the following models, which can cover the needs of a wide range of customers, as far as the number of subscriber lines is concerned: Hicom 150 E OfficePro, which consists of a basic cabinet and up to 2 expansion cabinets for up to 250 subscriber line circuits, is the most powerful and comprehensive system in the product line.
  • Page 38: Design Of Hicom 150 E Officecom

    Hicom 150 E Office Rel.1.0 Service Manual - 2 System data Figure 2-1 Hicom 150 E OfficePro dimensions 2.3.2 Design of Hicom 150 E OfficeCom Configuration notes Hicom 150 E OfficeCom is designed as a one-cabinet system for wall assembly. The housing accommodates six slots per shelf.
  • Page 39: Design Of Hicom 150 E Officepoint

    Hicom 150 E Office Rel.1.0 Service Manual - 2 System data Figure 2-2 Hicom 150 E OfficeCom dimensions 2.3.3 Design of Hicom 150 E OfficePoint Configuration notes Hicom 150 E OfficePoint is identical to Hicom 150 E OfficeCom as far as basic dimensions are concerned.
  • Page 40: Design Of Hicom 150 E Officeone

    Hicom 150 E Office Rel.1.0 Service Manual - 2 System data Figure 2-3 Hicom 150 E OfficePoint dimensions 2.3.4 Design of Hicom 150 E OfficeOne Configuration notes Hicom 150 E OfficeOne is designed as a one-cabinet system for wall mounting. The flat housing contains a single-board system and connection options for the trunk connections and stations.