NEC Univerge SV9100 System Hardware Manual

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SV 9100
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System Hardware Manual
A50-035028-001 GE
ISSUE 2.0

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  • Page 1 SV 9100 ® System Hardware Manual A50-035028-001 GE ISSUE 2.0...
  • Page 2 , NEAX and UNIVERGE are registered trademarks of NEC Corporation and Electra Elite is a registered trademark of NEC America, Inc. Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation. AT&T, the AT&T logo and all other AT&T marks are trademarks of AT&T Intellectual Property and/or AT&T affiliated companies.
  • Page 3 The UNIVERGE SV9100 system provides what the customer needs today, and as business expands the system can be expanded to grow as well. The UNIVERGE SV9100 system has a set of manuals that provides all the information necessary to install and support the system. This preface describes these manuals.
  • Page 4: Section 1 General Information

    Chapter 7 – Installing SV9100 Optional Equipment This chapter provides information for installing optional equipment, such as PGDADs, background music, door boxes, DSS consoles, external paging as well as other handsets, recording devices and adapters on the UNIVERGE SV9100 digital and IP telephones. UPPORTING Other manuals in the set are described below.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS Regulatory Chapter 1 Introduction to SV9100 Section 1 General Information ................. 1-1 Section 2 Equipment List ..................1-5 Chapter 2 SV9100 System Specifications Section 1 General Information ................. 2-1 Section 2 System Block Diagram ................2-1 Section 3 Maximum System Capacities..............
  • Page 6 Issue 2.0 6.5.2 Network..................2-38 6.5.3 Control ..................2-38 Dialing Specifications ..............2-39 6.6.1 Dial Pulse Address Signaling ............2-39 6.6.2 Dual-Tone Multifrequency (DTMF) Address Signaling ....2-39 6.6.3 External Equipment Connection ..........2-40 6.6.4 Music Source for Music on Hold via Chassis....... 2-40 6.6.5 Music Source for Station Background Music via ACI ....
  • Page 7 Issue 2.0 Constructing the Main Distribution Frame (MDF)......3-3 Power Failure Transfer..............3-4 Fax CO Branch Connection ............3-5 Section 3 Installing the Chassis ................3-5 Unpacking the Equipment ............... 3-5 Before Installation................3-5 Installing the 19” (CHS2UG) Chassis..........3-6 3.3.1 Installing the 19”...
  • Page 8 Issue 2.0 3.5.2.2 Install the GPZ-BS10 Expansion Base Blade in the CHS2UG B Controlling Chassis ..........3-30 3.5.2.3 Install the GPZ-BS11 Expansion Blade in the CHS2UG B Expan- sion Chassis ................3-33 3.5.2.4 Connect the Controlling and Expansion Chassis....3-35 3.5.3 Installing Grounding on 9.5” Base and Expansion Chassis..3-36 3.5.4 Install Grounding on Multiple 9.5”...
  • Page 9 Issue 2.0 Stand Mounting the 9.5” CHS2UG B Chassis....... 3-78 Section 7 Rack Mounting the Chassis ..............3-82 Rack Mounting the 19” (CHS2UG) Chassis ........3-82 Rack Mounting the 9.5” Base (CHS2UG B) and Expansion (CHS2UG E) Chassis..............3-84 Section 8 Battery Connection ................
  • Page 10 Issue 2.0 Section 2 Installation ....................4-4 Installation and Safety Precautions..........4-4 Installing an Extension or Trunk Blade..........4-5 2.2.1 Installing the Blades ..............4-5 2.2.2 Order of Installing Extension Blades..........4-6 2.2.3 Order of Installing Trunk Blades ............ 4-7 2.2.3.1 Installing GCD-COT( ), GCD-4DIOPB, GCD-4ODTB or GCD-2BRIA Blades ..............4-7...
  • Page 11 Issue 2.0 3.1.5 Connectors................... 4-24 GPZ-IPLE (Voice over IP Daughter Board)........4-27 3.2.1 Description ................... 4-27 3.2.2 Installation..................4-28 3.2.3 Switch Settings ................4-28 3.2.4 LED Indications................4-29 3.2.5 Connectors................... 4-30 Section 4 Station Blades ..................4-33 GCD-8DLCA/GCD-16DLCA (Digital Station Interface) ....4-33 4.1.1 Description ...................
  • Page 12 Issue 2.0 Section 5 Trunk Blades ..................4-51 GCD-4COT( ) (4 Loop and Ground Start Interface) ...... 4-51 5.1.1 Description................... 4-52 5.1.2 Installation..................4-52 5.1.3 LED Indications................4-53 5.1.4 Connectors .................. 4-53 GPZ-4COT( ) (4 Loop and Ground Start Interface Daughter Board) ......................4-55 5.2.1 Description...................
  • Page 13 Issue 2.0 5.7.1 Description ................... 4-75 5.7.2 Installation..................4-75 5.7.3 LED Indications................4-76 5.7.4 Connectors................... 4-76 5.7.5 Connections ................. 4-78 Section 6 Optional Blades..................4-80 GCD-VM00 (Voice Mail and Server) ..........4-80 6.1.1 Description ................... 4-80 6.1.2 Installation..................4-81 6.1.3 LED Indications................4-82 6.1.3.1 Active LED –...
  • Page 14 Issue 2.0 6.3.4 Status LEDs................. 4-93 6.3.5 LED Indications................4-93 6.3.6 Connectors .................. 4-94 GCD-ETIA (Gigabit PoE Switch)........... 4-95 6.4.1 Description................... 4-95 6.4.2 Installation..................4-96 6.4.2.1 Stacking Architecture..............4-96 6.4.2.2 GCD-CP10 IP Address Assignment ........4-97 6.4.2.3 Group Formation..............4-97 6.4.2.4 Port Number Determination ............4-97 6.4.2.5 Unmanaged Switch Functions ..........4-98 6.4.3 LED Indications................
  • Page 15 Issue 2.0 2.1.8 DTL-24D-1 (BK)/(WH) TEL ............5-21 2.1.9 DTL-32D-1 (BK)/(WH) TEL ............5-22 DT400 Series Digital Multiline Terminals ........5-23 2.2.1 DTZ-2E-3 (BK) TEL ..............5-23 2.2.2 DTZ-6DE-3 (BK) TEL..............5-24 2.2.3 DTZ-12D-3 (BK)/(WH) TEL............5-25 2.2.4 DTZ-24D-3 (BK)/(WH) TEL............5-26 2.2.5 DTZ-8LD-3 (BK)/(WH) TEL............
  • Page 16 Issue 2.0 4.1.1 Connecting the Handset .............. 5-45 4.1.1.1 Handset Connection DT300 ...........5-45 4.1.1.2 Handset Connection DT400 ...........5-45 4.1.2 Connecting the Line Cord ............5-46 4.1.2.1 Line Cord Connection DT300 ..........5-46 4.1.2.2 Line Cord Connection DT400 ..........5-47 Applying Power to the DT700/DT800 Multiline Terminal ....5-49 Connecting the DT700/DT800 Series IP Multiline Terminal to the Net- work and PC..................
  • Page 17 Issue 2.0 4.12.1.1 Adjusting the Hanger Hook .............5-75 4.12.1.2 Wall Mounting the Multiline Terminal ........5-76 4.12.1.3 Removing the Multiline Terminal from the Wall Mounted Base Plate..................5-77 4.12.1.4 Wall Mounting the Base on a Wall Plate.........5-78 Section 5 Multiline Terminals Optional Equipment ..........5-79 DT Series Terminal Options ............
  • Page 18 4.2.3 NEC D NEC Polaris SupraPlus™ ........6-23 term ® 4.2.4 NEC D NEC Polaris Mirage ®..........6-24 term ® 4.2.5 NEC D NEC Polaris TriStar ®..........6-24 term ® 4.2.6 NEC D NEC Polaris Encore ® ..........6-25 Table of Contents...
  • Page 19 Issue 2.0 Chapter 7 Installing SV9100 Optional Equipment Section 1 General Information ................. 7-1 Section 2 PGDAD ..................... 7-1 Using a PGDAD ................7-1 LED Indications ................7-2 Setting up PGDAD Connections ............. 7-2 Section 3 Background Music ................. 7-10 Installing Background Music............
  • Page 20 Issue 2.0 Connecting a Night Mode Selector Switch........7-24 Section 10 Telephone Labeling ................7-24 10.1 DESI Printer Sheets ..............7-24 10.1.1 Removing the Faceplate.............. 7-25 Section 11 Telephone Adapters ................7-26 11.1 Using Adapters................7-26 11.2 In-line Power Adapter (ILPA-R)............. 7-26 11.2.1 Conditions..................
  • Page 21 Issue 2.0 12.3 Installing the Power Failure Telephones ........7-59 Section 13 IP Video Doorphone................7-60 13.1 Connection Image ................. 7-61 13.1.1 Local Setting (Web Setting) ............7-61 13.1.2 System Connections ..............7-62 13.2 IP Video Doorphone and Options..........7-62 13.3 Location of Controls ..............
  • Page 22 Issue 2.0 xviii Table of Contents...
  • Page 23 LIST OF FIGURES Chapter 1 Introduction to SV9100 Figure 1-1 Simplified SV9100 System (9.5” Gateway and Base) Connectivity .......1-2 Figure 1-2 Simplified SV9100 System (9.5” Base and Expansion) Connectivity ......1-3 Figure 1-3 Simplified SV9100 System (19”) Connectivity ...............1-3 Chapter 2 SV9100 System Specifications Figure 2-1 SV9100 System Block Diagram ..................2-4 Figure 2-2...
  • Page 24 Issue 2.0 Figure 3-19 GPZ-BS11 Installed (Cover Closed) ................3-16 Figure 3-20 19” Expansion Chassis Interface Units ............... 3-17 Figure 3-21 System Expansion Cabling ..................3-18 Figure 3-22 Chassis Grounding Lug ....................3-19 Figure 3-23 19” Chassis Grounding Lug (Multiple-Chassis) ............3-20 Figure 3-24 Install the AC Power Cord ...................
  • Page 25 Issue 2.0 Figure 3-53 Wall Mount Positioning for 9.5” Base/Expansion Chassis ...........3-46 Figure 3-54 Wall Mount Spacing Guide (9.5” Chassis) ..............3-47 Figure 3-55 Anchor Bolt from Wall (9.5” Chassis) ................3-48 Figure 3-56 Align Bracket on Wall (9.5” Chassis) ................3-48 Figure 3-57 Install Upper Bracket (9.5”...
  • Page 26 Issue 2.0 Figure 3-87 Install Rubber Feet for Multiple Chassis ..............3-71 Figure 3-88 Install Metal Brackets with Screws ................3-71 Figure 3-89 Assemble Stand Mount with Screws ................3-72 Figure 3-90 Secure CHS2UG Chassis to CHS2UG STAND KIT (K) with Screws ......3-73 Figure 3-91 Secure Stand Mount to Floor with Screws ..............
  • Page 27 Issue 2.0 Figure 3-121 Removing Battery Tray Cover ..................3-95 Figure 3-122 Removing Battery Tray Bracket ...................3-96 Figure 3-123 Battery Cable Connection Guide .................3-96 Figure 3-124 Installing Battery Connection Cable ................3-97 Figure 3-125 Connecting Battery Cables ..................3-98 Figure 3-126 Installing Cover Battery ....................3-98 Figure 3-127 Removing Fan Access Panel ..................3-99 Figure 3-128...
  • Page 28 Issue 2.0 Chapter 4 Installing the SV9100 Blades Figure 4-1 19” Chassis CPU and Expansion Slot Locations ............4-2 Figure 4-2 9.5” Gateway Chassis CPU Location ................4-2 Figure 4-3 9.5” Base and Expansion Chassis CPU Location ............4-3 Figure 4-4 Inserting Blades in the 19”...
  • Page 29 Issue 2.0 Figure 4-34 GCD-VM00 DB9 to 6-Pin Modular RS-232 Adapter ............4-84 Figure 4-35 GCD-VM00 RS-232 Serial Cable (DTE) ..............4-84 Figure 4-36 GCD-VM00 RS-232 Serial Cable (DCE) ..............4-85 Figure 4-37 GCD-PVAA Blade ......................4-87 Figure 4-38 GCD-RGA Blade ......................4-90 Figure 4-39 GCD-ETIA Blade ......................4-95 Figure 4-40 MDF Pin-Out (Connectors 1~6) ...................4-99...
  • Page 30 Issue 2.0 Figure 5-26 ITZ-8LD-3 TEL ......................5-39 Figure 5-27 ITZ-12D-3 TEL ......................5-40 Figure 5-28 ITZ-12CG-3 TEL ......................5-41 Figure 5-29 ITZ-12DG-3 TEL ......................5-42 Figure 5-30 ITZ-24D-3 TEL ......................5-43 Figure 5-31 ITZ-8LDG-3 TEL ......................5-44 Figure 5-32 Installing the Handset (DT300) ..................
  • Page 31 Issue 2.0 Figure 5-60 Remove the Ten Key Kit ....................5-65 Figure 5-61 Install the Ten Key Kit ....................5-65 Figure 5-62 Secure the Ten Key Kit ....................5-66 Figure 5-63 Install Plastic Panels ....................5-66 Figure 5-64 Sticker-Braille-L KIT (Sheet 1) ..................5-69 Figure 5-65 Sticker-Braille-L KIT (Sheet 2) ..................5-70 Figure 5-66 Adjust Height of DT Series Terminal ................5-71...
  • Page 32 Issue 2.0 Figure 5-94 8LKI (LD)-L UNIT Installed ..................5-89 Figure 5-95 Install Screw ........................ 5-90 Figure 5-96 DCL-60-1/DCZ-60-2 CONSOLE ................. 5-91 Figure 5-97 Remove Side Panel from Multiline Terminal ............... 5-92 Figure 5-98 Secure Bracket to Multiline Terminal with Screws ............5-93 Figure 5-99 Press Serial Cable into Groove ...................
  • Page 33 Setting Bluetooth Information ..................6-20 term Figure 6-29 USB Wireless Headset (CS50-USB) ..............6-20 Figure 6-30 Cordless Headset (MX250) ..................6-22 Figure 6-31 Cordless Headset (M175) ....................6-23 Figure 6-32 NEC Polaris Supraplus ....................6-23 Figure 6-33 NEC Polaris Mirage .....................6-24 SV9100 System Hardware Manual xxix...
  • Page 34 In-Line Power Adapter ....................7-27 Figure 7-21 In-Line Power Adapter Switch Settings ............... 7-28 Figure 7-22 NEC Terminal Connection to an IEEE 802.3af PoE Switch ........7-29 Figure 7-23 ADA-L UNIT ........................ 7-30 Figure 7-24 Separate Tilt Leg from Leg Support ................7-32 Figure 7-25 Bottom Option Interface Knockout ................
  • Page 35 Issue 2.0 Figure 7-31 APR-L UNIT .........................7-37 Figure 7-32 Separate Tilt Leg from Leg Support ................7-38 Figure 7-33 Bottom Option Interface Knockout ................7-38 Figure 7-34 Install APR-L UNIT .......................7-39 Figure 7-35 PSA-L UNIT .........................7-40 Figure 7-36 PSA-L UNIT Connections ....................7-41 Figure 7-37 Separate Tilt Leg from Leg Support ................7-42 Figure 7-38...
  • Page 36 Issue 2.0 Figure 7-65 GBA-L UNIT LED Display ................... 7-58 Figure 7-66 Power Failure Connector (CN3) Shown on GCD-4COT( ) Blade ........ 7-60 Figure 7-67 IP Video Doorphone Configuration ................7-61 Figure 7-68 IP Video Doorphone and SV9100 Configuration ............7-62 Figure 7-69 IP Video Doorphone ....................
  • Page 37: Section 2 Equipment List

    LIST OF TABLES Regulatory Table R-1 Battery Types and Quantities for Chassis and Blades ..........R-7 Chapter 1 Introduction to SV9100 Table 1-1 Chassis Equipment List ....................1-5 Table 1-2 Chassis Installation Equipment List ................1-6 Table 1-3 Battery Mount Equipment List ..................1-6 Table 1-4 Blade Equipment List ....................1-7 Table 1-5...
  • Page 38 Issue 2.0 Table 2-9 License Information for Asia ..................2-17 Table 2-10 License Information for CALA .................. 2-22 Table 2-11 Board Power Factor Chart ..................2-27 Table 2-12 Maximum Number of Packages Installed ..............2-27 Table 2-13 Terminal Power Factor Chart ................... 2-28 Table 2-14 IP Terminal Power Factor Chart ................
  • Page 39 Issue 2.0 Table 4-4 Default Port Settings ....................4-11 Table 4-5 SRAM Data Types ....................4-20 Table 4-6 GCD-CP10 Switch Settings ..................4-22 Table 4-7 GCD-CP10 Switch 4/6 Settings ................4-22 Table 4-8 GCD-CP10 LED Indications ..................4-23 Table 4-9 GCD-CP10 Connections ..................4-24 Table 4-10 GCD-CP10 RJ45 Cable Connector Pin-Outs ............
  • Page 40 Issue 2.0 Table 4-33 GCD-4ODTB LED Indications .................. 4-76 Table 4-34 GCD-4ODTB RJ-61 Cable Connector Pin-Outs ............4-77 Table 4-35 Ethernet Connector Pin-Out ..................4-86 Table 4-36 GCD-RGA Status LEDs ................... 4-93 Table 4-37 GCD-RGA Ethernet Connector Pin-Outs ..............4-94 Table 4-38 GCD-ETIA LED Indications ..................
  • Page 41 Issue 2.0 Table 5-19 Connectivity of Options (DT400/DT800) ..............5-80 Chapter 6 Installing SV9100 Cordless Telephones Table 6-1 Firmware Compatibility Matrix ..................6-2 Table 6-2 BCH Charging LEDs ....................6-3 Chapter 7 Installing SV9100 Optional Equipment Table 7-1 PGDAD LED Indications ..................... 7-2 Table 7-2 PGDAD S3 –...
  • Page 42 Issue 2.0 xxxviii List of Tables...
  • Page 43 The telephone company may make changes in its technical operations and procedures. When such changes affect the compatibility or use of the UNIVERGE SV9100 system, the telephone company is required to give adequate notice of the changes in order for you to maintain uninterrupted service.
  • Page 44 If equipment malfunctions, all repairs must be performed by an authorized agent of NEC Corporation. The user requiring service is responsible for reporting the need for service to a NEC Corporation authorized agent or to NEC Corporation.
  • Page 45 The consumer/purchaser/supplier instructions accompanying this equipment and/or software features must contain the following notice: The software contained in the UNIVERGE SV9100 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.
  • Page 46 Issue 2.0 Routed to a recorded announcement that can be administered by the Customer Premise  Equipment (CPE) user. Routed to a dial prompt.  This equipment returns answer supervision on all DID calls forwarded to the Public Switched  Telephone Network (PSTN).
  • Page 47 Issue 2.0 HEARING AID COMPATIBILITY NEC Multiline Terminals and NEC Single Line Telephones that are provided for this system are hearing aid compatible. The manufacturer of other Single Line Telephones for use with the system must provide notice of hearing aid compatibility to comply with FCC rules that now prohibit the use of non-hearing aid compatible telephones.
  • Page 48 Issue 2.0 SAFETY INFORMATION This equipment has been certified by Canadian Standards Association and found to comply with all applicable requirements: CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 0-M – General Requirements – Canadian Electrical Code, Part II  CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1-07 – Safety of Information Technology Equipment – Part l: General ...
  • Page 49: Table R-1 Battery Types And Quantities For Chassis And Blades

    Industrie Canada. BATTERY DISPOSAL The UNIVERGE SV9100 system includes the batteries listed below. When disposing of these batteries, Chassis, and/or Blades, you must comply with applicable federal and state regulations regarding proper disposal procedures.
  • Page 50 For Ni-Cd batteries, you can also call 1-800-8-BATTERY when further information is required. The packaging for the UNIVERGE SV9100 system contains the following labels regarding proper disposal. PRODUCT PACKAGE LABELING CONTAINS NICKEL-CADMIUM BATTERY.
  • Page 51 This equipment must only be installed and maintained by service personnel. In the event of equipment malfunction, all repairs must be performed by an authorised dealer of NEC . It is the responsibility of users requiring service to report the need for service to one of NEC authorised agents.
  • Page 52 Right Association Limited (APRA), or other similar organization, when radio or TV broadcasts are transmitted through the Music On Hold feature of this telecommunication system. NEC hereby disclaims any liability arising out of the failure to obtain such a license.
  • Page 53 For an overview of the supported features, refer to the detailed documentation that comes with this system, contact your local NEC Enterprise Solutions representative or the support desk of NEC Enterprise Solutions.
  • Page 54 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 UNIVERGE SV9100 System Hardware Manual. R-12...
  • Page 55 UNIVERGE ® SV9100 Chapter 1 Introduction to SV9100 ECTION ENERAL NFORMATION The SV9100 is a full-featured IP based communications system providing a rich set of existing system features, with pure Voice over IP (VoIP) communications, across corporate Local and Wide Area Networks (LAN and WAN). The DT700/DT800 series telephones provide a converged infrastructure at the desktop, with a 10Base-T/100Base-TX connection to the LAN and built-in hub for a PC connection to the telephone itself.
  • Page 56: Chapter 1 Introduction To Sv9100

    Issue 2.0 Communications between legacy stations/trunks and IP stations/IP networks are made using a VoIP daughter board, which converts packet-based voice data to TDM- based voice data, and vice versa. Both peer-to-peer connections and TDM-based connections are controlled by the CPU blade. The CPU incorporates a built-in Device Registration Server (DRS) and a single interface point of IP connection to IP telephone, PCPro and OAI / ACD servers.
  • Page 57: Figure 1-2 Simplified Sv9100 System (9.5" Base And Expansion) Connectivity

    Issue 2.0 Figure 1-2 Simplified SV9100 System (9.5” Base and Expansion) Connectivity SV9100 9.5” Base Expansion Chassis Figure 1-3 Simplified SV9100 System (19”) Connectivity SV9100 19” Expanded System SV9100 System Hardware Manual...
  • Page 58: Chapter 1 Introduction To Sv9100

    Issue 2.0 Highlights of the UNIVERGE SV9100 are as follows: Pure IP System Capable TDM Configuration  The SV9100 supports both pure IP switching (peer-to-peer connections) and Time Division Switching. The pure IP switching is provided for communications between DT700/DT800 series telephones and for CCIS/Remote Unit connections with other SV8100/SV8300/SV7000/SV9100.
  • Page 59: Table 1-1 Chassis Equipment List

    Issue 2.0 Universal Blade Slot (9.5” Base Chassis)  A 9.5” Base (CHS2UG B) chassis is used for legacy line/trunk blades. The 9.5” chassis provides three universal slots. Also, the universal slots can be used for special application blades without complicated limitation. This makes for easy quotation and installation.
  • Page 60: Table 1-2 Chassis Installation Equipment List

    Issue 2.0 Table 1-2 Chassis Installation Equipment List Stock Number Equipment Name Equipment Description BE113300(640087) CHS2UG MOVABLE WALL MOUNT Movable Wall Mount Set for CHS2UG B and CHS2UG E chassis BE106406(670019) CHS BASE UNIT Floor Mount Set for all chassis (CHS1UG and CHS2UG) BE113121 CHS2UG BLANK SLOT COVER KIT Blank Slot Cover Set...
  • Page 61: Table 1-4 Blade Equipment List

    Issue 2.0 Table 1-4 Blade Equipment List Stock Number Equipment Name Abbreviations Equipment Description BE113218(6400 GCD-CP10 Main Processor Blade for KTS BE113288 SD-A1 OT 1G-APP-CF Main Software including VRS/InMail SD Card (1GB) BE113289 SD-B1 OT 4G-APP-CF Main Software including VRS/InMail SD Card (4GB) BE114723(6401 SD-A1 UL...
  • Page 62 Issue 2.0 Table 1-4 Blade Equipment List (Continued) Stock Number Equipment Name Abbreviations Equipment Description BE114107 GCD-4LCG 4-port Single Line Telephone Interface for China. BE114108 GCD-8LCG 8-port Single Line Telephone Interface for China. BE114109 GPZ-4LCG LCDB 4-port Single Line Telephone Interface on GCD-4LCG and GCD-8LCG for China.
  • Page 63: Table 1-5 Cable Equipment List

    Issue 2.0 Table 1-5 Cable Equipment List Stock Number Equipment Name Equipment Description BE106737(670530) CHS2U BATT CA INT CHS2UG Battery Cable for Internal Battery 2U Chassis Cable A – 18.9in/480mm Cable B – 3.15in/80mm BE106738(670531) CHS2U BATT CA EXT-A Battery Cable for External Battery 6-slot Chassis Table 1-6 Digital Multiline Terminal (DT300 Series) Equipment List Stock Number...
  • Page 64: Table 1-7 Digital Multiline Terminal (Dt400 Series) Equipment List

    Issue 2.0 Table 1-6 Digital Multiline Terminal (DT300 Series) Equipment List (Continued) Stock Number Equipment Name Equipment Description BE106979(680009) DTL-12PA-1 (BK) TEL Value Digital 12-button Telephone with Power Failure Adapter for LASC BE106861 DTL-12PA-1P (BK) TEL Value Digital 12-button Telephone with Power Failure Adapter for Asia BE113809(680010) DTL-8LD-1 (BK) TEL...
  • Page 65: Table 1-8 Ip Multiline Terminal (Dt700 Series) Equipment List

    Issue 2.0 Table 1-7 Digital Multiline Terminal (DT400 Series) Equipment List (Continued) Stock Number Equipment Name Equipment Description BE113864 DTZ-24D-3P (BK) TEL Value Digital 24-button Display Telephone for DTZ-24D-3P (WH) TEL Asia BE113863 BE113809(680010) DTZ-8LD-3 (BK) TEL Value Digital 8-button Telephone (DESI-less) DTZ-8LD-3 (WH) TEL for LASC BE113808(680011)
  • Page 66: Table 1-9 Ip Multiline Terminal (Dt800 Series) Equipment List

    Issue 2.0 Table 1-8 IP Multiline Terminal (DT700 Series) Equipment List (Continued) Stock Number Equipment Name Equipment Description BE111489 ITL-12CG-3P (BK) TEL Value IP 12-button Display Telephone (Color) ITL-12CG-3P (WH) TEL for Asia BE111488 BE111486(690078) ITL-12DG-3 (BK) TEL Value IP 12-button Display Telephone (Grayscale) for LASC BE111485 ITL-12DG-3P (BK) TEL...
  • Page 67: Table 1-10 Sv9100 Optional Equipment List

    Issue 2.0 Table 1-9 IP Multiline Terminal (DT800 S ) Equipment List (Continued) ERIES Stock Number Equipment Name Equipment Description BE113803(660021) ITZ-12CG-3 (BK) TEL Value IP 12-button Display Telephone (Color) for LASC BE113860 ITZ-12CG-3P (BK) TEL Value IP 12-button Display Telephone (Color) ITZ-12CG-3P (WH) TEL for Asia BE113859...
  • Page 68 Issue 2.0 Table 1-10 SV9100 Optional Equipment List (Continued) Stock Number Equipment Name Equipment Description BE106887(680610) WM-L UNIT Wall Mount Unit BE107666(680754) DSS WM-L UNIT Wall Mount Unit for DCL-60-1 BE108179(680650) DESI ITL/DTL-2E (25 PKG) DESI Sheet for Economy 2-button Telephone (2 Part Sheet, 25 Package) BE108780(680651) DESI ITL/DTL-6DE (25 PKG)
  • Page 69 Issue 2.0 Table 1-10 SV9100 Optional Equipment List (Continued) Stock Number Equipment Name Equipment Description BE107675(680711) Panel (Wood-SLCD)-L UNIT Color Side Panel for Sophisticated Telephone LCD (Wood) BE107676(680712) Panel (Logo-Base)-L UNIT Color Side Panel for Base (Wood with Logo) BE107677(680713) Panel (Clear-Base)-L UNIT Color Side Panel for Base (Clear) BE109318(680714)
  • Page 70 Issue 2.0 Table 1-10 SV9100 Optional Equipment List (Continued) Stock Number Equipment Name Equipment Description BE108422(680762) LKPANEL(12BTN)-L Color LK panel (12button) for Value (GUNMETA) UNIT (GunMetallic) 1 set consists 10 of panels BE108423(680763) LKPANEL(12BTN)-L Color LK panel (12button) for Value (Lime (L-Green-M) UNIT Green Metallic) 1 set consists 10 of panels BE108424(680764)
  • Page 71 Issue 2.0 Table 1-10 SV9100 Optional Equipment List (Continued) Stock Number Equipment Name Equipment Description BE109012(690616) HANDSET(WIDE)-L (BK) UNIT Spare Wideband Handset HANDSET(WIDE)-L (WH) UNIT BE109011(690617) BE109004(690618) HandsetCord(12FT)-L (BK) SET Spare Handset Cord 12 Feet HandsetCord(12FT)-L (WH) SET BE109003(690619) BE109315(690627) LineCord-L (BK) SET Spare Line Cord (BK) BE108048...
  • Page 72: Issue

    Issue 2.0 1-18 Introduction to SV9100...
  • Page 73: Figure 2-1 Sv9100 System Block Diagram

    UNIVERGE ® SV9100 Chapter 2 SV9100 System Specifications ECTION ENERAL NFORMATION This chapter provides detailed specifications for the SV9100 system technician. The technician should review this information carefully before installing the system. ECTION YSTEM LOCK IAGRAM Figure 2-1 SV9100 System Block Diagram shows the Blades that can be installed in the chassis and the number of channels supported when the Blade is installed.
  • Page 74 Issue 2.0 Table 2-1 List of Abbreviations Abbreviation Description Direct Inward Dialing DIOP DID/OPX Blade Digital Multiline Terminal Interface Blade DLCB Expansion Digital Multiline Terminal Interface Blade on DLC Device Registration Server (on CPU) Direct Station Selection Console Digital Trunk Interface Digital Tone Generator (on CPU) ETHERNET Ethernet Port (on CPU)
  • Page 75 Issue 2.0 Table 2-1 List of Abbreviations Abbreviation Description Primary Rate Interface Blade Personal Station PSTN Adapter (analog) Packet Voice Application Router Blade SERIAL Serial Port (on CPU) Single Line Telephone SMDR Station Message Detail Recording TDSW Time Division Switch (on CPU) Universal Serial Bus (on CPU) GCD-VM00 UMS Blade Server Blade (SV9100 only)
  • Page 76 Issue 2.0 Figure 2-1 SV9100 System Block Diagram SV9100 System Specifications...
  • Page 77: Figure 2-2 19" Controlling And Expansion Chassis

    Issue 2.0 ECTION AXIMUM YSTEM APACITIES Trunk/Port/Channel Capacities The CHS2UG is a compact 19” chassis that has six universal slots, one expansion slot and one MPS7101 (power supply unit). When the GCD-CP10 is installed in the first CHS2UG, it is called the Controlling Chassis. Additional chassis, called Expansion Chassis, can be installed to increase the capacity of the system to meet the customer’s business needs.
  • Page 78 Issue 2.0 Table 2-2 SV9100 9.5” Gateway and 19” Maximum System Capacities – Trunks/Ports/Channels (Continued) 9.5” 19” Chassis Chassis System Number of: Maximum (CPU + 2 (6 Slots) (12 Slots) (18 Slots) (24 Slots) Slots) Analog Trunks (COT) Total 400 PRI (2M) IP Trunk (SIP) 144 *2...
  • Page 79 Issue 2.0 Figure 2-2 19” Controlling and Expansion Chassis 19” - 6 Slots 9.5” - 3 Slots 19” x 3 - 18 Slots 19” x 4 - 24 Slots IP Connection SV9100 System Hardware Manual...
  • Page 80 Issue 2.0 There are two 9.5” chassis, the Base and Expansion . The base unit has three universal slots, one expansion slot and one MPS7101 (power supply unit). The expansion unit has three universal slots, no expansion slot, and no power supply unit.
  • Page 81: Table 2-3 Sv9100 9.5" (Base And Expansion) Maximum System Capacities - Trunks/Ports/Chan

    Issue 2.0 The maximum slot and channel capacities are listed in Table 2-3 SV9100 9.5” (Base and Expansion) Maximum System Capacities – Trunks/Ports/Channels. Table 2-3 SV9100 9.5” (Base and Expansion) Maximum System Capacities – Trunks/Ports/Channels 9.5” 9.5” Base + Expansion Base System Number of:...
  • Page 82: Table 2-4 9.5" Gateway And 19" Maximum System Capacities - Chassis

    Issue 2.0 System Chassis Capacities Table 2-4 9.5” Gateway and 19” Maximum System Capacities – Chassis shows the maximum number of chassis and related equipment that can be installed in a system. Table 2-4 9.5” Gateway and 19” Maximum System Capacities – Chassis 19”...
  • Page 83: Table 2-5 9.5" Base And Expansion Maximum System Capacities - Chassis

    Issue 2.0 Table 2-5 9.5” Base and Expansion Maximum System Capacities – Chassis shows the maximum number of chassis and related equipment that can be installed in a 9.5” Base and Expansion system. Table 2-5 9.5” Base and Expansion Maximum System Capacities – Chassis 9.5”...
  • Page 84: Table 2-6 Sv9100 Maximum 9.5" Gateway And 19" System Capacities - Blades

    Issue 2.0 Blade Capacities This is determined by the maximum blade configuration allowed. When installing single line sets, DISA, or tie lines, CPU circuits must be allocated for DTMF receivers. To install single line sets with CO/PBX line access, or when installing immediate-start tie lines, CPU circuits must be allocated for dial tone detection.
  • Page 85 Issue 2.0 Table 2-6 SV9100 Maximum 9.5” Gateway and 19” System Capacities – Blades (Continued) 19” 19” 19” 9.5” Chassis Hardware Chassis Chassis Networked Chassis without with CPU Chassis Comments (NetLink) Number of Slot(s) for Interface 3 Slots 5 Slots 6 Slots 23 Slots Package...
  • Page 86: Table 2-7 Sv9100 Maximum 9.5" Base And Expansion System Capacities - Blades

    Issue 2.0 Table 2-7 SV9100 Maximum 9.5” Base and Expansion System Capacities – Blades 9.5” Base 9.5” Base 9.5” Base 9.5” Hardware Expansion Expansion Networked Base Expansion without with CPU Chassis Comments with CPU (NetLink) Number of Slot(s) for 3 Slots 5 Slots 6 Slots 23 Slots...
  • Page 87 Issue 2.0 Table 2-7 SV9100 Maximum 9.5” Base and Expansion System Capacities – Blades (Continued) 9.5” Base 9.5” Base 9.5” Base 9.5” Hardware Expansion Expansion Networked Base Expansion without with CPU Chassis Comments with CPU (NetLink) Number of Slot(s) for 3 Slots 5 Slots 6 Slots...
  • Page 88: Table 2-8 Daughter Board Combinations

    Issue 2.0 Table 2-8 Daughter Board Combinations shows each blade and associated daughter board combinations. The daughter boards that can be mounted on specific blades are indicated by a checkmark. For example, the GCD-LTA can have a GPZ-2BRIA or the daughter board mounted.
  • Page 89: Table 2-9 License Information For Asia

    Issue 2.0 ECTION ICENSING Table 2-9 License Information for Asia Table 2-10 License Information for CALA provides a list of the licensing available with the system Table 2-9 License Information for Asia Feature Name BEcode Item Name Min Max Note (WebPro/PCPro) -Netlink Node license (1-Node) with 32ch VoIP resources.
  • Page 90 Issue 2.0 Table 2-9 License Information for Asia (Continued) Feature Name BEcode Item Name Min Max Note (WebPro/PCPro) System Version license for R1 BE114043 SV9100 VERSION LIC (R1) Version R1 On/Off (License Code:0411) System Version license for R2 BE114044 SV9100 VERSION LIC (R2) Version R2 On/Off (License Code:0412)
  • Page 91 Issue 2.0 Table 2-9 License Information for Asia (Continued) Feature Name BEcode Item Name Min Max Note (WebPro/PCPro) ACD-MIS Add Monitor license SV9100 ACD-MIS MONITOR-01 BE114095 ACD-MIS Monitor (License Code:2103) ACD-MIS Agent Client license BE114096 SV9100 ACD MIS AGENT-01 LIC ACD-MIS Agent (License Code:2104) In-ACD Skill base / CID base routing SV9100 ACD SKILL/CID BASE...
  • Page 92 Issue 2.0 Table 2-9 License Information for Asia (Continued) Feature Name BEcode Item Name Min Max Note (WebPro/PCPro) Desktop Client with IP Softphone (1 client) This license is including; BE114059 SV9100 SP WITH DT-01 LIC UCS SoftPhone Enhanced 5301: UCS Soft Phone (SP310) 5303: UCS Soft Phone Enhance 5305: UCS Desktop (DT) Client UCS Client license(1 client)
  • Page 93 Issue 2.0 Table 2-9 License Information for Asia (Continued) Feature Name BEcode Item Name Min Max Note (WebPro/PCPro) Standard User is including; -BE114054(5111/5103): SV9100 IP PHONE-01 LIC BE114532 SV9100 STANDARD USER-01 -BE114056(5305): SV9100 DT CLIENT- OT LIC 01 LIC -BE114055(5201): SV9100 MOBILE EXT-01 LIC Standard Plus User is including;...
  • Page 94 Issue 2.0 Table 2-10 License Information for CALA BEcode/ Feature Name Stock Item Name Min Max Note (WebPro/PCPro) -Netlink Node license (1-Node) with 32ch VoIP resources. -This license is including; 0002: Netlink 5103: VoIP Resource (1ch) BE114067 SV9100 NETLINK NODE-01 LIC NetLink 641133 -This license number is determined...
  • Page 95 Issue 2.0 Table 2-10 License Information for CALA (Continued) BEcode/ Feature Name Stock Item Name Min Max Note (WebPro/PCPro) InMail Box license (1 client) BE114083 SV9100 I-ML VM BOX-01 LIC LA VM Box 641137 (License Code:1012) InMail E-Mail Notification Client license (1 BE114084 SV9100 I-ML EML CLT-01 LIC LA InMail Email Client client)
  • Page 96 Issue 2.0 Table 2-10 License Information for CALA (Continued) BEcode/ Feature Name Stock Item Name Min Max Note (WebPro/PCPro) In-ACD whispering license <R2> BE114152 SV9100 ACD WHISPERING LIC ACD Whispering On/Off 641159 (License Code:2106) CTI OCX license BE114080 SV9100 CTI OCX LIC LA CTI-OCX On/Off 641150...
  • Page 97 (License Code:5312) Web DT Client (1 client) BE114057 SV9100 UCS WEB CLT-01 LIC UCS Web Client 641143 (License Code:5313) PVA-PMS license (NEC PMS 60/90) BE114098 SV9100 PVA-PMS US LIC LA PVA-PMS On/Off 640819 (License Code:6201) RGA Conference Channel (8 ports)
  • Page 98 Issue 2.0 Table 2-10 License Information for CALA (Continued) BEcode/ Feature Name Stock Item Name Min Max Note (WebPro/PCPro) Standard Plus User is including; -BE114670(5201): SV9100 MOBILE EXT-01 LIC LA -BE114694(1012): SV9100 I-ML VM BOX-01 LIC LA -BE114695(1014): SV9100 I-ML EML CNT-01 LIC LA BE114717 SV9100 STD-P USER-01 LIC LA...
  • Page 99: Table 2-11 Board Power Factor Chart

    ECTION OWER ASED ALCULATOR HART The Univerge SV9100 system uses two types of power factors. For a single chassis chart refer to Table 2-10 Board Power Factor Chart. For the maximum number of specific blades per package, see Table 2-11 Maximum Number of Packages Installed.
  • Page 100: Figure 7-31 Apr-L Unit

    Issue 2.0 Table 2-13 Terminal Power Factor Chart Terminal Power Factor 19 inch Metal Chassis with Fan =<80 9.5 inch Plastic Chassis without Fan =<64 Item Power Factor DTZ-12/24D-3 TEL/DTL-12/24D-1 TEL DTZ-8LD-3 TEL/DTL-8LD-1 TEL DTZ-2E-3 TEL/DTL-2E-1 TEL DTZ-6DE-3 TEL/DTL-6DE-1 TEL BHA-L UNIT ADA-L UNIT APR-L UNIT...
  • Page 101: Table 2-14 Ip Terminal Power Factor Chart

    Issue 2.0 Table 2-14 IP Terminal Power Factor Chart Label Indication IEEE802.3 Maximum Current Without Options (Maximum Current with All Options) Terminal Class 48VDC 24VDC 48VDC 24VDC ITL-12CG-3 TEL Class 3 230mA 11.04W 450mA 10.8W 102mA 4.9W 192mA 4.62W ITZ-12CG-3 TEL ITL-12DG-3 TEL Class 3 230mA...
  • Page 102: Table 2-15 Ieee802.Af Class Specifications

    Issue 2.0 Table 2-15 IEEE802.af Class Specifications IEEE802.3af Minimum Maximum Class 4 – – Class 3 6.49W 12.95W Class 2 3.84W 6.49W Class 1 0.44W 3.84W Class 0 0.44W 12.95W 2-30 SV9100 System Specifications...
  • Page 103: Figure 2-3 Connecting The Dlc Using Twisted 2-Pair Cable

    Issue 2.0 ECTION YSTEM EQUIREMENTS AND PECIFICATIONS Cabling This section provides cabling requirements and specifications for various equipment used in the SV9100 system. Figure 2-3 Connecting the DLC Using Twisted 2-Pair Cable is a diagram of the chassis connected with each of the multiline terminals and single line telephones by a separate twisted 1-pair cable or 2-pair cable (only for multiline terminals).
  • Page 104 Issue 2.0 Table 2-16 DT400/DT300 Series Loop Resistance and Cable Length (Continued) By Twisted 1-Pair Cable Terminal or Adapter (without AC Adapter) 24 AWG DTZ-24D-3( ) TEL 1,969 ft (600m) DTL-24D-1( ) TEL 1,969 ft (600m) DTL-32D-1 ( ) TEL ...
  • Page 105: Power Requirements

    Issue 2.0 Table 2-18 Cable Connection Between Analog Port and Single Line Equipment Connected Maximum Feet from Connected Equipment Cable Equipment to Telephone ADA-L UNIT Twisted Pair 9.5 ft (2.89m) APR-L UNIT Twisted Pair 50 ft (15.24m) PSA-L UNIT Twisted Pair 1,700 ohms GBA-L UNIT Twisted Pair...
  • Page 106: Table 2-20 Power Supply Specification

    Issue 2.0 6.2.1 Power Supply Specifications Table 2-20 Power Supply Specification 110VAC 220VAC 230-240VAC 110VAC@15A 220VAC@15A 230-240VAC@15A Power Controlling/Base Controlling/Base Controlling/Base Requirements Chassis Chassis Chassis Base Chassis Base Chassis Base Chassis Power = 259VA = 262VA = 276VA Consumption 4 Chassis total 4 Chassis total (1.15Ax240V) = 1036VA...
  • Page 107: Environmental Conditions

    Issue 2.0 A dedicated outlet, separately fused and grounded for each chassis  should be installed Double Pole/Neutral Fusing (power supply fuses are located at both the L and N IMPORTANT side). 6.2.2 Power Supply Consumption Table 2-20 Power Consumption provides power consumption information for the SV9100 chassis.
  • Page 108: Outside Line Types

     Storage Humidity: 90% or less (non-condensing)  Outside Line Types The following outside lines can be used with the UNIVERGE SV9100 system. 2-wire, Loop Start or Ground Start Trunks  2-wire, 2-way DID Lines (Dial Pulse or DTMF) ...
  • Page 109 Issue 2.0  DID feature is not available for Europe and Australia market. 4-wire, E&M Tie Lines (Type I or V, Dial Pulse, or DTMF)  Digital Trunk T1/FT1 (Loop Start, Ground Start, Tie Line (E&M), or DID  Signaling) ISDN-BRI Trunks ...
  • Page 110: Network

    Network Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) allows transmission of data and voice simultaneously over one communications medium. The specifications that the UNIVERGE SV9100 system uses for switching, clock, data bus, and timeframe are shown below. TDM Switching: PCM (u/A Law) ...
  • Page 111: Dialing Specifications

    Dual-Tone Multifrequency (DTMF) Address Signaling DTMF signaling includes push button or Touchtone dialing. When a key on a telephone is pushed, two tones (one high frequency and one low frequency) are provided. In the UNIVERGE SV9100 system, the following DTMF specifications are used. Frequencies ...
  • Page 112: External Equipment Connection

    Issue 2.0 Nominal High Group Frequencies (Hz) 1209 1336 1477 Nominal Low Group Frequencies (Hz) 6.6.3 External Equipment Connection Door Phone or TV Door Phone  External Speaker via amplifier  External music source for MOH and BGM  Tape recorder for voice recording via PGDAD ...
  • Page 113: Smdr Output

    6.6.10 Relay Contact All Relay Contact Ratings: 500 mA, 24Vdc  Battery Backup The UNIVERGE SV9100 system has battery backup functions for system backup and for memory backup. 6.7.1 System Backup (Optional) During a power failure, the CHS2UG can be backed up using the CHS2UG BATT MTG KIT for a backup time of 10 minutes or one of the CHSG LARGE BATT SETs for a backup time ranging from 45~180 minutes.
  • Page 114: Weights And Dimensions

    Issue 2.0 Weights and Dimensions Table 2-21 SV9100 Weights and Dimensions shows the shipping weight, height, width and depth of each SV9100 digital multiline terminal, IP multiline terminal, term , chassis , assorted blades and adapters. Table 2-22 SV9100 Weights and Dimensions Shipping Unit Height...
  • Page 115 Issue 2.0 Table 2-22 SV9100 Weights and Dimensions (Continued) Shipping Unit Height Width Depth Weight GPZ-8DLCB 4.41 oz 0.60 in 4.72 in 5.12 in (0.125 kg) (15 mm) (120 mm) (130 mm) GCD-16DLCA 7.831 oz 1.89 in 9.45 in 7.68 in (0.222 kg) (48 mm) (240 mm)
  • Page 116 Issue 2.0 Table 2-22 SV9100 Weights and Dimensions (Continued) Shipping Unit Height Width Depth Weight CHS L BATT BOX RACK MOUNT BRACKET 352.7 oz 18.5 in 14.6 in 2.76 in (10 kg) (470 mm) (370 mm) (70 mm) CHS2UG INT BATT SET 95.24 oz 4.33 in 2.76 in...
  • Page 117 Issue 2.0 Table 2-22 SV9100 Weights and Dimensions (Continued) Shipping Unit Height Width Depth Weight DTZ-24D-3 (BK) TEL 42.33 oz 4.39 in 7.05 in 10.16 in DTZ-24D-3 (WH) TEL (1.2 kg) (111.7 mm) (179 mm) (258 mm) DTZ-8LD-3 (BK) TEL 45.6 oz 4.41 in 7.05 in...
  • Page 118 Issue 2.0 Table 2-22 SV9100 Weights and Dimensions (Continued) Shipping Unit Height Width Depth Weight Optional 8LK-L (BK) UNIT 7.05 oz 1.77 in 1.15 in 8.82 in 8LK-L (WH) UNIT (0.2 kg) (45 mm) (29.3 mm) (224 mm) 8LK-Z (BK) UNIT 7.05 oz 1.77 in 1.15 in...
  • Page 119: Tone Patterns

    Tone Patterns Table 2-22 Tone Patterns lists the frequency and the pattern for the tones. Tones are used to inform UNIVERGE SV9100 station users of system functions such as dial tone, busy tone, or ringback tone. 6.8.2 Multiline Terminal LED Flash Patterns The UNIVERGE SV9100 system has several colored LEDs installed.
  • Page 120 Issue 2.0 Table 2-23 Tone Patterns System Tone Frequency (Hz) Intermit Cycle (Fixed) (Fixed) (Default) 0.5 sec Busy Tone 480/620 60 IPM 0.5 sec 0.5 sec Call Waiting Tone 60 IPM 0.5 sec 0.25 sec Second Dial Tone 350/440 120 IPM 0.25 sec 2400 Modulation Howler Tone...
  • Page 121 Issue 2.0 Table 2-24 Multiline Terminal LED Flash Pattern Condition Color Flash Patterns I-Use Green Busy Incoming Call I-Hold Green Call Hold Line Key Hold Recall Green Transfer Recall Green Live Monitoring Mode Green Message Waiting on Line Key Microphone ON (Series i) Incoming Internal Call Incoming Outside Call...
  • Page 122: Traffic Capacity

    Issue 2.0 ECTION RAFFIC APACITY Table 2-24 Traffic Capacity Chart provides information about the traffic capacity for the basic system package and expanded system package. Table 2-25 Traffic Capacity Chart Expanded System Traffic Capacity Basic System Package Package Traffic Capacity (GCD-CP10) 9200 BHCA (Maximum) 9200 BHCA (Maximum) ...
  • Page 123: Chapter 3 Installing The Sv9100 Chassis

    UNIVERGE ® SV9100 Chapter 3 Installing the SV9100 Chassis ECTION ENERAL NFORMATION This chapter contains information to help the technician install the chassis for the SV9100 system. The technician should be familiar with this section before installing any equipment. MDF/IDF C ECTION REPARATION AND ONSTRUCTION...
  • Page 124: Surveying The Customer Site

     flooding. The chassis should not be located directly beneath pipes. Leaks or  condensation could damage the UNIVERGE SV9100 system equipment. The area where the chassis is located must be free of corrosive and  inflammable gases, excessive chemical or industrial dusts, and other materials that could cause a hazard to personnel or to the proper functioning of the equipment.
  • Page 125: Selecting A Permanent Mdf Location

    Issue 2.0 2.3.2 Selecting a Permanent MDF Location When selecting a permanent site for the MDF, the technician may encounter some of the following conditions: Limited space is available but must be used.  The available space may pose one or more environmental hazards. ...
  • Page 126: Power Failure Transfer

    Issue 2.0 The system requires a dedicated 100 - 240 VAC 50/60 Hz circuit located within seven feet of the AC receptacle. Telco should install the RJ21X to the right of the Controlling Chassis. Extension blocks should be installed to the left of the Controlling Chassis.
  • Page 127: Fax Co Branch Connection

    Inspect the equipment for any physical damage. If you are not sure about the function of a component, review the associated information within this manual. Contact your authorized NEC Sales Representative if you have additional questions. Note that the chassis does not initially contain any blades.
  • Page 128: Installing The 19" (Chs2Ug) Chassis

    Issue 2.0 Follow safety precautions indicated in section 2.1 Precautionary Information: on  page 3-1. Determine the type of mounting (wall, floor, stand or rack) to be used.  Installing the 19” (CHS2UG) Chassis The CHS2UG chassis has six universal blade slots for legacy line/trunk blade (Single Line Telephone Interface, Digital multiline terminal Interface, Central Office Trunk, ISDN PRI Interface, etc.).
  • Page 129: Figure 3-1 Chs2Ug Chassis (Front View)

    Issue 2.0 Figure 3-1 CHS2UG Chassis (Front View) Universal Slot for Legacy Line/Trunk blades and Application blades (six slots). When used as controlling chassis, the GCD-CP10 is mounted in Slot 1 (shown). Slot for GPZ-BS10/GPZ-BS11 blade – Connection with CHS2UG chassis Power Switch Figure 3-2 CHS2UG Chassis (Rear View) AC Connector...
  • Page 130: Installing The 19" Controlling Chassis

    Issue 2.0 3.3.1 Installing the 19” Controlling Chassis Ensure the chassis is powered down. Do not remove or install blades with the power on. WARNING Align the GCD-CP10 blade with the Slot 1 guides of the Controlling Chassis. Figure 3-3 19” Controlling Chassis – Guides Slot 1 Slide the GCD-CP10 blade into the chassis until resistance (back plane) is felt.
  • Page 131: Installing Expansion Blades In The 19" Chassis (Optional)

    The Expansion cable connects the Controlling Chassis and its GPZ-BS10 interface to the second, third, and fourth GPZ-BS11 interface. Use only the CAT 5 cables provided by NEC to make the connections between the Controlling and Expansion Chassis. The GPZ-BS10 provides: Communication Processor Interface for data handling through ...
  • Page 132: Connector Pin-Out On The Gpz-Bs10/Gpz-Bs11

    Issue 2.0 3.3.2.1 Connector Pin-Out on the GPZ-BS10/GPZ-BS11 Table 3-3 GPZ-BS10/GPZ-BS11 Connector Pin-Out RJ-61 Cable Connector GPZ-BS10 – CN2, CN3, CN 4 GPZ-BS11 – CN3 Pin No. Connection HW_UP (+) HW_UP (-) HW_DWN (+) FS (+) FS (-) HW_DWN (-) CK8M (+) CK8M (-) 3.3.2.2...
  • Page 133: Figure 3-7 Gpz-Bs10 Expansion Bay In Controlling Chassis

    Issue 2.0 Figure 3-7 GPZ-BS10 Expansion Bay in Controlling Chassis Expansion Bay From the left side of the chassis, pull cover outward to expose the expansion bay. Figure 3-8 Open Base Chassis Cover Pull the cover toward you to remove. ...
  • Page 134: Figure 3-9 Gpz-Bs10 Blade Guides

    Issue 2.0 Align the GPZ-BS10 blade with the guides located in the expansion bay. Figure 3-9 GPZ-BS10 Blade Guides Slide the GPZ-BS10 blade into the chassis until resistance (back plane) is felt. Figure 3-10 Installing GPZ-BS10 Blade in Expansion Bay Gently push until the blade seats and install the supplied retaining screw.
  • Page 135: Install The Gpz-Bs11 Expansion Blade In The Chs2Ug Expansion Chassis

    Issue 2.0 Figure 3-11 GPZ-BS10 Blade Installed Close the GPZ-BS10 cover. Figure 3-12 GPZ-BS10 Installed (Cover Closed) 3.3.2.3 Install the GPZ-BS11 Expansion Blade in the CHS2UG Expansion Chassis Figure 3-13 GPZ-BS11 Components For the Expansion Chassis to function, the GPZ-BS10 blade must be installed in Controlling CAUTION Chassis.
  • Page 136: Figure 3-14 Gpz-Bs11 Expansion Bay In Expansion Chassis

    Issue 2.0 Do not remove or install this blade with the power WARNING Ensure the chassis is powered down. Locate the door positioned on the left end (expansion bay) of the Expansion Chassis. Figure 3-14 GPZ-BS11 Expansion Bay in Expansion Chassis Expansion Bay From the left side of the chassis, pull cover outward to expose the expansion bay (refer to...
  • Page 137: Figure 3-16 Gpz-Bs11 Blade Guides

    Issue 2.0 Align the GPZ-BS11 blade with the guides located within the expansion bay. Figure 3-16 GPZ-BS11 Blade Guides Slide the GPZ-BS11 blade into the chassis until resistance (back plane) is felt. Figure 3-17 Installing GPZ-BS11 Blade in Expansion Chassis Gently push until the blade seats and install the supplied retaining screw.
  • Page 138: Figure 3-18 Gpz-Bs11 Blade Installed

    Issue 2.0 Align the door tabs with hinges and reattach the cover. Figure 3-18 GPZ-BS11 Blade Installed Close the GPZ-BS11 blade cover. Figure 3-19 GPZ-BS11 Installed (Cover Closed) 3-16 Installing the SV9100 Chassis...
  • Page 139: Connect The Controlling And Expansion Chassis

    Controlling Chassis GPZ-BS10 Ensure Controlling and Expansion chassis are powered down. Using the NEC provided CAT5 straight-through cable(s), attach one end to each Expansion Chassis CN2 connector on the GPZ-BS11 blade (see Figure 3-21 System Expansion Cabling on page 3-18).
  • Page 140: Figure 3-21 System Expansion Cabling

    Issue 2.0 Figure 3-21 System Expansion Cabling Install in Expansion Chassis Install in Expansion Chassis Install in Expansion Chassis Install in Controlling Chassis Repeat for additional Expansion Chassis. 3-18 Installing the SV9100 Chassis...
  • Page 141: Install Grounding On 19" Chassis

    Issue 2.0 3.3.3 Install Grounding on 19” Chassis From the factory, the SG, ETH and PBXG grounds are located inside the chassis and are connected to the FG ground (frame ground) on the back of the chassis. Each chassis (CHS2UG) in the system must be grounded separately using the procedure listed below.
  • Page 142: Install Ac Power Cords On 19" Chassis

    Issue 2.0 Figure 3-23 19” Chassis Grounding Lug (Multiple-Chassis) FG Lugs Electrical Service Ground 3.3.5 Install AC Power Cords on 19” Chassis Locate the supplied AC power cord and attach to the AC Inlet located on the back of the Controlling Chassis. Figure 3-24 Install the AC Power Cord CHS2UG AC Inlet...
  • Page 143: Install Ac Power Cords On Multiple 19" Chassis (Optional)

    Issue 2.0 3.3.6 Install AC Power Cords on Multiple 19” Chassis (Optional) To install the AC power cords, locate the supplied AC power cords and attach to the AC Inlets located on the back of the Controlling and Expansion Chassis. Figure 3-25 Install 19”...
  • Page 144: Installing The 9.5" Gateway (Chs2Ug Gw) And Base (Chs2Ug B) Chassis

    Issue 2.0 Installing the 9.5” Gateway (CHS2UG GW) and Base (CHS2UG B) Chassis The CHS2UG GW and the CHS2UG B chassis have three universal blade slots for station, trunk and optional blades. Before proceeding with installation of chassis, ensure site preparation is completed.
  • Page 145: Install Grounding On 9.5" Gateway Or Base Chassis

    Issue 2.0 Figure 3-27 9.5” Chassis (Rear View) CHS2UG B Chassis For External Battery AC Inlet Ground (12V Connection) 3.4.1 Install Grounding on 9.5” Gateway or Base Chassis Ensure the 9.5” chassis (CHS2UG GW or CHS2UG B) is powered off and the AC power cord is unplugged.
  • Page 146: Installing The 9.5" Base (Chs2Ug B) And Expansion (Chs2Ug E) Chassis

    Issue 2.0 Installing the 9.5” Base (CHS2UG B) and Expansion (CHS2UG E) Chassis The CHS2UG B and CHS2UG E chassis combined have six universal blade slots for legacy line/trunk blade (Single Line Telephone Interface, Digital multiline terminal Interface, Central Office Trunk, ISDN PRI Interface, etc.), In-skin Application Blades (In-skin UMS, In-Skin Router, etc.).
  • Page 147: Connecting The 9.5" Base And Expansion Chassis

    Issue 2.0 The 9.5" Base chassis provides up to 16 trunk ports or 32 extension ports. An Expansion Chassis can be installed to the right of the Controlling or Base Chassis providing an additional 48 ports (40 trunk/ 80 stations maximum) and can include any combination of stations and trunks below this number.
  • Page 148: Figure 3-30 Installing The Expansion Bracket

    Issue 2.0 Match the Joint Bracket with screw holes A, B, C and D on the side of the Base Chassis (refer to Figure 3-30 Installing the Expansion Bracket), and install with four M4 x 14 screws. Figure 3-30 Installing the Expansion Bracket From the Expansion Chassis, loosen and remove screws d and e from the top cover (refer to Figure 3-31 Remove Expansion Chassis...
  • Page 149: Figure 3-32 Connecting The Base And Expansion Chassis

    Issue 2.0 Align the Backboard Connector on the Expansion and Base chassis (refer to Figure 3-32 Connecting the Base and Expansion Chassis), and push the two chassis together. Figure 3-32 Connecting the Base and Expansion Chassis Secure the Base and Expansion chassis using four screws in holes D and E on the top (refer to Figure 3-33 Securing the Expansion Chassis to the Expansion...
  • Page 150: Figure 3-35 Installing Reinforcement Bracket

    Issue 2.0 Figure 3-34 Install Expansion Chassis Cover Using two screws, secure the Base and Expansion chassis together with the metal reinforcement bracket provided. Be sure to mount the Reinforcement Bracket with the 9.5 inch Base and Expansion Chassis in the vertical position. IMPORTANT The Reinforcement Bracket and two screws are provided with the 9.5 inch Chassis.
  • Page 151: Installing Expansion Blades In The 9.5" Base And Expansion Chassis (Optional)

    The Expansion cable connects the Controlling Chassis and its GPZ-BS10 interface to the second, third, and fourth GPZ-BS11 interface. Use only the CAT 5 cables provided by NEC to make the connections between the Controlling and Expansion Chassis. The GPZ-BS10 provides: Communication Processor Interface for data handling through ...
  • Page 152: Connector Pin-Out On The Gpz-Bs10/Gpz-Bs11

    Issue 2.0 3.5.2.1 Connector Pin-Out on the GPZ-BS10/GPZ-BS11 Table 3-4 GPZ-BS10/GPZ-BS11 Connector Pin-Out RJ-61 Cable Connector GPZ-BS10 – CN2, CN3, CN 4 GPZ-BS11 – CN3 Pin No. Connection HW_UP (+) HW_UP (-) HW_DWN (+) FS (+) FS (-) HW_DWN (-) CK8M (+) CK8M (-) 3.5.2.2...
  • Page 153: Figure 3-41 Chs2Ug B Expansion Bay

    Issue 2.0 Figure 3-37 CHS2UG B Expansion Bay Pull the cover toward you to remove. Cover must be removed prior to installation of GPZ-BS10 blade. IMPORTANT Remove knockout in center of cover. Align the GPZ-BS10 blade with the guides located in the expansion bay.
  • Page 154: Figure 3-38 Installing The Gpz-Bs10

    Issue 2.0 Figure 3-38 Installing the GPZ-BS10 Install the supplied retaining screw (refer to Figure 3-38 Installing the GPZ-BS10). Insert tabs a, b and c into holes A, B and C (refer to Figure 3-39 Completing the Installation) and close the cover. Figure 3-39 Completing the Installation 3-32 Installing the SV9100 Chassis...
  • Page 155: Figure 3-40 Gpz-Bs11 Components

    Issue 2.0 3.5.2.3 Install the GPZ-BS11 Expansion Blade in the CHS2UG B Expansion Chassis Figure 3-40 GPZ-BS11 Components For the Expansion Chassis to function, the GPZ-BS10 blade must be installed in Controlling CAUTION Chassis. Do not remove or install this blade with the power WARNING Ensure the chassis is powered down.
  • Page 156: Figure 3-42 Installing The Gpz-Bs11

    Issue 2.0 Align the GPZ-BS11 blade with the guides located in the expansion bay. Slide the GPZ-BS11 blade into the chassis until resistance (back plane) is felt. Figure 3-42 Installing the GPZ-BS11 Install the supplied retaining screw. Insert tabs a, b and c into holes A, B and C (refer to Figure 3-43 Completing the Installation) and close the cover.
  • Page 157: Figure 3-44 System Expansion Cabling

    CAUTION cabling Ensure Controlling and Expansion chassis are powered down. Using the NEC provided CAT5 straight-through cable(s), attach one end to each Expansion Chassis CN2 connector on the GPZ-BS11 blade (see Figure 3-44 System Expansion Cabling). Attach the opposite end to the CN2, CN3 or CN4 connector on the GPZ-BS10 of the Controlling Chassis.
  • Page 158: Figure 3-45 9.5" Chassis (Rear View)

    Issue 2.0 EXAMPLE: 0 CHS2UG (19” Chassis) & 4 CHS2UG B/CHS2UG E (9.5” Base Chassis/9.5” Expansion Chassis) 1 CHS2UG (19” Chassis) & 3 CHS2UG B/CHS2UG E (9.5” Base Chassis/9.5” Expansion Chassis) 2 CHS2UG (19” Chassis) & 2 CHS2UG B/CHS2UG E (9.5” Base Chassis/9.5”...
  • Page 159: Install Grounding On Multiple 9.5" Base And Expansion Chassis

    Issue 2.0 3.5.4 Install Grounding on Multiple 9.5” Base and Expansion Chassis From the factory, the SG, ETH and PBXG grounds are located inside the chassis and are connected to the FG ground (frame ground) on the back of the chassis. Each chassis (CHS2UG B) in the system must be grounded separately using the procedure listed below.
  • Page 160: Figure 3-46 Wall Mount Spacing Guide (19" Chassis)

    ❍ chassis will be positioned. This allows secure anchoring of the screws which support the weight of the chassis. Due to chassis weight, NEC recommends only a single ❍ CHS2UG chassis per wall mount. Use the template shown in Figure 3-46 Wall Mount Spacing Guide (19”...
  • Page 161 Issue 2.0 Figure 3-46 Wall Mount Spacing Guide (19” Chassis) Mark and drill the six holes required for a wall installation. Align screw holes in wall mount brackets with drilled holes. Using six screws, secure the two wall mount brackets to the wall. SV9100 System Hardware Manual 3-39...
  • Page 162: Figure 3-47 Install Wall Mount Brackets With Screws

    Issue 2.0 Figure 3-47 Install Wall Mount Brackets with Screws 3-40 Installing the SV9100 Chassis...
  • Page 163: Figure 3-48 Securing Metal Fittings To Chassis With Screws

    Issue 2.0 Using four screws, secure the metal fittings on the Left and Right sides of the 19” chassis. Figure 3-48 Securing Metal Fittings to Chassis with Screws SV9100 System Hardware Manual 3-41...
  • Page 164: Figure 3-49 Secure Metal Fitting To Upper Wall Mount Bracket With A Screw

    Issue 2.0 Align the metal fitting with the upper wall mount bracket. The lower metal fitting rests against the lower wall mount bracket. Secure the metal fitting and upper wall mount bracket with a single screw. Figure 3-49 Secure Metal Fitting to Upper Wall Mount Bracket with a Screw 3-42 Installing the SV9100 Chassis...
  • Page 165: Figure 3-50 Secure Metal Fitting To Lower Wall Mount Bracket With Screws

    Issue 2.0 Using two screws, secure the metal fitting to the lower wall mount bracket. Refer to Figure 3-50 Secure Metal Fitting to Lower Wall Mount Bracket with Screws for screw location. Figure 3-50 Secure Metal Fitting to Lower Wall Mount Bracket with Screws Attach the supplied cable support bracket to either end of the lower wall mount bracket with a single screw (refer to Figure 3-51 Attach...
  • Page 166: Figure 3-51 Attach Cable Support Bracket To Lower Wall Mount Bracket

    Issue 2.0 Figure 3-51 Attach Cable Support Bracket to Lower Wall Mount Bracket 3-44 Installing the SV9100 Chassis...
  • Page 167: Figure 3-52 Attachment Locations Of Cable Support Bracket

    Issue 2.0 The cable support bracket can be installed any of the four corners of the 19” chassis (refer to Figure 3-52 Attachment Locations of Cable Support Bracket on page 3-45). Figure 3-52 Attachment Locations of Cable Support Bracket Connect the ground wire to all chassis. Refer to 3.3.3 Install Grounding on 19”...
  • Page 168: Figure 3-53 Wall Mount Positioning For 9.5" Base/Expansion Chassis

    Issue 2.0 Wall Mounting the 9.5” Gateway (CHS2UG GW) and Base (CHS2UG B) Chassis When wall mounting the chassis, ensure the wall can support the weight of the chassis and (25 lbs per system chassis ---- including blades, cords, power supply, etc.).
  • Page 169: Figure 3-54 Wall Mount Spacing Guide (9.5" Chassis)

    Issue 2.0 When mounting the Expansion chassis, leave a space of approximately 0.4 in  (10mm) between the two for the EXIFU cable. Figure 3-54 Wall Mount Spacing Guide (9.5” Chassis) Use the template shown in Figure 3-54 Wall Mount Spacing Guide (9.5”...
  • Page 170: Figure 3-55 Anchor Bolt From Wall (9.5" Chassis)

    Issue 2.0 Figure 3-55 Anchor Bolt from Wall (9.5” Chassis) Align the upper bracket holes a and b with the heads of anchor bolts A and B mounted on the wall and slide downward (refer to Figure 3-56 Align Bracket on Wall (9.5” Chassis)).
  • Page 171: Figure 3-57 Install Upper Bracket (9.5" Chassis)

    Issue 2.0 Align holes E and F on the MV bracket (upper) with holes on the 9.5 inch Basic Chassis (CHS2UG B). Install 2 M4 x 14 screws. 2 M4 x 14 screws are provided with the CHS2UG - MOVABLE WALL MOUNT KIT.
  • Page 172: Figure 3-58 Optional Small Battery Box (9.5" Chassis)

    Issue 2.0 Figure 3-58 Optional Small Battery Box (9.5” Chassis) Align holes G and H on the MV bracket (lower) with holes on the 9.5 inch Basic Chassis (CHS2UG B). Install 2 M4 x 14 screws. 2 M4 x 14 screws are provided with the CHS2UG - MOVABLE WALL MOUNT KIT.
  • Page 173: Figure 3-60 Install Lower Bracket (9.5" Chassis)

    Issue 2.0 Remove the tape preventing the pin washers from falling off the bottom of the wall mounting bracket. Align the pins shown in step 4 above, with the hinges on the upper and lower brackets mounted on the 9.5 inch Base (CHS2UG B) chassis. Figure 3-60 Install Lower Bracket (9.5”...
  • Page 174: Figure 3-62 Install The Shaft (9.5" Chassis)

    Issue 2.0 Attach the shaft from the mounted wall bracket to the lower bracket and secure using the supplied retaining washer. Figure 3-62 Install the Shaft (9.5” Chassis) Using the 2 M3 x 6 spring washer screws supplied, install the stopper between the chassis and the wall mounted bracket.
  • Page 175: Figure 3-64 Chassis Installed (9.5" Chassis)

    Issue 2.0 Lift the shaft and close the 9.5 inch chassis. To secure the chassis to the wall, tighten the knurled screws located on the upper and lower brackets. Figure 3-64 Chassis Installed (9.5” Chassis) Connect grounding wire to chassis. Refer to Chapter 4 paragraph Installing the 9.5”...
  • Page 176: Figure 3-65 Wall Mount Spacing Guide (Base And Expansion Chassis)

    Issue 2.0 4.2.1.1 Wall Mounting the 9.5” Base (CHS2UG B) and Expansion (CHS2UG E) Chassis Figure 3-65 Wall Mount Spacing Guide (Base and Expansion Chassis) Use the template shown in Figure 3-65 Wall Mount Spacing Guide (Base and Expansion Chassis) for required spacing before drilling.
  • Page 177: Figure 3-66 Anchor Bolt From Wall (9.5" Chassis)

    Issue 2.0 Figure 3-66 Anchor Bolt from Wall (9.5” Chassis) Remove the M4 x 8 screws from the wall mount bracket. Use the screw holes marked with the number 2 on the upper and lower brackets. Figure 3-67 Remove Support Bracket (Base and Expansion Chassis) SV9100 System Hardware Manual 3-55...
  • Page 178: Figure 3-68 Install Support Bracket (Base And Expansion Chassis)

    Issue 2.0 Turn the support 90° and install the M4 x 8 screws previously removed. Figure 3-68 Install Support Bracket (Base and Expansion Chassis) Attach the MV bracket (upper and lower) to the 9.5 inch Base and Expansion chassis. Refer to section 4.2.1 Option 1 –...
  • Page 179: Figure 3-69 Chassis Installed (Base And Expansion Chassis)

    Issue 2.0 Figure 3-69 Chassis Installed (Base and Expansion Chassis) Connect grounding wire to chassis. Refer to Chapter 4 paragraph 3.5 Installing the 9.5” Base (CHS2UG B) and Expansion (CHS2UG E) Chassis on page 3-24 for complete details on grounding the system. Refer to 3.5.5 Install AC Power Cord on 9.5”...
  • Page 180: Figure 3-70 Wall Mount Spacing Guide (9.5" Chassis)

    Issue 2.0 4.2.2 Option 2 – Wall Mounting the 9.5 inch Base CHS2UG B Chassis Figure 3-70 Wall Mount Spacing Guide (9.5” Chassis) Use the template shown in Figure 3-54 Wall Mount Spacing Guide (9.5” Chassis) for required spacing before drilling. Plywood should first be installed on the wall where the chassis will be positioned.
  • Page 181: Figure 3-71 Anchor Bolt From Wall (9.5" Chassis)

    Issue 2.0 Figure 3-71 Anchor Bolt from Wall (9.5” Chassis) 4.2.2.1 Wall Mounting the CHS2UG B without the CHS2UG B Small Batt Box Align the bracket halves (refer to Figure 3-72 Wall Mounting Brackets (Option 2)). Figure 3-72 Wall Mounting Brackets (Option 2) SV9100 System Hardware Manual 3-59...
  • Page 182: Figure 3-73 Install Upper Bracket (Option 2)

    Issue 2.0 Align holes E and F on the MV bracket (upper) with holes on the 9.5 inch Basic Chassis (CHS2UG B). Install 2 M4 x 14 screws. M4 x 14 screws are provided with the WALL MOUNT BRACKET. Figure 3-73 Install Upper Bracket (Option 2) Align holes G and H on the MV bracket (lower) with holes on the 9.5 inch Basic Chassis (CHS2UG B).
  • Page 183: Figure 3-75 Install Screws (Option 2)

    Issue 2.0 Align the upper and lower bracket holes with the heads of anchor bolts mounted on the wall and slide downward (refer to Figure 3-75 Install Screws (Option 2)). Figure 3-75 Install Screws (Option 2) Attach the MV bracket (upper and lower) to the 9.5 inch Base and Expansion chassis.
  • Page 184: Figure 3-76 Wall Mount Spacing Guide - 9.5" Base And Expansion Chassis

    Issue 2.0 Figure 3-76 Wall Mount Spacing Guide – 9.5” Base and Expansion Chassis Connect grounding wire to chassis. Refer to Chapter 4 paragraph Installing the 9.5” Base (CHS2UG B) and Expansion (CHS2UG E) Chassis on page 3-24 for complete details on grounding the system. Refer to 3.5.5 Install AC Power Cord on 9.5”...
  • Page 185: Figure 3-77 Wall Mounting (Small Batt Box)

    Issue 2.0 4.2.2.2 Wall Mounting the CHS2UG B with the CHS2UG B Small Batt Box To install the CHS2UG B SMALL BATT BOX refer to section Installing the CHS2UG B SMALL BATT BOX on the 9.5” CHS2UG B Chassis on page 3-104 Align the bracket halves (refer to Figure 3-72 Wall Mounting Brackets (Option...
  • Page 186: Figure 3-78 Brackets (Small Batt Box)

    Issue 2.0 Figure 3-78 Brackets (Small Batt Box) 3-64 Installing the SV9100 Chassis...
  • Page 187: Figure 3-79 Reposition Brackets (Small Batt Box)

    Issue 2.0 Align the holes marked as R and F. Figure 3-79 Reposition Brackets (Small Batt Box) SV9100 System Hardware Manual 3-65...
  • Page 188: Figure 3-80 Install Screws (Small Batt Box)

    Issue 2.0 Install the four screws previously removed. Figure 3-80 Install Screws (Small Batt Box) Align the brackets with the holes on the sides of the 9.5 inch Basic Chassis (CHS2UG B). Install 2 M4 x 14 screws. Figure 3-81 Wall Mount – Upper Side (Small Batt Box) 3-66 Installing the SV9100 Chassis...
  • Page 189: Figure 3-82 Wall Mount - Lower Side (Small Batt Box)

    Issue 2.0 Figure 3-82 Wall Mount – Lower Side (Small Batt Box) Align the upper and lower bracket holes with the heads of anchor bolts mounted on the wall and slide downward. Connect grounding wire to chassis. Refer to Chapter 4 paragraph 3.5 Installing the 9.5”...
  • Page 190: Figure 3-83 Floor Mount Spacing Guide

    Issue 2.0 ECTION LOOR OUNTING THE HASSIS Floor Mounting the 19” (CHS2UG) Chassis The CHS2UG controlling and expansion chassis can be mounted on the floor using the CHS BASE UNIT and the CHS2UG JOINT BRACKET KIT. 5.1.1 CHS2UG Chassis Installation Use the template shown in Figure 3-83 Floor Mount Spacing Guide for required spacing before drilling holes for 0.39”...
  • Page 191: Figure 3-85 Install Rubber Feet (19" Chassis)

    Issue 2.0 location. Figure 3-84 Secure CHS BASE UNIT with Anchor Bolts Install the five rubber feet to the bottom of the chassis. Figure 3-85 Install Rubber Feet (19” Chassis) Position the chassis on top of the CHS BASE UNIT. SV9100 System Hardware Manual 3-69...
  • Page 192: Figure 3-86 Install Chs2Ug Joint Bracket Kit

    Issue 2.0 Secure the chassis to the CHS BASE UNIT using eight screws supplied with the CHS2UG JOINT BRACKET KIT. Figure 3-86 Install CHS2UG JOINT BRACKET KIT Connect the ground wire to all chassis. Refer to 3.3.3 Install Grounding on 19” Chassis on page 3-19 for complete details on grounding the system.
  • Page 193: Figure 3-87 Install Rubber Feet For Multiple Chassis

    Issue 2.0 5.1.2 Multiple CHS2UG Chassis Installation Expansion chassis can be secured to the CHS BASE UNIT and require an additional CHS2UG JOINT BRACKET KIT per chassis. Install the five rubber feet to the bottom of each chassis. Figure 3-87 Install Rubber Feet for Multiple Chassis Using supplied screws in the CHS2UG JOINT BRACKET KIT, attach metal brackets to both ends of the 19”...
  • Page 194: Figure 3-89 Assemble Stand Mount With Screws

    Issue 2.0 Connect the ground wire to all chassis. Refer to 3.3.3 Install Grounding on 19” Chassis on page 3-19 for complete details on grounding the system. Refer to 3.3.5 Install AC Power Cords on 19” Chassis on page 3-20 continue installation of the chassis or, Chapter 6 paragraph Installation and Safety Precautions on page 4-4 for installation of...
  • Page 195: Figure 3-90 Secure Chs2Ug Chassis To Chs2Ug Stand Kit (K) With Screws

    Figure 3-91 Secure Stand Mount to Floor with Screws on page 3-74) To prevent possible damage to the 19” chassis due to falling, NEC recommends screws be installed in the stand mount brackets as soon as possible. WARNING SV9100 System Hardware Manual...
  • Page 196 Issue 2.0 Figure 3-91 Secure Stand Mount to Floor with Screws Connect the ground wire to all chassis. Refer to 3.3.3 Install Grounding on 19” Chassis on page 3-19 for complete details on grounding the system. Refer to 3.3.5 Install AC Power Cords on 19” Chassis on page 3-20 continue installation of the chassis or, Chapter 6 paragraph Installation and Safety Precautions on page 4-4 for installation of...
  • Page 197: Figure 3-92 Attach Rubber Feet To Chs2Ug Chassis

    Issue 2.0 6.1.2 Multiple CHS2UG Chassis Installation Expansion chassis (maximum of three) can be added to the CHS2UG STAND KIT (K) and require an additional CHS2UG STAND KIT (EXT) per chassis. Install the five rubber feet to the bottom of each chassis. Figure 3-92 Attach Rubber Feet to CHS2UG Chassis Each additional chassis requires a CHS2UG STAND KIT (EXT) to be installed (refer to...
  • Page 198: Figure 3-93 Install Additional Chs2Ug Stand Kit (Ext)

    Issue 2.0 Figure 3-93 Install Additional CHS2UG STAND KIT (EXT) Expansion Plates Metal brackets from the CHS2UG JOINT BRACKET KITs are required to secure the top end of the chassis with screws. See Figure 3-94 Install Additional Brackets from CHS2UG JOINT BRACKET KIT on page 3-77.
  • Page 199: Figure 3-94 Install Additional Brackets From Chs2Ug Joint Bracket Kit

    Figure 3-94 Install Additional Brackets from CHS2UG JOINT BRACKET KIT). To prevent possible damage to the 19” chassis due to falling, NEC recommends screws be installed in the stand mount brackets as soon as possible. WARNING Connect the ground wire to all chassis. Refer to 3.3.3 Install...
  • Page 200: Figure 3-95 Attaching The Base Stand

    Issue 2.0 Stand Mounting the 9.5” CHS2UG B Chassis The 9.5” chassis can be stand mounted using the brackets supplied. The following section describes this procedure. This bracket is not for use with a combined Base (CHS2UG B) and Expansion (CHS2UG E) chassis. A combined Base and Expansion chassis should only be rack or wall mounted.
  • Page 201: Figure 3-96 9.5" Chassis With Base Stand Attached

    Issue 2.0 When attaching the stand unit to the 9.5” Base chassis, ensure the shape of the stand unit aligns with the shape of the 9.5” chassis NOTE Figure 3-96 9.5” Chassis with Base Stand Attached Install tab slots D, E, F, G, H and I of either bracket (stand unit brackets can be mounted on the left or right side), on tabs d, e, f, g, h and i of the stand unit.
  • Page 202: Figure 3-98 Attaching The Second Stand Unit Bracket

    Issue 2.0 Install tab slots J, K, L, M, N and O of the remaining bracket on tabs j, k, l, m, n and o on the opposite side of the stand unit. Figure 3-98 Attaching the Second Stand Unit Bracket Align the support bracket with holes P and Q on the stand unit brackets and secure using the two M3 x 8 screws provided.
  • Page 203: Figure 3-100 Stand Mount 9.5" Chassis

    Figure 3-100 Stand Mount 9.5” Chassis Secure the 9.5” assembly to a flat surface with the four screws supplied. To prevent possible damage to the 19” chassis due to falling, NEC recommends screws be installed in the stand mount brackets as soon as possible.
  • Page 204: Figure 3-101 Chs2Ug Rack Mount Brackets

    Issue 2.0 ECTION OUNTING THE HASSIS Rack Mounting the 19” (CHS2UG) Chassis A single or multiple chassis can be rack mounted. Controlling and Expansion chassis can be racked mounted by stacking them horizontally. The 19” chassis requires two rack mount brackets per chassis for mounting. Each 19"...
  • Page 205: Figure 3-103 Rack Mount 19" Chs2Ug

    Issue 2.0 Repeat for additional chassis mounting. Figure 3-102 Rack Mount Bracket Installed 19” CHS2UG Carefully slide the chassis into desired location in the rack. Make sure the hooks on the mounting bracket are inserted into the back of the chassis, securing it in place.
  • Page 206: Figure 3-104 Attach Rack Mount Brackets To 9.5" Chassis

    Issue 2.0 Refer to 3.3.5 Install AC Power Cords on 19” Chassis on page 3-20 continue installation of the chassis or, Chapter 6 paragraph 2.1 Installation and Safety Precautions on page 4-4 for installation of blades. Rack Mounting the 9.5” Base (CHS2UG B) and Expansion (CHS2UG E) Chassis To rack mount the combined Base (CHS2UG B) and Expansion (CHS2UG E) chassis, the IP5D-RACK MOUNT BAR SET is required.
  • Page 207: Figure 3-105 Attach Horizontal Rack Bars

    Issue 2.0 Attach the two horizontal rack bars at the correct positions on the rack with the screws provided. The bars are used to secure the chassis vertically in the rack. Figure 3-105 Attach Horizontal Rack Bars Secure the (CHS2UG B) and (CHS2UG E) chassis to the horizontal bars using two screws at each point (refer to Figure 3-106 Attach (CHS2UG B) and (CHS2UG E) Chassis to Rack on page...
  • Page 208: Figure 3-106 Attach (Chs2Ug B) And (Chs2Ug E) Chassis To Rack

    Issue 2.0 Figure 3-106 Attach (CHS2UG B) and (CHS2UG E) Chassis to Rack Connect grounding wire to chassis. Refer to paragraph 3.5.4 Install Grounding on Multiple 9.5” Base and Expansion Chassis on page 3-37 complete details on grounding the system. Refer to 3.5.5 Install AC Power Cord on 9.5”...
  • Page 209: Figure 3-107 Removing Battery Access Panel

    Issue 2.0 ECTION ATTERY ONNECTION Two types of battery connection provide battery life during a power failure, the internal battery and an external battery with CHSG LARGE BATT BOX. Installing the Internal Batteries 19” (CHS2UG) Chassis An internal battery source using two batteries can be installed using the CHS2UG BATT MTG KIT (mounting kit) and CHS2U BATT CABLE INT (internal cabling).
  • Page 210: Figure 3-108 Removing Access Panel

    Issue 2.0 Remove access panel containing the fan. Refer to Figure 3-108 Removing Access Panel Figure 3-109 Access Panel Removed. Figure 3-108 Removing Access Panel Figure 3-109 Access Panel Removed 3-88 Installing the SV9100 Chassis...
  • Page 211: Figure 3-110 Secure Cable In Support Bracket

    Issue 2.0 Using tie wraps, secure CHS2U BATT CABLE INT in cable guide bracket. Figure 3-110 Secure Cable in Support Bracket With supplied screw, install cable guide in chassis. Figure 3-111 Installing Cable Support Guide Install two 2.3 AH-12V batteries (locally procured) into the CHS2UG BATT MTG KIT (refer to Figure 3-112 Installing Two Batteries on page 3-90).
  • Page 212: Figure 3-112 Installing Two Batteries

    Issue 2.0 Figure 3-112 Installing Two Batteries Using the supplied screws, secure the brackets to the CHS2UG BATT MTG KIT (refer to Figure 3-112 Installing Two Batteries). Connect the provided battery cables to the batteries. Figure 3-113 Installing Battery Cable 3-90 Installing the SV9100 Chassis...
  • Page 213: Figure 3-114 Connecting Chs2U Batt Cable Int

    Issue 2.0 Connect CHS2U BATT CABLE INT to battery connector. Figure 3-114 Connecting CHS2U BATT CABLE INT Install CHS2UG BATT MTG KIT into CHS2UG chassis and tighten the retaining screws. Figure 3-115 Installing Battery Tray into CHS2UG Chassis SV9100 System Hardware Manual 3-91...
  • Page 214: Figure 3-116 Installing The Access Panel

    Issue 2.0 Reinstall access panel containing the fan and secure with supplied screw. Figure 3-116 Installing the Access Panel Connect grounding and AC power cable. Installing the External Batteries 19” (CHS2UG) Chassis An optional (locally procured), external battery source can be used to provide power during a power failure.
  • Page 215: Figure 3-117 Floor Mount Spacing Guide

    Issue 2.0 8.2.1 Floor Mounting the CHSG LARGE BATT BOX ❍ Because of injury from falling equipment, wall mounting the CHSG LARGE BATT BOX is not recommended. WARNING ❍ Mounting the CHSG LARGE BATT BOX directly on the floor is not recommended. ❍...
  • Page 216: Figure 3-118 Installing The Chsg Large Batt Box Using The Chs2Ug Joint Bracket Kit

    Issue 2.0 Align bolt holes in CHS BASE UNIT (see Figure 3-117 Floor Mount Spacing Guide on page 3-93) with holes drilled in floor and secure using four anchor bolts. Align and install the CHSG LARGE BATT BOX on top of the CHS BASE UNIT.
  • Page 217: Figure 3-120 Removing Battery Tray Suppressor

    Issue 2.0 Remove two screws from front of Battery Tray Suppressor. Figure 3-120 Removing Battery Tray Suppressor Slide Battery Tray Suppressor outward to remove. Slide Battery Tray(s) out of CHSG LARGE BATT BOX. Loosen two screws and remove the Battery Tray Cover. Figure 3-121 Removing Battery Tray Cover SV9100 System Hardware Manual 3-95...
  • Page 218: Figure 3-123 Battery Cable Connection Guide

    Issue 2.0 Remove two screws and remove the Battery Tray Bracket. Figure 3-122 Removing Battery Tray Bracket Refer to Figure 3-123 Battery Cable Connection Guide for connection of battery cable to battery terminals. Repeat for additional battery connection. Incorrect Installation Of Batteries May Damage The Fuse Unit Or Cause Possible Fire.
  • Page 219: Figure 3-122 Removing Battery Tray Bracket

    Issue 2.0 Using two screws, install the Battery Tray Bracket. Refer to Figure 3-122 Removing Battery Tray Bracket on page 3-96. Figure 3-124 Installing Battery Connection Cable Insert Battery Connection Cable into cable guides. Refer to Figure 3-124 Installing Battery Connection Cable.
  • Page 220: Figure 3-126 Installing Cover Battery

    Issue 2.0 Figure 3-125 Connecting Battery Cables Insert tabs on cover into holes on CHSG LARGE BATT BOX. Slide the cover left until seated and tighten the screw. Figure 3-126 Installing Cover Battery 8.2.3 CHSG LARGE BATT BOX to CHS2UG Connection Power down the CHS2UG chassis.
  • Page 221: Figure 3-127 Removing Fan Access Panel

    Issue 2.0 Remove fan access panel from rear of CHS2UG chassis. Figure 3-127 Removing Fan Access Panel Connect one end of Battery Connection Cable to Battery Connector on rear of Basic and Expansion chassis. Figure 3-128 Connecting External Battery to CHS2UG Connect other end of cable to Battery Connector on rear of CHSG LARGE BATT BOX chassis.
  • Page 222: Figure 3-129 Single Chsg Large Batt Box Connection

    Issue 2.0 Figure 3-129 Single CHSG LARGE BATT BOX Connection Basic Expansion Figure 3-130 Dual CHSG LARGE BATT BOX Connection Basic Expansion 3-100 Installing the SV9100 Chassis...
  • Page 223: Figure 3-131 Install The Fan Access Panel

    Issue 2.0 Insert the access panel tab into the rear of the CHS2UG chassis running the Battery Connection Cable through the cutout. Secure panel with the retaining screw. Figure 3-131 Install the Fan Access Panel Connect grounding and AC power cables. Apply power to chassis (refer to Chapter 4, 2.6 Powering Up the SV9100 System on page...
  • Page 224: Figure 3-133 Removing Battery Tray Suppressor

    Issue 2.0 Remove two screws from front of Battery Tray Suppressor (Refer to Figure 3-133 Removing Battery Tray Suppressor). Figure 3-133 Removing Battery Tray Suppressor Slide Battery Tray Suppressor outward to remove. Disconnect the Battery Connection Cables from the Fuse Unit. Figure 3-134 Disconnecting Battery Cables Loosen two screws and pull Fuse Unit out of the CHSG LARGE BATT BOX.
  • Page 225: Figure 3-134 Disconnecting Battery Cables

    Issue 2.0 Figure 3-135 CHSG LARGE BATT BOX Fuse Unit Slide the Fuse Unit into the and tighten the two screws (refer to Figure 3-134 Disconnecting Battery Cables on page 3-102). Plug the Battery Connection Cables into the Fuse Unit. Figure 3-136 Connecting Battery Cables SV9100 System Hardware Manual 3-103...
  • Page 226: Figure 3-137 Installing Cover Battery

    Issue 2.0 Insert tabs on cover into holes on CHSG LARGE BATT BOX. Slide the cover left until seated and tighten the screw. Figure 3-137 Installing Cover Battery Installing the CHS2UG B SMALL BATT BOX on the 9.5” CHS2UG B Chassis An optional, CHS2UG B SMALL BATT BOX can be installed to provide external battery power to the CHS2UG GW and CHS2UG B chassis during a power...
  • Page 227: Figure 3-138 Installing Battery Cable Assembly

    Issue 2.0 Figure 3-138 Installing Battery Cable Assembly Remove the battery connector cap on the Base chassis and connect the battery connection cable. Figure 3-139 Installing Battery Connection Cable SV9100 System Hardware Manual 3-105...
  • Page 228: Figure 3-140 Removing Battery Cover

    Issue 2.0 Remove the two M3 x 8 screws from the Small Battery Box, then remove the battery cover (refer to Figure 3-140 Removing Battery Cover). Figure 3-140 Removing Battery Cover Place the two batteries into the Small Battery Box (refer to Figure 3-141 Installing Batteries on page 3-107).
  • Page 229: Figure 3-141 Installing Batteries

    Issue 2.0 Figure 3-141 Installing Batteries Route battery cables a and b under the Small Battery Box tabs and connect to connectors A and B. Figure 3-142 Connecting Battery Cables Insert tabs c and d of the battery cover into slots C and D of the Small Battery Box.
  • Page 230: Figure 3-144 Unlocking The Small Battery Box

    Issue 2.0 Figure 3-143 Installing Battery Cover Pull the battery lock of the Small Battery Box forward to unlock it. Figure 3-144 Unlocking the Small Battery Box 3-108 Installing the SV9100 Chassis...
  • Page 231: Figure 3-145 Installing Small Battery Box

    Issue 2.0 Align the Small Battery Box with the grooves at the top and bottom of the Base chassis and slide into position. Figure 3-145 Installing Small Battery Box Push the battery lock in, then connect the battery cable. Figure 3-146 Locking the Small Battery Box SV9100 System Hardware Manual 3-109...
  • Page 232: Figure 3-147 Disconnecting The Battery Cables

    Issue 2.0 Connect grounding wire to chassis. Refer to Chapter 4 paragraph Installing the 9.5” Base (CHS2UG B) and Expansion (CHS2UG E) Chassis on page 3-24 for complete details on grounding the system Refer to 3.5.5 Install AC Power Cord on 9.5” Base and Expansion Chassis on page 3-37 for installation of the power cord or, Chapter 6 paragraph...
  • Page 233: Figure 3-148 Removing The Fuse

    Mounting the CHSG LARGE BATT BOX directly on the floor is not recommended. Due to possible water damage, floor mounting the 9.5” chassis is ❍ not recommended by NEC. The CHS BASE UNIT raises the height of the CHSG LARGE BATT BOX 120mm (4.72”). NOTE 8.4.1...
  • Page 234: Figure 3-149 9.5" Chassis (Rear View)

    Issue 2.0 8.4.2 CHSG LARGE BATT BOX to 9.5” Gateway (CHS2UG GW) or Base (CHS2UG B) Chassis Connection Power down the CHS2UG GW or CHS2UG B chassis. Ensure the CHS2UG GW or CHS2UG B chassis is powered OFF. WARNING Disconnect AC power cable from rear of chassis. From the back of the 9.5”...
  • Page 235: Figure 3-150 Chsg Large Batt Box To Chs2Ug Gw Or Chs2Ug B Connection

    3-101. ECTION OWER UPPLY Do not attempt to replace the power supply on the CHS2UG or CHS2UG GW chassis. The MPS7101 is not a field replaceable part. If the power supply fails, contact NEC. WARNING SV9100 System Hardware Manual 3-113...
  • Page 236: Chs2Ug Chassis

    Follow the procedure below for the CHS2UG chassis. 10.1 CHS2UG Chassis 10.1.1 Remove Cooling Fan To reduce the possibility of electrical shock or damage to equipment, NEC recommends powering off the chassis and WARNING disconnecting the AC cable from the power source before removing the chassis cover.
  • Page 237: Figure 3-151 19" Chassis Access Panel

    Issue 2.0 Remove chassis access panel from rear of chassis. Remove cabling from retention clips. Figure 3-153 Chassis Access Panel Removed (19” Chassis) Remove two screws securing fan to access cover. Keep screws for use when installing replacement fan [refer to Figure 3-153 Chassis Access Panel Removed (19”...
  • Page 238 Issue 2.0 3-116 Installing the SV9100 Chassis...
  • Page 239: Slot Locations

    ENERAL NFORMATION This chapter contains information to help the technician install the blades for the UNIVERGE SV9100 system. The technician should be familiar with this section before installing any equipment. Slot Locations Each CHS2UG has six slots. In the Controlling Chassis, the GCD-CP10 (for Key Systems) must be installed in the first slot (slot 1).
  • Page 240: Figure 4-1 19" Chassis Cpu And Expansion Slot Locations

    Issue 2.0 Figure 4-1 19” Chassis CPU and Expansion Slot Locations Controlling Chassis CPU Slot Expansion Chassis GPZ-BS11 Slot Figure 4-2 9.5” Gateway Chassis CPU Location Installing the SV9100 Blades...
  • Page 241: Figure 4-3 9.5" Base And Expansion Chassis Cpu Location

    Issue 2.0 Figure 4-3 9.5” Base and Expansion Chassis CPU Location Base Chassis CHS2UG B Base Chassis CHS2UG B GPZ-BS10 or GPZ-BS11 Slot Expansion Chassis CHS2UG E SV9100 System Hardware Manual...
  • Page 242: Installation

    Issue 2.0 ECTION NSTALLATION Pre-installation planning is essential. Advanced planning minimizes installation time, cost, and disruption of the customer business activities. Installation and Safety Precautions Observe the following precautions when installing the blades to avoid static electricity damage to hardware or exposure to hazardous voltages.
  • Page 243: Installing An Extension Or Trunk Blade

    Issue 2.0 Installing an Extension or Trunk Blade 2.2.1 Installing the Blades To install an extension/trunk blade with the system running: Insert the blade in the guide rail and push it securely into position. Tighten the thumb screw on either side of the blade. The Status LED starts flashing when the blade starts processing (15 seconds).
  • Page 244: Order Of Installing Extension Blades

    Issue 2.0 2.2.2 Order of Installing Extension Blades The order in which the station blades (GCD-8DLCA with GPZ-8DLCB, GCD-16DLCA, GCD-4LCF/G, and GCD-8LCF/G with GPZ-8LCF/G) are physically inserted determines the numbering plan. To avoid unexpected extension/trunk numbering if the VoIP or Voice Mail daughter board registers with the system first, install these boards after the other extension and trunk blades are CAUTION...
  • Page 245: Order Of Installing Trunk Blades

    Issue 2.0 Table 4-2 Adding Daughter Board to Chassis Example Blade Extension Blade Extension Blade Blade Slot # Numbers Slot # Numbers GCD-16DLCA 101~116 GCD-16DLCA 101~116 GCD-8DLCA 117~124 (no daughter — — board) GCD-16DLCA 125~140 GCD-16DLCA 125~140 GCD-8DLCA 141~156 (with daughter —...
  • Page 246: Installing Gcd-Prta (Pri/E1) Blades

    Issue 2.0 For example, if four blades are installed in the following order, the numbering plan below applies. Table 4-3 Trunk Blade Installation Order Example Order of Blade Slot Blade Line Circuits Installation Number GCD-4COT( ) with GPZ-4COT( ) GCD-4COT( ) 9~12 GCD-ODTB 13~16...
  • Page 247: Uninstalling A Blade Slot Through Software

    Controlling and Expansion Chassis in programming for port renumbering or to replace it with a different blade. Deleting a blade may affect blade slot programming ability. Refer to Program 90-05 in the UNIVERGE SV9100 Programming Manual for detailed information.
  • Page 248: Performing A Hot Start

    Issue 2.0 2.6.2 Performing a Hot Start The section describes how to load system software from flash memory and customer data from RAM memory. IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS System software is loaded from flash memory, and customer CAUTION data is from RAM memory. Turn the system power off.
  • Page 249: Port Defaults

    Issue 2.0 2.6.3.2 Port Defaults With the default settings, the ports are assigned as follows: Table 4-4 Default Port Settings Port 1~300 : 200~499 Port 301~960 : 5000~5659 Station Ports: Port 1~99 : 201~299 Virtual Station Port 100~512 : No Setting Ports: 1~400 Trunk Ports:...
  • Page 250: Backing Up/Restoring A Database

    Issue 2.0 2.6.3.5 Backing Up/Restoring a Database As a precaution, it is recommended that the customer database be saved prior to updating the system software. There are two methods to save the database – either use the PCPro application or save directly to USB Memory on GCD-CP10. Using PCPro, download the database and save the file on the PC hard drive.
  • Page 251: Performing A Software Upgrade

    Issue 2.0 2.6.4 Performing a Software Upgrade This section describes the procedure to perform a software upgrade on the GCD-CP10. IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS To save customer data prior to updating, a blank USB Memory is ❍ CAUTION required. Insert the USB Memory into the USB Port on the GCD-CP10 blade.
  • Page 252 Issue 2.0 Turn the system power back on. When the system has completed reloading the software, the Status LED begins flashing on the GCD-CP10. The remaining four LEDs are off. To confirm the new software version is installed, press the ...
  • Page 253: Common Control Blades

    Issue 2.0 ECTION OMMON ONTROL LADES The blades described in this section control the common functions of the chassis. GCD-CP10 (SV9100 Central Processing Unit) Figure 4-6 GCD-CP10 Blade Layout SV9100 System Hardware Manual 4-15...
  • Page 254: Description

    Issue 2.0 Figure 4-7 GCD-CP10 Blade with Daughter Boards Installed 3.1.1 Description The GCD-CP10 controls all the functions and operations of the SV9100 system using the system software loaded into the GCD-CP10 memory. The system software can be upgraded as new software becomes available. One GCD-CP10 blade must be installed in the Controlling Chassis.
  • Page 255 Issue 2.0 GPZ-BS10/GPZ-BS11 Interface Circuit  Main Processing 32-Bit CPU Circuit (P1015 @ 533 MHz)  Time Switch, Optional Blade Control Circuit  Backboard Interface Circuit  The GCD-CP10 provides: 400 trunk ports maximum  896 extension ports maximum  896 ports digital/IP extensions maximum ...
  • Page 256  A load switch which is used for initial system startup, resetting the  system, or when upgrading system software One Serial Port (NEC production use only)  One SD/SDHC Card (VM) connector  One USB Port – USB 1.1/USB 2.0 ...
  • Page 257: Installation

    Issue 2.0 3.1.2 Installation Each SV9100 system must have the GCD-CP10 installed in Slot 1 of the Controlling Chassis. IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS The chassis power must be off when installing or removing ❍ CAUTION the GCD-CP10. ❍ After removing a previously installed GCD-CP10, handle the blade, carefully, from the edges.
  • Page 258: Table 4-5 Sram Data Types

    Issue 2.0 Push down on the battery, opposite from the plus (+) symbol (refer to Figure 4-8 GCD-CP10 Battery Installation). Battery Removal Before removing the GCD-CP10 from the ❍ chassis to install or replace a battery, ensure CAUTION the system is powered Off. ❍...
  • Page 259: Gpz-Iple Daughter Board Installation

    Issue 2.0 Load the SRAM data saved in step 1, above. From the PCPro “System Data Save/Load/Verify” menu load the data from the specified file. - OAI FLF Memory Battery replacement is complete. 3.1.2.2 GPZ-IPLE Daughter Board Installation Refer to Figure 4-10 Installing the GPZ-IPLE Daughter Board on page 4-28 to install the GPZ-IPLE daughter board,...
  • Page 260: Switch Settings

    Issue 2.0 3.1.3 Switch Settings Refer to Table 4-6 GCD-CP10 Switch Settings for system restart/system reset and with system power on. Figure 4-6 GCD-CP10 Blade Layout on page 4-15 shows the location of the LOAD (S5) switch on the GCD-CP10 blade.
  • Page 261: Led Indications

    Issue 2.0 3.1.4 LED Indications The LEDs on the GCD-CP10 indicate the following: RUN (D23) = The CPU is operating (green)  D20, and D21 = Alarms (red)  D22 = SD Memory Card access/Alarm indication (red)  D25 = The USB memory connection status (red) ...
  • Page 262: Table 4-9 Gcd-Cp10 Connections

    Issue 2.0 Table 4-8 GCD-CP10 LED Indications (Continued) LED Indication Status RUN (D23) Blinking On Steady When SRAM error USB Memory is Installing Blinking On Steady When SD memory booting error USB Memory is Installing Blinking On Steady When SD memory data error USB Memory is Installing Blinking...
  • Page 263 Issue 2.0 Table 4-9 GCD-CP10 Connections (Continued) Connector Connector Description SD Memory Card Connection Backboard Connection GPZ-IPLE Connection Lithium Battery Socket - for backup of SRAM data and RTC (Real Time Clock) data LOAD (S5) Load Switch SENSE Switch Table 4-10 GCD-CP10 RJ45 Cable Connector Pin-Outs USB Cable Connector –...
  • Page 264 Issue 2.0 Table 4-10 GCD-CP10 RJ45 Cable Connector Pin-Outs (Continued) Pin Jack – J11/J12 (Polarity) Pin No. Signal EXT1 EXT2 RJ-45 Cable Connector – J10 (External Source Control) (No Polarity) Pin No. Connection EXCNT2 EXCNT1 EXCNT1 EXCNT2 4-26 Installing the SV9100 Blades...
  • Page 265: Figure 4-9 Iple Daughter Board

    Issue 2.0 GPZ-IPLE (Voice over IP Daughter Board) Figure 4-9 IPLE Daughter Board 3.2.1 Description The current GPZ-IPLE daughter board requires a single DSP IP address. With SV9100 software and GPZ-IPLE daughter board ❍ installed, half-duplex connections are not supported. CAUTION ❍...
  • Page 266: Figure 4-10 Installing The Gpz-Iple Daughter Board

    3-8 for more details. Connect the IPLE daughter board to the CD-RTB or to an external switching hub using an Ethernet cable. Refer to the UNIVERGE SV9100 Programming Manual for detailed programming instructions. 3.2.3 Switch Settings This daughter board does not have any switch that needs to be set and does not require any hardware setting.
  • Page 267: Table 4-11 Iple Daughter Board Led Indications

    Issue 2.0 3.2.4 LED Indications LED indications for the GPZ-IPLE Daughter Board are indicated in Table 4-11 IPLE Daughter Board LED Indications on page 4-29. Each LED is listed with its associated function and LED and Operational status. Refer to Figure 4-7 GCD-CP10 Blade with Daughter Boards Installed on page 4-16 for the location of the LEDs on the blades.
  • Page 268: Figure 4-11 Iple Led Interface

    Issue 2.0 Refer to Figure 4-11 IPLE LED Interface for a functional display of the LED interface when installed on a GCD-CP10. Figure 4-11 IPLE LED Interface 3.2.5 Connectors Figure 4-12 VoIP Connections on page 4-31 shows a typical connection layout.
  • Page 269 Issue 2.0 Figure 4-12 VoIP Connections SV9100 System Hardware Manual 4-31...
  • Page 270 Issue 2.0 Figure 4-13 Connecting an IPLE Daughter Board to a Network/PC 4-32 Installing the SV9100 Blades...
  • Page 271: Figure 4-14 Gcd-8Dlca/Gcd-16Dlca Blade

    Issue 2.0 ECTION TATION LADES GCD-8DLCA/GCD-16DLCA (Digital Station Interface) Figure 4-14 GCD-8DLCA/GCD-16DLCA Blade SV9100 System Hardware Manual 4-33...
  • Page 272: Description

    Issue 2.0 4.1.1 Description The GCD-8DLCA and the GCD-16DLCA are both discussed in this section. Any differences between the two are noted. These blades provide: 8 (GCD-8DLCA) OR 16 (GCD-16DLCA) digital extension circuits  PGDAD (used for digital telephones, DSS consoles, adapters) These ports provide -48V feeding.
  • Page 273: Table 4-13 Gcd-8Dlca/Gcd-16Dlca Led Indications

    Issue 2.0 Table 4-13 GCD-8DLCA/GCD-16DLCA LED Indications LED Indication Operation Status Remarks Live LED Busy LED (Green) (Red) System Initializing – When you exceed the system capacity. Flash (1s) The assignment of the unit is refused. When the main software version is not matched.
  • Page 274 Issue 2.0 Table 4-14 GCD-8DLCA/GCD-16DLCA RJ-61 Cable Connector Pin-Outs RJ-61 Cable Connector GCD-8DLCA – CN101 (ports 1~4), CN201 (ports 5~8) GCD-16DLCA – CN101 (ports 1~4), CN201 (ports 5~8), CN301 (ports 9~12), CN401 (ports 13~16) Pin No. Connection T4 (Tip for port 4) T3 (Tip for port 3) T2 (Tip for port 2) R1 (Ring for port 1)
  • Page 275: Gpz-8Dlcb (Digital Station Daughter Board)

    Issue 2.0 GPZ-8DLCB (Digital Station Daughter Board) Figure 4-15 GPZ-8DLCB Daughter Board 4.2.1 Description The GPZ-8DLCB daughter board provides eight digital extensions. This daughter board is installed on the GCD-8DLCA and expands the port capacity for the combined blades to 16. SV9100 System Hardware Manual 4-37...
  • Page 276: Figure 4-15 Gpz-8Dlcb Daughter Board

    Issue 2.0 Refer to the following tables for maximum upgrade capacities of the GPZ-8DLCB daughter board: Table 2-6 SV9100 Maximum 9.5” Gateway and 19” System  Capacities – Blades on page 2-12 Table 2-7 SV9100 Maximum 9.5” Base and Expansion System ...
  • Page 277 Issue 2.0 Table 4-15 GPZ-8DLCB RJ-61 Cable Connector Pin-Outs (Continued) RJ-61 Cable Connector CN401 (ports 13~16) Pin No. Connection (T4) Tip for port 16 (T3) Tip for port 15 (T2) Tip for port 14 (R1) Ring for port 13 (T1) Tip for port 13 (R2) Ring for port 14 (R3) Ring for port 15 (R4) Ring for port 16...
  • Page 278: Figure 4-16 Gcd-4Lc( )/Gcd-8Lc( ) Blade

    Issue 2.0 GCD-4LC( )/GCD-8LC( ) (4-Port/8-Port Single Line Interface) Figure 4-16 GCD-4LC( )/GCD-8LC( ) Blade 4.3.1 Description The GCD-4LC( )/GCD-8LC( ) blade provides four analog (SLIU) extension ports or eight analog (SLIU) extension ports (used for on-premise analog telephones, fax machines, and analog modems). 4-40 Installing the SV9100 Blades...
  • Page 279: Installation

    Issue 2.0 The GCD-4LC( ) and GCD-8LC( ) are not rated for OPX use. A GCD-4DIOPB blade should be used instead (it supports the analog DID and single line telephone interface functions, such as Off-Premise Extensions). One extension status LED ...
  • Page 280: Table 4-16 Gcd-4Lc( )/Gcd-8Lc( ) Led Indications

    Issue 2.0 4.3.3 LED Indications LED indications for the GCD-4LC( )/GCD-8LC( ) are listed in Table 4-16 GCD-4LC( )/GCD-8LC( ) LED Indications. Each LED is listed with its associated function and LED and Operational status. Refer to Figure 4-16 GCD-4LC( )/GCD-8LC( ) Blade on page 4-40 for the location of the LEDs on the blades.
  • Page 281 Issue 2.0 Table 4-17 GCD-4LC( )/GCD-8LC( ) RJ-61 Cable Connector Pin-Outs RJ-61 Cable Connector GCD-4LCF – J3 (ports 1~4) GCD-8LCF – J3 (ports 1~4), J4 (ports 5~8) Pin No. Connection T4 (Tip for port 4) T3 (Tip for port 3) T2 (Tip for port 2) R1 (Ring for port 1) T1 (Tip for port 1)
  • Page 282: Figure 4-17 Installing The Gpz-4Lc( )/Gpz-8Lc( ) Daughter Board

    Issue 2.0 GPZ-4LC( )/GPZ-8LC( ) (4-Port/8-Port SLI Daughter Board) Figure 4-17 Installing the GPZ-4LC( )/GPZ-8LC( ) Daughter Board 4.4.1 Description The GPZ-4LC( ) and GPZ-8LC( ) daughter boards are mounted on the GCD-4LC( )/GCD-8LC( ). These boards provide: 4-Port Single Line and 8-Port Single Line analog extension ports ...
  • Page 283: Table 4-18 Gpz-4Lc( )/Gpz-8Lc( ) Rj-61 Cable Connector Pin-Outs

    Issue 2.0 Each J3 (GPZ-4LC( )/GPZ-8LC( )) or J4 (GPZ-8LC( ) only) connector provides connection to four analog station ports and is not polarity sensitive. The GPZ-8LC( ) consumes eight ports ranging between ports 1~896 (remember that the GCD-8LC( ) consumes eight ports). Refer to the following tables for maximum upgrade capacity of the GPZ- 4LC( )/GPZ-8LC( ) SLI daughter board: Table 2-6 SV9100 Maximum 9.5”...
  • Page 284 Issue 2.0 Table 4-18 GPZ-4LC( )/GPZ-8LC( ) RJ-61 Cable Connector Pin-Outs RJ-61 Cable Connector – GPZ-4LCF – J3 (ports 9~12) GPZ-8LCF – J3 (ports 9~12), J4 (ports 13~16) Pin No. Connection T4 (Tip for port 4) T3 (Tip for port 3) T2 (Tip for port 2) R1 (Ring for port 1) T1 (Tip for port 1)
  • Page 285: Description

    Issue 2.0 term GCD-LTA (D /SLT Combination) Figure 4-18 GCD-LTA Blade 4.5.1 Description The Digital Station/SLT Combination blade provides eight Digital Station ports and two analog ports. This blade allows either a GPZ-4COT( ) analog trunk daughter board or GPZ-2BRIA daughter board to be installed. SV9100 System Hardware Manual 4-47...
  • Page 286: Installation

    Issue 2.0 The blade provides: Eight Digital Station ports  Two analog extension ports support Caller ID Circuit, Message  Waiting Lamp Control (Controlling Voltage:-110Vdc) for all ports Two status LEDs  Refer to the following tables for maximum upgrade capacities of the GCD-LTA blade: Table 2-6 SV9100 Maximum 9.5”...
  • Page 287: Figure 4-18 Gcd-Lta Blade

    Issue 2.0 4.5.3 LED Indications LED indications for the GCD-LTA are indicated in Table 4-19 GCD-LTA LED Indications. Each LED is listed with its associated function and LED and Operational status. Refer to Figure 4-18 GCD-LTA Blade on page 4-47 the location of the LEDs on the blade.
  • Page 288: Table 4-20 Gcd-Lta Rj11 Cable Connector Pin-Outs

    Issue 2.0 4.5.4 Connectors Table 4-20 GCD-LTA RJ11 Cable Connector Pin-Outs shows the pin-outs for the RJ-61 connector. Refer to Figure 4-18 GCD-LTA Blade on page 4-47 for an illustration showing the location of the connectors on the GCD-LTA blade. Table 4-20 GCD-LTA RJ11 Cable Connector Pin-Outs RJ11 Cable Connector DLCA: CN101 (ports 1~4)
  • Page 289: Trunk Blades

    Issue 2.0 ECTION RUNK LADES GCD-4COT( ) (4 Loop and Ground Start Interface) Figure 4-19 GCD-4COT( ) Blade SV9100 System Hardware Manual 4-51...
  • Page 290: Description

    Issue 2.0 5.1.1 Description The GCD-4COT( ) blade provides: GCD-4COT( ): Four analog loop start/ground start trunk circuits  One trunk status LED  One Blade status LED  Four Caller ID Circuits  Two Power Failure Transfer Circuits  Connection for GPZ-COT( ) Daughter Board ...
  • Page 291: Led Indications

    Issue 2.0 5.1.3 LED Indications LED indications for the GCD-4COT( ) are listed in Table 4-21 GCD-4COT( ) Indications. Each LED is listed with its associated function and LED and Operational status. Refer to Figure 4-19 GCD-4COT( ) Blade on page 4-51 for the location of the LEDs on the blades.
  • Page 292 Issue 2.0 Table 4-22 GCD-4COT( ) RJ-61 Cable Connector Pin-Outs RJ-61 Cable Connector – CN2, Trunks The CN2 connector is polarity sensitive (tip-to-tip, ring-to-ring) Pin No. Connection Circuit 4 – Tip Circuit 3 – Tip Circuit 2 – Tip Circuit 1 – Ring Circuit 1 –...
  • Page 293: Gpz-4Cot( ) (4 Loop And Ground Start Interface Daughter Board)

    Issue 2.0 GPZ-4COT( ) (4 Loop and Ground Start Interface Daughter Board) Figure 4-20 Installing the GPZ-4COT( ) Daughter Board 5.2.1 Description The GPZ-4COT( ) daughter board provides: Four analog loop start/ground start trunk circuits  Four Caller ID Circuits ...
  • Page 294: Installation

    Issue 2.0 ❍ When using the GPZ-4COT( ) daughter board for ground start trunks, the PBX ground must be connected as described in Chapter 3, section 3.3.3 Install Grounding on 19” Chassis on CAUTION page 3-19 for the trunks to function correctly. ❍...
  • Page 295 Issue 2.0 Table 4-23 GPZ-4COT( ) RJ-61 Cable Connector Pin-Outs RJ-61 Cable Connector CN2, Trunks – Connecting to GCD-4COT( ) Blade The CN2 connector is polarity sensitive (tip-to-tip, ring-to-ring) Pin No. Connection Circuit 8 – Tip Circuit 7 – Tip Circuit 6 –...
  • Page 296: Gcd-2Bria (2 Basic Rate Interface)

    Issue 2.0 GCD-2BRIA (2 Basic Rate Interface) Figure 4-21 GCD-2BRIA Blade 5.3.1 Description This unit is an interface unit that accommodates an ISDN (Basic Rate) circuit. 4-58 Installing the SV9100 Blades...
  • Page 297: Installation

    Issue 2.0 The BRI blade provides: Two (GCD-2BRIA) 2-Channel Circuits (2B + D) configured as T-Bus  64Kb/s Clear B-Channel and 16Kb/s D-Channel  Two Status LEDs  Connector for GPZ-2BRIA  These trunk circuits can be connected to either ISDN trunks or ISDN telephones, depending on the switch setting in system programming.
  • Page 298: Led Indications

    Issue 2.0 Connect the cable from the NT1 Network Termination cable to the CN7 or CN8 connector on the GCD-2BRIA blade and/or GPZ-2BRIA daughter board. (Refer to Figure 4-21 GCD-2BRIA Blade on page 4-58 for the location of the connectors on the blade.) 5.3.3 LED Indications LED indications for the GCD-2BRIA are listed in...
  • Page 299: Connectors

    Issue 2.0 5.3.4 Connectors Table 4-25 GCD-2BRIA RJ-61 Cable Connector Pin-Outs show the pin-outs for the RJ-61 cable connector for T-Bus connections. Figure 4-21 GCD-2BRIA Blade on page 4-58 shows the location of the connectors on the GCD-2BRIA blade. Table 4-25 GCD-2BRIA RJ-61 Cable Connector Pin-Outs RJ-61 Cable Connector –...
  • Page 300: Gpz-2Bria (2 Basic Rate Interface Daughter Board)

    All ISDN telephone circuits [#1-2 (BRI blade) and #3-4 (with the BRI daughter board)] are supplied DC power from the UNIVERGE SV9100 system. System programming must be used to block new calls on the blade. This program prevents new calls from being established on the blade, but does not terminate any existing call.
  • Page 301: Installation

    Issue 2.0 Refer to the following tables for maximum upgrade capacities of the GPZ-2BRIA daughter board: Table 2-6 SV9100 Maximum 9.5” Gateway and 19” System  Capacities – Blades on page 2-12 Table 2-7 SV9100 Maximum 9.5” Base and Expansion System ...
  • Page 302 Issue 2.0 Table 4-26 GPZ-2BRIA RJ-61 Cable Connector Pin-Outs RJ-61 Cable Connector – CN7, CN8 T-Bus Connection Pin No. Connection — — — — 4-64 Installing the SV9100 Blades...
  • Page 303: Gcd-4Diopb (Did/Opx Interface)

    Issue 2.0 GCD-4DIOPB (DID/OPX Interface) Figure 4-23 GCD-4DIOPB Blade 5.5.1 Description The GCD-4DIOPB supports the analog DID and single line telephone interface functions (such as Off-Premise Extension). The function type is assigned in programming for each port. The circuit types, however, should be grouped together.
  • Page 304: Installation

    Issue 2.0 The GCD-4DIOPB provides: Four (DIOPA) DID trunk circuits or four OPX circuits  Two Blade status LEDs  -48VDC  Refer to the following tables for maximum upgrade capacities of the GCD-4DIOPB blade: Table 2-6 SV9100 Maximum 9.5” Gateway and 19” System ...
  • Page 305: Connectors

    Issue 2.0 Table 4-27 GCD-4DIOPB LED Indications (Continued) LED Indication Operation Status Remarks Live LED Busy LED (Red) (Green) A Channel is busy (use – Unit Busy another from CH1 ~ CHx). All channels are idle. – Flash 80ms (On/ Downloading firmware.
  • Page 306: Gcd-Prta (Pri/T1/E1 Interface)

    Issue 2.0 GCD-PRTA (PRI/T1/E1 Interface) Figure 4-24 GCD-PRTA Blade 5.6.1 Description The GCD-PRTA PRI/T1/E1 blade provides an interface for E1 and ISDN Primary Rate Interface (PRI) applications. This blade has a single 30-channel 64Kb per second digital signal circuit that can be configured for either E1 trunks or PRI.
  • Page 307 Issue 2.0 Basic PRI Call Control (BCC)  Display of incoming caller’s name and number (when allowed by the  telco) Speech and 3.1 KHz audio  When installed, GCD-PRTA uses the first block of 30 consecutive trunk ports. For example, if a COIU blade is installed for trunks 1~8, the GCD-PRTA automatically uses trunks 9~32.
  • Page 308: Installation

    Issue 2.0 5.6.2 Installation To install the GCD-PRTA: Plug the GCD-PRTA into any universal slot in the chassis. Use Program 10-51-01 (PRI/T1/E1) to set the GCD-PRTA blade to either PRI or T1 or E1. With normal operation, LED 1 flashes green. NOTE Connect the cable from the NT1 Network Termination cable to the CN2 connector on the GCD-PRTA.
  • Page 309: Table 4-29 Gcd-Prta Led Indications

    Issue 2.0 LED indications for the GCD-PRTA are listed in Table 4-29 GCD-PRTA LED Indications. Each LED is listed with its associated function and LED and Operational status. Refer to Figure 4-24 GCD-PRTA Blade on page 4-68 for the location of the LEDs on the blade.
  • Page 310: Figure 4-26 Gcd-Prta Led Indication Pattern Of Layer 1 On T1 Unit

    Issue 2.0 Refer to Figure 4-26 GCD-PRTA LED Indication Pattern of Layer 1 on T1 Unit for LED pattern information. LED indications for the T1 are listed in Table 4-30 T1 LED Indications. Figure 4-26 GCD-PRTA LED Indication Pattern of Layer 1 on T1 Unit Table 4-30 T1 LED Indications Alarm Details of the Alarm...
  • Page 311: Connectors

    Issue 2.0 5.6.4 Connectors Table 4-31 GCD-PRTA RJ-45 Cable Connector Pin-Outs shows the pin-outs for the T-Bus RJ-45 connections. Figure 4-24 GCD-PRTA Blade on page 4-68 shows the location of the connectors on the PRT blade. Table 4-31 GCD-PRTA RJ-45 Cable Connector Pin-Outs RJ-45 Cable Connector –...
  • Page 312: Gcd-4Odtb (4-Port Tie Line Interface Blade)

    Issue 2.0 GCD-4ODTB (4-Port Tie Line Interface Blade) Figure 4-27 GCD-4ODTB Blade 4-74 Installing the SV9100 Blades...
  • Page 313: Description

    SG terminal of the router or multiplexer must be connected to the FG grounding terminal on the CAUTION UNIVERGE SV9100 chassis. When a tie line trunk is connected, the FG terminal must be connected to the ground. If the FG terminal is not connected correctly, the signal may fail.
  • Page 314: Led Indications

    Issue 2.0 5.7.3 LED Indications LED indications for the GCD-4ODTB are listed in Table 4-33 GCD-4ODTB Indications. Each LED is listed with its associated function and LED and Operational status. Refer to Figure 4-27 GCD-4ODTB Blade on page 4-74 for the location of the LEDs on the blade.
  • Page 315 Issue 2.0 Table 4-34 GCD-4ODTB RJ-61 Cable Connector Pin-Outs RJ-61 Cable Connector – 2-Wire E&M, CN1A~CN1D Pin No. Connection Description — Not Used Control signal to trunk — Not Used Voice signal both ways Voice signal both ways — Not Used Control signal from trunk —...
  • Page 316: Connections

    Issue 2.0 5.7.5 Connections Figure 4-28 Voice Signal Connection for Type I And V Figure 4-29 Control Signal Connection on page 4-79 show the signaling methods for circuit types. Figure 4-28 Voice Signal Connection for Type I And V 4-78 Installing the SV9100 Blades...
  • Page 317: Figure 4-29 Control Signal Connection

    Issue 2.0 Figure 4-29 Control Signal Connection SV9100 System Hardware Manual 4-79...
  • Page 318: Gcd-Vm00 (Voice Mail And Server)

    Battery Socket 6.1.1 Description This blade is a PC platform installed in the UNIVERGE SV9100 that contains data storage for voice recording and application software supporting a maximum of 16 ports. A digital signal processor/voice processing section handles the following...
  • Page 319: Installation

    Issue 2.0 Two USB 1.0 ports for USB keyboard support, database backup and  software upgrades One 15-pin VGA connector for VHA monitor support  6.1.2 Installation Only one GCD-VM00 can be installed per system. Handle the CF drive carefully. To prevent damage, do not ❍...
  • Page 320: Led Indications

    Issue 2.0 Figure 4-32 Install the SO-DIMM Memory Install the Compact Flash drive into slot CN7, make sure the drive is fully seated in the slot (refer to Figure 4-33 Install the Compact Flash Drive). Figure 4-33 Install the Compact Flash Drive 6.1.3 LED Indications 6.1.3.1...
  • Page 321: Busy Led - Red

    Issue 2.0 6.1.3.2 Busy LED – Red The Busy LED is controlled by the DSP and indicates the port status. Off: Power off or idle.  On: Reset.  6.1.3.3 Application LED – Red/Green (Dual Color) The Application LED is controlled by the DSP indicates the APSU state of the software running on the Off: Power off.
  • Page 322: Db9 To 6-Pin Modular Rs-232 Adapter

    Issue 2.0 6.1.4.2 DB9 to 6-pin Modular RS-232 Adapter Figure 4-34 GCD-VM00 DB9 to 6-Pin Modular RS-232 Adapter 6.1.4.3 RS-232 Serial Cable (DTE) Figure 4-35 GCD-VM00 RS-232 Serial Cable (DTE) 4-84 Installing the SV9100 Blades...
  • Page 323: Serial Cable (Dce)

    Issue 2.0 6.1.4.4 RS-232 Serial Cable (DCE) Figure 4-36 GCD-VM00 RS-232 Serial Cable (DCE) 6.1.4.5 USB Interface APSU provides two USB interfaces that can be used for the following devices: USB Keyboard  USB Memory Device  6.1.4.6 VGA Display Interface APSU card provides a VGA display interface through a standard DB-15 connector.
  • Page 324: Table 4-35 Ethernet Connector Pin-Out

    Issue 2.0 The RJ-45 connector pin-out is shown in Table 4-35 Ethernet Connector Pin-Out. Table 4-35 Ethernet Connector Pin-Out View Pin No. Signal Note PIN1 ---- PIN8 10 Base-T/100 Base-TX port (RJ-45 connector) 4-86 Installing the SV9100 Blades...
  • Page 325: Gcd-Pvaa (Packet Voice Application)

    Issue 2.0 GCD-PVAA (Packet Voice Application) Figure 4-37 GCD-PVAA Blade 6.2.1 Description The Packet Voice Application, GCD-PVAA blade is an optional interface that supports Application Packages (Interactive Voice Response Application, PVA PMS and CCISoIP Point-to-Multipoint). This blade can be assigned as an IVR package to support the Interactive Voice Response Application supporting a maximum of 16 ports or as a PMS application to support Hotel/Motel PMS integration.
  • Page 326: Installation

    Issue 2.0 Basic Support Package Each blade installed with the PVA PMS accounts for up to 16 Extension Ports of the Total Port capacity (One PVA PMS blade maximum). Each CCISoIP package can be licensed for up to 24 ports and counts towards total trunk port capacity.
  • Page 327: Led Indications

    Issue 2.0 6.2.4 LED Indications Active LED – Green The Active LED is controlled by the DSP and indicates the board operational status. Off: Power off  On: Reset  Slow Flash: Board is running but not in sync with the chassis ...
  • Page 328: Gcd-Rga (Application Gateway)

    Issue 2.0 GCD-RGA (Application Gateway) Figure 4-38 GCD-RGA Blade Reset Busy LED Active LED 6.3.1 Description The GCD-RGA blade is a 4-port switch and router which complies with the Ethernet specification for 10 Base-T, 100 Base-TX and 1000 Base-TX. This blade is compatible in LAN applications using 10Mbps, 100Mbps and 1000Mbs.
  • Page 329 Issue 2.0 Quality of Service (QOS):  DiffServ  802.1p  802.1Q  Traffic Shaping for Upstream and Downstream traffic  Firewall:  Denial of Service (DoS) Protection  Black WAN Ping Requests  Multicast Pass Through  VPN Pass Through ...
  • Page 330: Installation

     The VoIPDB is required for IP telephones to communicate with non-VoIP UNIVERGE SV9100 telephones, and to place or receive outside calls, must be connected to either an external switching hub or to the Router blade. ugs into a universal slot and does not consume GCD-RGA blade pl any port unless the conference application is licensed.
  • Page 331: Status Leds

    Issue 2.0 6.3.4 Status LEDs The table below shows the user-level description of the front panel LEDs in RGA mode. Table 4-36 GCD-RGA Status LEDs Running with Licensed Licensed Licensed Reset Just Booting Reset 0 License APP on APP is App has Released Running...
  • Page 332: Connectors

    Issue 2.0 6.3.6 Connectors 10/100/1000 BASE-TX Ethernet Interface The PVA2 card provides five 10/100/1000 Ethernet interfaces. The LAN ports are used for the local area network connections. The WAN port is used for connecting to other networks or ISP (refer to Table 4-37 GCD-RGA Ethernet Connector Pin-Outs).
  • Page 333: Gcd-Etia (Gigabit Poe Switch)

    Issue 2.0 GCD-ETIA (Gigabit PoE Switch) Figure 4-39 GCD-ETIA Blade 6.4.1 Description The GCD-ETIA blade is a managed 8-port gigabit Ethernet PoE switch. Ports 1 and 8 are the default uplink ports. All the user management and stacking are based on this setup. This blade provides: Base-TX Base-T 8 Gigabit Ethernet (10 Base-T/100...
  • Page 334: Installation

    Issue 2.0 Port Mirroring  802.3x Flow Control  Independent VLAN Learning Support  TCP/IP Networking Stack  Multi-Unit Stacking (multiple blades in a system are managed from  the same user interface) Dynamic PoE Control (allows setting the proper PoE classifications ...
  • Page 335: Gcd-Cp10 Ip Address Assignment

    Issue 2.0 6.4.2.2 GCD-CP10 IP Address Assignment The GSWU Main board is provided with an IP address from the back plane CPU during the initialization sequence. The provision of an IP address from the back plane identifies the Main board. If the IP address is set to 0 by the CPU during initialization, the blade is determined to be an Add-on.
  • Page 336: Unmanaged Switch Functions

    The grouping of the three GSWU units to form a 20 port switch is restricted to reside in a single system location. The grouping is not allowed where the GSWU units are placed as part of the NetLink feature in the Univerge SV9100 system. 6.4.2.5 Unmanaged Switch Functions...
  • Page 337: Cabling And Mdf Connection

    Wiring Between the Chassis and the MDF 7.3.1 Chassis Cables The chassis is equipped with two MDF Cable Assemblies. NEC recommends that the MDF Cable Assembly be used to connect the multiline terminals, single line telephones (except PFT), PVAA and DID/ OPX lines.
  • Page 338: Table 4-39 Mdf Cable Colors

    Issue 2.0 Table 4-39 MDF Cable Colors Cable Colors Outs BR–WH GN–RD BR–BK BL–YL SL–YL BR–VI GN–WH OR–RD BL–BK SL–BK BR–YL GN–VI OR–WH BL–RD SL–RD BR–GN GN–YL OR–VI WH–BL WH–SL RD–BR BK–GN YL–OR VI–BL BL–WH SL–WH BR–RD GN–BK OR–YL BL–VI WH–OR RD–BL RD–SL...
  • Page 339 Issue 2.0 Table 4-40 MDF Cable Connections (Station) (Continued) Station DLCA Running Connector Cable Pin No. Cable DLCA RD–BR TA–1 BR–RD TB–1 RD–SL RA–1 SL–RD RB–1 BK–BL TA–2 BL–BK TB–2 BK–OR RA–2 OR–BK RB–2 BK–GN TA–1 GN–BK TB–1 BK–BR RA–1 BR–BK RB–1 BK–SL...
  • Page 340: Table 4-41 Mdf Cable Connections (Trunk)

    Issue 2.0 Table 4-41 MDF Cable Connections (Trunk) COT( ) DIOPB PRTA Station Running Connector Cable BRIA CCTA Cable WH–BL TA–1 BL–WH TB–1 WH–OR – – RA–1 – OR–WH RB–1 WH–GN TA–2 GN–WH – – TB–2 – WH–BR – – RA–2 –...
  • Page 341: Outside Lines

    Issue 2.0 Table 4-41 MDF Cable Connections (Trunk) (Continued) COT( ) DIOPB PRTA Station Running Connector Cable BRIA CCTA Cable VI–BL TA–1 BL–VI TB–1 VI–OR – – RA–1 – OR–VI RB–1 VI–GN TA–2 GN–VI – – TB–2 – VI–BR – –...
  • Page 342 Issue 2.0 4-104 Installing the SV9100 Blades...
  • Page 343: Chapter 5 Installing Dt Series Digital And Ip Multiline Terminals

    UNIVERGE ® SV9100 Installing DT Series Digital and IP Chapter 5 Multiline Terminals ECTION ENERAL ESCRIPTION This chapter provides information about the DT series Digital and IP terminals in addition to the single line telephones, cordless telephones and wireless telephones. Only the DT series, single line telephones, cordless telephones and wireless telephones discussed in the document can be installed on the SV9100 system.
  • Page 344 Issue 2.0 Table 5-1 Terminal Category Reference Chart Equipment Series Name Comments DT400 Series DT410 DTZ-2E-( ) Economical terminal providing access to basic telephony and messaging  service Digital (Economy) DTZ-6DE-( ) Fully functional keypad providing standard business functions such as hold, ...
  • Page 345 IP terminal provides a 5” color touch panel  (Sophisticat Features of the telephone provide easy use of NEC Unified communications  and third-party telephony XML applications Access to 32 telephony feature lines across an IP backbone, built-in full duplex ...
  • Page 346: Table 5-2 Terminal And Adapter Compatibility (Dt300/Dt700)

    Issue 2.0 Table 5-1 Terminal Category Reference Chart Equipment Series Name Comments DT800 Series DT830 ITZ-8LD-( ) 8-button DESI-Less LCD telephone  Also available are 12-, 24-, 32(24D+8LK)-button LCD telephones IP Terminals (Value) ITZ-8LDG-( )  Provides access to more sophisticated system features allowing room for ITZ-12D-( ) ...
  • Page 347 Issue 2.0 Table 5-2 Terminal and Adapter Compatibility (DT300/DT700) (Continued) Adapter Unit Terminal ADA-L APR-L ILPA PSA-L BCH-L BHA-L GBA-L      — — DTL-8LD(BK)/(WH) TEL — — — — — — — DTL-12BT-1 (BK) TEL  ...
  • Page 348: Table 5-4 Firmware Compatibility Matrix

    Issue 2.0 Table 5-3 Terminal and Adapter Compatibility (DT400/DT800) Adapter Unit Terminal  ADA-L APR-L BHA-Z BCA-Z ILPA Digital Terminals: DT400 — — — — — DTZ-2E-3 (BK) TEL — — — — — DTZ-6DE-3 (BK) TEL — DTZ-12D-3 (BK)/(WH) TEL ...
  • Page 349: Table 5-5 Dt330 Compatibility Settings

    Issue 2.0 Table 5-5 DT330 Compatibility Settings Terminal Lot Number DT-330 ADA-L Unit Switch xxx I Lx or lower xxx I Mx xxxJSx or higher Settings (Version 1.E0 or lower) (Version 8.10) (Version 2.20 or higher) ADA Connection for Dip switches 1, 2, 3, 5, 7 Dip switches 1, 2, 3, 5, 7 Dip switches 1, 2, 3, 5, 7 Recording Only.
  • Page 350 Issue 2.0 Table 5-6 Terminal and Line Key/LCD Compatibility (DT300/DT700) (Continued) Line Key/LCD Terminal 8 LK-L 8LKD(LD)-L 8LKI(LD)-L 12LK-L LCD (BL)-L DCL-60 — — DTL-32D-1 (BK)/(WH) TEL     IP Terminals: DT700 ITL-2E-1 (BK) TEL — — — —...
  • Page 351: Table 5-8 Terminal And Ten Key Kit Compatibility (Dt300/Dt700)

    Issue 2.0 Table 5-7 Terminal and Line Key/LCD Compatibility (DT400/DT800) (Continued) Line Key/LCD Terminal 8 LK-Z 16LK-Z DCZ-60 IP Terminals: DT800 ITZ-8LD-3 (BK) TEL — — — ITZ-12D-3 (BK)/(WH) TEL — — — — — — ITZ-24D-3 (BK)/(WH) TEL ITZ-12CG-3 (BK)/(WH) TEL —...
  • Page 352 Issue 2.0 Table 5-8 Terminal and Ten Key Kit Compatibility (DT300/DT700) (Continued) Ten Key Kit Terminal Sticker- BS(F)-L BS(S)-L BS(Retro)-l Braille-L KIT (S-Hotel) IP Terminals: DT700 ITL-2E-1 (BK) TEL — — — —  — — — — ITL-6DE-1 (BK) TEL ...
  • Page 353: Table 5-10 Terminal And Optional Equipment Compatibility (Dt300/Dt700)

    Issue 2.0 Table 5-9 Terminal and Ten Key Kit Compatibility (DT400/DT800) (Continued) Ten Key Kit Terminal Sticker- BS(F)-Z BS(S)-Z BS(ACD)-Z Braille-Z KIT (Retro-F)-Z IP Terminals: DT800 ITZ-8LD-3 (BK) TEL      ITZ-12D-3 (BK)/(WH) TEL    ...
  • Page 354 Issue 2.0 Table 5-10 Terminal and Optional Equipment Compatibility (DT300/DT700) (Continued) Equipment Terminal  PSA-L 1 PANEL-L WM-L DTL-32D-1 (BK)/(WH) TEL    IP Terminals: DT700 ITL-2E-1 (BK) TEL —   ITL-6DE-1 (BK) TEL —   — ITL-8LDE-1 (BK) TEL ...
  • Page 355 Issue 2.0 Table 5-11 Terminal and Optional Equipment Compatibility (DT400/DT800) Equipment Terminal  1 PANEL-L WM-L Digital Terminals: DT400 DTZ-2E-3 (BK) TEL   DTZ-6DE-3 (BK) TEL   DTZ-12D-3 (BK)/(WH) TEL   DTZ-24D-3 (BK)/(WH) TEL   DTZ-8LD-3 (BK)/(WH) TEL ...
  • Page 356: Dt300/Dt400 Series Digital Multiline Terminals

    Issue 2.0 DT300/DT400 S ECTION ERIES IGITAL ULTILINE ERMINALS The DT300/DT400 Series offers a new exciting line up of digital telephones. These telephones (except economy), have a modular design that allows the telephone to be upgraded and customized. Optional LCD panels, dial pads, feature key kits, handset cradles, face plates and colored side panels can easily be snapped on and off to upgrade and customize as the customer desires.