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Getting Started Guide
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This guide explains the installation, configuration and operation of the SL2100 Telephone
System including the Outside (CO) line and telephone connections. This Getting Started Guide
will cover the most frequently used configuration options. Only the SL2100 Main chassis is
included, it does not cover optional items. For more advanced configuration, refer to Hardware
Manual (separate issue) for the details.
GVT-027618-301-00 NA
Issue 1.0

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    System including the Outside (CO) line and telephone connections. This Getting Started Guide will cover the most frequently used configuration options. Only the SL2100 Main chassis is included, it does not cover optional items. For more advanced configuration, refer to Hardware Manual (separate issue) for the details.

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    NEC Corporation reserves the right to change the specifications, functions, or features at any time without notice. NEC Corporation has prepared this document for use by its employees and customers. The information contained herein is the property of NEC Corporation and shall not be reproduced without prior written approval of NEC Corporation.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Wall Mounting the Multiline Terminal ..................42 5.6.1 Digital Multiline Terminal ....................42 5.6.2 IP Multiline Terminal......................43 Section 6 Starting Up the SL2100 system ..................45 Before starting up the system ....................45 Plug the AC power cord......................45 Starting Up the System ......................

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    Section 1 SL2100 Configuration ....................49 1.1 Overview ............................ 49 1.2 Before you Begin ........................49 1.3 How to change the SL2100’s Configuration ................49 Section 2 Entering the Telephone Programming Mode (Tel Pro) ..........50 2.1 How to Enter Programming Mode ................... 50 2.2 Selecting the Programming Number ..................

  • Page 5: Product Liability

    Incorrect use of the equipment may limit the system performance or cause the system to fail. The telephone system can only be used in NEC-designated countries. If a system-down, malfunction, defect or external factor such as an electrical failure indirectly causes a loss of profit, the company (or affiliates) will not be held responsible.

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    It might cause a fire, an electrical shock or a system failure. Be sure to use cables designated by NEC or cables attached to the equipment. If cables are not designated particularly, choose cables with considering safety and transmission performance carefully.

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    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE Do not place any object on the system or the main power source. If the object falls, it might cause personal injury or damage to the equipment. When removing a plug from an outlet, be sure to grip the plug, not the cord. Gripping the cord to remove the plug could cause a fire or an electrical shock to occur.

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    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE Do not touch the printer’s internal components when replacing disposables such as a cartridge or a ribbon. Ensure that the printer is turned off and that it is not hot in order to prevent burns from any accidental contact with the internal components.

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    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE 2.1.3 Windows Keep all of the windows closed if the location is affected by dust, sea breeze or corrosive gas. Curtains or blinds are necessary to avoid direct sunlight. 2.1.4 Fire Extinguisher Place a fire extinguisher for electrical fires (such as a carbon-gas fire extinguisher or a halon-gas fire extinguisher) near the system.

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    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE Disposables and Periodic-replacement Parts Many parts, such as batteries, backup batteries, fuses and displays need to be replaced on a periodic basis. In the event of sudden traffic, a part that is past due for replacement might lead to a system failure and damage to the system.

  • Page 11: Regulatory

    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE Regulatory CERTIFICATION LABELS The product certification labels can be found on the outside surface of the main unit. These labels have important safety and regulatory compliance information. SAFETY INFORMATION This equipment has been certified by Canadian Standards Association (CSA) and found to comply with all applicable safety requirements for North America: •...

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    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE CAUTION Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. For Canada: CAN ICES-3(B)/NMB-3(B) TELEPHONE TERMINAL EQUIPMENT (TTE) This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules and requirements adopted by ACTA (Administrative Council for Terminal Attachments).

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    TOLL RESTRICTION AND LEAST COST ROUTING EQUIPMENT NOTE -- The software contained in the SL2100 to allow user access to the network must be upgraded to recognize newly established network area codes and exchange codes as they are placed into service.

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    Music On Hold feature of this telecommunications system. NEC Corporation of America, hereby disclaims any liability arising out of the failure to obtain such a license.

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    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE CANADA -- TELEPHONE TERMINAL APPARATUS Notice: This equipment meets the applicable Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED) Terminal Equipment Technical Specifications. This is confirmed by the registration number. The abbreviation, IC, before the registration number signifies that registration was performed based on a Declaration of Conformity indicating that ISED technical specifications were met.

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    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE BATTERY DISPOSAL The SL2100 system includes the batteries listed below. When disposing of these batteries, Chassis, and/or Unit, you must comply with applicable regulations relating to your location regarding proper disposal procedures. Unit Name Type of Battery...

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    Do not incinerate batteries. This product uses Lithium batteries. Do not use any other type. For an overview of the location of batteries used in these systems, the battery replacement or removal instructions, please refer to the SL2100 System Hardware Manual.

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  • Page 19: General Information

    CPU/EXIFE slot for Slot-In design chassis. The SL2100 system enable to expand up to three chassis (one Main and two Expansion chassis) by bus connection and provides a maximum of 36 analog trunks and 72 Multiline Terminals also equipped to...

  • Page 20: Chapter 1 Introduction

    Support IP networking, digital networking (PRI, T1/E1) and IP trunks or IP extensions. All equipment is operational when the SL2100 is installed as shown in this guide and it is not necessary to make any changes to the system configuration. (In case for basic features) For example, calls received on exchange lines ring at telephone number 101-108 (extension port No.1-8).

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    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE IP Multiline Terminal also available. This IP entry multiline terminal has DESI-Less LCD with eight programmable keys. The IP multiline terminal is connected to the Ethernet port (10M/100M) and Power Feeding is supported by PoE. The multiline terminal provides adjustable legs for angling the phone to best suit each user.

  • Page 22: Analog Terminals

    You can connect a total of six doorphone boxes and/or sensor devices (user provided) per system. The doorphone boxes or sensor devices are connected to Analog station port on the 082U-B1(SLI-1/2 port) and is set using the Hardware switches. For other options, refer to SL2100 Hardware Manual and SL2100 Features and Specifications Manual.

  • Page 23: System Connection Diagram

    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE 1.7 System Connection Diagram Figure 1-1 shows a system connection diagram.

  • Page 24: Equipment List (not All Items)

    IP7[ ]-CPU-C1 The CPU-C1 board is installed into the CPU/EXIFE Slot in the Controlling Chassis and controls all the functions and operations of the SL2100 system using the system software loaded into the CPU-C1 memory. IP7WW-EXIFB-C1 The EXIFB-C1 board is installed on to the CPU-C1 board.

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    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE IP7[ ]-008U-[ ]1 This 008U-C1 board is installed on the Universal slot in the IP7[ ]-4KSU-C1 chassis and provides a total of eight analog extension ports. Either the analog trunk daughter board (3COIDB) or ISDN PRI/T1/E1 daughter board (1PRIDB) can be mounted on this board.

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    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE IP7WW-24TXH-B1 TEL (BK) The 24TXH-B1 TEL is a 2-wire digital multiline telephone. IP7[ ]-8IPLD-C1 TEL (BK) The 8IPLD-C1 TEL is an IP multiline telephone. IP7WW-60D DSS-B1 CONSOLE The DSS console gives a 2-wire Digital (BK) multiline terminal user a Busy Lamp Field (BLF) and one-button access to extensions, trunks and system features.

  • Page 27: Chapter 2 Installation

    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE Chapter 2 Installation Section 1 Before Installation 1.1 Installation Procedure (Replacing an existing Telephone System) The procedure below outlines the required steps for installing the SL2100. 1. Confirm the 2. Prepare the 3. Are you replacing an existing installation...

  • Page 28: Replacing An Existing Telephone System

    4 Wall Fixing plugs suitable for the type of wall 1.1.3 Replacing an Existing Telephone System If you are replacing your existing telephone system with the SL2100, we recommend that you check the following. Do not disconnect all of the lines or extensions from your existing telephone system. If for any ...

  • Page 29: Section 2 Installation

    Unpack other parts as necessary. Section 2 Installation General Precautions Ensure you take the following precautions when installing the SL2100 system. • To avoid shock or equipment damage, do not plug in or turn the system power on before completing the installation process.

  • Page 30: Environmental Requirements

    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE 2.4 Environmental Requirements Meeting established environmental standards maximizes the life of the system. Make sure that the site is not: • In direct sunlight or in hot, cold or humid places. • In dusty areas or in areas where sulfuric gases are produced.

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    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE !! If installing three chassis in your system, NEC strongly recommend centering the main chassis to accommodate the maximum length of the extension cable. If you do not center the main chassis, the cable may not reach the other chassis.

  • Page 32: Wall Mounting Procedure

    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE 【Horizontal Arrangement】 3.2.1 Wall Mounting Procedure Use the attached template and put on the wall to mark the four screw positions. Install three screws (1-3) into the wall. The screw heads must stand off from the wall...

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    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE • The screw diameter is 4 mm (0.158″) to 4.5 mm (0.177″). • Wall-Mounting Screws (M4.1x 25: 4 pcs) are attached to the Chassis. → Another screw is installed after slide the chassis into the position.

  • Page 34: Connecting Earth Ground

    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE 3.3 Connecting Earth Ground The ETH (Earth Ground Lug) is located near the AC power inlet on each Chassis. In each Chassis, connect the ETH lug to the verified grounding point using a minimum cable size of 14AWG (Φ2.0 mm) wire.

  • Page 35: Section 4 Installing The Cpu Board And Other Option Board

    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE Section 4 Installing the CPU board and other option board Each 4KSU-C1 has four universal slots for the station, trunk and optional boards excluding the CPU/EXIFE slot. 4.1 Mount the CPU board 1) Insert the Lithium Battery (CR2032) into the battery socket.

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    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE The procedure for mounting the expansion interface boards are as followings; Not all boards are hot swappable. Do not remove or install from the chassis when powering 1) Ensure the Chassis are powered off and unplug the AC cord.

  • Page 37: Mounting The Daughter Boards (3coidb/1pridb)

    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE 4.3 Mounting the Daughter boards (3COIDB/1PRIDB) Not all boards are hot swappable. Do not remove or install from the chassis when powering 1) When the expansion interface boards (082U/008U) are inserted to the chassis, loosen two screws and pull out the 082U/008U board.

  • Page 38: Mounting The Voip Daughter Board

    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE 4.4 Mounting the VoIP Daughter board The IP7WW-VOIPDB-C1 daughter board is used to convert the RTP (Real Time Transfer Protocol) packets via the IP Network and PCM highway. The daughter board is installed on the CPU board.

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    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE 4)-1. When both VOIPDB-C1 and EXIFB-C1 boards are mounted on the CPU board, refer to the following installation. 5) Insert the CPU board in the guide rail of chassis and push it securely into position, and...

  • Page 40: Section 5 Connecting Extensions And Trunks

    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE Section 5 Connecting Extensions and Trunks Take the following precautions when running the cables. • Do not run the cable with a power cable, computer cable etc. • Do not run the cable near any high frequency generating equipment.

  • Page 41: Digital Multiline Terminal (ip7ww-12/24txh-b1)

    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE 5.1 2W Digital Multiline Terminal (IP7WW-12/24TXH-B1) 2W Digital Multiline Terminals and/or 2W DSS Consoles can be connected to the 082U-B1 board. The board provides RJ61 modular jack labeled ESI 1-4, 5-8 for extension connections. 1. Insert the modular plugs of the extension line cords (2-wire/4-wire) into the extension modular jacks on the 082U-B1 board.

  • Page 42: Analog Terminal

    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE 5.2 Analog Terminal Analog Terminals can be connected to the 082U-B1/008U-C1 board. The board provides RJ61 modular jack labeled SLI 1-2 (082U-B1)/ HYB/SLI 1-2, 3-4, 5-6, 7-8 (008U-C1) for the extension connections. 1. Insert the modular plugs of the extension line cords (2-wire) into the extension modular jacks on the 082U-B1/008U-C1 board.

  • Page 43: Ip Multiline Terminal (ip7ww-8ipld-c1)

    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE 5.3 IP Multiline Terminal (IP7WW-8IPLD-C1) The IP Multiline Terminal is connected to the VoIPDB-C1 board through PoE HuB. Using LAN cable to connect VoIPDB and IP Multiline Terminal through PoE HuB. CPU-C1 LAN Cable LAN Cable...

  • Page 44: Analog Trunk

    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE 5.4 Analog Trunk The Analog Trunk from Telco line is connected to the 3COIDB-C1 board. The board provides RJ61 modular jack labeled Trunks/COI 1-3 for the trunk connections. 1. Insert the modular plugs of the trunk line cords into the analog trunk modular jacks on the board.

  • Page 45: Multiline Terminal Leg Adjustment

    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE 5.5 Multiline Terminal Leg Adjustment The multiline terminal provides an adjustable leg for angling the phone to fit each user's preference. The leg can be set for two different heights (Low/High). 1. Low Position Setting 1) Turn telephone over (button side down).

  • Page 46: Wall Mounting The Multiline Terminal

    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE 5.6 Wall Mounting the Multiline Terminal 5.6.1 Digital Multiline Terminal 1) Arrange the cables and put down the leg as shown below. 2) Remove the hook-switch hanger and Insert the hook-switch hanger in the slot below the hook switch.

  • Page 47: Ip Multiline Terminal

    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE 5.6.2 IP Multiline Terminal 1) Arrange the cables and put down the leg as shown below. 2) Attach the IP4WW-WALL MOUNT UNIT (Optional) to the bottom panel and arrange the cables as shown below. 3) Remove the hook-switch hanger and Insert the hook-switch hanger in the slot below the hook switch.

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    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE 5) Attach the phone to the wall.

  • Page 49: Section 6 Starting Up The Sl2100 System

    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE Section 6 Starting Up the SL2100 system 6.1 Before starting up the system Before starting up the system, make sure: • Chassis are installed correctly. • All extensions are cabled correctly. • All earth ground and PSTN trunks are cabled correctly.

  • Page 50: Perform A Hot Start

    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE 1) Set the power switch to OFF position. 2) Once the system has powered off, push in and hold the LOAD button on the CPU board. !! If expansion chassis are installed, the power switch in the expansion chassis must be ON.

  • Page 51: Section 7 Test The System

    3) Plug the phone into the SLT connection port at the SL2100 board. If you have used telephone cable and RJ11 sockets to extend the connections, plug the phone directly into the SLT connection port at the SL2100 board using the RJ11 line cord.

  • Page 52: Test The Outside Co Lines

    If you hear an exchange dial tone, the line is working correctly. If you do not hear an exchange dial tone, check the connections from the outside CO line to the SL2100 and ensure both wires are connected to CO1 as shown in 5.4 Analog...

  • Page 53: Chapter 3 Configuring The Sl2100 System

    Within the SL2100 configuration the outside (CO) lines are referred to as trunks and the telephones as extensions. When the SL2100 starts up, as shown in this guide, all the equipment will operate. It is not necessary to make any changes to the system configuration.

  • Page 54: Section 2 Entering The Telephone Programming Mode (tel Pro)

    For the programming details, refer to the SL2100 Programming Manual. 2.2 Selecting the Programming Number Each configuration setting within the SL2100 is identified by a Program Number (e.g., 10-01-01). 1) Ensure the LCD display shows.; If it is not displayed, press the Mute key several times to returns the previous screen.

  • Page 55: Using The System Phone Keys To Make Changes From Programming Mode

    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE 2.4 Using the System Phone Keys to make changes from Programming Mode Keys for Entering Data Use this key... When you want to... 0-9 and * Enter data into a program. Complete the programming step you just made (e.g., pressing Enter on a PC keyboard).

  • Page 56: Time And Date Setting

    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE Scroll Cursor to the left……. ← Scroll Cursor to the right……. → 2.5 Time and Date Setting Use this setting to change the time and/or date displayed, for example, when the time and date on the multiline telephone is not correct.

  • Page 57: Telephone Ringing Assignment

    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE 2.6 Telephone Ringing Assignment Use this feature to change the ringing assignment of SL2100 Terminals. You may want to change this setting if: You want one or more outside (CO) lines to ring at one or more telephones.

  • Page 58: Program 22-04-01

    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE 2.6.3 Program 22-04-01 The telephones are placed into Ring Group(IRG’s). 2.6.3.1 Default Setting Telephone Number 101-108 are the member of IRG number 1. Operation Display Shows; Log into Programming Mode. _________________________ If you have already logged into Programming Mode, skip this operation.

  • Page 59: Assign A Function Key To Each Mode

    SL2100 Programming Mode. Assign keys at the telephone(s) that will change the mode. A phone with an LCD is preferable. This is not done within the SL2100 Configuration Mode. Keys are changed by dialing a service code using telephone itself.

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    PRG20-07-01 Assign Keys at the telephone(s) that change the mode. A phone with an LCD is preferable. • This is not done within the SL2100 Configuration mode. Keys are changed by dialing a Service Code at the telephone. • You will need a separate key for each mode you are using.

  • Page 61: Example Configuration

    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE 2.6.7 Example Configuration This example provides a telephone ring assignment configuration. 2.6.7.1 Circumstances You have three Outside (CO) lines (trunks) connected. Trunks 1 & 2 (CO1/2) needs to ring at extensions 101 and 102 during the day time working.

  • Page 62: Telephone Ring Style

    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE 2.7 Telephone Ring Style This operation allows you to change the telephone ring style of outside and internal calls. 2.7.1 Program 20-15-01 Set the ring pattern for outside calls. 2.7.1.1 Default Setting Outside calls have a single ring pattern of 2 seconds On/ 4 seconds Off.

  • Page 63: Internal Call Ringing Mode

    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE On:0.5 / Off:0.5 On:0.25 / Off:0.25 On:0.5 / Off:0.5 / On:0.5 / Off:1.5 On:0.25 / Off:0.25 / On:0.25 / Off:5.25 On:0.375 / Off:0.25 / On:0.375 / Off:2.0 On:0.25 / Off:0.125 / On:0.25 / Off:0.125 / On:0.25 / Off:2.0 On:1.0 / Off:4.0...

  • Page 64: Program 15-01-01

    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE 2.9.1 Program 15-01-01 Use this program to add or edit an extension name. 2.9.1.1 Default Setting The default setting is not assigned to the extension name for all extensions. Operation Display Shows; Log into Programming Mode.

  • Page 65: Program 14-07-01

    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE 2.10.2 Program 14-07-01 This program allows you give each exchange line the access properties for the TAM number. Each exchange line (CO1, CO2, CO3, and CO4) have full access (property type 7) for TAM number 1. Each telephone can access any of the trunks.

  • Page 66: Caller Id

    You have Analog telephones that are Caller ID compatible. The SL2100 can detect the Caller ID and display it on the LCD display of the SL2100 system phones. It can also be available at a Analog phone that is Caller ID compatible.

  • Page 67: Recall For Analog Telephones

    RECALL key does not work correctly. This is highlighted when you press the RECALL key but the call is not placed on hold. Recall is also referred to as Timed Break Recall (TBR). The SL2100 must be configured with the correct recall timing that matches the analog telephones that you have connected.

  • Page 68: Configuration Sheet: Recall Timing

    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE Change the setting to 200 (this is equivalent to 1000mS) and press 82-04-08 Hold key to confirm the entry and step to the next option. Max. Flash Time ← → When you are done, press Mute key several times to return to Programming Mode.

  • Page 69: Program 16-01-02

    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE 2.13.2 Program 16-01-02 Select how calls ring around the department group. 2.13.2.1 Default Setting Calls ring in priority order within the department group. Operation Display Shows; Log into Programming Mode. _________________________ If you have already logged into Programming Mode, skip this...

  • Page 70: Program 11-07-01

    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE 2.13.5 Program 11-07-01 Give the department group a pilot number. Try to use a number that is easy to remember. For example use: Pilot number 401 for group 1 Pilot number 402 for group 2….etc. 2.13.5.1 Default Setting There are no pilot number assigned.

  • Page 71: Create An Internal Paging Group

    This setting allows you to add the SL2100 system phones into a paging group. You may want to change this setting if you want to make a paging call. The paging will be broadcast out of the loudspeakers of the SL2100 system phones.

  • Page 72: Automatic Side Tone Adjustment For Analog Trunks

    2.15 Automatic Side Tone Adjustment for Analog Trunks This setting must be used on every install of an SL2100 that has Analog trunks. This program will test the Analog trunks and assign the proper system levels so that the lines and system will be evenly matched. During the testing the system will be inoperable and after the test the system must be reset.

  • Page 73: Section 3 Web Programming

    Communication Port LAN, Modem or ISDN By default, the SL2100 is enabled to receive its IP address, Subnet Mask and Default Gateway from the network’s DHCP server. 1. Connect the PC to the Ethernet port on the CPU-C1 using a LAN cable.

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    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE 4. When the WebPro home page displays, click the System Data icon to access the Programming Mode. (e.g., PRG10-01) 5. You can change any value in Time and Date Setup (PRG10-01 for example) from the default.

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    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE 6. For other programming, click the corresponding program number from the PRG menu (left hand side). 7. Click Log-out icon to logout of Web Programming.

  • Page 76: Appendix 1 Wiring Example For 082u-b1 Board

    SL2100 GETTING STARTED GUIDE Appendix 1 Wiring Example for 082U-B1 board This is one of the example if you want to connect the Digital Multiline Terminals and Analog Terminals to the 082U-B1 board, the wiring will be shown as followings;, 1.

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