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NEC NEAX 2000IVS2 Installation Manual

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ND-70928 (E)
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JANUARY, 2000
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  • Page 1: Installation Procedure Manual

    ND-70928 (E) ISSUE 1 STOCK # 151998 ® Installation Procedure Manual JANUARY, 2000 NEC America, Inc.

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

  • Page 3: Neax2000 Ivs

    ISSUE No. ISSUE No. PAGE No. PAGE No. viii xiii xvii xviii ISSUE 1 ISSUE 2 ISSUE 3 ISSUE 4 DATE JANUARY, 2000 DATE DATE DATE ISSUE 5 ISSUE 6 ISSUE 7 ISSUE 8 DATE DATE DATE DATE NEAX2000 IVS Revision Sheet 1/6 Installation Procedure Manual ND-70928 (E)

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    ISSUE No. ISSUE No. PAGE No. PAGE No. ISSUE 1 ISSUE 2 ISSUE 3 ISSUE 4 DATE JANUARY, 2000 DATE DATE DATE ISSUE 5 ISSUE 6 ISSUE 7 ISSUE 8 DATE DATE DATE DATE NEAX2000 IVS Revision Sheet 2/6 Installation Procedure Manual ND-70928 (E)

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    ISSUE No. ISSUE No. PAGE No. PAGE No. ISSUE 1 ISSUE 2 ISSUE 3 ISSUE 4 DATE JANUARY, 2000 DATE DATE DATE ISSUE 5 ISSUE 6 ISSUE 7 ISSUE 8 DATE DATE DATE DATE NEAX2000 IVS Revision Sheet 3/6 Installation Procedure Manual ND-70928 (E)

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    ISSUE No. ISSUE No. PAGE No. PAGE No. ISSUE 1 ISSUE 2 ISSUE 3 ISSUE 4 DATE JANUARY, 2000 DATE DATE DATE ISSUE 5 ISSUE 6 ISSUE 7 ISSUE 8 DATE DATE DATE DATE NEAX2000 IVS Revision Sheet 4/6 Installation Procedure Manual ND-70928 (E)

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    ISSUE No. ISSUE No. PAGE No. PAGE No. ISSUE 1 ISSUE 2 ISSUE 3 ISSUE 4 DATE JANUARY, 2000 DATE DATE DATE ISSUE 5 ISSUE 6 ISSUE 7 ISSUE 8 DATE DATE DATE DATE NEAX2000 IVS Revision Sheet 5/6 Installation Procedure Manual ND-70928 (E)

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    ISSUE No. ISSUE No. PAGE No. PAGE No. ISSUE 1 ISSUE 2 ISSUE 3 ISSUE 4 DATE JANUARY, 2000 DATE DATE DATE ISSUE 5 ISSUE 6 ISSUE 7 ISSUE 8 DATE DATE DATE DATE NEAX2000 IVS Revision Sheet 6/6 Installation Procedure Manual ND-70928 (E)

  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual TABLE OF CONTENTS Page LIST OF FIGURES............LIST OF TABLES .

  • Page 10: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS Page Using AC CORD-D ............50 Using Installation Cable .

  • Page 11: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS Page SMDR/PMS/MCI/CIS Printer/Hotel Printer (AP00) ....... . . 194 MOUNTING CIRCUIT CARDS .

  • Page 12: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS Page PN-SC03-A (CSH) ............312 PZ-M537 (EXPMEM) .

  • Page 13: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS Page PN-M03 (M03) ............373 PN-M10 (M10) .

  • Page 14: Table Of Contents

    LIST OF FIGURES Figure Title Page Figure 1-1 Trunking Diagram ............6 Figure 1-2 1-PIM Configuration for Floor Standing Installation .

  • Page 15: Table Of Contents

    LIST OF FIGURES Figure Title Page Figure 2-32 Cable Connection between PZ-PW121/PZ-PW122 and BWB ....87 Figure 2-33 PWR CA-A ............88 Figure 2-34 Connection of PWR CA-A Cables .

  • Page 16: Table Of Contents

    LIST OF FIGURES Figure Title Page Figure 2-70 MDF Cross Connection for SN610 ATTCON (Standard Line) ....158 Figure 2-71 MDF Cross Connection for SN610 ATTCON (Long Line) (1 of 2) ....159 Figure 2-71 MDF Cross Connection for SN610 ATTCON (Long Line) (2 of 2) .

  • Page 17: Table Of Contents

    LIST OF TABLES Table Title Page Table 1-1 Module Name and Function ..........13 Table 1-2 Installation Hardware Name and Function .

  • Page 18

    This page is for your notes. NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page x ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 19: Regulatory Information

    REGULATORY INFORMATION Regulatory Requirements REGULATORY INFORMATION REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has established rules that permit the PBX to be directly connected to the telephone network. A jack is provided on party lines or coin lines. The telephone company may make changes in its technical operations and procedures. If such changes affect the compatibility or use of the PBX, the telephone company must provide ade- quate notice of the changes.

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    In the event of equipment malfunction, all repairs will be performed by NEC or an authorized dis- tributor of NEC. It is the responsibility of users requiring service to report the need for service to NEC or to one of their authorized distributors.

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    Ringer Equivalence : 1.6B NEC America, Inc. MADE IN USA FCC Requirements for Private Line Operations In order to connect this system to the private line network, provide the telephone company with: •...

  • Page 22

    REGULATORY INFORMATION FCC Part 68 Registration Mfg’s Port ID Facility Interface Code Network Jacks Service Order Code PN-24DTA 04DU9-BN 6.0P PN-24DTA 04DU9-DN 6.0P PN-24DTA 04DU9-1KN 6.0P PN-24DTA 04DU9-1SN 6.0P PN-24DTA 04DU9-1ZN 6.0P PN-BRTA 02IS5 RJ49C 6.0Y PN-DAIA 04DU9-BN 6.0N PN-DAIA 04DU9-DN 6.0N PN-DAIA...

  • Page 23

    REGULATORY INFORMATION Direct-Inward Dialing (DID) Calls DIRECT-INWARD DIALING (DID) CALLS Allowing this equipment to be operated in such a manner as to not provide for proper answer su- pervision is a violation of Part 68 of the FCC’s rules. PROPER ANSWER SUPERVISION IS WHEN: (a) This equipment returns answer supervision to the PSTN when DID calls are: •...

  • Page 24

    REGULATORY INFORMATION ON SINGLE-LINE ANALOG TELEPHONES NEC single-line telephones comply with Part 68 of FCC Rules. On the bottom of the equipment is a label that states, among other information, the FCC registration number and ringer equiva- lence number (REN) for the equipment. If requested, this information should be provided to the telephone company.

  • Page 25

    REGULATORY INFORMATION Industry Canada CS-03 Before installing the equipment, users should ensure that it is permissible to be connected to the facilities of the local telecommunications company. The equipment must also be installed using an acceptable method of connection. In some cases, the company’s inside wiring associated with a single line individual service may be extended by means of a certified connector assembly (telephone extension cord).

  • Page 26

    REGULATORY INFORMATION Safety Certifications SAFETY CERTIFICATIONS This equipment has been listed by Underwriters Laboratories and found to comply with all the applicable requirements of the standard for telephone equipment U.L. 1459. This equipment complies with Canadian Standards Association’s standard C 22.2 No. 225. Safety Considerations When using telephone equipment, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, and injury.

  • Page 27: Safety Instructions

    SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (1) Never install telephone wiring during a lightning storm. (2) Never install telephone jacks in wet locations unless the jack is specifically designed for wet locations. (3) Never touch uninsulated telephone wires or terminals unless the telephone line has been disconnected at the network interface.

  • Page 28: Neax2000 Ivs

    SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (13) Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not locate this product where the cord will be abused by persons walking on it. (14) Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this can result in the risk of fire or electric shock.

  • Page 29: Introduction, Purpose, Outline Of This Manual

    INTRODUCTION Purpose INTRODUCTION PURPOSE This manual explains the installation procedure for the NEAX2000 IVS . This equipment can only be serviced by a qualified service person. You should perform each installation step according to the procedures described in CHAPTER OUTLINE OF THIS MANUAL This manual consists of the following chapters: CHAPTER 1 GENERAL INFORMATION...

  • Page 30: Issue, Reference Manuals, Installation Procedure Manual

    INTRODUCTION Reference Manuals REFERENCE MANUALS During installation, refer to the following manuals: Command Manual Describes Customer Administration Terminal (CAT) opera- tion, command function and setting data reguired for pro- gramming the system, and Resident System Program. Office Data Programming Manual Contains the Customer Specification Sheets and Office Data Entry Sheets.

  • Page 31: Chapter 1 General Information, Installation Procedure Manual

    CHAPTER 1 GENERAL INFORMATION This chapter explains the outline of system configuration, the name and functions of equipment, the line conditions of each terminal, and the mounting conditions of circuit cards used in the system. NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 5 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 32: Trunking Diagram, Figure 1-1 Trunking Diagram, Installation Procedure Manual

    CHAPTER 1 GENERAL INFORMATION Trunking Diagram TRUNKING DIAGRAM This figure shows a typical trunking diagram for the system. Figure 1-1 Trunking Diagram NOTE: The equipment marked with (*) is provided by the customer C.O. LINE SINGLE LINE TEL INCLUDING LONG LINE STATION SINGLE LINE TEL TDSW AUC/DIT...

  • Page 33

    CHAPTER 1 GENERAL INFORMATION Trunking Diagram SYMBOL DESCRIPTION SYMBOL DESCRIPTION Amplifier Trunk Card External Key AP00 SMDR/Hotel Application Card Line Circuit Card (for Single Line Telephone) AP01 OAI Interface Card LD Trunk Card Analog Universal Circuit Card V.35 DTE Interface Card (Long Line Circuit, DID Trunk) term Optical Interface Card...

  • Page 34: System Configuration, Issue, Floor Standing Installation, Figure 1-2 1-pim Configuration For Floor Standing Installation

    CHAPTER 1 GENERAL INFORMATION System Configuration SYSTEM CONFIGURATION The system provides three installation methods as follows: • Floor Standing Installation • Wall Mounting Installation • 19-inch Rack Mounting Installation Example of system configurations for each installation method is shown below. Floor Standing Installation Figure 1-2 1-PIM Configuration for Floor Standing Installation 223 (8.8)

  • Page 35: Figure 1-3 2-pim Configuration For Floor Standing Installation

    CHAPTER 1 GENERAL INFORMATION Floor Standing Installation Figure 1-3 2-PIM Configuration for Floor Standing Installation 223 (8.8) 430 (16.9) 768.6 (30.2) PIM/BATTM BASE FRONT UNIT : mm (inch) NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 9 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 36: Figure 1-4 Maximum Configuration For Floor Standing Installation

    CHAPTER 1 GENERAL INFORMATION Floor Standing Installation Figure 1-4 Maximum Configuration for Floor Standing Installation 223 (8.8) 860 (33.9) PIM3 PIM2 PIM7 1472.6 PIM1 PIM6 (58.0) 1824.6 (71.8) PIM0 PIM5 PIM4 BATTM BATTM BASE FRONT NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 10 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 37: Wall Mounting Installation, Figure 1-5 1-pim Configuration For Wall-mounting Installation

    CHAPTER 1 GENERAL INFORMATION Wall Mounting Installation Wall Mounting Installation Figure 1-5 1-PIM Configuration for Wall-Mounting Installation BASE NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 11 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 38: Inch Rack Mounting Installation, Figure 1-6 1-pim Configuration For 19-inch Rack Mounting Installation

    CHAPTER 1 GENERAL INFORMATION 19-inch Rack Mounting Installation 19-inch Rack Mounting Installation Figure 1-6 1-PIM Configuration for 19-inch Rack Mounting Installation 19” BRACKET BASE 19-inch RACK NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 12 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 39: Equipment Name And Function, Module/installation Hardware, Table 1-1 Module Name And Function

    CHAPTER 1 GENERAL INFORMATION Equipment Name and Function EQUIPMENT NAME AND FUNCTION This section explains the names and functions of the equipment (modules, installation hardware, circuit cards) used in the system. Module/Installation Hardware This table shows the names and functions of the modules. Table 1-1 Module Name and Function EQUIPMENT FUNCTIONAL...

  • Page 40: Table 1-2 Installation Hardware Name And Function

    CHAPTER 1 GENERAL INFORMATION Module/Installation Hardware This table shows the names and functions of installation hardware. Table 1-2 Installation Hardware Name and Function EQUIPMENT FUNCTIONAL FUNCTION NAME NAME HANGER ASSEM (B) Wall Hanger Assembly One HANGER ASSEM per PIM is required for Wall Mounting Installation.

  • Page 41: Control Card, Table 1-3 Control Card Name And Function

    CHAPTER 1 GENERAL INFORMATION Control Card Control Card This table shows the names and functions of each control card. Table 1-3 Control Card Name and Function EQUIPMENT FUNCTIONAL FUNCTION NAME NAME PN-CP14 Main Processor Card Provides Memory, TDSW (1024CH x 1024CH), 16-line CFT, PB sender, Clock, PLO 2 ports (receiver mode/source mode), two RS-232C ports, 2-line DAT (Recording duration: Max.

  • Page 42: Application Processor Card, Table 1-4 Application Processor Card Name And Function

    CHAPTER 1 GENERAL INFORMATION Application Processor Card Application Processor Card This table shows the names and functions of each application processor card. Table 1-4 Application Processor Card Name and Function EQUIPMENT FUNCTIONAL FUNCTION NAME NAME PN-AP00-A Data Base Module Card for WCS Roaming function [For North One card per WCS system.

  • Page 43

    CHAPTER 1 GENERAL INFORMATION Application Processor Card Table 1-4 Application Processor Card Name and Function (Continued) EQUIPMENT FUNCTIONAL FUNCTION NAME NAME PN-DAIA Digital Trunk Interface (23B+D, 1.5 Mbps) Card for Remote Accomodates 24-channel PCM digital lines, and provides Firmware Processor and BUS interface. One through three cards, corresponding to the number of remote site, must be provided at main site.

  • Page 44

    CHAPTER 1 GENERAL INFORMATION Application Processor Card Table 1-4 Application Processor Card Name and Function (Continued) EQUIPMENT FUNCTIONAL FUNCTION NAME NAME PN-IPTA IP Trunk Card Accommodates the IP network and transmit/receive com- pressed voice or signals over IP network. Used with max. four PN-4VCTH cards (16 channels). 10 BASE-T/100 BASE-TX twisted pair cable is connected directly to this card.

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    CHAPTER 1 GENERAL INFORMATION Application Processor Card Table 1-4 Application Processor Card Name and Function (Continued) EQUIPMENT FUNCTIONAL FUNCTION NAME NAME PZ-M537 EXPMEM Memory Expansion Card for MP/AP00 Card The system capacity is expanded as follows: When mounted on PN-CP14 (MP) card: System Capacity w/o EXPMEM with EXPMEM...

  • Page 46: Line/trunk Card, Table 1-5 Line/trunk Card Name And Function

    CHAPTER 1 GENERAL INFORMATION Line/Trunk Card Line/Trunk Card This table shows the names and functions of each line/trunk card. Table 1-5 Line/Trunk Card Name and Function EQUIPMENT FUNCTIONAL FUNCTION NAME NAME PN-2AMPA 2-line Amplifier Trunk Card Provides Echo Canceller (EC), Automatic Gain Controller (AGC) and Tone Disabler (TD) functions.

  • Page 47

    CHAPTER 1 GENERAL INFORMATION Line/Trunk Card Table 1-5 Line/Trunk Card Name and Function (Continued) EQUIPMENT FUNCTIONAL FUNCTION NAME NAME PN-4COTE 4-line Central Office Trunk Card (Loop Start Trunk) [For Provides a detector for line fault conditions. Australia] PN-4COTG 4-line Central Office Trunk Card (Loop Start trunk) Provides loop detection, receiving/sending the Caller ID (CLASS SM) signal.

  • Page 48

    CHAPTER 1 GENERAL INFORMATION Line/Trunk Card Table 1-5 Line/Trunk Card Name and Function (Continued) EQUIPMENT FUNCTIONAL FUNCTION NAME NAME PN-2DITA 2-line Direct Inward Dialing Trunk Card [For Hong Provides loop detection, sending reverse signal and PB to Kong] DP signal conversion. Equipped with –48V DC-DC on-board power supply.

  • Page 49

    CHAPTER 1 GENERAL INFORMATION Line/Trunk Card Table 1-5 Line/Trunk Card Name and Function (Continued) EQUIPMENT FUNCTIONAL FUNCTION NAME NAME term PN-8DLCP 8-line Digital Line Circuit Card for D 75/65 (Series E/III), DSS Console, ATTCON, DESKCON [–27V version, 2-wire type] PN-2DPCB 2-line Data Port Controller Card Used for intra-office or inter-office digital data transmission on nailed down connection.

  • Page 50

    CHAPTER 1 GENERAL INFORMATION Line/Trunk Card Table 1-5 Line/Trunk Card Name and Function (Continued) EQUIPMENT FUNCTIONAL FUNCTION NAME NAME PN-4LCL 4-line Analog Line Circuit Card for Single Line Telephones [For China] Loop resistance : Max. 600 ohms (including telephone set) Provides Message Waiting Lamp control function for each circuit, and reverse function for only No.

  • Page 51

    CHAPTER 1 GENERAL INFORMATION Line/Trunk Card Table 1-5 Line/Trunk Card Name and Function (Continued) EQUIPMENT FUNCTIONAL FUNCTION NAME NAME PN-2ODTA 2-line Out Band Dialling Trunk Card Used as either a 2-wire E&M trunk or a 4-wire E&M trunk. Equipped with –48V DC-DC on-board power supply. Both No.

  • Page 52: Line Conditions Of Each Terminal, Table 1-6 Line Conditions Of Each Terminal

    CHAPTER 1 GENERAL INFORMATION Line Conditions of Each Terminal LINE CONDITIONS OF EACH TERMINAL The cable length between the DLC card and terminal varies depending on the type of terminal. term This table shows the line conditions of each D , DSS/BLF Console, and Attendant Console.

  • Page 53

    CHAPTER 1 GENERAL INFORMATION Line Conditions of Each Terminal Table 1-6 Line Conditions of Each Terminal (Continued) CABLE LENGTH* TERMINAL TYPE CARD TYPE REMARKS (Cable 0.5 /24 AWG) term PN-8DLCL/8DLCP 984 ft. (300 m) NOTE 1 65 (Series III) (STANDARD) (8 button) PN-4DLCM/4DLCQ 984 ft.

  • Page 54

    CHAPTER 1 GENERAL INFORMATION Line Conditions of Each Terminal Table 1-6 Line Conditions of Each Terminal (Continued) CABLE LENGTH* TERMINAL TYPE CARD TYPE REMARKS (Cable 0.5 /24 AWG) SN708/709/712 PN-8DLCL/8DLCP 984 ft. (300 m) NOTE 1 ATTCON (STANDARD) (2-wire type ATTCON) PN-4DLCM/4DLCQ 984 ft.

  • Page 55: Mounting Conditions Of Circuit Card, Circuit Card Mounting Slots, Figure 1-7 Circuit Card Mounting Slots

    CHAPTER 1 GENERAL INFORMATION Mounting Conditions of Circuit Card MOUNTING CONDITIONS OF CIRCUIT CARD This section explains the conditions for mounting circuit cards used in the system. Circuit Card Mounting Slots The figure below shows circuit card mounting slots allocated in the PIM based on circuit card type.

  • Page 56

    CHAPTER 1 GENERAL INFORMATION Circuit Card Mounting Slots • Mountable slots according to the number of ports The PIM can mount 8-port circuit cards. Available slots are defined by the number of ports of the circuit card. 8-port circuit cards are mountable See below.* 4-port circuit cards are mountable * In Slots 08-11, 8-port circuit cards are not mountable.

  • Page 57: Control Card Mounting Conditions, Figure 1-8 Mp/fp Card Mounting Slots

    CHAPTER 1 GENERAL INFORMATION Control Card Mounting Conditions Control Card Mounting Conditions (1) PN-CP14 (MP) Mount the PN-CP14 card in the MP slot (Slot 12) of PIM0. (2) PN-CP15 (FP) When the system is configured with three PIMs or more, mount one PN-CP15 card in the FP slot (PIM0: Slot 11, PIM2, 4, 6: Slot 12) of PIM0, PIM2, PIM4, and PIM6.

  • Page 58: Application Processor Card Mounting Conditions, Figure 1-9 Application Processor Card Mounting Slots (pim0)

    CHAPTER 1 GENERAL INFORMATION Application Processor Card Mounting Conditions Application Processor Card Mounting Conditions (1) System Capacity for Application Processor Card Max. 24 cards per system Max. 256 ports per system (2) Mounting Application Processor Cards in PIM0 Use slots AP00 to AP11 to mount application processor cards in PIM0. AP11 Slot (FP11 slot) of PIM0 is not available for application processor if the system is configured with three or more PIMs, as this slot is used to mount FP card for that configuration.

  • Page 59: Figure 1-10 Application Processor Card Mounting Slots (pim1-7)

    CHAPTER 1 GENERAL INFORMATION Application Processor Card Mounting Conditions (3) Mounting Application Processor Cards in PIM1-7 Use Slots AP00 to AP11 to mount application processor cards in PIM1 through 7. Figure 1-10 Application Processor Card Mounting Slots (PIM1-7) AC/DC 1 - 7 LTC1 LTC3 LTC0...

  • Page 60

    CHAPTER 1 GENERAL INFORMATION Application Processor Card Mounting Conditions (4) Mounting Conditions of Each Card CARD NAME MOUNTING CONDITIONS PN-PW00 No circuit card can be mounted in the adjoining left side slot because one card occupies two physical slots width. PN-CC01 Mount the PN-CC01 card in the slot that adjoins the PN-AP01 card.

  • Page 61: Line/trunk Card Mounting Conditions, Figure 1-11 Line/trunk Card Mounting Slots (pim0)

    CHAPTER 1 GENERAL INFORMATION Line/Trunk Card Mounting Conditions Line/Trunk Card Mounting Conditions (1) System Capacity for Line/Trunk Card Max. 64 ports per PIM Max. 512 ports per system (2) Mounting Line/Trunk Cards in PIM0 Use Slots LT00 to LT11 to mount line/trunk cards in PIM0. LT11 slot (FP11 slot) of PIM0 is not available for line/trunk cards if the system is configured with three or more PIMs, as this slot is used to mount FP card for that configuration.

  • Page 62: Figure 1-12 Line/trunk Card Mounting Slots (pim1-7)

    CHAPTER 1 GENERAL INFORMATION Line/Trunk Card Mounting Conditions (3) Mounting Line/Trunk Cards in PIM1-7 Use Slots LT00 to LT11 to mount line/trunk cards in PIM1 through 7. Figure 1-12 Line/Trunk Card Mounting Slots (PIM1-7) AC/DC 1 - 7 LTC1 LTC3 LTC0 LTC2 DC/DC...

  • Page 63: Chapter 2 Installation

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION This chapter explains how to install the PBX and the peripheral equip- ment, system initialization and data entry, and operation test proce- dures you should follow after completing the installation. NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 37 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 64: Precautions, Grounding Requirements

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Precautions PRECAUTIONS Grounding Requirements The system grounding must have a specific ground resistance and AC noise level, and is to be connected to a predetermined terminal in the PBX. Standard grounding requirements are as shown below: • Communication grounding : Less than 10 ohm •...

  • Page 65: Static Electricity Guard, Figure 2-1 Static Electricity Guard (1 Of 2)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Static Electricity Guard Static Electricity Guard You must wear a grounded wrist strap to protect circuit cards from static electricity. Figure 2-1 Static Electricity Guard (1 of 2) • WHEN PLUGGING/UNPLUGGING A CIRCUIT CARD FRAME GROUND SCREW WRIST STRAP •...

  • Page 66: Figure 2-1 Static Electricity Guard (2 Of 2)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Static Electricity Guard Figure 2-1 Static Electricity Guard (2 of 2) • WHEN MAKING A SWITCH SETTING ON A CIRCUIT CARD CIRCUIT CARD WEAR A WRIST STRAP AND PERFORM THE WORK ON A GROUNDED CONDUCTIVE WORK SURFACE. •...

  • Page 67: Procedure For Unplugging/plugging Circuit Cards, Table 2-1 Procedure For Unplugging/plugging Circuit Cards

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Procedure for Unplugging/Plugging Circuit Cards Procedure for Unplugging/Plugging Circuit Cards When removing a circuit card from the PIM or when mounting a circuit card in the PIM, follow the procedure in Table 2-1. Table 2-1 Procedure for Unplugging/Plugging Circuit Cards PROCEDURE CIRCUIT CARD CONDITION...

  • Page 68

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Procedure for Unplugging/Plugging Circuit Cards CAUTION You must hold the edge of a circuit card when plugging or unplugging the circuit card. If you touch another area, you may be exposed to hazardous voltages. NEVER TOUCH THE COMPONENTS OR SOLDERED SURFACE WITH BARE HANDS.

  • Page 69: Turning Power On

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Turning Power ON Turning Power ON CAUTION 1. When the operating power is being supplied to the PZ-PW121 card, do not plug/unplug this circuit card into/from its mounting slot. 2. When the system is configured with two or more PIMs, the BUS cable provides gang control for the PZ-PW121 card of PIM0 and other PIMs.

  • Page 70: Turning Power Off

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Turning Power OFF Turning Power OFF (1) Before turning power off, make sure that all line/trunk cards are not operating by no busy lamps indication. (2) Turn the SW1 switches of all the PZ-PW121 cards to OFF. First, turn OFF PIM0. Then, turn OFF PIM1 to PIM7.

  • Page 71: Procedure, Figure 2-2 Procedure Flowchart (1 Of 2)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Procedure PROCEDURE This flowchart explains the procedures for installing the PBX system. Follow the procedures in Figure 2-2. Figure 2-2 Procedure Flowchart (1 of 2) START Page 49 UNPACKING WIRING AC CABLE Page 50 TERMINALS INSTALLATION Page 54 MAIN EQUIPMENT POWER CABLE Page 83...

  • Page 72: Figure 2-2 Procedure Flowchart (2 Of 2)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Procedure Figure 2-2 Procedure Flowchart (2 of 2) MOUNTING Page 199 CIRCUIT CARDS SYSTEM Page 201 INITIALIZATION Page 202 SYSTEM DATA ENTRY Page 204 OPERATION TEST Page 205 SYSTEM DATA SAVE CLEANING Page 205 VISUAL CHECK MOUNTING FRONT COVER For Floor Standing Installation, there are three methods to install the equipment.

  • Page 73: Stationary Equipment (for North America/australia), Fixed Equipment (for North America/australia), Fixed Equipment (for Other Countries)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Stationary Equipment (For North America/Australia) Stationary Equipment (For North America/Australia) The equipment is placed on the BASE TRAY which is fixed on the floor, and is connected to 120V/ 240V AC Power Source using AC CORD-D cable. For installation of Stationary Equipment, see the following pages.

  • Page 74

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Fixed Equipment (For Other Countries) The mark shown below is attached to each procedure in which circuit cards are handled. When doing such a procedure, the installer must perform the procedure with caution, to prevent dam- age caused by static electricity (See “Static Electricity Guard” on Page 39).

  • Page 75: Unpacking

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Unpacking UNPACKING ATTENTION Contents Static Sensitive Handling Precautions Required (1) Check the received quantity of packages containing the PBX system with the description on the shipping document. (2) Check the packaging for external damage done by transportation and record it as necessary.

  • Page 76: Wiring Ac Cable To Terminals, Using Ac Cord-d, Figure 2-3 Wiring Ac Cord To Terminals

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Wiring AC Cable to Terminals WIRING AC CABLE TO TERMINALS There are two kinds of AC cable : AC CORD-D For Stationary Equipment/Fixed Equipment (For Other Countries) : Installation Cable For Fixed Equipment (For North America/ Australia) Using AC CORD-D (1) Take the AC CORD-D out of the hole on the left side of the BASE, then secure the code to the BASE with the cord bush.

  • Page 77: Figure 2-4 Ac Cord Wiring For Two-frame Configuration

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Using AC CORD-D (4) When the system is two-frame configuration, the AC CORD-D of the right side frame can go through the BASE of the left side frame. Figure 2-4 AC CORD Wiring for Two-Frame Configuration 120V/240V AC AC CORD-D POWER SOURCE BASE...

  • Page 78: Using Installation Cable, Figure 2-5 Wiring Installation Cable To Terminals

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Using Installation Cable Using Installation Cable (1) Take the Installation cable out of the hole on the left side of the BASE, then secure the cable to the BASE with the cord bush. NOTE: The installer is to use minimum 16 AWG (1.3 ) size wire, maximum 9 mm size cable.

  • Page 79: Figure 2-6 Installation Cable Wiring For Two-frame Configuration

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Using Installation Cable (4) When the system is two-frame configuration, the Installation cable of the right side frame can go through the BASE of the left side frame. Figure 2-6 Installation Cable Wiring for Two-Frame Configuration AC POWER INSTALLATION CABLE DISTRIBUTION BOARD...

  • Page 80: Installation Of Main Equipment, Floor Standing Installation

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Installation of Main Equipment INSTALLATION OF MAIN EQUIPMENT Floor Standing Installation Start • Check the site for installing the PBX with the work drawing to verify that Checkup before installation the required floor space is ensured and that service entrances and ducts for trunk/extension cables, power cables and bus cables have been properly worked at correct positions.

  • Page 81

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Floor Standing Installation • For Fixed Equipment Installation of PIM (1) Fix the BASE PLATE to the floor with anchor bolts. (2) Fix the BASE to the BASE PLATE with screws. See Figure 2-12. (3) Fix the PIM onto the BASE with screws. See Figure 2-13.

  • Page 82: Figure 2-7 Floor Space

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Floor Standing Installation Figure 2-7 Floor Space UNIT : mm (inch) 223 (8.8) 430 (16.9) 200 (7.9) 1000 (39.4) MAINTENANCE AREA 200 (7.9) PIM/BATTM BASE FRONT NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 56 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 83: Figure 2-8 Cable Hole Location

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Floor Standing Installation Figure 2-8 Cable Hole Location BASE FRONT : CABLE HOLE NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 57 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 84: Figure 2-9 Floor Marking For Base Plate (for Fixed Equipment)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Floor Standing Installation Figure 2-9 Floor Marking for BASE PLATE (for Fixed Equipment) : 10 (0.4) Using MOUNTING BRACKET UNIT : mm (inch) Not Using MOUNTING BRACKET : 1.7 (0.1) (WALL) ANCHOR BOLT x 4 (1.2) 347.2 (13.7) (1.2) 412.4 (16.2) Figure 2-10 Floor Marking for BASE TRAY (for Stationary Equipment)

  • Page 85: Figure 2-11 Drilling Instructions For Anchor Bolt

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Floor Standing Installation • Drilling (1) Make a preliminary hole in the concrete, using a drill bit for small-diameter holes. (2) Drill a hole in the concrete with a drill suitable for a plug bolt a little deeper than the plug bolt length.

  • Page 86

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Floor Standing Installation • Detaching FRONT COVER (1) Push portion A of the COVER PARTS to release the LATCH. (2) Pivot the COVER PARTS on its left side to remove it. (3) Loosen its one screw. (4) Lift up the STOPPER to unlock. (5) Pivot the FRONT COVER on its bottom to remove it.

  • Page 87

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Floor Standing Installation (3) LOOSEN A SCREW. (4) LIFT UP STOPPER (UNLOCK). NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 61 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 88

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Floor Standing Installation (5) REMOVE FRONT COVER. NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 62 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 89: Figure 2-12 Connection Of Base And Base Plate

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Floor Standing Installation • Connection of BASE and BASE PLATE for Fixed Equipment (1) Mount the BASE on the BASE PLATE by placing it over the hooks. (2) Slide the BASE into the inner end. (3) Secure the BASE to the BASE PLATE with two screws. NOTE: Screws are attached to the BASE PLATE.

  • Page 90: Figure 2-13 Connection Of Pim And Base

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Floor Standing Installation • Connection of PIM and BASE for Fixed/Stationary Equipment (1) Mount the PIM on the BASE by placing it over the hooks. (2) Slide the PIM into the inner end. (3) Fix the PIM to the BASE with three screws. NOTE: Screws are attached to the Module.

  • Page 91: Figure 2-14 Placing Pim On Base Tray

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Floor Standing Installation • Placing PIM on BASE TRAY for Stationary Equipment Place the PIM and the BASE on the BASE TRAY. Figure 2-14 Placing PIM on BASE TRAY BASE TRAY NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 65 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 92: Figure 2-15 Connection Of Build Plate

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Floor Standing Installation • Connection of PIMs NOTE: The FRONT STOPPER, BUILD PLATES, and screws are attached to the PIM. (1) Insert the BUILD PLATES (R)/(L) into the slits of the SIDE FRAME, then slide them backward and lock them. (2) Place the FRONT STOPPER on the PIM, then secure it with three screws.

  • Page 93: Figure 2-16 Connection Of Front Stopper

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Floor Standing Installation Figure 2-16 Connection of FRONT STOPPER FRONT STOPPER PZ-PW121 SCREW PIM TOP FRAME SCREW SCREW PIM SIDE FRAME FRONT STOPPER SCREWS NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 67 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 94: Figure 2-17 Connection Of Modules

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Floor Standing Installation (3) Hook the PIM onto the BUILD PLATE’s hooks. (4) Slide the PIM backward until it comes to the back end. (5) Secure the PIM with three screws. Figure 2-17 Connection of Modules SCREWS NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 68...

  • Page 95

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Floor Standing Installation • Installation of I/F BRACKET Install the I/F BRACKET to the top-stack PIMs if the equipment is stacked with four or more PIMs. Secure the I/F BRACKET to rear side of top-stack PIMs with two screws from inside of PIMs. NOTE: Screws are attached to the I/F BRACKET.

  • Page 96

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Floor Standing Installation • Installation of TOP COVER (1) Hang four hooks of the TOP COVER on the back board of PIM as shown below. (2) Secure the TOP COVER to the front side of the PIM with two screws. NOTE: Screws are attached to BASE/TOP ASSEM.

  • Page 97: Figure 2-18 Installation Of Mounting Bracket

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Floor Standing Installation • Installation of MOUNTING BRACKET Install the MOUNTING BRACKET to the top-stack PIM if the equipment is stacked with four or more PIMs. (1) Remove four screws located on the rear side of the top-stack PIM. (2) Secure the MOUNTING BRACKET to the PIM with the removed screws.

  • Page 98

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Wall Mounting Installation Wall Mounting Installation Start • Check the site for installing the PBX with the work drawing to verify that Checkup before installation the required floor space is ensured and that service entrances and ducts for trunk/extension cables, power cables and grounding conductors have been properly worked at correct positions.

  • Page 99: Figure 2-19 Wall Marking For Hanger Assem

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Wall Mounting Installation Figure 2-19 Wall Marking for HANGER ASSEM 167.5 167.5 UNIT : mm (inch) (7.0) (7.0) ANCHOR/ SCREW (x 3/PIM) HANGER ASSEM BASE NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 73 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 100: Figure 2-20 Hanging Pim To Hanger Assem

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Wall Mounting Installation • Hanging PIM to HANGER ASSEM (1) Secure the HANGER ASSEM to the surface of a wall with three screws. Select screws to match with the wall type as follows. WALL TYPE RECOMMENDED SCREW CONCRETE ANCHOR BOLT TYPE Recommended 4 mm (0.16 inch) by...

  • Page 101

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION 19-inch Rack Mounting Installation 19-inch Rack Mounting Installation Start • Check the site for installing the PBX with the work drawing to verify that Checkup before installation the required floor space is ensured and that service entrances and ducts for trunk/extension cables, power cables and grounding conductors have been properly worked at correct positions.

  • Page 102: Figure 2-21 Detaching Side Cover (1 Of 2)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION 19-inch Rack Mounting Installation • Detaching SIDE COVER/SIDE PANEL (1) Remove the two screws fixing the SIDE COVER. (2) Pivot the SIDE COVER on its bottom to remove it. (3) Remove the SIDE PANEL fixed by three screws, from the left side flame of the PIM. Figure 2-21 Detaching SIDE COVER (1 of 2) SCREW SIDE COVER...

  • Page 103: Figure 2-21 Detaching Side Panel (2 Of 2)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION 19-inch Rack Mounting Installation Figure 2-21 Detaching SIDE PANEL (2 of 2) SCREWS SIDE PANEL NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 77 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 104: Figure 2-22 Connection Of 19" Rack Bracket (a)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION 19-inch Rack Mounting Installation • Connection of 19” RACK BRACKET (A) (1) Insert the nails of the 19” RACK BRACKET (A) into the side frame of the PIM. (2) Secure them with four screws each. NOTE: Screws are attached to the 19” RACK BRACKET (A). Figure 2-22 Connection of 19”...

  • Page 105: Figure 2-23 Mounting Pim To 19-inch Rack

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION 19-inch Rack Mounting Installation • Mounting PIM to 19-inch RACK (1) Mount the PIM with 19” RACK BRACKET (A) into the 19-inch RACK. (2) Secure them with four screws (locally provided). Figure 2-23 Mounting PIM to 19-inch Rack SCREWS 19”...

  • Page 106: Figure 2-24 Connection Of 19" Rack Bracket (b)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION 19-inch Rack Mounting Installation • Connection of 19” RACK BRACKET (B) (1) Place the BASE PLATE on the 19” RACK BRACKET (B). (2) Secure the BASE PLATE with four washers and nuts. (3) Mount the BASE to the BASE PLATE. (See Figure 2-12.) (4) Mount the PIM to the BASE.

  • Page 107: Figure 2-25 Mounting Multiple-pim To 19-inch Rack

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION 19-inch Rack Mounting Installation Figure 2-25 Mounting Multiple-PIM to 19-inch RACK NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 81 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 108: Bus Cable Connection, Figure 2-26 Bus Cable

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION BUS Cable Connection BUS Cable Connection When the system is a multiple-PIM configuration, connect all the BUS Connector to each other using BUS cables, as shown below. Be sure to secure the BUS cables using tie wraps to avoid obstructing a PFT card. Figure 2-26 BUS Cable 700 mm (27.6 inch) 48-TW-0.7 CONN CA...

  • Page 109: Power Cable Connection, Figure 2-27 Cable Connection On Pz-pw121

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Power Cable Connection POWER CABLE CONNECTION The cable connections on the PZ-PW121 card are shown below. Figure 2-27 Cable Connection on PZ-PW121 NOTE 1: Follow the Label on Front Plate of PZ-PW121. NOTE 2: If GND (Signal GND) has to be separated from FG (Frame GND), remove the link be- tween GND and FG terminals.

  • Page 110: Connection Of Ac Cord-b, Figure 2-28 Connection Of Ac Cord-b

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Connection of AC CORD-B Connection of AC CORD-B (1) Connect the AC CORD-B to the CN1 connector on the PZ-PW121 card. (2) Screw the ground cable of the AC CORD-B to the frame ground terminal on the PIM. Figure 2-28 Connection of AC CORD-B PZ-PW121 TO 120V/240V AC POWER SOURCE...

  • Page 111: Connection Of Dc Power Cable, Figure 2-29 Pwr Cnt Ca-d/pwr Cnt Ca-e

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Connection of DC Power Cable Connection of DC Power Cable (1) Confirm the connection of power output cables, as shown below (These cables are pre- installed). (2) For PIM0, connect the PWR CNT CA-E to the CN103 connector on the PZ-PW121 card and the PWR1 connector on the BWB.

  • Page 112: Figure 2-31 Mounting Pz-pw122 Into Pim

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Connection of DC Power Cable (3) When you need a –48V DC power supply installed for a Cell Station (Zone Transceiver) in WCS system, do the following procedure. If not, skip this procedure and go to item (4) on Page STEP 1: Attach four screws preliminary to the PZ-PW122 card.

  • Page 113: Figure 2-32 Cable Connection Between Pz-pw121/pz-pw122 And Bwb

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Connection of DC Power Cable STEP 3: Connect the PWR CNT CA-E or PWR CNT CA-D, and POWER OUTPUT CABLE (–48V, E) as shown below. Figure 2-32 Cable Connection between PZ-PW121/PZ-PW122 and BWB PZ-PW121 BWB (BACK WIRING BOARD) PWR1 PWR0A CN103...

  • Page 114: Figure 2-33 Pwr Ca-a, Figure 2-34 Connection Of Pwr Ca-a Cables

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Connection of DC Power Cable (4) When the system is configured with two or more PIMs, connect the PZ-PW121 cards to each other using the PWR CA-A for power multi-connection. Figure 2-33 PWR CA-A 550 mm (21. 7inch) PWR CA-A Figure 2-34 Connection of PWR CA-A Cables (a) When using an Internal Battery...

  • Page 115: Figure 2-35 Connection Of Pwr Ca-a Cables

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Connection of DC Power Cable Figure 2-35 Connection of PWR CA-A Cables (b) When using an External Battery PIM 3 PIM 7 CA-A CA-A PIM 2 PIM 6 PIM 1 PIM 5 PIM 0 PIM 4 TO EXTERNAL BATTERY NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 89...

  • Page 116: Supply Voltage Check And Heat Run Test, Precautions

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Supply Voltage Check And Heat Run Test SUPPLY VOLTAGE CHECK AND HEAT RUN TEST Precautions (1) Check the switch position of each PZ-PW121 card before turning power on. • Make sure that the AC120V/240V selector switch is positioned to appropriate voltage for each country (AC120V or AC240V).

  • Page 117: Power Routing

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Power Routing Power Routing NOTE 1: PN-4LCD/4LCF/4LCL/4LCW card provides +80V on-board power supply (+80VOBP). NOTE 2: PN-AUCA, PN-2DLCB/PN-2DLCN, PN-2DLCC, PN-2LDTA, PN-2ODTA/2ODTB card provides –48V on-board power supply (–48VOBP). PZ-PW121 TO PIM2 PIM1 -27V Ð27V +90V PZ-PW121 PWR CA-A NOTE 1 +80V +80VOBP...

  • Page 118: Checking For Supply Voltage, Heat Run Test

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Checking for Supply Voltage Checking for Supply Voltage Start • Before connecting AC Cord, verify: Checking power cable - that the SW1 switch of the PZ-PW121 card is positioned to OFF; grounding conductor - that the AC Cord is unplugged from the wall outlet. •...

  • Page 119: Figure 2-36 Confirming Output Voltage

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Heat Run Test Figure 2-36 Confirming Output Voltage TESTER DC100V -27V FRAME GROUND TERMINAL IN PIM TO TERMINAL BLOCK ON BASE NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 93 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 120: Battery Connection

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Battery Connection BATTERY CONNECTION WARNING TURN OFF AC POWER BEFORE CONNECTING BATTERIES. CAUTION 1. 24V batteries must be used in this system. 2. If battery terminals (+, –) come in contact with the module while connecting the battery cable to the PZ-PW121 card, the PZ-PW121 card or the BWB may be broken.

  • Page 121

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Battery Connection CAUTION 3. Battery Replacement Table and Battery Warnings The label which shows battery replacement table and battery warnings is attached to the reverse side of Front Cover for PIM and BATTM. During the battery installation process, the warning statements must be observed. When re- placing batteries, the battery replacement table should be observed in order to increase bat- tery life and insure a safe operation.

  • Page 122: Internal Battery Connection, Figure 2-37 Internal Battery Mounting (1 Of 2)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Internal Battery Connection Internal Battery Connection (1) Connect the BATT CA INT cable to the batteries as shown below. (2) Mount the battery unit (24V DC, 3.2-3.4AH) into the PIM. (3) Plug the BATT CA INT connector into the BATT1 connector on the PZ-PW121 card. (4) Secure the batteries and battery cable using tie wraps.

  • Page 123: Figure 2-37 Internal Battery Mounting (2 Of 2)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Internal Battery Connection Figure 2-37 Internal Battery Mounting (2 of 2) TIE WRAP NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 97 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 124: Figure 2-38 Internal Battery Connection For Multiple-pim Configuration

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Internal Battery Connection (5) When the system is configured with two or more PIMs, connect the BATT CA INT and the PWR CA-A as shown below. Figure 2-38 Internal Battery Connection for Multiple-PIM Configuration NOTE 1: One Internal Battery unit (24V DC, 3.2-3.4AH) can be mounted in each PIM. NOTE 2: Internal Batteries are multi-connected for each two PIMs.

  • Page 125: External / Battm Battery Connection, Figure 2-39 Battery Mounting Into Battm

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION External / BATTM Battery Connection External / BATTM Battery Connection (1) Connect the BATT CA EXT cable to the batteries as shown below. (2) Mount the battery units (24V DC, 24AH per unit) into the Battery Module (BATTM), if the BATTM required.

  • Page 126: Figure 2-40 Battery Mounted Into Battm

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION External / BATTM Battery Connection Figure 2-40 Battery Mounted into BATTM TO BATT1 CONNECTOR ON PZ-PW121 IN PIM0/PIM4 BATTM FRONT NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 100 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 127: Figure 2-41 External/battm Battery Connection For Multiple-pim Configuration

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION External / BATTM Battery Connection (3) When the system is configured with two or more PIMs, connect the BATT CA EXT and the PWR CA-A as shown below. Figure 2-41 External/BATTM Battery Connection for Multiple-PIM Configuration NOTE 1: One pair each of battery unit (24V DC, 24AH) can be housed in a BATTM, for each two PIMs.

  • Page 128: Cable Running To Mdf, Installation Of External Mdf, Figure 2-42 Mdf Cable Hole Location

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Cable Running to MDF CABLE RUNNING TO MDF Installation of External MDF • Secure the external MDF onto the floor or the wall. • Mount the required MDF components. • If required, install the cable ducts for the cables to be laid between the MDF and the Main Equipment.

  • Page 129: Mdf Cable, Figure 2-43 Mdf Cable

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION MDF Cable MDF Cable To facilitate the termination of the 25 pair cables (MDF cables) from the system to the MDF shown Figure 2-43, the length of each cable to be used should be predetermined according to the distance between the MDF and the system.

  • Page 130: Table 2-2 Mdf Cables For Each Pim

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION MDF Cable Table 2-2 MDF Cables for each PIM FROM CABLE CABLE NUMBER DESIGNATION MODULE CONNECTION PIM 0 LTC0 0 LTC0 LTC1 0 LTC1 LTC2 0 LTC2 LTC3 0 LTC3 PIM 1 LTC0 1 LTC0 LTC1 1 LTC1 LTC2 1 LTC2 LTC3...

  • Page 131

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION MDF Cable Table 2-2 MDF Cables for each PIM (Continued) FROM CABLE CABLE NUMBER DESIGNATION MODULE CONNECTION PIM 6 LTC0 6 LTC0 LTC1 6 LTC1 LTC2 6 LTC2 LTC3 6 LTC3 PIM 7 LTC0 7 LTC0 LTC1 7 LTC1 LTC2 7 LTC2...

  • Page 132: Cable Running To External Mdf, Figure 2-44 Making Cable Hole On Pim

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Cable Running to External MDF Cable Running to External MDF (1) When using the cable hole of the BASE, bring the MDF cable up to the Main Equipment through the cable hole of the BASE. (2) When using the cable hole of the PIM, make the cable hole on the right side of PIM. Then, bring the MDF cable up to PIM 0 through the cable hole of the BASE, and bring the MDF cable up to the other PIM through the cable hole (right side) of each PIM.

  • Page 133: Figure 2-45 Cable Running To The External Mdf (1 Of 2)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Cable Running to External MDF (3) Connect the champ connector of each MDF cable to the LTC connector located on the PIM using the screws provided, as shown below. (4) Secure the MDF cables to the PIM using tie wraps. Figure 2-45 Cable Running to the External MDF (1 of 2) (a) Using cable hole of BASE PIM3...

  • Page 134: Figure 2-45 Cable Running To The External Mdf (2 Of 2)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Cable Running to External MDF Figure 2-45 Cable Running to the External MDF (2 of 2) (b) Using cable hole of PIM PIM 3 LTC CONNECTOR TO MDF PIM 2 CHAMP CONNECTOR TO MDF PIM 1 TO MDF PIM 0 TO MDF BATTM...

  • Page 135: Termination Of Cables On Mdf, Cable Connection To Mdf

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Termination Of Cables On MDF TERMINATION OF CABLES ON MDF Cable Connection to MDF Connect the cables to the MDF by referring to Figure 2-46 Table 2-3. Figure 2-46 Card Slots and the LTC Connectors AC/DC PIM0 - 7 LTC1 LTC3 LTC0...

  • Page 136: Location Of Each Len

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Location of Each LEN Location of Each LEN This figure shows the relationship between each Line Equipment Number (LEN) and each Card Slot Number (LT Number). Page 111 • LEN 000 - 363 (PIM0 - 3) • LEN 400 - 763 (PIM4 - 7) Page 112 NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual...

  • Page 137

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Location of Each LEN • LEN 000 - 363 (PIM 0 - 3) Location of each LEN (LINE EQUIPMENT NUMBER) : PIM NUMBER YY : PORT NUMBER (LTXX) CARD SLOT NUMBER PIM 3 (LT00) (LT01) (LT02) (LT03) (LT04) (LT05) (LT06)

  • Page 138

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Location of Each LEN • LEN 400 - 763 (PIM 4 - 7) Location of each LEN PIM 7 (LT00) (LT01) (LT02) (LT03) (LT04) (LT05) (LT06) (LT07) (LT08) (LT09) (LT10) (LT11) PIM 6 (LT00) (LT01) (LT02) (LT03) (LT04) (LT05) (LT06)

  • Page 139: Ltc Connector Pin Arrangement

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION LTC Connector Pin Arrangement LTC Connector Pin Arrangement This figure shows the LTC Connector Pin Arrangement. • PIM0 (LTC0 - LTC3) Page 114 Page 115 • PIM1 (LTC0 - LTC3) • PIM2 (LTC0 - LTC3) Page 116 •...

  • Page 140: Pim0 (ltc0 - Ltc)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION LTC Connector Pin Arrangement • PIM0 (LTC0 - LTC3) LTC Connector Pin Arrangement LTC0 LTC1 LEN000 LEN024 LT03/AP03 LT00/AP00 LT04/AP04 LT01/AP01 LT05/AP05 LT02/AP02 LEN023 LEN047 25 MJ 50 MN LTC2 LTC3 LEN048 LEN044 LT09/AP09* LT06/AP06 LT10/AP10* LT07/AP07 LT08/AP08* LT11/AP11* LEN039...

  • Page 141: Pim1 (ltc0 - Ltc)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION LTC Connector Pin Arrangement • PIM1 (LTC0 - LTC3) LTC Connector Pin Arrangement LTC0 LTC1 LEN100 LEN124 LT03/AP03 LT00/AP00 LT04/AP04 LT01/AP01 LT05/AP05 LT02/AP02 LEN123 LEN147 LTC2 LTC3 LEN148 LEN144 LT09/AP09* LT06/AP06 LT10/AP10* LT07/AP07 LT08/AP08* LT11/AP11* LEN139 LEN163 In Slot 08-11, only 4-port line/trunk cards are mountable.

  • Page 142: Pim2 (ltc0 - Ltc)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION LTC Connector Pin Arrangement • PIM2 (LTC0 - LTC3) LTC Connector Pin Arrangement LTC0 LTC1 LEN200 LEN224 LT03/AP03 LT00/AP00 LT04/AP04 LT01/AP01 LT05/AP05 LT02/AP02 LEN223 LEN247 LTC2 LTC3 LEN248 LEN244 LT09/AP09* LT06/AP06 LT10/AP10* LT07/AP07 LT08/AP08* LT11/AP11* LEN239 LEN263 In Slot 08-11, only 4-port line/trunk cards are mountable.

  • Page 143: Pim3 (ltc0 - Ltc)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION LTC Connector Pin Arrangement • PIM3 (LTC0 - LTC3) LTC Connector Pin Arrangement LTC0 LTC1 LEN300 LEN324 LT03/AP03 LT00/AP00 LT04/AP04 LT01/AP01 LT05/AP05 LT02/AP02 LEN323 LEN347 LTC2 LTC3 LEN348 LEN344 LT09/AP09* LT06/AP06 LT10/AP10* LT07/AP07 LT08/AP08* LT11/AP11* LEN339 LEN363 In Slot 08-11, only 4-port line/trunk cards are mountable.

  • Page 144: Pim4 (ltc0 - Ltc)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION LTC Connector Pin Arrangement • PIM4 (LTC0 - LTC3) LTC Connector Pin Arrangement LTC0 LTC1 LEN400 LEN424 LT03/AP03 LT00/AP00 LT04/AP04 LT01/AP01 LT05/AP05 LT02/AP02 LEN423 LEN447 LTC2 LTC3 LEN448 LEN444 LT09/AP09* LT06/AP06 LT10/AP10* LT07/AP07 LT08/AP08* LT11/AP11* LEN439 LEN463 In Slot 08-11, only 4-port line/trunk cards are mountable.

  • Page 145: Pim5 (ltc0 - Ltc)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION LTC Connector Pin Arrangement • PIM5 (LTC0 - LTC3) LTC Connector Pin Arrangement LTC0 LTC1 LEN500 LEN524 LT03/AP03 LT00/AP00 LT04/AP04 LT01/AP01 LT05/AP05 LT02/AP02 LEN523 LEN547 LTC2 LTC3 LEN548 LEN544 LT09/AP09* LT06/AP06 LT10/AP10* LT07/AP07 LT08/AP08* LT11/AP11* LEN539 LEN563 In Slot 08-11, only 4-port line/trunk cards are mountable.

  • Page 146: Pim6 (ltc0 - Ltc)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION LTC Connector Pin Arrangement • PIM6 (LTC0 - LTC3) LTC Connector Pin Arrangement LTC0 LTC1 LEN600 LEN624 LT03/AP03 LT00/AP00 LT04/AP04 LT01/AP01 LT05/AP05 LT02/AP02 LEN623 LEN647 LTC2 LTC3 LEN648 LEN644 LT09/AP09* LT06/AP06 LT10/AP10* LT07/AP07 LT08/AP08* LT11/AP11* LEN639 LEN663 In Slot 08-11, only 4-port line/trunk cards are mountable.

  • Page 147: Pim7 (ltc0 - Ltc)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION LTC Connector Pin Arrangement • PIM7 (LTC0 - LTC3) LTC Connector Pin Arrangement LTC0 LTC1 LEN700 LEN724 LT03/AP03 LT00/AP00 LT04/AP04 LT01/AP01 LT05/AP05 LT02/AP02 LEN723 LEN747 LTC2 LTC3 LEN748 LEN744 LT09/AP09* LT06/AP06 LT10/AP10* LT07/AP07 LT08/AP08* LT11/AP11* LEN739 LEN763 In Slot 08-11, only 4-port line/trunk cards are mountable.

  • Page 148: Mdf Cross Connections, Table 2-4 Ltc0 - Ltc3 Mdf Cross Connection

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION MDF Cross Connections MDF Cross Connections This table shows the cross connections on the MDF for LTC0 - LTC3. Table 2-4 LTC0 - LTC3 MDF Cross Connection TYPE OF INTERFACE RUNNING STATION SLOTS CABLE CABLE E&M E&M 8COT 4COT 2LDT 2ODT 2ODT AUC 4DIT 8LC 4LC AUC WH-BL TxT0 T0...

  • Page 149

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION MDF Cross Connections Table 2-4 LTC0 - LTC3 MDF Cross Connection (Continued) TYPE OF INTERFACE RUNNING STATION SLOTS CABLE CABLE E&M E&M 8COT 4COT 2LDT 2ODT 2ODT AUC 4DIT 8LC 4LC AUC RD-BR TxT0 T0 BR-RD TxR0 R0 RD-SL T1 RcvT0 T1 SL-RD...

  • Page 150

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION MDF Cross Connections Table 2-4 LTC0 - LTC3 MDF Cross Connection (Continued) TYPE OF INTERFACE RUNNING STATION SLOTS CABLE CABLE E&M E&M 8COT 4COT 2LDT 2ODT 2ODT AUC 4DIT 8LC 4LC AUC YL-OR TxT0 T0 OR-YL TxR0 R0 YL-GN RcvT0 T1 GN-YL...

  • Page 151: Table 2-5 Ltc0 - Ltc3 Mdf Cross Connection Information

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION MDF Cross Connections Table 2-5 LTC0 - LTC3 MDF Cross Connection Information TYPE OF INTERFACE term 4 wire EXT. EXT. 2 wire D Digital RUNNING STATION SMARTCON KEY/ PAGE/ SMARTCON/ SLOTS CABLE CABLE (SN610 EXT. MOH/ DSSCON/ NOTE 3 ATTCON) RELAY...

  • Page 152

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION MDF Cross Connections Table 2-5 LTC0 - LTC3 MDF Cross Connection Information (Continued) TYPE OF INTERFACE term 4 wire EXT. EXT. 2 wire D Digital RUNNING STATION SMARTCON KEY/ PAGE/ SMARTCON/ SLOTS CABLE CABLE (SN610 EXT. MOH/ DSSCON/ NOTE 3 ATTCON)

  • Page 153

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION MDF Cross Connections Table 2-5 LTC0 - LTC3 MDF Cross Connection Information (Continued) TYPE OF INTERFACE term 4 wire EXT. EXT. 2 wire D Digital RUNNING STATION SMARTCON KEY/ PAGE/ SMARTCON/ SLOTS CABLE CABLE (SN610 EXT. MOH/ DSSCON/ NOTE 3 ATTCON)

  • Page 154: Installation Of Peripheral Equipment, Table 2-6 Peripheral Equipment And Card List

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Installation of Peripheral Equipment INSTALLATION OF PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT Table 2-6 Peripheral Equipment and Card List REFERENCE PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT CIRCUIT CARD Page Analog C.O. Trunk PN-2COT/PN-4COT/PN-6COT/PN-8COT Page 129 Tie Line Trunk PN-2LDT Page 130 PN-2ODT DID Trunk PN-AUC Page 135 PN-4DIT Digital Trunk Interface...

  • Page 155: Analog C.o. Trunk (cot), Figure 2-47 Mdf Cross Connection For C.o. Trunk Card

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Analog C.O. Trunk (COT) Analog C.O. Trunk (COT) Figure 2-47 MDF Cross Connection for C.O. Trunk Card PIM0 LTC0 PN-8COT LEN000 (No. 0) LEN001 (No. 1) • • • • LT00 • • • • TO C.O. LINE •...

  • Page 156: Tie Line Trunk (ldt/odt), Figure 2-48 Mdf Cross Connection For Ld Trunk Card

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Tie Line Trunk (LDT/ODT) Tie Line Trunk (LDT/ODT) • LD Trunk (PN-2LDT) Figure 2-48 MDF Cross Connection for LD Trunk Card PIM0 LTC0 PN-2LDT LEN000 (No. 0) TO TIE LINE LEN001 (No. 1) TO TIE LINE LT00 LTC0 (J) LTC0 (P) LEN000...

  • Page 157: Figure 2-49 Mdf Cross Connection For 4w E&m Trunk Card (1 Of 2)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Tie Line Trunk (LDT/ODT) • 4W E&M Trunk (PN-2ODT) When connecting the E and M, make the installation cable by using the connector attached with the PN-2ODT card. NOTE: Both No. 0 and No. 1 circuits must be set to same purpose (2-wire or 4-wire) in one PN- 2ODT card.

  • Page 158: Figure 2-49 Mdf Cross Connection For 4w E&m Trunk Card (2 Of 2)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Tie Line Trunk (LDT/ODT) Figure 2-49 MDF Cross Connection for 4W E&M Trunk Card (2 of 2) LTC CONNECTOR CN1 CONNECTOR (FRONT CONNECTOR) LTC0 (J) LTC0 (P) TxR0 26 TxT0 TxT0 TxR0 LEN000 2 RcvR0 27 RcvT0 27 RcvT0 2 RcvR0 TxR1 28...

  • Page 159: Figure 2-50 Mdf Cross Connection For 2w E&m Trunk Card (1 Of 2)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Tie Line Trunk (LDT/ODT) • 2W E&M Trunk (PN-2ODT) When connecting the E and M, make the installation cable by using the connector attached with the PN-2ODT card. NOTE: Both No. 0 and No. 1 circuits must be set to same purpose (2-wire or 4-wire) in one PN- 2ODT card.

  • Page 160: Figure 2-50 Mdf Cross Connection For 2w E&m Trunk Card (2 Of 2)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Tie Line Trunk (LDT/ODT) Figure 2-50 MDF Cross Connection for 2W E&M Trunk Card (2 of 2) LTC CONNECTOR CN1 CONNECTOR (FRONT CONNECTOR) LTC0 (J) LTC0 (P) LEN000 LEN001 LEN001 LEN000 NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 134 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 161: Did Trunk (auc/dit), Figure 2-51 Mdf Cross Connection For 2 Line Did Trunk Card

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION DID Trunk (AUC/DIT) DID Trunk (AUC/DIT) • 2 Line DID Trunk (PN-AUC) Figure 2-51 MDF Cross Connection for 2 Line DID Trunk Card PIM0 LTC0 PN-AUC LEN000 (No. 0) TO DID LINE LEN001 (No. 1) TO DID LINE LT00 LTC0 (J) LTC0 (P)

  • Page 162: Figure 2-52 Mdf Cross Connection For 4 Line Did Trunk Card

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION DID Trunk (AUC/DIT) • 4 Line DID Trunk (PN-4DIT) Figure 2-52 MDF Cross Connection for 4 Line DID Trunk Card PIM0 LTC0 PN-4DIT LEN000 (No. 0) TO DID LINE LEN001 (No. 1) TO DID LINE LT00 LEN002 (No.

  • Page 163: Digital Trunk Interface (dti), Figure 2-53 Dti Cable Connection Via Mdf

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Digital Trunk Interface (DTI) Digital Trunk Interface (DTI) • DTI for using a twisted pair cable (PN-24DTA/PN-30DTC) When using a twisted-pair cable, connect the cable to a CSU via the MDF as shown below. Figure 2-53 DTI Cable Connection via MDF 24DTA/ TWISTED-PAIR 30DTC...

  • Page 164: Figure 2-54 Mdf Cross Connection For Dti Card

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Digital Trunk Interface (DTI) Figure 2-54 MDF Cross Connection for DTI Card PIM 0 LTC1 PN-24DTA/PN-30DTC RECEIVE AP05 TO CSU TRANSFER LTC1 (J) LTC1 (P) NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 138 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 165: Figure 2-55 Dti Cable Connection Via Conn Card

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Digital Trunk Interface (DTI) • DTI for using a coaxial cable (PN-30DTC/PZ-M542/PZ-M557) When using an coaxial cable, connect the cable to a CSU via the CONN (PZ-M542/PZ- M557) card as shown below. Figure 2-55 DTI Cable Connection via CONN Card 30DTC COAXIAL CABLE CONN (PZ-M542/PZ-M557)

  • Page 166: Figure 2-56 Coaxial Cable Connection For Dti Card

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Digital Trunk Interface (DTI) Figure 2-56 Coaxial Cable Connection for DTI Card PIM 0 LTC1 PZ-M542/PZ-M557 PN-30DTC RECEIVE AP05 TO CSU SEND LTC1 CONNECTOR COAXIAL CONNECTOR LTC1 (J) LTC1 (P) NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 140 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 167: Figure 2-57 Connection Of Pz-m542/pz-m557 And Plate

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Digital Trunk Interface (DTI) • Mounting of CONN Card (PZ-M542/PZ-M557) STEP 1: When using LTC0 or LTC2 connector to mount the PZ-M542/PZ-M557 card, take off the PLATE from the PZ-M542/PZ-M547 card. Then, overturn the PLATE and secure it to the card with screws.

  • Page 168: Figure 2-58 Mounting Of Pz-m542/pz-m557 Card (1 Of 2)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Digital Trunk Interface (DTI) STEP 2: Connect the LT connector on the PZ-M542/PZ-M557 card to the LTC connector on BWB in PIM. NOTE: Two PZ-M542/PZ-M557 cards can not be mounted on the adjoining LTC connectors. LTC0 and LTC2/LTC0 and LTC3/LTC1 and LTC3 are mountable. Figure 2-58 Mounting of PZ-M542/PZ-M557 Card (1 of 2) LTC CONNECTOR When connecting to LTC1 or LTC3...

  • Page 169: Figure 2-58 Mounting Of Pz-m542/pz-m557 Card (2 Of 2)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Digital Trunk Interface (DTI) STEP 3: Secure the PZ-M542/PZ-M557 card to the PIM CARD STOPPER with one screw. NOTE 1: Screw is attached to the PZ-M542/PZ-M557 card. NOTE 2: Before securing the PZ-M542/PZ-M557 card to the PIM CARD STOPPER, all cards should be mounted on the card slots and the PIM CARD STOPPER should be secured with screws.

  • Page 170: Single Line Telephone (lc/auc), Figure 2-59 Mdf Cross Connection For Single Line Telephone (standard Line)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Single Line Telephone (LC/AUC) Single Line Telephone (LC/AUC) • Standard Line (PN-8LC/PN-4LC) Figure 2-59 MDF Cross Connection for Single Line Telephone (Standard Line) PIM0 LTC0 TO SINGLE PN-8LC LINE TELEPHONE ROSETTE LEN000 (No. 0) LEN001 (No. 1) •...

  • Page 171: Figure 2-60 Mdf Cross Connection For Single Line Telephone (long Line)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Single Line Telephone (LC/AUC) • Long Line (PN-AUC) Figure 2-60 MDF Cross Connection for Single Line Telephone (Long Line) PIM0 LTC0 PN-AUC TO SINGLE LINE LEN000 (No. 0) TELEPHONE (FOR LONG LINE) TO SINGLE LINE LEN001 (No. 1) TELEPHONE (FOR LONG LINE) LT00...

  • Page 172

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION term /DSS Console (DLC) term /DSS Console (DLC) • Standard Line (PN-8DLC/PN-4DLC) term Figure 2-61 MDF Cross Connection for D /DSS Console (Standard Line) PIM0 LTC0 term TO D PN-8DLC DSS CONSOLE ROSETTE LEN000 (No. 0) LEN001 (No.

  • Page 173

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION term /DSS Console (DLC) • Long Line (PN-2DLCB/PN-2DLCN) term Figure 2-62 MDF Cross Connection for D /DSS Console (Long Line) PIM0 LTC0 term TO D DSS CONSOLE PN-2DLCB/PN-2DLCN ROSETTE LEN000 (No. 0) LEN001 (No. 1) LT00 MODULAR CONNECTOR LTC0 (J) LTC0 (P) LEN000...

  • Page 174: Sn716 Deskcon (dlc)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION SN716 DESKCON (DLC) SN716 DESKCON (DLC) (1) MDF Cross Connection • PN-PW00 Power Option Figure 2-63 MDF Cross Connection for SN716 DESKCON (PN-PW00 Power Option) NOTE: When using PN-PW00 card, make the installation cable by using the connector at- tached with the PN-PW00 card.

  • Page 175

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION SN716 DESKCON (DLC) • AC Adapter Power Option Figure 2-64 MDF Cross Connection for SN716 DESKCON (AC Adapter Power Option) PIM0 LTC0 ROSETTE PN-8DLC/4DLC TO SN716 DESKCON LEN000 (No. 0) LT00 MODULAR CONNECTOR –24V AC ADAPTER TO COMMERCIAL AC OUTLET LTC0 (J) LTC0 (P)

  • Page 176: Figure 2-65 Mounting Of Handset Support To Sn716 Deskcon (1 Of 4)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION SN716 DESKCON (DLC) ATTENTION Contents Static Sensitive (2) Installation of SN716 DESKCON Handling Precautions Required STEP 1: Insert the handset cord through the hole on the side of the handset support as shown below. CAUTION Handle the cord with care. Be careful not to snap a hook on the modular plug of the cord when you insert the cord through the hole.

  • Page 177: Figure 2-65 Mounting Of Handset Support To Sn716 Deskcon (2 Of 4)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION SN716 DESKCON (DLC) ATTENTION Contents Static Sensitive Handling Precautions Required Figure 2-65 Mounting of Handset Support to SN716 DESKCON (2 of 4) TOP VIEW BOTTOM VIEW HOLE SIDE VIEW NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 151 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 178: Figure 2-65 Mounting Of Handset Support To Sn716 Deskcon (3 Of 4)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION SN716 DESKCON (DLC) ATTENTION Contents Static Sensitive Handling Precautions Required STEP 2: Insert the modular plug into the HAND H/S 0 jack, and trail the cord along the groove at the bottom of the console. Figure 2-65 Mounting of Handset Support to SN716 DESKCON (3 of 4) HANDSET CORD HAND H/S 0...

  • Page 179: Figure 2-65 Mounting Of Handset Support To Sn716 Deskcon (4 Of 4)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION SN716 DESKCON (DLC) ATTENTION Contents Static Sensitive Handling Precautions Required STEP 3: Fit the three small holes of the handset support fitting to the projections on the bottom of the console, and secure the fitting using three screws. CAUTION To avoid damage to the console, do not tighten the screws too tightly.

  • Page 180: Figure 2-66 Headset Installation For Sn716 Deskcon

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION SN716 DESKCON (DLC) ATTENTION Contents Static Sensitive Handling Precautions Required STEP 4: Plug the headset into the modular jack (H/S 0 or H/S 1) located at the bottom of the console, if required. Figure 2-66 Headset Installation for SN716 DESKCON HAND H/S 0 H/S 1...

  • Page 181: Figure 2-67 Cable Connection To Sn716 Deskcon

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION SN716 DESKCON (DLC) ATTENTION Contents Static Sensitive Handling Precautions Required STEP 5: Plug the line cord into the modular jack (LINE) located at the bottom of the console. For the MDF cross connection for the SN716 DESKCON. Refer to “MDF Cross Connection for SN716 DESKCON (PN-PW00 Power Option)”...

  • Page 182: Figure 2-68 Ac-dc Adapter Connection To Sn716 Deskcon

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION SN716 DESKCON (DLC) ATTENTION Contents Static Sensitive Handling Precautions Required STEP 6: When using an AC-DC ADAPTER for power supply, plug the AC-DC ADAPTER into the “12-24V DC” terminal located at the rear of the console. Figure 2-68 AC-DC ADAPTER Connection to SN716 DESKCON 12~24V DC RS-232 AC-DC ADAPTER...

  • Page 183: Figure 2-69 Pn-pw00 Card Connection To The Sn716 Deskcon

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION SN716 DESKCON (DLC) ATTENTION Contents Static Sensitive Handling Precautions Required STEP 7: When using the PN-PW00 card for power supply, connect the PN-PW00 card and SN716 DESKCON by Installation cable as shown below and in Figure 2-63. Figure 2-69 PN-PW00 Card Connection to the SN716 DESKCON PZ-PW121 PN-PW00...

  • Page 184: Sn610/708/709/712 Attcon (dlc), Figure 2-70 Mdf Cross Connection For Sn610 Attcon (standard Line)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION SN610/708/709/712 ATTCON (DLC) SN610/708/709/712 ATTCON (DLC) (1) SN610 ATTCON • Standard Line (PN-2DLCC) Figure 2-70 MDF Cross Connection for SN610 ATTCON (Standard Line) PIM0 LTC0 PN-2DLCC ROSETTE TO SN610 ATTCON GREEN LEN000 (No. 0) YELLOW BLACK LT00 LEN001 (No.

  • Page 185: Figure 2-71 Mdf Cross Connection For Sn610 Attcon (long Line) (1 Of 2)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION SN610/708/709/712 ATTCON (DLC) • Long Line (PN-4DLCF) Figure 2-71 MDF Cross Connection for SN610 ATTCON (Long Line) (1 of 2) NOTE: When using the No. 2 and No. 3 circuits of PN-4DLCF card, make the installation cable by using the connector attached with the PN-4DLCF card.

  • Page 186: Figure 2-71 Mdf Cross Connection For Sn610 Attcon (long Line) (2 Of 2)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION SN610/708/709/712 ATTCON (DLC) Figure 2-71 MDF Cross Connection for SN610 ATTCON (Long Line) (2 of 2) LTC CONNECTOR CN1 CONNECTOR LTC0 (J) LTC0 (P) LEN000 LEN003 LEN001 LEN002 NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 160 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 187: Figure 2-72 Mdf Cross Connection For Sn708/709/712 Attcon (standard Line)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION SN610/708/709/712 ATTCON (DLC) (2) SN708/709/712 ATTCON • Standard Line (PN-8DLC/PN-4DLC) Figure 2-72 MDF Cross Connection for SN708/709/712 ATTCON (Standard Line) PIM0 LTC0 PN-8DLC ROSETTE TO SN708/709/712 ATTCON LEN000 (No. 0) LEN001 (No. 1) • • • • •...

  • Page 188: Figure 2-73 Mdf Cross Connection For Sn708/709/712 Attcon (long Line)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION SN610/708/709/712 ATTCON (DLC) • Long Line (PN-2DLCB/PN-2DLCN) Figure 2-73 MDF Cross Connection for SN708/709/712 ATTCON (Long Line) PIM0 LTC0 PN-2DLCB/PN-2DLCN ROSETTE TO SN708/709/712 ATTCON LEN000 (No. 0) LEN001 (No. 1) LT00 MODULAR CONNECTOR LTC0 (J) LTC0 (P) LEN000 LEN001 NEAX2000 IVS...

  • Page 189: Figure 2-74 Jack Set Installation For Sn610/708/709/712 Attcon

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION SN610/708/709/712 ATTCON (DLC) ATTENTION Contents Static Sensitive (3) Installation of SN610/708/709/712 ATTCON Handling Precautions Required STEP 1: To provide the console with the headset in place of the handset, unplug the modular cord from the handset and then plug the modular cord to the Jack Set. Figure 2-74 Jack Set Installation for SN610/708/709/712 ATTCON SN610/708/709/712 ATTCON...

  • Page 190: Figure 2-75 Switch Setting On The Sn610/708/709/712 Attcon (1 Of 2)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION SN610/708/709/712 ATTCON (DLC) ATTENTION Contents Static Sensitive Handling Precautions Required STEP 2: Set the switch located inside the console according to the type of headset/handset con- nected. Refer to next page. Figure 2-75 Switch Setting on the SN610/708/709/712 ATTCON (1 of 2) •...

  • Page 191: Figure 2-75 Switch Setting On The Sn610/708/709/712 Attcon (2 Of 2)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION SN610/708/709/712 ATTCON (DLC) ATTENTION Contents Static Sensitive Handling Precautions Required Figure 2-75 Switch Setting on the SN610/708/709/712 ATTCON (2 of 2) • Set the switch according to the type of headset/handset connected. C: Carbon Type Handset/Headset S: SUPRA Headset term D: D Type Handset...

  • Page 192: Figure 2-76 Cable Connection To Sn610/708/709/712 Attcon

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION SN610/708/709/712 ATTCON (DLC) ATTENTION Contents Static Sensitive Handling Precautions Required STEP 3: Plug the line cord into the modular jack located at the bottom of the console. For the MDF cross connection refer to the following; • SN610 ATTCON (Page 158) •...

  • Page 193: Figure 2-77 Mounting Of Handset Support To Sn610/708/709/712 Attcon

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION SN610/708/709/712 ATTCON (DLC) ATTENTION Contents Static Sensitive Handling Precautions Required STEP 4: Screw the handset support onto the bottom of the console as shown below. Figure 2-77 Mounting of Handset Support to SN610/708/709/712 ATTCON HANDSET SUPPORT SN610/708/709/712 ATTCON NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 167...

  • Page 194: Day/night Mode Change By External Key (dk/mp)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Day/Night Mode Change by External Key (DK/MP) Day/Night Mode Change by External Key (DK/MP) Figure 2-78 MDF Cross Connection for Day/Night Mode Change by External Key • When using PN-DK00 PIM0 LTC0 PN-DK00 TO KEYS LEN000 LT00 LEN002 LTC0 (J) LTC0 (P)

  • Page 195: External Tas Indicator (dk/mp), Figure 2-79 External Tas Indicator Connection Outline

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION External TAS Indicator (DK/MP) External TAS Indicator (DK/MP) (1) Connection Outline Figure 2-79 External TAS Indicator Connection Outline • When using PN-DK00 TAS Indicator with Battery PN-DK00 PZ-PW121 TAS Indicator with Battery (Ground Start) PN-DK00 • When using DK on PN-CP14 TAS Indicator with Battery (Ground Start) PN-CP14...

  • Page 196: Figure 2-80 Mdf Cross Connection For Tas Indicator With Battery

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION External TAS Indicator (DK/MP) (2) MDF Cross Connection • When using a TAS Indicator with a Battery Figure 2-80 MDF Cross Connection for TAS Indicator with Battery PIM0 LTC0 TAS INDICATOR PN-DK00 WITH BATTERY LEN000 LT00 LEN002 PZ-PW121 –27V LTC0 (J)

  • Page 197: Figure 2-81 Mdf Cross Connection For Tas Indicator With Battery (ground Start)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION External TAS Indicator (DK/MP) • When using a TAS Indicator with a Battery (Ground Start) Figure 2-81 MDF Cross Connection for TAS Indicator with Battery (Ground Start) PIM0 TAS INDICATOR LTC0 WITH BATTERY (GROUND START) PN-DK00 LEN000 LT00 LEN002 LTC0 (J)

  • Page 198: Paging Equipment (cot And Dk/mp), Figure 2-82 Paging Equipment Connection Outline (1 Of 2)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Paging Equipment (COT and DK/MP) Paging Equipment (COT and DK/MP) (1) Requirement for Customer-owned Paging Equipment Input Impedance : 600 ohm Control Method Start - Ground Start NOTE Stop - Ground Off (Open) NOTE: The current capacity of relay contact (PN-DK00 card) is 0.125A. (2) Connection Outline Figure 2-82 Paging Equipment Connection Outline (1 of 2) •...

  • Page 199: Figure 2-82 Paging Equipment Connection Outline (2 Of 2)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Paging Equipment (COT and DK/MP) Figure 2-82 Paging Equipment Connection Outline (2 of 2) • When using PN-8COT and DK on PN-CP14 For Amplifier Input PN-8COT Paging Equipment PN-CP14 For Control PZ-PW121 NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 173 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 200: Figure 2-83 Mdf Cross Connection For Paging Equipment

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Paging Equipment (COT and DK/MP) (3) MDF Cross Connection Figure 2-83 MDF Cross Connection for Paging Equipment PIM0 LTC0 PN-DK00 LEN000 LT00 LEN002 PN-8COT LEN008 (No. 0) PAGING EQUIPMENT • • • • • • • • CONTROL •...

  • Page 201: External Tone Source/announcement Machine (dk/tnt/mp)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION External Tone Source/Announcement Machine (DK/TNT/MP) External Tone Source/Announcement Machine (DK/TNT/MP) (1) Requirement for Customer-owned External Tone Source/Announcement Machine Output level Less than 0 dbm (Adjustable) Output impedance : Less than 1 kohms (When using PN-4COT/8COT and PN-DK00) Less than 10 kohms (When using Pin Jacks on PN-TNTA) Control Method Start - Ground Start NOTE 1...

  • Page 202: Figure 2-84 External Tone Source/announcement Machine Connection Outline

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION External Tone Source/Announcement Machine (DK/TNT/MP) (2) Connection Outline Figure 2-84 External Tone Source/Announcement Machine Connection Outline • When using PN-8COT and PN-DK00 PN-8COT External Tone Source/Announcement Machine Diode * PN-DK00 * Rating for the Diode • V Less than –50V •...

  • Page 203

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION External Tone Source/Announcement Machine (DK/TNT/MP) (3) MDF Cross Connection Figure 2-85 MDF Cross Connection for External Tone Source/Announcement Machine (1 of 2) PIM0 LTC0 PN-DK00 LEN000 LT00 LEN002 PN-8COT LEN008 (No. 0) EXTERNAL TONE SOURCE/ ANNOUNCEMENT MACHINE •...

  • Page 204

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION External Tone Source/Announcement Machine (DK/TNT/MP) Figure 2-85 MDF Cross Connection for External Tone Source/Announcement Machine (2 of 2) LTC0 (J) LTC0 (P) LEN000 LEN002 LEN008 LEN009 • • • • • • • • • • • •...

  • Page 205

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION External Tone Source/Announcement Machine (DK/TNT/MP) • If a D.C. voltage is supplied with the tone from the external tone source/announcement ma- chine, a transformer or coupling capacitor should be used as shown below. Figure 2-86 Connecting External Tone Source/Announcement Machine Supplied with D.C.

  • Page 206: External Bgm Source (cot/tnt/mp), Figure 2-87 External Bgm Sources Connection Outline

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION External BGM Source (COT/TNT/MP) External BGM Source (COT/TNT/MP) The system can connect a maximum of 10 customer-owned BGM sources. (1) Connection Outline Figure 2-87 External BGM Sources Connection Outline • When using PN-8COT PN-8COT BGM SOURCE BGM SOURCE BGM SOURCE •...

  • Page 207: Figure 2-88 Mdf Cross Connection For External Bgm Sources

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION External BGM Source (COT/TNT/MP) (2) MDF Cross Connection • When using PN-8COT Figure 2-88 MDF Cross Connection for External BGM Sources PIM0 LTC0 PN-8COT BGM SOURCE LEN000 (No. 0) BGM SOURCE LEN001 (No. 1) • • • •...

  • Page 208: Power Failure Transfer (auc), Figure 2-89 Pft Connection Outline (auc)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Power Failure Transfer (AUC) Power Failure Transfer (AUC) (1) Connection Outline Figure 2-89 PFT Connection Outline (AUC) TO C.O. LINE PN-AUC PN-4COT NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 182 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 209: Figure 2-90 Mdf Cross Connection For Pft (auc) (1 Of 2)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Power Failure Transfer (AUC) (2) MDF Cross Connection Figure 2-90 MDF Cross Connection for PFT (AUC) (1 of 2) NOTE 1: The No. 2 and No. 3 circuit in the PN-4COT card cannot be used for PFT function. NOTE 2: When using Ground Start trunks with PFT function, the single line stations must have a ground sending button and a ground lead must be run to the station.

  • Page 210: Figure 2-90 Mdf Cross Connection For Pft (auc) (2 Of 2)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Power Failure Transfer (AUC) Figure 2-90 MDF Cross Connection for PFT (AUC) (2 of 2) LTC0 (J) LTC0 (P) 1 C.O.R0 26 C.O.T0 26 C.O.T0 1 C.O.R0 LEN000 2 C.O.R1 27 C.O.T1 27 C.O.T1 2 C.O.R1 LEN001 LEN008 9 Sta.R0 34 Sta.T0 34 Sta.T0 9 Sta.R0...

  • Page 211: Power Failure Transfer (8pft), Figure 2-91 Pft Connection Outline (8pft)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Power Failure Transfer (8PFT) Power Failure Transfer (8PFT) (1) Connection Outline Figure 2-91 PFT Connection Outline (8PFT) PZ-8PFTB PN-8LC PN-8COT TO C.O. LINE NOTE NOTE: Using the PN-AUCA card (long line card) instead of the PN-8LC card is not recom- mended due to the variations from Central Office to the PBX;...

  • Page 212: Figure 2-92 Connection Of 25-pair Cable And Pz-8pftb

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Power Failure Transfer (8PFT) (2) Installation of PZ-8PFTB STEP 1: Mount the PZ-8PFTB card into the PFT slot of the PIM. STEP 2: Connect the champ connectors of 25-pair cables to the PFT0 and PFT1 connectors on the PZ-8PFTB card as shown below.

  • Page 213: Figure 2-93 Pft Connector Pin Assignment

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Power Failure Transfer (8PFT) STEP 3: Connect the 25-pair cables on the MDF. • This figure shows the PFT connector pin assignment for each PFT circuit number (No. 0 - No. 7). Figure 2-93 PFT Connector Pin Assignment PFT0 PFT1 Sta.

  • Page 214: Figure 2-94 Mdf Cross Connection For Pft (8pft) (1 Of 2)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Power Failure Transfer (8PFT) • This figure shows MDF cross connection for No. 0 circuit on the PZ-8PFTB. Figure 2-94 MDF Cross Connection for PFT (8PFT) (1 of 2) TO C.O. LINE Ring Ring TO STATION PIM0 PZ-8PFTB LTC0 PFT0...

  • Page 215: Figure 2-94 Mdf Cross Connection For Pft (8pft) (2 Of 2)

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Power Failure Transfer (8PFT) Figure 2-94 MDF Cross Connection for PFT (8PFT) (2 of 2) PFT0 CONNECTOR PFT0 (J) PFT0 (P) TO STATION Sta. R0 26 Sta. T0 26 Sta. T0 Sta. R0 8LC. R0 27 8LC. T0 27 8LC.

  • Page 216: Alarm Display Panel (mp), Figure 2-95 Mdf Cross Connection For Alarm Display Panel

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Alarm Display Panel (MP) Alarm Display Panel (MP) Figure 2-95 MDF Cross Connection for Alarm Display Panel ALARM DISPLAY PANEL PIM0 LTC0 PN-CP14 FRONT PZ-PW121 –27V REAR LTC0 (J) LTC0 (P) NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 190 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 217: Built-in Smdr (mp), Figure 2-96 Smdr Terminal Direct Connection

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Built-in SMDR (MP) Built-in SMDR (MP) The MP card provides a RS-232C interface port for SMDR connection. No.0 Port : Async.: 1200/2400/4800/9600/19200 bps • Direct connection Connect the SMDR terminal to the RS 0 Port of the PN-CP14 card using the RS RVS-15 (S) CA-A/RS RVS-4 (S) CA-A/RS RVS-4 (S) CA-C as shown below.

  • Page 218: Rs Rvs-4s Ca-a/rs Rvs-4s Ca-c

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Built-in SMDR (MP) Figure 2-98 RS RVS-15 CA-A/RS RVS-15S CA-A/ RS RVS-4 CA-A/RS RVS-4 CA-C/ RS RVS-4S CA-A/RS RVS-4S CA-C NOTE: If the SMDR terminal does not send DTR or RTS signal, cut the signal lead marked by X in the D-Sub connector (SMDR terminal side) as shown in the wiring diagram above.

  • Page 219: Figure 2-99 Rs Norm-4 Ca-a/rs Norm-4s Ca-a

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Built-in SMDR (MP) Figure 2-99 RS NORM-4 CA-A/RS NORM-4S CA-A Table 2-7. 4 m (13.1 ft.) MAX. 06D-TXC (1) 24-TXC (1) 06B-RXC 17-RXC 06A-TXC (2) 15-TXC (2) 05C-DTR 20-DTR 05B-GND 01-GND 05A-TXD 02-TXD 04B-RXD 03-RXD 04A-RTS 04-RTS 03B-CTS 05-CTS 03A-DSR...

  • Page 220: Smdr/pms/mci/cis Printer/hotel Printer (ap00), Figure 2-100 Smdr/pms/mci Terminal Direct Connection

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION SMDR/PMS/MCI/CIS Printer/Hotel Printer (AP00) SMDR/PMS/MCI/CIS Printer/Hotel Printer (AP00) The PN-AP00-B card provides 4 RS-232C interface ports for SMDR, PMS, MCI, CIS Printer, Ho- tel Printer. (1) SMDR/PMS/MCI (VMS) • Direct Connection Connect the terminal to the RS0-RS3 port of the PN-AP00-B card using the RS RVS-15 (S) CA-A/RS RVS-4 (S) CA-A/RS RVS-4 (S) CA-C as shown below.

  • Page 221: Figure 2-101 Smdr/pms/mci Terminal Connection Via Modems

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION SMDR/PMS/MCI/CIS Printer/Hotel Printer (AP00) • Connection via MODEM When the cable length between the PBX and the terminal is more than 15 m (49.2 ft), MO- DEMs are required. Use RS RORM-4(S) CA-A as shown below. See also Figure 2-99.

  • Page 222: Figure 2-102 Printer Direct Connection, Figure 2-103 Printer Connection Via Modems

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION SMDR/PMS/MCI/CIS Printer/Hotel Printer (AP00) (2) CIS Printer/Hotel Printer • Direct Connection Connect a maximum of two printers to the PN-AP00-B using the RS PRT-15(S) CA-A as shown below. Figure 2-102 Printer Direct Connection RS0-RS3 CONNECTOR AP00-B PRINTER0/PRINTER1 RS PRT-15 CA-A/ RS PRT-15S CA-A : 15 m (49.2 ft.) MAX.

  • Page 223: Figure 2-104 Rs Prt-15 Ca-a/rs Prt-15s Ca-a

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION SMDR/PMS/MCI/CIS Printer/Hotel Printer (AP00) Figure 2-104 RS PRT-15 CA-A/RS PRT-15S CA-A Table 2-7. MAX. 15 m (49.2 ft.) 05C-DTR 05B-GND 01-GND 05A-TXD 03-RXD 03B-CTS 20-DTR 03A-DSR 02B-GND 07-GND ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- (RT) ---- ----...

  • Page 224: Table 2-7 Rs-232c Connector Layout

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION SMDR/PMS/MCI/CIS Printer/Hotel Printer (AP00) Table 2-7 RS-232C Connector Layout SIGNAL-NAME SIGNAL MEANING ITU-T DIRECTION RS-232C JIS C6361 ANOTHER V.24 (FG) Frame Ground Send Data Receive Data Request to Send Clear to Send Data Set Ready Signal Ground Data Channel Receive Carrier Detect Not Used...

  • Page 225: Mounting Circuit Cards, Figure 2-105 Mounting Of Circuit Cards

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Mounting Circuit Cards MOUNTING CIRCUIT CARDS (1) Before mounting the circuit cards, confirm the following items. ATTENTION Contents Static Sensitive • Wrist Strap is connected to Frame Ground. Handling Precautions Required • Switch settings of circuit cards are already completed. See CHAPTER •...

  • Page 226: Figure 2-106 Installation Of The Card Stopper

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Mounting Circuit Cards (3) Fix the CARD STOPPER according to the following procedure. STEP 1: After mounting all circuit cards slide the CARD STOPPER to the left. STEP 2: Tighten the screws of the CARD STOPPER as shown below. NOTE: When sliding the PIM CARD STOPPER, loosen all of the screws securing the PIM CARD STOPPER and the PZ-M542/PZ-M557 card (the screws need not to be re-...

  • Page 227: System Initialization, All Clear, Except Len000 Cat, Resident System Program

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION System Initialization SYSTEM INITIALIZATION There are two methods for System Initialization. The first method is to Clear All ATTENTION Data, except LEN000 as a CAT terminal, then program the System Data. The Contents Static Sensitive second method is to use the Resident System Program, which causes the sys- Handling Precautions Required tem to configure itself automatically to the default settings, wherever the line/...

  • Page 228: System Data Entry

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION System Data Entry SYSTEM DATA ENTRY There are two methods for data entry, using a Customer Administration Terminal ATTENTION (CAT) or a Maintenance Administration Terminal (MAT). Contents Static Sensitive Handling Precautions Required NOTE: For assigning system data, refer to the Command Manual. term term Any D...

  • Page 229: Cofirming Lamp Indication

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION To reset CAT mode: While “COMMAND = -” is displayed on the LCD: ATTENTION Contents Static Sensitive Lift the handset (off hook) Handling Precautions Required SPKR/Speaker lamp turns off. Restore the handset (on hook) CNF/Conf, FNC/Feature lamps turn off. LCD returns to clock.

  • Page 230: Operation Test

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION Operation Test OPERATION TEST Confirm the entered system data and hardware, including cable connection, by completing the following operational tests. • Basic Connection Test at MDF Station Line Test (Operator Call from all stations) Central Office Trunk Test (Incoming, Outgoing) Tie Line Trunk Test (Incoming, Outgoing) •...

  • Page 231: System Data Save, Cleaning And Visual Check, Cleaning, Visual Check

    CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION System Data Save SYSTEM DATA SAVE After system data entry, save the system data to floppy diskette. Refer to “MATWorX Users Guide” for the operation of system data save. CLEANING AND VISUAL CHECK Cleaning Clean the following places: •...

  • Page 232

    This page is for your notes. NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 206 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 233

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS This chapter explains the meaning of lamp indications and the method of switch settings of each circuit card used in the system. NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 207 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 234: Chapter 3 Lamp Indications And Switch Settings, How To Read This Chapter

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS How To Read This Chapter HOW TO READ THIS CHAPTER This chapter explains each circuit card used in this system about the following items. Explana- tions are given in alphabetical order of the circuit card names within each circuit card category (Control, Application Processor, and Line/Trunk).

  • Page 235: Table 3-1 List Of Control Cards, Control Card

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS Control Card CONTROL CARD The table below shows the control cards explained in this section. Table 3-1 List of Control Cards EXTRACTION/ INSERTION WITH LAMP SWITCH POWER ON NAME X: PROVIDED X: PROVIDED REFERENCE X: ALLOWED (FUNCTIONAL...

  • Page 236: Pn-cp14 (mp)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-CP14 (MP) PN-CP14 (MP) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors CONN JACK CONN: To CONNR connector on PZ-M537 (EXPMEM) Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME Green Flashes at 120 IPM while this card is operating normally. Green Remains lit while receiving clock signals to the PLO.

  • Page 237

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-CP14 (MP) Switch Settings CAUTION When the operating power is being supplied to this circuit card, do not plug/unplug this circuit card into/from its mounting slot. SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION SW3 (Rotary SW) On Line...

  • Page 238

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-CP14 (MP) SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION SW1 (Push SW) For initializing CPU A-law (Australia) (Piano Key SW) µ-law (North America) Selection of PLO0 input (Phase Locked Oscillator) • For clock receiver office: SW2-2 SW2-3 FUNCTION 1.5MHz clock...

  • Page 239

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-CP14 (MP) SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION SW4 (DIP SW) Not used Not used 1 2 3 4 Selection of PLO1 input (Phase Locked Oscillator) • For clock receiver office: SW4-3 SW4-4 FUNCTION 1.5MHz clock...

  • Page 240

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-CP14 (MP) SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION JP0 (Jumper pin) Not used (Memory backup OFF) For normal operation DOWN Front (Memory backup ON) JP1 (Jumper pin) For using internal tone source DOWN For using external tone source Front...

  • Page 241: Pn-cp15 (fp)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-CP15 (FP) PN-CP15 (FP) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors SENSE Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME Green Flashes at 120 IPM while the circuit card is operating normally. NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 215 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 242

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-CP15 (FP) Switch Settings SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION SENSE For setting FP No. (Rotary SW) For mounting this card in PIM0 For mounting this card in PIM2 For mounting this card in PIM4 For mounting this card in PIM6 NOTE1 Not used...

  • Page 243: Pn-pw00 (extpwr)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-PW00 (EXTPWR) PN-PW00 (EXTPWR) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors -48V -48V -48V -48V CONN TO DESKCON Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME Green Remains lit while –48V power is being supplied NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 217 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 244

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-PW00 (EXTPWR) Switch Settings SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION MB (Toggle SW) For make-busy (–48V power off) For normal operation DOWN (–48V power on) NOTE The figure in the SWITCH NAME column and the position in in the SETTING POSITION column indicate the standard setting of the switch.

  • Page 245: Pz-pw121 (ac/dc Pwr)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PZ-PW121 (AC/DC PWR) PZ-PW121 (AC/DC PWR) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors SW 301 SW 102 SW 101 CN103 (SIGNAL) CN104 BATT BATT SW 1 NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 219 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 246

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PZ-PW121 (AC/DC PWR) Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME Remains lit when a major trouble occurres or resident system program is not properly loaded Yellow Remains lit when a minor trouble occurres or resident system program is successfully loaded, or a station line is locked out Green Remains lit while the operating power is being supplied...

  • Page 247

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PZ-PW121 (AC/DC PWR) SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION SW301 (DIP SW) CR Voltage: 75Vrms CR Voltage: 90Vrms Frequency: 20 Hz 25Hz 20Hz Frequency: 25 Hz SW102 To start each PIM on battery power PRESS when AC power is not provided MOMEN-...

  • Page 248: Pz-pw122 (dc/dc Pwr)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PZ-PW122 (DC/DC PWR) PZ-PW122 (DC/DC PWR) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors CONN CONN connector: To PWR1 connector on PIM BWB POWER OUTPUT CABLE (-48V, E): To PWR0C connector on PIM BWB NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 222 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 249

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PZ-PW122 (DC/DC PWR) Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME Green Remains lit while the operating power is being supplied Switch Settings CAUTION When the operating power is being supplied to this circuit card, do not plug/unplug this circuit card into/from its mounting slot.

  • Page 250: Table 3-2 List Of Application Processor Cards, Application Processor Card

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS Application Processor Card APPLICATION PROCESSOR CARD The table below shows the application cards to be explained in this section. Table 3-2 List of Application Processor Cards EXTRACTION/ INSERTION WITH LAMP SWITCH POWER ON NAME X: PROVIDED X: PROVIDED...

  • Page 251

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS Application Processor Card Table 3-2 List of Application Processor Cards (Continued) EXTRACTION/ INSERTION WITH LAMP SWITCH POWER ON NAME X: PROVIDED X: PROVIDED REFERENCE X: ALLOWED (FUNCTIONAL –: NOT –: NOT PAGE NAME) : ALLOWED PROVIDED PROVIDED...

  • Page 252: Pn-ap00-a (dbm)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-AP00-A (DBM) PN-AP00-A (DBM) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors SENSE NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 226 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 253

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-AP00-A (DBM) Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME Green Flashes at 120 IPM while this card is operating normally. Not used L0-L3 Green Second data setting value for CMD001 > 250 1 (Port 0)-3 (Port 2) Indication of transmitting Indication of CTS signal status on status of Port 0...

  • Page 254

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-AP00-A (DBM) SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION For normal operation (Piano Key SW) Not used For normal operation Not used For normal operation Not used Not used SW0 (DIP SW) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 - 8 Not used...

  • Page 255: Pn-ap00-b (ap00)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-AP00-B (AP00) PN-AP00-B (AP00) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors CONN SENSE CONN: To CONNR connector on PZ-M537 (EXPMEM) NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 229 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 256

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-AP00-B (AP00) Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME Green Flashes at 120 IPM while this card is operating normally. L0-L3 Green Second data setting value for CMD001 > 250 1 (Port 0)-3 (Port 2) Indication of transmitting Indication of CTS signal status on status of Port 0...

  • Page 257

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-AP00-B (AP00) SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION SW0 (DIP SW) Not used 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 For normal operation For normal operation 4, 5 Not used Sets No.

  • Page 258

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-AP00-B (AP00) SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION SW2 (DIP SW) Sets No. 3 Port forcibly in a state which DSR signal is always pro- 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 vided.

  • Page 259

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-AP00-B (AP00) SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION SW2 (DIP SW) • Uses internal clock as the receive clock when No. 1 Port is synchro- 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 nous.

  • Page 260

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-AP00-B (AP00) ory buffer on the AP00 card even if the cable is disconnected from the DCE. When the switch is set to OFF, the call records or system messages will be stored when the cable is disconnected, and will be sent when the cable is re-connected.

  • Page 261: Pn-ap01 (ap01)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-AP01 (AP01) PN-AP01 (AP01) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors SENSE Lamp Indications LAMP NAME COLOR FUNCTION Green Flashes at 120 IPM while this card is operating normally. L0-L3 Green Indication of CTS signal status on RS-232C port. Indication of DCD signal status on RS-232C port.

  • Page 262

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-AP01 (AP01) Switch Settings SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION SENSE Set the switch to match the AP Number (04-15) to (Rotary SW) be set by CM05. AP No. 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 SW No.

  • Page 263

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-AP01 (AP01) SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION SW0 (DIP SW) Receives RT clock Uses internal clock 1 2 3 4 Receives ST2 clock Uses internal clock Sends ST1 clock Not send ST1 clock Not used For normal operation RIGHT...

  • Page 264: Pn-brta (brt)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-BRTA (BRT) PN-BRTA (BRT) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors SENSE NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 238 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 265

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-BRTA (BRT) Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME Green Flashes at 120 IPM while this card is operating normally. Green B1 channel status Busy OFF: Idle Flash (60 IPM): Make Busy Green B2 channel status Busy OFF: Idle...

  • Page 266

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-BRTA (BRT) Switch Settings SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION SENSE Set the switch to match the AP Number (04-15) to (Rotary SW) be set by CM05. AP No. 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 SW No.

  • Page 267

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-BRTA (BRT) SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION SW1 (DIP SW) For terminating the transmitting side of channels B1 and B2 with 100 ohms. To remove the terminating resistor on the transmitting side of channels B1 and B2.

  • Page 268

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-BRTA (BRT) NOTE 3: Set the SW0-2 and SW0-3 as follows: BRT0 BRT1 BRT2 ---- BRT11 CONDITIONS REMARKS ---- When one MP card will receive the BRT is ON ON clock signal from BRT0 at provided.

  • Page 269: Pn-2brtc (brt)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-2BRTC (BRT) PN-2BRTC (BRT) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors SENSE ALM1 ALM0 SW11 SW10 NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 243 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 270

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-2BRTC (BRT) Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME Green Flashes at 120 IPM while this card is operating normally. No.1 Circuit B2 channel status Busy OFF: Idle Flash (60 IPM): Make Busy B1 channel status Busy OFF: Idle...

  • Page 271

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-2BRTC (BRT) Switch Settings SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION SENSE Set the switch to match the AP Number (04-31) to (Rotary SW) be set by CM05. SW11-4: ON 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 AP No.

  • Page 272

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-2BRTC (BRT) SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION SW11 (DIP SW) For normal operation 1 2 3 4 Not used Output clock signals according to the switch setting of SW11-3. NOTE 3 NOTE 4 Do not output clock signals.

  • Page 273

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-2BRTC (BRT) NOTE 3: The system can supply clock signals from two clock supply routes. In normal condition, the system synchronizes to the clock signals supplied on the PLO 0 of MP card via the Back Wiring Board, and if the clock signals are failed, the clock supply route takes over to PLO1 automatically.

  • Page 274: Pn-cc01 (ether)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-CC01 (ETHER) PN-CC01 (ETHER) Location of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors LINK 10BASE-T NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 248 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 275

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-CC01 (ETHER) Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME Green Flashes at 60 IPM while this card is operating normally. LINK Green Remains lit when link is established. Green Remains lit when it is transmitting the data. Green Remains lit when it is receiving the data.

  • Page 276

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-CC01 (ETHER) SWITCH SWITCH SETTING FUNCTION CHECK NAME NUMBER POSITION SW1 (DIP SW) 1 (D15) 2 (D14) ON:0 OFF:1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 MAC ADDRESS SWITCH SETTING 3 (D13) 00004CA4 X X X X 4 (D12) (HEX)

  • Page 277

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-CC01 (ETHER) NOTE 1: When the power is on, flip the MB switch to ON (UP position) before plugging/unplug- ging the circuit card. NOTE 2: Each equipment must have a unique MAC address to distinguish between systems. Therefore, when more than one PBX is installed in the same network, assign the lower 4 digits of the following MAC address by SW1 and SW2 to prevent duplicate address- 00004CA4...

  • Page 278: Pn-daia (dai)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-DAIA (DAI) PN-DAIA (DAI) Location of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors SENSE LINK LOOP PCM1 PCM0 Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME Green Flashes at 120 IPM while this card is operating normally. LINK Green Remains lit when a link between this card and a distant office is normally connected.

  • Page 279

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-DAIA (DAI) Switch Settings SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION SENSE FP (Firmware Processor) Number setting for the (Rotary SW) DAIA card. By this setting, the system regards the DAIA card and the opposite DAIB card as one Firmware Pro- cessor.

  • Page 280

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-DAIA (DAI) SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION Control channel signaling data SW2 (DIP SW) transmission speed: 48kbps Control channel signaling data 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 transmission speed: 64kbps DTI frame configuration: 12-Multi Frame DTI frame configuration: 24-Multi...

  • Page 281

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-DAIA (DAI) SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION SW3 (DIP SW) Set the equalizer according to the cable length between the system 1 2 3 4 and the CSU. CABLE LENGTH 0 - 40m (0-131.2ft.) 40 - 80m...

  • Page 282

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-DAIA (DAI) NOTE 3: When clock source office signal is supplied via the line between the main site and the remote site, set the SW1-1 and SW1-2 as the following table. In this case, DAIA cards (DAIA0, DAIA1) must be mounted in PIM0.

  • Page 283: Pn-daib (dai)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-DAIB (DAI) PN-DAIB (DAI) Location of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors SENSE LINK LOOP Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME Green Flashes at 120 IPM while this card is operating normally. LINK Green Remains lit when a link between this card and a distant office is normally connected.

  • Page 284

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-DAIB (DAI) Switch Settings SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION SENSE Always set to 0 (Rotary SW) Not used MB (Toggle SW) For make-busy For normal operation DOWN NOTE 1 Always set to OFF (Piano Key SW) Always set to OFF Always set to OFF...

  • Page 285

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-DAIB (DAI) SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION Control channel signaling data SW2 (DIP SW) transmission speed: 48kbps Control channel signaling data 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 transmission speed: 64kbps DTI frame configuration: 12-Multi Frame DTI frame configuration: 24-Multi...

  • Page 286

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-DAIB (DAI) SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION SW3 (DIP SW) Set the equalizer according to the cable length between the system 1 2 3 4 and the CSU. CABLE LENGTH 0 - 40m (0-131.2ft.) 40 - 80m...

  • Page 287: Pn-daic (dai)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-DAIC (DAI) PN-DAIC (DAI) Location of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors LINK LOOP TBUS RBUS Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME Green Flashes at 120 IPM while this card is operating normally. LINK Green Remains lit when the following connection are normal.

  • Page 288

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-DAIC (DAI) Switch Settings SWITCH SWITCH SETTING FUNCTION CHECK NAME NUMBER POSITION MB (Toggle SW) For make-busy For normal operation DOWN NOTE Always set to OFF (Piano Key SW) Always set to OFF Always set to OFF Always set to OFF SW2 (DIP SW)

  • Page 289

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-DAIC (DAI) SWITCH SWITCH SETTING FUNCTION CHECK NAME NUMBER POSITION SW3 (DIP SW) Set the equalizer according to the cable length between the system and the CSU. 1 2 3 4 CABLE LENGTH 0 - 40m (0-131.2ft.) 40 - 80m...

  • Page 290: Pn-daid (dai)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-DAID (DAI) PN-DAID (DAI) Location of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors SENSE LINK LOOP PCM1 PCM0 Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME Green Flashes at 120 IPM while this card is operating normally. LINK Green Remains lit when a link between this card and a distant office is normally connected.

  • Page 291

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-DAID (DAI) Switch Settings SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION SENSE FP (Firmware Processor) Number setting for the (Rotary SW) DAID card. By this setting, the system regards the DAID card and the opposite DAIE card as one Firmware Pro- cessor.

  • Page 292

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-DAID (DAI) SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION SW2 (DIP SW) Control channel signaling data transmission speed: 48kbps Control channel signaling data 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 transmission speed: 64kbps CRC Synchronization Detection Timer is provided.

  • Page 293

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-DAID (DAI) SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION SW2 (DIP SW) Setting of control signal time slot SWITCH NUMBER TIME SLOT NUMBER 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 TS 4 TS 5 TS 6 TS 7...

  • Page 294

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-DAID (DAI) SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION SW3 (DIP SW) Always set to ON Always set to ON 1 2 3 4 Always set to ON Always set to OFF JPS (Jumper pin) Balanced transmission: 120 ohms Right...

  • Page 295

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-DAID (DAI) NOTE 3: When clock source office signal is supplied via the line between the main site and the remote site, set the SW1-1 and SW1-2 as the following table. In this case, DAID cards (DAID0, DAID1) must be mounted in PIM0.

  • Page 296: Pn-daie (dai)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-DAIE (DAI) PN-DAIE (DAI) Location of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors SENSE LINK LOOP Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME Green Flashes at 120 IPM while this card is operating normally. LINK Green Remains lit when a link between this card and a distant office is normally connected.

  • Page 297

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-DAIE (DAI) Switch Settings SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION SENSE Always set to 0 (Rotary SW) Not used MB (Toggle SW) For make-busy For normal operation DOWN NOTE 1 Always set to OFF (Piano Key SW) Always set to OFF Always set to OFF...

  • Page 298

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-DAIE (DAI) SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION SW2 (DIP SW) Setting of control signal time slot SWITCH NUMBER TIME SLOT NUMBER 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 TS 1 TS 2 TS 3 TS 4...

  • Page 299

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-DAIE (DAI) SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION SW3 (DIP SW) Always set to ON 1 2 3 4 Always set to ON Always set to ON Always set to OFF JPS (Jumper pin) Balanced transmission: 120 ohms Right...

  • Page 300: Pn-daif (dai)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-DAIF (DAI) PN-DAIF (DAI) Location of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors LINK LOOP TBUS RBUS Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME Green Flashes at 120 IPM while this card is operating normally. LINK Green Remains lit when the following connection are normal.

  • Page 301

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-DAIF (DAI) Switch Settings SWITCH SWITCH SETTING FUNCTION CHECK NAME NUMBER POSITION MB (Toggle SW) For make-busy For normal operation DOWN NOTE Always set to OFF (Piano Key SW) Line impedance: 75 ohms (For coaxial cable) Line impedance: 120 ohms (For twisted-pair cable)

  • Page 302

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-DAIF (DAI) SWITCH SWITCH SETTING FUNCTION CHECK NAME NUMBER POSITION SW2 (DIP SW) Control channel signaling data transmission speed: 48kbps 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Control channel signaling data transmission speed: 64kbps CRC Synchronization Detection Timer is provided.

  • Page 303

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-DAIF (DAI) SWITCH SWITCH SETTING FUNCTION CHECK NAME NUMBER POSITION SW3 (DIP SW) Always set to ON Always set to ON 1 2 3 4 Always set to ON When mounting this card on remote site.

  • Page 304: Pn-24dta-c (dti)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-24DTA-C (DTI) PN-24DTA-C (DTI) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors SENSE AISS JPR0 JRR1 NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 278 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 305

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-24DTA-C (DTI) Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME Green Flashes at 120 IPM while this card is operating normally. Remains lit when detecting Cyclic Redundancy Checking (CRC) errors. Remains lit when detecting PCM signal loss. Remains lit when detecting Frame Alignment signal loss.

  • Page 306

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-24DTA-C (DTI) Switch Settings SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION SENSE Not used (Rotary SW) Set the switch to match the AP Number (04-31) to be set by CM05. SW1-4: ON 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 AP No.

  • Page 307

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-24DTA-C (DTI) SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION Source clock signal from network is (Piano Key SW) sent to the PLO 0 input on MP card. NOTE 3 Source clock signal from network is NOTE 4 not sent to the PLO 0 input on MP card.

  • Page 308

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-24DTA-C (DTI) SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION Not used (Piano Key SW) Not used Not used AP No. 04-15 AP No. 20-31 NOTE 4 JPR0 (Jumper pin) Neutral grounding on the receiving line is provided.

  • Page 309

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-24DTA-C (DTI) NOTE 1: Set the groove on the switch to the desired position. NOTE 2: When the power is on, flip the MB switch to ON (UP position) before plugging/unplug- ging the circuit card. NOTE 3: Set SW0-1 and SW0-2 as follows: DTI0 DTI1...

  • Page 310: Pn-30dtc-a (dti)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-30DTC-A (DTI) PN-30DTC-A (DTI) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors SENSE MFRM MRMT NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 284 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 311

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-30DTC-A (DTI) Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME Green Flashes at 120 IPM when this card is normally operating. Remains lit when detecting PCM signal loss. Remains lit when detecting Frame Alignment signal loss. MFRM Remains lit when detecting Multi-Frame Alignment signal loss on time Slot 16.

  • Page 312

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-30DTC-A (DTI) Switch Settings SWITCH SWITCH SETTING FUNCTION CHECK NAME NUMBER POSITION SENS Set the switch to match the AP Number (04-31) to (Rotary SW) be set by CM05. SW-8: ON 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 AP No.

  • Page 313

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-30DTC-A (DTI) SWITCH SWITCH SETTING FUNCTION CHECK NAME NUMBER POSITION Source clock signal from network is (Piano Key SW) sent to the PLO 0 input on MP card. NOTE 3 Source clock signal from network is NOTE 4 not sent to the PLO 0 input on MP card...

  • Page 314

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-30DTC-A (DTI) SWITCH SWITCH SETTING FUNCTION CHECK NAME NUMBER POSITION Balanced transmission (Jumper pin) (For twisted-pair cable) TA is grounded on the transmission DOWN line (For coaxial cable) Balanced transmission (Jumper pin) (For twisted-pair cable) RA is grounded on the transmission DOWN line (For coaxial cable)

  • Page 315

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-30DTC-A (DTI) NOTE 3: Set the SW-1 and SW-2 as follows: DTI0 DTI1 DTI2 DTI3 CONDITIONS REMARKS MP card will receive the clock When one DTI is ON OFF – – – – –...

  • Page 316: Pn-ipta (ipt)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-IPTA (IPT) PN-IPTA (IPT) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors PZ-M539 PN-IPTA SENSE BUSY SUBOPE3 SUBOPE2 SUBOPE1 SUBOPE0 VCT : TO PN-4VCTH IP-TX IP-RX IP-100M IP CONN : IP-LINK CONN MODE IP-COL TO EXTERNAL IP-LYR LAN INTERFACE NEAX2000 IVS...

  • Page 317

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-IPTA (IPT) Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME Green Flashes at 120 IPM while this card is operating normally. BUSY When even 1-line ON: Even one line is busy When even 1-line OFF: All lines are idle SUBOPE3 Green Remains lit when Card No.3 of PN-4VCTH is operating.

  • Page 318

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-IPTA (IPT) Switch Settings SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION SENSE Not used (Rotary SW) Set the switch to match the AP Number (04-31) to be set by CM05. SW1-4: ON 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 AP No.

  • Page 319

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-IPTA (IPT) SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION SW1 (DIP SW) For normal operation Not used 1 2 3 4 For normal operation Not used For normal operation Not used AP Number: 04-15 AP Number: 20-31 SW2 (DIP SW) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8...

  • Page 320: Pn-24prta (prt)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-24PRTA (PRT) PN-24PRTA (PRT) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors SENSE AISS JPR0 JRR1 NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 294 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 321

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-24PRTA (PRT) Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME Green Flashes at 120 IPM while this card is operating normally. Green Remains lit when communications are normally ongoing with the D channel data links connected. –...

  • Page 322

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-24PRTA (PRT) SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION MB (Toggle SW) For make-busy For normal operation DOWN NOTE 2 Source clock signal from network is (Piano Key SW) sent to the PLO 0 input on MP card. NOTE 3 Source clock signal from network is NOTE 4...

  • Page 323

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-24PRTA (PRT) SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION Not used (Piano Key SW) Not used Not used AP No. 04-15 AP No. 20-31 NOTE 4 SW2 (DIP SW) Always set to OFF 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 [North America only for AT&T] Deletion of Area Code on...

  • Page 324

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-24PRTA (PRT) SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION JPR0 (Jumper pin) Neutral grounding on the receiving line is provided. Neutral grounding on the receiving DOWN line is not provided. JPR1 (Jumper pin) Line impedance: 100 ohms Right Left...

  • Page 325

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-24PRTA (PRT) NOTE 3: Set SW0-1 and SW0-2 as follows: PRT0 PRT1 PRT2 PRT3 PRT4 CONDITIONS REMARKS MP card will receive the When one PRT ON OFF – – – – – – –...

  • Page 326: Pn-4rstb (mfr)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-4RSTB (MFR) PN-4RSTB (MFR) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors SENSE OPE3 OPE2 OPE1 OPE0 Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME Green Flashes at 120 IPM while this card is operating normally. OPE0-3 •...

  • Page 327

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-4RSTB (MFR) Switch Settings SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION SENSE Set the switch to match the AP Number (04-31) to (Rotary SW) be set by CM05 SW-8: ON 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 AP No.

  • Page 328: Pn-4rstc (cir)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-4RSTC (CIR) PN-4RSTC (CIR) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors SENSE Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME Green Flashes at 120 IPM while this card is operating normally. BL0-3 Remains lit when receiving a CALLER ID (CLASS SM) signal. NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 302...

  • Page 329

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-4RSTC (CIR) Switch Settings SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION SENSE Set the switch to match the AP Number (04-15) to (Rotary SW) be set by CM05. AP No. 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 SW No.

  • Page 330: Pn-sc00 (cch)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-SC00 (CCH) PN-SC00 (CCH) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors SENSE TO MODEM ( FOR ANALOG INTERFACE) Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME Green Flashes at 120 IPM while this card is operating normally. Green Remains lit when communications are normally ongoing with the common signalling channel data links connected.

  • Page 331

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-SC00 (CCH) Switch Settings SWITCH SWITCH SETTING FUNCTION CHECK NAME NUMBER POSITION SENSE Set the switch to match the AP Number (04-31) to (Rotary SW) be set by CM05. SW0-4: ON 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 AP No.

  • Page 332

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-SC00 (CCH) SWITCH SWITCH SETTING FUNCTION CHECK NAME NUMBER POSITION SW1(DIP SW) • Common channel signalling data transmission speed (For Digital 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Interface) TRANSMISSION SPEED 48kbps NOTE 4 48kbps NOTE4 56kbps 64kbps...

  • Page 333: Pn-sc01 (dch)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-SC01 (DCH) PN-SC01 (DCH) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors SENSE Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME Green Flashes at 120 IPM while this card is operating normally. Green Remains lit when communications are normally ongoing with the D channel data links connected.

  • Page 334

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-SC01 (DCH) Switch Settings SWITCH SWITCH SETTING FUNCTION CHECK NAME NUMBER POSITION SENSE Set the switch to match the AP Number (04-31) to (Rotary SW) be set by CM05. SW0-4: ON 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 AP No.

  • Page 335

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-SC01 (DCH) SWITCH SWITCH SETTING FUNCTION CHECK NAME NUMBER POSITION SW1 (DIP SW) Always set to OFF 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Always set to OFF Always set to OFF Always set to OFF Always set to OFF Always set to OFF...

  • Page 336: Pn-sc03 (ich)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-SC03 (ICH) PN-SC03 (ICH) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors SENSE DOPE7 DOPE6 DOPE5 DOPE4 DOPE3 DOPE2 DOPE1 DOPE0 Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME Green Flashes at 120 IPM while this card is operating normally. DOPE7 Green Remains lit when No.

  • Page 337

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-SC03 (ICH) Switch Settings SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION SENSE Set the switch to match the AP Number (04-15) to (Rotary SW) be set by CM05. AP No. 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 SW No.

  • Page 338: Pn-sc03-a (csh)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-SC03-A (CSH) PN-SC03-A (CSH) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors SENSE DOPE7 DOPE6 DOPE5 DOPE4 DOPE3 DOPE2 DOPE1 DOPE0 Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME Green Flashes at 120 IPM while this card is operating normally. DOPE7 Green Remains lit when No.

  • Page 339

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-SC03-A (CSH) Switch Settings SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION SENSE Set the switch to match the AP Number (04-31) to (Rotary SW) be set by CM05. SW1-1: ON 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 AP No.

  • Page 340: Pz-m537 (expmem)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PZ-M537 (EXPMEM) PZ-M537 (EXPMEM) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors FACE REAR CONNR CONNR: To CONN connector on PN-CP14 (MP) or PN-AP00-B (AP00) NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 314 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 341

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PZ-M537 (EXPMEM) Lamps Indications This card has no lamps. Switch Settings SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION SW (DIP SW) For normal operation (Memory backup ON) 1 2 3 4 Not used (Memory backup OFF) Not used Not used...

  • Page 342

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PZ-M537 (EXPMEM) Mounting PZ-M537 Card When mounting the EXPMEM card on the AP00/MP card, do the following procedure. STEP 1: Take off three screws from the rear side of EXPMEM support. NOTE: Supports and screws are attached to the EXPMEM card. STEP 2: Connect the CONNR connector on the EXPMEM card and the CONN connector on the AP00/MP card.

  • Page 343: Pz-m542 (conn)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PZ-M542 (CONN) PZ-M542 (CONN) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors TRS21 RCV21 No.2 CIRCUIT TRS11 RCV11 TO CHAMP TO LTC CONNECTOR No.1 CONNECTOR (MDF) ON BWB IN PIM CIRCUIT RCV01 TRS01 No.0 CIRCUIT COAXIAL CONNECTOR Lamp Indications This card has no lamps.

  • Page 344

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PZ-M542 (CONN) Switch Settings SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION For coaxial connectors RIGHT (No. 0 circuit) For champ connector LEFT (LT connector) (No. 0 circuit) For coaxial connectors RIGHT (No.1 circuit) For champ connector LEFT (LT connector) (No.1 circuit)

  • Page 345: Pz-m557 (conn)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PZ-M557 (CONN) PZ-M557 (CONN) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors TRS20 RCV20 No.2 CIRCUIT TRS10 RCV10 TO CHAMP TO LTC CONNECTOR No.1 CONNECTOR (MDF) ON BWB IN PIM CIRCUIT RCV00 TRS00 No.0 CIRCUIT COAXIAL CONNECTOR Lamp Indications This card has no lamps.

  • Page 346

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PZ-M557 (CONN) Switch Settings SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION For coaxial connectors RIGHT (No. 0 circuit) For champ connector LEFT (LT connector) (No. 0 circuit) For coaxial connectors RIGHT (No. 1 circuit) For champ connector LEFT (LT connector) (No.

  • Page 347: Table 3-3 List Of Line/trunk Cards, Line/trunk Card

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS Line/Trunk Card LINE/TRUNK CARD The table below shows the line/trunk cards to be explained in this section. Table 3-3 List of Line/Trunk Cards EXTRACTION/ INSERTION WITH LAMP SWITCH POWER ON NAME X: PROVIDED X: PROVIDED REFERENCE X: ALLOWED...

  • Page 348

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS Line/Trunk Card Table 3-3 List of Line/Trunk Cards (Continued) EXTRACTION/ INSERTION WITH LAMP SWITCH POWER ON NAME X: PROVIDED X: PROVIDED REFERENCE X: ALLOWED (FUNCTIONAL –: NOT –: NOT PAGE NAME) : ALLOWED PROVIDED PROVIDED AFTER MB*...

  • Page 349

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS Line/Trunk Card Table 3-3 List of Line/Trunk Cards (Continued) EXTRACTION/ INSERTION WITH LAMP SWITCH POWER ON NAME X: PROVIDED X: PROVIDED REFERENCE X: ALLOWED (FUNCTIONAL –: NOT –: NOT PAGE NAME) : ALLOWED PROVIDED PROVIDED AFTER MB*...

  • Page 350: Pn-2ampa (amp)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-2AMPA (AMP) PN-2AMPA (AMP) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME BL0, 1 • Remains lit when the corresponding circuit is in use. • Flashes at 60 IPM when the corresponding circuit is in make- busy state or the system data for this card is not assigned.

  • Page 351: Pn-auca (auc)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-AUCA (AUC) PN-AUCA (AUC) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors TO COT CARD FOR PFT CONNECTION Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME BL0, 1 • Remains lit when the corresponding circuit is in use. •...

  • Page 352: Pn-cfta (cft)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-CFTA (CFT) PN-CFTA (CFT) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME • Remains lit when this card is in use. • Flashes (60 IPM) when the circuit on the card is in make-busy state on the system data for this card is not assigned.

  • Page 353: Pn-cftb (cft)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-CFTB (CFT) PN-CFTB (CFT) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME • Remains lit when this card is in use. • Flashes (60 IPM) when the circuit on the card is in make-busy state on the system data for this card is not assigned.

  • Page 354: Pn-2cotd (cot)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-2COTD (COT) PN-2COTD (COT) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors TO PN-AUCA CARD FOR PFT CONNECTION Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME BL0, 1 • Remains lit when the corresponding circuit is in use. •...

  • Page 355: Pn-4cota-a (cot)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-4COTA-A (COT) PN-4COTA-A (COT) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors TO PN-AUCA CARD FOR PFT CONNECTION Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME BL0-3 • Remains lit when the corresponding circuit is in use. •...

  • Page 356: Pn-4cotb (cot)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-4COTB (COT) PN-4COTB (COT) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors TO PN-AUCA CARD FOR PFT CONNECTION Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME BL0-3 • Remains lit when the corresponding circuit is in use. •...

  • Page 357: Pn-4cote (cot)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-4COTE (COT) PN-4COTE (COT) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors TO PN-AUCA CARD FOR PFT CONNECTION Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME BL0-3 • Remains lit when the corresponding circuit is in use. •...

  • Page 358: Pn-4cotf (cot)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-4COTF (COT) PN-4COTF (COT) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors TO PN-AUCA CARD FOR PFT CONNECTION Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME BL0-3 • Remains lit when the corresponding circuit is in use. •...

  • Page 359: Pn-4cotg (cot)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-4COTG (COT) PN-4COTG (COT) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors TO PN-AUCA CARD FOR PFT CONNECTION Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME BL0-3 • Remains lit when the corresponding circuit is in use. •...

  • Page 360: Pn-6cotj (cot)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-6COTJ (COT) PN-6COTJ (COT) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME BL0-5 • Remains lit when the corresponding circuit is in use. • Flashes at 60 IPM when the corresponding circuit is in make- busy state or the system data for this card is not assigned.

  • Page 361: Pn-8cotq (cot)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-8COTQ (COT) PN-8COTQ (COT) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME BL0-7 • Remains lit when the corresponding circuit is in use. • Flashes at 60 IPM when the corresponding circuit is in make- busy state or the system data for this card is not assigned.

  • Page 362: Pn-8cotr (cot)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-8COTR (COT) PN-8COTR (COT) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME BL0-7 • Remains lit when the corresponding circuit is in use. • Flashes at 60 IPM when the corresponding circuit is in make- busy state or the system data for this card is not assigned.

  • Page 363: Pn-8cots (cot)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-8COTS (COT) PN-8COTS (COT) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME BL0-7 • Remains lit when the corresponding circuit is in use. • Flashes at 60 IPM when the corresponding circuit is in make- busy state or the system data for this card is not assigned.

  • Page 364: Pn-8cott (cot)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-8COTT (COT) PN-8COTT (COT) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME BL0-7 • Remains lit when the corresponding circuit is in use. • Flashes at 60 IPM when the corresponding circuit is in make- busy state or the system data for this card is not assigned.

  • Page 365: Pn-2csia (csi)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-2CSIA (CSI) PN-2CSIA (CSI) Locations of Lamps, Swtiches, and Connectors NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 339 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 366

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-2CSIA (CSI) Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME Green Remains lit when the corresponding circuit is in use. Remains lit when a loop-back is in progress. Not used (Flash [60 IPM]) B channel status : B2 channel of the No.

  • Page 367

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-2CSIA (CSI) LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME B channel status : B0 channel of the No. 0 circuit is in use. : B0 channel of the No. 0 circuit is idle. Flash (60 IPM) : ZT is not connected to the No. 0 circuit. ZT is in make-busy status.

  • Page 368: Pn-2csia-a (csi)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-2CSIA-A (CSI) PN-2CSIA-A (CSI) Locations of Lamps, Swtiches, and Connectors NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 342 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 369

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-2CSIA-A (CSI) Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME Green Remains lit when the corresponding circuit is in use. Remains lit when a loop-back is in progress. Not used (Flash [60 IPM]) B channel status : B2 channel of the No.

  • Page 370

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-2CSIA-A (CSI) LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME B channel status : B0 channel of the No. 0 circuit is in use. : B0 channel of the No. 0 circuit is idle. Flash (60 IPM) : CS is not connected to the No. 0 circuit. CS is in make-busy status.

  • Page 371: Pn-4datc (dat)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-4DATC (DAT) PN-4DATC (DAT) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME BL0-3 • Remains lit when the corresponding circuit is in use. • Flashes at 60 IPM when the corresponding circuit is in make- busy state or the system data for this card is not assigned.

  • Page 372: Pn-2dita (dit)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-2DITA (DIT) PN-2DITA (DIT) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME BL0, 1 • Remains lit when the corresponding circuit is in use. • Flashes at 60 IPM when the corresponding circuit is in make- busy state or the system data for this card is not assigned.

  • Page 373: Pn-4ditb (dit)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-4DITB (DIT) PN-4DITB (DIT) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME BL0-3 • Remains lit when the corresponding circuit is in use. • Flashes at 60 IPM when the corresponding circuit is in make- busy state or the system data for this card is not assigned.

  • Page 374: Pn-dk00 (dk)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-DK00 (DK) PN-DK00 (DK) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors Lamp Indications This card has no lamps. Switch Settings This card has no switches. NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 348 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 375: Pn-2dlcb/pn-2dlcn (dlc)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-2DLCB/PN-2DLCN (DLC) PN-2DLCB/PN-2DLCN (DLC) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME BL0, 1 • Remains lit when the corresponding circuit is in use. • Flashes at 60 IPM when the corresponding circuit is in make- busy state or the system data for this card is not assigned.

  • Page 376: Pn-2dlcc (dlc)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-2DLCC (DLC) PN-2DLCC (DLC) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME BL0, 1 • Remains lit when the corresponding circuit is in use. • Flashes at 60 IPM when the corresponding circuit is in make- busy state or the system data for this card is not assigned.

  • Page 377: Pn-4dlcf (dlc)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-4DLCF (DLC) PN-4DLCF (DLC) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME BL0-3 • Remains lit when the corresponding circuit is in use. • Flashes at 60 IPM when the corresponding circuit is in make- busy state or the system data for this card is not assigned.

  • Page 378: Pn-4dlcm (dlc)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-4DLCM (DLC) PN-4DLCM (DLC) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME BL0-3 • Remains lit when the corresponding circuit is in use. • Flashes at 60 IPM when the corresponding circuit is in make- busy state or the system data for this card is not assigned.

  • Page 379: Pn-4dlcq (dlc)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-4DLCQ (DLC) PN-4DLCQ (DLC) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME BL0-3 • Remains lit when the corresponding circuit is in use. • Flashes at 60 IPM when the corresponding circuit is in make- busy state or the system data for this card is not assigned.

  • Page 380: Pn-8dlcl (dlc)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-8DLCL (DLC) PN-8DLCL (DLC) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME BL0-7 • Remains lit when the corresponding circuit is in use. • Flashes at 60 IPM when the corresponding circuit is in make- busy state or the system data for this card is not assigned.

  • Page 381: Pn-8dlcp (dlc)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-8DLCP (DLC) PN-8DLCP (DLC) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME BL0-7 • Remains lit when the corresponding circuit is in use. • Flashes at 60 IPM when the corresponding circuit is in make- busy state or the system data for this card is not assigned.

  • Page 382: Pn-2dpcb (dpc)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-2DPCB (DPC) PN-2DPCB (DPC) Location of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors RSC1 SDT1 LB11 RDR1 LB12 CDI1 RSC0 SDT0 LB01 RDR0 LB02 CDI0 XCN1 To X.21 DTE/DCE or PN-M03 XCN0 To V.24/V.28 DTE/DCE NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 356 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 383

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-2DPCB (DPC) Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME No. 0 ON: Ready for digital data transmission or the cir- Circuit cuit is busy. OFF: Fixed path is not connected. Flash (60 IPM): Make-busy state or the system data for this card is not assigned.

  • Page 384

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-2DPCB (DPC) LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME No. 1 ON: Ready for digital data transmission or the cir- cuit is busy. Circuit OFF: Fixed path is not connected. Flash (60 IPM): Make-busy state or the system data for this card is not assigned.

  • Page 385

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-2DPCB (DPC) SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION SW0 (DIP SW) No. 0 Forcibly turning the DTR Circuit signal to ON The DTR signal from DTE goes through the card 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Forcibly turning the RTS/C signal to ON The RTS/C signal from...

  • Page 386: Pn-2ilca (ilc)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-2ILCA (ILC) PN-2ILCA (ILC) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors ACT1 PAL1 LPB1 ACT0 PAL0 LPB0 NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 360 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 387

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-2ILCA (ILC) Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME ACT1 Green No.1 ON: Normally operating. Circuit OFF: Not operating. PAL1 ON: Line is short-circuiting. OFF: Normally operating. LPB1 OFF: Not used. Green ON: B2 channel is in use. OFF: B2 channel is idle.

  • Page 388

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-2ILCA (ILC) Switch Settings SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION Always set to OFF (Piano Key SW) Always set to OFF Always set to OFF Always set to OFF No.0 Terminating register is (Piano Key SW) Circuit provided.

  • Page 389: Pn-4lcc (lc)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-4LCC (LC) PN-4LCC (LC) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME BL0-3 • Remains lit when the corresponding circuit is in use. • Flashes at 60 IPM when the corresponding circuit is in make- busy state or the system data for this card is not assigned.

  • Page 390: Pn-4lcd-a (lc)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-4LCD-A (LC) PN-4LCD-A (LC) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME BL0-3 • Remains lit when the corresponding circuit is in use. • Flashes at 60 IPM when the corresponding circuit is in make- busy state or the system data for this card is not assigned.

  • Page 391: Pn-4lce (lc)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-4LCE (LC) PN-4LCE (LC) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME BL0-3 • Remains lit when the corresponding circuit is in use. • Flashes at 60 IPM when the corresponding circuit is in make- busy state or the system data for this card is not assigned.

  • Page 392: Pn-4lcf (lc)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-4LCF (LC) PN-4LCF (LC) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME BL0-3 • Remains lit when the corresponding circuit is in use. • Flashes at 60 IPM when the corresponding circuit is in make- busy state or the system data for this card is not assigned.

  • Page 393: Pn-4lck (lc)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-4LCK (LC) PN-4LCK (LC) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME BL0-3 • Remains lit when the corresponding circuit is in use. • Flashes at 60 IPM when the corresponding circuit is in make- busy state or the system data for this card is not assigned.

  • Page 394: Pn-4lcl (lc)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-4LCL (LC) PN-4LCL (LC) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME BL0-3 • Remains lit when the corresponding circuit is in use. • Flashes at 60 IPM when the corresponding circuit is in make- busy state or the system data for this card is not assigned.

  • Page 395: Pn-4lcv (lc)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-4LCV (LC) PN-4LCV (LC) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME BL0-3 • Remains lit when the corresponding circuit is in use. • Flashes at 60 IPM when the corresponding circuit is in make- busy state or the system data for this card is not assigned.

  • Page 396: Pn-4lcw (lc)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-4LCW (LC) PN-4LCW (LC) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME BL0-3 • Remains lit when the corresponding circuit is in use. • Flashes at 60 IPM when the corresponding circuit is in make- busy state or the system data for this card is not assigned.

  • Page 397: Pn-8lcaa (lc)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-8LCAA (LC) PN-8LCAA (LC) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME BL0-7 • Remains lit when the corresponding circuit is in use. • Flashes at 60 IPM when the corresponding circuit is in make- busy state or the system data for this card is not assigned.

  • Page 398: Pn-2ldta (ldt)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-2LDTA (LDT) PN-2LDTA (LDT) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME BL0, 1 • Remains lit when the corresponding circuit is in use. • Flashes at 60 IPM when the corresponding circuit is in make- busy state or the system data for this card is not assigned.

  • Page 399: Pn-m03 (m03)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-M03 (M03) PN-M03 (M03) Location of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors OPRS OPER OPSD SELX21 To PN-2DPCB SELCN0 JP1B To V.35 DTE/DCE JP1A NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 373 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 400

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-M03 (M03) Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME Green ON: This card is normally connected to the PN-2DPCB. OFF: This card is abnormally connected to the PN-2DPCB. Green ON: RTS signal is ON. OFF: RTS signal is OFF.

  • Page 401

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-M03 (M03) Switch Settings SWITCH SWITCH SETTING FUNCTION CHECK NAME NUMBER POSITION SW0 (DIP SW) Always set to OFF Not used JP1A (Jumper pin) TXC(2) signal is sent out. Right Left TXC(2) signal is inputted. NOTE JP1B (Jumper pin) TXC(2) signal is sent out.

  • Page 402: Pn-m10 (m10)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-M10 (M10) PN-M10 (M10) Location of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors TALM RALM CN1 TO OPTICAL CABLE Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME Green Remains lit when a Digital Trunk Interface is connected to No. 0 circuit on this card.

  • Page 403

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-M10 (M10) Switch Settings SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION JP0, 1 When connected to E1 (2M) Digital (Jumper pin) Trunk Interface. When connected to T1 (1.5M) Digi- DOWN tal Trunk Interface. JP2 (Jumper pin) Line code: B8ZS* is provided (For T1 interface)

  • Page 404: Pn-2odta (odt)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-2ODTA (ODT) PN-2ODTA (ODT) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME BL0, 1 • Remains lit when the corresponding circuit is in use. • Flashes at 60 IPM when the corresponding circuit is in make- busy state or the system data for this card is not assigned.

  • Page 405: Pn-2odtb (odt)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-2ODTB (ODT) PN-2ODTB (ODT) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME BL0, 1 • Remains lit when the corresponding circuit is in use. • Flashes at 60 IPM when the corresponding circuit is in make- busy state or the system data for this card is not assigned.

  • Page 406: Pn-8rsta (pbr)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-8RSTA (PBR) PN-8RSTA (PBR) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors Lamp Indications This card has no lamps. Switch Settings This card has no switches. NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 380 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 407: Pn-tnta (tnt)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-TNTA (TNT) PN-TNTA (TNT) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors JACK1 JACK0 Lamp Indications This card has no lamps. NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 381 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 408

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-TNTA (TNT) Switch Settings SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION Volume adjustment for No.0 circuit (Piano Key SW) SWITCH NUMBER VOLUME 1, 2 –10dB –7dB –4dB –1dB Volume adjustment for No.1 circuit SWITCH NUMBER VOLUME 3, 4...

  • Page 409: Pn-4vcth (vct)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-4VCTH (VCT) PN-4VCTH (VCT) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors FROM PN-IPTA CONNECTOR OR FROM OTHER PN-4VCTH CARD CONNECTOR TO IPT CONNECTOR OF OTHER PN-4VCTH CARD Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME BL0-3 •...

  • Page 410

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PN-4VCTH (VCT) Switch Settings SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION Set the number per VCT card if two or more VCT (Piano Key SW) cards are used. (Max. four VCT cards) SW No.

  • Page 411: Pz-8pftb (pft)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PZ-8PFTB (PFT) PZ-8PFTB (PFT) Locations of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors PFT1 PFT0 Lamp Indications This card has no lamps. Switch Settings This card has no switches. NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 385 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 412: Pz-vm00-m (vm)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PZ-VM00-M (VM) PZ-VM00-M (VM) Location of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors • CPU Board (Top Side) CPU Board (top side) COM2 VM00-M Card SW1-4 SW1-1 COM1 BIOS • DSP Board (Bottom Side) VM00-M Card DSP Board (bottom side) CN3 (VM01 Card Slot) NEAX2000 IVS...

  • Page 413

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PZ-VM00-M (VM) Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME Green Not used Board Not used Green Not used Incoming call Accessing to the HDD – Built-in hard disk is faulty BIOS BIOS programming is in operation –...

  • Page 414

    NOTE 1: When the power is on, flip the MB switch to ON (UP position) before plugging/unplug- ging the circuit card. NOTE 2: When SW1 settings have changed, RST switch must be pushed. NOTE 3: Use BIOS Redirect only when assisted by NEC. NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 388 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

  • Page 415: Pz-vm01 (vm)

    CHAPTER 3 LAMP INDICATIONS AND SWITCH SETTINGS PZ-VM01 (VM) PZ-VM01 (VM) Location of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors VM01 Card (on VM00 DSP Board) Lamp Indications LAMP COLOR FUNCTION NAME PL4-7 DSP circuit operating Switch Settings This card has no switches. NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 389...

  • Page 416

    This page is for your notes. NEAX2000 IVS Installation Procedure Manual Page 390 ND-70928 (E), Issue 1.0...

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