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  • Page 1

    Digital Business Telephone System Release Installation Contents Chapter Configuration System Capacity and Hardware Description System Configuration Common Control Unit Printed Circuit Boards Telephones Attendant Position Options Door Phones (MDFBs) AC and Reserve Power Hardware Floor Mount Installation Hardware 1.1 0 Worksheets 1-13 Configuration Worksheet Example...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Chapter 2 Site Requirements (continued) .................... Cable LengthdNetwork Requirements ........................ Grounding Requirements Chapter Cabinet Installation ....................Inspection. Packaging and Storage .......................... 3.1.1 Inspection ...................... 3.1.2 Packaging and Storage ....................Cabinet Installation Considerations ..................Power Supply Installation and Removal ........................... 3.3.1 Installation ..........................

  • Page 3

    Chapter 4 Printed Circuit Boards (continued) ................Electronic Telephone Interface Unit (PEKU) ....................4.5.1 PEKU Hardware Options 4-22 ..................4.5.2 PEKU Installation Procedures 4-23 ........................PEKU Wiring 4-23 ..................4.5.4 PEKU Programming Overview 4-23 ........Standard Telephone Interface Unit (RSTU and PSTU, Versions 1 & 2) 4-23 ..............

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Chapter 4 Printed Circuit Boards (continued) ..............4.1 5.2 PlOU and PIOUS Installation Procedures 4-52 ....................4.15.3 PlOU and PIOUS Wiring 4-52 ..............4.15.4 PlOU and PIOUS Programming Overview 4-52 ................... 4.16 External Page Interface Unit (PEPU) 4-52 ....................4.1 6.1 PEPU Hardware Options 4-52 .....................

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    6-33 ......................... Voice Mail Options 6-33 ..................6.8.1 System Hardware Requirements 6-33 ................6.8.2 Toshiba VP Voice Messaging System 6-33 ............6.8.3 Customer-Supplied Voice Mail Messaging Systems 6-35 ....6.8.4 General Voice Mail (Standard Telephone Port) Programming Considerations 6-36 ..................

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    6.1 1.7 Non-Built-In Auto Attendant Overview 6-66 ................Multiple PIOU/PIOUS/RSSU/ RSlU Installation 6-67 6.1 2 ........RS-232 SMDl and Toshiba Proprietary Voice Mail Interface Installation 6-70 6.13 ........................6-70 6.1 4 ................... 6.1 4.1 Test Your COM Port with Terminal 6-70 ..................

  • Page 7

    Figures (continued) ..Reserve Power. Three or More Wall Mounted Cabinets 3-37 3-25 ..........Battery Wiring Diagram (Two or Four Batteries) Wall Mount Only 3-38 3-26 ..................Slot Placement ..................................................RKYS Feature Key Installation ..............RCTUA Controls, Indicators, and Interface Connectors ........

  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    Figures (continued) ................5-1 2 ..................5-1 3 Electronic Telephone PCB Connections 5-12 ................ 5-1 4 5-12 ................. 5-1 5 HHEU Installation for Electronic Telephones 5-13 ..................5-1 6 Door Phone (DDCB or HDCB) Installation 5-16 ...................... 5-1 7 Door Phone (MDFB) Installation 5-16 ....................

  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    Multiple PIOU/PIOUS (Remote Maintenance, MIS for ACD, RS-232 Voice Mail Integration) 7-42 ....................7-38 7-43 Tables ..................Common Control Unit Feature Capacities ................... Strata DK280 Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs) .............. Interface PCB Options (PIOU/PIOUS/PEPU/RSIU/RSSU) ..................Subassemblies for Cabinet Circuit Boards ..................Subassemblies for Toshiba Telephones 1-10 January 1996...

  • Page 10: Table Of Contents

    ................DSS Console and Door Phone Configuration 1-11 ......Cabinet AC Power, Reserve Power, and Floor Mount Hardware Assemblies 1-12 ............(Example) PDKUl/PDKU2/0CNRPCl/PDIU Configuration 1-25 ............(Example) 1 8 or 1 16 Channel RDTU Slot Configuration 1-26 ..............1-10 (Example) 1 24 Channel RDTU Slot Configuration 1-26...

  • Page 11

    IMPORTANT! System Configuration can be complex and time consuming. For best results: Use the software program 280Quote to provide easx fast, automated configuration. This runs on an lBM compatible 486 PC, or higher, with a hard drive. If the above software is not available, use all the Worksheets in Chapter I-Configuration. Important Installation Notes: Place the RCTU jumper plug(s) into battery position;...

  • Page 13: System Capacity And Hardware Description, System Configuration, Common Control Unit, Printed Circuit Boards

    Configuration RCTU processors and the RSlU option PCBs must be installed in dedicated slots of the base cabinet. System Capacity and Hardware Description As many as five expansion cabinets (DKSUE280 or This chapter explains how to configure a Strata DK280 more lines and stations to the system.

  • Page 14: Telephones

    RGLU-Four circuits that can individually be assigned for Ground Start or Loop Start CO line Telephones operation. The Strata DK280 system supports Toshiba Proprietary Digital (DKT) and older series Electronic Telephones (EKTs). Standard telephones (500 or 2500 series) and devices that require a standard signaling only.

  • Page 15: Attendant Position Options, Door Phones (mdfbs

    Reserve Power Hardware telephone. Detailed information for AC and reserve battery power Toshiba telephones may be equipped with optional installation is described in Chapter 3-Cabinet subassemblies; the function of each subassembly is Installation. These optional assemblies may be given in Table 1-5.

  • Page 16

    3 CABINETS (RCTUCID) 1 CABINET (RCTUA) 2 CABINETS (RCTUB) STATIONS CO LINES STATIONS CO LINES STATIONS CABINETS (RCTUC/D) 4 CABINETS (RCTUC/D) 6 CABINETS (RCTUCID) STATIONS Figure 1-1 Strata Cabinet Configuration Tables 8-Port CO Line Without Caller January 1996...

  • Page 17: Common Control Unit Feature Capacities

    Table 1-1 Common Control Unit Feature Capacities ..........DKT 2004 Cordless Telephones (simultaneous calls) - - - .

  • Page 18

    ITEM RCTUA RCTUBA I BB DTMF Receivers (Optional) ........

  • Page 19: Strata Dk280 Printed Circuit Boards (pcbs)

    Table 1-2 Strata DK280 Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs) INTERFACES CIRCUITS PER PCB CONNECTOR Digital Telephones with or without 8 Digital Telephone Circuits 25-Pair Amphenoll PDKU RPCI-DI, DVSU, ADMs or Digital Cordless Telephone Stand-alone Digital Cordless Telephone DDSS Console PDIU-DS DDCB Digital: Same as PDKU, except no RDSU Without RSTS:...

  • Page 20

    Table 1-3 PCB Options Interface RSSU PIOU' PIOUS PEPU INTERFACE OPTIONS Unamplified page output (single zone, 600 ohms, duplex) Amplified page output (single zone, 3 watts, 8 ohms) Zone page interface (unamplified, 4 zones) Door lock or external amplifier control relay Alarm sensor SMDR output (RS-232/6-wire modular connector) X"...

  • Page 21: Subassemblies For Cabinet Circuit Boards

    Table 1-4 Subassemblies for Cabinet Circuit Boards SUBASSEMBLY HOST PCB CAPACITY FUNCTION RRCS - 4,8, or 12 RCTUA, With: Provides Dual-tone Multi-frequency RCTUBNBB RCTUA 12 circuits max. (DTMF) receiver for DISA, DTMF 12 circuits standard telephone circuits, DID and max. Tie lines, and built-in Auto Attendant and remote change of Call-Forward- External destination.

  • Page 22

    Table 1-5 Subassemblies Toshiba Telephones Capacity Function Subassembly Host Telephone DVSU 2000- and 1 000-series 1 per telephone Provides interface for digital telephone to Digital Telephones receive Speaker Off-hook Call Announce (OCA). Not required for HandseVHeadset OCA. 1 per telephone...

  • Page 23

    Table DSS Console Door Phone Configuration INTERFACE / OPTION UNIT CAPACITY FUNCTION Provides 60-button console that functions 3-RCTUA with digital or electronic telephones. Buttons are flexibly assigned as CO line, speed dial, DSS. 3-RCTUA Provides a 60-button console that functions PEKU HDSS 4-RCTUB or RCTUBNBB...

  • Page 24

    Table 1-7 Cabinet AC Power, Reserve Power, and Floor Mount Hardware Assemblies DESCRIPTION ASSEMBLY’ FUNCTION Reserve Power Cable2 Two cables are required (for current carrying capacity) when connecting reserve (battery) power three or more KSU cabinets (wall mount). RBDB is also required-see RBDB below.

  • Page 25: Worksheets

    Configuration Worksheet 1.1 0 Worksheets Example The worksheets help you configure the system. Designed to make the system configuration as orderly The following example demonstrates how to configure as possible, they also provide room to record the the system. This example does not represent the only hard ware-ca bi nets, PC Bs, stat ions, and opt ions- way to configure the system.

  • Page 26

    8 analog loop start CO lines (with Caller ID) 4 analog E&M tie lines I 24 T I , ground start lines 16 T1, DID lines “Company A‘ ’’ DK24 currently has the following equipment which must be moved to the DK280 system: 16 electronic telephones upgrade for OCA I 2 HDSS consoles...

  • Page 27

    Worksheet 1 Summary Example This Worksheet provides guidelines for determining the required quantity of each PCB type, PCB slot and cabinet. Determine the company's Digital Telephone, Door phone, and Data Interface needs. Determine Company A's Electronic Telephone, Door phone, Alternate BGM, and External Amplified conference needs.

  • Page 28

    Worksheet 1 System P C B Requirements Customer: Location: Complete Worksheet 1 before proceeding with other worksheets. (Al) DDSS DDSS consoles required (refer to DDSS in Table 1-6): Digital door phone/lock units required (refer to DDCB in Table 3-6): PDIU-DSs required (refer to PDIU-DS in Table 1-5): Digital telephones, with or without PDIU-DI or RPCI-DI, required (refer to PDKU in Table 1-2): (existing) HDSS consoles required (refer to HDSS in Table 1-6):...

  • Page 29

    Worksheet System P C B (Slot) Requirements (continued) Fill in System Requirements below (refer to Table 1-1 for maximum quantities) A. Total Digital Telephones* 1 port per each DKT B. Total Digital DSS Consoles 1 port per each DDS C. Total Digital Door Phone Control Boxes** 1 port per each DDCB D.

  • Page 30

    Worksheet System P C B (Slot) Requirements (continued) Determine Station PCBs / Slots Required (Refer to Table 1-2 for PCB information) DIGITAL PORTS (from C1) C4.1 Total PDKU PCBs (round up) (Refer to C4.3 before Total PDKU PCBs (Slots) finalizing this number) General Notes: PDKU provides eight digital telephone ports (circuits).

  • Page 31

    Worksheet System P C B (Slot) Requirements (continued) PESU can be used when four or less electronic or two or less standard ports are needed. c4.5 Total PESU PCB (Slots) = General Note: PESU provides two standard telephone ports (circuits) and four electronic telephone circuits (ports).

  • Page 32

    Worksheet System P C B (Slot) Requirements (continued) Slot Determine Caller ID Requirements c5.3 Total Ground/Loop Start Line with caller ID: (from Company A's requirements) Caller ID Lines A = Total RCIU/RCIS PCB (Slots) General Note: RClU provides four caller ID receiveddecoder circuits. RClU with RCIS subassembly provides eight caller ID receiver/decoder circuits.

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    Worksheet System Requirements (continued) P C B (Slot) C5.7 Total Number of RDTU Slots: 8-channel RDTU PCB / Slots 16-channel RDTU PCB /Slots (include skipped sl0ts)~-2 Slots Total RDTU PCB / Slots Notes: 1. Contact the T1 provider (Telco or Carrier company) to determine exact 2.

  • Page 34

    Worksheet System P C B (Slot) Requirements (continued) C8. PEPU Page Option PCB PEPU provide 600-ohm interface 3-watt page output Total PEPU PCBs (Slots) Total Slots (round-up) fill-in Worksheet 2, Chart 1. 1-22 January 1996...

  • Page 35

    PCBs into cabinet slots. Next Highest Available Slot(s): If the system is equipped with a PC or Toshiba Conventional Attendant Console, install the RATU PCB in the next highest available slot. The Attendant Console PCB will be assigned the next four station ports.

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    Worksheet 2 P C B System Assignment Guide (continued) After completing Worksheet 2, follow Worksheet 3 guidelines to configure miscellaneous items. Notes: Station PCBs include: PDKU, RDSWRSTS, RSTU, RSTU2, PEKU, P E W , and PSTU. When installing PDKUl and PDKU2, see Worksheet 2, Table 1-8 (Example) for configuration requirements regarding OCA, RPCI-DI, PDIU-DUDS, and PDKU1.

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    Worksheet 2 System PCB Assignment Guide (continued) Table 1-8 (Example) Configuration Slots Base Cabinet (1) Slots Cabinet (2) Slots Cabinet (3) Slots Cabinet (4) Slots Cabinet (5) Slots Cabinet (6) General Notes: All slots support PDKU2. slots suppot? OCA, RPCI-DI*, or PDIU-DI/DS with PDKU1 or PDKU2 installed. slots do not support OCA, RPCI-DI*, or PDIU-DVDS with PDKUl but do support OCA, slots do not support PDKU 1 PCBs.

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    Worksheet System Assignment Guide (continued) P C B Example Table 1-9 (Example) 8 or 1 16 Channel RDTU Slot Configuration Slots that must remain vacant Cabinet No slot must be vacant No slot must be vacant be vacant slot must No slot must be vacant No slot must b e vacant No slot must be vacant...

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    Worksheet 2 System P C B Assignment CHART 1 : PCB CONFIGURATION CABINET1 RCTU PCB Type > Port Nos. > Line Nos. > CABINET 2 s 2 2 PCB Type > Port Nos. > 032- 039 047 048- Line Nos. CABINET 3 s 3 5 PCB Type >...

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    Configuration Guide (Miscellaneous Option Requirements) Add-on Module (refer to Table 1-5): Total 2000-series digital telephones can be equipped with one or two Add-on Module(s) provide an additional 20 or 40 combinations of CO Lines, DSS, and Speed Dial buttons. RRCS PCB: has DTMF DID, tie, ANI, DNIS, DlSA lines (remote change of call forward destination), DNIS External Call Routing, using DTMF standard telephones or voice mail-type devices with DTMF interfaces or built-in auto attendant connected to RDSU, RSTU, RSTU2, PSTU, or PESU standard telephone ports.

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    Configuration Guide (continued) H. PIOU/RSIU Subassembly PCBs IMDU PCB (refer to Table 1-4): One IMDU PCB may be installed on the PIOU or PIOUS PCB to provide built-in remote maintenance modem capability for the Strata DK system. IMDU PCB PIOUS RMDS PCB (installed on RSlU in slot 11) RSlS PCB...

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    Configuration Guide (continued) N. DPFT Unit: The DPFT provides a means to connect eight selected CO lines to standard telephones in the event of a power failure (each DPFT requires an RSTU or PSTU PCB). There no limit to the number of DPFTs installed, provided that the system power factor is not exceeded.

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    Configuration Guide (continued) U. VP or Stratagy Voice Mail Refer to Toshiba VP or Stratagy documentation for detailed information about the VM machines and to C2 Worksheet 2 in this chapter for DK280 VM port requirements. V. Personal Computers for: Attendant Consoles...

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    Worksheet 4 System Power Factor Check Power Factor (PF) Maximum 48 DKT 1000 or 2000 or EKT6500 stations per cabinet Maximum 27 DKTs with any combination of PDIU-D12 and RPCI-DI in base cabinet or 28 in expansion cabinets. Maximum 120 telephones can be paged simultaneously (this is controlled by system software) 2.

  • Page 45: Example) Total System Power Factors, Example) Printed Circuit Board (pcb) Power Factors (pf)

    Worksheet 4 System Power Factor Check (continued) Table 1-1 1 (Example) Cabinet Power Factor (PF) RPSU 280 Table 1-1 2 (Example) Total System Power Factors Number of Cabinets Power Factor AC input Current A.C. Current Limitation by National Electric Code Table 1-1 3 (Example) Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Power Factors (PF) PCB Type...

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    Worksheet System Power Factor Check (continued) CHART 2: TELEPHONWDEVICE POWER FACTORS The power supply of each cabinet supplies a limited amount of power. For each cabinet, calculate the total on the next page. TELEPHONE DEVICE BASE CABINET, CAB. 1 EXP. CABINET, CAB. 2 EXP.

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    Worksheet 4 Factor Check (continued) System Power CHART 3: CABINET POWER FACTOR, PCB/TELEPHONE/DEVICE Calculate the total Power Factor (PF) of each cabinet (must be less than 65). See Worksheet 2, Chart 1 for PCB quantity and type, and Worksheet A C for power factors.

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    Worksheets Copy as required before using Worksheet 1 Summary This Worksheet provides guidelines for determining ‘the required quantity of each PCB type, PCB slot and cabinet. Determine the customer’s Digital Telephone, Door phone, and Data Interface needs. Determine the customer’s Electronic Telephone, Door phone, Alternate BGM, and External Amplified conference needs.

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    Worksheet 1 P C B System Customer: Location: Complete Worksheet 1 before proceeding with other worksheets. A l . DDSS consoles required (refer to DDSS in Table 1-6): A2. Digital door phone/lock units required (refer to DDCB in Table 3-6): A3.

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    Worksheet System (Slot) Requirements (continued) Fill in System Requirements below (refer to Table 1-1 for maximum quantities) A4): B. Total Digital DSS Consoles 1 port per each DDS C. Total Digital Door Phone Control Boxes** 1 port per each DDCB D.

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    Worksheet P C B (Slot) System Requirements (continued) Slots Determine Station PCBs / Required (Refer to Table 1-2 for PCB information) C4.1 Total PDKU PCBs DIGITAL PORTS (from C1) (round up) (Refer to C4.3 before Total PDKU PCBs (Slots) finalizing this number) General Notes: PDKU provides eight digital telephone ports (circuits).

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    Worksheet System P (Slot) Requirements (continued) less C4.5 PESU can be used when four or electronic or two or less standard ports are needed. Total PESU PCB (Slots) General Note: PESU provides two standard telephone ports (circuits) and four electronic telephone circuits (ports).

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    Worksheet P C B System Determine Caller ID FSK receiver/decoder PCB / Slot Requirements C5.3 Total Ground/Loop Start Line with caller (from Company requirements) Caller ID Lines A = Total RCIU/RCIS PCB (Slots) = General Note: RClU provides four caller ID receiver/decoder circuits. RClU with RClS subassembly provides eight caller ID receiveddecoder circuits.

  • Page 54

    System P C B (Slot) Requirements (continued) Slots: C5.7 Total Number RDTU 8-channel RDTU PCB Slots 16-channel RDTU PCB / Slots (include skipped slots)*-2 Slots 24-channel RDTU PCB / Slots (include skipped slots)’-2 Slots Total RDTU PCB / Slots C5.6 Notes: 1.

  • Page 55

    Worksheet System P C B (Slot) Requirements (continued) C8. PEPU Page Option PCB 5-watt PEPU provide 600-ohm interface or page output Total PEPU PCBs (Slots) Total Slots January 1996 1-43...

  • Page 56

    PCBs into cabinet slots. Next lighest Available Slot(s): If the system is equipped with a PC or Toshiba Conventional Attendant Console, install the RATU PCB in the next highest available slot. The Attendant Console PCB will be assigned the next four station ports.

  • Page 57

    Worksheet 2 System P C B Assignment Guide (continued) After completing Worksheet 2, follow Worksheet 3 guidelines to configure miscellaneous items. Notes: Station PCBs include: PDKU, RDSWRSTS, RSTU, RSTU2, PEKU, PESU, and PSTU. When installing PDKU 1 and PDKU2, see Worksheet Table 7-8 (Example) for configuration requirements regarding OCA, RPCI-DI, PDIU-DI/DS, and PDKU1.

  • Page 58

    Worksheet 2 Guide (continued) System Assignment Table 1-8 Configuration Base Cabinet Cabinet (2) Cabinet (3) Cabinet (4) Slots Cabinet (5) Slots Cabinet (6) General No slot: slots do not support OCA, RPCI-DI*, or PDIU-DI/DS with PDKU1 but do support OCA, slots do not supporf PDKUl PCBs.

  • Page 59

    Worksheet 2 System Assignment Guide (continued) Table Channel Slot Configuration RDTU No slot must be vacant 6 (Expansion Unit) Table 1-10 Channel Slot Configuration RDTU Slots that must remain vacant if a 24 channel RDTU is installed “Allowed” RDTU in the “allowed” slot shown to Cabinet Slot Number’...

  • Page 60

    Worksheet System P C B Assignments CHART PCB CONFIGURATION 1 : DK280 CABINET 1 RCTU PCB Type Port Nos. > Line Nos. > Port Nos. Line Nos. > CABINET 3 S3 1 PCB Type Port Nos. Line Nos. > Port Nos. > Line Nos.

  • Page 61

    Worksheet 3 Guide Configuration (Miscellaneous Option Requirements) A. Add-on Module (refer t o Table 1-5): Total 2000-series digital telephones can be equipped with one or two Add-on Module(s) to provide an additional 20 or 40 combinations of CO Lines, DSS, and Speed Dial buttons. B.

  • Page 62

    Worksheet 3 Configuration Guide (continued) H. PlOU / RSlU Subassembly PCBs PIOUS RMDS PCB (installed on RSlU in slot 11) Actual HHEU PCBs Four Telephones with headsets Actual HESC-65As (25-pin) PPTC 1-50 January 1996...

  • Page 63

    Worksheet 3 - Configuration Guide (continued) N. DPFT Unit: The DPFT provides a means to connect eight selected CO lines to standard telephones in the event of a power failure (each DPFT requires an RSTU or PSTU PCB). There is no limit to the number of DPFTs installed, provided that the system power factor is not exceeded.

  • Page 64

    Voice Mail U. VP or Stratagy Refer to Toshiba VP or Stratagy documentation for detailed information about the VM machines and to C2 of Worksheet 2 in this chapter for DK280 VM port requirements. V. Personal Computers for: Attendant Consoles...

  • Page 65: Total System Power Factors

    Worksheet System Power Factor Check Table 1-1 1 Cabinet Power Factor (PF) Power Supply Power Factor RPSU 280 Table 1-12 Total System Power Factors Cabinets Power Factor AC Input Current A.C. Current Limitation by National Electric Code Table 1-1 3 Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Power Factors (PF) PCB Type PCB Type...

  • Page 66

    Worksheet 4 System Power Factor Check (continued) CHART 2: TELEPHONE/DEVICE POWER FACTORS The power supply of each cabinet supplies a limited amount power. For each cabinet, calculate the total on the next page. BASE CABINET, CAB. 1 EXP. CABINET, CAB. 2 EXP.

  • Page 67

    Worksheet 4 Check (continued) System Power Factor CHART 3: CABINET POWER FACTOR, PCB/TELEPHONE/DEVICE Calculate the total Power Factor (PF) of each cabinet (must be less than 65). See Worksheet 2, Chart 1 for PCB quantity and type, and Worksheet A C for power factors.

  • Page 68

    1-56 January 1996...

  • Page 69: Cable Lengthdnetwork Requirements, Grounding Requirements, Site Requirements, Site Considerations, Clearance And Location Requirements

    Site Requirements Notes: This chapter defines the installation site requirements necessary to ensure a proper operating environment Floor mounting requires the following for the Strata DK280. Also included are input power additional hardware that is not necessary requirements, cable lengthdnetwork requirements, for wall mounting (see Chapter 3- Cabinet Installation for details): and grounding requirements.

  • Page 70: Minimum Clearance Requirements

    FRONT VIEW TOP VIEW WALL- 23.6" 24" 24" BASE 24" CABINET WALL- EXPANSION 36" CABINET EXPANSION CABINET CABINET EXPANSION MINIMUM CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS CABINET (WALL MOUNTING) EXPANSION FRONT VIEW TOP VIEW 24" 23.6" (RWBF) WALL- 36" 3" FLOOR MOUNT MINIMUM CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS STANDS (FLOOR MOUNTING) (RFMF)

  • Page 71

    Table Summary of Electrical/Environmental Characteristics Primary power Maximum AC Input Current: AC Voltage 1 cabinet 3.6 amps AC Amperes for six cabinet system 15 Ampere circuit 2 cabinets 5.2 amps AC frequency 3 cabinets 7.8 amps Watts per cabinet (continuous) 4 cabinets 10.4 amps Watts for six cabinet svstem lcontinuous...

  • Page 72

    and Characteristics The electrical/environmental requirements and characteristics for the Strata DK280 are provided in Table 2-1. Cable Lengths/Network Requirements Table 2-2 lists station loop requirements. Table 6 in the General Description shows the system network requirements. The base and optional expansion cabinets must be placed within the allowed maximum distance each other as designated by Table 2-2.

  • Page 73: Loop Requirements

    Table Loop Requirements Device Max Loop Resistance Interface PCB Max Distance from Number of Description (Including Device) to Device Wire Pairs’ Digital PDKU (Ckts 1 telephone 40 ohms 1000 ft. (303 m) 1 -pair RDSU (Ckts 5 DDSS console PDKU (ckt 8) 40 ohms 1000 ft.

  • Page 74: Network Requirements

    Table Network Requirements Facility interface Code Network Jack Ringer Equivalence Universal Service Order Code (Loop start line) PEMU TL31 M, 4 wire (Type I, Tie line) RJ21 (Off-premises station) with R48S,-48V) RGLU (Ground or Loop Start Line) TL31 M, 4 wire (Type I or [I Tie line) TL32-Type II, 4 wire RDTU (DS-lTTI)'...

  • Page 75: Inspection. Packaging And Storage, Inspection, Packaging And Storage, Cabinet Installation Considerations

    Cabinet Installation This chapter explains how to install the Strata DK280 When packaging and storing the system, remove PCBs from the system cabinet (the power supply may base (DKSUB280) and expansion (DKSUE280 or remain installed in the cabinet for storage and shipment).

  • Page 76: Installation, Removal

    2. Mount cabinets on floor or wall (see Section 3.4 or 5. Secure the FG wire spade lug to the power supply with the FG screw. 3.5). 6. Secure the power supply to the cabinet with the 3. Install ground wiring (see Section 3.6). four provided screws.

  • Page 77: Cabinet Front, Side, And Top Cover Removal And Installation

    ING SCREWS EACH CABINET Shift cover left to remove front cover. SUPPLY GROUND WIRE (SUPPLIED WITH EACH EXPANSION CABINET) TOP COVER (BASE CABINET ONLY) Loosen four screws to remove the top cover: Do not remove the top cover if the Base Cabinet is the top cabinet.

  • Page 78

    DC OUT CABLE AND PLUG FG WIRE AND SPADE LUG (Functional Ground) JUMPER* E DC OUT MUST BE CONNECTOR INSTALLED ONLY *Note: IN BASE CABINET POWER SUPPLY JUMPERS POWER SUPPLY ARE SHIPPED IN A PLASTIC BAG ATTACHED CONNECTOR TO EACH POWER SUPPLY JUMPER* WITH AS FOLLOWS: NO WIRE MUST...

  • Page 79

    TOP (2) MOUNTING SCREWS DC OUT CABLE/CONNECTOR FG WIRE HOLDER// BOTTOM (2) MOUNTING SCREWS FG WIRE AND SPADE LUG (Functional ground) FRAME GROUND OR POWER SUPPLY DAISY CHAIN GROUND TO NEXT POWER SUPPLY Figure Supply January 1996...

  • Page 80: Wall Mounting Base Cabinet, Base Cabinet Installation Instructions

    (top-down) with a six-inch clearance between the Remove the front and right side covers from the floor and bottom cabinet. cabinet where the power supply will be removed. Remove the right side covers of other cabinets as Use a level to make sure that the back cover is necessary to disconnect wiring (Figure 3-1).

  • Page 81: Cabinet Mounting Surface Diagram (directly On Wall)

    DEALER SUPPLIED 1.25" WOOD SCREWS (4 SCREWS PER BACK COVER Figure 3-4 Cabinet Mounting Surface Diagram (Directly on Wall) January 1996...

  • Page 82: Cabinet Mounting Surface Diagram (with Plywood Backboard)

    PLASTER BOARD WALL PLYWOOD BACKBOARD 1.25" WOOD SCREWS (As many as necessary to plywood secure backboard) DEALER SUPPLIED 1.25" WOOD SCREWS (4 SCREWS PER \/.= PLYWOOD BACKBOARD THICK MINIMUM) BACK COVER 5.5 ft. (for six cabinets ) FLOOR Figure 3-5 Cabinet Mounting Surface Diagram (with Plywood Backboard) 3 -8 1996...

  • Page 83: Cabinet Cover Removal And Installation

    Loosen four screws to remove the top cover: TOP COVER (BASE CABINET ONLY) Note: not remove the top cover if the Base Cabinet is the top cabinet. Remove this screw to remove the front cover SIDE COVER to remove the side covers Loosen three screws remove front cover (right and left side covers)

  • Page 84: Cabinet Back Cover Mounting

    LOCATING Note: Locating Parts are factory installed. They are necessary for wall-mount installations only. They should be removed for floor-mount installations. - - I PLASTER BOARD WALL DEALER SUPPLIED 2 X 1.25" WOOD SCREWS (4 SCREWS PER CABINET) PLYWOOD BACKBOARD BACK COVER X 1.25"...

  • Page 85: Back Cover Mounting Holes

    MARKING HOLE BACK COVER Figure Back Cover Mounting Holes January 1996 3-1 1...

  • Page 86

    Figure 3-9 on Back Mounting Cabinet Cover January 1996...

  • Page 87: Left Side View Of Cabinet Interior

    IMPORTANT ! CABLE Data cable shield doors must be closed and secured at all. times during the system operation. LEFT SIDE BASE CABINET . CABLE GUARD DATA PCB CABLES CABLES EXPANSION CABINET FRONT DATA CABLE DOOR (Shown EXPANSION CABINET BONDING CONNECTION PLATES (Required for all wall mount TO MDF...

  • Page 88: Right Side View Of Cabinet Interior

    RIGHT SIDE AC POWER CABLES FRONT CONNECTION PLATES (Required all wall mounted expansion cabinets on both right and left sides) POWER STRIP (See Figure 4-20 for cabinet locations) TO AC OUTLET Figure 3-1 1 Right Side View of Cabinet Interior 3-1 4 1996 January...

  • Page 89

    PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD CABLES CABINET NO. Figure 3-1 2 View of Front Cabinet Interiors January 1996...

  • Page 90

    KNOCK OUT PLASTIC 25-PAIR CABLES RUN OUT OF CABINET(S) B. CABLES RUN OUT OF SIDE OF CABINET(S) C. CABLES RUN OUT 25-PAIR TO MDF Figure 3-1 3 Cabinet Floor Installation January 1996 3-1 6...

  • Page 91: Expansion Cabinet Installation Instructions, Cabinet Removal And Replacement

    7. After all data cables are installed, close data cable 3.4.2 Expansion Cabinet Installation doors and secure them with the locking screw. Instructions Install expansion cabinets (DKSUE280 or DKSUE424) IMPORTANT! the following procedure: Data cable door screws must be firmly tightened for proper system operation.

  • Page 92: Floor Mounting One Or Two Cabinets

    connect reserve power cable to the cabinet 8. Remove cabling from printed circuit boards (PCBs) installed in the cabinet and remove cabling (Figures 3-20 and 3-26). from the cabinet (Figures 3-12 and 3-13). 12. Reinstall covers on cabinets. Loosen the two right side screws securing the cabinet to the back cover and remove the cabinet Cabinet Mounting...

  • Page 93

    Note: Note: A s shown in the illustration, the two screws on The bottom cabinet can be the base cabinet each side cover and the three screws ’on the front cover (the bottom left screw must be completely removed) should only be loosened recommended, however, to put the base and the covers slid to the right for removal.

  • Page 94

    Note: both sides of the top cabinet, in addition to cabinet 3 (Figure 3-15). The bottom cabinet can be the base cabinet an expansion cabinet 10. Check to make sure the cabinets are parallel to the wall. Secure the floor fixtures attached to the recommended, however, to put the base bottom cabinet to the floor with the customer- cabinet on the bottom to facilitate cabinet...

  • Page 95

    TOP CABINET WALL SECURING BRACKETS (R WB F I A) (LEFT AND RIGHT SIDE) BACK (2) MOUNTING SCREWS PROVIDED WITH RFlF KIT SCREWS P ROVl DED Notes: 1. RFMFlA (2-EACH) AND SUPPLIED WITH THE FLOOR INSTALLATION KIT RFlF 2. UPPER AND THIRD CABINETS MUST BE FIXED TO THE WALL WITH RWBFs ON EACH SIDE (USE #12 X...

  • Page 96: Floor Mounting Cabinets, Methods 1 And 2 -

    RWBF FLOOR MOUNT METHOD 1 (each sjde) RWBF RWBF RWBF RWBF RWBF (each side) LEFT AND RIGHT SIDES CUSTOMER SUPPLIED ANCHOR BOLTS (each side) (each side) Note: RWBFIA (3-pairs) and RFMFIA (I-pair) are supplied with floor installation kit RFIF FLOOR MOUNTMETHOD 2 RWBF “...

  • Page 97

    Instructions floor mounting DK280 on concrete floor. 3-14. 2. Position the Base Cabinet at the selected installation location. 3. Using a marking pen or pencil, mark the floor where holes will be drilled. 4. Move the Base Cabinet prior to drilling. Note: Cover the Base Cabinet with a suitable drop cloth to prevent contamination of power equipment by dust created during drilling.

  • Page 98

    Instructions for floor mounting a DK280 on a wooden floor. 2. Position the Base Cabinet at the selected installation location. 3. Using a marking pen or pencil, mark the floor where holes will be drilled. 4. Move the Base Cabinet prior to drilling. Cover the Base Cabinet with a suitable drop cloth to prevent contamination Note: power equipment by dust created during drilling.

  • Page 99

    Instructions for floor mounting computer room floor. 1. Mount the DK280 base cabinet on Floor Mount Fixtures (RFMF) per Figure 3-14. 2. Position the base cabinet at the selected installation location. 3. Using a marking pen or pencil, mark the floor where holes will be drilled. 4.

  • Page 100: Cabinet Removal And Replacement-floor Mounted Systems, Grounding Requirements, Third Wire Ground Test

    3.5.3 Cabinet Removal and Replacement- Grounding Requirements Floor Mounted Systems The system requires a solid earth ground for proper Cabinet Removal operation and safety. Failure to provide ground may Use the following procedure to remove a cabinet from be a safety hazard or lead to confusing trouble a floor mounted system: (This procedure is written on symptoms and, in extreme cases, system failure.

  • Page 101: System Grounding Diagram

    ONEAC 6-AP 6-DP SOLID-STATE CAB 2 CAB 3 CAB 4 CAB 5 MOTHER BOARD INTER-CABINET DATACABLES AWG #6 MAXIMUM LENGTH: 60 FEET OR GROUND ROD PER GENERAL RULES OF ARTICLE 250 OF THE MOTHER BOARD NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODE, NFPA70 I NTE RCABl NET POWER SUPPLY GROUND WIRE THIRD WIRE GROUND TO...

  • Page 102: Frame Ground Test, Lntercabinet Ground

    A to B: 1 volt maximum 4. If the reading is zero volts, leave one probe on the ground terminal and move the other probe to the then second voltage terminal. A to B: 1 ohm maximum CAUTION! If a reading of zero volts is obtained on both 3.6.3 lntercabinet Ground voltage terminals (white wire to green wire, lntercabinet ground wires must be connected between...

  • Page 103: Wall-mounted Systems With Three Or More Cabinets, Floor-mounted Systems With Three Or More Cabinets

    RPSB power strip. Plug the power strip power 3.7.3 Floor-Mounted Systems with Three or cord into a wall outlet (see Figure 3-1 1). More Cabinets Note: UL specifies that floor mounted systems with three or Power Supply testing procedures are more cabinets require the installation of a Conduit provided in the Fault Finding section, which Connection Box (RCCBI) to connect AC power...

  • Page 104

    the system load. Typical reserve power duration estimates and battery specifications are provided in IMPORTANT ! Table 3-1. The cabinet(s) must be connected to fhe (iive) AC power source, and the power supply WARNING ! Some batteries can generate explosive gases. step of connecting the reserve power batteries Therefore, the power supply via the BATT+/-...

  • Page 105: Floor-mounted Systems With Three Or More Cabinets

    Plug the two RBTClA-2M battery cables into the The remaining steps in this procedure can be Battery Distribution Box. performed by the regular system installer. IMPORTANT! 3. Install the Battery Distribution Box on-the second cabinet (the cabinet directly above the bottom The cabinets must be connected to the (live) cabinet) (Figures 3-24 and 3-25).

  • Page 106

    EXPANSION CABINET OUTLET STRIP CABINET BONDING PLATE AC OUTLET WALL MOUNT (Two AC cords) WALL MOUNT (One AC cord) FLOOR MOUNT (Conduit) AC CABLE BATTERY CABLE RPSBI RPSBI RPSBI RPSBI RBDBI RBDBI RBDBI TWO AC ONE AC OUTLETS OUTLET (1 1.5 amp (11.5 amp max) max)

  • Page 107: Reserve Power / Ac Wiring For Three Or More Floor Mounted Cabinets

    (Maximum configuration: Cabinet 1 (top) Cabinet 6 (bottom) right-hand side view) RIGHT SIDE VIEW CABINET 1 R SUPPLY FRONT VIEW CABLES, ONE TO EACH POWER SUPPLY RPSB AC POWER STRIP NO. 2 (3 receptacles) (6-max) for cabinet (4-6) power supplies RCCB TO RBDB BATTERY RCCB to RBDB CABLE/CONNECTOR...

  • Page 108

    (Shown with cover on) LOOSEN TOP 2 COVER SCREWS TO REMOVE COVER RBDB (Battery SIDE Distribution Box) VIEW RIGHT SIDE VIEW REMOVE BOTTOM 2 COVER SCREWS TO REMOVE COVER BOTTOM CABINET (Shown CONDUIT BATTERY WIRES AC POWER (12-AWG minimum) WIRE 24 AMPS MAX (14-AWG minimum) AMPS MAX...

  • Page 109

    CONNECTOR OF POWER SUPPLY CABINET NO. 2 BATTERY BOX TWOPBTC OR RACK CABLES (INSTALL BATTERIES PER FIGURE 3-26) TWO JUMPER TO CONNECT BATTERIES IN SERIES 12 VOLT (Supplied With PBTC Cable) ’ - BLA C K I R ES TO DEDICATED AC OUTLET (See Important Note) 120V AC (1 1.5 Amps Max) TWO AC POWER CORDS FROM RPSU280...

  • Page 110

    LOOSEN 3 SIDE SCREWS TO REMOVE COVER TO REMOVE (Shown with cover off) RIGHT SIDE VIEW TOP MOUNTING HOLE BOTTOM CABINET (Wall mount installation) MOUNTING SECOND CABINET UP Batt (Shown with (Floor mount installation) MOUNTING HOLE BOTTOM MOUNTING SCREW Figure 3-24 Battery Distribution Box (RBDB) Installation 1996 3-36...

  • Page 111

    RIGHT SIDE VIEW TO “ B A T CONNECTOR RPSU 280 TOP CABINET TO ‘‘BAT” CONNECTOR RPSU 280 CABINET 2 TO “ B A T CONNECTOR RPSU 280 FRONT VIEW CABINET 3 TO “BATT” General Notes: CONNECTOR Six RBTCIA-1.5M cables are supplied with each RBDBIA RPSU 280 One ‘%,cable supplied with each RBTCIA-2M...

  • Page 112: Battery Wiring Diagram (two Or Four Batteries) Wall Mount Only, Typical Reserve Power Duration Estimate

    Table Typical Reserve Power Duration Estimate Number Cabinets 16.0 hr Estimated operation time 8.0 hr 3.7 hr 3.0 hr 2.5 hr Two-battery configuration Estimated operation time 32.0 hr 16.0 hr 10.0 hr 7.5 hr 6.0 hr 5.0 hr Four-battery configuration DC Current Drain (-24 VDC) 6.7 A 9.9 A...

  • Page 113

    M P O RTANT System Configuration can be complex and time consuming. For best results: Use the software program 280Quote to provide easg fast, automated configuration. This runs on an IBM compatible 486 PC, or higher, with a hard drive. If the above software is not available, use all the Worksheets in Chapter 1- Configuration.

  • Page 115: Pcb Installation Overview, Pcb Installation Considerations

    Printed Circuit Boards This chapter provides procedures for the installation of Strata DK280 system printed circuit boards (PCBs). It includes installation instructions, optional configuration CAUTION ! information, wiring, and programming considerations When handling (ins falling, removing, for each PCB. examining) PCBs, do not touch the back (soldered) side or edge connector.

  • Page 116: Pcb Option Considerations

    Note: the expansion cabinet. Like the universal slots in the base cabinet, these universal slots are capable of Telephones that provide handset OCA and hosting any of the station, line, and option interface RPCI-DI TAP1 mode features can ot7ly be PCBs (except RSlU which can only be installed in slot connected to PDKUl or 2 PCBs installed in 11).

  • Page 117

    3 or 4) for Auto Attendant (AA), Automatic Call Distribution (ACD), Management Information System (MIS) for ACD. ACD/MIS, Toshiba proprietary RS-232 and SMDl voice mail interfaces, and system Open Architecture interface (OA). ACD and attendant console requires the Release 2 or 3 (4-...

  • Page 118

    The combined RCTUCl/Dl PCBs (Release l ) , RCTUC and one RRCS on RCTUD). (Release 3). card There are two versions of RCTUC: RCTUCI RKYS-1 (Works with all RCTU processors to and RCTUC3. RCTUCI can be used with provide auto attendant.) RKYS-2 (Works with all processors except with RCTUD 1, 02 and 03.

  • Page 119

    Apply firm, even pressure to the RRCS to ensure with the following steps: proper mating the connectors. above BACKPLANE and above CONNECTOR TOSHIBA ONLY RCTU RCTU A, B, BB, or D (Soldered on RC port, Caller ACD calls Figure 4-3...

  • Page 120

    Control Installation 4.3.2 Common Procedures to 12 DTMF receiver circuits because an RRCS PCB can be installed on RCTUBA RCTU PCB Installation only and not on BB. The combined RCTUC/D common control unit can support up to 24 DTMF Install the RCTU common control unit in accordance receiver circuits.

  • Page 121

    Program 00, part 2-RCTU RAM test. 7. Connect the ribbon supplied ribbon cables between RCTU BA and BB and RSIU, if installed; Program 03 or, RCTU C and D and RSIU, if installed (see Figure 4-39). For RCTUA (1 or 3). Specify Code 91 (no RRCS), Note: 92 (four RRCS circuits), or 93 (eight RRCS circuits) 94 (12 RRCS circuits) for slot “00”...

  • Page 122

    Table 4-1 RCTUA and RCTUA3 Controls, Indicators, and Interface Connectors Type of Component Description 1 0-pin male connector DTMF Receiver Interface connector for optional DTMF Connector P2 Receiver subassembly (RRCS). Used in conjunction with P3, P4, and P5. DTMF Receiver 6-pin male connector Interface connector for optional DTMF Connector P3...

  • Page 123

    Table 4-2 Type Component Description DTMF Receiver Connector P2 1 0-pin male connector Interface connector for optional DTMF Receiver subassembly (RRCS). and P5. Used in conjunction with P3, 6-pin male connector DTMF Receiver Connector P3 Interface connector for optional DTMF Receiver subassembly (RRCS).

  • Page 124

    Table 4-3 RCTUC Controls, Indicators, and Interface Connectors Type of Component Description Connector and RCTUC Ribbon Cable Connector P2 Ribbon cable connector for connection to ribbon cable RCTUD. Used in conjunction with P2. DTMF Receiver Connector P3 Interface connector for ot3ional DTMF Receiver subassembly (RRCS).

  • Page 125

    Table 4-4 Type Component Description Connector for Connector for RCTUC ribbon cables. RCTUD ribbon cables Connector Used with Connector Connector for RCTUC ribbon cable. RCTUD Connector P9 ribbon cable Used with P l l . 6-pin male connector DTMF Receiver Interface connector for optional DTMF Connector Receiver subassembly (RRCS).

  • Page 126

    Table 4-5 Type Component Description DTMF Receiver Connector P2 1 0-pin male connector Interface connector for optional DTMF Receiver subassembly (RRCS). Used in coniunction with P3, P4, and P5. DTMF Receiver Connector P3 6-pin male connector Interface connector for optional Receiver subassembly (RRCS).

  • Page 127

    Table 4-6 Type of Component Description Connector for RCTUD Connector for RCTUC ribbon cables. ribbon cables Used with P2. Connector P2 Connector for Connector for RCTUC ribbon cable. RCTUD ribbon cable Used with P i 1. Connector P3 6-pin male connector Interface connector for optional DTMF DTMF Receiver Receiver subassembly (RRCS).

  • Page 128

    Table 4-7 Type of Component Description 10-pin male connector DTMF Receiver Connector P2 Interface connector for optional DTMF Receiver subassembly (RRCS). Used in conjunction with P3, P4, and P5. DTMF Receiver Connector P3 6-pin male connector Interface connector for optional DTMF Receiver subassembly (RRCS).

  • Page 129

    Table 4-8 RCTUBA Controls, Indicators, and Interface Connectors (Release 3) Description RCTUBA Ribbon Cable Connector P2 Connector and Ribbon cable connector for connection to ribbon cable RCTUBB. Used in conjunction with P2. DTMF Receiver Connector P3 10-pin male connector Interface connector for optional DTMF Receiver subassembly (RRCS).

  • Page 130

    Table 4-9 RCTUBB Controls, Indicators, and Interface Connectors (for Release 3) Type of Component Description Connector P2 Connector for Connector for RCTUBA ribbon cables. ribbon cables Used with Connector P3 Connector for Connector for RCTUBA and RSlU ribbon cable ribbon cable. Used with P l l . Heart Beat Indicator Red LED Flashes to indicate operation (1/4 second...

  • Page 131

    Table 4-1 0 Type Description Component Connector and Ribbon cable connector for connection to RCTUC Ribbon Cable Connector P2 RCTUD. Used in conjunction with P2. ribbon cable DTMF Receiver Connector P3 1 0-pin male connector Interface connector for optional DTMF Receiver subassembly (RRCS).

  • Page 132

    Table 4-1 1 Type of Component Description Connector for Connector for RCTUC ribbon cables. RCTUD Connector P2 ribbon cables Used with P2. Connector for Connector for RCTUC ribbon cable. RCTUD ribbon cable Used with P11. Connector P3 BATT Battery Jumper P9 3-terminal jumper Interface connector for on-board lithium battery that protects configuration data...

  • Page 133

    BACKPLANE CONNECTOR 50-PIN AMPHENOL CONNECTOR (FEMALE) Figure 4-1 5 PDKU Interface Connectors PDKUI does support continuous DTMF tones with DKT2000-series telephones; PDKU2 does Digital Telephone Interface Unit support continuous DTMF tones. (PDKU: Versions 1 & 2) Some of the devices that interface with the PDKU The PDKU provides eight ports (circuits) for digital telephones (with or without RPCI-DI, integrated data on the PCB.

  • Page 134

    Notes: There are no controls or indicators on the PDKU (Figure 4-15). can be skipped, and Program 91-1 or 91- 4.4.1 PDKU Hardware Options 9 can be run instead. 2. For RPCI-DI TAP1 mode only and configured for any option. Refer to Chapter 5-Station Handset OCA, code 61 can be used and Apparatus to connect digital telephones, DDCBs, and the PDKU can be in any universal cabinet...

  • Page 135

    Table 4-1 2 Controls, Indicators, and Interface Connectors PEKU Description Interface connector for optional Off-hook Call Announce subassembly connector Announce P10 (used in conjunction with P20, P40, P50, and P60l 1 0-pin connector Off-hook Call Interface connector for optional Off-hook Call Announce subassembly connector Announce P20 (used in conjunction with...

  • Page 136

    electronic telephone. Refer to Chapter 7-Wiring PEKU controls and interface connectors are shown in Diagrams for wiring/interconnecting details. Figure 4-1 6 and described in Table 4-1 2. Options 5. Refer to Section 5.2 of Chapter 5- Station 4.5.1 PEKU Hardware Apparatus for procedures to upgrade electronic The PEKU supports the following hardware options: telephones for Speaker OCA.

  • Page 137

    Specify Code 23 to indicate a PEKU configured Follow these steps to configure the PEKU to support a an HDSS console. separate BGM source. Specify Code 24 to indicate a PEKU conigured for 1. Remove the PCB from its protective packaging. Speaker OCA and an HDSS console.

  • Page 138: Common Control Units (rctua, Rctub, Rctubnbb, Rctuc/d)

    130V P-P W1 jumper, like the PSTUl and PSTU2 do. In its standard configuration, the RSTU provides an 80-volt sine wave ring generator. An optional R48S unit can be connected to the RSTU to increase the loop voltage from -24V to -48V, extending the loop length (including the resistance of the phones) from 600 ohms to 1200 ohms.

  • Page 139

    Type Component Description Three-terminal Jumper Ring Voltage W1 Jumper Sets ring generator voltage level for all circuits. H 130V P-P. 10-pin Connector Interface connector to P6 of R48S. 6-pin Connector Interface connector to P7 of R48S. BACKPLANE CONNECTOR H = 19OV P-P SSTU SUBUNIT (FOR PSTU ( V.4 )

  • Page 140

    RSTU or PSTU outward. If the connectors are properly mated, a light resistance will be felt. Interface Unit (RDSU) 4.6.3 RSTU, RSTU2, and PSTU Wiring The RDSU in its basic configuration provides two standard telephone ports (Circuits 1 and 2) and four Refer to Chapter -/-Wiring Diagrams for PSTU and digital telephone ports (Circuits 5...

  • Page 141

    Table 4-1 4 RDSU Controls, Indicators, and Interface Connectors Type Component Description RSTS Connector P2/P3 10-pin Connector Connector for RSTS subassembly that provides two standard telephone circuits. RSTS Connector P4/P5 0-pin Connector Connector for RSTS subassembly that provides two standard telephone circuits. 8-pin Connector Interface connector for R48S.

  • Page 142: Pdku Programming Overview

    Ensure the SSTU subunit and optional standard telephone loop voltage from -24V subassemblies are securely attached to the RDSU extending the standard telephone circuit loop length (Figure 4-21). (including the resistance of the phone) from 600 ohms to 1200 ohms. The features provided by the R48S 4.

  • Page 143

    CUT W7 ONLY IF BGM CONNECTED TO /PORT 07, CIRCUIT 8 OPTIONAL EOCU, EQUIP FOR OCA FEATURE CUT W9 FOR DOOR PHONE OPTION (HDCB ON CIRCUIT 5) ESTS 50-PIN CONNECTOR (FEMALE) BACKPLANE CONNECTOR PESU ESTS: STANDARD TELEPHONE INTERFACE, ALWAYS EQUIPPED L = LOW LEVEL P-P) FROM FACTORY...

  • Page 144

    OCA upgrade (HVSU2 or HVSU/HVSI) t o electronic telephones. are each assigned a port in system programming. Note: External Options For the system to recognize the DTMF tones Note: generated by a standard telephone (or any Refer to Chapter 5-Station Apparatus to other device connected to a standard connect electronic telephones (including the telephone port), a DTMF receiver unit...

  • Page 145

    TO HVSU telephone base (Figure 5-1), and remove the CONNECTOR (P2) base. ON MAIN PCB INSIDE 2. Depending on the telephone, refer to Figure 5-7, TELEPHONE 5-8, or 5-9 and locate the ex,pow straps, W101 and W102. Cut these straps. 3.

  • Page 146

    (Figure 5-1 5). This switch is either the V.4 HHEUI or the HHEU2, 3. A Toshiba HESC-65 or HESC-65A cable because the operation is automatic with these is required to connect the HHEU in an subassemblies.

  • Page 147

    Table 4-1 5 PESU Controls, Indicators, and Interface Connectors Description (Figure 4-22) 1 O-pin connector Interface connector for optional Off-hook Off-hook Call Announce P I 0 Call Announce subassembly connector (used in conjunction with P20, P40, P50, and P60). O-pin connector Interface connector for optional Off-hook Off-hook Call Announce P20 Call Announce subassembly...

  • Page 148: Peku Programming Overview

    RCOU line can be programmed for DTMF or dial pulse 4.8.3 PESU Wiring signaling. Each RCOU/RCOS circuit has gas tube Refer to Chapter 7-Wiring Diagrams for PESU secondary protection. RCOU controls, indicators, and interface connectors PESU Programming Overview 4.8.4 are shown in Figure 4-23 and described in Table RCOS controls, indicators, and interface 4-1 6.

  • Page 865

    Index 24 channel RDTU slot configuration, 1-26, 1-47, amplifier requirements, 6-28 11-2, 1000-series digital telephone strap and connector digit format, 9-1 4 locations, 5-7 line routing assignments, 10-104 tie line assignment, 10-1 04-1 0-1 17 2000-series digital telephone installation, 5-5 receive line option, 9-14 6500-series telephones handset receiver volume-up announcement device block diagram, 6-64...

  • Page 866

    CO line and tie-line ring transfer recall time, 10-67 automatic preference, 9-23, 10-56-1 0-57 ring tone over handsevheadset option, 5-1 0 catastrophic faults, 12-8 back cover mounting holes, 3-1 1 central office line (see CO line) base cabinet, 3-6 basic system records, 9-2 class 1-5 toll restriction, 9-46 battery class 6-8 toll restriction, 9-47...

  • Page 867: Direct Inward Dialing Line Interface Unit (rddu)

    assignments, 9-4, 10-75-1 0-76 hunting, 10-59 data communications installation example block diagram, 6-43 display dialed number timing, 9-7 data interface unit installation, 6-37 distributed hunt group, 6-37, 9-23, 9-26-9-27, 9-29, 9-32, 9-36-9-38, 10-20, 10-29, 10-54, 10-81 -1 0-82, configuration, 10-41 10-1 49-1 0-1 51 data security groups, 9-15 DID extension number translations, 10-29...

  • Page 868

    concrete floor, 3-23 wooden floor, 3-24 E & M tie line unit (PEMWREMU), 4-40 hardware, 1-3 interface leads (signals), 6-39 floor mounting cabinets, 3-22 floor or wall-mounted systems, 3-28, 3-30 electronic telephone floor-mounted systems, 3-1 8, 3-29, 3-31 cable continuity check using voltmeter, 12-6 interface unit (PEKU), 4-20, 5-2 flowchart HHEU installation, 5-13...

  • Page 869

    parameters, 9-47, 9-49, 10-1 87 for digital telephones, 5-9 route definitons, 9-48, 10-203 for electronic telephones, 5-1 3 schedule assignments, 9-48, 9-52, 10-1.97-1 0- loud ringing bell/headset upgrade, 5-6, 5-1 2 hold recall timing, 9-24, 10-62 special codes, 9-47, 9-49, 10-1 88 station group assignments, 9-48, 10-206-1 0-207 5-12 toll restriction bypass, 9-44, 10-1 74-1 0-1 75...

  • Page 870

    6-52 open architecture, 4-3-4-4, 4-58,4-62, 6-67, 6-70, 9- printer installation, 6-42 34, 9-36, 10-1 44 operation after CO line flash, 9-1 2 Toshiba printer, RS-232 connector/cable connections, 6-46 option interface PCB, 1-2, 4-1 -4-2, 6-1 2, 7-2 PDKU...

  • Page 871

    hardware options, 4-20 BGM, 6-24 installation procedures, 4-20 controls, indicators, and interface connectors, 4-48-4-49 interface connectors, 4-1 9 door lock relay options, 6-9 MDF wiring for DDSS console, 7-1, 7-26 hardware options, 4-50 programming overview, 4-20, 4-28 installation of multiple, 6-67 installation procedures, 4-50 wiring, 4-20 interface PCB options, 1-8...

  • Page 872

    10-2, 4-23, 4-26, 4-52-4-53, 4-55, 6-8, 6-23, 6-28, 6-36-6-37, 6-70, 9-6-9-7, 9-1 0, 9-1 2, 10-36, 1 1-7 9-1 4, 9-1 8, 9-22, 9-24, 10-31 11-7 10-3, 4-26, 4-57, 6-28, 6-37, 6-65, 6-70, 9-8-9-1 0, 9-1 7, 10-32 12, 4-7, 6-32, 9-10, 9-11, 10-33 13, 6-37, 6-70, 9-1 1, 10-34, 13-1 1, 13-25 15, 4-35, 4-42, 4-44, 4-48, 5-20, 6-65, 8-3, 9-6, 9-1 1-9-1 2, 9-34, 10-35, 1 1-7...

  • Page 873

    45-2, 90, 4-7, 8-1, 8-12, 9-1-9-2, 10-2, 13-1 6, 13-1 9, 9-43, 9-46, 10-1 69-1 0-1 70 45-3 91-1, 8-1 1, 9-2, 10-3, 10-1 1 6, 9-40, 9-43, 9-44, 10-1 7 1 9-44, 10-1 72 91-2, 9-2, 10-4 46-2 10-1 91-9, 8-10, 9-1, 10-1, 10-11 9-45, 76-1...

  • Page 874: Slot Placement

    11-16 printed circuit board, 11-8 programming overview, 4-48 and 2), 4-9 required cables/connectors, 1 1-4 self test, 11 -1, 11 -1 1 and 2), 4-12 slot assignments, 1 1-3, 4-61 RCTUBA controls, indicators, interface connectors slot placement, 4-3 RCTUBB controls, indicators, interface connectors T I performance monitoring, 1 1-1 3 wiring, 4-46 RCTUC controls, indicators, interface connectors, 4-...

  • Page 875

    data output options, 10-97 faults, 12-1 3 RRCS, hardware requirements, 6-32 33, 6-36-6-37, 6-62-6-65, 9-2, 9-5, 9-1 0-9-1 2, 9- 17, 9-19, 9-39, 9-48, 11-4, 11-7, 12-2-12-3, printout examples, 6-29-6-31 39, 6-41 -6-42, 6-44-6-47, 6-49-6-50, 6-52, 6-58, 6- 67-6-70, 7-2, 7-42, 9-8-9-9, 9-1 5-9-1 6, 9-23, 9- software check, 8-1, 8-1 3-8-1 4, 9-2, 10-6, 13-1 6, 13- 34-9-35, 10-1 1, 10-58, 13-4-1 3-6, RSIS, 1-2, 4-52, 4-58-4-60, 4-62, 6-28, 6-32-6-33, 6-...

  • Page 876

    9-40 system assignments, 9-5-9-6, 9-8, 9-1 0, 10-30-1 0-33, Toshiba VP voice messaging system, 6-34, 9-21 13-2, 13-1 1 tone first/voice first signaling, 9-6, 9-8 capacity and hardware description, 1-1 total system power factors, 1-33, 1-53...

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