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  • Page 1

    HiPath 1100 HiPath 1120 HiPath 1130 HiPath 1150 HiPath 1190 Service Manual...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Environmental Certification Chapter 7, “Configuring the System Specifically for the Client” This device is manufactured according to Siemens’s Certified System for Environ- mental Management (ISO 14001). This Chapter 8, “Feature Access Codes” process ensures that energy and raw material consumption, as well as emis- sions produced from industrial waste, are kept to a minimum.

  • Page 3

    2.4 HiPath 1100 System Periphery ........

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    4.1 HiPath 1100 Installation ........

  • Page 5

    6.3.3 HiPath 1100 Applications ........

  • Page 6

    10 Index ............. . 10-1 A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 7

    TFE Interface Overview - S30817-Q936-C282 ....3-51 Figure 3-36 V.24 Adapter Cable Connection System......3-52 A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 8

    E821 ST System Telephone Layout......5-7 A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 9

    External analog modem connection ......6-8 Figure 6-3 HiPath 1100 Manager Configuration - Analog Modem ....6-9 Figure 6-4 CommServer Configuration - Remote Analog Modem .

  • Page 10: Figures

    Figures For internal distribution only A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 0-10 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 11: Tables

    Environmental Conditions ........2-9 Table 2-7 Documentation List for HiPath 1100 ......2-10 Table 3-1 Abbreviations.

  • Page 12: A31003-k1250-s100-12-7619 Hipath 1100, Service Manual

    TME1 coax cable signals ........3-56 Table 4-1 HiPath 1100 - Equipment installation procedures ....4-2 Table 4-2 Slot / Type of module for the HiPath 1130/1150.

  • Page 13: Important Information

    Safety Information 1 Important Information HiPath 1100 Telecommunications Systems are compatible with TN-S and TN-C-S power systems featuring a PEN conductor divided into two parts: a safety ground conductor (PE) and a neutral conductor (N) as defined in IEC 364-3.

  • Page 14

    Safety Information Other symbols that indicate potential hazardous situations Most of these symbols do not appear in this manual but may appear on the equip- ment. Electricity Weight Fire Chemicals ESD* Heat Laser *Electrostatically Sensitive Device A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 15: Safety Information: Danger

    Replace any damaged safety equipment immediately (covers, labels, safety ca- ● bles). Use Siemens-approved cables and modules only. The use of accessories that ● are not recommended for the system may cause it to malfunction. Make sure power is turned off while equipment is being serviced.

  • Page 16: Safety Information: Warning

    This can lead to short-circuiting, which may lead to personal injury. Unless the equipment’s operating instructions specify otherwise, shut-down the ● power when working in close proximity to a power supply or DC converter. Do not try to lift heavy objects by yourself. ● A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 17: Safety Information: Caution

    When working with boards, always place them on a grounded conductive base. ● Use grounded soldering irons with only. ● Layout of the Cables Position cables in a manner to prevent damaging them or causing accidents and in- juring people. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 18: General Information

    Do not store flammable materials in close proximity to the equipment. Hazards at the location of operation Ensure that the location is well lit. ● There is a higher risk of an accident occurring in or near unorganized premises. ● A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 19: What To Do In Case Of An Emergency

    Finally, be ready to provide any additional information needed for rendering emergen- cy services. 1.1.6 Accident Report Promptly report to a supervisor all accidents, near-accidents and potential haz- ● ards. Report all electrical shocks, even minor ones. ● A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 20: Data Protection And Confidentiality

    Guidelines for Siemens Employees Siemens company policy and procedures require secure business practices and em- ployee data confidentiality. The following rules must be strictly followed in order to ensure compliance with job- related statutory requirements (be they company functions or outsourced mainte- nance and management).

  • Page 21: Structure Of This Service Manual

    It makes it easy for technical personnel to find the information needed and learn it quickly. Main sections of this Manual. Chapter 2, “System Data” provides a description of the HiPath 1100 system, ● technical information, and a list of relevant documentation.

  • Page 22

    Important Information For internal distribution only Structure of this Service Manual A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 1-10 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 23: System Data

    For internal distribution only Overview 2 System Data 2.1 Overview This manual describes the HiPath 1100 systems and their characteristics. Read all the chapters in this manual carefully. Only trained technical personnel should handle and service this system. About this Chapter...

  • Page 24: Hipath 1100 Configurations

    HiPath 1100 Configurations 2.3 HiPath 1100 Configurations HiPath 1100 systems are designed to meet the requirements for a wide range of cli- ents and are, therefore, offered in the following configurations: HiPath 1120: Wallmount, standard configuration for 2 external lines, 8 exten- ●...

  • Page 25: Hipath 1100 System Periphery

    System Data For internal distribution only HiPath 1100 System Periphery Figure 2-1 System Overview 2.4 HiPath 1100 System Periphery HiPath 1120 ● System Telephones Service PC Mini DIN-6 Printer V.24 External Analog Lines Analog Extensions Mini DIN-4 Service PC Sensor and Relay...

  • Page 26: Figure 2-4 Hipath 1190 Periphery

    System Data For internal distribution only HiPath 1100 System Periphery HiPath 1130/1150 ● Service PC System Telephones Mini DIN-6 Printer V.24 External Analog Lines Analog Extensions 10 x Service PC Mini DIN-4 External Music Source Music ADSL HUB - 4 PC Ports...

  • Page 27: Limitations To System Expansion

    An ADSL module and a TME1 module cannot be used simultanously on the HiPath 1150/1190. **** When using digital trunks, you can determine the maximum number of analog lines by subtracting the number of lines as- signed to each module from the total line capacity for the systems. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 28: Limitations To System Expansion

    However, for Highway 1 (Slots 1 and 2), when a TME1 module is placed in Slot 1 (totalling 30 ports), Slot 2 must remain free (except for an ASDL module, which can be installed in Slot 2). A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 29: Technical Data

    220V / 127mA 110 - 230V, Full range / 1.5A 127V / 331mA ments (Input) 110V / 381mA Operation Fre- 50/60Hz 50/60Hz quency Rated Voltage U1: 8 V 5.1 V U2: 23 V 26.4 V (Output) A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 30

    Values vary according to the country. The values shown are specifically for Brazil. **〉 Values depend on the country settings, which are configurable. The values shown are default values for Brazil. Values shown are approximate. When making connections, consider the specific level of tolerance that applies. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 31: Technical Standards And Compliance

    2.7.1 International Safety Standard IEC 60950 ● 2.7.2 Environmental Conditions Table 2-6 Environmental Conditions Operation Transportation Storage Air Temperature ( 41 to 104 -13 to +158 23 to 113 Relative Humidity 5% to 85 % 5% to 95% A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 32: Documentation List

    Do not block the natural flow of air around the equipment. ● Do not expose the equipment to the weather. ● 2.8 Documentation List Table 2-7 Documentation List for HiPath 1100 Documentation Order Number User Manual A31003-K1250-B811-*- **19 Programming Manual...

  • Page 33: Modules

    Main Distribution Frame (MDF) 3-47 ● Backplane 3-48 ● TFE Entrance Telephone Interface 3-49 ● V.24 Adapter Cable 3-52 ● USB adapter cable 3-54 ● TME1 Serial Cable 3-55 ● TME1 Coax Cable 3-56 ● A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 34: Abbreviations

    S30817-U0857-A303-* (CND) S30817-U0857-A312-* (SPA) S30817-U0857-A364-* (IND) S30817-U0857-A397-* (RSA) Motherboard (MB) S30817-Q0845-A301-* (IM, SPA and IND) S30817-Q0845-A364-* (IND) S30817-Q0845-A303-* (CND) S30817-Q0845-A397-* (RSA) Expansion Module (MO) S30817-H0844-A301-* (IM and SPA) S30817-H0844-A303-* (CND) EB 204 S30817-H0844-A364-* (IND) S30817-H0844-A397-* (RSA) A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 35

    ADSL connection cable (included with C39195-A9700-B538-1-1K06 (CND) the ADSL Module) Separator (included with the Fax/DID C39165-Z9700-C6 Module) *) Module/Component Version. Note 1: See “Entrance Telephone Interface” on page 3-49 TFE Entrance Telephone Interface S30122-K7696-T313 - with an amplifier A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 36: List Of Modules

    Power Supplies, Cables and Backplanes S30777-H770-B282-* (BRA) Motherboard (MB) HiPath 1130 S30817-Q0848-A220-* (CHN) S30817-Q0848-A301-* (IM) S30817-Q0848-A364-* (IND) S30817-Q0848-A397-* (RSA) Motherboard (MB) HiPath 1150 S30817-Q0848-B220-* (CHN) S30817-Q0848-B301-* (IM) S30817-Q0848-B364-* (IND) S30817-Q0848-B397-* (RSA) Motherboard (MB) HiPath 1190 A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 37: Expansion Modules (eb)

    S30817-H0850-C301-* (IM) S30817-H0850-C364-* (IND) S30817-H0850-C397-* (RSA) S30817-H0850-B220-* (CHN) S30817-H0850-B301-* (IM) EB 400 S30817-H0850-B364-* (IND) S30817-H0850-B397-* (RSA) S30817-H0850-A220-* (CHN) S30817-H0850-A301-* (IM) EB 800 S30817-H0850-A364-* (IND) S30817-H0850-A397-* (RSA) Option Modules (MO) S0 Module S30817-H851-A282-* TME1 Module S30817-H0846-A282-* A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 38: Adsl Module

    S30817-Q852-A282-* HiPath 1150 S30817-Q853-A282-* Note 1: HiPath 1100 For more details on the system’s total capacity see Table 2-1 on page 2-5 “Specific Limitations to System Expansion. ” Note 2: See “Entrance Telephone Interface” on page 3-49 TFE Entrance Telephone Interface S30122-K7696-T313 - with an ●...

  • Page 39

    Modules For internal distribution only List of Modules Warning Before inserting or removing any of the modules on the HiPath 1100, make sure power is turned off A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 40: Motherboard (mb)

    For internal distribution only Motherboard (MB) 3.4 Motherboard (MB) Introduction The MB is the main board for the HiPath 1100 system. The MB provides all functions required for PABX operation. Functions CLIP - external calling number identification (service must be provided by local ●...

  • Page 41: Figure 3-1 Hipath 1120 Motherboard

    Modules For internal distribution only Motherboard (MB) MB Interfaces Figure 3-1 HiPath 1120 Motherboard A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 42

    Outputs/Inputs 8 interfaces for Standard Telephones and 4 for System Telephones ● 2 external analog lines ● Mini DIN-6 connector for V.24 adapter ● Mini DIN-4 connector for USB adapter ● Power supply ● A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 3-10 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 43: Figure 3-2 Hipath 1120 Mb - Cnd

    Modules For internal distribution only Motherboard (MB) MB Interfaces Figure 3-2 HiPath 1120 MB - CND A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 3-11 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 44: Hipath 1130/1150

    8 interfaces for system telephones (C/D) ● Mini DIN-6 connector for V.24 adapter ● Mini DIN-4 connector for USB adapter ● Connections for external music source ● Power supply ● Connection for backplane ● Connection for Fax/DID module ● A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 3-12 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 45: Figure 3-3 Overview Of The Hipath 1130/1150 Mb

    Modules For internal distribution only Motherboard (MB) MB Interfaces Figure 3-3 Overview of the HiPath 1130/1150 MB A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 3-13 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 46: Hipath 1190

    8 interfaces for system telephones (C/D) ● Connection for external music source and GND (0V) ● Mini DIN-6 connector for V.24 adapter ● Mini DIN-4 connector for USB adapter ● Connection for Fax/DID module ● Connection for backplane ● A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 3-14 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 47: Figure 3-4 Overview Of The Hipath 1190 Mb

    Modules For internal distribution only Motherboard (MB) MB Interfaces Figure 3-4 Overview of the HiPath 1190 MB A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 3-15 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 48: Expansion Module (eb)

    (a/b) for standard telephones, analog trunks and addition- al equipment (Fax, TFE interface, and others). Limitations 200 - 2 external analog lines ● 204 - 2 external analog lines and 4 analog extensions. ● A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 3-16 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 49

    Contact X6 Connector X5 Connector Connects to the a1 - external line 1 MB through an b1 - external line 1 interconnect ca- a2 - external line 2 ble (flat cable) b2 - external line 2 A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 3-17 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 50

    - extension 1 a2 - external line 2 ble (flat cable) b2 - extension 2 b2 - external line 2 a3 - extension 3 b3 - extension 3 a4 - extension 4 b4 - extension 4 A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 3-18 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 51

    EB 200 Connector Assignments - CND Contact X4 Connector X6 Connector X5 Connector Connects to MB through Connects to the MB external line 1 a power/connection ca- through an interconnect external line 2 cable (flat cable) A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 3-19 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 52

    2 connection cable interconnect ca- a2 - extension 2 ble (flat cable) b2 - extension 2 a3 - extension 3 b3 - extension 3 a4 - extension 4 b4 - extension 4 A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 3-20 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 53: Hipath1130/1150/1190

    EB 210 Module Overview Figure 3-9 shows the distribution of extensions and external lines associated with the EB 210 module connectors. The distribution associated with the EB 206 and 202 modules is limited by their capacity. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 3-21 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 54

    - extension 6 b10 - extension 10 Note 1: X2 connector used for EB 210, EB 206, and EB 202 X3 connector used for EB 210 and EB 206; X4 connector for EB 210. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 3-22 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 55

    - extension 4 a8 - extension 8 a12 - extension 12 b4 - extension 4 b8 - extension 8 b12 - extension 12 Note 1: X4 connector uses contacts 5 through 8 on the EB 012 only. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 3-23 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 56

    - external line 4 b8 - external line 8 Note 1: Modules EB 800, 400, and 200 do not have circuit breakers for power out- ages. X2 connector used for EB 800, EB 400, and EB 200 A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 3-24 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 57: Option Modules (mo)

    HiPath 1120 Port 1 Port 2 X2 and X3 X4 and X5 Slot 1 and 2 - without RT (Resistive Termination) (factory default) Slot 3 and 2 - with RT (Resistive Termination) A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 3-25 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 58

    X10 and X11 X50 and X51 X90 and X91 X130 and X170 and X131 X171 Slot 1 and 2 - without RT (Resistive Termination) (factory default) Slot 3 and 2 - with RT (Resistive Termination) A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 3-26 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 59: Tme1 Module

    However, the HiPath 1130/1150 systems use 15 channels, while the HiPath 1190 systems use up to 30 channels with the TME1 module allocated to slot 1 and up to 15 channels when it is allocated to slot 11. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 3-27 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 60

    Functions Increases the system’s number of external lines ● Provides Caller ID (CLIP) and Direct Dialing to Extensions (DID) to help reduce ● call loss rate while simplifying access for the user. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 3-28 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 61

    Display TME1 Module Connector Assignments Table 3-20 TME1 Module Connector Assignments X803 Connector X402 Connector X401 Connector Serial interface BNC RX connector BNC TX connector Module-PC connection Module-E1 Trunk connection Module-E1 Trunk connec- tion A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 3-29 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 62

    The connector’s function is to connect a PC or modem to a module using a TME1 serial cable (see “TME1 Serial Cable” on page 3-55). This allows you to program the module using the HiPath 1100 E1 Trunk Manager tool. 1 = DCD...

  • Page 63

    (3) OFF , (4) OFF and (5) ON: 19200 bps tion (3) OFF , (4) ON and (5) OFF: 38400 bps (3) OFF , (4) ON and (5) ON: 57600 bps (default) For future applications A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 3-31 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 64

    Default DSP - BIO Reserved Reserved Battery connection MODCK2 MODCK1 E1 Interface impedance 7-segment Display Readings (H801) Table 3-23 TME1 module display readings Display Reading Meaning Continuous Module is powered. Continuous Starting TME1 module. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 3-32 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 65

    Cycle - Live Clearing Flash memory. Alternating Flash memory cleared. No software in Flash memory. Waiting for Tool to download Continuous software Module is working as a Master and synchronizing TME1 Continuous modules. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 3-33 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 66: Adsl Module

    With this module you can create a small LAN network for home, office or other uses. This module is designed for use on the HiPath 1100 based on ADSL (Asymmetric Dig- ital Subscriber Line) technology. It is possible, therefore, to receive high-speed data and voice (up to 8 Mbit/s) through a single pair on a standard telephone line (POTS).

  • Page 67

    External an- pin connec- alog line output Note: Connect X2 connector slots 3 and 4 to a HiPath 1120 external analog line input using the cable included with the module. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 3-35 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 68

    External analog through a pin line output connector Note: Connect the X2 connector slot 2 to a HiPath 1120 external analog line input us- ing the cable included with the module. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 3-36 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 69

    RJ45 con- RJ45 con- nector nector nector nector External an- alog line output Note: Connect X2 connector slots 3 and 4 to a HiPath1130/1150/1190 external analog line input using the cable included with the module. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 3-37 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 70: Fax/did Module

    Answering modes: Fax, DID or Fax/DID ● Transfer to a second extension ● Alarms ● In the HiPath 1120 this module also enables the operation of the clock. ● HiPath 1120 ● Interfaces Figure 3-23 Fax/DID Module HiPath 1120 A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 3-38 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 71

    X1 Connector Connects to MB through a pin connector HiPath1130/1150/1190 ● Interfaces Figure 3-24 Fax/DID Module HiPath1130/1150/1190 Connector Assignments Table 3-28 HiPath1130/1150/1190 Fax/DID Module Connector X1 Connector Connects to MB through a pin connector A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 3-39 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 72: Cd 16 Module

    D - port 15 C - port 4 C - port 8 C - port 12 C - port 16 D - port 4 D - port 8 D - port 12 D - port 16 A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 3-40 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 73: Music Module

    Music Module Connector Assignments X1 Con- X1 Connector X12 Connector X2 Connector tact 1 and 2 Sensor External music input (MOH) Connection to the MB is through a pin connector 3 and 4 Relay A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 3-41 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 74: Table 3-35 Table

    Connection Values for an External Music Source* ● Internal Resis- 2.4kΩ tance Maximum Input -10 dBm Voltage *〉 This port supports commercial CD players, receivers, MD, etc. (See Figure 4-33, “Protection and Grounding Connection Diagram”, on page 4-43). A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 3-42 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 75: Power Supply Unit (psu)

    RSA: Supply voltage: 220 Vac - 50/60 Hz ● ARG: Supply voltage: 220 Vac - 50/60 Hz ● SPA: Supply voltage: 220 Vac - 50/60 Hz. ● PSU Interfaces 1 ....8 Figure 3-27 HiPath 1120 System PSU Connector A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 3-43 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 76

    42 V 65 V 8 - 9 45 V Free Free Ground Free Free Warning Turn the system power ON or OFF by means of the supply’s power cable or the in- put circuit breaker. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 3-44 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 77: Hipath1130/1150/1190

    If the power supply is not supplying the output voltages shown in Tabela 3-34, open it and check the condition of the fuses. HiPath 1130/1150 PSU Interfaces Figure 3-29 HiPath 1130/1150 PSU connectors HiPath 1190 PSU Interfaces Figure 3-30 PSU connectorsHiPath 1190 A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 3-45 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 78

    26.4 V 26.4 V 26.4 V 26.4 V 26.4 V 26.4 V 50 V + 97 V 50 V + 97 V 42 V + 85.8 V (RSA) 42 V + 85.8 V (RSA) A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 3-46 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 79: Main Distribution Frame

    All connectors required for attaching the cables are provided with the modules and systems. MDF Interfaces Cables are attached by pressure (Dinkle connector) Cables are attached with screws 4-way 8-way Cables are attached using connectors 2-way Figure 3-31 MDF - Connectors A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 3-47 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 80: Backplane

    Two identical backplanes are provided with the systems as shown in Figure A. In some cases you may need to insert a ferrite bead into the backplane. If the module came with a ferrite bead, install it as shown in Figures B and C. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 3-48 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 81: Entrance Telephone Interface

    DC input (PSU) 3.10 Entrance Telephone Interface Introduction The HiPath 1100 allows for the connection of up to four Entrance Telephones/Door Openers on extension slots. The connection is made by means of an interface be- tween the Entrance Telephone and the PABXs.

  • Page 82: Figure 3-34 Tfe Interface Overview - S30817-k930-a300

    Model: S30122-k7696-F313 - TFE ● With amplifier, for installation of the following models Telekom Doorline M202 ● Siedle ● Ritto ● For more information, see the TFE Adapter Installation Manual A31003-E8000-X167- *-19 included with the TFE interface. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 3-50 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 83: Figure 3-35 Tfe Interface Overview - S30817-q936-c282

    Each module of the TFE interface allows only one entrance telephone to be con- ● nected. Each TFE module works as an entrance telephone OR pager interface. To use ● both functions, two modules are required. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 3-51 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 84: Adapter Cable

    A V.24 adapter cable (S30122-x5468-x5-*) is used for connecting to a PC, a modem (for programming the system using the HiPath 1100 Manager software, and for en- abling CTI features) or a printer (for printing call or configuration data). .

  • Page 85: Figure 3-37 Modem And Printer Adapter Connection System

    DSR6 DTR20 9-pin SubD 25-pin SubD connector CASDT printer connector S30122-K5597-X Support for: SIEMENS P500 EPSON LX Series TxD2 RxD3 DSR6 RTS7 DCD8 DTR20 GND5 GND7 Figure 3-37 Modem and printer adapter connection system A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 3-53 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 86: Usb Adapter Cable

    HiPath and the PC. This product draws power from both the HiPath and a PC, and may therefore only be used on HiPath 1100 switches. A USB connection in other types of equipment will not work with this cable. Siemens does not recommend any other means of connecting the HiPath 1100 to the PC.

  • Page 87: Tme1 Serial Cable

    TME1 Serial Cable 3.13 TME1 Serial Cable The TME1 serial cable (C39195-A9700-B532-*) is used for connecting to a PC or mo- dem in order to program the system using the HiPath 1100 E1 Trunk Manager tool. Length: 9.8 feet (3 meters) Modem...

  • Page 88: Tme1 Coax Cable

    The TME1 coax cable (C39195-A9700-B531-*) is used for connecting to the E1 inter- face by means of a NT modem. RX - X402 TX - X401 TME1 coax cable signals Table 3-39 TME1 coax cable signals Signal Receive Data Transmit Data A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 3-56 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 89: Installation

    4.1 HiPath 1100 Installation About this Chapter This chapter contains information on: Setting up HiPath 1100 systems. More information on additional equipment and ● expansions can be found in the “List of Modules” on page 3-2. Configuration (installation of modules).

  • Page 90: Installation Procedures

    14 per system. Ex- ceeding this limit may damage the equipment and present a hazard to the safety of the user. Table 4-1 HiPath 1100 - Equipment installation procedures Step Installation Procedures (Information) “Select the location for installing the equipment”...

  • Page 91

    Installation For internal distribution only Installation Procedures Caution Always use an anti-static wrist band when working with the HiPath 1100 systems (particularly when handling the modules). Make sure the wrist band is grounded. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 92: Select The Location For Installing The Equipment

    When using the RSA version, extension lines with a C/D interface must only be in- stalled indoors. Only regular extensions (without a C/D interface) can be installed outdoors. Note 1: See Section “HiPath 1100 Configurations” on page 2-2 for more information regard- ing system configurations. 4.4 Unpacking System Components...

  • Page 93: Getting To Know Your Systems

    4.5 Getting to Know your Systems 4.5.1 HiPath 1120 Dimensions for the HiPath 1120 Figure 4-1 Size of the HiPath 1120 Opening the Main Distribution Frame Figure 4-2 Opening the HiPath 1120 Main Distribution Frame A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 94: Hipath 1130/1150

    The enclosures of the HiPath 1130/1150 systems are very similar in design. Look for the number indicated on each module before connecting it. Dimensions for the HiPath 1130/1150 Figure 4-4 Dimensions for the HiPath 1130/1150 A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 95: Figure 4-5 Opening The Hipath 1130/1150 Main Distribution Frame

    Installation For internal distribution only Getting to Know your Systems Opening the Main Distribution Frame Figure 4-5 Opening the HiPath 1130/1150 Main Distribution Frame A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 96: Hipath1120/1130/1150 Wall Mounting Instructions

    Mark additional holes for washers ➁ and remove the system. Drill the remaining holes as marked, install washers and screws then tighten them letting 0.19" (5 mm) protrude. Hang the system again and align it by tightening the lower screws. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 97: Figure 4-7 Installing The Hipath 1120

    Installation For internal distribution only Getting to Know your Systems Back of the enclosures Figure 4-7 Installing the HiPath 1120 Figure 4-8 Installing the HiPath 1130/1150 A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 98: Hipath 1190

    The HiPath 1190 and HiPath 1190R systems are identical, except for a “side tab” on the HiPath 1190R model, which is used for attaching a 19” rack, and the fact that there are no side covers. Dimensions for the HiPath 1190/1190R Figure 4-9 Dimensions for the HiPath 1190/1190R A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 4-10 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 99

    Getting to Know your Systems Opening the System’s Cabinet Figure 4-10 Opening the HiPath 1190/1190R Procedure for Opening the System’s Cabinet Step Procedure Insert screwdriver as shown above. Use the screwdriver as shown to remove the cover. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 4-11 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 100: Figure 4-11 Hipath 1190/1190r Front View

    Installation For internal distribution only Getting to Know your Systems Components Location Figure 4-11 HiPath 1190/1190R front view A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 4-12 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 101: Figure 4-12 Hipath 1190/1190r Back View

    Installation For internal distribution only Getting to Know your Systems Figure 4-12 HiPath 1190/1190R back view A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 4-13 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 102: Figure 4-13 Hipath 1190/1190r Cable Anchors

    Installation For internal distribution only Getting to Know your Systems Figure 4-13 HiPath 1190/1190R cable anchors Figure 4-14 Installing modules on the HiPath 1190/1190R systems A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 4-14 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 103

    Rack-Mounting Procedure Step Procedure Install the system’s brackets on the 19" rack using the screws as shown. Insert the switch into the 19" rack. Secure the switch on the 19" rack using the screws. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 4-15 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 104: Installation Of Expansion And Option Modules

    Insert modules only when the power supply is turned OFF . For information on how to expand your system, see“Limitations to System Expansion” on page 2-5. 4.6.1 Modules Location On the HiPath 1120 ● Figure 4-16 Location of the Modules on the HiPath 1120 A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 4-16 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 105: Figure 4-17 Location Of The Modules On The Hipath 1120 - Cnd

    Installation For internal distribution only Installation of Expansion and Option Modules On the HiPath 1120 - CND Version ● Figure 4-17 Location of the Modules on the HiPath 1120 - CND A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 4-17 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 106: Figure 4-18 Location Of The Modules On The Hipath 1130/1150

    On the HiPath 1130/1150 ● Figure 4-18 Location of the Modules on the HiPath 1130/1150 Table 4-2 shows the modules and the slots where they can be installed with respect to each system’s limitations. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 4-18 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 107

    EB 400 EB 400 EB 800 EB 800 0 Module Option Modules ADSL Module Option Modules ADSL Module TME1 Module On the HiPath 1190/1190R ● Figure 4-19 Location of the Modules on the HiPath 1190/1190R A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 4-19 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 108

    EB 202 EB 206 EB 206 Expansion Modules Expansion Modules EB 210 EB 200 EB 200 EB 400 EB 400 EB 800 EB 800 Slot 11 Slot 12 Type of Module Type of Module A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 4-20 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 109

    EB 800 Note:The CD module and the CPU have fixed slots in the HiPath 1190/1190R sys- tems, which are marked on the modules latch (Figure 4-19 on page 4-19 and Figure 4-11 on page 4-12). A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 4-21 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 110: Installing Modules

    Insert the module into one of the slots shown in Figure 4-18. Reassemble the entire set. “Performing a Visual Inspection” on page 4-48. Turn on the power supply. Configure the required data (see “Operation” on page 6-1). A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 4-22 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 111

    (EB)” on page 3-16). Attach cables to anchors using plastic brackets. “Performing a Visual Inspection” on page 4-48. Reassemble the entire set. Turn on the power supply. Configure the required data (see “Operation” on page 6-1). A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 4-23 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 112: Installing A S0 Module

    Connect slots 3 and 4 of the X2 connector to the external line input for the HiPath 1100. 99 slots In the CND version, connect to slot 2 of the X2 connector. Connect your network cables to the HUB (J3, J5, J6 and J7 connectors).

  • Page 113

    Remove the backplane. Remove the slots above the MB. Attach the separator provided with the module to the MB. Attach the module to the MB’s pin connector and to the separator. Reassemble the entire set. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 4-25 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 114: Figure 4-21 Installing A Fax/did Module Hipath 1130/1150

    Move the module’s latch as shown in Figure 4-14. Remove the CPU. Attach the separator provided with the Fax/DID module to the CPU. Attach the module to the CPU’s pin connector and the separator. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 4-26 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 115

    Reassemble the entire set. “Performing a Visual Inspection” on page 4-48. Turn on the power supply. Configure the required data (see “Operation” on page 6-1). Installation Diagram Figure 4-22 Installing a Fax/DID Module on the HiPath 1190/1190R A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 4-27 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 116: Installing A Music Module

    Reassemble the entire set. “Performing a Visual Inspection” on page 4-48. Turn on the power supply. Configure the required data (see “Operation” on page 6-1). Installation Diagram Figure 4-23 Installing a Music Module HiPath 1120 A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 4-28 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 117: Installing A Power Supply

    “Performing a Visual Inspection” on page 4-48 Configure the required data (see “Operation” on page 6-1). Warning To turn the power on or off to the system use the power supply’s cable. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 4-29 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 118: Figure 4-25 Installing A Power Supply Hipath 1130/1150

    “Performing a Visual Inspection” on page 4-48 Configure the required data (see “Operation” on page 6-1). Warning To turn the power on or off to the system use the cable of the power supply. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 4-30 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 119: Figure 4-26 Installing Power Supplies On The Hipath 1190/1190r

    To turn on the system use the switch located on the back of the cabinet (see Figure 4-12). Configure the required data (see “Operation” on page 6-1). Figure 4-26 Installing power supplies on the HiPath 1190/1190R A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 4-31 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 120: Connecting Extensions To The System's Internal Mdf (main Distribution Frame)

    The installation of a system telephone requires using a CD pair in conjunction with an a/ extension slot (see “Installing Telephone Terminals” on page 4-46). Figure 4-27 Distribution of extensions on the HiPath 1120 Main Distribution Frame A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 4-32 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 121

    Example of the location of extensions on the HiPath 1120 Main Distribution Frame Slot Internal Internal Slot Posi- Exten- Slot Posi- Extension Slot Slot Number Number tion sion Slot tion EB 204 Module Slot 1 A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 4-33 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 122: Hipath 1130/1150

    The installation of a system telephone requires using a CD pair in conjunction with an a/b extension slot (see “Installing Telephone Terminals” on page 4-46). Figure 4-29 Distribution of extensions on the HiPath 1130/1150 Main Distribution Frame A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 4-34 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 123: Table 4-5 Example Of Extension Locations On The Hipath 1130/1150 Main Distribution

    Slot 1 Internal Internal Internal Internal Exten- EB 202 External Number Number Number Number Slot sion Module Digital EB 210 EB 206 EB 200 EB 400 slot Internal # Slot 2 (HiPath 1150 only) A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 4-35 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 124

    EB 206 EB 200 slot Internal # Slot 4 (HiPath 1150 only) 4.7.3 HiPath 1190 Warning On the HiPath 1190, trunks and extensions lines must be routed to use the shortest path inside the cabinet. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 4-36 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 125: Figure 4-30 Distribution Of Extensions On The Hipath 1190/1190r Main Distribution Frame

    The installation of a system telephone requires using a CD pair in conjunction with an a/b extension slot (see “Installing Telephone Terminals” on page 4-46). Figure 4-30 Distribution of extensions on the HiPath 1190/1190R Main Distribution Frame A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 4-37 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 126: Installing A V.24 Interface

    4.8 Installing a V.24 Interface Introduction To connect a PC or a printer to the HiPath 1100 using the RS 232 serial interface you must have a V.24 adapter cable (see“V.24 Adapter Cable” on page 3-52). This inter- face allows you to use some applications developed specifically for configuring and managing user features.

  • Page 127: Installing An Usb Interface

    4.9 Installing an USB Interface Introduction To connect a PC to the HiPath 1100 using an USB interface you must have an USB adapter cable (see“USB adapter cable” on page 3-54). This interface allows you to use some applications developed specifically for configuring and managing user fea- tures.

  • Page 128: Installing An External Audio Source

    Installation For internal distribution only Installing an External Audio Source 4.10 Installing an External Audio Source The HiPath 1100 systems provide connections for audio devices, such as radios, tun- ers, CD, MD, and others. HiPath 1120 ● The audio source must be connected to a Music Option Module using an RCA connector in slot X1 (see Figure 4-27 on page 4-32).

  • Page 129

    To disable voice capability the attendant extension must dial “9” . To enable voice again the attendant extension must dial “5” . If the sound is not disable manually, it will automatically timeout after 5 minutes. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 4-41 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 130: Recommendations Concerning The Power Supply And Protection Of The System

    Failure to comply with these recommendations may lead to hazardous conditions. Example of a Power Supply Configuration for the HiPath1130/1150/1190 Systems L1 N PE HiPath1130/1150/1190 127 Vac Figure 4-32 Diagram of Power Supply Configuration for the HiPath 1130/1150 Systems A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 4-42 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 131: Protection Of External Lines And Extensions

    The connection between the HiPath 1100 system and the distribution box must be made using multipair cables, preferably foil shielded. This type of flat cable has a spe- cial grounding wire that must be connected to the safety ground, but only at the dis- tribution box end.

  • Page 132: Connecting A Safety Ground Wire

    Measure the ohmic resistance between the network’s protective earth ground (PE) and the < 1 Ohm outlet or the Main Distribution Frame. Measure the ohmic resistance of the outlet’s < 10 Ohm neutral conductor in relation to the earth. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 4-44 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 133: Protective Power Outage Relays

    Each external analog line on the EB 202/204/206/210 modules features a relay that forwards the line to the first two extension slots on each EB module in the event of a power outage. Expansion modules EB 200/400/800 do not feature protective relays. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 4-45 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 134: System Cabling

    (C, D). A Standard Telephone (DP/MF) has only two wires (A, B), both used for voice. Standard Telephones (DP/MF) must be connected to the HiPath 1100 system using only wires A and B. Do not use wires C and D.

  • Page 135

    If you need to select a different C/D pair, see Figure 4-27 or Figure 4-29 then program the new C/D interface assignment. Install the telephone sets. “Performing a Visual Inspection” on page 4-48. Configure the required data (see “Operation” on page 6-1). A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 4-47 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 136: Performing A Visual Inspection

    Check to see that all modules are See “System Data” Attach or secure modules securely and properly attached. on page 2-1. as needed. Check the network’s line voltage. Multimeter. Verify voltage at power source. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 4-48 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 137: Telephones

    DP/DTMF Telephone Models ● 5.2 System Telephones System telephones are designed exclusively for HiPath 1100 systems. In addition to special features, system telephones display the status of external lines and exten- sions by means of programmable LED keys. The programming for the system is described in Chapter 7 , “Configuring the System Specifically for the Client”.

  • Page 138: Keys

    MUTE Key: Deactivates voice capability so the called party is not able to hear any sound at the callers end. To resume Talk Mode, press this key again. SPEAKER Key: Enables the speakerphone by activating the microphone and speaker. ENTER Key. Menu Navigation Key. Menu Navigation Key. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 139

    REDIAL Key: Redials the last number that was dialed. PARK Key: Parks or resumes a call. FWD Key : Forwards the call to an extension or external telephone. FIL/FLASH Key: Generates a Flash function on an external line. Adjustment key. Adjustment key. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 140: Profiset 3030 System Telephone

    ● lines to be displayed. Select the “Menu” key to access the next line or the pre- vious line. Profiset 3030 Telephone Layout Figure 5-1 Profiset 3030 System Telephone Layout A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 141: E822 St System Telephone

    To select an option press the Enter key. When the ">" symbol appears next to the line, it means there are additional ● > < lines to be displayed. Select Next or Back to access a line. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 142: Figure 5-2 E822 St System Telephone Layout

    2) Programmable LED keys for status indication 3) Function keys 4) SPEAKER (Speakerphone) Key - The speakerphone is disabled when the handset is lifted. To switch from Speakerphone to Normal mode lift the handset and press the SPEAKER key. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 143: E821 St System Telephone (for Brazil Only)

    ENCE facilities. It also features programmable keys for extensions and external lines. E821 ST System Telephone Layout Figure 5-3 E821 ST System Telephone Layout 1) Programmable LED keys for status indication 2) Special function keys 3) Handset release key. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 144: Programmable Feature Keys

    System telephone settings can be configured individually according to each user’s preferences. For more information on how to configure a system telephone, see the manual included with the unit: Documentation Number Profiset 3030 A31003-K1250-B816 -**- 3P19 E821 ST and E822 ST A31003-K1250-B814 -**- 3P19 A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 145: Dial Pulse (dp) And Dual Tone Multifrequency (mf)

    (MF) that does not feature a “Flash” key, placing the phone on-hook and off-hook momentarily will simulate the action of the Flash key. 5.3.3 DP/DTMF Telephone Models Siemens provides DP and MF telephones and many additional features: Memory storage of the most frequent numbers dialed ●...

  • Page 146: Figure 5-4 Profiset 3005 Telephone Layout

    Profiset 3005, Profiset 3010 and Profiset 3025 Models: ● Telephone Layout Profiset 3005 Figure 5-4 Profiset 3005 Telephone Layout 1) Phonebook labels 2) One-touch memory key 3) Feature keys 4) Numeric keypad 5) Handset cradle. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 5-10 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 147: Figure 5-5 Profiset 3010 Telephone Layout

    5) Two-touch memory and Release key 6) Two-touch memory and Voice Mail key 7) Two-touch memory and Attendant key 8) One- and two-touch memory keys 9) Feature keys 10) Numeric keypad 11) Handset cradle. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 5-11 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 148: Figure 5-6 Profiset 3020 Telephone Layout

    2) Features keys 3) Follow Me key 4) Conference key 5) Attendant key 6) Voice Mail key 7) Call Waiting key 8) Call Release key 9) Numeric keypad 10) External power supply input 11) Handset cradle. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 5-12 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 149

    Number Profiset 3005 A30054 - X5790 - A - ** - **19 Profiset 3010 A30054 - X5791 - A - ** - **19 Profiset 3020 A30054 - X5792 - A - ** - 7619 A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 5-13 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 150: Figure 5-8 E805 S Telephone Layout

    Dial Pulse (DP) and Dual Tone Multifrequency (MF) E805 S and E805 C Models: ● E805 S Telephone Layout Figure 5-8 E805 S Telephone Layout 1) Keypad 2) Function key 3) Memory key 4) Label A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 5-14 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 151: Figure 5-9 E805 C Telephone Layout

    E805 C Telephone Layout 1) Display 2) Caller ID control key 3) Function key 4) Alphanumeric keypad For more information on the operation of system telephones, refer to the Instructions Manual provided with your telephone. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 5-15 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 152

    Telephones For internal distribution only Dial Pulse (DP) and Dual Tone Multifrequency (MF) A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 5-16 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 153: Operation

    Wait a few moments for the system to load the software. 6.2 Updating the Software If your computer already has a version of the HiPath 1100 software installed, you may update it with the latest version. The software update for version 5.2 uses version 5.1 update (from version 3.4) for up- dating version 5.1 to version 5.2.

  • Page 154: Starting The Programming Mode

    Starting the Programming Mode 6.3 Starting the Programming Mode The HiPath 1100 system comes with a factory default configuration, which is de- scribed in the programming tables. If an update or modification is required, there are three possible programming op-...

  • Page 155: Programming With A Computer

    The system CD contains the software packages required for installation (see “HiPath 1100 Applications” on page 6-25). Follow these steps when programming with a computer: Topic Page Basic Requirement: page 6-4 Software Installation page 6-4 Software Uninstall page 6-24 A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 156

    With an USB Interface: Without using online services page 6- With an USB interface: Using online services page 6- Module For this option, only the HiPath 1100 applications are installed. After restarting the computer configure the settings on the CommServer. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 157: Figure 6-1 Isdn Configuration Options

    Figure 6-1 ISDN Configuration Options Procedure: Check whether the HiPath 1100 system is turned on and the computer has re- started. Insert the system CD in the CD drive If Auto-Run is not configured, go to the Start menu on Windows, click Run and then select the Browse button in the dialog box.

  • Page 158

    For this option, only the HiPath 1100 applications are installed. After restarting the computer configure the settings on the CommServer. Procedure: Check whether the HiPath 1100 system is turned on and the computer has re- started. Insert the HiPath 1100 CD in the CD drive If Auto-Run is not configured, go to the Start menu on Windows, click Run and then select the Browse button in the dialog box.

  • Page 159

    ● When a HiPath 1100 application is activated, the server starts automatically. ADSL Module For this option, only the HiPath 1100 applications are installed. After restarting the computer configure the settings on the CommServer. Procedure: Insert the HiPath 1100 CD in the CD drive If Auto-Run is not configured, go to the Start menu on Windows, click Run and then select the Browse button in the dialog box.

  • Page 160: Figure 6-2 External Analog Modem Connection

    For internal distribution only Starting the Programming Mode External Analog Modem For this option, only the HiPath 1100 applications are installed. After restarting the computer configure the settings on CommServer, HiPath 1100 Manager and the Hi- Path 1100 system. Procedure:...

  • Page 161: Figure 6-3 Hipath 1100 Manager Configuration - Analog Modem

    For internal distribution only Starting the Programming Mode After restarting the computer, check the default modem (US Robotics) configu- ration on the HiPath 1100 Manager and change the following settings to match your modem (see the modem’s manual, if necessary): Figure 6-3...

  • Page 162: Figure 6-4 Commserver Configuration - Remote Analog Modem

    Operation For internal distribution only Starting the Programming Mode Figure 6-4 CommServer Configuration - Remote Analog Modem 10. After exiting the CommServer, the server will restart automatically whenever a HiPath 1100 application is activated. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 6-10 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 163: Figure 6-5 Possible Usb Configurations

    In this case there are two possibilities: with or without the CAPI Interface Possible USB Con- figurations HiPath 1100 Applications Manager Software Up- Transmission Billing Status Monitor CommServer CallBridge for Data HiPath 1100 ext. NTBA Digital/Analog Figure 6-5 Possible USB Configurations A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 6-11 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 164

    Administrator access is required for performing the installation under Windows 2000/XP . Procedure: Check whether the HiPath 1100 system is turned on and the computer has re- started. Insert the HiPath 1100 CD in the CD drive Connect the system to your computer using the USB cable. A window will an- nounce that new hardware has been found The New Hardware Wizard will appear.

  • Page 165

    USB Interface without a CAPI Interface If in addition to administering the HiPath 1100 system you also wish to use online ser- vices on your computer, you need to install specific USB drivers and CAPI applica- tions from the "CallBridge for Data" software package. This will enable communica- tions between your computer and the system.

  • Page 166

    Windows 98 SE - USB/CAPI driver installation location A message will appear indicating that the best driver for the hardware has been found. Click "Next" to proceed. A message appears confirming that the Composite USB device installation was completed. Click "Finish." A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 6-14 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 167: Figure 6-7 Windows 98 Se - Selection For Isdn

    Figure 6-8 Windows 98 SE - MSN Number 10. The installation of the USB drivers is now completed. CAPI applications installa- tion will now start automatically (see “Installing CAPI Applications” on page 6-23). A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 6-15 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 168

    A message will appear indicating that Setup will search for a driver for the HiPath 1000. Repeat hardware driver installation (steps 1 through 6) for the following components: HiPath 1000 Virtual COM Port ● HiPath 1000 (CAPI Interface). ● A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 6-16 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 169

    Figure 6-12 Windows SE - MSN Number 10. The installation of the USB drivers is now completed. CAPI applications installa- tion will now start automatically (see “Installing CAPI Applications” on page 6-23). A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 6-17 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 170: Figure 6-13 Windows 2000 - Driver Location

    Microsoft digital signature. Acknowledge the message by clicking "OK." In the "Select Port Number" window select the port number for the HiPath 1000 Virtual COM Port (by default, the last free port) and click "OK." A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 6-18 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 171: Figure 6-14 Windows 2000 - Port Setting

    Microsoft digital signature appears twice. Click "OK" ev- ery time it appears. 10. In the ISDN - HiPath 1000 window select “European ISDN (DSS1)“ then click “Next“ . Figure 6-15 Windows 2000 - ISDN selection A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 6-19 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 172: Figure 6-16 Windows 2000 - Msn

    Once this is completed, the installation of the HiPath 1000 will start. A message appears (three times) to the effect that the software installation did not pass the Windows logo test. Click "Continue" every time this message appears. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 6-20 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 173: Figure 6-17 Windows Xp - Isdn

    The "Found New Hardware Wizard" box appears. Select the option "Install from a list or specific location (Advanced) then click "Next." Click "Browse" to select the directory where the uncompressed CallBridge for Data is stored (e.g., C:\Temp). A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 6-21 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 174

    Figure 6-20 Windows XP - Port selection 14. The installation of the USB drivers is now completed. CAPI applications installa- tion will now start automatically (see “Installing CAPI Applications” on page 6- 23). A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 6-22 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 175

    After restarting the system, the CommServer must be configured. Right-click the CommServer icon on the Windows status bar and select “Properties. “ Use the following settings: Type of connection: USB connection Phone #: --- Your MSN: --- A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 6-23 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 176

    For internal distribution only Starting the Programming Mode For the new settings to take effect you must exit CommServer. When a HiPath 1100 application is activated, the server starts automatically. The USB drivers are Plug&Play compatible, so that after installation, the HiPath 1100 system may be removed and added again to the computer configuration - by simply unplugging or connecting the USB cable.

  • Page 177: Hipath 1100 Applications

    Operation For internal distribution only Starting the Programming Mode 6.3.3 HiPath 1100 Applications CTI Functionality When the system is connected to a computer, system features can be executed from the PC. The functionality provided by the connection between a telephone system and a PC is known as CTI (Computer Telephony Integration).

  • Page 178

    WAN and LAN connection. The HiPath 1100 ADSL Manager software application was designed for this purpose. It provides viewing, editing and updating capabilities for system configuration. For more details on how to configure an ADSL module see the HiPath 1100 ADSL Manager “Help” system. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619...

  • Page 179

    Operation For internal distribution only Starting the Programming Mode HiPath 1100 E1 Trunk Manager The HiPath 1100 E1 Trunk Manager is an administrative program for configuring a TME1 module. Hardware Requirements: – Serial interface communications (COM port). General Information: Using the HiPath 1100 E1 Trunk Manager you can: Download software and databases ●...

  • Page 180

    Operation For internal distribution only Starting the Programming Mode MOH Transfer Wizard MIDI Transmission Wizard for converting MIDI files to HiPath 1100 format and trans- ferring to the system. To start the MIDI Transmission Wizard select: Start/Programs/HiPath 1100/MOH Transfer Software Update...

  • Page 181

    Format: “***n” (n = code in table below) Code Type of Call Code Type of Call Internal call to the Voice Mail System Not used Call Forwarding (*11) Second Attendant (*14) Not used Not used Not used Not used A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 6-29 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 182

    Incoming call over an external analog line to Extension 12, forwarded to the VMIe Group configured as second Attendant. ***4**********12*3 Incoming call over an external digital line to Extension 12, forwarded to the VMIe Group configured as second Attendant. ***4**********12*4 A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 6-30 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 183

    Voice Mail System they can be re-programmed. Please refer to “Deactivate Internal MWI #68” and “Activate Internal MWI *68” in the ”System Settings - Service Codes” folder, in the HiPath 1100 Manager. Example:...

  • Page 184

    Operation For internal distribution only Starting the Programming Mode A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 6-32 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 185: Configuring The System Specifically For The Client

    For the HiPath 1120: ● Motherboard S0 Module Analog Modules For the HiPath 1130/1150: ● TME1 Module 1 Motherboard S0 Module Analog Modules For the HiPath 1190: ● Analog Modules TME1 Module 1 S0 Module A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 186: Table 7-2 Numbering Plan

    Digital trunk settings page 6-18 ADSL Module page 6-20 Relay and sensor on the HiPath 1120 page 6-20 For information on the programming of each feature see “Comments about the System’s Programming Codes” on page 7-21 A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 187

    # instead of None dants groups or extension ∗ 1 - Day Service - To delete 2 - Night Service 3 - Day Service after a specified time 4 - Night Service after a specified time A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 188

    2 - DTMF2 3 - FSK 3 - Other countries External Line Call External Line 1 - Bi-directional # instead of 1 - Bi-direc- Direction 2 - Incoming unidirectional external line tional 3 - Outgoing unidirectional A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 189

    * 24/10 for Brazil, Chile, Venezuela, Mexico, Vietnam, IM, China, Pakistan and the Ukraine 35/10 for Argentina 30/08 for Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore 18/10 for Portugal 9/9 for Spain 30/9 for India 27/9 for Greece. 8/8 for Russia ** Ask local carrier about availability. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 190: Programming An Extension

    (00 to 99) in 5-second cycles # instead of 12 (1 minute) group ∗ On Hold Message UCD Subscriber Group - To enable # instead of # - To disable before Signaling # - To disable group UCD Call A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 191

    - without Hotline Warmline Extension (except 11/110) 0 to 9 seconds # instead of 0 seconds extension Executive/Secretary 51 Executive extension (up to 8) Secretary extension (up to # instead of None extension ∗ - To delete A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 192: Index

    Index: 001 to 140 (00 to 99) in 5-second cycles Automatic 06 (30 for MSN seconds) Modem extension Extension Automatic None MSN and extension Extension Index: 001 to 140 Automatic None assignment 1 - Day 2 - Night A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 193

    Default settings for EWACO Country Permission List Denied List Brazil 0900 0800 0810 Argentina Portugal Chile Venezuela Mexico Vietnam IM Spanish IM English IM French China Malaysia Singapore 1800 #571# 1608 Thailand Greece 0800 India Pakistan A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 194

    # instead of None digits) number DISA external line External analog line 1 - Never # instead of 1 - Never 2 - Night only external line 3 - Day only 4 - Always A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 7-10 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 195: General Settings

    - To enable Automatic - To enable while using an ISDN # - To disable Line Call Charge Unit Value: 00000 to 99999 Automatic factor - 00001 slot - 0 Comma position: 0 to 4 A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 7-11 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 196: Table 7-9 General Settings

    MSN 1 - MSN Number 2 - MSN Number slot **〉 For more details on how to set timers refer to the Help file of the HiPath 1100 Manager administrative software. See the sections on timers specifically. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 7-12...

  • Page 197: Table 7-10 Updating The Software

    # instead of None Configuration slot Remote Administra- Slot: 1 to 4 00000 to 99999 # instead of None tion Password slot Remote MSN Slot: 001 to 140 or Automatic None ∗ - To delete A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 7-13 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 198: Table 7-12 Entrance Telephone

    # - To disable Data Transmission 1 - 9600b Automatic Rate 2 - 14400b 3 - 19200b 4 - 38400b 5 - 56000b 6 - 57600b 7 - 115200b 8 - 128000b 9 - 256000b A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 7-14 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 199: Table 7-14 Country/group Of Countries (65)

    Chile Chile Spanish Venezuela Venezuela Spanish Mexico Mexico Spanish Vietnam Vietnam English IM Spanish Colombia Spanish Uruguay Ecuador Central America Indonesia English IM English Saudi Arabia English Bahrain Egypt United Arab Emirates Ghana Yemen A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 7-15 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 200

    Lithuania English Italy Italy English * For Bolivia and Paraguay, set "01=Brazil" for country/groups of countries then "02=Spanish" for language. ** For Indonesia set "08=Intern. Spanish" for country/group of countries. then "03=English" for language. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 7-16 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 201: Table 7-16 Fax/did Module

    2 - DID free line 3 - Fax/DID 4 - Announcement 5 - Autofax Fax Reception External Line Extension or # instead of None ∗ Extension - To delete external line A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 7-17 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 202: Table 7-17 Digital Trunk Settings

    ISDN line to - To delete slot lines a MSN External line prefix 89 1 - National Line prefix (up to 5 digits) # instead of the None 2 - International digit or Auto- matic A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 7-18 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 203

    South Africa Latvia Argentina Lithuania Brazil Malaysia Canada Mexico Chile Pakistan China Peru China 2 Portugal Spain Russia Philippines Singapore Greece Thailand IM Spanish Turkey IM French Ukraine IM English Venezuela India Vietnam Italy A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 7-19 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 204: Table 7-19 Adsl Module

    Sensor Activation Number of 001 to 100 (attempts) Automatic 001 (1 Attempts for Acti- attempt) vating the Sensor DTMF signals for Number (up to 20 digits) Automatic None the Relay # - To confirm A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 7-20 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 205: Run Quick Test

    Dialing Mode on an External Analog Line (19) The system supports two dialing modes for external and absent lines (for unused ex- ternal line slots): DP - Dial Pulse ● MF - Multifrequency (Tone) ● A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 7-21 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 206

    Trunk Access (with Denied List)” . List 1 allows you to store 4 numbers; list 2, up to 10 numbers; and list 3 up to 35 numbers. To change a blocked number enter its Phonebook entry number then the new num- ber. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 7-22 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 207

    Service. Therefore, it is possible to allow or deny an extension to transfer tempo- rarily its Class of Service to another telephone. Language (64) Defines the language for displaying messages on the system telephone display. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 7-23 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 208: External Line Settings

    Warning Tone for Calls without LCR (092) This feature alerts the user to the fact that the HiPath 1100 is making a call that may be charged by the Carrier at a higher rate than usual. This may be due to the unavail- ability of an external line for LCR (Least Cost Routing).

  • Page 209

    Coefficient for an external analog line (47) This function couples the impedances for a system and the public network external analog line to which it is connected. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 7-25 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 210

    Connection Type (33) This setting determines whether the external analog line that is connected to one of the HiPath 1100 systems is also interconnected to another C.O. or PABX. Second External Access Code (34) This setting determines the code to be sent by the Satellite PABX in accordance with the access code for external lines on the Master PABX.

  • Page 211: Programming An Extension

    In the event that all extensions in the group are busy external calls are routed to a hold queue. If Data Protection or Urgent Call Barring are activated for a specific extension in the group, this function will be effective for all extensions in the Subscriber Group. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 7-27 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 212

    Time for Agent’s Notes (029) This features allows you to set a period of time for the agent to leave the Group with- out being disturbed and make notes about a call. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 7-28 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 213

    In a Round-robin distribution the search starts from the extension following the last extension selected. Override (44) This setting allows a specific extension to “Override” two other extensions with a conversation in progress. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 7-29 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 214

    Therefore, it is recommended that you check the Flash detection time of MF tele- phones and adjust the settings to approximate them as much as possible. The configurations for detection of Flash may vary depending on the country. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 7-30 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 215: Table 7-19 Table

    The default setting for this assignment is: Table 7-21 CD Interface Assignment HiPath 1120 HiPath1130/1150/1190 A1/B1 ⇒ C1/D1 A1/B1 ⇒ C1/D1 A2/B2 ⇒ C2/D2 A2/B2 ⇒ C2/D2 A3/B3 ⇒ C3/D3 A3/B3 ⇒ C3/D3 A4/B4 ⇒ C4/D4 A4/B4 ⇒ C4/D4 A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 7-31 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 216

    Timer for outgoing external calls (047) This setting specifies a maximum time for the duration of an outgoing external call for each extension. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 7-32 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 217: Disa

    If a physical port is used when the DISA feature is active, the TAPI will be able to monitor it. DISA Permission (018) Activates the DISA feature. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 7-33 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 218: External Message Waiting Indicator (mwi)

    Extensions configured in this group are allowed to receive a Message Waiting Indica- tor from an external Voice Mail Server where user’s messages and announcements are stored. Message Waiting server number (065) This setting specifies a MSN number for the Waiting Message server. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 7-34 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 219: General Settings

    This setting specifies the Subscriber Group that will interface with the internal Voice Mail Server equipment. Only one Subscriber Group can be configured for Voice Mail. This group’s extensions are connected to the server via the HiPath 1100 A/B pair. 7.2.6 General settings Music on Hold (36) This setting specifies the type of music the caller on hold will hear.

  • Page 220

    Changes the default password 31994 to any 5-digit number you select (see“Issues Concerning Changes to the Default Password” on page 6-3). Night Service Password (49) Defines an additional password for activating/deactivating different functions (includ- ing Relays, Night Service). A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 7-36 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 221

    These settings allow you to reset the times for some features and signals according to the specific characteristics of a user or a country. For more details on how to set timers refer to the Help file of the HiPath 1100 Man- ager administrative software. See the sections on timers specifically.

  • Page 222

    Or, to use the "Key Assignment" feature to assign a key to a MSN for monitoring incoming and outgoing calls (see Key Assignment - Using a Temporary MSN for Making a Call, in the User Manual). A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 7-38 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 223: Updating The Software

    7.2.8 Remote Configuration Service Call (*994) This feature allows you to call a service center and let administration be carried out remotely through the on-going call. Remote Software Update (*9415) A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 7-39 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 224

    Configuring the System Specifically for the Client For internal distribution only Comments about the System’s Programming Codes If authorized, a software update can be started automatically. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 7-40 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 225

    In Talk mode enter the code (*991) at the programming extension to transfer control of the HiPath 1100 to the remote programmer. The remote programmer must then enter the system password using a MF telephone. To execute the required programming proceed as if the remote telephone was connected directly to the system.

  • Page 226: Entrance Telephone

    If the system is connected through a serial cable to a PC with access to the tele- phone system, the programming can also be done using a modem in conjunction with the HiPath 1100 Manager. Refer to the instructions provided in the Help file. Ending Remote Administration (96) Ends remote configuration by means of a Standard MF telephone.

  • Page 227

    7 = 3-way conference with incoming – 8 = 3-way conference with outgoing call – * = Incoming call not answered yet = incoming call Impulses (Call fees) with a TME1 Module installed. ● Cost Code (Account code). ● A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 7-43 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 228: Table 7-22 Cdr Header Layout

    Specifies a unique sequence of 4 digits that will be recorded. Call Detail Report with a Serial Interface (006) This setting specifies that the Call Detail Report will be done through a serial inter- face. CommServer does not work when this setting is enabled. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 7-44 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 229: Fax/did Module

    Collect Call Barring is activated, the call will ring at the first DID for the external line. MSN Answering for Fax/DID (080) This setting specifies a Fax/DID answering mode for each MSN number. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 7-45 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 230

    Path 1120), a fifth call will hear a ring signal generated by the local carrier, which means that the HiPath 1100 has not answered the call yet. If the timeout specified for this feature is shorter than the local carrier’s timeout, the call can be routed in two...

  • Page 231: Digital Trunk Settings

    For internal distribution only Comments about the System’s Programming Codes 7.2.12 Digital trunk settings The HiPath 1100 systems can be equipped with digital trunks by means of a S mod- ule (ISDN/ISDN access) and a TME1 (E1 CAS access). TME1 Module E1 CAS access allows the system to use Caller ID and direct dialing to extensions, reducing the number of lost calls and simplifying access for the user.

  • Page 232

    Your local carrier can inform you which ISDN features can be controlled by code in your country. This feature allows you to activate the appropriate ISDN function at the terminal, with- out the need for external access. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 7-48 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 233

    This enables Caller ID. Country Area Code Filter (012) This allows the system to send the Country Code (CAC) to a destination exchange over a digital line. This enables Caller ID. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 7-49 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 234: Adsl Module

    ADSL, hub or network cards in any of the PCs. The PCs are connected to the HiPath 1100 which provides (via LAN) the same func- tions provided by the V.24 serial interface for integrating the HiPath 1100 Manager, Interaction Center Smart and billing applications.

  • Page 235

    System Speed Dialing. When the number stored in the System Speed Dialing is changed, this field is updated. Similarly, when the number in the field is changed, the change is reflected in the System Speed Dialing. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 7-51 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 236

    If the closing time is set to "000," the relay will remain active until it is manually de- activated. External Ring for Activating the Relay (071) This setting lets you use the relay to control a second ring signal for a specified ex- tension. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 7-52 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 237: Feature Access Codes

    Feature Access Codes For internal distribution only Numbering Plan 8 Feature Access Codes The HiPath 1100 has a Numbering Plan that can be programmed using the HiPath 1100 Manager or by entering codes on the telephone keypad. 8.1 Numbering Plan Description...

  • Page 238

    Individual Speed Dialing (“X” is from 0 to 4) wait for Individual Speed Dialing - Programming (“X” is from 0 a 4) Speakerphone Auto-Answering wait for Mode - Activation Speakerphone Auto-Answering wait for Mode - Deactivation A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 239

    Parking (“X” is from 0 to 9) Recovering a Parked Call (“X” is from 0 to 9) Toggle (Use after consultation for answering a second or urgent call) Suffix Dialing (Note 1) data A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 240

    Do Not Disturb - Deactivation Internal MWI - Activation Internal MWI - Deactivation Miscellaneous Functions Door Opener (After answer by Entrance Telephone) General Alarm - Deactivation password current password new password Electronic Lock password change confirm new password A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 241

    (if the extension belongs to more than (HG) Logout one group) Room Monitor (Babyphone) Music on Hold - Activation Music on Hold - Deactivation Remote Configuration - HiPath 1100 Manager Remote Configuration - MF tele- password phone A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 242

    Logging out of a UCD Subscriber Group Satellite PABX Flash on External Line line # Operation as Satellite PABX (“X” is from 0 to 9) Functions for ISDN Lines Immediate Call Forwarding for external line MSN - Activation A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 243

    Using Features provided by a external line ISDN code Carrier on ISDN Lines Note 1: When using standard telephones, Suffix Dialing must be enabled for each new call. When us- ing system telephones, Suffix Dialing is always enabled. A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 244

    Feature Access Codes For internal distribution only Numbering Plan A31003-K1250-S100-12-7619 HiPath 1100, Service Manual...

  • Page 245: Abbreviations

    Dial Pulse (decadic) Direct Inward Dialing Main Distribution Frame DISA Direct Inward System Access Date Send Ready DTMF Dual Tone Multifrequency Date Station Ready Electrostatic Discharge ETSI European Telecomunications Standards Institute Expansion Board Primary Access A31003-K1250-S100-12-V419 HiPath 1100, Manual de Serviço...

  • Page 246

    Point-to-Point Power Suply Unit Positive Temperature Coefficient ISDN Integrated Services Digital Network Republic of South Africa Ring Real Time Clock Request To Send Receive Data Basic Access Spain Software TAPI Telephony Application Programming Interface A31003-K1250-S100-12-V419 HiPath 1100, Manual de Serviço...

  • Page 247

    Türfernsprecher, Entrance Telephone TN-S TN-S power supply with phase and neutral (grounded) TN-C-S TN-C-S supply with phase, neutral (grounded) and earth Transmit Data Universal Call Distribution Universal Serial Bus VMIe Extended Voice Mail Interface A31003-K1250-S100-12-V419 HiPath 1100, Manual de Serviço...

  • Page 248

    Abbreviations Somente para uso interno General List A31003-K1250-S100-12-V419 HiPath 1100, Manual de Serviço...

  • Page 249: Index

    Description 7-42 HiPath 1100 ADSL Manager 6-26 Checking the Safety Ground Connection 4- HiPath 1100 Configurations 2-2 HiPath 1100 E1 Trunk Manager 6-27 Configuring a Relay and Sensor on the Hi- HiPath 1100 System Installation 4-1 Path 1120 7-50 HiPath 1100 System Periphery 2-3...

  • Page 250

    Index For internal distribution only Modules 3-1 Overview 3-1 Safety Information 1-1 Motherboard (MB) 3-8 caution 1-5 HiPath 1120 3-8 warning 1-4 HiPath 1130/1150 3-12 Safety information danger 1-3 Safety Symbols 1-1 Option Module (MO) Select the location for installing the equip- TME1 module 3-27 ment 4-4 Option Modules (MO) 3-25...

  • Page 251

    An obligation to provide the respective characteristics shall only exist if expressly agreed in the terms of contract.  Siemens Ltda. 2005. All rights reserved. Rua Pedro Gusso, 2635, Curitiba -PR. Subject to availability.

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Hipath 1120, Hipath 1130, Hipath 1150, Hipath 1190

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