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The SL2100
Quick Install Guide:
Terminals
Type B (2w)
www.nec-enterprise.com
Quick Install Guide – SL2100 Terminals Type B rev 1.0
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   Summary of Contents for NEC SL2100

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    The SL2100 Quick Install Guide: Terminals Type B (2w) www.nec-enterprise.com Quick Install Guide – SL2100 Terminals Type B rev 1.0...

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    This guide explains the installation, configuration and operation of the SL2100 Type B Terminals (2 wire) including the audio and relay connections of the interface card. Further information is available on BusinessNet. Please keep all information supplied for future reference.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Analogue Extensions ............................21 Timed Break Recall (TBR) / Hook Flash ......................24 Doorphones and Door Lock Relay Contacts ....................25 What to do if you make errors within the SL2100 Configuration ..............26 Quick Install Guide – SL2100 Terminals Type B rev 1.0...

  • Page 4: Digital Type B Terminals

    SL2100 Digital Terminals – Type B (2w) Digital Type B Terminals The SL2100 system consists of a chassis unit that supports the installation of either Type A or Type B digital terminals, as only one terminal type can be installed there are separate Quick Install Guides for each.

  • Page 5: Parts Available For The Sl2100

    SL2100 Digital Terminals – Type B (2w) Parts available for the SL2100 Not all parts are included within this guide, please refer to the other SL2100 Quick Install Guides or the SL2100 Hardware Manual for a full description and installation instructions of all parts available.

  • Page 6: Ip7ww-082u-b1 Interface Card

    SL2100 Interface Card IP7WW-082U-B1 Interface Card SL2100 chassis showing the CPU card with an extension interface card installed. SL2100 CPU card Extension Interface card The card provides: 8 x Digital extension ports 2 x Analogue SLT extensions ports 1 x Connector for mounting a trunk daughter card...

  • Page 7: 1- Unpack The Ip7ww-082u-b1 Card

    Recommended cable type: Twisted pair (CW1308 or similar specification) Conductor diameter: 0.4 to 0.6 mm Maximum cable length: (with 0.5 mm diameter cable) SL2100 system telephone – 300 metres Normal telephone (SLT) – 1125 metres Quick Install Guide – SL2100 Terminals Type B rev 1.0...

  • Page 8: 2- Install The Ip7ww-082u-b1 Card

    Note – the knockout can not be replaced once removed; there are no blanking covers available, be sure to remove the correct knockout. Insert the interface card into the SL2100 universal slot, ensure the card slides into the guide rails and tighten the two screws to secure the card.

  • Page 9: 3- Connect The Telephones

    The are several methods available to connect these interfaces into the customer’s building infrastructure. 1. Use the cable assembly, adapter or panel available from NEC Cable LPNEC4 – 2m length, converts a four port RJ45 socket to four RJ45 plugs, one port per plug.

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    Can also be used to plug into RJ45 face plates if IDC termination is required. Colour: black Supplied with an adhesive pad. One adapter is required for each ESI and SLI socket of the IP7WW-082U-B1 card. Ports 1~4 RJ45 sockets Quick Install Guide – SL2100 Terminals Type B rev 1.0...

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    16/24/40 Port Panels FFV16NECBK/FFV24NECBK/FFNEC50 Converts 4/6/12 RJ45 sockets to 16/24/40 RJ45 sockets, one port per socket. Requires 4/6/12 patch cables of the desired length and colour to connect to the SL2100 plus 16/24/40 patch cables to connect into the customer’s panels.

  • Page 12: Terminating Extensions At Rj11 Or Rj45 Face Plates At The User's Desk

    RJ11 = Connections 3 & 4 RJ45 = Blue/White connections Each port connects to RJ45 = Blue/White connections RJ11 = Connections 3/4 RJ45 Face plate RJ11 Face plate Connection Connection Quick Install Guide – SL2100 Terminals Type B rev 1.0...

  • Page 13: 4- Connect Dss Consoles

    The connections to the doorphone are none polarity. Rear of doorphone SLI 1-2 RJ45 socket Door 2 T Door 1 R Door 1 T Door 2 R Quick Install Guide – SL2100 Terminals Type B rev 1.0...

  • Page 14: 6- Connect External Sensors

    Connect the External Sensors 6- Connect External Sensors The SL2100 can be used to detect the operation of external sensors by connecting to the analogue extension port that is set to doorphone mode. The external sensor can be any normally open contact (Form A) for example, push button/panic switch or PIR detector with a suitable specification.

  • Page 15: 7- Connect The Power & System Start Up

    System Start Up – First Time ! The first time you start up the SL2100 it is important to clear the system memory. This will ensure that the system is set to the default/factory configuration. 1. Push and hold the LOAD Button located on the front of the CPU card.

  • Page 16: 8- Configure The Sl2100

    You must have SL2100 PCPro installed to your laptop/PC, this can be downloaded from BusinessNet, refer to the Quick Install Guide – SL2100 PCpro. The SL2100 can also be configured via an SL2100 System phone or via a WebPro interface, these are not included within this guide.

  • Page 17: Sl2100 Pcpro

    Installer level access: User Name: tech Password: 12345678 On first install you may need to setup the default sliding panes if you wish to use these. Select View tab and click Default Quick Install Guide – SL2100 Terminals Type B rev 1.0...

  • Page 18: Port Assignment Of The Ip7ww-082u-b1 Card

    Configure the SL2100 Port Assignment of the IP7WW-082U-B1 card Go to the Chassis View to confirm the ports assigned to the cards installed within the SL2100 system. IP7WW-308U-A1 card Doorphone Analogue extension Digital extensions Port designation Audio and Paging Clicking on any of the interfaces will show the appropriate Properties Pane where you can configure the selected port.

  • Page 19: Dss Console And Operator

    DSS Console and Operator One DSS consoles can be connected to any digital extension port of the IP7WW-082U-B1 card. The SL2100 will automatically detect the DSS console when it’s connected. 1. Go to the Chassis View and click the DSS console.

  • Page 20: Operator Extension

    Select System Numbering The Operator extension that is the target of the pilot number is defined in Easy Edit-System Numbering-Default Operator Enter the extension number for the Operator Select Default Operator Quick Install Guide – SL2100 Terminals Type B rev 1.0...

  • Page 21: Analogue Extensions

    5~1275mS [5mS increment] No Detection Time after Pulse Dial Detection 1~255 5~1275mS [5mS increment] Loop Disconnect Time after Reversal Time 1~255 10~2550mS [10mS increment] Ring Message Wait Period 1~255 5~1275mS [5mS increment] Quick Install Guide – SL2100 Terminals Type B rev 1.0...

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    No Detection Time after Off-hook 60 (300mS) No Detection Time after Pulse Dial Detection 70 (350mS) Loop Disconnect Time after Reversal Time 60 (600mS) Ring Message Wait Period 150 (750mS) Quick Install Guide – SL2100 Terminals Type B rev 1.0...

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    Dial Pulse telephones are usually 10pps (pulses per second) with a break period of 66mS & make period of 34mS. Loop Current Make 34mS Break 66mS The default settings of the SL2100 will detect a break period between 10~100mS and a make period of 10~50mS. Description Function Default Minimum Break Time...

  • Page 24: Timed Break Recall (tbr) / Hook Flash

    Timed Break Recall (TBR) / Hook Flash Timed Break Recall / Hook Flash is used by an SLT to signal to the SL2100 that secondary dial tone is required, for example to place the call on hold and dial another number when transferring a call.

  • Page 25: Doorphones And Door Lock Relay Contacts

    Configure the SL2100 Doorphones and Door Lock Relay Contacts You can connect an NEC Doorphone unit to either analogue extension ports of the IP7WW-082U-B1 card (these ports can be either analogue telephone, Doorphone or External sensor. The port is setup by hardware switched on the IP7WW-082U-B1 card, refer to the Quick Install Guide for MOH and External Audio for details.

  • Page 26: What To Do If You Make Errors Within The Sl2100 Configuration

    Tip - Press F1 to get help within PCro. If you can’t locate your errors within PCPro then you may need to default the SL2100 back to factory defaults and run the Initial Setup wizard again (this will only take a few minutes).

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