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OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual INTRODUCTION Purpose This document provides an overview of OfficeServ 7100 system and its specifications. Also, this document describes the configuration and features of each hardware circuit, troubleshooting for potential problems that may occur while using the system, and the methods of programming for maintenance.
CHAPTER 6. Parts List This chapter provides the list of all OfficeServ 7100 parts. CHAPTER 7. Device Parts diagram This chapter provides the device parts diagrams of the OfficeServ 7100 system and the parts material list of each device. ABBREVIATION Abbreviations introduce acronyms frequently used in this document and their full terms.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual Reference OfficeServ 7100 System Manual The OfficeServ 7100 system manual introduces the OfficeServ 7100 and describes the necessary information to understand this system such as Hardware organization, specifications and functions. OfficeServ 7100 Installation manual The OfficeServ 7100 installation manual provides the necessary conditions to install this system and describes how to install, inspect and operate this system.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual SAFETY CONCERNS For product safety and correct operation, the following information must be given to the operator/user and shall be read carefully before the installation and operation. Symbols Caution Indication of a general caution Restriction Indication for prohibiting an action for a product...
Caution When Using the MMC Card Only the MMC card provided along with the system should be used. If another product is used and the system is damaged, Samsung Electronics shall not be responsible for the consequence and shall not provide after-sales services.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual Caution When Keeping Boards When dismounting a board, do not pult in the place where metals or conductive materials exit. Prohibition of Wearing Metal Accessories Do not wear metal accessories such as a watch and a ring to avoid the system from being damaged due to the electric shock when handling the system.
Figure 1.1 Configuration of the OfficeServ 7100 Cabinet ............1-5 Figure 1.2 Loop Start C.O. line Signaling ................. 1-9 Figure 2.1 Physical Structure of the OfficeServ 7100 System ..........2-1 Figure 2.2 Structure of the OfficeServ 7100 System Communication ........2-2 Figure 2.3 MP10/11 Board Block Diagram ................
Figure 7.2 Front/Rear Panels of the Power Module ..............7-2 LIST OF TABLES Table 1.1 Rear Panel of the OfficeServ 7100 Cabinet ............. 1-5 Table 1.2 Boards Mountable to Slots ..................1-6 Table 1.3 OfficeServ 7100 System Capacity ................1-7 Table 1.4 C.O.
Table 1.15 System Ring Cycle ....................1-13 Table 1.16 System Tone Cycle ....................1-13 Table 1.17 Terminals Compatible with the OfficeServ 7100 ........... 1-14 Table 2.1 Types of the Universal Board ..................2-9 Table 2.2 System Configuration Inter-Working With WBS24 ..........2-53 Table 4.1 CPLD List ........................
12 lines depending on user’s environment. Integrated Communication Environment The OfficeServ 7100 provides data transfer service via LAN or WAN module as well as voice call service so that users can make communications conveniently by using wireless or wired integration platform(e.g., phone, PC, server, wireless phone and peripheral device).
Compatibility with the Existing Systems The OfficeServ 7100 uses MP 10/11 boards to provide the IP UMS, wireless LAN, and complete media gateway functions. In addition, the cabinet of the OfficeServ 7100 can connect the digital phones and various IP phones of the existing key phone system without modification and can interwork with the iDCS 500 system.
New terminals(large-scale LCD digital phone, IP phone, wireless LAN phone) support Easy System Installation The OfficeServ 7100 system is designed in modularity that enables to add hardware, such as boards and cabinets, and software easily. The universal slot of its cabinet allows mounting C.O.
CHAPTER 1. Error! Use the Home tab to apply 제목 1,장 제목 1 to the text that you want to appear here. Convenient Maintenance The OfficeServ 7100 has the following functions to enable users to use the system functions more conveniently.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 1.2 System Configuration The OfficeServ 7100 system consists of the main unit with a cabinet and the OfficeServ solution. The main unit cabinet has a shelf composed of three slots. Its main slot has one control part and the universal slot has two subscriber parts.
CHAPTER 1. Error! Use the Home tab to apply 제목 1,장 제목 1 to the text that you want to appear here. 1.2.1 Organization of Slots The OfficeServ 7100 has three slots to mount boards. These slots mount the following boards according to the configuration of the OfficeServ.
OfficeServ 7100. 1.3.1 System Capacity Up to 1344 lines can be installed to the OfficeServ 7100 system and the line ratio of the C.O. and extension lines can be adjusted within the limit of the capacity. The following table shows the maximum line capacity of the OfficeServ 7100: Table 1.3 OfficeServ 7100 System Capacity...
T1: 48 E1: 60 Extension Line (Subscriber) Capacity The following table shows the maximum capacity to install general phones and digital phones based on the configuration of the OfficeServ 7100: Table 1.5 Extension Line Capacity System Organization Regular Phone Digital Phone...
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 1.3.2 Eelectrical Standard The signal processing protocol indicates the method to connect signal between the C.O./extension line and the system and to provide the status information. Loop Start C.O. line Signaling The on-hook and off-hook status is controlled by the electric current flow in the loop start signal processing.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual Table 1.10 Electric Characteristics of PRI C.O. line (Continued) Category Description Transfer Media Twisted-pair line 120 Ω Load Resistance Display(Pulse) Nominal Peak Voltage 3.00 V Blank(No-Pulse) Peak Voltage 0 ±0.300 V The electric characteristics of the Digital Line Interface(DLI) are listed in the table below: Table 1.11 Electric Characteristics of DLI Line...
1.3.3 Power Specifications The OfficeServ 7100 system operates by using the the AC input power or battery power, and supplies the backup power of -56 V, -5 V, +3.3 V, +5 V +12 V and 54 V to the system cabinet.
Output Voltage: 75 V Frequency: 20 Hz The OfficeServ 7100 provides some tones to guide users the progress status of the functional operation and provides the feedback for the status. The On/Off cycle for each tone specified are as follows: Table 1.16 System Tone Cycle...
KDB-S, KDB-D, DPIM, door phone Compatible Terminals OfficeServ 7100 can use all compatible terminals of the iDCS 500 Premium system. For compatible terminals, contact the system operator because a compatible terminal is subject to change based on the system setting.
This section describes the physical structure and the communication structure between the cabinets of the OfficeServ 7100 system. 2.1.1 Block Diagram The physical structure of the OfficeServ 7100 system is as shown in the figure below: +5 V Power -5 V +12 V +3.3 V-54V54 V...
CHAPTER 12. Error! Use the Home tab to apply 제목 1,장 제목 1 to the text that you want to appear here. The communication structure of the OfficeServ 7100 system is as shown in the figure below: MISC SDRAM M82511/M82810...
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual CPU Interface The CPU, SRAM and SDRAM of the MP10/11 board are connected by using a 320 bit bus. One system SIO is provides on the MP10/11 board. Ethernet Access In default, Ethernet access is provided.
The control board to control the entire system operation is mounted on the control board slot of the OfficeServ 7100 system. The control board is divided into two types: MP10 and MP11. The type of the control board to be mounted is selected depending on the user’s request.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 126.96.36.199 Block Diagram The block diagram of the MP10 board is as shown in the figure below: FRONT PANEL MC MD1 MISC Media Card MAX3232 MISC RESET MMC DRIVER Daughter B’d DS1706 TE4300 ADM7001 X 2...
MMC. Analog Phase Locked Loop (APLL) The OfficeServ 7100 uses an analog PLL. The reference clock of 8 kHz is specified by software. If the external source of the reference clock is not specified, the clock created internally is used as the reference clock. The external reference clock of 8 kHz is set by the system automatically and a specific board can be specified by using the MMC if necessary.
The UNI board supports the newly developed daughter boards of the OfficeServ as the interface board types mounted on the OfficeServ 7100 slots. The UNI board mounts three Daughter boards and and 2BRM, 4DLM, 4TRM, 4SL boards can be mounted.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 188.8.131.52 Major Features Primary Connector Part This is the primary connector that each daughter board is connected to outside network and has the pitch of 2.54 mm to withstand the shocks, such as isolation between boards or secondary patterns, surge and ESD and can register the sudden change of voltage or current by using connection pins.
Therefore, it reduces the system weight, provides a highly integrated degree and supports high voice quality. Up to three 4TRM modules can be mounted on an UNI board and the OfficeServ 7100 system can mount the maximum 6 6TRM modules. 184.108.40.206 Block Diagram The following figure shows the 4TRM block diagram.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 220.127.116.11 Major Features The major features of the 4TRM module by blocks are as follows: DAA (CPC5623)-Line interface circuit. The DAA chip(CPC5623) is connected to the system and the line coming from C.O or PABX extension to provide the analog loop start interface and carries out the following...
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 2.5.3 8TRK Module The 8TRK module is a 8-port C.O. board and is mounted on the universal board of the cabinet. Each port can be connected to general C.O. lines, private switch, or general phone lines of another keyphone system. The module carries out the Real driver, Ring detection, TSAC and CODEC control functions by TMC ASIC.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual The voice signal transmitted to the transformer secondary side is separated into the Tx path and the Rx path at the Impedance matching & Balance circuit. In addition, it matches the resistance to 600 600 Ω and embeds the low frequency compensation function in the low frequency Impedance matching &...
CHAPTER 12. Error! Use the Home tab to apply 제목 1,장 제목 1 to the text that you want to appear here. 2.5.4 2BRM Module The 2BRM module, a daughter board mounted on the UNI board of the OfficeServ 7100, is the digital trunk interface board to provide the BRI board with two ports. This module is connected to 4-channel ISDN trunk in S mode or T mode.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 18.104.22.168 Major Features The 2BRM module uses ISDN Subscriber Access Controller(ISAC) chip(PEB3086) by Infeneon Inc. The ISAC chip carrying out the most operation of the 2BRM module is the four-wire S/T interface and implements the ISDN transfer control with the S-bus interface on one ship.
The TEPRI2 board is the board to connect T1/E1 C.O. line ot ISDN PRI C.O. line to the OfficeServ 7100 system. This board can be mounted on every slot(Slot 1, 2, 4~11) in the cabinet supporting 64-channel among from the universal slots of each cabinet.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 22.214.171.124 Major Features The major features of the TEPRI2 board are as follows: Line Interface Selectable T1/E1 signaling by programming Register design to satisfy T1(100 Ω) and E1(120 Ω) impedances simultaneously Surge protection according to ITU recommendation Output port protection by a line monitor Jitter characteristics satisfying ITU-T I.431 and G703...
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual Universal Asynchronous Receiver & Transmitter (UART) The UART is the element that allows the asynchronized serial communication. The UART is used as the system I/O port(SMDR or PCMMC). The UART is connected to the outside via the RJ-45 connector in front of the cabinet.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual The highway channel in the 4SLM board is determined by the SPI command in software and reads/writes only the channel information required for the system highway through 74LCX125 by using the TSAC signal provided from Le88241.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 126.96.36.199 Block Diagram The following figure shows the diagram of the 16SLI2/16MWSLI boards: C.O Line For PFT Relay X 4EA Relay SLIC DC FEED EPLD EPLD Relay DRIVER SLAC Relay SLIC SPI/PSI CODEC, GAIN DC FEED...
Programmable clock slot and PCM transmit clock edge option 2.5.8 8HYB/8COMBO Board 8HYB and 8COMBO boards can use the 8SLI and 8DLI functions and mounted on the universal slot of OfficeServ 7100. 188.8.131.52 Block Diagram-DLI DLI block diagram of 8HYB/8COMBO board is as follows:...
2.5.9 4DLM Module 4DLM is the interface board that provides the DLI circuit of four ports as the daughter board mounted on MP10/MP11/UNI board of OfficeServ 7100. 4DLM performs the same operation as that of 16DLI2, and includes four ports.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual QDMC (STI9511) As the ASIC chip that controls QDASL, QDMC has the following features: Universal Asynchronous Receiver & Transmitter(UART) data exchanged for D channel Programmable UART speed: 2 K/4 K/8 K/16 Kbps B channel supports bypass interface function One QDMC controls two TP34042 chips.(Total 16 channels can be used.)
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual Controls two TP3404 chips.(A total of 16 channels are available.) Recognizes the used board and ID. A master clock of 4.096 MHz is used. Operates at 5 V. 60-pin Quad Flat Pack(QFP) is used. QDASL Interface This interface is a D channel of each port, and RxD and TxD exist for serial data transfer.
The 16DLI board provides the interface circuit of 16 ports digital phones or DPIMs, which are the terminals for the OfficeServ 7100 system. QDASL that enables interfacing of four 2B+1D(two voice channels of 64 kbps and one signal channel of 16 kbps) is used for each port of the board.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 184.108.40.206 Main Features The Main Features of the 16DLI board are as follows: QDMC (STI9511) The QDMC(STI9511) is a special ASIC for controlling TP3404, which is the Quad Digital Adapter for Subscriber Loops(QDASL) chip of National Semiconductor. The TP3404 is...
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 2.5.12 MGI64/MGI16 Board The MGI board is mounted on the universal slot of the OfficeServ 7100 system and enables voice calls on the IP network. The MGI64 board is connected to Ethernet of 10/100 Mbps and encodes or decodes voice data into G.711, G.723.1, G.729 of the ITU-T.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual Ethernet Interface AM79C875KC: Ethernet Interface PHY transceiver RJ-45 connector Reset Logic Power On Reset − DS1706 power monitor chip is used. If the power is below 3.0 V, reset is performed. − It is canceled a certain time after reset signals are generated until the power is stable after the power is turned on, and properly operates.
CHAPTER 12. Error! Use the Home tab to apply 제목 1,장 제목 1 to the text that you want to appear here. 2.5.13 PLIM Board The PLIM board provides the LAN interface function for supporting the data network in the OfficeServ 7100 system. This board is mounted on the universal slot of the OfficeServ 7100 system. 220.127.116.11 Block Diagram...
Figure 2.26 PoE Strap Option of PLIM Board Shunt Removal in PLIM If PLIM card is mounted on OfficeServ 7100 system, the PoE function is not supported. Thus, when PLIM is mounted on OfficeServ 7100 system, check if the shun pin for selecting the PoE power is removed from the connector(J1/J2/J3).
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 2.5.14 4SWM 4SWM module is mounted on MP10/11 board and provides the Ethernet switch hubs of six ports. MP10/11 is connected to the front panel and the user uses four ports as LAN switch. The rest two ports are used to connect between 4SWM and MP10/11 processor LAN port.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 2.5.15 WBS24 BTS The Wireless Base Station of 2.4 GHz(WBS24) BTS is a wireless LAN access point with the system. 18.104.22.168 Block Diagram The block diagram of the WBS24 BTS is shown in the figure below: DASL _Int.
The WBS24 inter-works with the system through the 4WLI board installed into the OfficeServ 7100 system as shown in the figure below to provide wireless, voice, and data services: Also, the voices received from the WIP-5000M, which is a wireless terminal for voices only, are sent to the system.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual Table 2.2 System Configuration Inter-Working With WBS24 Item System Configuration Remarks RF Module - Wireless Standard: IEEE 802.11b - Data Rate: Up to 11 Mbps - Security Function: WEB 64/128-bit encrypted - Output Power: Up to 100mW(NIC board 70mW)
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 2.5.16 MODEM Board A modem used in OfficeServ 7100 system should support 2 wire full duplex, and this board is the board that can be shared with the modem of iDCS 500 system. Modem board is mounted on LOC1 of MP40 board.
OfficeServ 7100 system. The longest available distance between the DPIM and the OfficeServ 7100 is 400 m, and the calling distance between the DPIM and the door phone is 200 m. The longest calling distance from the main door phone is 600 m.
CHAPTER 12. Error! Use the Home tab to apply 제목 1,장 제목 1 to the text that you want to appear here. 22.214.171.124 Block Diagram of Door Phone The block diagram of the door phone, which is used, connected to the OfficeServ 7100 system, OfficeServ 7100, is as follows:...
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual Switch Detection Part A visitor can call the person in the inside by pressing the switch on the door box. The DPIM detects if this switch was pressed, with a photo coupler, and enters in the MCU port 46(No.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual CHAPTER 3. Troubleshooting This chapter describes problems that may occur while operating the OfficeServ 7100 system and their troubleshooting. 3.1 Diagnosing System Operation Describes problems that may occur while operating the system and their troubleshooting. 3.1.1 Checking Cabinet Power...
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 3.1.2 Abnormal Battery Backup (1) The procedure for troubleshooting the problem that occurs when the battery of the OfficeServ 7100 system is backed up is as follows: Analyze system battery. Check the battery voltage. - Check the battery connector...
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 3.1.4 Checking MP10/11 Board Operation The procedure for checking if the MP10/11 board controlling the OfficeServ 7100 system operates properly is as follows: Turn the power of the cabinet on. Does the MC - Check the multimedia card insertion LED of the MP10/11 status.
The procedure for resolving the problem that occurs when a call is not connected due to highway-related problem when the operator starts to make a call by connecting a phone to the OfficeServ 7100 system. Start If the MP10/11 operation normal? Check the 3.1.5 MP10/11 board.
The procedure for resolving the problem that occurs when a call cannot be connected due to switching clock-related problem when the operator starts to make a call by the phone connected to the OfficeServ 7100 system. Start - Refer to ‘3.1.1 Checking Cabinet Is the power of Power’.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 3.1.8 External Announcement is not Available The procedure for resolving the problem that occurs when external announcement is not available is as follows: Start Is a call connected properly? Repair the time switch. (Check the time switch...
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 3.2.2 -54 V Power is not Supplied to Motherboard The procedure for resolving the problem that occurs when -54 V power is not supplied to the motherboard is as follows: Check if the corresponding board is recognized through MMC 859 H/W version display program.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 126.96.36.199 Abnormal Internal Music on Hold (MOH)/Background Music Sources (BGM) The procedure for resolving the problem that occurs when internal MOH/BGM is abnormal is as follows. In this case, MOH is set as internal MOH. Start Is the communication Repair the port failed.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 188.8.131.52 Abnormal SIO Operation The procedure for resolving the problem caused by system UART port operation of cabinet when MP10/11 board is used is as follows: Start - Check MMC. - Check the S/W version. Is signal generated from...
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 184.108.40.206 Abnormal Multimedia Card The procedure for resolving the problem caused by multimedia card is as follows: Start Does MC LED - Insert to the multimedia card slot. of MP10/11 board - Replace the multimedia card.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 220.127.116.11 Abnormal PoE Operation The procedure for resolving the problem of PoE operation of the PLIM board is as follows: Start - Check the LAN cable. The power supply of the port - Check Strap Option-Check the connected is normal? terminal connected.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 18.104.22.168 -54 V Power is not Supplied to Module Start Check the mattern up to the module -54 V power is not supplied to connector of -54 V. the entire module? Check the PSU output voltage and The R61 power supply is normal? the UNI card input power(M54 pin).
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 3.4.3 4TRM Module 22.214.171.124 Ring Detection is not Available Start Ring detection is Check the line and replace 4TRM. performed in the entire port? Pin 13, 14 of Replace the line and check the CPC5623 are normal? pattern/part up to the port termial.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 3.4.4 4SLM Module 126.96.36.199 Ring Generation is not Available Start Ring generation is not Reaplce 4SLM. available in all ports? Replace UNI and check PSU. -54 V input power is normal? Check adjacent circuit of U2 and +12 V power is normal? replace it.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 188.8.131.52 C.O. line Call cannot be Originated The procedure for resolving the problem that occurs when C.O. line call cannot be originated is as follows: Check if the absolute power between TIP-RINGs exceeds 30 V in the hook-on status.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 184.108.40.206 C.O. line Call cannot be Connected The procedure for resolving the problem that occurs when C.O. line call cannot be connected is as follows: Start Check the P3 signal Check if TX is abnormal of the CODEC.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 220.127.116.11 Processor Operation is Abnormal The procedure for resolving the problem caused by abnormal processor operation of TEPRI2 board is as follows: Start - Refer to ‘3.1.1 Checking Basic Over one LED(s) is(are) Cabinet Power ’.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 18.104.22.168 RUN LED is Abnormal If RUN LED of TEPRI2 board blinks, the TEPRI2 board is operating properly. The procedure for resolving the problem that occurs when the RUN LED turns off is as follows: Start Refer to ‘Processor Operation is...
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 22.214.171.124 Abnormal LAN Port Operation The procedure for resolving the problem that occurs in the LAN port of the TEPRI2 board. Start Connect the LAN cable. LAN port of the front is used? Check U5(CPLD) K14, R25 clocks.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 3.4.7 8COMBO Board This part describes the method to solve the problem which occurs in the 8COMBO board. 126.96.36.199 When the 8COMBO Board Is Not Recognized The method to solve the problem when the 8COMBO board is not recognized is as follows: Check if all the specific group of MP10/11 does not operate.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 188.8.131.52 When the Tone Is Not Heard The method to solve the problem when the tone is not heard in the 8COMBO port is as follows: Check the voltage between TIP-RING. - Repair the power supply part.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 184.108.40.206 When the Ring Does Not Rise The method to solve the problem when the ring does not rise in the 8COMBO port as follows: Start Is the ring control port Is the RELAY sound generated? Replace SBS9401.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 220.127.116.11 When the Power Is Not Supplied The method to solve the problem when the power is not supplied to the 16SLI2/16MWSLI port is as follows: Check the voltage of both ends of TIP-RING.(-40 V or more) Check if -40 V or more is supplied between PIN3-PIN6 of RELAY.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 18.104.22.168 When the Call Is Not Connected The method to solve the problem when the call is not connected to the 16SLI2/16MWSLI port is as follows: Check if the PCM_FS signal is generated from PIN5 of U1.
If the ‘PWR’ LED on the front panel of the MGI64/MGI16 board is turned off when all the boards mounted on the OfficeServ 7100 system operate normally, and all the connected terminals operate normally, check the following or take measures as follows:...
If the ‘RUN’ LED on the front panel of the MGI64/MGI16 board is turned off when all the boards mounted on the OfficeServ 7100 system operate normally, and all the connected terminals operate normally, check the following or take measures as follows: Press the reset switch.
If the ‘SVC’ LED on the front panel of the MGI64/MGI16 board does not blink when all the boards mounted on the OfficeServ 7100 system operate normally, and all the connected terminals operate normally, check the following or take measures as follows: Press the reset switch.
IP telephone and the local digital telephone, call between the local IP telephone/digital telephone and the remote IP telephone/digital telephone are not connected) when all the boards mounted on the OfficeServ 7100 system operate normally, and all the connected terminals operate normally, check the status of the MGI64/MGI16 board or take...
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 22.214.171.124 Abnormal Operation of PoE The method to solve the problem when the problem occurs in PoE operation of the PLIM board is as follows: Start - Check the LAN cable. Does the power is normally - Check the Strap Option.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 126.96.36.199 When RELAY Cannot Be Controlled The method to solve the problem when RELAY cannot be controlled is as follows: Check if the control signal is properly output from CPLD. Check ADDRESS, DATA BUS. Is the control signal normal? Operate the corresponding TRANSISTOR and check its status.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 188.8.131.52 When the External Page/Loud Bell Does Not Operate The method to solve the problem when the external Page or the loud bell does not operate is as follows: Perform SCOPING on the output (PIN3 of U1, U2) of CODEC.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 184.108.40.206 Abnormal Operation of All the DSPs of the MFM Board The method to solve the problem when all the DSPs of the MFM board do not operate is as follows: Check the 16.384 MHz clock.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 3.5.3 RCM Board This part describes the method to solve the problem which occurs in the RCM board. 220.127.116.11 When the RCM Board Is Not Recognized The method to solve the problem when the RCM board is not recognized is as follows: Check if the RCM board is properly mounted on the MP10/11 board.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 18.104.22.168 Abnormal Operation of Some DSPs of the RCM Board (1) The method to solve the problem when some DSPs of the RCM board do not operate is as follows: Test the operation(U1~U3) of each IC via the program for displaying the MMC 850 system resource.
Viewing the directory(The same as the DIR function in the DOS mode) Deleting files(Deleting files partially) Analyzing the SMC It is available to create the SMC which enables to operate the OfficeServ 7100 system via the above five functions. The following describes the methods to use these functions. 22.214.171.124 Formatting Format the new SMC to be used in the OfficeServ 7100 system.
Device code is UID code is Fourth code is SAMSUNG 16 MB Smartmedia (3.3V) Bad Block= 1(zone=0) Do you want to re-test all block for recovering SmartMedia(y/n)? y 3) Then, formatting is started. The procedure of formatting is displayed on the bottom of the window, and if formatting is being done normally, the [Format Menu] window appears again.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 2) Then, the list of files included in the SMC is displayed. When the list is displayed, if moving the cursor on the corresponding item and pressing the [ENTER] key, the window is switched to the window of the corresponding item.
After the shipment, the contents of the CPLD can be changed. In OfficeServ 7100, the parts of Lattice(CPLD) are used, and the methods to program each of them are different, thus attention should be paid.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual Caution for connecting the PC to the target board The power of the PC and the target board should be turned off when they are connected to each other. If are connected to each other when the power is being supplied, the parallel port of the PC or the target board can be damaged.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 5) To set the programming mode, click [ ] under [JTAG Operation] on the following window. Read the following descriptions and set the corresponding mode. Figure 4.14 Designating the Programming Mode and the JEDEC File Path P=Erase, Program &...
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual To upgrade the CPLD of several boards, turn off the power after the operation for one board is completed, and then mount the next board and repeat the operations from the previous 7 step. To change the CPLD by using a new chain, perform operations from the 6 step by using the Chain file where the operations have been performed previously.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 126.96.36.199 Installation of the ‘ispVM’ Program ispVM is the CPLD program tool of Lattice and is installed to program the CPLD. 1) Access the web site of ‘http://www.gtmkorea.co.kr/htmls/vander_lattice.html’ in the Internet explorer. 2) Click the followings in this order.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 4) Click [Program]. Then, the EPLD enters the programming mode and downloads the related POF file to the EPLD. Figure 4.22 Data File Download 5) To save the information of the device, click [Examine]. 6) To check the checksum of the device, click [Verify].
Multimedia card where the related programs(<startup.sys> <aftxxx.pgm> <MP10/11mxxx.pgm>) are saved 4.3.2 Environment Configuration 1) Connect the cable for communication between the PC and the OfficeServ 7100 system. Connect to the SIO port of the MP10/11 boards. 2) Perform the communication program in the PC.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 4.3.3 Entering the Offline Test Mode If the above items are prepared, perform the offline test according to the following flowchart. Turn on the system power. When ‘REST‘ is entered as SIO Execute the boot program.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual IMOH Test item: This checks the internal sound source channel of the system. The internal sound source is provided in the MP10/11 board, and it should be tested by connecting the speaker to the PAGE port of the MIS board after mounting the MIS board to the MP10/11 board.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 1) x: Slot number When mounting on the slot 1: 0 When mounting on the slot 4: 3 When mounting on the slot 5: 4 Result display − PASS: FALC inside the corresponding TEPRI board operates normally.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual 1) x: Board type In case of the MP10/11 board: 0 In case of the MGI board: 1 2) y: Slot number Slot number: 0~4(In case of MP10/11, 0 is used.) Result display − x...x: This indicates the 12 digits of the MAC address of the designated board.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual WDMCx Test item: This checks the two DMCs(STL7052 ASIC) in the 4WLI board. ‘x’ is the location where the 4WLI board is mounted. 1) x: Slot number Slot number: 0~4 Result display − PASS: The DMC in the corresponding 4WLI board operates normally.
OfficeServ 7100 Service Manual Local Area Network Liquid Crystal Display Local Control Processor Light Emitting Diode LAN Interface Module MP10/11 Main Control Processor MEGACO Media Gateway Control Media Gateway Media Gateway Controller Media Gateway Interface MGCP Media Gateway Control Protocol...