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  • Page 1 issued 6/2/98...
  • Page 2: Fcc Warning

    The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice and should not be construed as a commitment by the Panasonic Telecommunication Systems Company (PTSC). PTSC reserves the right, without notice, to make changes to equipment design as advances in engineering and manufacturing methods warrant.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Front Cover ........................3-3 Side cover ........................... 3-4 Top Cover (Base Cabinet Only) ..................3-5 Cabinet Installation..........................3-6 Grounding .............................. 3-8 Battery Backup (VB-44025)........................3-9 -48 Volt Power Supply (VB-44022)....................3-11 Card Installation........................... 3-13 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98...
  • Page 4 -48 Volt Power Supply (VB-44022)....................4-20 Connecting the Systems ....................4-22 Setting ID No. of Additional Cabinets ................4-27 Connecting DBS 576 and DBS 96 Systems ..................4-28 Installation ........................4-28 Card Installation ....................... 4-29 Connecting the Systems ....................4-29 Card Installation Position ........................
  • Page 5 DSS ..............................6-20 EM24 ..............................6-21 TAPI Adaptor ............................6-22 Doorphone Adaptor ..........................6-23 Power Failure Transfer ........................6-26 Replacing the Backup Battery of CPC card ..................6-29 Chapter 7. Specifications .......... 7-1 Index ........... Index-i 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98...
  • Page 6 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 7 List of Tables Table 1-1 DBS 576 model numbers..................1-1 Table 1-2 FCC information....................... 1-1 Table 1-3 Interface information ......................1-2 Table 2-1 Unit card configuration..................2-4 Table 2-2 Switch settings of CPU96 card ..................2-6 Table 2-3 LED indication of CPC96 card..................2-6 Table 2-4 Switch settings of CPC288 card ..................
  • Page 8 Table 7-1 Input Power......................7-1 Table 7-2 Battery Backup Capacity ....................7-1 Table 7-3 Temperature and Humidity Requirements for System Operation (excludes Built-In Voice Mail)7-1 Table 7-4 Temperature and Humidity Requirements for Built-in VM ..........7-1 viii DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 9 Hardware Maximums ....................... 7-5 Table 7-9 Maximum Cabling Distances ................... 7-7 Table 7-10 Voice Path from KTELS to DBS 576................7-7 Table 7-11 Data Communication Ports....................7-7 Table 7-12 Signaling to CO ........................ 7-8 Table 7-13 Transmission Specifications ..................... 7-8 Table 7-14 DTMF Frequencies ......................
  • Page 10 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 11 List of Figures Figure 2-1 The DBS 576 Base Cabinet ................... 2-1 Figure 2-2 System Connections ....................... 2-2 Figure 2-3 Example Cabinet Combinations..................2-3 Figure 2-4 CPC96 card ........................2-5 Figure 2-5 CPC288 card ........................2-7 Figure 2-6 CPC576 card ........................2-9 Figure 2-7 TSW288 card .......................
  • Page 12 Figure 4-34 Card installation positions in system comprising DBS 576 and DBS 96 ....4-35 Figure 4-35 Restriction on PRI/23 and T1 cards installed in flexible slots of DBS 576....4-36 Figure 4-36 Optimization of card installation.................. 4-37 Figure 5-1 Maintenance switch positions (LTRK/8 card shown)............
  • Page 13 Doorphone Adaptor connections ................. 6-25 Figure 6-23 Power Failure Unit cable punch-out plate and wall mounting........6-27 Figure 6-24 Power Failure Unit connections ................... 6-28 Figure 6-25 Replacing the backup battery of CPC card ..............6-30 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 xiii...
  • Page 14 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 15: About This Manual

    About This Manual Overview This manual provides installation instructions for the DBS 576. Please carefully observe the contents of this manual. The following table summarizes the purpose of each chapter. Chapter No. Title Purpose Requirements Includes DBS 576 model Nos, information on the installation environment, and how to clean the DBS 576.
  • Page 16: About Marks Used In This Manual

    ON. For details on removing and inserting cards, refer to "Maintenance Switches" on page 5-1. DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 17: Chapter 1. Requirements

    General Requirements • The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has established Rules which permit the DBS 576 to be directly connected to the telephone network. FCC Compliant standardized jacks are used for these connections. • This equipment may not be used on coin service provided by the telephone company.
  • Page 18: Table 1-3 Interface Information

    Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) for this equipment. If requested, provide this information to your telephone company. • If the DBS 576 telephone equipment caused harm to the Telephone Network, the Telephone Company may discontinue your service temporarily. If possible, they will notify you in advance.
  • Page 19: Did Requirements

    - Perform such activities in the off-peak hours, such as early morning or late evening. • The software contained in the DBS 576 to allow user access to the network must be upgraded to recognize newly established network area codes and exchange codes as they are placed in service.
  • Page 20: Environmental Requirements

    Vibration: The environment should be free from excessive vibration, which could loosen components. Water exposure: Because the DBS 576 is an electrical device, exposure to water is dangerous. Do not place anything containing water on the system. Do not install under overhead plumbing, sprinkler system valves, or in areas that are susceptible to flooding.
  • Page 21: Cleaning

    • The attachment-plug receptacles of the same type as that used by the systems that are in the vicinity of the DBS 576 are all to be of a grounding type, and the equipment grounding conductors serving these receptacles are to be connected to earth ground at the service equipment.
  • Page 22 Chapter 1 - Requirements Section 300-Installation DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 23: Chapter 2. System Overview

    This chapter provides an overview of the DBS 576. This overview includes descriptions of system configurations and unit cards. Cabinet Description Panasonic's DBS 576 is a hybrid telephone system capable of supporting up to 576 ports. The DBS 576 cabinet includes the following: •...
  • Page 24: Figure 2-2 System Connections

    Chapter 2. System Overview Section 300-Installation Figure 2-2. System Connections DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 25: Cabinet Configurations

    Chapter 2. System Overview Cabinet Configurations Two types of cabinets are used with the DBS 576. The DBS 576 base cabinet (VB- 44020) supports 96 ports. A DBS 576 system may contain up to two base cabinets. Each base cabinet can be combined with up to 2 expansion cabinets (VB-44021) to configure systems for up to 576 ports.
  • Page 26: Circuit Cards

    Chapter 2. System Overview Section 300-Installation Circuit Cards Circuit Card Configuration Table 2-1 shows the unit cards and packages that can be used with the DBS 576. Table 2-1. Unit card configuration Card Type Card Designation Product Product No. Card Description...
  • Page 27: Card Descriptions

    (See “Replacing the Backup Battery of CPC card” on page 6-29 for more information on battery replacement.) Note: J1 must be cut for the system to operate in Hybrid/PBX mode. Otherwise, the system will operate in Key mode. Figure 2-4. CPC96 card 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98...
  • Page 28: Table 2-2 Switch Settings Of Cpu96 Card

    Description LED3 (RUN) Flashes red when Main Processing Unit (MPU) is operating. LED1 (MJ) Turns ON red when Major (MJ) alarm is detected. LED2 (MN) Turns ON red when Minor (MN) alarm is detected. DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 29: Figure 2-5 Cpc288 Card

    The switch settings are listed in Table 2-4. The LED indicators are listed in Table 2- Note: J1 must be cut for the system to operate in Hybrid/PBX mode. Otherwise, the system will operate in Key mode. Figure 2-5. CPC288 card 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98...
  • Page 30: Table 2-4 Switch Settings Of Cpc288 Card

    Flashes red when (FPU) is operating. LED3 (RUN) Flashes red when Main Processing Unit (MPU) is operating. LED1 (MJ) Turns ON red when Major (MJ) alarm is detected. LED2 (MN) Turns ON red when Minor (MN) alarm is detected. DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 31: Figure 2-6 Cpc576 Card

    • A replacement Single Inline Memory Module (SIMM) is provided through the service parts route. Panasonic does not take any responsibility if a SIMM, other than Panasonic service parts, or PC Card, other than VB-44431 is connected to the CPC576 card.
  • Page 32: Table 2-6 Switch Settings Of Cpc576 Card

    LED3 (RUN) Flashes red when Main Processing Unit (MPU) is operating. LED1 (MJ) Turns ON red when Major (MJ) alarm is detected. LED2 (MN) Turns ON red when Minor (MN) alarm is detected. 2-10 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 33: Figure 2-7 Tsw288 Card

    The TSW288 card provides functions for a time switch (14 Highways x 14 Highways), service tone, DTMF output, a connecting terminal for synchronization package (VB-44460) and eight 3-party conference circuits. Figure 2-7. TSW288 card 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 2-11...
  • Page 34: Figure 2-8 Tsw576 Card

    The TSW576 card provides functions for a time switch (24 Highways X 24 Highways), service tone, DTMF output, a connecting terminal for synchronization package (VB-44460), and eight 3-party conference circuits. Figure 2-8. TSW576 card 2-12 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 35: Table 2-8 Led Indications Of Cbl Card

    Section 300-Installation Chapter 2. System Overview CBL card (VB-44451): Building Block card The CBL card is required for interconnecting cabinets in the DBS 576 system. The TSW288 or TSW576 card is also necessary for the interconnection of cabinets (building block connection).
  • Page 36: Table 2-9 Led Indications Of Cbldbs Card

    The CBLDBS kit includes an interface card and cables for connecting between the DBS 576 and the DBS 96 cabinet and a new MDF interface card for the DBS. The TSW288 / TSW576 card is necessary for connecting a DBS 576 to a DBS 96 cabinet.
  • Page 37: Figure 2-11 Cbldbs Mdf Card

    Section 300-Installation Chapter 2. System Overview The CBLDBS interface card provides connection points between the DBS and the MDF. Figure 2-11. CBLDBS MDF card 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 2-15...
  • Page 38: Figure 2-12 Ext Mdf Interface Card

    Section 300-Installation EXT MDF card (VB-44611): Extension MDF Interface Card The EXT MDF card provides a standard 25-pair connection at the DBS 576 Cabinet. This interface board installs in one of five possible positions on either side of the DBS 576 Cabinet and supports up to three extension cards (either DEC/8 or AEC/8).
  • Page 39: Figure 2-13 Trk Mdf Interface Card

    Chapter 2. System Overview TRK MDF card (VB-44512): Trunk MDF Interface Card The TRK MDF card provides a standard 25-pair connection at the DBS 576 Cabinet. This interface board installs in one of five possible positions on either side of the DBS 576 Cabinet and supports up to three trunk cards (LTRK/8, LGTRK/8 or DIDTR/8).
  • Page 40: Table 2-10 Led Indications Of Sync Package

    For details on how to mount the SYNC package, see page 5-20. Figure 2-14. SYNC Package Table 2-10 shows the LED indications. Table 2-10. LED indications of SYNC package LED indication Description LED1 (SYNC) Turns on when synchronizing to the CO clock. 2-18 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 41: Figure 2-15 Scc Card

    • External amplifier ON/OFF control: 1 contact • Number of contacts for external equipment ON/OFF control: 5 contacts • Maximum drive current controlling ports for external equipment control board: 25mA (Total) Figure 2-15. SCC card 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 2-19...
  • Page 42: Table 2-11 Scc Card Switch Settings

    SMDR Connects SMDR to RS-232C port (CN5) (default) Sets input impedance of external paging device to 600 Ohms Sets input impedance of external paging device to high impedance. (This is set before shipping.) 2-20 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 43 The LTRK/8 card provides a lightening arrester and a safety circuit to directly connect with general telephone lines. Figure 2-16. LTRK/8 card 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 2-21...
  • Page 44: Table 2-12 Maintenance Switch (sw1) Settings Of Ltrk/8 Card

    Circuit 8 is set to receive Caller ID information (requires CID card). Table 2-14. LED indications of LTRK/8 card LED indication Description LED1 (LINE BUSY) Turns ON when any trunk on the card is in use. 2-22 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 45: Figure 2-17 Cid Card

    The CID card provides 8 circuits. DIP switches on the Loop Start Card must be properly set for CID to operate. (See “LTRK / 8 card (VB-44510): Loop Start Trunk Card” on page 2-21 for more information. Figure 2-17. CID card 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 2-23...
  • Page 46: Table 2-15 Ground Start/loop Start Jumper Settings Of Lgtrk/8 Card

    CN701 & CN702 Circuit 7 is in ground start mode Circuit 7 is in loop start mode CN801 & CN802 Circuit 8 is in ground start mode Circuit 8 is in loop start mode 2-24 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 47 Section 300-Installation Chapter 2. System Overview The switch settings and LED indications are the same as for the LTRK/8 card (VB- 44510). See Table 2-12 and Table 2-14. Figure 2-18. LGTRK/8 card 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 2-25...
  • Page 48: Figure 2-19 Didtr 8 Card

    Note: To use the DID/8 card, a built-in -48V power supply is required in the same cabinet. The switch settings and LED indications are the same as for the LTRK/8 card (VB- 44510). See Table 2-12 and Table 2-14. Figure 2-19. DIDTR 8 card 2-26 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 49: Figure 2-20 E&m/4 Card

    The E&M/4 card provides a 4-circuit trunk interface on the card, and a lightening arrester to directly connect to a E&M telephone line. Note: To use the E&M/4 card, a built-in -48V power supply is required in the same cabinet. Figure 2-20. E&M/4 card 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 2-27...
  • Page 50: Figure 2-21 Tbri/4 Card

    This card has an on-board, 4-circuit T-point ISDN basic interface, and a lightening arrester built-in, and also provides a network clock synchronizing function. Figure 2-21. TBRI/4 card Tables 2-11, 2-12 and 2-13 show the switch settings and LED indications. 2-28 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 51: Table 2-16 Maintenance Switch (sw4) Settings Of Tbri/4 Card

    Turns ON when trunk is in use. (LINE BUSY) LED2 Turns ON when network synchronization clock is sent. (SYNC) LED3 Turns ON when synchronization is established. (LAYER1) LED4 Turns ON when data link (DL) is established. (LAYER2) 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 2-29...
  • Page 52 The PRI/23 card has an on-board lightening arrester, so that the card can be connected to the carrier trunk corresponding to the T-point primary group interface through a CSU. (The CSU is not provided.) This clock provides a network clock synchronizing function. 2-30 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 53: Table 2-19 Maintenance Switch (sw4) Settings Of Pri/23 Card

    Normal operation (This switch is set to OFF for normal operation.) Table 2-20. Dip switch (SW1) settings of PRI/23 card Switch No. Distance from the DBS 576 to the CSU 0 to 150 ft. 150-450 ft. 450-655 ft.
  • Page 54: Table 2-21 Dip Switch (sw2) Settings Of Pri/23 Card

    Turns ON red when receiving AIS signal. (AIS) LED7 Turns ON red during RED alarm. (CFA) LED5 Turns ON red when frame failure is detected. (OOF) LED2 Turns ON red when data receiving failure is detected. (LOOP) 2-32 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 55: Figure 2-23 T1 Card

    This card requires the system sync circuit card be installed for clock synchronization. Figure 2-23. T1 card Table 2-23, Table 2-24, and Table 2-25 show the switch settings and Table 2-26 shows the LED indications. 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 2-33...
  • Page 56: Table 2-23 Maintenance Switch (sw3) Settings Of T1 Card

    Normal operation (This switch is set to OFF for normal operation.) Table 2-24. Dip switch (SW1) settings of T1 card Switch No. Distance from the DBS 576 to the CSU 0 to 150 ft. 150-450 ft. 450-655 ft.
  • Page 57: Figure 2-24 Dec/8 Card

    • Supply voltage and current to telephone terminal: maximum +24V/200mA • Allowable wiring distance: maximum 40 ohms with loop to terminal • Maximum 20 Ohms with loop to DSS/72, EM/24, and Voice Recognition Telephone. Figure 2-24. DEC/8 card 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 2-35...
  • Page 58 • Loop resistance: 100 Ohms or less • Ringer signal frequency: 20Hz rectangular wave • REN: 2 • CPC (Positive AEC Disconnect) control possible • Ring trip detection possible Figure 3-25. AEC/8 card 2-36 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 59: Figure 3-26 Sbri/4 Card

    The system supplies +40V to the ISDN terminal which is mounted for extension lines. The SBRI/4 card has an on-board 4-circuit S-point ISDN basic interface, and a lightening arrester. Figure 3-26. SBRI/4 card 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 2-37...
  • Page 60: Table 2-27 Settings Of Circuit Selection Switch Of Sbri/4 Card

    4th interface condition displayed by LAYER1 LED and LAYER2 LED 5 to 0 Not available Table 2-28. LED indications of SBRI/4 card LED indication Description LED3 Turns ON when synchronization is established (LAYER1) LED4 Turns ON when DL is established (LAYER2) 2-38 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 61: Table 2-29 Mounting Restriction Of Mfr/8 Card

    DTMF cards. Table 2-29. Mounting restriction of MFR/8 card Port number 96 to 192 192 to 288 288 to 384 384 to 480 480 to 576 Maximum number of cards Figure 3-27. MFR/8 card 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 2-39...
  • Page 62: Figure 3-28 Conf Card

    • Don’t change the switches on the CONF card from the default setting. SW1, SW2 and SW3 must be set "OFF". Otherwise, the mounting slot position of the CONF card and other cards are restricted. 2-40 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 63: Figure 3-29 Acd Card

    For more information on the ACD card installation and the ACD option in general, see Section 520 - ACD Reference. Figure 3-29. ACD card The following tables show the switch settings and LED indications. 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 2-41...
  • Page 64: Table 2-30 Acd Card Switch Settings

    ON LINE Normal operation (set to ON LINE during regular operation) OFF LINE Not used. Table 2-31. ACD Card LED Indications LED Display Description LED1 Blinks when the CPU is in operation. (CPU RUN) 2-42 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 65: Table 2-32 Vpu/4 Card Led Indication

    The VPU/4 card and ACD card (VB-44140) may be installed together in a single cabinet to support ACD. Figure 3-30. VPU/4 card The following table describes LED indications. Table 2-32. VPU/4 Card LED Indication LED Display Description LED1-LED4 Blinks when the CPU is in operation. (RUN) 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 2-43...
  • Page 66: Table 2-33 Vpu/8 Card Led Indication

    The VPU/8 card cannot be used with the ACD card (VB-44140). Figure 3-31. VPU/8 card The following table describes LED indications. Table 2-33. VPU/8 Card LED Indication LED Display Description LED1-LED8 Blinks when the CPU is in operation. (RUN) 2-44 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 67: Figure 3-32 Vssc Card

    Voice Mail Reference Manual. Figure 3-32. VSSC card The following tables show the switch settings and LED indications. Note: The Hard Disk Drive and the back up battery must be replaced every three years. 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 2-45...
  • Page 68: Table 2-34 Vssc Card Switch Settings

    OFF LINE Set when replacing the HDD system. Table 2-35. VSSC Card LED Indications LED Display Description LED1 Blinks when the CPU is in operation. (CPU RUN) LED2 Not used. LED3 Not used. 2-46 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 69: Table 2-36 Maintenance Switch (sw1) Settings Of Api Card

    Card is closed and can be mounted and removed when power is ON. (Sending/ receiving of calls is disabled. If this is set during speech, sending/receiving of calls is disabled after speech ends.) OFF (bottom) Normal operation (This switch is set to OFF for normal operation.) 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 2-47...
  • Page 70: Table 2-37 Internal Diagnosis Switch (sw2) Settings Of Api Card

    Description ON (top) Self-diagnosis API card OFF (bottom) Can delete memory data of API card. Table 2-39. LED indications of API card LED indication Description LED1 Flashes green when LPU is operating. (RUN) 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 2-48...
  • Page 71: Chapter 3. Cabinet Installation

    Hatched area indicates the area that should be provided for mainte- Notes nance. The dimensions shown in parenthesis indicate the dimensions required when the MDF interface cable is wired from the right of the cabinet. 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98...
  • Page 72: Removing And Replacing Covers

    • Both left and right side covers can be removed. The following describes how to install and remove the left side cover. The identical procedure can be used for the right side cover. • Replace the respective covers after the installation work has been completed. DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 73: Front Cover

    3. Gently lift the cover off by sliding it up and away. Replacing the front cover 1. Hook the front cover onto the front cover mounting claws of the cabinet. 2. Secure the four screws. Figure 3-2. Removing and replacing front cover of base cabinet 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98...
  • Page 74: Side Cover

    Replacing the side cover 1. Hook the side cover onto the top and bottom side cover mounting claws of the cabinet. 2. Secure the two screws. Figure 3-3. Removing and replacing side cover of base cabinet DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 75: Top Cover (base Cabinet Only)

    3. Gently lift the top cover off by sliding it up and forwards. Replacing the top cover 1. Hook the top cover onto the top cover mounting claws of the cabinet. 2. Secure the two screws. Figure 3-4. Removing and replacing top cover of Base Cabinet 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98...
  • Page 76: Cabinet Installation

    Figure 3-1, before drilling the holes. 2. Bolt the cabinet to the anchors in the floor through the bolt holes in the bottom frame. Figure 3-5. Securing the cabinet to the floor (base cabinet shown) DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 77: Figure 3-6 Cabinet Plywood Mounting Backboard

    Section 300-Installation Chapter 3. Cabinet Installation Wall Mounting Installation Prior to mounting the DBS 576 to the wall, the plywood mounting backboard must be prepared as follows: • Use 1/2” or larger plywood sized for the complete DBS 576 system.
  • Page 78: Grounding

    • Be sure to attach an EMI filter to the AC cable to reduce EMI interference. • For safety reasons, the DBS 576 must remain grounded at all times. This ground may be either via the power supply ground or the attached ground lead.
  • Page 79: Battery Backup (vb-44025)

    • Carefully note the polarity of the batteries to prevent shorting. • When installing batteries for battery backup, each cabinet must have a separate set of batteries. • The battery cable must be at least 18 AWG. 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98...
  • Page 80: Figure 3-10 Installation Of Backup Batteries (vb-44025)

    3. Using the supplied 8-inch black battery cable to the terminal of battery A and to the terminal of battery B. 4. Slide the batteries into the guides in the cabinet. Figure 3-10. Installation of backup batteries (VB-44025) 3-10 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 81: Volt Power Supply (vb-44022)

    10. Connect the supplied green wire from the SG terminal of the power supply to the upper Power Supply ground screw. 11. Reconnect the AC cable, turn the external breaker to ON and turn the power switch to ON. 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 3-11...
  • Page 82: Figure 3-11 Installation Of -48 Volt Power Supply (vb-44022)

    Chapter 3. Cabinet Installation Section 300-Installation Figure 3-11. Installation of -48 Volt Power Supply (VB-44022) 3-12 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 83: Card Installation

    • The DEC/8 card for connecting customized telephones must be installed in the first slot of the internal line group. • Refer to "Installing Additional Cabinets" in Chapter 4 (page 4-1) if using two or more cabinets. 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 3-13...
  • Page 84 3. When the connector row at the far end of the card touches the corresponding connector on the unit, press the card in somewhat more firmly until it is seated. 4. Repeat steps 1 through 3 for all other cards. 3-14 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 85: Figure 3-13 Unit Card Installation In Cabinet

    Section 300-Installation Chapter 3. Cabinet Installation Figure 3-13. Unit card installation in cabinet 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 3-15...
  • Page 86 Chapter 3. Cabinet Installation Section 300-Installation 3-16 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 87: Chapter 4. Installing Additional Cabinets

    The 576 system can be expanded using a building block system. It is also possible to increase the number of extension ports by linking the DBS 576 to a DBS 96. This chapter explains how to prepare for additional cabinets, install them, link the respective systems, set the expansion cabinet ID No., install the switch box and...
  • Page 88: Installation

    • The description of how to use the building block method to set up a system is based on an example of expanding the number of ports to 576. Please use this example as a basis for setting up systems with different numbers of ports. DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 89: Figure 4-2 Example Cabinet Combinations Using Building Block Method

    If you are adding cabinets to an existing system, add them using the layouts indi- cated by the arrows above. If the Control cabinet is on the left, the IDs should be numbered vertically in the same order as shown below. 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98...
  • Page 90: Building Block Method (floor-mounting) Installation (576-port Example Shown)

    Cabinet-1 with 2 screws. 4. Attach the 2 Side Joint Plates onto the joining sections on the sides of the Base Cabinet and Expansion Cabinet-1 with 8 screws. 5. Attach Expansion Cabinet-2 following steps 2. to 4. DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 91: Figure 4-4 Floor-mounting Installation: Vertical Joining

    4 holes should be drilled in the floor on both sides of the joined left and right Base Cabinets. Before drilling the holes check the drilling hole pitch referring to Figure 4-4. 9. Place the cabinet close to the wall. 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98...
  • Page 92: Figure 4-5 Floor Mounting Installation: Vertical/horizontal Joining

    11. Attach the wall-mounting angle plates of the left and right Expansion cabinet-2 with 4 wall-mounting screws (#10 flat head screws recommended). Figure 4-5. Floor Mounting Installation: Vertical/Horizontal Joining DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 93: Building Block Method (wall-mounting) Installation (576-port Example Shown)

    2. Temporarily fasten the 4 wall-mounting screws to the wall. (#10 flat head screws recommended.) 3. Lift up the left Base cabinet, and hook it onto the 8 screws that are temporarily fastening the wall-mounting angle.bracket. 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98...
  • Page 94: Figure 4-7 Wall-mounting Installation: Attaching The Wall-mounting Of Cabinet-1

    7. Attach the left and right Expansion cabinet-1 onto the wall following steps 2 to 8. Attach the joining sections on the front of the left and right Base cabinet and Expansion cabinet-1 with 4 screws. DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 95: Figure 4-8 Wall-mounting Installation: Attaching The Wall-mounting Of Cabinet-2

    11. Attach the joining section on the fronts of the left and right Expansion cabinet-1 and Expansion cabinet-2 with 4 screws. 12. Attach the 2 Side Joint Plates onto the joining sections on the sides of the left and right Expansion cabinet-1 and Expansion cabinet-2 with 8 screws. 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98...
  • Page 96: Figure 4-11 Wall-mounting Installation: Attaching The Wall-mounting Of Cabinet-3

    Chapter 4. - Installing Additional Cabinets Section 300-Installation Figure 4-11. Wall-mounting Installation: Attaching the Wall-mounting of cabinet-3 4-10 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 97: Installing Switch Boxes (vb-44023)

    • The power to each of the cabinets is controlled by switching the power supply for the base cabinet. After completing installation and before replacing the covers of the cabinets, turn ON the power switches of each expansion cabinet. 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 4-11...
  • Page 98: Figure 4-12 Removing Ac Cable

    Figure 4-12. Removing AC cable Installing Switch Box 1. Position the switch box on the guide lugs in the base cabinet. 2. Secure the switch box with the screw. Figure 4-13. Installing the Switch Box 4-12 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 99: Figure 4-14 Attaching Ac Cable To Cabinet

    4. Secure the AC input power cable to the cabinet using the cable clamp. 5. Attach power leads to the Switch Box. 6. Attach the power cable frame ground. Figure 4-15. AC Power Cable Connection to Switch Box/Frame Ground 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 4-13...
  • Page 100: Figure 4-16 Switch Box To Power Supply Ac Cable Connections

    The AC cable of top and middle cabinet must be connected to EXP connector of the switch box, and AC cable of base cabinet must be connected to BASE connector of the switch box. Figure 4-16. Switch Box to Power Supply AC Cable Connections 4-14 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 101: Figure 4-17 Switch Box Ac Cables To Frame Ground Connections

    8. Connect the ground wires of the power cables connected at the switch box to the frame ground. One cable is supplied with switch box and one cable is supplied with the expansion cabinets. Figure 4-17. Switch Box AC Cables to Frame Ground Connections 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 4-15...
  • Page 102: Figure 4-18 Power Supply Ac Cable To Frame Ground Connections

    10. Connect the ground wires of the expansion AC cables connected to the power units to the chassis. Figure 4-18. Power Supply AC Cable to Frame Ground Connections 4-16 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 103: Figure 4-19 Battery Control Connections To Expansion Cabinet Power Supplies

    12. Connect the BATT-CTRL cable harness to the connectors of the top, and middle power supply units. Use the longest cable for the top power supply and the shortest cable to the middle power supply. Figure 4-19. Battery Control Connections to Expansion Cabinet Power Supplies 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 4-17...
  • Page 104: Figure 4-20 Battery Control Connection To Base Cabinet Power Supply

    An dedicated external circuit breaker must be used. 16. The power switch of upper and middle cabinets should be kept ON so that the power switch of base cabinet controls power for all cabinets. 4-18 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 105: Battery Backup (vb-44025)

    A. 3. Using the supplied 8-inch black battery cable to the terminal of battery A and to the terminal of battery B. 4. Slide the batteries into the guides in the cabinet. 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 4-19...
  • Page 106: Volt Power Supply (vb-44022)

    2. Insert the -48 Volt Power Supply into the -48 volt power supply slot. 3. Secure the -48 Volt Power Supply into place by inserting the supplied lock washer and screw into the front tab. 4-20 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 107: Figure 4-22 Installation Of -48 Volt Power Supply (vb-44022)

    Power Supply ground screw. 11. Reconnect the AC cable, turn the external breaker to ON and turn the power switch to ON. Figure 4-22. Installation of -48 Volt Power Supply (VB-44022) 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 4-21...
  • Page 108: Connecting The Systems

    4. Use the supplied cable to connect the connector at the top right of the CBL card installed in the CPC slot of the 2nd cabinet to the connector at the top left of the CBL card installed in the CPC slot of the 3rd cabinet. 4-22 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 109 CBL card must be set to determine the cabinet ID. The ID settings are shown in Figure 4-23 through Figure 4-27. See “Setting ID No. of Additional Cabinets” on page 4-27 for more information. 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 4-23...
  • Page 110: Figure 4-23 System Connection Using Building Block Method (576 Port Example)

    Figure 4-23. System connection using building block method (576 port example) Notes: The CBL cables must be routed through the greyed cable trough. The circled numbers above refer to the installation procedure step numbers. 4-24 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 111: Figure 4-24 System Connection Using Building Block Method (192 Port Example)

    Section 300-Installation Chapter 4. - Installing Additional Cabinets Figure 4-24. System connection using building block method (192 port example) Figure 4-25. System connection using building block method (288 port example) 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 4-25...
  • Page 112: Figure 4-26 System Connection Using Building Block Method (384 Port Example)

    Chapter 4. - Installing Additional Cabinets Section 300-Installation Figure 4-26. System connection using building block method (384 port example) Figure 4-27. System connection using building block method (480 port example) 4-26 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 113: Setting Id No. Of Additional Cabinets

    Figure 4-28. Relationship of rotary switch position/ID number and cabinet Rotary switch Cabinet position/ID Position Number (See Figure 4-23 through Figure 4-27 for Cabinet Positions) 0, 6 to 9 Not available 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 4-27...
  • Page 114: Connecting Dbs 576 And Dbs 96 Systems

    Chapter 4. - Installing Additional Cabinets Section 300-Installation Connecting DBS 576 and DBS 96 Systems Installation Guidelines CAUTION: • Turn the power switch and the external breaker OFF, and disconnect the AC cable before connecting the systems.    •...
  • Page 115: Card Installation

    • Use the TSW288 card when the CPC-288 is used. Use the TSW576 card when the CPC-576 is used. Installation 1. Remove the one or two interface boards from the top of the DBS cabinet and retain the screws. 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 4-29...
  • Page 116: Figure 4-30 Connecting The Cbldbs

    5. Use the supplied cable to connect the top connector of the TSW288/TSW576 card installed in the OP1 slot in the base cabinet to the top connector of the CBLDBS card installed in the AUX1 slot of the DBS 96. 4-30 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 117: Figure 4-31 Addition Of Two Dbs 96 Cabinets

    • The DBS 96 cabinet will only accept DEC cards. No other line or trunk card may be used with connected to a DBS 576. • Up to two DBS cabinets may be connected to the DBS 576. Figure 4-31. Addition of two DBS 96 cabinets...
  • Page 118: Table 4-1 Relationship Of Programming Address To Dbs Card Postion

    Slot (SS) Slot 1 Not Available Slot 2 Slot 3 Slot 4 Slot 5 Not Available Slot 6 Slot 7 Slot 8 Slot 9 Not Available Slot 10 Slot 11 Slot 12 EC/TK 4-32 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 119: Card Installation Position

    Chapter 4. - Installing Additional Cabinets Card Installation Position The unit cards are installed in the card slots in the DBS 576 main cabinet. Figure 4- 32 shows the positions in which the cards are installed when the system comprises only one main cabinet.
  • Page 120: Figure 4-33 Card Installation Positions In Building-block System

    : VSSC card must be installed in FS11. FS12 free due to the size of the Hard Disk Drive and to allow for heat dissipation. : ACD card must be installed in FS11 and VPU/4 card must be installed in FS12. 4-34 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 121 Section 300-Installation Chapter 4. - Installing Additional Cabinets Figure 4-34. Card installation positions in system comprising DBS 576 and DBS 96 Slot Card Base Expand-1 Expand-2 to 6 CPC288, CPC-576 TSW288 , TSW576 No cards *3*5 FS1 to FS12 Trunks...
  • Page 122: Restriction On Number Of Cards

    Note: The PRI/23 card can only be set for 8 channels or 24 channels when used for S-point (extension) connections. Figure 4-35. Restriction on PRI/23 and T1 cards installed in flexible slots of DBS 576 4-36 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98...
  • Page 123: Figure 4-36 Optimization Of Card Installation

    Optimization of Card Installation As far as possible, group the cards installed in the flexible slots as shown below. Ensure that any vacant slots are evenly distributed. Figure 4-36. Optimization of card installation 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 4-37...
  • Page 124 Chapter 4. - Installing Additional Cabinets Section 300-Installation 4-38 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 125: Chapter 5. Trunks And Extensions

    That is, further incoming calls are ignored and outgoing calls are prevented as soon as any current call is completed. The cards can be removed as soon as all circuits on the card are idle and the busy lamps are off. 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98...
  • Page 126: Figure 5-1 Maintenance Switch Positions (ltrk/8 Card Shown)

    Because there are no busy lamps for calls on extension lines, you cannot check the status of these lines. We recommend using paging, etc., before removing the cards, to warn users that the lines will be disconnected. DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 127: Trunks

    “Trunk MDF Interface Card” on page 5-4. Install the correct type of cards in the cabinet for the trunks that are to be connected, then connect the trunks. The following describes how to connect the respective types of trunks. 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98...
  • Page 128: Trunk Mdf Interface Card

    Each set of four modular connectors supports one LTRK/8, LGTRK/8, or DIDTR/ 8 trunk card. • A second type of MDF Interface is used with the DBS 576. The Extension MDF Interface is also installed in the MDF Interface positions on the side of the cabinet.
  • Page 129: Figure 5-2 Trunk Mdf Interface Installation

    Trunk MDF Interface Card into the slot opening at the bottom of the MDF Interface Card position. 4. Use the supplied screw to fasten the Trunk MDF Interface Card into place. 5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 for any additional Trunk MDF Interface Cards to be installed. 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98...
  • Page 130: Loop-start Trunks

    “Trunk MDF Interface Card” on page 5-4 for more information on installing a Trunk MDF Interface Card. 1. If installing a Caller ID (CID, VB-44513) piggyback card, install the card as shown in Figure 5-3. DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 131: Table 5-3 Caller Id Switch (sw10-17) Settings Of Ltrk/8 Card

    Circuit 7 is set to receive Caller ID information (requires CID card). SW17 Circuit 8 is in loop start mode and does not receive caller ID information. Circuit 8 is set to receive Caller ID information (requires CID card). 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98...
  • Page 132: Figure 5-4 Connecting Loop-start Trunks

    Labels are supplied with the MDF Interface Card to identify the Flexible Slot cable connection. Make certain to attach a label on both ends of the cable and at the MDF Interface Card connector. Figure 5-4. Connecting loop-start trunks DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 133: Table 5-4 Loop Start Trunk Connections And Pinouts

    SL-BK CN3-4 YL-BL BL-YL YL-OR CN2 (Bottom) CN4-1 (Top) OR-YL YL-GN __________ GN-YL YL-BR CN4-2 BR-YL YL-SL SL-YL VI-BL CN4-3 BL-VI VI-OR OR-VI VI-GN CN4-4 GN-VI VI-BR BR-VI VI-SL No Connection No Connection SL-VI 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98...
  • Page 134: Loop-start/ground Start Trunks

    192 ports (CAB96 + CAB96B) 1-192 288 ports (CAB96 + CAB96B 1-288 384 ports (CAB96 2 + CAB96B 1-384 480 ports (CAB96 2 + CAB96B 1-480 576 ports (CAB96 2 + CAB96B 1-576 5-10 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 135: Table 5-6 Ground Start/loop Start Jumper Settings Of Lgtrk/8 Card

    MDF Interface Card connector. Note: After the card in installed, the circuit must also be programmed to match. See Programming Section 400 - Analog Trunk Programming - Trunk Signal Type. 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 5-11...
  • Page 136: Figure 5-5 Connecting Loop-start/ground Start Trunks

    Chapter 5 - Trunks and Extensions Section 300-Installation Figure 5-5. Connecting Loop-Start/Ground Start Trunks 5-12 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 137: Table 5-7 Loop Start/ground Trunk Connections And Pinouts

    CN3-4 YL-BL BL-YL YL-OR CN2 (Bottom) CN4-1 (Top) OR-YL YL-GN __________ GN-YL YL-BR CN4-2 BR-YL YL-SL SL-YL VI-BL CN4-3 BL-VI VI-OR OR-VI VI-GN CN4-4 GN-VI VI-BR BR-VI VI-SL No Connection No Connection SL-VI 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 5-13...
  • Page 138: Did Trunks

    1. Install the DIDTR/8 card in any available flexible slot. 2. Referring to Figure 5-6 and Table 5-9 on page 5-16, connect the trunks to the MDF Interface Card using the supplied modular cable. 5-14 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 139: Figure 5-6 Connecting Did Trunks

    Labels are supplied with the MDF Interface Card to identify the Flexible Slot cable connection. Make certain to attach a label on both ends of the cable and at the MDF Interface Card connector. Figure 5-6. Connecting DID Trunks 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 5-15...
  • Page 140: Table 5-9 Did Trunk Connections And Pinouts

    CN3-4 YL-BL BL-YL YL-OR CN2 (Bottom) CN4-1 (Top) OR-YL YL-GN __________ GN-YL YL-BR CN4-2 BR-YL YL-SL SL-YL VI-BL CN4-3 BL-VI VI-OR OR-VI VI-GN CN4-4 GN-VI VI-BR BR-VI VI-SL No Connection No Connection SL-VI 5-16 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 141: E&m Tie Line Trunks

    2. Install the E&M Tie Line card in any available flexible slot. 3. Referring to Figure 5-7, connect the trunks to the Network Jack using four (4) RJ-1CX 8-conductor modular cables (not supplied). 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 5-17...
  • Page 142: Figure 5-7 Connecting E&m Tie Line Trunks

    Chapter 5 - Trunks and Extensions Section 300-Installation Figure 5-7. Connecting E&M Tie Line Trunks 5-18 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 143: T-point Isdn Interface (tbri)

    Four lines on one single card are connected to an ISDN of the same station. Therefore, the remaining synchronizations are automatically completed when synchronization has been completed in any one of the lines. Table 5-12 shows the settings of the line selection switch. 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 5-19...
  • Page 144: Table 5-12 Line Selection Switch (sw1: Select) On Tbri/4 Card

    2. Insert the CPC96, TSW288, or TSW576 card in the specified slot. 3. Insert the TBRI/4 card in an available flexible slot. 4. Connect the 8-conductor modular jack via the NT1 to the T-point ISDN interface. 5-20 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 145: Figure 5-9 Connection Of T-point Isdn Interface (bri)

    5. Pass the T-point ISDN wires with 8-conductor modular jack through the wiring aperture in the main unit and connect it to the modular connector on the TBRI/4 card. Figure 5-9. Connection of T-Point ISDN Interface (BRI) 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 5-21...
  • Page 146: T-point Isdn Primary Rate Interface (pri)

    PRIT/23: 1 to 23B+D Other mode • The DBS 576 can accommodate a maximum of 8 communication channels per flexible slot. If you set the number of channels to 9 or more, there is a limit of the number of cards that can be installed in other slots (see page 4-36).
  • Page 147: Table 5-14 Maximum Number Of T-point Isdn Primary Rate Interface Cards Per System

    Set to "8-channel mode". Can be used with 1 to 8B + D channels. 5. Set SW1 on the PRI/23 card according to the following table. These switch settings correspond to the distance between the DBS 576 and the CSU. To turn a switch on, set it to the "up" position.
  • Page 148: Table 5-16 Switch Setting For Sw1 On Pri/23 Card

    Chapter 5 - Trunks and Extensions Section 300-Installation Table 5-16. Switch Setting for SW1 on PRI/23 Card Switch No. Distance from the DBS 576 to the CSU 0 to 150 ft. 150 to 450 ft. 450 to 655 ft. SW1-1...
  • Page 149: T1 Interface

    T1/24: 1 to 24 channels Other mode • The DBS 576 can accommodate a maximum of 8 communication channels per flexible slot. If you set the number of channels to 9 or more, there is a limit of the number of cards that can be installed in other slots (see page 4-36).
  • Page 150: Table 5-19 Switch Setting For Sw2 On T1 Card

    Set to "8-channel mode". Can be used with 1 to 8 channels. 5. Set SW1 on the T1 card according to the following table. These switch settings correspond to the distance between the DBS 576 and the CSU. To turn a switch on, set it to the "up" position.
  • Page 151: Table 5-20 Switch Setting For Sw1 On T1 Card

    Section 300-Installation Chapter 5 - Trunks and Extensions Table 5-20. Switch Setting for SW1 on T1 Card Switch No. Distance from the DBS 576 to the CSU 0 to 150 ft. 150 to 450 ft. 450 to 655 ft. SW1-1...
  • Page 152: Extensions

    “Extension MDF Interface Card” on page 5-29. Install the correct type of cards in the cabinet for the extensions that are to be connected, then connect the extensions. The following describes how to connect the respective types of extensions. 5-28 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 153: Extension Mdf Interface Card

    • The Extension MDF Interface contains three sixteen-wire connectors. Each connector supports one extension card. • A second type of MDF Interface is used with the DBS 576. The Trunk MDF Interface is also installed in the MDF Interface positions on the side of the cabinet.
  • Page 154: Figure 5-12 Extension Mdf Interface Installation

    Interface Card position. 4. Use the supplied screw to fasten the Extension MDF Interface Card into place. 5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 for any additional Extension MDF Interface Cards to be installed. 5-30 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 155: Digital Extensions

    1. Install the DEC/8 card in any available flexible slot. 2. Referring to Figure 5-13 and Table 5-23 on page 5-33, connect the extension card to the MDF Interface Card using supplied sixteen-lead cable. 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 5-31...
  • Page 156: Figure 5-13 Connecting Digital Extension Lines

    Labels are supplied with the MDF Interface Card to identify the Flexible Slot cable connection. Make certain to attach a label on both ends of the cable and at the MDF Interface Card connector. Figure 5-13. Connecting Digital Extension Lines 5-32 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 157: Table 5-23 Digital Extension Connections And Pinouts

    BK-BR BR-BK BK-SL SL-BK YL-BL BL-YL YL-OR OR-YL YL-GN CN2 (Bottom) CN4 (Top) __________ GN-YL YL-BR BR-YL YL-SL SL-YL VI-BL BL-VI VI-OR OR-VI VI-GN GN-VI VI-BR BR-VI VI-SL No Connection No Connection SL-VI 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 5-33...
  • Page 158: Dbs 96 Digital Extensions

    DBS 96 cabinet. A maximum of 8 extensions can be connected to each DBS DEC card. • The CBLDBS kit (VB-44452) must be installed to connect the DBS 576 to the DBS. One CBLDBS MDF Interface (part of the CBLDBS kit) must be installed to support connection of extension lines from the Main Distribution Frame (MDF) to the DBS cabinet.
  • Page 159: Figure 5-14 Connecting Dbs 96 Digital Extension Lines

    CBLDBS MDF Interface Card to the MDF using standard 25-pair cabling (not supplied). Each cable must have a male connector at the CBLDBS MDF interface end. Figure 5-14. Connecting DBS 96 Digital Extension Lines 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 5-35...
  • Page 160: Table 5-25 Dbs 96 Digital Extension Connections And Pinouts - Slots Ec1, Ec2, And Ec3

    YL-BL BL-YL YL-OR OR-YL DBS 96 YL-GN Cabinet Slot GN-YL YL-BR BR-YL (DBS 576 YL-SL Programming Slot 04) SL-YL VI-BL BL-VI VI-OR OR-VI VI-GN GN-VI VI-BR BR-VI VI-SL No Connection No Connection SL-VI 5-36 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 161: Table 5-26 Dbs 96 Digital Extension Connections And Pinouts - Slots Ec4, Ec5, And Ec6

    YL-BL BL-YL YL-OR OR-YL DBS 96 YL-GN Cabinet Slot GN-YL YL-BR BR-YL (DBS 576 YL-SL Programming Slot 08) SL-YL VI-BL BL-VI VI-OR OR-VI VI-GN GN-VI VI-BR BR-VI VI-SL No Connection No Connection SL-VI 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 5-37...
  • Page 162: Table 5-27 Dbs 96 Digital Extension Connections And Pinouts - Slots Ec7, Ec8, And Ec/trk

    YL-BL BL-YL YL-OR OR-YL DBS 96 YL-GN Cabinet Slot GN-YL YL-BR BR-YL (DBS 576 YL-SL Programming Slot 12) SL-YL VI-BL BL-VI VI-OR OR-VI VI-GN GN-VI VI-BR BR-VI VI-SL No Connection No Connection SL-VI 5-38 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 163: Analog Extensions

    Extension MDF Interface Card (VB44611) mounted on the side of the cabinet. See “Extension MDF Interface Card” on page 5-29 for more information on installing an Extension MDF Interface Card. 1. Install the AEC/8 card in any available flexible slot. 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 5-39...
  • Page 164: Figure 5-15 Connecting Analog Extension Lines

    Labels are supplied with the MDF Interface Card to identify the Flexible Slot cable connection. Make certain to attach a label on both ends of the cable and at the MDF Interface Card connector. Figure 5-15. Connecting Analog Extension Lines 5-40 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 165: Table 5-29 Analog Extension Connections And Pinouts

    BK-BR BR-BK BK-SL SL-BK YL-BL BL-YL YL-OR OR-YL YL-GN CN2 (Bottom) CN4 (Top) __________ GN-YL YL-BR BR-YL YL-SL SL-YL VI-BL BL-VI VI-OR OR-VI VI-GN GN-VI VI-BR BR-VI VI-SL No Connection No Connection SL-VI 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 5-41...
  • Page 166: S-point Isdn Interface (sbri)

    2. Connect the 8-conductor modular jack to the S-point ISDN wires from the ISDN terminal equipment. 3. Pass the S-point ISDN wires with 8-conductor modular jack through the wiring aperture in the cabinet and connect it to the modular connector on the SBRI/4 card. 5-42 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 167: Figure 5-16 Connection Of S-point Isdn Interface (sbri)

    22 AWG - 4630 Ft. 24 AWG - 2890 Ft. 26 AWG - 1800 Ft. Low Impedance wire (Zo = 75 ohms) 22 AWG - 2315 Ft. 24 AWG - 1445 Ft. 26 AWG - 900 Ft. 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 5-43...
  • Page 168: Figure 5-17 Point To Multi-point Connection (long Distance Away)

    Maximum 6/10 of a mile (1km) The distance between terminal equipments must be connected within 25-50m in order to restrict delay of the signal. Figure 5-17. Point to multi-point connection (Long distance away) 5-44 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 169: S-point Isdn Primary Rate Interface (pri)

    PRIS/23: 1 to 23B+D/24B Interface) • The DBS 576 can accommodate a maximum of 8 communication channels per flexible slot. If you select "Other mode", there is a limit of the number of cards that can be installed in other slots (see page 4-36.) •...
  • Page 170: Table 5-33 Switch Setting For Sw2-2 On Pri/23 Card

    Set to "8-channel mode." Can be used with 1 to 8B + D channels. 3. Set SW1 on the PRI/23 card according to the following table. These switch settings correspond to the distance between the DBS 576 and the ISDN terminal. To turn a switch on, set it to the "up" position.
  • Page 171: Figure 5-18 Connection Of S-point Isdn Primary Rate Interface (pri)

    Section 300-Installation Chapter 5 - Trunks and Extensions Figure 5-18. Connection of S-point ISDN Primary Rate Interface (PRI) 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 5-47...
  • Page 172: Key Phone Wall Mounting

    Section 300-Installation Key Phone Wall Mounting Guidelines • DBS 576 key phones can be mounted on the wall using the wall mounting adapter on the bottom of the phone. Installation 1. Remove the wall mounting adapter from the bottom of the phone taking care not to damage the adapter hooks.
  • Page 173: Figure 5-19 Wall Mounting Of Phone

    Section 300-Installation Chapter 5 - Trunks and Extensions Figure 5-19. Wall mounting of phone 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 5-49...
  • Page 174 Chapter 5 - Trunks and Extensions Section 300-Installation 5-50 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 175: Chapter 6. Peripheral Equipment

    2. Connect the other end of the RCA pin cable to the output (AUX) of a music source such as a CD player or tape recorder. Fit the appropriate connector (RCA or mini-plug, etc.) as required to the end of the RCA pin cable to suit your music source. 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98...
  • Page 176: Background Music (bgm)

    • If an FM radio is connected as a music source, it must be located at least 16.5 ft. (5m) from the cabinet. • The maximum input impedance of the BGM input (CN4: RCA) is 10k . The Ohms maximum input signal level is -10dB. DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 177: Figure 6-2 Installation Of Background Music Source

    CD player or tape recorder. Fit the appropriate connector (RCA or mini-plug, etc.) as required to the end of the RCA pin cable to suit your music source. Figure 6-2. Installation of background music source 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98...
  • Page 178: Paging

    • SCC cards cannot be installed and removed while the cabinet is operating. First, turn the power off. • The paging amplifier, relays, and speakers are not provided with the DBS 576 and must therefore be purchased separately. • Table 6-1 shows the pinout of the external connector (CN3) of the SCC card.
  • Page 179: Table 6-2 Settings Of Sw2 On Scc Card

    2. Install the SCC card in an available optional card slot. 3. Prepare a cable with a DDK connector and connect one end of it to CN3. 4. Connect the other end of the cable to the paging amplifier, relays, and speakers. 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98...
  • Page 180: Figure 6-3 Connection Of Paging Device

    Chapter 6. Peripheral Equipment Section 300-Installation Figure 6-3. Connection of paging device DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 181: Pc Customization Tool

    • D-SUB 9-pin to D-SUB 25-pin • If your PC is equipped with a 25-pin D-SUB RS-232C connector, make a cable as shown in Figure 6-4. The cable should be less than 50 ft. (15m) long. 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98...
  • Page 182: Figure 6-4 Connections For D-sub 9-pin To D-sub 25-pin Cable

    Figure 6-5. The cable should be less than 50 ft. long. Figure 6-5. Connections for D-SUB 9-pin to D-SUB 9-pin cable Installation 1. Set switch SW1 on the SCC card to the CTM position. See Figure 6-4for details of SW1 positions. DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 183: Table 6-4 Positions Of Sw1 On Scc Card

    4. Pass the RS-232C cable through the wiring slot in the cabinet, then connect the 9-pin or 25-pin D-SUB connector on the other end to the RS-232C connector of your PC. Figure 6-6. Connection to PC 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98...
  • Page 184: Call Logging Device

    If your call logging device is equipped with a 25-pin D-SUB RS-232C connector, make a cable as shown in Figure 6-7. The cable should be less than 50 ft. long. Figure 6-7. Connections for D-SUB 9-pin to D-SUB 25-pin cable 6-10 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 185: Figure 6-8 Connections For D-sub 9-pin To D-sub 9-pin Cable

    4. Pass the RS-232C cable through the wiring slot in the cabinet, then connect the 9-pin or 25-pin D-SUB connector on the other end to the RS-232C connector of your call logging device. 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 6-11...
  • Page 186: Figure 6-9 Connection To Call Logging Device

    Figure 6-9. Connection to call logging device Output Format • You can use the system program to select format #1 or #2 for the call logging device. • Figure 6-10 shows the output format and display contents for calls. 6-12 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 187: Figure 6-10 Smdr Output Data Format

    Trunk No. (Trunk No.: 1 to 576 / When trunk is disconnected while the call is on hold: *1 to *576) Dialled No. (24 digits max.) Accounting code (10 digits max.) ID code (V001 to V400) Caller data (format #2 only) ISDN charge data (format #2 only) 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 6-13...
  • Page 188: Mis Report Output

    4. Pass the RS-232 cable through the wiring hole on the cabinet, and connect the D-Sub 9-pin connector to the RS-232 port of the personal computer or printer. If the connection port is a 25-pin D-Sub connector, connect via a 9-pin/25-pin conversion adaptor. 6-14 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 189: Figure 6-11 Connecting The Acd Card Personal Computer/printer

    Section 300-Installation Chapter 6. Peripheral Equipment Figure 6-11. Connecting the ACD Card Personal Computer/Printer 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 6-15...
  • Page 190: Application Interface (api)

    When this switch is ON, the backup battery ensures that the data is retained in memory. Preparing an RS-232C cable • See Figure 6-11 for details of how to prepare a 25-pin D-SUB to 9-pin D-SUB RS-232C cable if one is not supplied. 6-16 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 191: Figure 6-12 25-pin To 25-pin D-sub Cable Connections

    1. Install the API card in an available optional card slot or flexible slot. 2. Connect one end of the RS-232C cable to the RS-232C port (CN4) of the API card and the other end to the PC. Figure 6-13. Connecting API card to PC 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 6-17...
  • Page 192: Voice Recognition Adaptor

    Figure 6-14. Removing telephone wall-mount adaptor 2. Cut the connector covering from the bottom of the phone to expose the connectors (CN11 and CN12). Figure 6-15. Cutting the connector covering from bottom of phone 6-18 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 193: Figure 6-16 Connecting Voice Recognition Adaptor To Key Phone

    4. Secure the voice recognition adaptor using the two screws. Figure 6-16. Connecting voice recognition adaptor to key phone 5. Connect the phone to the internal line port on a DEC/8 card (see page 5-31). Figure 6-17. Connecting phone to secondary socket 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 6-19...
  • Page 194: Dss

    1. Attach the DSS to the key phone using the mounting plate and the four screws. 2. Connect the DSS to the key phone using the two-conductor cable. 3. Connect the DSS to the secondary socket using a four-conductor cable. Figure 6-18. DSS connection 6-20 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 195: Em24

    Figure 6-19. 2. Connect the EM24 to the key phone using the two-conductor cable. 3. Connect the EM24 to the secondary socket using a four-conductor cable. Figure 6-19. EM24 connection 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 6-21...
  • Page 196: Tapi Adaptor

    Section 300-Installation TAPI Adaptor Guidelines • The TAPI adaptor acts as an interface between the DBS 576 and the TAPI application on your PC. • To use the TAPI adaptor, you will need a TAPI Service Provide (SP) software. • A 9-pin (female) D-SUB RS-232C cable is provided with your TAPI adaptor.
  • Page 197: Doorphone Adaptor

    • The Doorphone Adaptor (VB-43701) requires a door opener. In addition, a Doorphone (VB-43705) is normally used with the Doorphone Adaptor. Door openers are not sold by Panasonic, but can be purchased separately from an electronics dealer. • Each Doorphone and door opener use one trunk port.
  • Page 198: Figure 6-21 Doorphone Adaptor Cable Punch-out Plate And Wall Mounting

    Chapter 6. Peripheral Equipment Section 300-Installation Figure 6-21. Doorphone Adaptor cable punch-out plate and wall mounting 6-24 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 199: Figure 6-22 Doorphone Adaptor Connections

    The "CO.D" connector is used for the Doorphone and opener. The "CO.S" connector is used for the sensor. 6. Connect the Doorphone, door opener, and sensor to the Doorphone Adaptor. Figure 6-22. Doorphone Adaptor connections 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 6-25...
  • Page 200: Power Failure Transfer

    • Up to four SLTs can be connected to the Power Failure Unit (VB-43703). If a power failure occurs, the SLTs will automatically receive a dial tone from the trunk. The DBS 576 features and restrictions do not apply when SLTs are receiving a dial tone from the trunk line.
  • Page 201: Figure 6-23 Power Failure Unit Cable Punch-out Plate And Wall Mounting

    When a power failure occurs, AEC/8 card "A" line is switched to trunk "A" line, AEC/8 card "B" line is switched to trunk "B" line, and so on. 8. Connect the +24V and GND terminals from the DBS 576 power unit to the PFU. 9. Install the cover on the PFU.
  • Page 202: Figure 6-24 Power Failure Unit Connections

    Chapter 6. Peripheral Equipment Section 300-Installation Figure 6-24. Power Failure Unit connections 6-28 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 203: Replacing The Backup Battery Of Cpc Card

    2. Cut the two tie-wraps using nippers to remove the old backup battery. 3. Secure the new backup battery using the two tie wraps. Note: Secure the battery so that it cannot move. 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 6-29...
  • Page 204 This will not interfere with the battery replacement. CPC576 card Note: A clear protective shield is present around the battery. However, this shield is not shown to better illustrate the battery position. This will not interfere with the battery replacement. 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 6-30...
  • Page 205: Chapter 7. Specifications

    Chapter 7. Specifications This chapter lists the specifications of the equipment constituting the DBS 576. Note: The following specifications are subject to change without notice. Electrical Characteristics Table 7-1. Input Power Equipment Power Requirements All DBS 576 Cabinets 120V AC + 10% 60 Hz...
  • Page 206: Table 7-5 Dimensions And Weight For Single-cabinet Systems And Telephones

    Other key telephones DSLT DSS/72 EM/24 Table 7-6. Resource Maximums System Resources 1 Cabinet 2 Cabinets 3 Cabinets 4 Cabinets 5 Cabinets 6 Cabinets CO line ports Station ports CO line/Station Speech path nonblocking switching DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 207: Table 7-7 Feature Related Capacities

    Max. Name Digits of TRK Max. Name Digits of EXT. Attendant Group Max. Attendant Member Max. Hunting Group Max. Hunting Member External Page port External Relay Control Port Message Waiting Set (High) (Per Extension) 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98...
  • Page 208 480 x2 576 x 2 ISDN S point DID Table Closed Number Tandem Exchange Number Account Code Max. Digits Verified Account Number Verified Account Max. Digits Pickup Group Max. Paging Group Max. Paging Member DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 209: Table 7-8 Hardware Maximums

    Note: 1 per DBS cabinet Telephone Company Interfaces VB-43551 8-circuit Caller ID daughter board VB-44460 Sync Unit VB-44510 8-port loop-start trunk card (L-TRK/8) VB-44511 8-port ground-start trunk card (G-TRK/8) VB-44512 Trunk MDF connector VB-44520 Direct-inward-dialing trunk card (DID) 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98...
  • Page 210 VB-44331 PC Attendant (up to 384 EXT) VB-44332 PC Phone VB-TBD PC Customize Tool Note: These maximum are based on overall CO line capacities and do not allow for CO lines used for outside lines. DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 211: Table 7-9 Maximum Cabling Distances

    If a TAPI box or Voice Response Telephone Adapter is installed with the telephone, the measured resistance must be less than 20 Ohms and the maximum cabling distance reduced in half compared to a standard key telephone. Table 7-10. Voice Path from KTELS to DBS 576 Channel Speed...
  • Page 212: Table 7-12 Signaling To Co

    700 + 1200 700 + 1340 700 + 1480 760 + 1200 760 + 1340 760 + 1480 860 + 1200 860 + 1340 860 + 1480 940 + 1340 940 + 1200 940 + 1480 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-300...
  • Page 213: Index

    4-33 Card Installation Position registration number CBL card (VB-44451) ringer equivalence 2-13 Building Block card FCC Requirements CBLDBS card (VB-44452) Floor Mounting Installation 2-14 Connection Cable card-DBS Front Cover Circuit Card Configuration 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 Index-i...
  • Page 214 Setting ID No. of Additional Cabinets Music-On-Hold (MOH) Specifications 5-42 S-Point ISDN Interface (SBRI) 5-45 S-point ISDN Primary Rate Interface (PRI) SYNC Package (VB-44460) Network 2-18 SYNC Package/Network Unit address signaling code System Overview Index-ii DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-700...
  • Page 215 Trunks Trunks and Extensions 2-11 TSW288 card (VB-444201) 2-12 TSW576 card (VB-444302 2-47 VB-44131 6-18 Voice Recognition Adaptor VPU/4 card (VB-44160) 2-43 4-voice Processing card Wall mounting cabinets mounting illustration Wall Mounting Installation 576-13-300 DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 Index-iii...
  • Page 216 Index Section 700 - Operation Index-iv DBS 576 (USA), issued 6/2/98 576-13-700...

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