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1 . Installing Chassis
2. Blade Installation
and Startup
3 . Installing Extensions
and Trunks
4 . Terminals and
Optional Equipment
5 . LAN Connection
6 . Specifications and
Parts
Hardware Manual
P/N 0913100
Rev 8, August 2009
Printed in U.S.A.
3.0

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  • Page 1 Empowered by Innovation 1 . Installing Chassis 2. Blade Installation and Startup 3 . Installing Extensions and Trunks 4 . Terminals and Optional Equipment 5 . LAN Connection 6 . Specifications and Parts Hardware Manual P/N 0913100 Rev 8, August 2009 Printed in U.S.A.
  • Page 2 No representation is made that this manual is complete or accurate in all respects and NEC Unified Solutions, Inc. shall not be liable for any errors or omissions. In no event shall NEC Unified Solutions, Inc. be liable for any incidental or consequential damages in connection with the use of this manual. This document contains proprietary information that is protected by copyright.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Installing the Chassis ....... . . 1-1 GENERAL PRECAUTIONS .
  • Page 4 CCPU Components........2-15 UX5000 Central Processing Unit (CCPU) Blade (Figure 2-4 - Figure 2-5) - P/N 0911001 .
  • Page 5 Table of Contents Voice Mail Daughter Board (VMDB-B1) (Figure 2-13 - Figure 2-14) - P/N 0911026 ..........2-32 Installing the VMDB Daughter Board: .
  • Page 6 Table of Contents Analog Trunk (4COIDB) Daughter Board (Figure 2-31) - P/N 0911074 . . . 2-66 Connector Pin-Outs on COIDB ........2-68 Installing a COIDB Daughter Board: .
  • Page 7 Table of Contents Resetting the System: ........2-104 To Perform a Cold Start:.
  • Page 8 Table of Contents LINE/TRUNK CUTDOWN SHEET ......3-21 CO/PBX Line Cutdown Sheet Configuration (Figure 3-12, Figure 3-13) . . 3-21 TROUBLESHOOTING .
  • Page 9 Table of Contents EXTERNAL PAGING ........4-25 External Page (Figure 4-16) .
  • Page 10 Table of Contents Bluetooth Cordless Handset (BCH) Interface - P/N 0910092 ... 4-52 Operation ............4-53 BTH / Bluetooth Handset: .
  • Page 11 Specifications and Parts List ......6-1 UX5000 SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS ......6-1 PARTS LIST .
  • Page 12 Table of Contents ✦ x Table of Contents...
  • Page 13: Installing The Chassis

    ● Do not modify the hardware as it could damage other system components. Should modifications be made, NEC assumes no responsibilities for damage which may occur. ● Liquid from lead acid batteries can cause damage to the eyes. If contact is made, flush the eyes with water and contact a doctor immediately.
  • Page 14: Unpacking

    1.1.2 Before Installing Make sure you have a building plan showing common equipment, extensions, the telco demarcation, and earth ground location. The installation site must meet NEC Unified Solutions specifications in the Standard Practices Manual (P/N N2710STD**). 1.1.3 Site Requirements The UX5000 system can be desk-mounted, floor-mounted, wall-mounted, or rack-mounted.
  • Page 15: Equipment Overview

    Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis ECTION Equipment Overview 1.2.1 System Chassis There are three types of chassis: ● 9 1/2” base Chassis-B ● 9 1/2” expansion Chassis-E ● 19” Chassis-A The first chassis (the Controlling Chassis-B with CCPU) provides 3 slots and a power supply. One slot in the first chassis (Controlling Chassis) is used for the CCPU.
  • Page 16 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis (Chassis-B) Controlling 3-Slot Chassis Controlling and Expansion 3-Slot Chassis (Chassis-B/Chassis-E) Fully Expanded System (without IP connection) - 4 6-Slot Chassis Note: When using combined 9.5” chassis, they cannot be stacked due to heat issues. They must be set vertically.
  • Page 17 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis 19” Chassis x7 9.5” 19” Chassis x4 (41 slots) Controlling 19” Chassis 19” Chassis x2 (23 slots) (IP connection Chassis (5 slots) (11 slots) (hard wired required for 5+ (2 slots) connection) 19” Chassis) Chassis Number of B-Channels Available Analog...
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  • Page 19: Controlling/Base Chassis-B (2U Chassis)

    Controlling Chassis-B vs. Base Chassis-B vs. Expansion Chassis-E In the UX5000 system, there are three different versions of chassis - the 9.5” Base Chassis-B, the 9.5” Expansion Chassis-E, and the 19” Chassis-A. This section will detaiil using the 9.5” chassis.
  • Page 20 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis Figure 1-4: CHASSIS-B - FRONT Figure 1-5: CHASSIS-B - BACK 1 - 8 Chapter 1...
  • Page 21: Expansion Chassis-E (2U Chassis)

    Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis ECTION Expansion Chassis-E (2U Chassis) 1.4.1 Expansion Chassis-E The Expansion Chassis-E is used to install additional system blades and connects to the right of the Controlling/Base Chassis-B. Combined with the Controllling/Base Chassis-B, it can accommodate up to 96 ports (40 trunk/80 stations max.).
  • Page 22: Before Installing An Expansion Chassis

    Expansion chassis kit is required to connect the chassis together (using the EXIFU blade). ● Note: When wall-mounting a UX5000 system, make sure the wall can support the weight of the chassis (20 lbs per system chassis). It is recommended that plywood first be installed on the wall where the chassis will be positioned, allowing for secure anchoring.
  • Page 23 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis Secure the metal bracket to the Base chassis with the 3 screws provided. Figure 1-8: ATTACH THE EXPANSION BRACKET Align the back board connector up for the Base and Expansion chassis and push the two chassis together.
  • Page 24 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis Figure 1-10: ATTACHING THE CHASSIS TOGETHER Remove the top cover of the Chassis-E by removing the two screws located near the top front of the chassis and slightly pushing the cover backwards. Tighten the four screws on the expansion bracket and replace the cover. Figure 1-11: SECURING THE SCREWS 1 - 12 Chapter 1...
  • Page 25 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis Figure 1-12: REATTACH THE TOP COVER Using the metal reinforcement bracket included, secure the bracket as shown below using the 2 screws provided. Figure 1-13: ATTACH THE REINFORCEMENT BRACKET Chapter 1 1 - 13...
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  • Page 27: 19" Chassis-A (2U Chassis)

    Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis ECTION 19” Chassis-A (2U Chassis) 1.5.1 19” Chassis-A In this documentation, the first chassis in the system requires a CCPU and is called the Controlling chassis. The system can then be expanded by attaching a total of 4 chassis directly together. Additional chassis can be connected together using an IP connection to allow for a maximum of 200 trunks and 512 extensions.
  • Page 28 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis Figure 1-15: CABLING THE CHASSIS 1 - 16 Chapter 1...
  • Page 29: Battery Box

    Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis ECTION Battery Box 1.6.1 Chassis Battery Box (2U Chassis) If the power fails, connecting the power supply unit from the 9.5” Controlling chassis or from the 19” Chassis-A to a battery box will allow the system to continue to function. Each chassis (Chassis-B and Chassis-A) has two versions of battery boxes which can be connected.
  • Page 30: Installing The Short-Term Battery Box In The 9.5" Chassis-B

    Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis 1.6.1.1 Installing the Short-Term Battery Box in the 9.5” Chassis-B Make sure the chassis is powered off and unplugged. On the battery box compartment, remove the 2 screws under the battery box then remove the top cover.
  • Page 31 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis The metal bracket is placed on top of the batteries to hold them in place. Insert the metal tabs of the bracket into the slots on the side of the battery compartment and lower into place. Using the two screws provided, attach the bracket to the battery compartment.
  • Page 32 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis Reattach the cover by securing the two screws removed previously. Figure 1-22: REATTACH TOP COVER Secure the battery compartment to the chassis using the two screws provided. Then, attach the battery cable to the chassis. Screws Battery Box Chassis...
  • Page 33: Installing The Short-Term Battery Box In The 19" Chassis-A

    Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis 1.6.1.2 Installing the Short-Term Battery Box in the 19” Chassis-A ● Though the battery cage is provided standard as part of the Chassis-A, the batteries are optional equipment. Make sure the chassis is powered off and unplugged. On the back of the 19”...
  • Page 34 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis Insert the cables into the chassis pull them to the right, towards the BATT connection. Secure the cables to the metal wire guide/protector with tie wraps. Install the metal wire guide/protector by inserting it to the left of the fan’s position. Secure it to the chassis with the provided screw.
  • Page 35: Replacing The Fuses In A Short-Term Battery Box

    Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis 1.6.1.3 Replacing the Fuses in a Short-Term Battery Box ! Important ! ● Only replace with fuses of the same rating. ● Fuses may be hot. Use caution when replacing them. Correct the issue which caused the fuse problem. ●...
  • Page 36: Long-Term Battery Box (3U Chassis)

    Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis 1.6.2 Long-Term Battery Box (3U Chassis) The long-term battery box can be used with the Chassis-A or Chassis-B/E. When using the long-term battery box, the unit can be floor mounted to provide a secure installation. It should, however, be mounted on top of the Floor-Mount box (P/N 670019).
  • Page 37: Installing The Long-Term Battery Box

    Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis 1.6.2.1 Installing the Long-Term Battery Box Position the floor-mount box in a location which provides enough access around the unit to allow for access to the equipment. Secure the box with 4 10mm anchor bolts. Place the long-term battery box on top of the floor-mount box.
  • Page 38 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis Remove the two screws from the metal retaining bracket and remove the bracket. ● This allows access to three battery compartments. Figure 1-33: REMOVE RETAINING BRACKET AND BATTERY TRAYS Pull out the first battery compartment using the tab on the front of the tray. Loosen the two screws on the top of the cover and remove.
  • Page 39 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis Connect the battery cables provided with the battery box as shown below. The black cable is attached to the negative connector on the right-side battery. The blue cable is attached from the positive connector on the right-side battery to the negative connector on the left-side battery.
  • Page 40 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis Connect the cables from the batteries to the fuse unit located just above the batteries. Figure 1-37: CONNECT CABLES TO FUSE BOARD Reinstall the front cover by inserting the tabs on the cover into the slots on the battery box. Slide the cover to the left and secure with the screw previously removed.
  • Page 41 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis Looking at the back of the battery box, the cables should be connected sequentially to the chassis going from right to left. Take the cable on the farthest right and connect it to the first system chassis.
  • Page 42 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis You can increase the battery back up time by connecting each system to its own battery box. ! Important ! ● Do not pull on or carry the batteries by the battery connector cables. ●...
  • Page 43: Replacing External Battery Box Fuses In The Long Term Battery Box

    Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis 1.6.2.1 Replacing External Battery Box Fuses in the Long Term Battery Box ! Important ! ● Do not place metals objects (such as screws) on the fuse unit. ● Only replace with fuses of the same rating. ●...
  • Page 44 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis Replace the fuse(s) as needed. Figure 1-45: FUSES Replace the fuse blade and tighten the thumb screws on either side of the blade. Replace the battery connection cables to the fuse unit and replace the front cover. 1 - 32 Chapter 1...
  • Page 45: Mounting The Chassis

    Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis ECTION Mounting the Chassis 1.7.1 Mounting Options for the Chassis The chassis can be set up or mounted in the following ways: ● Wall Mount (page 1-35 and page 1-45) ● Desktop (page 1-50) ●...
  • Page 46 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis ✎ Actual chassis placement with multiple chassis must be positioned to allow connection for the EXIFU-E1 cable, which measures 3.93’ (1.2 meters). This means a 3rd or 4th chassis must have the slots facing chassis 1 and 2. Figure 1-47: WALL MOUNTING CHASSIS 1 - 34...
  • Page 47: Wall Mounting The Chassis-B/E (Figure 1-47 - Figure 1-59)

    Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis 1.7.3 Wall Mounting the Chassis-B/E (Figure 1-47 - Figure 1-59) Determine the installation location for the wall bracket providing the appropriate spacing as shown below. ● It is suggested that plywood first be installed on the wall where the chassis will be positioned. This allows for secure anchoring of the screws which will be supporting the weight of the chassis.
  • Page 48 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis Ceiling Wall 20” Secure with Flat-head wood screws 13/16” 15 1/4” 13/16” Secure with Flat-head wood screws 12” 2 1/2” 7 15/16” 3 7/8” 20” 14 1/2” 20” Figure 1-49: WALL MOUNTING 2 CHASSIS-B/E BRACKETS 1 - 36 Chapter 1...
  • Page 49 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis .Remove the metal tabs (E-H) located on the bottom of the brackets. Figure 1-50: REMOVE METAL BRACKETS Chapter 1 1 - 37...
  • Page 50 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis At their original location, reposition the metal tabs as shown below and secure wth the original screws. Figure 1-51: POSITION AND SECURE THE METAL BRACKETS 1 - 38 Chapter 1...
  • Page 51 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis With a single chassis setup, attach the metal support bracket to the plastic brackets with the 4 screws provided. Figure 1-52: ATTACHING 1 CHASSIS TO THE METAL SUPPORT BRACKET Chapter 1 1 - 39...
  • Page 52 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis With a double chassis setup, position the metal support bracket as shown below and secure with the 4 screws provided. Figure 1-53: ATTACHING 2 CHASSIS TO THE METAL SUPPORT BRACKET At the ends of the brackets, reinstall the screws removed in Step 2 which held in the G and H metal tabs.
  • Page 53 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis There are two different styles of wall-mounting brackets for the Chassis-B/E. Style 1 as shown below is attached to the wall and then attached to the chassis using the steps which follow. Style 2 is mounted to the chassis and then, using the key-holes, you slide the bracket over screws which have been secured to the wall according to the template sheet included.
  • Page 54 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis When using the Style 1 brackets: Attach the bracket to the wall using 4 anchor bolts. Figure 1-56: ATTACHING THE WALL MOUNT BRACKET TO THE WALL 1 - 42 Chapter 1...
  • Page 55 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis With either style mounting bracket: Position the chassis so that hole I and J on the chassis match up with the metal tabs (i and j) on the bracket and slide sideways slightly. Figure 1-57: ATTACHING THE CHASSIS TO THE WALL Chapter 1 1 - 43...
  • Page 56 Slide the chassis over the screw heads and move the chassis to the side and slightly down allowing for the secure placement within the key-holes within the bracket. If required, reposition the system label on the cover. Figure 1-59: REVERSE THE UX5000 LABEL 1 - 44 Chapter 1...
  • Page 57: Securing The Chassis-A To The Wall (Figure 1-47 - Figure 1-65)

    Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis 1.7.4 Securing the Chassis-A to the Wall (Figure 1-47 - Figure 1-65) If you choose to wall-mount the system, make sure the wall can support the weight of the chassis (20 lbs per chassis). Ensure that enough space is available to allow the installation of the additional chassis above and below the chassis.
  • Page 58 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis Determine the installation location for the wall bracket providing the appropriate spacing as shown below. ● It is suggested that plywood first be installed on the wall where the chassis will be positioned. This allows for secure anchoring of the screws which will be supporting the weight of the chassis.
  • Page 59 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis On the side of the chassis which should be positioned on top when the install is completed, attach the small angle bracket to the middle of the chassis. On the opposite side of the chassis, attach the metal support L-bracket.
  • Page 60 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis On the lower U-bracket support, attach two screws on either side of the bracket. Do not tighten the screws. There should be approximately 3/8” clearance on the screw head to allow for space when installing the chassis with the L-bracket installed.
  • Page 61 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis Secure the top of the chassis into place by screwing in the top L-bracket into the U-bracket. Figure 1-64: ATTACH THE TOP OF THE CHASSIS-A WALL TO THE MOUNT BRACKET Place the cable support bracket onto the bottom edge of the U-bracket. Secure it to the bottom of the U-bracket with a screw.
  • Page 62: Bracket Installation For Desktop Position With Chassis-B (Figure 1-66 - Figure 1-69)

    Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis 1.7.5 Bracket Installation for Desktop Position With Chassis-B (Figure 1-66 - Figure 1-69) Note that this bracket is not for use with a combined Chassis-B/E. (A combined Chassis-B/E should only be rack, wall, or floor mounted.) If you choose to place the Chassis-B on top of a desk or similar position, use the following steps to attach the brackets to allow for a stable system placement.
  • Page 63 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis Insert the second bracket so that tabs e and f are inserted into the tab holes E and F on the chassis. The protruding tabs of c and D should slide over the C and D indents on the first bracket. Figure 1-67: POSITION THE SECOND BRACKET Slide both brackets backwards until they click into place.
  • Page 64 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis When only using the Chassis-B, screw the plastic cover over the backboard connector to prevent dust/ foreign objects from entering the chassis. Figure 1-69: ATTACH THE BACKBOARD CONNECTOR COVER Position the chassis on the desktop in its desired location. Figure 1-70: FINISHED CHASSIS WITH DESKTOP BRACKET 1 - 52...
  • Page 65: Bracket Installation For Floor Mounting (Figure 1-71)

    Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis 1.7.6 Bracket Installation for Floor Mounting (Figure 1-71) Figure 1-71: CHASSIS PLACEMENT Chapter 1 1 - 53...
  • Page 66: Securing A Single Chassis-B/E To The Floor (Figure 1-73 - Figure 1-75)

    Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis 1.7.7 Securing a Single Chassis-B/E to the Floor (Figure 1-73 - Figure 1-75) Install the brackets on the floor allowing for enough space surrounding the chassis to work. Wall Screws 11.800” 10.314” Open Space 11.811”...
  • Page 67 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis Turn the chassis upside down, so that the EXIFU slot is towards the top. Insert Tab a of the right floor bracket into Tab Hole A of the left floor bracket and secure together with the one screw provided.
  • Page 68 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis Turn the chassis upright and place the floor bracket in its position on the floor. Secure the mounting bracket to the floor using 4 anchor bolts. Secure to floor with (4) 10mm anchor bolts Chassis Figure 1-75: ATTACH THE CHASSIS TO THE FLOOR...
  • Page 69: Securing A Single Chassis-A To The Floor (Figure 1-76)

    Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis 1.7.8 Securing a Single Chassis-A to the Floor (Figure 1-76) Install the brackets on the floor allowing for enough space surrounding the chassis to work. Position the Chassis-A with the blade slots facing up. As pictured in the graphic below, attach the Metal Bracket A to one of the Metal Bracket Bs using 2 screws.
  • Page 70 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis Secure the floor mounting brackets to the floor using 2 anchor bolts. Figure 1-77: FLOOR MOUNTING 1 CHASSIS-A 1 - 58 Chapter 1...
  • Page 71: Securing Multiple Chassis-As To The Floor (Figure 1-78 - Figure 1-84)

    Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis 1.7.9 Securing Multiple Chassis-As to the Floor (Figure 1-78 - Figure 1-84) Install the brackets on the floor allowing for enough space surrounding the chassis to work. Secure the 5 rubber feet (included with the brackets) to the bottom of the chassis which will be against the second chassis.
  • Page 72 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis For 3 Chassis: As pictured in the graphic below, attach each of the Metal Bracket As to the bottom of each of the chassis. The outside brackets are only secured on the inner edge, while the middle bracket is completely secured.
  • Page 73 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis For 2 Chassis: Slide Bracket B under Bracket C and attach the brackets to the side of the Chassis-A using 2 screws into the chassis and 2 into Bracket B. Repeat this process on the opposite side. Figure 1-81: SECURING BRACKETS FOR 2 CHASSIS Chapter 1...
  • Page 74 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis For 3 Chassis: Slide Bracket B under Bracket C and attach the brackets to the side of the Chassis-A using 2 screws into the chassis and 2 into Bracket B. Repeat this process on the opposite side. Figure 1-82: SECURING BRACKETS FOR 3 CHASSIS Reposition the chassis so the brackets are placed on the floor.
  • Page 75 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis Secure the floor mounting brackets to the floor using 2 anchor bolts. Secure the chassis together using the metal conector(s) provided. Figure 1-84: SECURING THE CHASSIS TOGETHER Chapter 1 1 - 63...
  • Page 76: Securing Two Chassis-B/Es To The Floor (Figure 1-85 - Figure 1-88)

    Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis 1.7.10 Securing Two Chassis-B/Es to the Floor (Figure 1-85 - Figure 1-88) Install the brackets on the floor allowing for enough space surrounding the chassis to work. Wall Screws 11.800” 17.322” 18.818” Open Space Open Space Screws 19.685”...
  • Page 77 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis Screw Expansion Floor Bracket Tab Hole D Tab Hole B Tab Hole A Screw T ab Hole C Right Floor Bracket Left Floor Bracket Tab d Tab b Tab a Tab c Figure 1-86: CONNECT THE MOUNTING BRACKETS TO EXPANSION FLOOR BRACKET Insert Tabs e and f on the floor brackets into the Tab Holes E and F at the front of the chassis.
  • Page 78 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis Turn the chassis upright and place the floor bracket in its position on the floor. Secure the mounting brackets to the floor using 4 anchor bolts. Secure the Top Expansion Bracket to the top of both chassis using 4 screws. Figure 1-88: ATTACH THE CHASSIS TO THE FLOOR 1 - 66...
  • Page 79: Securing The Chassis To A Rack (Figure 1-89 - Figure 1-96)

    Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis 1.7.11 Securing the Chassis to a Rack (Figure 1-89 - Figure 1-96) Figure 1-89: INSTALLING THE MOUNTING BRACKET ON THE RACK Chapter 1 1 - 67...
  • Page 80 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis Install the 19” rack mount bracket. ● Each 19” metal Chassis-A will require approximately 3.5” of height (2U chassis) within the rack (see Figure 1-91: 19” CHASSIS-A (2U) RACK MOUNT INSTALLATION in Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis on page 1-69).
  • Page 81 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis Figure 1-91: 19” CHASSIS-A (2U) RACK MOUNT INSTALLATION Chapter 1 1 - 69...
  • Page 82 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis Attach the metal rack mount brackets to each side of the chassis with the screws provided. ● Note that the 19” Chassis-A brackets are secured with 3 small screws on each side. Figure 1-92: ATTACH RACK MOUNT BRACKETS TO CHASSIS-B/E Figure 1-93: ATTACH RACK MOUNT BRACKETS TO CHASSIS-A...
  • Page 83 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis For the plastic Chassis-B/E units, attach the 2 bar brackets at the correct positions on the rack. These will be used to secure the chassis to the rack in their proper vertical position. ● Both standard and metric screws are provided.
  • Page 84 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis For the plastic Chassis-B/E units, attach the chassis to the bar brackets using 2 screws at each point. Figure 1-95: 19” CHASSIS-B/E RACK MOUNTING For the metal 19” Chassis-A unit, attach the chassis to the rack mount brackets using 2 screws at each point.
  • Page 85: Grounding The Chassis

    Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis ECTION GROUNDING THE CHASSIS 1.8.1 Connecting the System Ground (Figure 1-97 - Figure 1-99) ● From the factory, the SG, ETH and PBXG grounds are located inside the chassis and are connected to the FG ground (frame ground) on the back of the Chassis-B. ●...
  • Page 86 Chapter 1 - Installing the Chassis Figure 1-99: GROUNDING THE CHASSIS 1 - 74 Chapter 1...
  • Page 87: Blade Installation And Startup

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup ECTION BLADE LAYOUT 2.1.1 Blade Location Determine the slot position for each blade. In the Controlling chassis: Slot 1 - dedicated for the CCPU ● EXIFU slot - dedicated for the Expansion blade ●...
  • Page 88: Order Of Installing Extension Blades

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup 2.1.2 Order of Installing Extension Blades The order that the station Blades (ESIU and SLIU) are physically inserted determines the numbering plan. For example, with a digital station blade (16ESIU) in slot #1 (ext. 301-316), when 3 additional digital station blades are installed in the following order, the numbering plan below applies: Order of Blade Slot #...
  • Page 89: Port/Option Availability

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup 2.1.4 Port/Option Availability Basic IntraMail License License Remote System MEMDB CygniLink Ports - 082U (256) (unlimited) Upgrade (CCPU) Over 8 Yes: 1 chassis (6 Supported Supported Maximum Flash slot) only Memory Required 64 Ports 2 3-slot Chassis without...
  • Page 90 Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK 2 - 4 Chapter 2...
  • Page 91: Blade Installation

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup ECTION Blade INSTALLATION 2.2.1 Handling the Blades The blades are sensitive to static discharge. To minimize static discharge, keep blades in static free bags when not installed. Observe the following when installing or removing a blade: Ground Controlling/Base Chassis and Expansion Chassis.
  • Page 92: Removing An Extension Or Trunk Blade

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup Figure 2-1: INSERTING BLADES 2.2.4 Removing an Extension or Trunk Blade Any blade, EXCEPT for the CCPU, VOIPDB, EXIFU, VMDB, or MEMDB can be removed while the system is powered up. In addition, the compact flash card in the CCPU should not be removed while powered up. To remove any of the excluded blades indicated above, the system must first be powered down.
  • Page 93: Where To Install The Blades

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup 2.2.6 Where to Install the Blades Figure 2-2: CHASSIS-B LAYOUT - FRONT VIEW Figure 2-3: CHASSIS-B LAYOUT - BACK VIEW Chapter 2 2 - 7...
  • Page 94 G.711 PCM communications and data communications. The system’s universal architecture gives you great flexibility when installing blades. You can install a blade in any slot, provided you follow the guidelines in the chart below. UX5000 Blade Capacities 19” 19”...
  • Page 95 Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup UX5000 Blade Capacities 19” 19” 19” System Max. 9.5” Chassis Chassis Chassis Max. w/ Trunks/Ext/ Chassis w/CCPU w/o CCPU Networking Channels CCPU Central Processing Unit (installed (installed in (installed CgyniLink in CCPU CCPU slot)
  • Page 96 Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup UX5000 Blade Capacities 19” 19” 19” System Max. 9.5” Chassis Chassis Chassis Max. w/ Trunks/Ext/ Chassis w/CCPU w/o CCPU Networking Channels 4SLIDB 4 Analog Stations Extensions: Daughter Board 8SLIDB 8 Analog Stations (8x32)
  • Page 97 Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup UX5000 Blade Capacities 19” 19” 19” System Max. 9.5” Chassis Chassis Chassis Max. w/ Trunks/Ext/ Chassis w/CCPU w/o CCPU Networking Channels 4DIOPU 4 DID/OPX Trunks TRK: 50 Trunks: 200 STA: 128 (4x50) Extensions:...
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  • Page 99: Blade Load Factors

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup ECTION Blade Load Factors In addition to the blade capacities listed on the previous pages, you must take into consideration the power load factors for certain blades as well as station equipment (such as terminals, terminal adapters, and consoles).
  • Page 100 IP-6v (6-button IP) terminal PoE from GSW IP-2v (2 button IP) terminal PoE from GSW PGDAD Module SLTAD Aspire Equipment Used on UX5000 Keyset Super Display Keyset 24-Button DLS 110-Button DSS The total number cannot exceed 64 for a 9.5” Chassis-B/E or 80 for a 19”...
  • Page 101: Ccpu Components

    UX5000 Central Processing Unit (CCPU) Blade (Figure 2-4 - Figure 2-5) - P/N 0911001 The CCPU controls all the functions and operations of the UX5000 system using the system software loaded into the CCPU memory. The system software can be upgraded as new software becomes available.
  • Page 102 Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup ● Connection for Memory Module DTMF Tone Sender ● DTMF Tone Receiver ● System Tone Sender ● MFC Tone Sender ● MF Signal Sender (Sends caller information to CO for E911) ● Call Progress Tone Detection ●...
  • Page 103: Dsp Resources

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup 2.4.1.2 DSP Resources The CCPU has 128 channels for the DSP sender with both the base and expansion chassis. There are 32 channels of DSP resources (receivers) provided by the base chassis (only devices connected to the base chassis can use them).
  • Page 104: When Using Caller Id

    A DSP is used on the system’s CCPU which has the call. For instance, when a trunk on System ID 2 uses a receiver, a DSP on System ID-2 is used. A UX5000’s CygniLink ID will determine which zone it’s in. In the same zone, the communication number servers must share the DSP resource (not the actual resource however).
  • Page 105 Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup ! IMPORTANT! After removing a previously installed CCPU, handle the blade carefully, from the edges. If certain solder points/resistors are touched on the back of the blade, some RAM/temporary memory may be lost (ex: time, date, user- defined settings, etc.) Battery Fast Ethernet CN7...
  • Page 106 Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup Connector Connector Description Backboard Connection MEMDB-A1 (Expanded Memory) Connection VOIPDB Blade Connection VMBU Blade Connection USB Memory Connection (used for upgrading software or downloading system data) CN6/SW2 Used for Debug Purposes Ethernet Cable Connection (for PCPro or WebPro, CTI, ACD MIS, IP Phone) CN8/CN9 Pin Sub-Mini Jack for External Source Connection (External MOH, External Speaker, etc.)
  • Page 107: Switch Settings And Led Indications

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup 2.4.1.2.1 Switch Settings and LED Indications With a system restart or a system reset while holding the Load/SW1 switch: USB Memory Status Operation Switch SW1 - Load When USB Memory is not installed: •...
  • Page 108 Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup LED Indication Status LED2 LED3 LED4 LED5 (LED1) System initializing System On Steady When USB Startup: Memory is Connected Initializing the disk or formatting Misc: Access On Steady When USB Blink Memory is Connected Boot program is initializing in the System On Steady When USB...
  • Page 109: Connector Pin-Outs On Ccpu

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup 2.4.1.2.2 Connector Pin-Outs on CCPU USB Cable Connector - CN5 (Type A, Female) (USB 1.1/2.0 Standard) Pin No. Signal 1 2 3 4 Ethernet Cable Connector - CN7 (RJ45) (10Base-T/100Base-TX Port) Pin No. Signal Pin Jack - CN8/CN9 (No polarity)
  • Page 110: Ccpu Installation (Figure 2-5 - Figure 2-6)

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup 2.4.1.3 CCPU Installation (Figure 2-5 - Figure 2-6) • The power to the chassis must be off when installing or removing this blade. • Do not remove/insert the optional CCPU daughter boards (VMDB, MEMDB, VOIPDB) or voice mail flash card while the system power is on.
  • Page 111: Resetting The System

    While the system is powered up, data may be written to the S-RAM or flash memory at any time. If the UX5000 requires a system reset, you must power off the system using the power switch on the front of the Base chassis.
  • Page 112: Connector Pin-Out On The Exifu-B1 / E1

    The EXIFU can be used to connect a 19” chassis to a 9.5” chassis or 2 combined 9.5” chassis. Use only the CAT 5 cables provided by NEC to make the connections between the Base chassis and Expansion chassis.
  • Page 113: Removing The Exifu Cover (Figure 2-8)

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup 2.4.2.2 Removing the EXIFU Cover (Figure 2-8) Press on the right-hand side of the EXIFU cover and pull the cover open. Slide the cover slightly to the left to unhook the 3 hooks which hold on the cover. Figure 2-8: REMOVING THE EXIFU COVER 2.4.2.3...
  • Page 114 Figure 2-10: EXIFU BLADE INSTALLATION Using only the NEC CAT5 straight-thru cables, attach one cable to each Base Chassis-B1’s CN3 connector on the EXIFU-E1. Attach the opposite end to the CN2, CN3 or CN4 connector on the Controlling Chassis-B1’s EXIFU-B1.
  • Page 115 Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup Figure 2-11: EXIFU CABLING Chapter 2 2 - 29...
  • Page 116 USB flash drive is installed ● 8 ports maximum for IntraMail/VRS ● No multiple chassis setup UX5000 - MEMDB installed and limited port license ● Networking (CygniLink and AspireNet) (Trunks: 200 max. No remote update from flash memory, but possible ●...
  • Page 117 Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup To install an Memory Expansion Daughter Board: • Do not remove or install this daughter board with the power on. Insert the MEMDB into the CN2 connector on the CCPU. This daughter board does not have any switches which need to be set and does not ●...
  • Page 118: Voice Mail Daughter Board (Vmdb-B1) (Figure 2-13 - Figure 2-14)

    UX5000 with up to 256 ports, the voice mail will be assigned the ports out of the range of communication server ports. When used on a UX5000 with up to 512 ports, the voice mail will be assigned ports within the range of station/trunk ports.
  • Page 119: Installing The Vmdb Daughter Board

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup 2.4.4.1 Installing the VMDB Daughter Board: • Do not remove or install this daughter board with the power on. In addition, do not insert/remove the IntraMail compact flash with the system powered up as it could corrupt the system files.
  • Page 120 Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup Figure 2-15: INTRAMAIL COMPACT FLASH CARD 2 - 34 Chapter 2...
  • Page 121: Voip (Voipdb) Daughter Board (Figure 2-16 - Figure 2-16)

    PCM-based digital circuit, this daughter board converts the IP packet signal into a PCM signal format and connects to the PCM time division switch. The VOIPDB daughter board is required in order for IP terminals to communicate with non-VoIP UX5000 terminals, as well as to place or receive outside calls.
  • Page 122: Led Indications

    With the system power off, install the VOIPDB onto the CCPU. Insert the CCPU into the CCPU slot in the Controlling chassis. UX5000 Central Processing Unit (CCPU) Blade (Figure 2-4 - Figure 2-5) Refer to ● - P/N 0911001 (page 2-15) for more details.
  • Page 123 Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup Within UX5000 programming, Program 10-12-01 : CCPU Network Setup - IP Address must be set to 0.0.0.0. After disconnecting the LAN connection on the CCPU, reboot the UX5000 so the change will take effect.
  • Page 124 Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup Figure 2-17: VOIP CONNECTION Figure 2-18: VOIPDB CONNECTION TO NETWORK/PC 2 - 38 Chapter 2...
  • Page 125: Station Blades

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup ECTION Station Blades 2.5.1 Digital Station (8/16ESIU) Blade (Figure 2-19) - P/N 0911036 and 0911038 The ESIU blade provides: 8 (8ESIU) OR 16 (16ESIU) digital extension circuits (used for digital terminals, DSS consoles, SLTAD ●...
  • Page 126 Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup Interface Circuit # CN101 Key Telephone Interface #1- #4 CN201 Key Telephone Interface Common #5- #8 Control Circuit CN301 Key Telephone Interface #9- #12 CN401 Key Telephone Interface #13- #16 BUSY LED (Status for terminals) ON: Extension(s) in Use OFF: Idle...
  • Page 127: Connector Pin-Outs On The Esiu

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup 2.5.1.1 Connector Pin-Outs on the ESIU RJ61 Cable Connector - 8ESIU - CN101 (ports 1-4), CN201 (ports 5-8) 16ESIU - CN101 (ports 1-4), CN201 (ports 5-8), CN301 (ports 9-12), CN401 (ports 13-16) Pin No. Connection Tip for port 4 Tip for port 3...
  • Page 128: Digital Station (8Esidb) Daughter Board (Figure 2-19) - P/N 0911076

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup 2.5.2 Digital Station (8ESIDB) Daughter Board (Figure 2-19) - P/N 0911076 The 8ESIDB daughter board provides 8 digital extensions. This daughter board is installed on the 8ESIU blade (P/N 0911077) and expands the port capacity for the combined blades by 8 ports. The 8ESIDB cannot be used with the prior version of the 8ESIU blade, P/N 0911036, or the 16ESIU blade, P/N 0911038.
  • Page 129: Connector Pin-Outs On The 8Esidb

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup Any cabling to the ESIDB must be within the building - no outside cabling is permitted. Blade Maximum’s 19” Chassis 19” Chassis 19” Chassis System Max. 9.5” Chassis w/CCPU w/o CCPU w/Networking 8ESIDB 2.5.2.1 Connector Pin-Outs on the 8ESIDB RJ61 Cable Connector -...
  • Page 130: Analog Station (4/8Sliu) Blade (Figure 2-22) - P/N 0911040 And

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup 2.5.3 Analog Station (4/8SLIU) Blade (Figure 2-22) - P/N 0911040 and 0911044 The 4/8SLIU blade provides 4 (4SLIU) analog extension ports OR 8 (8SLIU) analog extension ports (used for on-premise analog telephones, fax machines, and analog modems). The 4SLIU and 8SLIU are not rated for OPX use.
  • Page 131 Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup Pin Number Location Daughter Board I/F Common (for SLIDB) Control RJ61 Circuit Connector Daughter Board I/F (for 4/8SLIU) CN2(4SLIU) SLT Line Interface #1-#4 BUSY LED (Status for Extensions) ON: Extension(s) in Use OFF: Idle LIVE LED (Status LED) CN2(4SLIDB)
  • Page 132: Led Indications

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup Figure 2-23: 8SLIU BLADE - COMPONENT SIDE VIEW 2.5.3.1 LED Indications LED Indication Operation Status Operation Status Live LED Busy LED (green) (red) Blade initializing Flashing Blade assignment refused (system (1 second) capacity exceeded or software version incorrect) Flashing Trouble found during self-...
  • Page 133: Connector Pin-Outs On The Sliu

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup The 8SLIU consumes 8 ports ranging between ports 001-256. The CN2 and CN3 connectors each provide connection to 4 analog station ports. The CNx connectors are not polarity sensitive. Blade Maximum’s 19” Chassis 19”...
  • Page 134: Analog Station (4/8Slidb) Daughter Board (Figure 2-24 - Figure 2-25)

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup 2.5.4 Analog Station (4/8SLIDB) Daughter Board (Figure 2-24 - Figure 2-25) - P/N 0911042 and 0911046 The 4SLIDB and 8SLIDB daughter boards provide: 4 (4SLIDB) or 8 (8SLIDB) analog extension ports (used for on-premise analog telephones, fax ●...
  • Page 135 Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup Pin Number Location Daughter Board I/F Common (for SLIDB) Control RJ61 Circuit Connector Daughter Board I/F (for 4/8SLIU) CN2(4SLIU) SLT Line Interface #1-#4 BUSY LED (Status for Extensions) ON: Extension(s) in Use OFF: Idle LIVE LED (Status LED) CN2(4SLIDB)
  • Page 136 Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup Figure 2-25: PLACING A 8SLIDB ONTO AN 8SLIU BLADE 2 - 50 Chapter 2...
  • Page 137: Connector Pin-Outs On The Slidb

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup 2.5.4.1 Connector Pin-Outs on the SLIDB RJ61 Cable Connector - 4/8SLIDB - CN2 (ports 9-12) 8SLIDB - CN2 (ports 9-12), CN3 (ports 13-16) Pin No. Connection Tip for port 4 Tip for port 3 Tip for port 2 Ring for port 1 12345678...
  • Page 138: Digital/Slt Combination Blade (082U) (Figure 2-26) - P/N 0911058

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup 2.5.5 Digital/SLT Combination Blade (082U) (Figure 2-26) - P/N 0911058 The Digital/SLT Combination blade provides 8 digital ports and 2 analog ports. This blade allows for either a 4COIU analog trunk daughter board or 2BRI daughter board to be installed. The blade provides: 8 digital ports ●...
  • Page 139: Led Indications

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup 2.5.5.1 LED Indications LED Indication Operation Status Operation Status Live LED Busy LED (green) (red) Blade initializing Flashing Blade assignment refused (system (1 second) capacity exceeded or software version incorrect) Flashing Trouble found during self- (1 second) diagnostics routine.
  • Page 140 Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup Spacers hole X4 Daughter Board I/F (For COIDB, 2BRIDB) (For COIDB, 2BRIDB) CN101 Key Telephone Interface #1- #4 CN102 Key Telephone Interface CNDB #5- #8 CN201 Single Line Telephone Interface #1- #2 BUSY LED (Status for terminals) ON: Extension(s) in Use...
  • Page 141: Miscellaneous Blades

    2.6.1.1 Multimedia Conference Server When used with the UX5000 Multimedia Conference Server application CompactFlash, it allows up to 8 parties to take part in a conference call. The blade uses 16 system ports when installed. The participants dial a pre-assigned phone number at the determined time, optionally enter a password, and are prompted to speak their name which will be announced to the other conference participants.
  • Page 142 Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup ● EMail Invitation: When a conference is created with all the details (including the EMail IDs of the participants of the conference), an EMail is sent to all the parties who are expected to attend the conference. The EMail contains the schedule details, the conference server number that participants dial to join the conference, the conference pass key, etc.
  • Page 143: Nat Traversal

    NAT Traversal When used with the UX5000 NAT Traversal application CompactFlash, the UX5000 provides users the flexibility to install and activate UX5000 IP terminals or UX Softphones. One PVAU blade with the PVAU NAT application provides connections for 32 remote devices.
  • Page 144: Indicators, Switches And Connectors

    ● Reserved for future use. RESET Switch SW3 ● This switch allows the technician to reset the PVAU blade without having to remove and insert it again in the UX5000 chassis. 2.6.1.1.2 Connectors Ethernet Connector ● The PVAU has a single 10/100 MPS Ethernet connector. The port has Auto-MDIX (Auto-Medium Dependent Interface Crossover) giving users the ability use either a straight-through Ethernet cable or a crossover Ethernet cable.
  • Page 145: Router 4-Port (Rtu) Blade (Figure 2-28) - P/N 0911062

    ROUTER BLADE This blade is an in-skin router for the UX5000. Using an RJ45, a connection can be made directly to a PC. This blade combines multiple voice and data features into an in-skin converged networking route. The Router blade includes a single T1 WAN interface and an integrated 4-port managed Ethernet switch with VLAN support.
  • Page 146 The VOIPDB daughter board, which is required in order for IP terminals to communicate with non-VoIP UX5000 phones, as well as to place or receive outside calls, must be connected to either a switching hub or to the Router blade.
  • Page 147: Gigabit Ethernet Poe Switch (Gswu) (Figure 2-28) - P/N 0911066

    IP address, thereby signifying them as “add-on” blades. A single UX5000 system can have up to 12 GSWU blades per system. However, only 3 GSWU blades can be grouped together to form a single 20-port switch. When more than 3 GSWU blades are present within a system, the blades not grouped together will not have any of the software feature of the stacked blades.
  • Page 148: Installing The Gigabit Ethernet Switch Blade

    The VOIPDB daughter board, which is required in order for IP terminals to communicate with non-VoIP UX5000 terminals, as well as to place or receive outside calls, must be connected to either a switching hub or to the Router blade.
  • Page 149: Trunk Blades

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup ECTION Trunk Blades 2.7.1 Analog Trunk (4COIU) Blade (Figure 2-30) - P/N 0911072 The 4COIU is used to provide 4 ports for loop/ground start trunks. The blade can accept a 4COIDB to provide an additional 4 ports (refer to 2.7.2 Analog Trunk (4COIDB) Daughter Board (Figure 2-31) - P/N 0911074 on page 2-66).
  • Page 150: Led Indications

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup The 4COIU consumes 4 trunk ports ranging between ports 001-200. The CN2 connector provides connection to 4 analog trunk ports. The ground start ports are polarity sensitive (tip to tip, ring to ring) - the loop start trunks are not.
  • Page 151: Connector Pin-Outs On Coiu Blade

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup 2.7.1.2 Connector Pin-Outs on COIU Blade RJ61 Cable Connector - CN2, Trunks The CN2 connector is polarity sensitive (tip to tip, ring to ring) for ground start trunks. Pin No. Connection Circuit 4 - Tip Circuit 3 - Tip Circuit 2 - Tip Circuit 1 - Ring...
  • Page 152: Analog Trunk (4Coidb) Daughter Board (Figure 2-31) - P/N 0911074

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup 2.7.2 Analog Trunk (4COIDB) Daughter Board (Figure 2-31) - P/N 0911074 The 4COIDB is used to provide 4 additional ports for loop/ground start trunks. The blade is connected to a 4COIU blade to provide a total of 8 ports for the combined blade (refer to 2.7.1 Analog Trunk (4COIU) Blade (Figure 2-30) - P/N 0911072 on page 2-63).
  • Page 153 Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup Trunk I/F Circuit #2 Trunk I/F Circuit #1 Trunk I/F Circuit #3 Daughter Board I/F Trunk I/F Circuit #4 (for COIU/082U) CN2(COIU) Analog Trunk From Central Office for Interface Circuit. #1-#4 SLT I/F for Power Failure Transfer #1-#2...
  • Page 154: Connector Pin-Outs On Coidb

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup 2.7.2.1 Connector Pin-Outs on COIDB RJ61 Cable Connector - CN2, Trunks - Connecting to COIU Blade The CN2 connector is polarity sensitive (tip to tip, ring to ring) for ground start trunks. Pin No. Connection Circuit 8 - Tip Circuit 7 - Tip...
  • Page 155: Direct Inward Dial (Did) (4Diopu) Blade (Figure 2-32) - P/N 0911054

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup 2.7.3 Direct Inward Dial (DID) (4DIOPU) Blade (Figure 2-32) - P/N 0911054 The 4DIOPU blade supports the analog DID and single line telephone interface functions (such as Off-Premise Extension). The function type is assigned in programming for each port. The circuit types, however, should be grouped together.
  • Page 156 Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup Pin Number Location RJ61 Connector m o n Analog DID C o m r o l C o n t Off-premise C i r c u extension for Interactive Circuit. #1 -#4 BUSY LED (Status for Trunk Lines) ON: Trunks in Use...
  • Page 157 Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup 4DIOPU-A1 One pair cable T(+) (1) Analog DID Line R(-) (2) Off-premise extension One pair cable (Non polarity) Figure 2-33: DID / OPX POLARITY The CN2 connector each provides connection to 4 analog DID trunk ports, which are polarity sensitive (tip to tip, ring to ring).
  • Page 158: Connector Pin-Outs On Diopu Blade

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup 2.7.3.2 Connector Pin-Outs on DIOPU Blade RJ61 Cable Connector - CN2 Line No. Pin No. Connection Ring Ring 12345678 Ring Ring 2.7.3.3 Installing the Direct Inward Dial Blade: Install the DIOPU blade into a slot. With normal operation, the status LED will flash fast.
  • Page 159: Tie Line (4Tliu) Blade (Figure 2-34) - P/N 0911056

    “IP3WW” are international versions of the blades. Limitation depends on the connecting Router, Multiplexer or Exchange. If the ● UX5000 is connected directly to another UX5000 directly, there is up to 1,500 ohms loop resistance (including system). 2.7.4.1 LED Indications...
  • Page 160 When a router or multiplexer is connected instead of a trunk, the SG terminal of the router or multiplexer must be connected to the FG grounding terminal on the UX5000 chassis. When a tie line trunk is connected, the FG terminal must be connected to the ground.
  • Page 161: Connector Pin-Outs On 4Tliu Blade

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup 2.7.4.2 Connector Pin-Outs on 4TLIU Blade RJ61 Cable Connector - 2-Wire E&M, CN1A - CN1D Pin No. Connection Description Not Used Control signal to trunk Not Used Voice signal both ways 12345678 Voice signal both ways Not Used Control signal from trunk Not Used...
  • Page 162: Signaling Method For Circuit Types

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup 2.7.4.3 Signaling Method for Circuit Types Figure 2-35: VOICE SIGNAL CONNECTION FOR TYPE I and V 2 - 76 Chapter 2...
  • Page 163: Installing The 4Tliu Blade

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup Figure 2-36: CONTROL SIGNAL CONNECTION 2.7.4.4 Installing the 4TLIU Blade: Install the 4TLIU into a slot. With normal operation, the status LED will flash fast. If trouble was found during the self ● diagnostics routine, the status LED will flash slow.
  • Page 164 All ISDN telephone circuits (#1-2 and #3-4 [with the BRI daughter board]) are supplied DC power from the UX5000 system. When used for S-Bus, a maximum of 8 ISDN terminals can be connected to each circuit.
  • Page 165 Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup Figure 2-38: BRI BLADE - SOLDER SIDE Blade Maximum’s 9.5” 19” Chassis 19” Chassis 19” Chassis System Max. Chassis w/CCPU w/o CCPU w/Networking T-Bus: 25 S-Bus: 64 Chapter 2 2 - 79...
  • Page 166: Setting The Sw1-Sw2 Switches

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup 2.7.5.1 Setting the SW1-SW2 Switches In the following cases, the SW1-SW2 switches (6-8 bits on both SW1 and SW2) should be set to the ON position (default): When the channel is assigned as a T-Bus Point-to-Point. ●...
  • Page 167: Connector Pin-Outs On Briu Blade

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup 2.7.5.3 Connector Pin-Outs on BRIU Blade RJ61 Cable Connector - CN7, CN8 S-Bus Connection Pin No. Connection 12345678 RJ61 Cable Connector - CN7, CN8 T-Bus Connection Pin No. Connection 12345678 2.7.5.4 To install a BRI Interface Blade: Set the SW1 and SW2 jumpers on the BRI blade for either T-Bus or S-Bus.
  • Page 168: Bri (2Bridb) Daughter Board - P/N 0911050

    All ISDN telephone circuits (#1-2 [BRI blade] and #3-4 [with the BRI daughter board]) are supplied DC power from the UX5000 system. In order to block new calls on the blade, system programming (Program 90-05-01, Menu 3) must be used. This program will prevent new calls from being established on the blade, but it will not terminate any existing calls.
  • Page 169: Setting The Sw1-Sw2 Switches

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup ISDN Terminal Interface Busy LED Staus LED Figure 2-40: BRI BLADE AND DAUGHTER BOARD Blade Maximum’s 9.5” 19” Chassis 19” Chassis 19” Chassis System Max. Chassis w/CCPU w/o CCPU w/Networking T-Bus: 25 S-Bus: 64 2.7.6.1 Setting the SW1-SW2 Switches In the following cases, the SW1-SW2 switches (6-8 bits on both SW1 and SW2) should be set to the...
  • Page 170: Connector Pin-Outs On Bridb

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup Switch Switch Name Result Comments Position Normal - S/T point interface (#3) This is not used in the U.S. Use DSU TR ON Termination Resistor Set TR OFF No Termination Resistor Normal - S/T point interface (#4) This is not used in the U.S.
  • Page 171: To Install A Bri Interface Daughter Board

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup 2.7.6.3 To install a BRI Interface Daughter Board: Set the SW1 and SW2 jumpers on the BRI blade for either T-Bus or S-Bus. Set the SW1 and SW2 TR jumpers as either terminated or unterminated. Attach the BRI daughter board to the BRI blade by lining up the CN5 connectors and pressing the boards together.
  • Page 172: T1/Pri (1Priu) Interface Blade (Figure 2-41 - Figure 2-42)

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup 2.7.7 T1/PRI (1PRIU) Interface Blade (Figure 2-41 - Figure 2-42) - P/N 0911052 The T1/PRI blade provides an interface for DS1, T1 and ISDN Primary Rate Interface (PRI) applications. This blade has a single 24-channel 64Kb/s digital signal circuit which can be configured for either T1 trunks or PRI. Each blade connects to the network via an NTI Network Termination.
  • Page 173 Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup Front View Side View PRI Interface Circuit To NT1 Network Termination Common Control Circuit LED2 LED2 Link Status (at Solder side) LED1 LED1 Status LED (at Solder side) Daughter Board I/F (For Future Enhancement) *In case of T-point Connection *In case of S-point Connection Figure 2-41:...
  • Page 174: Led Indications

    In addition to the above LED indications, the LEDs will also indicate alarm information for Layer 1 issues. In normal operating mode, the UX5000 controls the LEDs on each blade. However, if an alarm indication occurs, the T1 blade will control the LEDs for the blade. When a Layer 1 alarm is detected, the T1 blade will flash red-green-red-green followed by another LED indication as...
  • Page 175: Connector Pin-Outs On 1Priu Blade

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup 2.7.7.2 Connector Pin-Outs on 1PRIU Blade RJ45 Cable Connector - CN2 S-Point Connection Pin No. Connection 12345678 RJ45 Cable Connector - CN2 T-Point Connection Pin No. Connection 12345678 Network Interface Pinout Terminal Interface Pinout for the 8-Pin RJ48C for the 8-Pin RJ48C Connector...
  • Page 176: To Install A T1/Pri Interface Blade

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup 2.7.7.3 To install a T1/PRI Interface Blade: In system programming (10-51) select either T1 or PRI. If the blade has already been installed, you may need to remove the blade, undefine the ● slot in Program 90-05, redefine the blade in Program 10-51, then reinstall the blade.
  • Page 177: System Startup

    After approximately 10 seconds, release the SW1 (load) button. ● This performs a cold start on the UX5000 system to make sure you’re starting with a defaulted system. When powering up any other time, simply turn the power button on. With a multiple chassis ●...
  • Page 178 Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK 2 - 92 Chapter 2...
  • Page 179: Blade Startup

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup ECTION BLADE STARTUP 2.9.1 Initial Extension Blade Installation Plug the blades into each chassis slot in numerical order. The order in which the station blades (SLIU, ESIU, 082U) are physically inserted determines the numbering plan. The installer must install extension blades in order (i.e.;...
  • Page 180: Initial Installation Of Trunk Blades

    Programming through a digital or IP keyset PC Programming ● Refer to the Data Communications Manual, P/N 0913203, for complete installation details. ● Web Programming ● Refer to the UX5000 Software Manual (P/N 0913200) for complete details on programming. 2 - 94 Chapter 2...
  • Page 181: Entering The Programming Mode

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup 2.9.3.1 Entering the Programming Mode Enter the system programming mode at extension 301: Press CALL1. (You hear dial tone). Dial # * # *. Dial the system password. Password Level 12345678 2 (IN) 0000 3 (SA) 9999...
  • Page 182: Setting Up Extension Circuit Types

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup Figure 2-43: TELEPHONE KEY LAYOUT 2.9.4 Setting Up Extension Circuit Types Use Program 10-03 to set up extension circuit types as required. The system will automatically detect and assign most circuit types when the device is connected. Refer to the Software Manual for programming information.
  • Page 183: Saving Your Configuration

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup 2.9.5 Saving Your Configuration When you are done programming, you must be out of a program’s options to exit (pressing the MIC key will exit the program’s option). Press the SPK key. Any changes made will be saved to the CCPU. Press the MIC key to completely exit any program options, if needed.
  • Page 184: Copying The System Software Files To A Usb Flash Drive

    Copying the System Software Files to a USB Flash Drive As the UX5000 system uses a USB flash drive/stick for software upgrades, it is possible to receive or download a compressed file from NEC containing the system software. The following information details the steps required to update the system software.
  • Page 185: Upgrading Your Software

    Chapter 2 - Blade Installation and Startup If there are any existing files on the USB flash drive, you must delete or move any files off the blade before proceeding. Open the directory containing the system software files to be used for the system update. Select all the files within the folder and copy them to the USB flash drive.
  • Page 186 2-99) in order to default the port entries. With PCPro, the menu item [Tools] - [Default Un-Initialized System Data] can also be used to default the expanded range for a PCPro database file, which can then be uploaded to the UX5000. 2 - 100 Chapter 2...
  • Page 187: Remote System Upgrade

    UX5000 is reset. Thus the Firmware Update should be executed at a suitable time when the UX5000 is not actively in use. The time you specify should be relative to the time on the main UX5000, not the local time of the PC. 2.9.9.1 Conditions Requires PCPro version 2.51+ and UX5000 version 2.63+.
  • Page 188: Default Setting

    At default, PCPro is set to Update Immediately after the upload. 2.9.9.3 Operation Obtain the firmware package file from NEC. When using a blank USB flash drive (one that does not contain previous system software files), create two directories: FIRMWARE and MUSIC (not case sensitive) on the USB flash drive.
  • Page 189 If you choose "At the time...", select the date and time you want the CCPU to reset and switch over to the new software version. Click Start. PCPro uploads the firmware package file and updates the UX5000 at the time you specified in step 7.
  • Page 190: Resetting The System

    ! IMPORTANT ! While the system is powered up, data may be written to the S-RAM or flash memory at any time. If the UX5000 requires a system reset, you must power off the system using the power switch on the front of the Base chassis.
  • Page 191: Installing Extensions And Trunks

    ECTION Connectors The UX5000 system uses a combination of RJ-61 and RJ-45 connectors for interfacing with the blades. The RJ-61 connectors are used for the telecommunications devices (terminals, trunks, etc.) and the RJ-45 connectors are used for LAN interfacing. Refer to the sections below for pin-out details.
  • Page 192: Connections

    Chapter 3 - Installing Extensions and Trunks ECTION RJ-45 CONNECTIONS 3.2.1 Making RJ-45 Cables For network devices, such as IP phones, RJ-45 cables are used to connect the system to the LAN. Use the following pin information when creating your own RJ-45 cables. Female Male Name...
  • Page 193: To 66 Block Connections

    Chapter 3 - Installing Extensions and Trunks ECTION RJ-61 TO 66 BLOCK CONNECTIONS 3.3.1 Wiring RJ-61 Cables to 66 Blocks When not using a 25-pair amphenol cable to connect extensions or trunks, use the following pin information for the RJ-61 connector to connect your cables to the 66 blocks. 66 Block RJ-61 Connector Block Termination 1: WHT-BLU...
  • Page 194 Chapter 3 - Installing Extensions and Trunks Female Male Male Name Name Pair 4 - White/Brown ( Tip) Pair 3 - White/Green ( Tip) Pair 2 - White/Orange ( Tip) Pair 1 - Blue/White (Ring) Pair 1 - White/Blue ( Tip) Pair 2 - Orange/White (Ring) Pair 3 - Green/White ( Tip) Pair 4 - Brown/White ( Tip)
  • Page 195: Installing Cables

    Chapter 3 - Installing Extensions and Trunks ECTION INSTALLING CABLES 3.4.1 Installing Extension Cross-Connect Blocks It is recommended to install cross-connect blocks for each of the system's major extension port device groups. Cross-connect blocks provide an easy way to troubleshoot, determine port identification numerically, and determine port utilization.
  • Page 196: Installing Extensions

    Chapter 3 - Installing Extensions and Trunks ECTION INSTALLING EXTENSIONS 3.5.1 Extension Cabling Each digital extension requires one-pair twisted station cable from the MDF to the modular jack. A maximum of 24 2-wire extensions can be installed per 50-pin block. Punch down one pair 24 AWG station cable for each key telephone to a cross-connect block.
  • Page 197: Installing Single Line Telephones

    Chapter 3 - Installing Extensions and Trunks ECTION INSTALLING SINGLE LINE TELEPHONES 3.6.1 Single Line Extension Cabling (Figure 3-5) Each single line extension requires one-pair twisted station cable from the MDF to the modular jack. A maximum of 24 2-wire extensions can be installed per 50-pin 66 block. To connect station cabling: Punch down one pair 24 AWG station cable for each single line telephone to a cross-connect block.
  • Page 198: Extension Cutdown Sheet

    Chapter 3 - Installing Extensions and Trunks ECTION EXTENSION CUTDOWN SHEET 3.7.1 Extension Cutdown Sheet Configuration (Figure 3-6 - Figure 3-7) Due to the inherent flexibility of the universal blade slot configuration, standard cutdown sheets for extension cabling do not apply. The order in which the extension blades (8/16ESIU, 8ESIDB, 4/8SLIU, 4/8SLIDB) are installed determines the assigned extension number.
  • Page 199 Chapter 3 - Installing Extensions and Trunks MAIN EXPANSION CONN BLOCK COLOR FUNCTION PCB ID TERM CODE Order Of Install WHT-BLU Slot # BLU-WHT 8ESIU WHT-ORN 16ESIU RJ-61 ORN-WHT Connector #_____ 8 ESIDB WHT GRN GRN-WHT 4SLIU WHT-BRN 8SLIU BRN-WHT 4SLIDB DAUGHTER BRD WHT-SLT SLT-WHT...
  • Page 200 Chapter 3 - Installing Extensions and Trunks MAIN EXPANSION CONN BLOCK COLOR PCB ID FUNCTION TERM CODE Order Of Install WHT-BLU Slot # BLU-WHT 8ESIU WHT-ORN 16ESIU RJ-61 ORN-WHT 8 ESIDB Connector #_____ WHT GRN 4SLIU GRN-WHT WHT-BRN 8SLIU BRN-WHT 4SLIDB DAUGHTER BRD WHT-SLT 8SLIDB DAUGHTER BRD...
  • Page 201: Installing Co/Pbx Lines

    Chapter 3 - Installing Extensions and Trunks ECTION INSTALLING CO/PBX LINES 3.8.1 Ground Start/Loop Start Line Cabling Ground start trunks/loop start lines must be bridged from the telco RJ21X to a line cross-connect block (A). Each ground/loop start CO/PBX line requires one-pair cross-connect cable from the RJ21X to the line (A) block.
  • Page 202 Chapter 3 - Installing Extensions and Trunks One-Pair Telco Line Xconnect RJ21X "A1" Block Loop Start Ground Trunk 8 Loop Tie Line Start Lines 4 DID Trunks used 8 Ground Start Trunks Bridging Clips To RJ-61 25-Pair To Central Cable Connector Office 2-Pair...
  • Page 203: Installing Bri Trunks

    Chapter 3 - Installing Extensions and Trunks ECTION INSTALLING BRI TRUNKS 3.9.1 BRI Trunks (Figure 3-9) BRI trunks must be bridged from the telco RJ21X to a line cross-connect (A) block. Each BRI Trunk requires one-pair cross-connect from the RJ21X to the line (A) block. The A block connects to the BRI blade with a 25-pair cable and an RJ-61 jack.
  • Page 204 Chapter 3 - Installing Extensions and Trunks NT1 Termination Termination Termination Line Telco Mod Jack To Telco BRI Line T-Bus connection Cross- Connect Station Block Block S-Bus connection RJ61 BRI Blade Jack (ISDN Terminal) RJ61 Jack (ISDN Terminal) Figure 3-9: BRI Interface T-Bus Point-to-Point 3 - 14 Chapter 3...
  • Page 205: Installing Did Trunks

    Chapter 3 - Installing Extensions and Trunks 3-10 ECTION INSTALLING DID TRUNKS 3.10.1 DID Trunks (Figure 3-10) Direct Inward Dialing trunks must be bridged from the telco RJ21X to a line cross-connect (A) block. Each DID Trunk requires one-pair cross-connect from the RJ21X to the line (A) block. The A block connects to the DID blade and an RJ-61 jack.
  • Page 206 Chapter 3 - Installing Extensions and Trunks Punch down one pair cross-connect to the tip and ring leads for each DID trunk on the CPE (customer) side of the RJ21X. Punch down the other end of the cross-connect to the line (A) block tip and ring leads. Punch down a 25-pair cable to the opposite side of the line (A) block.
  • Page 207: Installing A Did Choke

    If your central office has a high level of AC noise or if your site is experiencing excessive hum on the DID lines, a customer-provided isolation transformer can be installed between the UX5000 and telco blocks to help to suppress the hum.
  • Page 208 Chapter 3 - Installing Extensions and Trunks Remove the bridging clips on the (A) block and telco block for the DID lines. From the telco block, solder the Tip lead to the “3” connector on the choke. From the telco block, take the Ring lead and solder it to the “1” connector on the choke. From the (A) block, take the Tip 1 lead and solder it to the “4”...
  • Page 209: Installing Tie Lines

    Not Used Make sure the UX5000 is programmed correctly for 2-wire (Program 10-03-02) and the type is selected (Program 10-03-03) for Type I or V. Punch down a 25-pair cable to the opposite side of the line (A) block.
  • Page 210 Not Used Make sure the UX5000 is programmed correctly for 4-wire (Program 10-03-02) and the type is selected (Program 10-03-03) for Type I or V. Punch down a 25-pair cable to the opposite side of the line (A) block.
  • Page 211: Line/Trunk Cutdown Sheet

    Chapter 3 - Installing Extensions and Trunks 3-13 ECTION LINE/TRUNK CUTDOWN SHEET 3.13.1 CO/PBX Line Cutdown Sheet Configuration (Figure 3-12, Figure 3-13) Due to the flexibility of the system’s universal blade slot configuration, standard cutdown sheets for CO/PBX line cabling do not apply. ✎...
  • Page 212 Chapter 3 - Installing Extensions and Trunks MAIN EXPANSION CONN BLOCK COLOR FUNCTION TERM CODE Order Of Install Slot # WHT-BLU BLU-WHT 4COIU WHT-ORN RJ-61 ORN-WHT 4COIDB Connector _____ WHT GRN 4TLIU GRN-WHT 4DIOPU WHT-BRN 2BRIU BRN-WHT WHT-SLT 2BRIDB SLT-WHT 1PRIU RED-BLU 32VOIPDB...
  • Page 213 Chapter 3 - Installing Extensions and Trunks Figure 3-13: SAMPLE LINE CUTDOWN SHEET Chapter 3 3 - 23...
  • Page 214: Troubleshooting

    Check system Connect another programming for the terminal to the extension. Refer to same port on the the UX5000 Software ESIU. Does it work? Manual if necessary. Connect the terminal directly to The terminal may The ESIU blade may the connector on the ESIU.
  • Page 215: Troubleshooting Analog Extensions

    Refer to the connector on port on the SLIU/ the UX5000 Software the SLIU/SLIDB. SLIDB. Does it work? Manual if necessary. Does it work? The telephone may The SLIU/SLIDB blade Stop need repair.
  • Page 216: Troubleshooting Co Lines

    (enter 4) for the blade. flashing green? Screen the problem (whether problem Can a call be placed exists in UX5000 or on the CO line? with central office). Connect a test terminal to the Contact the CO to Stop CO line side.
  • Page 217: Troubleshooting Isdn Lines

    Check system programming Insert another BRIU blade for the extension. Refer to the into the same slot in the UX5000 Software Manual if CCPU. Does it work? necessary. Is it possible to make a call? The main equipment...
  • Page 218: Identifying Port Location

    UX5000. To obtain a System Report containing blade information, a USB flash drive must be connected to the UX5000’s USB port on the CCPU or an Aspire CTA or CTU adapter must be used. Running program 90-13-03 in MAINTENANCE PROGRAMS prints a system blade report. Refer to Program 90-13-03 : System Information Output in the Software Manual.
  • Page 219: Terminals And Optional Equipment

    Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment ECTION Terminal and Optional Equipment Overview 4.1.1 Overview The following charts provide a quick overview of the upgrade options available with the UX5000 terminals. Terminal Upgrades Category Equipment Comment DG-32e (DESI-Less terminal) Digital...
  • Page 220 Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment Option Compatibility Terminals: Options Digital IP-CTS Enhanced Value Enhanced Value Retrofit Lower Panel Key ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ Module 12 Line Key Kit NA (Built in) ✔ ✔ 16-Button DLS ✔ ✔ ✔...
  • Page 221: 2Pgdad Module

    Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment ECTION 2PGDAD MODULE 4.2.1 Using a 2PGDAD Module (Figure 4-1 - Figure 4-8) - P/N 0891027 The 2PGDAD module provides two circuits which allow connection to external terminals such as: Door Box (8 maximum per system) ●...
  • Page 222: Setting Up 2Pgdad Module Connections

    Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment 4.2.3 Setting Up 2PGDAD Module Connections If the 2PGDAD Module is to be wall mounted, it is recommended that all the cable connections be made ● first. In order for the module to ID correctly after setting the jumpers, if the port to be used was previously ●...
  • Page 223 Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment 3. Set the S3 - S6 jumpers to the proper settings for the function to be used. Function LED Indication Open Open Door Box On when in use. Open Short External Paging Speaker On when in use.
  • Page 224 Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment 5. Insert the cable into the proper CN4 or CN5 location while holding down the lock button (holding down this lock button is easiest with a flat-head screwdriver). Once the cable is in place, release the lock button.
  • Page 225 Cordless II, Cordless Lite II, or 2PGDAD module, a technician may connect a line cord directly from an extension port on the UX5000 ESIU blade. Though this is not the recommended connection, it can be used to test these devices.
  • Page 226 15. Refer to the specific function within this section for which the 2PGDAD module is being used (ACI, Paging, MOH) for additional information. Also, be sure to program the device as described in the UX5000 Feature Manual (P/N 0913201). 4 - 8...
  • Page 227: Background Music

    Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment ECTION BACKGROUND MUSIC 4.3.1 Installing Background Music (Figure 4-9) Background Music (BGM) sends music from a customer-provided music source to speakers in keysets. If an extension user activates it, BGM plays whenever the user’s extension is idle. 1.
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  • Page 229: Dial Pad / Retrofit Lower Panel Key Module Replacement

    4.4.1 Dial Pads/Retrofit Lower Panel Key Modules With the UX5000 digital keysets (Enhanced terminals only) or IP terminals (IP-CTS or Enhanced terminals only), replacement dial pads and/or retrofit lower panel key modules are available which can enhance the operations of the terminal for a specific use (such as Hotel/Motel, ACD, retirement facility).
  • Page 230 Dial Pad Type Push LED Indication Japanese Line 1 LED on Red Model A Terminal Line 2 LED on Red Model B UX5000 Terminal Line 1 and 2 LED on Red Call Center Line 1 LED on Green Hotel-1 Line 2 LED on...
  • Page 231: Programming The Ip Terminal For The Dial Pad And Line Key Kit

    Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment 4.4.4 Programming the IP Terminal for the Dial Pad and Line Key Kit 1. Enter the terminal’s program mode by pressing HOLD CONF * #. 2. At the log-in screen, enter the user name (default: ADMIN) and password (default: 6633222) and press the OK Soft Key.
  • Page 232: Retrofit Lower Panel Key Module Installation (Figure 4-10 - Figure 4-13)

    Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment 4.4.5 Retrofit Lower Panel Key Module Installation (Figure 4-10 - Figure 4-13) Figure 4-10: RETROFIT LOWER PANEL KEY MODULE 1. Remove any cables from the terminal (line cord, LAN cable, AC power). 2. Remove the right side panel from the terminal. A slot is provided on the bottom of the terminal located towards the top.
  • Page 233 Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment 5. Insert the tabs of the new lower panel key module located at the top of the module into the notches on the terminal. Figure 4-12: INSTALL NEW LOWER PANEL 6. Push the lower portion of the module down until it clicks into position. Figure 4-13: PRESS RETROFIT LOWER PANEL INTO PLACE 7.
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  • Page 235: Door Box

    Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment ECTION DOOR BOX 4.5.1 Installing a Door Box (Figure 4-14 - Figure 4-15) - P/N 922450 A 2PGDAD Module is required for this feature. The Door Box is a self-contained, water-resistant, Intercom unit typically used to monitor an entrance door. A visitor at the door can press the Door Box call button (like a door bell).
  • Page 236 Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment 11. To connect a Door Box to an external relay for an unlock device, for example, connect one-pair 24 AWG station cable from the Relay 5 (for Door Box 1) or Relay 6 (for Door Box 2) connectors (CN5) in the 2PGDAD module.
  • Page 237 Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment Rear view To Door Chime Box 1 Cross- Connect to 66M1- To Door 50 Block Unlock Device to PGDAD Adaptor Misc Block Holes for mounting screws Screw Figure 4-15: INSTALLING A DOOR BOX Chapter 4 4 - 19...
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  • Page 239: Dss Console

    IP-CTS Enhanced Value Enhanced Value ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ For specifications, refer to Section 6-1 UX5000 SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS on page 6-1. For additional information, refer to Direct Station Selection (DSS) Console in the Software Manual. Chapter 4 4 - 21...
  • Page 240: Installing A 60-Button Dss Console To A Digital Keyset

    Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment 4.6.2 Installing a 60-Button DSS Console to a Digital Keyset 1. Install a modular jack for each 60-Button DSS Console. The modular jack should be within six feet of the terminal. 2. For each 60-Button DSS Console, run one-pair 24 AWG station cable from the cross-connect block to a modular jack.
  • Page 241: Installing A 60-Button Dss Console To An Ip Terminal

    Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment 4.6.3 Installing a 60-Button DSS Console to an IP Terminal 1. The console should be physically attached to the keyset. First, remove any cabling to the terminal, then remove the right side panel from the keyset (or 16-Button DLS, if installed).
  • Page 242: To Program A Dss Console

    Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment 4.6.1 To program a DSS Console . . . With the default settings, there are no DSS Consoles assigned. 1. 10-03-01 : Blade Setup The system automatically assigns the terminal type (10) for the port which has a DSS console installed. When installing a DSS, the system must auto-detect the console in order for the LEDS to function correctly.
  • Page 243: External Paging

    Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment ECTION EXTERNAL PAGING 4.7.1 External Page (Figure 4-16) Two external page zone/door box circuits are provided by each 2PGDAD installed. Each Door Box/external page circuit provides a dry relay contact. The CCPU also provides a connection for external paging and a relay.
  • Page 244 Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment 8. Follow the feature programming as described in the UX5000 Feature Manual (P/N 0913201). External Page CN2 or CN3 Page Control External Relay To 8/16 ESIU Blade AC 117V Relay 8 Relay 7...
  • Page 245: External Paging And Door Box/Page Relays

    Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment ECTION EXTERNAL PAGING AND DOOR BOX/PAGE RELAYS 4.8.1 External Page Relays Four external dry contact relays are available when a 2PGDAD is installed which can be used to activate ancillary devices (i.e. door unlock devices). The CCPU also provides 1 relay. The CCPU relay is set in Program10-21-05When the relay on the 2PGDAD is used, there is no need to assign the relay to the Door Box - simply connect the relay as detailed in the steps below for the Door Box used.
  • Page 246 Connect the two-conductor station cable from the CN5 connectors within the 2PGDAD module to the external relay. Follow the feature programming as described in the UX5000 Feature Manual (P/N 0913201). The relay closes when the Door Box/external page zone is called. The maximum applied voltage is 24vDC at .5A for each contact.
  • Page 247: External Recording System / External Ringer

    8. The opposite end of this cable is connected to the external recording system or external ringer either directly or by connecting to the cross-connect block where the item is connected. 9. Follow the ACI feature programming as described in the UX5000 Feature Manual (P/N 0913201). Chapter 4...
  • Page 248: Programming

    Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment External Ringer External Recording System CN2 or CN3 To ESIU PCB PGDAD Module Figure 4-18: 2PGDAD CABLE CONNECTION 4.9.3 Programming 10-03-01 : Blade Setup - Terminal Type (Circuit 1) ● 10-03-06 : Blade Setup - Terminal Type (Circuit 2) Confirm that the 2PGDAD has defined the circuit types as either type “7”...
  • Page 249 Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment 33-01-01 : ACI Port Type Setup ● Set each ACI software port (1-96) for input (1) or input/output (2). Use input ports for Music on Hold sources. Use output ports for External Paging/ringer control. 33-02-01 : ACI Department Calling Group ●...
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  • Page 251: Full Duplex Setting

    Full-duplex mode for conversations allows both parties to talk and be heard simultaneously. All of the UX5000 IP terminals are full-duplex and this cannot be changed. The UX5000 digital keysets are full-duplex by default - except the 6-Button or 2-Button terminals which are half-duplex). If required, this setting can be changed on the digital terminals to half-duplex mode.
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  • Page 253: Handsets

    4.11.1 Replacement Handsets for Terminals Two optional handsets are available for the UX5000 terminals - Push-to-Talk and Push-to-Mute. Holding the button down while on a call will either mute (with a Push-to-Mute handset) or allow audio to pass through to the caller (with a Push-to-Talk handset).
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  • Page 255: Headsets

    Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment 4-12 ECTION HEADSETS 4.12.1 Connecting a Headset (Figure 4-20) A keyset user can utilize a customer-provided headset in place of the handset. Like using Handsfree, using the headset frees up the user’s hands for other work. However, Headset Operation provides privacy not available from handsfree.
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  • Page 257: Line Key Replacement

    - P/N 0910106 (WH) and 0910104 (BK) With the UX5000 digital keysets or IP terminals, replacement line keys are available which can add to the number of line keys available for a terminal. The following installation instructions can be used for Value 2- Button or 6-Button, Enhanced 12-Button or 24-Button, or DESI-less (8LKD = Digital DESI-less, 8LKI = IP DESI-less) terminals.
  • Page 258: Programming The Ip Terminal For The Dial Pad And Line Key Kit

    Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment 4.13.4 Programming the IP Terminal for the Dial Pad and Line Key Kit 1. Enter the terminal’s program mode by pressing HOLD CONF * #. 2. At the log-in screen, enter the user name (default: ADMIN) and password (default: 6633222) and press the OK Soft Key.
  • Page 259: Music Sources

    Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment 4-14 ECTION MUSIC SOURCES 4.14.1 Music on Hold The system can provide Music on Hold from either an internally synthesized source on the CCPU or from an external source. The external MOH can be a tuner, tape deck, CD player, etc. The settings in Program 10- 04-01 and 14-08-01 determine whether the source for MOH is internal or external (refer to the Software Manual for further details).
  • Page 260 Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment 9. Follow the feature programming as described in the UX5000 Feature Manual (P/N 0913201). Music CCPU PCB Input Music Music Source Relays Cross Connect Block Figure 4-21: CCPU CONNECTIONS RCA Plug Music Source...
  • Page 261: Terminal Adapters

    The UX5000 digital keysets and IP terminals provide 3 types of optional interfaces/adapters: handset units, adapters for the bottom of the terminals, and line key kits. Each UX5000 terminal may have multiple optional adapters installed, depending on the type of terminal and the adapter used. These adapters provide the terminal different capabilities, depending on the adapters installed.
  • Page 262: 16-Button Dls (Figure 4-23) - P/N 0910100 (Wh) And 0910098 (Bk)

    The 60-Button DSS Console is installed to the right of the 16-Button DLS. Option Compatibility IP Terminal Digital Keyset IP-CTS Enhanced Value Enhanced Value ✔ ✔ ✔ For specifications, refer to Section 6-1 UX5000 SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS on page 6-1. Figure 4-23: 16-BUTTON DLS 4 - 44 Chapter 4...
  • Page 263: Installing The 16-Button Dls

    Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment 4.15.2.1 Installing the 16-Button DLS: Unplug any cables from the keyset (line cord, LAN cable, power adapter). Remove the side panel from the right-hand side of the terminal. Hook a finger on the hollow indent on the back of the terminal (near the top) and gently pull off the panel.
  • Page 264 Enhanced Value Enhanced Value ✔ ✔ ✔ UX5000 SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS For specifications, refer to (page 6-1). When recording handsfree (half-duplex) mode using the built-in ● speakerphone, the record warning tone may not be audible to the far- end party. The transmit recording level is lower than the receiving voice level for ●...
  • Page 265: Installing The Ada Adapter

    Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment 4.15.3.1 Installing the ADA Adapter: Set the dip switch for recording: Position 1 and 6 ON, all others OFF. ADA Dip Switches Default Bit 1 Confirmation tone when recording starts. On: Enable Tone Off: Disable Tone Bit 2, Output audio on “OUT”...
  • Page 266 Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment Install the adapter on the bottom of the terminal Figure 4-25: INSTALL THE ADA ADAPTER Return the terminal to an upright position and reconnect all the cables. Connect the stereo mini-jack wire between the ADA and the cassette recorder or audio input. When recording using the LINE IN jack on a cassette recorder, disp switch 5 needs to ●...
  • Page 267 (P/N 680610). The APR Adapter does not support reverse-polarity, message waiting lamping, or Caller ID. Option Compatibility IP Terminal Digital Keyset IP-CTS Enhanced Value Enhanced Value ✔ UX5000 SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS For specifications, refer to (page 6-1). Chapter 4 4 - 49...
  • Page 268: Installing The Apr Adapter

    APR Dip Switches Bit 1 Retro mode - Set to On when a UX5000 keyset with an APR adapter is used on an Aspire telephone system (then set bits 2-4). Set to Off for a UX5000 keyset with an APR adapter is used on a UX5000 system.
  • Page 269 (12) for the keyset’s channel which has the APR Adapter installed. For UX5000 or Aspire terminals, when you wish to have the APR use the same extension number as the keyset to which it is attached (like an APA), remove the terminal type in this option.
  • Page 270 Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment 4.15.5 Bluetooth Cordless Handset (BCH) Interface - P/N 0910092 This optional interface provides the keyset user the option to use Bluetooth technology to provide a cordless handset. Bluetooth headset connectivity is also supported. This handset/cradle combination provides: Keyset-like Handset ●...
  • Page 271: Operation

    The handset’s display contrast is adjusted using the volume up/down keys on the handset. Use the volume up/down keys on the terminal for the terminal’s display. Music on Hold: Music is provided by the UX5000 system for keysets or from the IP terminal.
  • Page 272: Bluetooth Hub (Bha) - P/N 0910086

    Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment 4.15.6 Bluetooth Hub (BHA) - P/N 0910086 The Bluetooth Hub is used in conjunction with Bluetooth-compatible headsets. With this hub using a Bluetooth headset, you can answer and receive phone calls through your terminal. In addition, this hub supports the use of a Bluetooth-compatible headset.
  • Page 273: Operation

    Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment UX5000 SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS For specifications, refer to (page 6-1). The Bluetooth Cordless Handset will not work on Aspire keysets. ● A terminal with the Bluetooth Hub installed cannot use the Group ● Listen feature,- however, two-way speakerphone is still available.
  • Page 274: Gba Adapters (Gba-L*) - P/N 690630 (Figure 4-30 - Figure 4-32)

    (Figure 4-30 - Figure 4-32) - P/N 690630 The GBA Adapter is a hub which provides the UX5000 IP terminals with a gigabit ethernet connection. The adapter, which is installed on the bottom of the terminal, provides a 10/100Mbps connection to the IP terminal and a gigabit connection to a PC.
  • Page 275 Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment ACT at the Data At LINK Connection LINK / ACT Display Green Blinking Green UX5000 SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS For specifications, refer to (page 6-1). Figure 4-30: FRONT VIEW OF GIGABIT ADAPTER Chapter 4 4 - 57...
  • Page 276 Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment Figure 4-31: GIGABIT ADAPTER LAYOUT 4 - 58 Chapter 4...
  • Page 277: Installing The Gba Adapter

    Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment 4.15.7.2 Installing the GBA Adapter: Disconnect any cables to the IP terminal and turn the terminal upside down. Lower the legs of the terminal and remove the leg bracket by pressing the tabs on the leg bracket.
  • Page 278 Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment 4.15.8 PSA-R Adapter (Figure 4-33 - Figure 4-36 - P/N 0910090 (WH) and 0910088 (BK) Using the PSA Adapter provides power failure capability for the IP (Enhanced or IP-CTS) and digital Enhanced keysets. This allows a user to make or receive an outside call using the central office if a keyset is unable to make or receive a call due to a power failure.
  • Page 279: Installing The Psa-R Adapter

    Value Enhanced Value ✔ ✔ ✔ UX5000 SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS For specifications, refer to (page 6-1). 4.15.8.1 Installing the PSA-R Adapter: Unplug any cables to the keyset (line cord, LAN cable, AC power). Unplug the handset coil cord from the bottom of the terminal and remove the handset.
  • Page 280 Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment Press the handset cradle release tab towards the cradle. Figure 4-34: ATTACHING THE PSA Slide the handset cradle away from the terminal and remove the connecting cable from the terminal unit connector. Plug in the cradle connecting cable of the PSA-R handset into the terminal unit connector. Insert the tab on the PSA-R into the slot on the terminal base.
  • Page 281 Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment Slide the handset cradle in and down until it clicks into place and set the cradle connecting cable into the groove. Figure 4-36: ATTACHING THE PSA CABLES Insert the modular plug on the handset’s coil cord into the handset connect on the back of the terminal.
  • Page 282: Using The Psa-R Adapter

    Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment 4.15.8.2 Using the PSA-R Adapter: With an analog line connected, the PSA-R adapter will automatically switch to the analog line connection when power is lost. Placing Calls: When the PSTN line has been activated either manually by the switch or due to a power failure, use the dial pad buttons (0-9, *, #) to place an outside call.
  • Page 283: Power Failure Terminals

    Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment 4-16 ECTION POWER FAILURE TERMINALS 4.16.1 Power Failure (Figure 4-37) The system allows connection for basic telephone service during a power failure. The power failure operation occurs during a commercial power failure, and is not affected by blade failure. Power Failure Transfer is provided by connecting to the COIU blade.
  • Page 284: Installing The Power Failure Terminals

    Installing the Power Failure Terminals: Connect an RJ-61 connector to the CN3 power failure port on the COIU blade installed in the UX5000 system. Install a modular jack for each single line terminal supporting PF operation (2 per COIU). The modular jack should be within six feet of the terminal.
  • Page 285: Slt Adapter

    Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment 4-17 ECTION SLT ADAPTER 4.17.1 Using the SLT Adapter (Figure 4-38 - Figure 4-40) - P/N 0891026 The SLT Adapter converts a digital port from an ESIU blade into an analog port which can be used for connecting on-premise 2500 type single line devices (i.e., terminals, fax machines, modems, etc.).
  • Page 286: Installing The Slt Adapter

    Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment 4.17.2 Installing the SLT Adapter 1. Punch down one pair 24 AWG station cable for each SLT Adapter to a cross-connect block. To ESIU Port Analog Single Line Telephone Figure 4-38: INSTALLING THE SLT ADAPTER 2.
  • Page 287: Wall-Mounting The Slt Adapter

    Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment 4.17.3 Wall-Mounting the SLT Adapter 1. Unplug the two line cords from the SLT Adapter. 2. Remove the two screws from the front of the SLT Adapter. 3. Lift the cover off the adapter. Figure 4-39: REMOVING THE COVER 4.
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  • Page 289: Terminals

    Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment 4-18 ECTION Terminals Optional interfaces for features such as PSA Built-In Cradle, Bluetooth Cordless Handset (BCH), Bluetooth ✎ Hub (BHA), ADA, and 16 Line Key Modules, can be attached to most terminals. 4.18.1 IP-CTS This is available as an IP terminal (P/N 0910080).
  • Page 290: Programming The Ip-Cts Or Enhanced Terminals For The Lock Feature

    ● If required, initialize the lock/protection password of a UX5000 IP terminal. In addition to the above UX5000 programming, the password must be defined for the user within the specific terminal setup. With an IP-CTS terminal, you can touch the option on the screen in the steps below instead of pressing the ✎...
  • Page 291: Feature Activated

    3. To clear the Lock feature, press any key. The screen request the password entry. Dial the 4-digit password for the terminal and press the OK Soft Key. The terminal returns to an idle condition. If required, the UX5000 administrator can reset ●...
  • Page 292: Enhanced: Desi-Less

    Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment 4.18.5 Enhanced: DESI-Less This terminal is available as an IP terminal (P/N 0910078 (WH) and 0910076 (BK)) or as a digital keyset (P/ N 0910058 (WH) and 0910056 (BK)). Figure 4-42: DESI-Less Terminal The DESI-Less Enhanced terminal features: Full-Dot Gray Scale Backlit Double LCD ●...
  • Page 293: Programming The Terminal's Display Contrast

    Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment ✍ At a glance (some features require optional equipment) Digital Enhanced DESI-Less ( ) Terminal ( some features require optional equipment) - P/N 0910058, 0910056 Function Keys: ✔ Digital DESI-Less Line APR Adapter ✔...
  • Page 294: Programming The Ip-Cts Or Enhanced Terminals For The Lock Feature

    ● If required, initialize the lock/protection password of a UX5000 IP terminal. In addition to the above UX5000 programming, the password must be defined for the user within the specific terminal setup. With an IP-CTS terminal, you can touch the option on the screen in the steps below instead of pressing the ✎...
  • Page 295: Using The Lock Feature On Ip-Cts Or Enhanced Terminals

    3. To clear the Lock feature, press any key. The screen request the password entry. Dial the 4-digit password for the terminal and press the OK Soft Key. The terminal returns to an idle condition. If required, the UX5000 administrator can reset ●...
  • Page 296: Enhanced: 12-Button Display, 24-Button Display

    Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment 4.18.9 Enhanced: 12-Button Display, 24-Button Display These terminals are available as IP terminals or as digital keysets. IP Terminal Part Numbers: 12-Button: 0910066 (WH), 0910064 (BK) 24-Button: 0910070 (WH), 0910068 (BK) Digital Keyset Part Numbers: 12-Button: 0910046 (WH), 0910044 (BK) 24-Button: 0910050 (WH), 0910048 (BK) Figure 4-43: Enhanced Terminal...
  • Page 297 Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment The IP terminal also supports the following features: Directory ● Gigabit Ethernet Capable - IP Gigabit Ddapter required ● (all other components in network must also support connection speed) Lock Button ● XML Application ●...
  • Page 298: Programming The Ip-Cts Or Enhanced Terminals For The Lock Feature

    ● If required, initialize the lock/protection password of a UX5000 IP terminal. In addition to the previous UX5000 programming, the password must be defined for the user within the specific terminal setup. With an IP-CTS terminal, you can touch the option on the screen in the steps below instead of pressing the ✎...
  • Page 299: Using The Lock Feature On Ip-Cts Or Enhanced Terminals

    3. To clear the Lock feature, press any key. The screen request the password entry. Dial the 4-digit password for the terminal and press the OK Soft Key. The terminal returns to an idle condition. If required, the UX5000 administrator can reset ●...
  • Page 300: Value: 6-Button Display, 2-Button W/O Lcd

    Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment 4.18.13 Value: 6-Button Display, 2-Button w/o LCD These terminals are available as IP phones or as digital keysets. IP Terminal Part Numbers: 2-Button: 0910060 (BK) 6-Button: 0910062 (BK)) Digital Keyset Part Numbers: 2-Button: 0910040 (BK) 6-Button: 0910042 (BK) Figure 4-44: 6-Button and 2-Button Value Terminals These Value terminals feature:...
  • Page 301 Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment ✍ At a glance (some features require optional equipment) Digital Value ( ) Terminal - P/N 0910040 (2-button), 0910042 (6-button) (some features require optional equipment) Function Keys: Digital DESI-Less Line Key/ ADA Adapter: ✔...
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  • Page 303: Terminal Labeling

    The UX5000 terminals can be easily labeled by removing the clear plastic faceplate on the terminal. These labels can be printed by hand, typewriter, or by using the UX5000 Labelmaker program. Labels for this are on 8 1/2 x 11” paper, which allows for easy printing by any printer - dot matrix, laser, etc.
  • Page 304: Replacing The Faceplate

    Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment 4.19.1.2 Replacing the Faceplate: Place the top edge of the faceplate into the small notches on the terminal. Note: The tabs of the top of the faceplate be installed first, then must the bottom tabs can be inserted. If the order is reversed, damage can occur which could cause the plastic faceplate to push against buttons preventing correct operation.
  • Page 305: Terminal Legs

    Using the Terminal Legs The UX5000 terminals provide two legs for angling the terminal to best suit each user (this is in addition to the display positioning provided by display terminals). The legs can be set for four different heights.
  • Page 306: Removing/Attaching The Legs

    Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment 4.20.3 Removing/Attaching the Legs When necessary, you may need to remove the terminal legs. The process is the same whether it’s for a full leg stand (as with the terminals) or a single leg (as with the 16-Button DLS). 1.
  • Page 307: Wall-Mount Bracket

    4.21.1 Using the Wall-Mount Bracket Each UX5000 terminal/console provides the ability to wall-mount the equipment using a standard wall-mount plate. This allows the terminal to be mounted to a wall at a convenient location. Terminals with an ADA or APR adapter installed must use a wall-mount adapter (P/N 680610).
  • Page 308 Chapter 4 - Terminals and Optional Equipment 5. For terminals, remove the hookswitch hanger by sliding it up. 6. Flip the hookswitch hanger over so the tab is positioned at the top. Slide the hook back into the terminal. Figure 4-52: REMOVING THE HOOKSWITCH HANGER Figure 4-53: INSTALLING THE HOOKSWITCH HANGER 4 - 90 Chapter 4...
  • Page 309: Lan Connection

    Using a LAN setup (local area network) with the UX5000 system complies with the ethernet standard (10Base- T/100Base-TX). To connect a telephone to a LAN connection, the system allows the use of a UX5000 digital IP keyset or an H.323 IP digital telephone.
  • Page 310: Subnet Mask

    DHCP as there is no need to assign and program individual IP Addresses for the LAN equipment. To use a dynamic IP Address, a DHCP server must be provided. The UX5000 system provides the ability to use DHCP.
  • Page 311: Gatekeeper

    VoIP keysets which talk to non-IP keysets. VoIP keyset-to-VoIP keyset can talk without a media gateway and without using any DSP resources using the Peer-to-Peer feature. Refer to the VoIP feature in the UX5000 Software Manual for more detail on the Peer-to-Peer feature. Terminals ●...
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  • Page 313: Specifications And Parts List

    Chapter 6 - Specifications and Parts List Chapter 6 - Specifications and Parts List ECTION UX5000 SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS UX5000 System Capacities 19” 19” Networked 9.5” 19” Chassis Chassis System Notes Chassis Chassis Maximum Trunk Ports Full license required - Analog...
  • Page 314 Chapter 6 - Specifications and Parts List UX5000 System Capacities 19” 19” Networked 9.5” 19” Chassis Chassis System Notes Chassis Chassis Maximum TDM Timeslots/ Channels VoIP Channels: - With sRTP 96 Channels - Without sRTP 128 Channels Voice Mail Ports 16 Ports V.34bis (33.6 kbps)
  • Page 315 Chapter 6 - Specifications and Parts List UX5000 System Capacities 19” 19” 9.5” 19” Networked Chassis Chassis Notes Chassis Chassis x4 Chassis w/CCPU w/o CCPU SLT Adapter Limited by load factor 2PGDAD Modules Limited by load factor Max. Channels: 96 ACI...
  • Page 316 Chapter 6 - Specifications and Parts List UX5000 Blade Capacities 19” 19” 19” System Max. 9.5” Chassis Chassis Chassis Max. w/ Trunks/Ext/ Chassis w/CCPU w/o CCPU Networking Channels Chassis: 9.5” Chassis-B1 - Base CygniLink: Chassis with power supply (3 slots)
  • Page 317 Chapter 6 - Specifications and Parts List UX5000 Blade Capacities 19” 19” 19” System Max. 9.5” Chassis Chassis Chassis Max. w/ Trunks/Ext/ Chassis w/CCPU w/o CCPU Networking Channels VMDB-B1 (installs on CCPU) CygniLink: Channels: AspireNet: (1 per site) MEMDB-A1 (installs on...
  • Page 318 Chapter 6 - Specifications and Parts List UX5000 Blade Capacities 19” 19” 19” System Max. 9.5” Chassis Chassis Chassis Max. w/ Trunks/Ext/ Chassis w/CCPU w/o CCPU Networking Channels 2BRIU-A1 2 Two-Channel T-Bus T-Bus BRI Circuits (TRK): 25 Trunks: 50 S-Bus...
  • Page 319 Chapter 6 - Specifications and Parts List UX5000 Blade Capacities 19” 19” 19” System Max. 9.5” Chassis Chassis Chassis Max. w/ Trunks/Ext/ Chassis w/CCPU w/o CCPU Networking Channels 6SHUBU 6 Switch Hub with 1440 (6x240 (6x240 sites) sites) RTU-B1 Router...
  • Page 320 C (-4 - 140 Humidity: 20-90% RH Door Box Temperature: -20 C - 60 C (-4 - 140 Humidity: 20-80% (non-condensing) UX5000 Power Supply Operating: Temperature: 0 C - +40 C (32 - 104 Humidity: 20-90% RH Storage: Temperature: -40...
  • Page 321 Chapter 6 - Specifications and Parts List UX5000 Electrical Specifications Power Supply AC Power Supply Dedicated 15 Amp circuit Power Requirements: 120 VAC @ 15A Controlling/Base Chassis Power Consumption: Rate Load 1: 3.3 @ 8A, 5V @ 1.5A, -48V @ 0A, -28V @ 3.43A, -24V @ 0A, -27.3V @ 0.2A...
  • Page 322 Chapter 6 - Specifications and Parts List Mechanical Specifications Equipment Width Depth Height Weight UX5000 9.5 Chassis - Base 4.5” • 14.35” (365mm) 8.5” 5 lbs 13 oz with no short- term (Measurements provided are with (114mm) (215.9mm) (2.63 kg) fully battery back-up vertical positioning of chassis.)
  • Page 323 Chapter 6 - Specifications and Parts List Mechanical Specifications Equipment Width Depth Height Weight Enhanced IP Terminal: IP-12e (12-Button Display) 7.05” 10.16” (258mm) 4.41” (112mm) 2 lb 3 oz (179mm) (1 kg) IP-24e (24-Button Display) 7.05” 10.16” (258mm) 4.41” (112mm) 2 lb 3 oz (179mm) (1 kg)
  • Page 324 Chapter 6 - Specifications and Parts List IP-CTS Terminal 5.7” TFT QVGA 16-bit Color with Backlit Touch Panel 2 Size Display - Double height characters can be displayed Maximum screen size is 28 characters (double byte character 14 characters) x 4 rows Terminal information is locked by the Lock button.
  • Page 325 Chapter 6 - Specifications and Parts List IP-CTS Terminal Item Explanation Call Protocol NEC Enhanced SIP / KTS Enhanced SIP RTP (Audio) CODEC Narrow Band - 3.4kHz Audio Bandwidth G.711, G.711 Appendix II, G.729a, G.729aB Wide Band - 7kHz Audio Bandwidth Telephony Function G.722 - 64kbps...
  • Page 326 Chapter 6 - Specifications and Parts List IP-CTS Terminal Browser XML Browser Standard Application (only LCD terminal) Downloadable Ringer : Yes Music on Hold: WAV file stored in IP terminal - 3 to Ringer/MOH Tone 5 files can be stored (8kHz WAV File - 32 seconds max / 16kHz WAV File - 16 seconds max) Presence Supported...
  • Page 327 Chapter 6 - Specifications and Parts List Enhanced IP Terminals ADA (Recording Adapter) Bottom - 1 slot PSA (PSTN Adapter for Analog) Handset - 1 slot Option 16-Button DLS Module Side - 2 slots 60-Button DSS Console DESI-Less Line Key/LCD Unit for IP 12 Line Key (12LK) Kit Module Ten Key Dial Pad Kit...
  • Page 328 Chapter 6 - Specifications and Parts List Enhanced IP Terminals Item Explanation Call Protocol NEC Enhanced SIP / KTS Enhanced SIP RTP (Audio) CODEC Narrow Band - 3.4kHz Audio Bandwidth G.711, G.711 Appendix II, G.729a, G.729aB Wide Band - 7kHz Audio Bandwidth Telephony Function G.722 - 64kbps...
  • Page 329 Chapter 6 - Specifications and Parts List Enhanced IP Terminals Protection of Protection for Terminal information Security Personal Password Protection Information Remote Lock Browser XML Browser Standard Application (only LCD terminal) Downloadable Ringer : Yes Music on Hold: WAV file stored in IP terminal - 3 to Ringer/MOH Tone 5 files can be stored (8kHz WAV File - 32 seconds max / 16kHz WAV File - 16 seconds max)
  • Page 330 Built-In Wall Mount RoHS Compliant Value IP Terminals Item Explanation Call Protocol NEC Enhanced SIP / KTS Enhanced SIP RTP (Audio) CODEC Narrow Band - 3.4kHz Audio Bandwidth G.711, G.711 Appendix II, G.729a, G.729aB Telephony Function Improved Voice Acoustic Echo Canceller...
  • Page 331 SupPorts SIP-ALG Remote VPN Client (IPsec) Connection Security Authentication (Call control, XML browser, etc.) Encryption (Call control, RTP, etc.) Management Trouble information notification (NEC proprietary) Function Configuration IP Phone Manager (Windows based) Maintenance Handset Programming Function Firmware Update Manual and Automatic Update...
  • Page 332 Chapter 6 - Specifications and Parts List Enhanced Digital Terminals DS-32e Call Control Area (DESI-Less) 168x55 Dot Matrix Black & White LCD with Backlit 28 characters x 4 rows (6x12 Font) : Alphanumeric 14 characters x 4 rows (12x12 Font) : Japanese Kanji Line Key Area 12 Characters and Icon: Alphanumeric 5 Characters and Icon: Japanese Kanji...
  • Page 333 Chapter 6 - Specifications and Parts List Value Digital Terminals with LCD 24 characters x 3 row LCD without Backlit Non-Display None with LCD 6-Button with Red & Green LEDs Line Key Non-Display 2-Button with Red & Green LEDs Ten keys (0-9, *, #), Cursor and Function Keys Fixed Function Keys (changeable for vertical markets) with LCD...
  • Page 334 Chapter 6 - Specifications and Parts List 082U Combination Blade Analog Ports: Constant Current System (20mA / -28Vdc) Resistance: 600 Ohm (loop) For Polarity Reversing, Number Display, and Message Waiting: -110VDC Ringer Signal: 16Hz/20Hz/25Hz, 55Vrms 2PGDAD Module/NTCPU Input/Output Audio/Music Input Input Impedance: 47 KOhm @ 1KHz External Amplifier Input:...
  • Page 335 Chapter 6 - Specifications and Parts List 12LK Kit - Line Key Expansion Module Kit Provide 12 Additional Line Keys Purpose DG-12e or IP-12e (Enhanced 12-Button Displays) Target Terminal Line Key Area Install Location 12 Keys Number of Keys Red and Green LED Color Not Required AC Adapter...
  • Page 336 Recording started/stopped by off-hook or VOR Control for Recording (synchronized with voice level) of the recording machine. When the terminal is idle, no recording is done. RoHS Compliant Can connect to UX5000 terminal on an Aspire system. Retrofit 6 - 24 Chapter 6...
  • Page 337 Max. 15m (49 feet) - Less than loop resistance 5.4 ohm Distance (APR-SLT) Less than 26mA (no branch connection) Supply Current to Analog Line RoHS Compliant Can connect to UX5000 terminal on an Aspire system. Retrofit Batteries Short-Term External Battery Box (P/N 670511): 12 volts, 0.8Ah Large External Battery Box (P/N 670512): 12 volts, 7.0Ah...
  • Page 338 Chapter 6 - Specifications and Parts List BGM/MOH Music Source Input Input Impedance: 47KOhm / 1Khz Input Level: Nominal 250 mV (-10 dBm) Maximum Input: 1V RMS Inputs for MOH and BGM are located on the CCPU blade. The 2PGDAD also provides MOH inputs.
  • Page 339 Chapter 6 - Specifications and Parts List BCH - Bluetooth Cordless Handset with Hub Provide Cordless Handset Terminal Using Common Purpose Bluetooth Technology Black and White LCD 120x82 Dot Matrix Grayscale LCD with Backlit 20 digit x 2 line (5x12 dot / font): Alphanumeric Cordless Handset Display 10 digit x 2 line (12x12 dot/font): Japanese Kanji Remaining 2 lines for displaying icons...
  • Page 340 Chapter 6 - Specifications and Parts List DESI-Less LK/LCD Unit for IP Terminal Provide Additional LCD Line Keys Purpose Enhanced IP Terminals Target Terminal 2 LCD Displays - One for Call Control, One for Line Keys 224*96 Dot Matrix Gray Scale LCD with Backlit 28*6 (8* 16 Font) or 34*8 (6* 12 Font) Line: Alphanumeric 14*6 (16* 16 Font) or 18*8 (12* 12 Font) Line: Japanese Kanji Line Key Area...
  • Page 341 Chapter 6 - Specifications and Parts List DSS Console - 60-Button Direct Station Selection Provide Additional Function Keys Purpose IP Terminal: Right of Terminal ( connected to the side Install Slot option slot using a special cable Digital Terminal: Direct Connection to System 60 Keys with LEDS Number of Keys Multiple Page Support (2 pages) for Keys 1-54...
  • Page 342 Chapter 6 - Specifications and Parts List GBA - Gigabit Ethernet Adapter 1000Base-T (IEEE802.3ab) / 100Base-TX (IEEE802.3u) / 10Base-T (IEEE802.3i) Auto Negotiation, RJ45 Connection 1000Base-T (IEEE802.3ab) / 100Base-TX (IEEE802.3u) / Interface 10Base-T (IEEE802.3i) Auto Negotiation, RJ45 Connection IP Terminal 100Base-T (IEEE802.3u) / 10Base-T (IEEE802.3i) Auto Negotiation, RJ45 Connection IP-CTS, IP Enhanced Terminals Target Terminal...
  • Page 343 Chapter 6 - Specifications and Parts List PSA - PSTN Adapter for Analog Telephone Provide Functionality In Case of Power Failure or Down Network Purpose Capability for PSTN & PBX Connection in Remote Office IP-CTS and Enhanced IP Terminals Target Peripheral Enhanced Digital Terminals Handset Slot (left of terminal - handset cradle needs to be Install Slot...
  • Page 344 Chapter 6 - Specifications and Parts List UL Listed System A label will be affixed to the product with the letters UL inside a circle which is the symbol used by UL to indicate that a product is UL Listed. If you see a small “c” outside the symbol, then the product also meets the requirements for Canada.
  • Page 345 Chapter 6 - Specifications and Parts List FCC Registration Information Responsible Party: NEC Infrontia, Inc. Manufacturer: NEC Infrontia Thai Ltd. FCC Part 15 Registration: Class A Model: UX5000 (Cygnifire) FCC Registration Number: 9.5” Plastic Chassis: (Refer to the label on the Controlling/Base KF: US: NIFKF07BCYGNFIRE chassis for the FCC Registration Number.
  • Page 346 Switched Telephone Network except when: (1) a call is unanswered; (2) a busy tone is received; (3) a reorder tone is received. When ordering DID Service, provide the telco with the following information: UX5000 FCC Registration Number: 9.5” Plastic Chassis: KF: US: NIFKF07BCYGNFIRE...
  • Page 347 Chapter 6 - Specifications and Parts List UX5000 Cable Requirements Device Cable Type Cable Run Length (ft) Notes Key Terminal, DSS CAT5 2-wire 26 AWG • 1312 Console: 2-wire 24 AWG • 1968 (no AC adapter or options) • 3937...
  • Page 348 Limitation depends on the 2-wire 24 AWG 20,997 connecting Router, 2-wire 22 AWG 34,777 Multiplexer or Exchange. If the UX5000 is connected to another UX5000 directly, up to 1,500 ohms loop resistance (including system). 2/4BRIU to ISDN CAT5 4-wire 24 AWG...
  • Page 349 Chapter 6 - Specifications and Parts List ECTION PARTS LIST Common Equipment Description Part Number 0910000 9.5” Controlling/Base Chassis - 3 blade chassis (IP3NA-3KSU-B1) 0910002 9.5” Expansion Chassis - 3 blade expansion chassis (IP3WW-3KSU-E1) 0910004 19” Chassis - 6 blade 2U Chassis (IP3NA-6KSU-A1) 808920 Installation Cable, 25-Pair (MDF [unterminated] to Blade [6 8-conductor mod plugs]) 0910006...
  • Page 350: Trunk Interfaces

    Chapter 6 - Specifications and Parts List Blades Description Part Number Common CPU Main Processor (IP3NA-CCPU-A1) 0911001 Expansion Interface for Controlling Chassis (IP3WW-EXIFU-B1) 0911020 Expansion Interface for Additional Chassis-Bs (IP3WW-EXIFU-E1) 0911022 Voice Mail/VRS Daughter Board w/Modem on CCPU - 16 Ports (IP3WW-16VMDB-B1) 0911026 Memory Expansion Board on CCPU (IP3WW-MEMDB-A1) 0911060...
  • Page 351 Chapter 6 - Specifications and Parts List Station Equipment Description Part Number Value Digital 2-Button (DG-2v) Terminal w/o LCD (BK) (IP3NA-2TH TEL(BK)) 0910040 Value Digital 6-Button (DG-6v) Terminal w/ LCD (BK) (IP3NA-6TXH TEL(BK)) 0910042 Enhanced Digital 12-Button (DG-12e) Terminal w/ LCD (BK) (IP3NA-12TXH TEL(BK)) 0910044 Enhanced Digital 12-Button (DG-12e) Terminal w/ LCD (WH) (IP3NA-12TXH TEL(WH)) 0910046...
  • Page 352 NEC Cordless II - Cordless II Leather Case 730626 NEC Cordless II - Replacement Battery 730622 NEC Cordless Lite II Telephone (Uses 1 digital station port) 730087 NEC Cordless Lite II - Replacement Battery 730631 NEC Cordless Lite II - Wall Mount Unit for Charger...
  • Page 353 Chapter 6 - Specifications and Parts List Station Equipment Description Part Number G955 SIP DECT Enhanced Handset G955 Desktop Charger 750106 G955 Handset Mem Card 750619 G955 SIP DECT Handset Belt Clip (10 pcs) 750626 G955 Handset AC Adapter 750617 G955 Handset Bluetooth Module 750618 750625...
  • Page 354 Chapter 6 - Specifications and Parts List Corded Headsets Description Part Number Plantronics Polaris Headsets: Polaris SupraPlus/NC-M (monaural with noise canceling transmitter) 750643 Polaris SupraPlus/NC-B (binaural with noise canceling transmitter) 750645 Polaris SupraPlus/VT-M (monaural with voice tube transmitter) 750644 Polaris Encore/VT-M (monaural with voice tube transmitter) 750634 Polaris Encore/NC-B (binaural with noise canceling transmitter) 750635...
  • Page 355 Door Box 92245 In-Line Power Adapter (ILPA) for IP Terminals 780122 AC Adapter (AC-2R) 780135 Braille Dial Designation Sticker (for all UX5000 Terminals 0912034 Wall-Mount (Terminal) for Use With Adapters 680610 Wall-Mount (60-Button DSS) for Use with Adapters 9012043 Voice Security Recorder (VSR) with USB Cable and Software...
  • Page 356 Compact Flash Media for IVR Application (AU IVR APP CF) 0910527 Desktop Application CD for User Desktop (AU DESKTOP PC APP CD) consists of: - UX5000 Desktop Suite (Softphone, PC Assistant, PC Attendant) - Interactive UG - End-User Programming - UX5000 inDepth...
  • Page 357 Chapter 6 - Specifications and Parts List DESI Labels Description Part Number Dark Grey (Gunmetal) 0910710 DESI Sheet for 2-Button IP/Digital Value Terminal (3 parts/sheet) (DESI IP3NA-2T (25 PKG)) 0910711 DESI Sheet for 6-Button Digital Value Terminal (3 parts/sheet) (DESI IP3NA-6T (25 PKG)) 0910719 DESI Sheet for 6-Button IP Value Terminal (3 parts/sheet) (DESI IP3NA-6T (25 PKG)) 0910712...
  • Page 358 Chapter 6 - Specifications and Parts List DESI Labels Description Part Number Blank 0910740 DESI Sheet for 2-Button IP/Digital Value Terminal (3 parts/sheet) (DESI IP3NA-2T (25 PKG)) 0910741 DESI Sheet for 6-Button Digital Value Terminal (3 parts/sheet) (DESI IP3NA-6T (25 PKG)) 0910749 DESI Sheet for 6-Button IP Value Terminal (3 parts/sheet) (DESI IP3NA-6T (25 PKG)) 0910742...
  • Page 359 Chapter 6 - Specifications and Parts List Spare Parts Description Part Number Chassis: 670529 AC Power Cable (IP3NE- AC Power Cable -US) 0910012 Blank Slot Cover Set for 9.5” or 19” Chassis (IP3WW-BLANK SLOT COVER SET) 670018 Power Supply for 19” 6-Blade Chassis (MPS7101) 670507 Fan Unit for 19”...
  • Page 360 Chapter 6 - Specifications and Parts List Terminals - UX5000 Digital/IP: 690627 Line Cord 7 FT (BK) (LINE CORD-L (BK))) 680751 Legs for All Value Terminals 680752 Legs for All Enhanced Terminals 680753 Legs for IP-CTS Terminals 0912014 Plastic Cover Kit (2 BTN) (IP3WW-LKPANEL 2BTN SET)
  • Page 361 Added GBA ..4-79 to IP Section Option Compatibility ..4-2 ESIU Added Gigabit Ethernet Adapter ..6-29 Added Specification Parts List ..6-38 EXIFU, Added MEMDB Required for Multiple Deleted 16VMDB-A1 ..2-26 Chassis Port/Option Availability Hardware Manual Revisions ◆ i UX5000 Hardware Manual...
  • Page 362 Added BHCA Max..2-96 Telephone Key Layout, Added Ten Key Dial Pad Kit Renamed to Retrofit Lower ..4-2 Panel Key Module Terminal Labeling ..4-86 Added Note on Faceplate Install Steps Terminal, Value ii ◆ Hardware Manual Revisions UX5000 Hardware Manual...
  • Page 363 Index Numerics 082U Combination Blade Background Music, Installing ... 4-9 Specifications ....6-22 Backing Up Your Configuration .
  • Page 364 Capacities UX5000 ....2-8, 6-1, 6-2, 6-4 Pin-Outs ......2-23 CCPU .
  • Page 365 Index Environmental Requirements ..1-2, 6-7 Handsets ......4-35 Environmental Specifications .
  • Page 366 Index Initial Trunk Blade Install ..2-94 Modules Key Telephone ....3-6 Using .
  • Page 367 Requirements, Environmental ... 1-2 Electrical (UX5000) ....6-9 Requirements, Site ....1-2 Environmental .
  • Page 368 UX5000 System Capacities . . 2-8, 6-1, 6-2, 6-4 UX5000 System Specifications ..6-1 VMDB ......2-32 Voice Mail - Expansion Daughter Board (VMDB) .
  • Page 369 Technical Service Current Products 866-597-9762 (For NEC Authorized and Certified Installers Only) ..Current Products After Hours 203-929-7920 (Emergencies Only) ....
  • Page 370 NEC Unified Solutions, Inc. 4 Forest Parkway Shelton, CT 06484 www.necux5000.com (See inside back cover for contact information.) (0913100) Printed in U.S.A. August 18, 2009, Rev 8...