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Battery Backup - Panasonic DBS 40 Operating Manual

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Chapter 2. System Features
Related Programming
Hardware Requirements

Battery Backup

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The ON/OFF LED goes off.
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The date and time appear on the display.
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FF3 (Extension) Extension Class of Service Assignment (CPC-AlI CPC-B
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3.1 or higher)
The music source must be purchased separately. It is not provided with the
DBS.
If a single music source is used for both Music-on-Hold and Background
Music, the music source connects to the CN5 on the DBS. If a separate
music source is used for background music, it connects directly to the SCC
Installation (Section 300)
card. See
set the-option straps.
The input impedance for the music source is 10k ohms.
The maximum input level is 10 dB.
Important: A license may be required from the American Society of
Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP) or similar organizations to
transmit radio or recorded music through the Music-On-Hold feature.
Panasonic Communications & Systems Company, its distributors, and
affiliates assume no liability should users of Panasonic equipment fail to
obtain such a license.
The DBS two 1Zvolt batteries for battery backup. (Some DBS 72 and 96
systems use four older-style 6-volt batteries.) The backup batteries are
connected in a series circuit, using cables provided with the DBS. With
maximum traffic, the backup batteries last up to 40 minutes for the DBS 40
and 72, and up to 30 minutes for the DBS 96. The backup batteries should be
replaced about every 3 years.
DBS Manual - Issued 8/l/95
Section 700 - Operation
for instructions. Be sure to corrrectly
DBS-70-700

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