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DCS-816
INSTALLATION
MANUAL
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    SAMSUNG DCS-816 INSTALLATION MANUAL Technical Manuals Online! - http://www.tech-man.com...

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    SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO. LTD. Publication Information Samsung Electronics reserves the right without prior notice to revise information in this publication for any reason. Samsung Electronics also reserves the right without prior notice to make changes in design or components of equipment as engineering and manufacturing may warrant.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    7.6 PC Programming (Figure 7-5)......................7-5 7.7 Remote Programming (Figure 7-6) ...................... 7-6 7.8 Power Failure Transfer......................... 7-6 7.9 Voice Mail/ Auto Attendant (Figure 7-7) ....................7-7 7.10 Information on DCS-816 Serial Interface (Figure 7-8) ............... 7-8 Technical Manuals Online! - http://www.tech-man.com...

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    SAMSUNG Installation DCS-816 March 1999 PART 8. CHANGING SOFTWARE (FIGURE 8-1)… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … 8-1 FIGURES FIGURE 2-1 ATTACHING MOUNTING BRACKET TO BACKBOARD FIGURE 2-2 GROUNDING THE KSU...

  • Page 5: Part 1. Site Requirements

    DCS-816 March 1999 PART 1. SITE REQUIREMENTS To install the DCS-816 system, choose a site that meets the following requirements. ü Select a location for the Key Service Unit (KSU) that has enough space for easy installation and adequate lighting. (KSU dimensions [mm]: 465 (H) x 315 (W) x 120 (D)) ü...

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    SAMSUNG Installation DCS-816 March 1999 NOTICE Only qualified engineers or technicians can have access to the inside of the system. In most countries, it is prohibited by law that non-qualified people install or maintain systems. Technical Manuals Online! - http://www.tech-man.com...

  • Page 7: Part 2. Installing The Basic Ksu, System Configuration And Capacity

    The Trunk Expansion slot provides an option to select an analogue trunk card or a basic rate interface (BRI) card. The DCS-816 system also has some option cards to provide serial I/O ports or AA facilities. The KSU starts with two (2) analogue trunk ports and 16 stations, and the trunk expansion slot provides a maximum capacity of 10 trunk ports (analogue or digital) and 16 stations.

  • Page 8: Unpacking And Inspection, Mounting The Ksu (figure 2-1), Figure

    SLT User’s Guide (Standard telephone) 2.3 MOUNTING THE KSU (Figure 2-1) DCS-816 can be wall-mounted. The KSU should be mounted on a plywood backboard at least 15 mm thick. Attach the wall-mount bracket to the backboard with the screws supplied and hang the KSU on the bracket.

  • Page 9: Grounding The Ksu (figure 2-2), Mdf Cabling (figure 2-3), Figure

    March 1999 2.4 GROUNDING THE KSU (Figure 2-2) DCS-816 comes equipped ready to use with the third wire AC ground provided through the power cord. This ground will be adequate for most applications. However, if it is suspected that there is...

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    SAMSUNG Installation DCS-816 March 1999 Details of Champ Connections The first 20 pins are assigned to connections for trunk interfaces on a trunk interface card as well as on the base board. The next 6 pins are for connection of miscellaneous circuits and the last 24 pins are assigned to connections for 12 DLI ports on the base board.

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    SAMSUNG Installation DCS-816 March 1999 Details of RJ-45 Connections Eight pins of the RJ-45 connector are assigned to connections of SLT interface ports on the base board. Pin No. Circuits/ Functions Remarks Tip, 1 SLT port (STN 13) on the base board...

  • Page 12: External Battery Connection (figure 2-4)

    2.6 External Battery Connection (Figure 2-4) It is recommended that an external battery should be installed to backup the system in case of AC power failure. The DCS-816 system is equipped with battery charging and discharging circuits to interface with an external battery.

  • Page 13: Selecting Options On The Basic Ksu (figure 2-5), Figure

    SAMSUNG Installation DCS-816 March 1999 2.7 Selecting Options on the Basic KSU (Figure 2-5) There are some hardware options to select in the Basic KSU: Memory Backup Selection, Music Source Selection and MPD/PRS selection for the two (2) analogue trunk lines on the base board.

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    SAMSUNG Installation DCS-816 March 1999 MPD/PRS MPD/PRS SOCKET SOCKET FOR TRK1 FOR TRK2 MUSIC SOURCE MEMORY BACKUP SELECTING OPTIONS ON THE BASIC KSU FIGURE 2-5 Technical Manuals Online! - http://www.tech-man.com...

  • Page 15: Part 3. Installing Option Cards And Trunk Cards (figure 3-1), Figure

    Contact the local distributor for advice immediately. The DCS-816 system has one (1) trunk expansion slot for a trunk card and two (2) option connections for SIO and AA. See Figure 3-1.

  • Page 16: Sio1 Option Card (figure 3-2), Aa Option Card (figure 3-2), Figure

    SAMSUNG Installation DCS-816 March 1999 3.1 SIO1 Option Card (Figure 3-2) Two (2) serial interfaces with DB9 connectors There are no hardware options to select on this card. Only one card can be installed at the dedicated location. Ensure that it is fully inserted into two (2) card connectors.

  • Page 17: Trk Card (figure 3-3), Bri Card (figure 3-3), Figure

    SAMSUNG Installation DCS-816 March 1999 3.3 8TRK Card (Figure 3-3) Eight (8) analogue trunk interfaces with MPD or PRS option The card has eight (8) interfaces for MPD or PRS optional chips. Install any MPD or PRS chip before installing the card. Only one card can be installed in the expansion slot. Ensure that it is fully inserted into the slot.

  • Page 18: Trk Card (figure 3-4), Figure

    SAMSUNG Installation DCS-816 March 1999 3.5 4TRK Card (Figure 3-4) Four (4) analogue trunk interfaces with MPD or PRS options The card has four (4) interfaces for MPD or PRS option chips. Install any MPD or PRS chip before installing the card. For PRS and 50Hz MPD facilities, the capacitors marked on Figure 3-4 should be replaced with wire-jumpers.

  • Page 19: Part 4. Power-up Procedure, Figure

    SAMSUNG Installation DCS-816 March 1999 PART 4. POWER-UP PROCEDURE 4.1 Connect Power to the System (Figures 4-1 and 4-2) It is recommended that you verify system operation and then make the external connections. The procedures are as follows: Ø Remove any cables for external connections from the system if you have already plugged any cables in.

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    SAMSUNG Installation DCS-816 March 1999 LEDs AC Power Switch FIGURE 4-1 CONNECTING POWER TO THE SYSTEM EXTERNAL BATTERY FUSES AC FUSES FIGURE 4-2 REPLACING FUSES (POWER SUPPLY UNIT) Technical Manuals Online! - http://www.tech-man.com...

  • Page 21: Monitor Led Indication And Memory Backup Selection, Pcb Verification, Default Trunk And Station Numbering

    SAMSUNG Installation DCS-816 March 1999 4.2 Monitor LED Indication and Memory Backup Selection After verifying proper operation of the power supply, turn your system ON to check the operation of the monitor LED on the base board. The LED should flicker rapidly indicating the main processor is functioning.

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  • Page 23: Part 5. Connecting Pstn Circuits, Safety Precautions

    SAMSUNG Installation DCS-816 March 1999 PART 5. CONNECTING PSTN CIRCUITS 5.1 Safety Precautions To prevent risk of personal injury, follow these precautions at all times when connecting PSTN circuits. ü The Protective Earth (PE) should be firmly connected to the system at all times.

  • Page 24: Loop-start Lines (figure 5-1), Figure

    March 1999 5.2 Loop-start Lines (Figure 5-1) The DCS-816 system requires MDF connection for analogue trunk (loop-start) lines. The Basic KSU itself is equipped with two analogue trunk lines. Additionally, a 4TRK or an 8TRK card can be installed in the trunk expansion slot. All connections for loop-start lines can be done through the champ connector on the base board.

  • Page 25: Off Premise Extension (opx) (figure 5-2), Figure

    SAMSUNG Installation DCS-816 March 1999 5.3 Off Premise Extension (OPX) (Figure 5-2) The Basic KSU is equipped with four (4) SLI interfaces and only the first two (2) SLI interfaces are specially designed for Long Line or Off Premise Extension (OPX) connections. The interfaces have the same over-voltage and over-current protection circuits as an analogue trunk interface.

  • Page 26: Isdn Bri Lines (figure 5-3), Figure

    March 1999 5.4 ISDN BRI Lines (Figure 5-3) The DCS-816 system requires MDF connection for ISDN BRI (Basic Rate Interface) lines. The system has a trunk expansion slot where a 4BRI card or a 2BRI card can be installed. All connections for ISDN BRI lines can be done through the champ connector on the base board.

  • Page 27: Part 6. Connecting Station Equipment, Safety Precautions

    SAMSUNG Installation DCS-816 March 1999 PART 6. CONNECTING STATION EQUIPMENT 6.1 Safety Precautions To prevent risk of personal injury, follow these precautions at all times when connecting station equipment. ü The Protective Earth (PE) should be firmly connected to the system at all times.

  • Page 28: Digital Keysets (figure 6-1), Figure

    March 1999 6.2 Digital Keysets (Figure 6-1) A variety of Samsung Digital Keysets can be connected to the DCS-816 system which can accommodate a maximum of 12 keysets. The system requires MDF connection for digital keysets and all connections can be done through the champ connector on the base board. See Figure 2- 3 and refer to section 2.5 (MDF Cabling).

  • Page 29: Single Line Telephones (figure 6-2), Figure

    DCS-816 March 1999 6.3 Single Line Telephones (Figure 6-2) The DCS-816 system has four (4) SLT interfaces to which conventional telephones or OPX lines can be connected. The system requires MDF connection for single line telephones and all connections can be done through the RJ-45 connector on the base board. See Figure 2-3 and refer to section 2.5 (MDF Cabling).

  • Page 30: Door Phone And Door Lock Release (figure 6-3), Figure

    DLI port of DCS-816. The system requires MDF connection for DPIM modules and modular jack connection for a door phone or a door lock release. DPIM connections can be done through the champ connector on the base board.

  • Page 31: Ctm - Cti Module (tapi) (figure 6-4), Figure

    (PC) interface, which can be connected to any DLI port of DCS-816. The system requires MDF connection for CTM modules and modular jack connection for a keyset. A PC may connect to the module via the DB9 connector. See Figure 2-3 and refer to section 2.5 (MDF Cabling).

  • Page 32: Isdn Te (isdn Phone, G4 Fax, Etc) (figure 6-5), Figure

    SAMSUNG Installation DCS-816 March 1999 6.6 ISDN TE (ISDN phone, G4 FAX, etc) (Figure 6-5) ISDN Terminal Equipment can be connected to any circuit on the BRI card if installed. described in section 5.4, the system provides So as well as To application on a port basis. The system requires MDF connection for a BRI card and the connection can be made through the champ connector.

  • Page 33: Part 7. Connecting Optional Equipment, Music-on-hold/ Background Music (figure 7-1), Figure

    PART 7. CONNECTING OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT 7.1 Music-on-Hold / Background Music (Figure 7-1) The DCS-816 system provides one music channel which is from the built-in melody chip (internal) or an external music source (CD player, radio etc). Section 2.7 describes how to select the source.

  • Page 34: External Paging (figure 7-2), Figure

    DCS-816 March 1999 7.2 External Paging (Figure 7-2) The DCS-816 system is equipped with an interface for external paging. It can be connected to customer-provided paging equipment. The interface is designed to match 600 Ohm and an impedance matching transformer may be required if the impedance of the paging equipment is not 600 Ohm.

  • Page 35: Common Bell (figure 7-3), Figure

    A customer-provided loud ringing device can be controlled by the general-purpose dry contact of the DCS-816 system by means of the relevant program (MMC). Note that the dry contact is rated 24VDC, 1 Amp. The system requires MDF connection for the dry contact and the connection can be made through the champ connector.

  • Page 36: Ring Over Page, Station Message Detail Recording (smdr) (figure 7-4), Figure

    ROP as a destination in this hunt group. ROP can be used for day or night operation or both. Refer to the DCS-816 Programming Manual. 7.5 Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR) (Figure 7-4) To receive an SMDR printout, connect a customer-provided printer to one of the serial interface connectors (DB9) on an SIO option card (Figures 3-1 and 3-2).

  • Page 37: Pc Programming (figure 7-5), Figure

    The signal DCD (1) and RTS (7) are optional, which means the system does not refer to the signal status. For specific equipment, DSR (6) may not detect the DTR signal from the external source. In this case, connect the DTR signal wire to the DCD (pin 1) of the DCS-816 serial interface. Technical Manuals Online! - http://www.tech-man.com...

  • Page 38: Remote Programming (figure 7-6), Power Failure Transfer, Figure

    SAMSUNG Installation DCS-816 March 1999 7.7 Remote Programming (Figure 7-6) To remotely program the system, connect a customer-provided modem to one of the serial interface connectors (DB9) on an SIO option card (Figures 3-1 and 3-2), and to an unused SLT port.

  • Page 39: Voice Mail/ Auto Attendant (figure 7-7), Figure

    March 1999 7.9 Voice Mail / Auto Attendant (Figure 7-7) The DCS-816 system provides special programming and hardware for a customer-provided Voice Mail / Auto Attendant (VM/AA) system. All SLI circuits are designed to provide a disconnect signal required for VM/AA operation. The system requires MDF connection for single line telephones and all connections can be made through the RJ-45 connector on the base board.

  • Page 40: Information On Dcs-816 Serial Interface (figure 7-8), Figure

    DCS-816 March 1999 7.10 Information on DCS-816 Serial Interface (Figure 7-8) There is a variety of data terminal equipment and data communication equipment at sites and sometimes it may be confusing how to connect the equipment to the SIO card. Generally, the connections described in sections 7.5 to 7.7 are sufficient to work most equipment.

  • Page 41: Part 8. Changing Software (figure 8-1)

    SAMSUNG Installation DCS-816 March 1999 PART 8. CHANGING SOFTWARE (Figure 8-1) In order to easily replace the system software, it may be necessary to partially disassemble the KSU. Follow this procedure step by step. 1. Read carefully the instructions released with the new software or contact your distributor or dealer for advice.

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    SAMSUNG Installation DCS-816 March 1999 U703 U704 U705 U706 EVEN EVEN CHANGING SOFTWARE FIGURE 8-1 Technical Manuals Online! - http://www.tech-man.com...

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