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Hardware Manual A50-031693-003 NA ISSUE 1.0 September 2011...
NEC Corporation has prepared this document for use by its employees and customers. The informa- tion contained herein is the property of NEC Corporation and shall not be reproduced without prior written approval of NEC Corporation. Copyright 2011...
TABLE OF CONTENTS Regulatory Chapter 1 Introduction Section 1 GENERAL INFORMATION ............ 1-1 Section 2 EQUIPMENT LIST ..............1-2 2.1 KSUs and Optional Unit ..............1-3 2.1.1 IP4[ ]-1228M-B KSU ..............1-3 2.1.2 IP4[ ]-1228ME-B EXP ............... 1-3 2.1.3 IP4WW-EXIFB-C1 ..............1-4 2.1.4 IP4WW-Battery Box ..............
TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.4.1 General ................2-7 1.4.2 Unpacking (EXIFB-C1) .............. 2-7 1.4.3 Connectors Location (EXIFB-C1) ..........2-8 1.4.4 Installing the EXIFB-C1 PCB ............2-8 1.4.5 KSUs Inter-connection .............2-10 1.5 Grounding and AC Cabling ............2-12 1.5.1 Grounding the KSU ..............2-12 1.5.2 AC Power Requirement ............2-12 1.5.3 AC Power Cord ..............2-13 1.6 Trunk/Extension Cabling...
TABLE OF CONTENTS 5.1 Installing the Multiline Telephones ........... 2-57 5.1.1 Location of Controls ..............2-57 5.1.2 Multiline Telephone Legs Adjustment ..........2-58 5.1.3 Wall-Mounting the Multiline Telephone ...........2-60 5.2 Install the IP Multiline Telephone (IP4WW-24TIXH-C1 TEL) ....2-62 5.2.1 System Connection ..............2-62 5.2.2 Installing the IP Multiline Telephone ..........2-62 5.2.3 Applying Power to the IP Multiline Telephone ........2-62 5.3 Installing the DSS Console...
TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.2.1 Perform a Cold Start ..............3-2 1.2.2 Perform a Hot Start ..............3-3 Section 2 PROGRAMMING MODE ............3-4 2.1 Entering the Programming Mode ............3-4 2.2 Exiting the Programming Mode ............3-4 2.3 Saving (Backup) the Customer Data ..........
The telephone company may make changes in its technical operations and procedures. When such changes affect the compatibility or use of the SL1100 system, the telephone company is required to give adequate notice of the changes in order for you to maintain uninterrupted service.
The consumer/purchaser/supplier instructions accompanying this equipment and/or software features must contain the following notice: • The software contained in the SL1100 to allow user access to the network must be upgraded to recognize newly established network area codes and exchange codes as they are placed into service.
AC power sources. This has been identified as a major nationwide problem. HEARING AID COMPATIBILITY NEC Multiline Terminals and NEC Single Line Telephones that are provided for this system are hearing aid compatible. The manufacturer of other Single Line Telephones for use with the system must provide notice of hearing aid compatibility to comply with FCC rules that now prohibit the use of non-hearing aid compatible telephones.
When equipped with the 1228M/ME-B KSU, the SL1100 can be operated as a Class B device. SAFETY INFORMATION This equipment has been certified by CSA International and found to comply with all Applicable safety requirements: •...
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 BATTERY DISPOSAL The SL1100 system includes the batteries listed below. When disposing of these batteries, KSU, and/or Unit, you must comply with applicable federal and state regulations regarding proper disposal procedures. Unit Name Type of Battery Quantity...
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 Declaration of conformity Hereby, NEC Unified Solutions, declares that the SL1100 is in compliance with the essential require- ments and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. For the Declaration of Conformity, visit: http://www.nec-unified.com/doc Electromagnetic Compatibility For the SL1100 system the following warning is applicable: Warning This is a class A product.
This product uses Lithium batteries. Do not use any other type. For an overview of the location of batteries used in these systems, the battery replacement or removal instructions, please refer to the SL1100 System Hardware Manual. Hardware Manual...
Two more expansion KSUs provide a maximum of 36 analog trunks and 72 Multiline terminals. The SL1100 is also equipped to support Digital Network (PRI, T1) and IP Trunks (SIP) or IP extensions. Also, the SL1100 initially bundles Voice Mail and MEMDB.
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 2.2 Trunk/Extension/ISDN Expansion Interface Cards 2.2.1 IP4WW-080E-B1 The 080E card is installed in the 1228M KSU or 1228ME EXP and provides a total of eight digital ports. The analog trunk daughter board (4COIDB) can be mounted on this card.
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 2.3 Optional Interface Cards 2.3.1 IP4WW-VOIPDB-C1 The VOIPDB-C1 card provides the RTP/RTCP voice processing function. • Mount this card onto the CPU card (VoIPDB slot) at Main KSU. • Max. 32 channels by license control. 2.3.2 IP4WW-CFVMS-C1/IP4WW-CFVML-C1 Two types of VRS/VM CF cards are available: •...
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 2.4.3 IP4[ ]-24TIXH-C TEL The 24TIXH-C TEL is an IP multiline telephone featuring: • Programmable keys: 24 • Soft Keys: 4 • LCD: 24 digits x 3 lines with Backlit • Handsfree: Full-duplex • Interface: 2 x RJ45 Ethernet Ports (10Base-T/100Base-TX) for LAN and PC •...
2.5 Wireless DECT Telephones 2.5.1 DTL-8R-1 Cordless DECT Telephone DTL-8R-1 is a single-cell cordless DECT telephone that is adapted for digital NEC SL1100 system. It is designed for use in the office environment. The following are included with the DTL-8R-1 Cordless DECT Telephone.
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 3.2.2 Expandability of Trunk and Extension (with PRI) (Trunk) Max 2PRI in three KSUs. 1228ME EXP exp. KSU) 1228ME EXP exp. KSU) 1228M KSU (Extension) Detail of PRI installed KSU Example 1: 084M + 4Trk, 8Ext + 4Trk, PRI x 1 opt.
Installation 1 INSTALLING THE MAIN & EXPANSION KSU ECTION 1.1 Before Installing the KSU(s) 1.1.1 General Precautions • To avoid shock or equipment damage, do not plug in or turn the system power on before completing the installation process. • Avoid working with the Equipment during electrical storms. •...
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 • In areas near high-frequency machines or electric welders. • Near computers, telexes, microwaves, air conditioners, etc. • Near radio antennas (including shortwave). 1.1.5 Unpacking Unpack the KSU and check it against the following list. Inspect for physical damage.
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 Item Description Ethernet Cable Connection (for SMDR (PC, Printer), PCPro or WebPro….etc) Pin No. Connection J3 (RJ45) 8 765 4321 For the detail of LED (D1 - D5), refer to Figure 4-17 Inserting the CF Card on page 4-10 Table 4-2 CPU LED Indications on page 4-12.
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 1.3.2 Wall Installation of KSU The Main KSU (1228M-B) and Expansion KSU(s) (1228ME-B) be mounted on the wall. Before installing, ensure the appropriate spacing exists as shown below. In case of horizontal arrangement, refer to Mounting one KSU on the Battery Box on page 2-30 for mounting on the IP4WW-Battery Box.
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 Ceiling Minimum 200 mm (7.874″) for ventilation Minimum Minimum Minimum Minimum 300 mm 100 mm 100 mm 300 mm (11.811″) (3.937″) (3.937″) (11.811″) Wall Main KSU EXP. KSU EXP. KSU Minimum 200 mm (7.874″) for ventilation Floor...
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 2.5 mm (0.098″) - 285 mm (11.221″) 3.5 mm (0.138″) 180 mm (7.087″) 285 mm (11.221″) Figure 2-6 Screw Positions • Wall-Mounting Screws (M4.1x 25: 4 pcs) are attached to the KSU. • The screw diameter is 4 mm (0.158″) to 4.5 mm (0.177″).
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 • The Sub-Cover can be opened and held in the open position. Push to hold Open Figure 2-9 Sub-Cover Open Position 5. Align the four holes on the back of the KSU with the four screws installed in the wall.
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 Main-Cover Two screws Hooks Figure 2-13 Removing the Main-Cover 4. Press tab A and lift the CPU support bracket. EXIFB-C1 PCB CPU support CPU support 084M-B1 at 1228M KSU Figure 2-14 EXIFB-C1 PCB Installation 5. Insert the EXIFB-C1 PCB into the J1 connector on the 084M-B1 at 1228M-B KSU.
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 Main-Cover Two screws Hooks Figure 2-16 Replacing the Main-Cover 1.4.5 KSUs Inter-connection 1. Connect the Main KSU (1228M-B) and Expansion KSU (1228ME-B) using the cables attached to the Expansion KSU. The cable must pass two times (two rounds) through the Ferrite Core refer to Figure 2-17 Connection of KSUs on the next page.
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 1.5 Grounding and AC Cabling The ETH (Earth Ground Lug) is located near the power supply on each KSU. The Sub-Cover must be opened in order to access to it. 1.5.1 Grounding the KSU Ensure all Main and Expansion KSU(s) are powered off and unplug the AC cord.
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 110VAC 120VAC 220VAC 230VAC 240VAC Ground Requirement No.14 AWG Copper Wire Feeding Voltage SLT: 20 mA/ -27 V AC Input I Main KSU = Main KSU = Main KSU = Main KSU = Main KSU = 1.16 A 1.08 A...
• Aerial distribution wiring is not allowed. • Trunks must be installed with lightning protectors. • Do not install the DSX Terminal in the SL1100 system, it does not work properly. 1.6.3 Trunk Cabling Trunk cabling is required for the 4COIDB or 1PRIU PCBs.
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 Table 2-6 RJ61 Cable Connector Pin-Outs (J101-J103) Pin No. ESI 1-4 (J101), ESI 5-8 (J102): SLI 9-12/DPH 1-2 (J103): Analog 2-Wire Digital Extension Port Extension Port Connector Connector (RJ-61) (RJ-61) T4 (Tip for port 4) T4 (Tip for port 4)
• Each KSU must have own IP4WW-Battery Box. To avoid damage to equipment, do not install the Topaz Battery Box (DX2E- 32i/NX7E Battery Box) to the SL1100 system. 2.2 Unpacking Unpack the IP4WW-Battery Box and check it against the following list. Inspect for physical damage.
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 2.3 Battery Box Dimensions 230 mm (9.055″) 340 mm (13.386″) 500 mm (19.685″) Figure 2-25 Dimension of the IP4WW-Battery Box 2.4 Battery Specifications Table 2-8 Battery Specifications Item Data Capacity 12 V, 7.0 Am/H or equivalent (Voltage must be 12 V) Recommended Battery GS Yuasa NP7-12 (151 x 65 x 97.5 mm / 2.7 kg)
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 Two screws (with stopper) Front Cover Figure 2-26 Removing the Front Cover 2. Disconnect the Battery Connection Cable from the Fuse Unit if the cable is plugged already. Battery Connection Cable Fuse Unit Figure 2-27 Disconnect Battery Connection Cable 3.
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 Batt Stopper Screw Figure 2-28 Batt Stopper 4. Pull out the Battery tray. Battery tray Figure 2-29 Pulling out the Battery Tray 5. Loosen two screws and remove the Battery tray cover. 6. Remove two screws and remove the Battery tray bracket.
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 Two screws (with stopper) Battery tray cover Two screws (M3 X 8) Battery tray bracket Figure 2-30 Remove the Battery Tray Bracket 7. Install two batteries into the Battery tray. Two screws Battery tray bracket (M3 X 8)
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 Battery Connection Cable (black) Terminal Terminal (black) (black) Battery Connection Cable (red) Terminal Terminal (red) (red) Battery Connection Cable (blue) Two batteries < Front View > Figure 2-32 Connecting the Battery Cables Incorrect installation of batteries may damage the Fuse Unit or cause possible fire.
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 Battery tray Figure 2-34 Inserting the Battery Tray 12. Set the Batt Stopper bracket in place and secure with screw. Batt Stopper Screw Figure 2-35 Secure Batt Stopper Bracket 13. Plug the Battery Connection Cable into the Fuse unit.
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 Battery Connection Cable Fuse unit Figure 2-36 Connecting the Battery Connection Cable 14. Align tabs a to f to holes A to F on Battery Box. Slide the Front cover and tighten the two screws. Front cover...
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 FM/WM Base-R WM Support FM/WM Base-F Figure 2-38 Bases and Support of the Battery Box 2. Refer to Figure 2-39 Floor-Mount Spacing Guide on this page for required spacing before drilling holes for 10 mm (0.394″) anchor bolts (locally procured).
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 IP4WW-Battery Box Hooks FM/WM Base Hooks Figure 2-40 Mounting the Battery Box 5. Using four supplied screws, secure the IP4WW-Battery Box to the FM/WM Base. IP4WW-Battery Box Two Screws (M4 X 8) FM/WM Base Two Screws (M4 X 8) Figure 2-41 Securing the Battery Box 2.6.2 Wall-Mounting the IP4WW-Battery Box...
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 1. Using four supplied screws, secure the WM Support to the FM/WM Base-F and Base-R. Four Screws (M4 X 8) WM Support FM/WM Base-R FM/WM Base-F Figure 2-42 Assemble Battery Box Base 2. Refer to Figure 2-43 Wall-Mount Spacing Guide on the next page for required spacing before drilling holes for 10 mm anchor bolts (locally procured).
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 Wall Front side Anchor bolt location AC inlet side Anchor bolt location Four Anchor bolts M10 mm (0.394!) : Maintenance space Figure 2-43 Wall-Mount Spacing Guide 4. Loosen two screws and remove the Front Cover. 2-28 Installation...
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 Two screws (with stopper) Front Cover Figure 2-44 Removing the Front Cover 5. Using the four hooks on the FM/WM Base mount the IP4WW-Battery Box to the Base. Square hole Hooks IP4WW-Battery Box Hooks Figure 2-45 Mounting the Battery Box 6.
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 Two screw holes (Use either one) < Front view> Figure 2-46 Securing the Battery Box 2.6.3 Mounting One KSU on the Battery Box Before wall-mounting or floor-mounting the IP4WW-Battery Box, a single KSU can be mounted on the Battery Box.
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 L-Bracket Two screws (M4 X 8) Figure 2-48 Removing the L-Bracket 3. Turn the L-Bracket upside down. Rotate the L-Bracket 180 degrees so that the upper FACE as shown in Figure 2-48 Removing the L-Bracket on this page...
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 Anchor Bolts WM Hook Two screws (M4 X 8) L-Bracket Two screws (M4 X 8) Figure 2-49 Securing the L-Bracket and WM Hook 7. Install four screws into the L-Bracket (Do not tighten). A space of 2.5 mm (0.098″) to 3.5 mm (0.138″) for KSU mounting is required.
2.7 IP4WW-Battery Box to KSU Connection To avoid damage to equipment, do not install the Topaz Battery Box (DX2E- 32i/NX7E Battery Box) to the SL1100 system. • Make sure the system power is off. • If Expansion KSU(s) are installed, turn the power on/off in the order of Expan- sion 2 KSU, Expansion 1 KSU and then Main KSU.
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 Plastic Knockout Sub-Cover Battery cable Figure 2-53 Connecting Battery Cable 4. Connect Battery cable from the Battery box to Battery connector on the KSU. 2.8 IP4WW-Battery Box Fuse Replacement • In the event of a blown fuse correct the fault causing the fuse to blow before replacing the fuse;...
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 Battery Connection Cable Fuse Unit Figure 2-55 Disconnecting the Battery Connection Cable 4. Loosen the screw from the Fuse Unit. Fuse Unit Screw Figure 2-56 Loosen the Fuse Unit Screw 5. Slide Fuse Unit out of the Battery box.
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 Fuse Unit Fuse Unit guide Figure 2-58 Install the Fuse Unit 8. Secure the Fuse Unit by tightening the screw. Fuse Unit Screw Figure 2-59 Securing the Fuse Unit 9. Reconnect the Battery Connection Cable to the Fuse Unit.
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 3 INSTALLING THE EXPANSION INTERFACE CARDS ECTION 3.1 General Up to two expansion interface cards can be installed per KSU. Table 2-9 Expansion Cards Expansion Interface Card Description Note IP4WW-080E-B1 8 digital extensions card IP4WW-008E-B1 8 analog extensions card...
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 3.3 Mounting the Expansion Interface Card DO NOT POWER ON until all installation has been completed. Fit the optional 4COIDB-B1 daughter boards before installing the 084M-B1/080E-B1/008E-B1 PCBs. 3.3.1 Mounting the 080E-B1/008E-B1/1PRIU-C1 PCBs The procedure for mounting the expansion interface cards is as follows;...
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 secure the 1st PCB on the top of the 080E/008E/1PRIU. Expansion Interface Card Screws (1st PCB) Screw position 1st EXP. Both sides are the same. Nylon-Spacers Metal-Spacers Figure 2-64 Mounting the 1st Expansion Interface Card 5. In case a 2nd PCB is mounted, insert two Nylon-spacers into the specified holes, and fasten two Metal-spacers into the specified holes.
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 Fasten two screws to secure the 2nd PCB to the top of the 080E/008E/1PRIU. Screws Expansion Interface Card (2nd PCB) Screw position 2nd EXP. Nylon-Spacers Both sides are the same. Expansion Interface Card (1st PCB) Metal-Spacers Figure 2-65 Mounting the 2nd Expansion Interface Card 6.
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 3.3.2 Mounting the 4COIDB PCB 1. Cut and remove specified Plastic Knockouts on the 084M-B1/080E-B1/008E-B1 PCB. Plastic Knockout 084M-B1 Plastic Knockout 080E-B1/008E-B1 Figure 2-69 Plastic Knockouts on 084M-B1/080E-B1/008E-B1 2. Insert two Nylon-spacers into the specified holes. Using supplied screw, fasten Metal Spacer to 4COIDB-B1 PCB.
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 Screws 084M-B1/080E-B1/008E-B1 PCB and 4COIDB-B1 PCB Nylon- Spacers Metal-Spacers Figure 2-71 Mounting the 4COIDB-B1 into the KSU 6. Replace the Main-Cover and fasten two screws. Main-Cover Two screws Hooks Figure 2-72 Replacing the Main-Cover 3.4 Cabling and Setting the Expansion Interface Card Precautions for Cabling •...
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 • Do not install the DSX Terminal in the SL1100 system, it does not work properly. 3.4.1 Cabling IP4WW-080E-B1 This IP4WW-080E-B1 PCB provides two RJ-61 connections for digital extensions. Before plugging in the Multiline Telephone, DSS Console, Single line Telephone or Doorphone, ensure all Main and Expansion KSUs are powered off.
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 22.214.171.124 Connectors The following table shows the pin-outs for the RJ-61 cable connector for Digital extension connections. Table 2-11 RJ-61 Digital Connector Pin-Outs (J101, J102) Pin No. ESI 1-4 (J101), ESI 5-8 (J102): 2-Wire Digital Extension Port Connector (RJ-61)
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 J102 J101 SLI 5-8 SLI 1-4 Port 1 Port 2 Port 3 Port 4 T : Tip Modular Cable R : Ring (2-wire, Straight) Figure 2-74 Connectors of 008E-B1 While an Analog Telephone (port) is ringing or MW-lamp is flashing on an Analog Phone (port), do not disconnect the phone from the port and or connect another type of the terminal to this port.
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 3.4.3 Cabling and Setting IP4WW-4COIDB-B1 This IP4WW-4COIDB-B1 PCB provides two RJ-61 connections for CO lines (J2) and PFT TEL (J3). CO1-4 2-Core Cable (Non polarity) 5 T1 Analog trunk 1 4 R1 3 T2 Analog trunk 2...
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 3.4.4 Cabling and Setting IP4WW-1PRIU-C1 This IP4WW-1PRIU-C1 PCB provides one RJ-45 PRI connection. PRI 1 PRI/T1 Line Figure 2-76 Connector of 1PRIU-C1 126.96.36.199 Connector Following table shows the pin-outs for the RJ-45 cable connector for S-Bus and T-Bus RJ-45 connec- tions.
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 3. Assign whether the unit works as PRI/T1 by PRG10-51-01. With normal operation, D4 LED flashes green. IP4WW-1PRIU-C1 1.5M 2M 1.5M J8/9 D3 D4 PRI 1 (Red) (Green) Figure 2-77 Switches and LEDs Location of 1PRIU-C1 188.8.131.52 LED Indication LED indications for the IP4WW-1PRIU-C1 are listed in following table.
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 LED Indication Operation Status Remarks Live LED (D4) Busy LED (D3) (Green) (Red) Unit Busy A Channel is busy (use another from Ch1 - Chx) All channels are Idle. Flash 80ms Downloading firmware (On/Off) x3/ 400ms Off T1 Alarm Mode Refer to following figure for LED pattern information.
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 4 INSTALLING THE OPTIONAL INTERFACE CARDS ECTION 4.1 VoIP Card (VOIPDB-C1) 4.1.1 General The IP4WW-VOIPDB-C1 daughter board is used to convert the RTP (Real Time Transfer Protocol) packets via the IP Network and PCM highway. The daughter board is installed on the CPU card.
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 Main-Cover Two screws Hooks Figure 2-80 Removing the Main-Cover 4. Press tab A and lift the CPU support bracket. Remove the CPU card. CPU card CPU support 084M-B1 at 1228M KSU Figure 2-81 Removing the CPU Card 5.
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 6. Reinstall the CPU card into the 084M-B1 mother board, and close the CPU Support making sure tab A locks into place. CPU card CPU support 084M-B1 at 1228M KSU Figure 2-83 Installing the CPU Card 7. Cut and remove the Plastic Knockout for VoIP connector, then replace the Main-Cover and fasten two screws.
Figure 2-85 Connecting a LAN Cable 9. Refer to the SL1100 Programming Manual for detailed programming instructions. The VoIP feature requires system configuration. For the details of setting and operation, refer to the SL1100 Features & Specifications Manual (separate issue). 4.1.4 LED Indication...
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 Function LED Status Operation status LINK100 100Base-TX link speed indicator. On Red Lights up when 100Base-TX link up. LINK10 10Base-TX link speed indicator. On Red Lights up when 10Base-T link up. Table 2-20 Operation of VOIPDB LED Indications...
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 5 INSTALLING THE MULTILINE TELEPHONES AND ECTION OPTIONAL TERMINALS 5.1 Installing the Multiline Telephones There are three types of Multiline Telephones available in the SL1100 system. • IP4WW-12TXH-B-TEL • IP4WW-24TXH-B-TEL • IP4WW-24TIXH-C-TEL (IP) 5.1.1 Location of Controls Handset...
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 Functions 12TXH 24TXH 24TIXH Connected to Digital Extension Port Ethernet Port on the Network Headset Port Power Feeding AC Adapter (DC27 V,1 A) or PoE (IEEE802.3af) 5.1.2 Multiline Telephone Legs Adjustment The Multiline Telephone provides adjustable legs for angling the phone to best suit each user. The leg can be set for two different heights (Low/High).
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 Leg Stopper Figure 2-91 Setting for High Position 3. Adjust the leg to desired height. < High position > Figure 2-92 Leg Setting for High Position 4. Lead the Line and Handset cords through the applicable grooves.
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 5.1.3 Wall-Mounting the Multiline Telephone 1. Arrange the cables and put down the leg as shown below. Handset cord Telephone line cord < Bottom view> Figure 2-93 Cabling for Wall-Mount For IP4WW-24TIXH-C only: When wall-mounting the IP4WW-24TIXH-C, attach the IP4WW-WALL MOUNT UNIT to the bottom panel as shown.
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 Hook-switch hanger Hook-switch hanger Figure 2-95 Hook-Switch Hanger 3. Install two screws into a wall. The screw heads must be remained about 3 mm (0.12″). 3 - 4 mm 1 - 3 mm (0.12″ - 0.16″) (0.04″ - 0.12″) 83.5 mm...
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 5.2 Install the IP Multiline Telephone (IP4WW-24TIXH-C1 TEL) 5.2.1 System Connection The IP Multiline Telephone is connected via HUB. IP Multiline Telephone LAN Cable Exit Help (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX) Flash Transfer Mute PQRS WXYZ Clear/Back Speaker Hold Ferrite Core...
The 60D DSS-B Console can be installed on any digital extension port of each 084M-B1/080E-B1 card directly. The pair extension for the DSS Console is assigned using system programming. For the settings, refer to the SL1100 Features & Specifications Manual. 5.3.1 DSS Console Leg Adjustment The DSS Console provides the leg for angling the console to best suit each user.
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 Leg Stopper Figure 2-102 Leg Stopper of DSS Console 3. Adjust the leg to desired height. < High position > Figure 2-103 High Position Setting 4. Lead the Line cord through the applicable grooves. (Refer to Figure 2-101 Cabling of DSS on the previous page) 5.3.2 Wall-Mounting the DSS Console...
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 < Bottom view> Figure 2-104 Cabling for Wall-Mount 2. Install two screws into a wall. The screw heads must be remained about 3 mm (0.12″). 3 - 4 mm 1 - 3 mm (0.12″ - 0.16″) (0.04″ - 0.12″) 83.5 mm...
<Recommended Headset> • HW251N-A10-NE This Item is made by Plantronics, inc. For the details of setting and operation, refer to the SL1100 Feature & Specifications Manual. (separate issue) The headset configuration is assigned using system programming. 5.5 Installing the Doorphone Box 5.5.1 Wall-Mounting the Doorphone...
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 Wall-mount bracket Upper housing Screw terminals Screw Connect cable Figure 2-109 Doorphone Box and Bracket 4. Mount the Wall-Mount bracket on the wall using supplied screws. 5. Replace the Upper housing and tighten the screw. Hole Wall-mount...
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 5.5.2 Connecting the Doorphone J421 J103 J431 J411 J102 J101 RY1/2 SLI 9-12 /DPH 1-2 Port 1 Port 2 Port 3 Port 4 T : Tip R : Ring Modular Cable (2-wire, Straight) Doorphone Figure 2-111 Connecting the Doorphone The Doorphone configuration is assigned using system programming.
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 5.6 Installing the Door Unlock Devices A maximum of two door unlock devices can be connected to each KSU. J7 (RJ61) 8 765 4321 RY1/2 Door unlock control devices Figure 2-112 Connecting the Door Unlock Device The following table shows the pin-outs for the RJ-61 cable connector.
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 5.7 Installing the External Paging Speaker/External MOH/BGM Sources 5.7.1 Connecting the Audio Equipment • The audio jack labeled PAGE, MOH, BGM can be used for audio port (External paging, External MOH, BGM) • Audio port configuration is assigned using system programming.
6 INSTALLING WIRELESS DECT TELEPHONES ECTION 6.1 Installing the DTL-8R-1 Cordless DECT Telephone DTL-8R-1 is a cordless telephone that is adapted for NEC SL1100 System. It is designed for use in the office environment. Figure 2-115 Cordless DECT Telephone (DTL-8R-1) •...
1. Connect the cord from the telephone jack to the Line In on the DTL-8R-1 Cordless DECT. Figure 2-117 Connecting Telephone Cords to the Telephone Jack 2. Connect a SL1100 digital multiline terminal to the DTL-8R-1 Cordless DECT. Line "OUT"...
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 6.1.4 Applying Power to the Charging Unit The unique design of the telephone allows the user to place the handset in the charging unit with or without the belt clip attached. The charging unit can charge a second battery with or without the handset being charged.
4. Plug one end of the short telephone cord (locally supplied) in the LINE jack on the base unit. Plug one end of the SL1100 digital multiline terminal into the PHONE jack. Place the telephone cords inside the molded channels on the bottom of the wall mount stand.
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 Figure 2-123 Placing the Base Unit on the Posts of the Wall Plate Because of variation in wall plates, this method is not recommended. 7. Plug the AC adapter into a standard 120 Vac wall outlet. Do not use an outlet controlled by a wall switch.
4. Plug one end of the short telephone cord into the LINE jack on the base unit. Then plug one end of a SL1100 multiline terminal into the PHONE jack. Place the telephone cords inside the molded channels on the bottom of the wall mount stand.
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 6. Plug the other end of the short telephone cord into a telephone wall jack. 7. Plug the AC adapter into a standard 120 Vac wall outlet. Refer to Figure 2-124 Plugging the AC Adapter into the AC Wall Outlet on page 2-76.
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 Figure 2-130 Placing the Charging Unit on the Wall 4. Plug the AC adapter into a standard 120 Vac wall outlet. Refer to Figure 2-130 Placing the Charging Unit on the Wall on this page. 6.1.8 Attaching and Removing the Belt Clip A belt clip can be used to attach the handset to a belt or pocket for convenient portability.
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 Figure 2-132 Removing the Belt Clip 6.1.9 Installing the Handset Battery Pack term Before installing batteries, refer to D ® Cordless DECT Owner’s Manual Specifications and Battery Safety. It is important to follow safety regulations when handling batteries.
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 Figure 2-135 Replacing the Battery Cover 6.1.10 Charging Batteries The rechargeable battery pack must be fully charged before using the DTL-8R-1 Cordless DECT for the first time. Charge the battery pack without interruption for five to eight hours.
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 6.2 Installing the DTL-RPT-1 Cordless DECT Telephone REPEATER The UDR100 repeater lets you extend the coverage area of your cordless DECT telephone system in all directions. Figure 2-136 Cordless DECT Telephone Repeater DTL-RPT-1 If the repeaters are installed so their coverage area overlaps the coverage area of the base, the base can hand-off calls to the repeaters as the user moves from one coverage area to another.
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 the end user, even during an active call. Figure 2-137 Single Repeater Attached to Base Each base supports up to six repeaters, so you can extend coverage in all directions, including through floors and ceilings: Figure 2-138 Six Repeaters Attached to Base...
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 In addition, the UDR100 supports a sequential or "daisy-chain" layout to extend coverage in a single direction. Up to three repeaters can be installed in sequence: Figure 2-139 Daisy-Chain Layout For detailed information on daisy-chain layout and configuration, contact your installer or refer to the UDR100 Administrator's Guide.
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 2. Reconnect the power to the repeater. The LED on the repeater flashes slowly, indicating the repeater is in registration mode. The repeater stays in registration mode for five minutes. If you cannot complete the registration in five minutes, repeat the procedure starting with step 1.
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 184.108.40.206 Map the Base Coverage Area To find the best location for the repeater, you need to determine the base coverage area. Stand near the base and make a call. Walk away from the base with the handset, and make a note where the signal becomes weaker.
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 220.127.116.11 Multiple Repeater Systems You can register up to six repeaters to one base as long as the repeaters are a minimum of 30 feet apart. Remember that the signal can cross through walls and floors. Incorrect Installation Figure 2-141 Incorrect Installation on this page illustrates repeaters that are incorrectly installed.
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 You can combine normal and daisy-chain connections to create a wide variety of coverage configura- tions, as long as you have no more than six repeaters per base unit. Figure 2-143 Daisy-Chain Layout 6.2.3 Troubleshooting Chart To review common problems and possible solutions, refer to the Cordless DECT Repeater Guide DTL-RPT-1.
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 6.3.1 Connecting the Base Station Figure 2-144 Base Station Front and Back View on this page provides a front and rear view of the base station. Front View Rear View Figure 2-144 Base Station Front and Back View If your network connection does not provide Power Over Ethernet, you will need to order a base station AC adapter and a standard Ethernet-to-PoE adapter.
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 Figure 2-145 Connecting the Base Station 3. Connect the other end of the cable to your TCP/IP network. When the base station powers on, the STATUS LED on the front briefly lights orange and then turns off while it initializes and connects to the network. After the base station successfully initial- izes and connects to the network, the LED lights green and remains steady on.
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 Figure 2-146 Base Mounting Dimensions 2. Insert the appropriate anchors for the wall material. 3. Insert the mounting screws into the anchors, leaving about 1/4 inch of space between the screw head and the wall. 4. Connect the Ethernet cable and route the cord as shown in...
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 6.3.3 Handset and Charger Figure 2-147 Handset Front View on this page provides a front view of the handset and Figure 2-148 Charger Top View on the next page provides a top view of the charger. Figure 2-147 Handset Front View...
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 Figure 2-148 Charger Top View 18.104.22.168 Charging the Battery Follow the steps below to charge the battery. 1. Install the handset battery as shown below in Figure 2-149 Installing the Handset Battery on this page. Figure 2-149 Installing the Handset Battery 2.
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 4. Place the spare battery (if available) in the back section of the charger; the BATTERY STATUS LED should turn on. (Pull the battery latch back slightly to fit the battery in the slot.) See Figure 2-150 Inserting Handset into the Charger on the previous page.
System Start Up 1 SYSTEM START UP ECTION 1.1 Before Starting Up the System Before starting up the system, make sure: • KSU(s) are installed correctly. • All extensions are cabled correctly. • All earth ground and PSTN Trunks are cabled correctly. •...
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 1.2.1 Perform a Cold Start This section describes the process for starting the system for the first time or starting a system that requires the customer data be deleted. System software is loaded from flash memory, and the customer data is deleted from RAM memory.
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 5. Continue holding the LOAD button (S1) for approximately three seconds or until Status LED (D5) starts flashing red. RUN LED LED (D5) < Front view > Figure 3-4 Status LED (D5) and RUN LED Location 6. Release the LOAD button.
Base Service OP1 OP2 Figure 3-7 Entering Programming Mode Display 2 For the details of programming, refer to the SL1100 Programming Manual. (separate issue) 2.2 Exiting the Programming Mode 1. Press Mute key several times to return to the "Program Mode" Screen.
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 CPU card CF Slot (CN2) CF card VMDB Figure 3-10 Inserting the CF card 2. Turn the power on, enter the Program Mode then PRG90-03. 90-03-01 Program Mode Data Save YES:1 1 Base Service OP1 OP2 Figure 3-11 PRG90-03 Display 3.
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 CPU card CF Slot (CN2) CF card VMDB Figure 3-13 Inserting the CF card 2. Turn the power on, enter the Program Mode then PRG90-04. 90-04-01 Program Mode Data Load YES:1 1 Base Service OP1 OP2 Figure 3-14 PRG90-04 Display 3.
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 3 SYSTEM SHUT DOWN ECTION 3.1 Powering Off the System 1. Turn the all KSU(s) power off using the power switch. Figure 3-16 Power Switch Location • If Expansion KSU(s) are installed, turn the power on/off in the order of Expan- sion 2 KSU, Expansion 1 KSU and then Main KSU.
Maintenance 1 FUSE REPLACEMENT ECTION 1.1 Replacing the Fuse This fuse is only for external battery box connection, it is not used for AC power to the system. If Expansion KSU(s) are installed, turn the power on/off in the order of Expan- sion 2 KSU, Expansion 1 KSU and then Main KSU.
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 Main-Cover Two screws Hooks Figure 4-2 Removing the Main-Cover 4. Exchange the fuse (250 V/8 A) on 084M-B1 PCB. 084M-B1 FUSE (8 A / 250 V) < Top View > Figure 4-3 Exchanging the Fuse 5. Replace the Main-Cover and fasten two screws.
Before replacing the Lithium battery, make sure which type of Lithium battery is required and prepare the new Lithium battery. (CR2032) NEC recommends that a backup of the customer data is performed before powering off the system (either PCPro file or CF card backup) in order to replace the backup battery.
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 2. Power off the system, and remove the AC plug from the AC outlet. 3. Disconnect the AC power cord from the KSU. AC power cord must be disconnected, otherwise the Main-Cover cannot be opened. Disconnect AC Power Cord Figure 4-7 Disconnecting the AC Power Cord 4.
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 CPU card CPU support 084M-B1 at 1228M KSU Figure 4-9 Removing the CPU Card 7. Refer to following figure for the Lithium battery location on the CPU card. CPU card Battery socket < Conductor side > Figure 4-10 Location of Lithium Battery Socket 8.
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 Lithium battery Socket Figure 4-12 Inserting the Lithium Battery 9. Reinstall the CPU card into the 084M-B1 mother board and close the CPU support bracket. CPU card CPU support 084M-B1 at 1228M KSU Figure 4-13 Installing the CPU Card 10.
Before upgrading the main system software, the following preparations are necessary. • Prepare the CF Card (32MB, or upwards and formatting by FAT(16)), and store the new main software on the CF card by PC. (New main system software is supplied by NEC.) 3.3 Main Software Version Confirmation The main system software version is confirmed by the following operation at the display type Multiline Telephone.
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 5. Off-Hook and return to Time & Date mode. 11-10 WED 1:49PM Menu Dir VM:00 CL:00 3.4 Upgrading the Main Software If Expansion KSU(s) are installed, turn the power on/off in the order of Expan- sion 2 KSU, Expansion 1 KSU and then Main KSU.
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 CPU card CF Slot (CN2) CF card VMDB Figure 4-19 Removing the CF card 11. Replace the Main-Cover and Sub-Cover. 12. Turn the system power back on. 13. When the system has completed reloading the software, the RUN LED (D1) will flash blue.
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 4 LED INDICATIONS ECTION The LEDs on the CPU indicate the following: • RUN (D1) = The CPU is operating (Blue) • D2, and D3 = Alarms (Red) • D4 = Flash access indication (Red) • D5 = Boot status (Red) •...
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 2 SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS ECTION 2.1 General Precautions • Never attempt to insert wires, pins, etc. into the vents or other holes of the equipment. • Do not use benzene, thinner, or the like, or any abrasive powder to clean the equipment. Wipe it with a soft cloth.
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 110VAC 120VAC 220VAC 230VAC 240VAC Phase and Wire Single Phase, 2 Line + PE Type Ground Requirement No.14 AWG Copper Wire Feeding Voltage SLT: 20 mA/-27 V AC Input I Main KSU = Main KSU = Main KSU =...
SL1100 ISSUE 1.0 2.12 General Purpose/Door Unlock Relay Specifications Table 5-10 General Purpose/Door Unlock Relay Specifications Item Specification Rated Voltage DC 48 V Maximum Rated Current DC 320 mA Maximum Contact Normally Open 2.13 External Paging Output Specifications Table 5-11 External Paging Output Specifications...
ISSUE 1.0 SL1100 2.17 Cabling Requirements • Do not run extension cable in parallel with the AC source, telex or computer etc. If the cables are near cable runs to those devices, use shielded cable with grounded shields or install the cable in conduit.