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  • Page 1 Panasonic Telephone Systems www.voicesonic.com Phone 877-289-2829 Section 300 Installation Panasonic n n n n n n n n Digital Business System q mmm q mmm n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n...
  • Page 2: Fcc Warning

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

    Card Installation ........................Guidelines ......................... Installation ........................Battery Backup ........................Guidelines ......................... 3-10 Installation for the DBS 40 ..................... Installation for the DBS 72 and 96 ................. Key Phone Wall Mounting ........! ..............3-13 3-15 DSLT Wall Mounting ......................3-17 System Initialization ......................
  • Page 4 Section 300~Installation Contents Chapter 4. Trunks and Lines ........4-I Trunks .............................
  • Page 5 Contents Section 300~Installation Installation ........................Door Box Adaptor (Extension Port) ..................5-31 5-34 Single Line Telephone Adaptor .................... Chapter 6. Double-Cabinet Systems L ...., ,..6-1 Guidelines ..........................
  • Page 6: List Of Figures

    DBS extension connections ................4-3 1 Figure 4- 13. SLT ringer box installation ................4-38 Figure 4- 14. EM1 filter .installation (DBS 40 only) ............1-39 Figure 4- 15. Figure 4- 16. EM/24 connection using one cable with two pairs ........4-42 Figure 4- 17.
  • Page 7 Figure 5-20. 5-36 SLTA installation ..................Figure 5-2 1. Slot usage for two-cabinet systems, DBS 40 + DBS 40 ......... 6-4 Figure 6-l. Slot usage for two-cabinet systems, DBS 72 + DBS 40 ......... 6-5 Figure 6-2. Slot usage for two-cabinet systems, DBS 72 + DBS 72 ......... 6-6 Figure 6-3.
  • Page 8: List Of Tables

    Table 2-3. Printed circuit package slot usage ..............2-8 Table 2-4. Table 3- 1, Battery backup packages for the DBS 40,72, and 96 ........3-9 Main trunks and expansion trunks provided with each system type ....4-4 Table 4- 1. Table 4-2.
  • Page 9 Section 300~Installation List of Tables Power consumption and heat generation ............7-3 Table 7-2. Battery backup capacity .................. Table 7-3. Temperature and humidity requirements ............7-4 Table 7-4. Dimensions and weight, single-cabinet systems and phones ......7-3 Table 7-S. Dimensions for two-cabinet systems .............. 7-4 Table 7-6.
  • Page 10 Section 300~installation List of Tables DBS-70-300 DBS Manual - Issued 8/l/95...
  • Page 11: Purpose

    Section 300~Installation About This Manual About This Manual Purpose This manual provides installation instructions for the Digital Business System (DBS). The following table summarizes the purpose of each chapter. Chapter Title Purpose Includes DBS model numbers and FCC information that Requirements may be required during installation.
  • Page 12 Chapter 1, Requirements This chapter includes DBS model numbers and FCC information that may be required during installation. In addition, environmental requirements for proper operation are included. This chapter covers the following topics: Page Model Numbers FCC Requirements Environmental Requirements Cleaning DBS Manual - Revised 4/3/96 DBS-70-300...
  • Page 14: Model Numbers

    Section 300~Installation Model Numbers Table l-l. DBS model numbers Model Number DBS System VB-43030 DBS 40 VB-43050 DBS 72 DBS 96 FCC Requirements General Requirements The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has established Rules which permit the DBS to be directly connected to the telephone network.
  • Page 15 Telephone Operator Consumers Act of 1990. Communication & Systems Company, Business Telephone Systems Division, Two Panasonic Way Panazip 7B-3, &caucus, NJ 07094 (Phone: (1-800-822- DBS-70-300 DBS Manual - Revised 4/3/96...
  • Page 16: Did Requirements

    Section 300~Installation Chapter 1. Requirements 0909) for repair/warranty information. The telephone company may ask you to disconnect this equipment from the network until the problem has been corrected. DID Requirements Allowing this equipment to be operated in a manner that does not provide for proper answer supervision is a violation of Part 68 of the FCC Rules.
  • Page 17 Section 300-installation Chapter 1. Reauirements Vibration: The environment should be free from excessive vibration, which could loosen components. Water Exposure: Because the DBS is an electric device, exposure to water is dangerous. Do not place anything containing water on the system. Do not install under overhead plumbing, sprinkler system valves, or in areas that are susceptible to flooding.
  • Page 18: Chapter 2. System Overview

    Chapter 2. System Overview This chapter gives an overview of the Digital Business System (DBS). This overview includes descriptions of the DBS cabinet, system configurations, printed circuit cards, and the call processor. This chapter covers the following topics:: DBS-70-300 DBS Manual - Issued...
  • Page 20: Cabinet Description

    Section 3004nstallation Chapter 2. System Overview Cabinet Description Panasonic’s Digital Business System (DBS) is a hybrid telephone system that can be used as a key service unit (KSU) or a private branch exchange (PBX). The DBS cabinet includes an AC power supply, backup batteries (optional), dedicated card slots, and a central connector panel for line and trunk connections.
  • Page 21 Figure 2-2. Trunk, line, and peripheral connections Tape Recorder for Music-On-Hold and Background Music All-Page Amplifier Speaker Test Phone...
  • Page 22: Configurations

    Table 2-I. Trunk and extension capacities according to system size DBS 96 + DBS 72 I 112 DBS 96 + DBS 96 Notes: 1. The slave cabinet must be used for expansion ports. 2. When a DBS 72 and DBS 40 are connected, expansion ports cannot be used. DBS-70-300...
  • Page 23: Printed Circuit Cards

    Table 2-2. Printed circuit card descriptions and maximums Printed Circuit Cards and Other Part No. Quantity Equipment DBS 40 DBS 72 DBS 96 VB-43110 VB-43410 Call processor card (CPC-A)
  • Page 24 Section 300~Installation Chapter 2. System Overview Quantity Part No. Printed Circuit Cards and Other Equipment DBS 40 DBS 72 DBS 96 Optional Equipment VB-43706 Remote Administration Interface (RAI-A) Remote Administration Interface @AI-B) VB-4355 1 43511AAEC 43511AAEC 43511AAEC V-R-43 130 Built-in system backup battery kit...
  • Page 25 Printed circuit cards are installed in dedicated slots in the DBS cabinet. Table 2-3 shows the cards that can be installed in each slot. Figure 2-3 on page 2-9 illustrates slot labels. Table 2-3. Printed circuit package slot usage Acceptable Slots Card Type Card Analog...
  • Page 26: Processor Description

    Section 300~installation Chapter 2. System Overview Figure 2-l Slot labels for minted circuit aackapes Slot Labels (DBS 96) Processor Description DBS call-processing is controlled by the Call Processor Card (CPC). Three CPC models are available: CPC-A, CPC-B, and CPC-AII. In most cases, the features provided with the DBS depend on the model and software version of the CPC.
  • Page 27 Chapter 3. Cabinet Installation This chapter explains how to install and power up the cabinet. Before you begin installation, be sure to read the “Requirements” chapter, which begins on page l-l. This chapter covers the following topics:: Topic Page Wall-Mounting the Cabinet Grounding Card Installation Battery Backup...
  • Page 29: Chapter 3. Cabinet Installation

    Chapter 3. Cabinet Installation Section 300~Installation Wall-Mounting the Cabinet Guidelines Caution: Always turn the power switch OFF before beginning installa- tion. The DBS is shipped with the cover installed to protect components. Before wall-mounting the cabinet, remove the cover. Handle the cabinet carefully to avoid damage. Installation 1.
  • Page 30 5. Install four screws in the wall studs according to the dimensions given in Figure 3-3. (Note that the width dimension is different for the DBS 40.) The screws are used to attach the mounting brackets to the wall. The screws should protrude from the wall 5/16 in.
  • Page 31: Guidelines

    Section 300~Installation Chapter 3. Cabinet Installation Grounding Guidelines Before grounding the DBS, read the “Lightning Protection/Grounding” requirements beginning on page l-6. The ground cable must be at least 18 AWG. Resistance to ground must be 10 Ohms or less. Installation 1.
  • Page 32: Card Installation

    Section 300~Installation Chapter 3. Cabinet Installation Card Installation Guidelines Caution: Before handling printed circuit cards, discharge static elecuic- ity by grounding yourself. Static electricity can damage components. Turn off the power before installiing. Installing cards with the power on can damage components. Install the cards in the following order: If you are installing a CPC-A or CPC-AII card with an SCC-B card, set SW4 to “Mode A.”...
  • Page 33 Section 300~installation Chapter 3. Cabinet Installation Before installing the CPC card, determine if the DBS will be used as a KSU or PBX. To use it as a PBX, cut Strap Sl on the CPC. Cutting this strap allows use of pooled trunks as opposed to line appearances. 3-6.
  • Page 34: Installation

    Section 300~Installation Installation 1. With the lettering on the card pointed up, position the card within the slot guides. (See Figure 3-7.) 2. Hold the card on the top and bottom edges with both hands and carefully push the card into the slot. 3.
  • Page 35: Battery Backup

    Chapter 3. Cabinet Installation Section 3004nstallation Guidelines The DBS 40 uses two 12-volt batteries; the DBS 72 and 96 use four 6-volt batteries or two 12-volt batteries. The following table includes the part numbers for the battery packages. Table 3-I. Battery backup packages the DBS 40, 72, and 96 Battery Backup Part No.
  • Page 36: Installation For The Dbs 40

    Chapter 3. Cabinet Installation Section 300~Installation Installation for the DBS 40 1. Place one battery in the top tray of the battery compartment, the other battery in the bottom tray. location. DBS 40 Batteries 2. Connect the positive cable (red) to the + terminal of the top battery.
  • Page 37: Installation For The Dbs 72 And 96

    Section 300~lnstaaation Installation for the DBS 72 and 96 1. Slide the battery compartment out and place the batteries inside the tray. Figure 3-9. Remove Screws and Slide Battery Tray Out 2. Connect the positive cable (red) to the + terminal on the fist battery. 3.
  • Page 38 Chapter 3. Cabinet Section Red Connection Cable White Connection C a b l e s Front Negative Four G-Volt Batteries (Older Version) Back Positive Front Negative (Newer Version) 3-12...
  • Page 39: Key Phone Wall Mounting

    Key Phone Wall Mounting DBS key phones can be modified for wall mounting by reversing the wall- mount adaptor on the bottom of the phone. The wall-mount adaptor includes a small hole for attaching the phone to a screw inserted in the wall. 1.
  • Page 40 Chapter 3. Cabinet Installation Section 300~Installation 3. Turn the wall-mount adaptor around and re-attach it to the phone. Figure 3-12. Wall-mount adaptor replacement reinsert it into the phone. t guide insertion for wal Handset Guide 3-l 4 DES Manual - Issued 8/l/95 DBS-70-300...
  • Page 41: Dslt Wall Mounting

    Section Chapter 3. Cabinet Installation DSLT Wall Mounting Digital Single-Line Telephones (DSLTs) can be modified for wall mounting by removing the desk stand and mounting it on the bottom of the phone. The back of the DSLT and the desk stand include slots for attaching the phone to a screw inserted in the wall.
  • Page 42 Chapter 3. Cabinet Installation Section 300~Installation 2. Attach the desk stand to the bottom of the phone by aligning the tabs and tab guides and sliding it into place (Figure 3-15). Figure 3-15. Desk stand attachment for DSLT wail mounting 3.
  • Page 43: System Initialization

    Section 300~Installation Chapter 3. Cabinet Installation System Initialization OFF. 1. Confirm that the DBS power switch is 2. Plug the power cord into a dedicated 120V 15 amp AC wall outlet. Note: A surge protector should be installed on the power cord. 3.
  • Page 44: Test Phone

    Chapter 3. Cabinet Installation Section 3004nstallation Test Phone Guidelines The test terminal (CN3) on the DBS Connector Panel can be used to connect a display phone for programming. The test terminal can be used for initial programming before extension cabling is completed. The test terminal is turned on by flipping SW1 on the Connector Panel to the “Test”...
  • Page 45 Section 300~installation Chapter 3. Cabinet Installation DSS Console Test Phone Note: Port 7 must be assigned as extension 101 and the DSS/72 assigned as telephone type 13 for the DSW72 to operate. Two-Conductor Two-Conductor Cable (Port 7) Cable (Port 8) telephone S W 1 S T - T E S T...
  • Page 46: Chapter 4. Trunks And Lines

    Chapter 4. Trunks and Lines This chapter describes trunk and line installation. Some peripheral equipment also requires trunk and/or line interfaces (for example, door phones or power failure units). See Chapter 5 for instructions on connecting peripheral equipment through trunks or lines. This chapter covers the following topics:: Page Topic...
  • Page 47 DBS-70-300 DBS Manual - Issued 8/l/95...
  • Page 48: Trunks

    Chapter 4. Trunks and Lines Section 300~Installation Trunks Trunk Connectors Each DBS cabinet is provided with one main trunk connector, labeled CN 1. In addition, a trunk expansion connector (VB-43120) can be added to the DBS to provide eight additional trunk connections. (The trunk expansion connector is also labeled Figure 4- 1 shows the maximum number of trunks that can be connected when DBS trunk connedions (DBS 96)
  • Page 49: Trunk Connector Pinouts

    Chapter 6 includes trunk maximums for two-cabinet systems. Table 4-l. Main trunks and expansion trunks provided with each system type Sys tern Type Main Trunk Numbers Expansion Trunk Numbers DBS 40 9-16 DBS 72 1-16 17-24 DBS 96...
  • Page 50 Section 300~Installation Chapter 4. Trunks and Lines Table 4-2. Pinouts and trunk numbers the main trunk connector. BR-BK BK-SL Trunk I5 S L B K YL-BL Trunk 16 B L Y L YL-OR Trunk !7 1. Tmnks connections for a trunk card iostallcd in the EC/IRK slot appear on the Trunk Port Expansion ccmwctor as described on the next page.
  • Page 51 Chapter 4. Trunks and Lines Section 300~Installation Table 4-3. Pinouts and trunk numbers for trunk expansion connector CNI Trunk Slot Color Trunk Assignments According to Desig. Code No.’ System Type Trunk Trunk W-H-BL BL-WH Trunk WH-OR Trunk OR-WH Trunk Trunk 1.
  • Page 52: Loop-start Trunks

    Section 300~Installation Chapter Trunks and Lines Loop-Start Trunks Guidelines Two versions of the loop-start trunk are available: the four-port version The following procedure covers loop-start trunk installation using the main trunk connector. For instructions on using the expansion trunk connector, see “Trunk and Line Expansion”...
  • Page 53 Chapter Trunks and Lines Section 3004nstallation 2. Install the loop-start trunk in a trunk slot. 3. Use a standard 50-pin cable to connect the trunks from the MDF to the main trunk connector CNl. Installation with Caller ID 1. Remove the cover from the L-TRK card (VB-435 11A). This cover should be set aside since it cannot be reinstalled with a Caller ID Board installed.
  • Page 54: Ground Start And Did Trunks

    Section 300~installation Chapter 4. Trunks and Lines Ground Start and DID Trunks Guidelines The following procedure covers ground-start (VB-43531) and DID (VB- 43541) installation using the main trunk connector. For instructions on using the expansion trunk connector, see “Trunk and Line Expansion” on page 4-43.
  • Page 55 Section 300-Installation Installation 1. Install the G-IRK/8 or DID card in a trunk slot. 2. Connect the power supply by cabling the positive side to the SG connector on CN2 (Figure 4-4). Note: Use cables that are 18 AWG or larger connect the power supply the DBS.
  • Page 56: Tl Interface

    Section 300~installation Connect the test set across the tip and ring of the trunk to be tested. with the test set in the “monitor” position, apply ground to the ring side of the trunk. If you hear dial tone, the polarity of the trunk is okay, and you can switch the test set to the “talk”...
  • Page 57 Table 4-12 on page 4-15 shows Tl maximums for double-cabinet systems. Note: The DBS 72 + DBS 40 combination does not support Tl. 4-l 2...
  • Page 58 Lines Table 4-8. Tl slot usage for two-cabinet systems System Size Master Slave DBS 40 + DBS 40 DBS 72 + DBS 40 DBS 72 + DBS 72 DBS 96 + DBS 40 DBS 96 + DBS 72 DBS 96 + DBS 96...
  • Page 59 8 Channels Analog trunk 1 Analog trunk 8 Note: Since the DBS 40 supports a maximum of 16 trunks, all 24 chan- nels of the Tl cannot be used. Table 4-10. Tl and analog trunk assignments, DBS 72 Trunk...
  • Page 60 Section 300-Installation Chapter 4. Trunks and Lines Table 4-11. Tl and analog trunk assignments, D BS 96 Trunk Fractional Tl Fractional Tl Number using 16 using 8 Channels Channels Analog trunk 1 Analog trunk 1 Analog trunk 1 Analog trunk 8 Analog trunk 8 Analog trunk 8 Analog trunk 9...
  • Page 61 Tables 4-13 through 4-17 show trunk numbering for two-cabinet systems using the maximum number of Tl channels. Table 4-13. Tl and analog trunk assignments, DBS 40 + 40 (16-channel fractional Tl in the slave) Analog trunk 1 Analog trunk 8 Table 4-14.
  • Page 62 Table 4-15. TI and analog trunk assignments, DBS 96 + DBS 40 (24-channel Tl in the master; lb- channel Tl in the slave) Master Cabinet Trunk Number Slave Cabinet Analog trunk 1 Analog trunk 8 4-17 DBS Manual - issued 8/l/95...
  • Page 63 Chapter 4. Trunks and Lines Section 300~installation Table 4-16. Tl and analog trunk assignments, DBS 96 + DBS 72 (24-channel TI in the master; 24- channel Tl in the slave) Slave Cabinet Trunk Number Master Cabinet Analog trunk 1 Analog trunk 8 Tl channel 9 4-18 DBS-70-300...
  • Page 64 Chapter 4. Trunks and Lines Section 300~Installation Table 4-l 7. Tl and analog trunk assignments, DBS 96 + DBS 96 (24-channel Tl in the master; 24- channel Tl in the slave) Master Cabinet Slave Cabinet Trunk Number Analog trunk 1 Analog trunk 8 Analog trunk 1 Analog trunk 8...
  • Page 65 Chapter 4. Trunks and Lines Section 300~Installation Installation The following procedures provide step-by-step instructions for installing the system you have and the number of Tls you are installing. If you are installing . . . procedure... this A Tl in a single cabinet “Installing a Tl in a Single Cabi- net”...
  • Page 66 Table 4-8 on page 4- 13. Note: The Tl Interface cannot be used for systems consisting of a DBS 72 connected to a DBS 40. 1. Check connector 4 (CN4) on the Sync Unit (VB-43563). Make sure that Pins 2 and 3 are strapped.
  • Page 67 and Lines Chapter 4. Trunks Section 300-installation 2. Attach the Sync Unit to the CPC-B card. Note: Before attaching the Sync Unit. insert the three spacers provided with the unit and remove the jumpers from CN2 of the CPC-B card. (Version 1.3 or higher) CPC-B Card...
  • Page 68 Section 300-Installation Chapter 4. Trunks and Lines 3. Lnstall the Tl MDF (main distribution frame) card in the top of the cabinet as shown in Figure 4-7. Ground Screw 4-23 DBS-70-300 DBS Manual - issued 8/1I95...
  • Page 69 4. Set SW1 on the Tl card according to the following table. These switch settings correspond to the distance between the DBS and the CSU. To turn a switch on, fiip it to the “up” position. settings for Table 4-18. Switch SWZ on the Tl card Distance from the DBS to the CSU 0 to 150 ft.
  • Page 70 Section 300~Installation Chapter 4. Trunks and Lines Figure 4-9. RJ4 18 pinouts. CNI connector Ring Ring CN 1 (RJ48) 4-25 DBS Manual - Issued 8/l/95 DBS-70-300...
  • Page 71 9. Connect the ground cable from the Tl MDF card to the cabinet as shown in Figure 4- 10. Sync Unit DBS-70-300 4-26...
  • Page 72 Section 300~installation Chapter 4. Trunks and Lines Installing Tl in a Double Cabinet with the Tl in the Slave Install the Sync Unit in the master cabinet as described in Steps 1 and 2 under “Installation for a Single Tl.” Install a Tl MDF card in the slave cabinet.
  • Page 73 Section 4. I runis ana Lmes connections, double-cabinet with a TI in the slave , Connector Card Label Card Sync. Unit DBS-70-300 DBS Manual - Issued 8/l/95...
  • Page 74 Section 300~Installation Chapter 4. Trunks and Lines a Double Cabinet with Tls in the Master and Installing Slave Install the Sync Unit in the master cabinet as described in Steps 1 and 2 under “Installation for a Single Tl.” Install a Tl MDF card in each cabinet. (See Step 3 on page 4-23.) Set Switch 1 on the Tl cards.
  • Page 75 Figure 4-i2. Clock sync cable and sync cable connections, double-cabinet instuttiztion Slave Cabinet Card Label Cables Card Label’ Tl channels are depends on how many DBS-70-300...
  • Page 76: Lines

    Section 300~Installation Chapter 4. Trunks and Lines Lines Extension Connectors The number of extension ports that can be connected to your system depends on the type of system you have. Egure 4-13 shows the maximum number of extensions that can be connected to each system when the extension expansion connector is used.
  • Page 77: Extension Connector Pinouts

    Table 4-19. Extension ports provided with each system System Type Extension Ports (Not including the Expansion Connector*) l-24 DBS 40 DBS 72 1-48 DBS 96 l-72 *Note: Extensions 65 to 72 on the DBS 96 use the EC/TRK slot, but they do not require the extension expansion connector.
  • Page 78 Table 4-20. Pinoats and color codes for extension connector CN12 Extension Slot Color Code Pin No. Desig. Function W-H-BL Extension Port 1 BL-WH DBS 72. WH-OR Extension Port 2 OR-WH DBS 96) WH-GN Extension Port 3 GN-WH WH-ER Extension Port 4 Note: Only digital extensions can be used in slot ECl.
  • Page 79 Section 300-Installation Chapter 4. Trunks and Lines Table 4-21. Pinouts and color codes for extension connector CN13 DBS-70-300 DES Manual - Issued 8/l/95...
  • Page 80 Section 300~installation Chapter 4. Trunks and Lines Table 4-22. Pinouts extension and color codes for connector CN14 Extension Slot WH-BL Extension Port 49 GN-RD RD-BR Extension Port 57 BR-RD Extension Port 58 BK-BL Extension Pan 59 BLBK Extension Port 60 OR-BK BKGN Extension Pan 61...
  • Page 81 Table 4-23. Pinouts and color codes for extension expansion connector CNl DBS% Extension BL-WH Port 25 Port 49 WH-OR Extension Extension OR-WH Port 26 Port 50 WH-GN Extension Extension Extension GN-WH Port 27 Port 51 Expansion Card Required WH-BR Extension Extension BR-WH Port 28...
  • Page 82: Analog Extensions

    Chapter 6 for specific information for installing MFR card(s). 3. Install the SLT Ringer Box as shown in Figure 4-14. Be sure to note the differences between the DBS 40 Connector Panel and the Connector Panel on the DBS 72 and 96.
  • Page 83 Chapter Trunks and Lines Section 3004nstallation Figure 4-14. SLT ringer box installation Ringer box installation with the DBS 72 and DBS 96 SLT Rin Ringer box installation with the DBS 40 SG -48v SYN RG GND SLT Ringer Box 4-38...
  • Page 84 4. Use a standard 50-pin cable to connect the extensions from the MDF to the appropriate extension connector. (Refer to Tables 4-20 through 4-22 for extension pinouts.) 5. If you are installing a DBS 40 system, attach the EMI filter to the Figure 4-15.1 4-39...
  • Page 85: Digital Extensions

    ‘the appropriate extension connector, as shown in Figure 4-13 on page 4- 3 1. (Refer to Tables 4-20 through 4-22 for extension pinouts.) 3. If you are installing a DBS 40, attach the EM1 filter to the amphenol cable, as shown in Figure 4-15.
  • Page 86 Installation 1. Attach the DSSi72 to the key phone using the mounting plate and the four screws. 2. Connect the DSS to the key phone using the two-conductor cable. 3. Connect the DSS to the wall jack using a four-conductor cabie. 4.
  • Page 87 Section 300-Installation Chapter 4. Trunks and Lines EM/24 Guidelines The EM/24 (VB-43310) provides 24 flexible function (FF) keys. It can be attached to any key phone. The EM/24 comes with a mounting bracket, screws, and a two-conductor cable for attaching it to a key phone. Installation 1.
  • Page 88: Trunk And Line Expansion

    Chapter 4. Trunks and Lines Section 300-Installation Trunk and Line Expansion Guidelines The EQT’RK slot can be used for a trunk or extension card. Different expansion connectors are used for trunks and extensions: Part No. Expansion connector VB-43 120 Trunk expansion connector Extension expansion connector VB-43121 Note: With the DBS 96, the expansion connector is not required to use...
  • Page 89 Section 300~Installation Trunks and Lines Chapter 4. (On the expansion connector) Right Side View Front View CO Lines or Extensions See Table 4-3 on page 4-6 for pinout and trunk number information for the trunk expansion connector. 4 - 4 4...
  • Page 90: Chapter 5. Peripheral Equipment

    Chapter 5. Peripheral Equipment This chapter describes peripheral equipment installation. Some peripheral equipment requires trunk and/or line interfaces (for example. door phones or power failure units). For information on trunk and line connections, see Chapter 4. This chapter covers the following topics: Topic Local Terminal or SMDR Device Background Music/Music-On-Hold...
  • Page 91 DBS-70-300 DBS Manual - Issued 8/l/95...
  • Page 92: Local Terminal Or Smdr Device

    Section 300~Installation Chapter 5. Peripheral Equipment Local Terminal or SMDR Device Guidelines Connector 6 (CN6) on the Connector Panel provides an RS-232C interface for connection of a local programming terminal or an SMDR device such as a printer or call accounting machine. The following table contains RS-232C designations.
  • Page 93: Installation

    Chapter 5. Peripheral Equipment Section 300~Installation Installation 1. Connect one end of the RS-232C cable to CN6 on the Connector Panel. Figure 5-l shows cable pinouts for 25pin and g-pin RS-232C devices. These connections have been used successfully with many PCs and SMDR devices;...
  • Page 94 Section 300~Installation Chapter 5. Peripheral Equipment Figure S-2. SMDR Format for CPC-AII and CPC-B Version 3.1 or higher T MM/DD 10-69, lOO-699nextensions C O number=DISA O-Outgoing (See Note 2.) code COS code codes Notes : 1. Transferred calls include direct and group call pickups and conference calls. If a station call is transferred to an outside number, an SRDR record is also created for the station that is transferred.
  • Page 95: Remote Administration Interface (rai)

    Chapter 5. Peripheral Equipment Section 300~Installation Remote Administration Interface (RAI) Guidelines The RAT is a modem card that installs on the XC card. The card is used to remotely administer the system through a trunk line. Two versions of the RAI card are available. Both versions use 1 Stop bit, 8 data bits, and no parity.
  • Page 96 Section 300~Installation Chapter 5. Peripheral Equipment DES-70-300 DBS Manual - Issued WV95...
  • Page 97: Background Music/music-on-hold

    section 300~Installation Background Music/Music-On-Hold Guidelines A single music source can be used for both background music (BGM) and music-on-hold (MOH), or separate music sources can be used for each feature. If a single music source is used for both MOH and BGM, the music source connects to CN5 on the Connector Panel.
  • Page 98 Section 300~Installation Chapter 5. Peripheral Equipment Note: To change the volume levels of the music sources, adjust the variable resistors on the SCC card. Table 5-3. SCC variable resistors Variable Resistor SCC-A Adjusts CO ringing tone volume. SCC-B Adjusts MOH volume. Adjust BGM volume.
  • Page 99: Off-premises Adaptor (opx)

    Chapter 5. Peripheral Equipment Section 300~Installation Off-Premises Adaptor (OPX) Guidelines Analog phones can be connected as off-premise stations through a direct line to the DBS or through the central office, depending on how far the stations are from ‘the OPX Adaptor. without Table 5-4 shows how far the OPX stations can be from the adaptor going through a CO.
  • Page 100: Installation

    Chapter 5. Peripheral Eauioment Section 3004nstallation Installation The following procedures describe direct OPX connection and OPX connection through a CO. Order an OL13C circuit for an OPX through a CO. Refer to Figure 5-6 on page 5-13 when installing the OPX. Installing an OPX Station Without Going Through a Central Office 1.
  • Page 101 Section 300~Installation Chapter 5. Peripheral Equipment 4. Connect the “R” and “T” leads to a digital extension port on the DBS. Connect the “GND” lead on the OPX Adaptor to the DBS Frame Ground screw. 6. Connect the “TR” and “‘IT” leads to the OPX station. 7.
  • Page 102 Section 300-Installation Chapter 5. Peripheral Equipment To a DBS digital line (Terminals E-RG+ for external ringing To off-premise SLT or _ demarcation block To the DBS Frame Ground screw Off-Premise Extension Adaptor (VB-43702) DBS Manual - Issued 8/l/95 DBS-70-300...
  • Page 103: Paging

    Paging The DBS allows extensions to be grouped into paging groups numbered OO- 07. When you issue a page (by dialing #IO-#07), you specify a paging group, so that your announcement is heard over the key telephones and Digital Single Line Telephones that are members of that group. Paging groups often include people whose work is related.
  • Page 104 Section 300~installation Chapter 5. Peripheral Equipment 3. Connect the zone relays to the amplifier. 4. Connect the zone relays to the +24V and zone paging terminals (20-24) on the Connector Panel. Use Aromat Relay Type DF2E-24V Newark Electronics or Similar Relay Audb Input Note: This is a simplified example to show how the connections...
  • Page 105: External General Page/una Installation

    Section 3004nstallation Chapter 5. Peripheral Equipment External General Page/UNA Installation Use this procedure to connect a general page system, connect UNA over a page system or connect a combined page/UNA system. 1. Connect CN4 on the DBS Connector Panel to the audio input of the paging amplifier.
  • Page 106: External Ringer (una Device)

    Chapter 5. Peripheral Equipment If UNA operates over the paging system, the Audio Output of CN4 provides the Audio Ringback sound to be heard over the paging system when a trunk rings UNA. If UNA operates over the paging system, the UNA ringing will always takes precedence over paging.
  • Page 107: Installation

    Chapter 5. Peripheral Equipment Section 300~installation Installation 1. Connect the external ringer to the “C” and “M” terminals on the Connector Panel. (See Figure 5-9 on page 5-18.) Note: When the Ring Patterns for UNA Terminals (M, C, & B) programming command (FF12#4# l# (0 or l)# is set to 0, connecting the ringer to the “C”...
  • Page 108: Power Failure Unit

    Chapter 5. Peripheral Equipment Section 300~installation Power -Failure Unit Guidelines Up to four SLTs can be connected to the Power Failure Unit (VA-43703). If a power failure occurs, the SLTs will automatically receive dial tone directly from the central office. DBS features and restrictions do not apply when the SLTs are receiving dial tone from the CO.
  • Page 109 Section 300~Installation Chapter 5. Peripheral Equipment Figure S-10. Cable punch-out phte 3. Mount the PFU on the wall using the three screws provided with the unit. (See Figure 5- 11. 4. Connect trunks from the central office to the PFU. 5.
  • Page 110 Chapter 5. Peripheral Equipment Section 300~Installation Figure 5-11. Power Failure Unit (PFU) instdldion AEC Exrension Porl No. From AEC Extension Port No. Cabinet AEC Extension Port NO. TRK Pan No. TRK Potl the Main TRK Porl No. Cabinet TRK Port No To +24V and GND on CN2 of the Main Cabinet...
  • Page 111: Voice Announce Unit (vau)

    Section 3004nstallarion Chapter 5. Peripheral Equipment Voice Announce Unit (VAU) Guidelines Operating temperatures for the Voice Announce Unit (VB-43708) should be between 35 and 105’ F. Maximum loop resistance for the VAU is 10 Ohms. The VAU contains a rechargeable lead-acid battery. Recharging circuity for the battery is included on the VAU.
  • Page 112 Chapter 5. Peripheral Equipment S e c t i o n Table 5-7. Switch seltings for delay answer timing, VAU Switch Block 2 (SW2) Delay Answer Timer (Switches l-3) Timer (in seconds) No Answer (VAU 1.1 or below) or Immediate Answer (VAU 1.2 or above) OFF ON ON ON ON...
  • Page 113 Table S-IO. Switch settings abbreviated dialing digit length, VAU Switch Block 2 (SW2) Abbreviated Dialing Digit Length (Switches 7-8) Switch Number of Digits 1 Digit 2 Digits 3 Digits 3. Remove the cable punch-out plate (Figure 5-12) to make an opening for the cable coming into the VAU.
  • Page 114 Chapter 5. Peripheral Equipment Section 300~Installation Figure S-13. Extension cord connection to the VAV BK R G 6. Install the cover on the VAU. A nnnrmre DBS-70-300 5-25...
  • Page 115: Recording And Playing Messages

    Chapter 5. Peripheral Equipment Section 3004nstallation Recording and Playing Messages You can record the VAU messages from either an extension or a trunk. Notes: You must use a DTMF telephone to record and play VAU messages. To change existing messages, record over them. To record and play messages, complete the following steps.
  • Page 116: Door Box Adaptor (trunk Port)

    Each Door Box Adaptor (VB-43701) can be used to connect one door sensor and up to two Door Boxes (VA-43705) equipped with door openers. Door openers and door sensors are not sold by Panasonic; they can be purchased separately from an electronics dealer.
  • Page 117: Installation

    Chapter 5. Peripheral Equipment Section 300~Installation Requirements Trunks used for Door Boxes and openers must be set up as dial pulse trunks. Equipment combinations used with the Door Box Adaptor require the number of trunks in the following table: The adaptor uses Ifyouuse...
  • Page 118 Section 300~installation Chapter 5. Peripheral Equipment Figure S-15. Cable punch-out plate 4. Mount the Door Box Adaptor on the wall using the three screws provided with the unit. 5. Connect the trunk line(s) to the Door Box Adaptor, as shown in Figure 5- The “COD’...
  • Page 119 3 Set O f f OFF / 5 set OFF ! OFF Box Aaaptor Door W-43701) Contact Ratings for Opener 1 and 2: 120V AC: 0.3 amps 30V DC: Sensor Door Opener 1 Door Box 1 DBS 40 DBS 72iDBS 96...
  • Page 120: Door Box Adaptor (extension Port)

    The Door Box Adaptor (VB-43711) requires a door opener. In addition, a Door Box (door phone) (VA-43705) is normally used with the Door Box Adaptor. The door opener is not sold by Panasonic; it can be purchased separately from an electronics dealer.
  • Page 121 Section 300~Installation Chapter 5. Peripheral Equipment Figure 5-18. Installan’on door box, door opener of the To Door Box Contact Ratings for Door Box Adaptor Opener 120V AC: 0.3 amps 30V DC: 1 amp 4. Connect the extension line the Door Box Adaptor, as shown in Figure 5-19.
  • Page 122 Chapter 5. Peripheral Equipment Section 300~Installation Figure j-19. Cor Door Door O p e n e r Opener Door Door Box 5. Connect the Door Box and door opener to the Door Box Adaptor. 5-33...
  • Page 123: Single Line Telephone Adaptor

    Section 3004nstallatlon Chapter 5. Peripheral Equipment Single Line Telephone Adaptor Guidelines The Single Line Telephone Adaptor (SLTA. VB-43709) provides an alternative way of connecting analog DTMF telephones (2500 sets). One SLTA supports up to 4 Single Line Telephones. . Each SLT extension requires a digital extension port connection to the SLTA.
  • Page 124 Section 300~Installation Chapter 5. Peripheral Equipment Table S-11. Maximum distrurces for SLTA installation Wiring Max. distance (in feet) between Max. distance (in feet) between the SLTA and the SLT the DBS and SLTA AWG 22 300’ or 10 n 3000’ or 100 SI AWG 24 190’...
  • Page 125 Chapter 5. Peripheral Equipment Section 3004nstalIation Figure S-21. SLTA installation To +24V on DES CN2 To GND on D B S C N 2 - Connector SLTA ( W - 4 3 7 0 9 ) I I T P 5-36...
  • Page 126 Chapter 6. Double-Cabinet Systems Two DBS cabinets can be connected in order to increase capacity. This chapter includes connection procedures, as well as capacities for two-cabinet systems. See Chapter 4 for instructions on installing Tls in two-cabinet systems. This chapter covers the following topics: Page Topic Guidelines...
  • Page 127 DBS-70-300 DBS Manual - Issued 8/l/95...
  • Page 128: Guidelines

    Table 6-I. Trunk and extension port maximums for double-cabinet systems System Trunk Extension Expansion Ports Master Slave Ports Ports (Trunk lines or extensions) DBS 40 DBS 40 8 (See Note 1.) DBS 72 0 (See Note 2.) DBS 72 DBS 96 DBS 40 DBS 96 DBS 72...
  • Page 129 Chapter 6. Double-Cabinet Systems Section 300~Installation F imre 6-I. Slot usage fortwo-cabinet svstems. DRS 40 + DRS 40 DBS 40 (Slave) SCC CPC AUXl AUX2 EC2 EC3 EC/IRK Notes: *See “Tl Interface” on page 4-11 for EC/TRK port numbers for Tl.
  • Page 130 Section 300~installation Chapter 6. Double-Cabinet Systems Figure 6-2. Slot usage for two-cabinet systems, DBS 72 + DBS 40 DBS 40 (Slave) SCC CPC AUXl AUX2 DBS 72 (Master) EC4 EC5 Notes: *A maximum of two MFR cards can be installed in a two-cabinet system.With Cable Kit Version 1.1, one MFR is installed in the Master AUXl, and one MFR is installed in the...
  • Page 131 Chapter 6. Double-Cabinet Systems Section 3004nstallation F iaure Slot usdwe for two-cabinet svstems. DBS 72 + DBS 6-3. DBS 72 (Slave) TRK TRK EC1 EC2 EC3 EC4 EC5 EC6 EC/ SCC CPC AUX AUX DBS 72 (Master) TRK TRK EC1 EC2 EC3 EC4 EC5 EC6 EC/ SCC CPC AUX AUX Notes: *See...
  • Page 132 Chapter 6. Double-Cabinet Systems Section 300~Installation igure 6-4. SZot usage for two-cabinet systems, DBS 96 + DBS 40 (Slave) DBS 96 (Master) EC7 1 ECI Notes: *See “Tl Interface” on page 4-l 1 for ECflRK port numbers for Tl. Version 1.1, one MFR is installed in the Master AUXl t and one MFR is installed in the Slave in the CPC slot and one in AUXl.
  • Page 133 Chapter 6. Double-Cabinet Systems Section 3004nstallation Figure 6-5. Slot usage for two-cabinet systems, DBS 96 + DBS 72 DBS 72 (Slave) DBS 96 (Master) SCC CPC AUX AUX Notes: Interface” *See “Tl on page 4-l 1 for EC/TRK port numbers for Tl. Version 1.1, one MFR is installed in the Master AUXl, and one MFR is installed in the Slave in the CPC slot and one in AUXl.
  • Page 134 Section 300~installation Chapter 6. Double-Cabinet Systems two-cabinet systems, DBS 96 tu DBS 96 DBS 96 (Slave) EC2 EC3 EC7 EC8 DBS 96 (Master) EC2 EC3 EC4 EC5 ECt *See “Tl Interface” on page 4-l 1 for EGTRK port numbers for Tl. Version 1.1, one MFR is installed in the Master AUX 1, and one MFR is installed in the Slave in the CPC slot and one in AUXl.
  • Page 135: Installation

    Chapter 6. Double-Cabinet Systems Section 300~installation Installation 1. Install the trunk and extension cards according to the layouts shown in the Figures 5-l through 6-6. Note: The port numbers for each slot are fixed. 2. If you are using two MFR cards, cut Strap S3 on the second card. Figure 6-7.
  • Page 136 Section 300~Installation Chapter 6. Double-Cabinet Systems Double-cabinet insWation 4. Connect two 24V power supply cords from the CBL-S card to the 24V and GND terminals on CN2 of the Connector Panel of the slave cabinet. Figure 6-9. CBL-S to Connector Panel connection, si’uve cabinet 6-11 DBS-70-300 DBS Manual - Issued 6/t/95...
  • Page 137 Chapter 6. Double-Cabinet Systems Section 300~Installation 5. Set SW1 on the CBL-M card according to the following table. Table 6-2. CBLM switch settings Switch Settings System Corn binations I DBS72 OFF ON OFF ON ON OFF OFF OFF DBS96 DBS96 OFF ON OFF ON ON OFF OFF OFF DBS96 6-12...
  • Page 138: Chapter 7. Specifications

    Though every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of these specifications, Panasonic does not warrant them in regard to merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. Specifications are subject to change without notice.
  • Page 139 DBS-70-300...
  • Page 140: Electrical Characteristics

    1672 1945 2184 With max. traffic 1106 1515 1474 1843 2212 2253 2621 3031 Table 7-3. Battery backup capacity System Battery Pack Capacity (with maximum traffic) DBS 40 40 minutes 40 minutes 30 minutes DBS Manual - Issued 8/T/95 DBS-70-300...
  • Page 141: Environmental Requirements

    VB-43225 Other key phones DSLT Table 7-6. Dimensions for two-cabinet systems Cabinet Installation DBS 40 + DBS 40 Cabinets installed one above the other 52 x 15 x 9.35 52 x 19.5 x 9.4 (10 in. between) DBS Manual - Issued 8/l/95...
  • Page 142: Resource Maximums

    Section 300~Installation Chapter 7. Specifications Resource Maximums Table 7-7. Trunk and line capacities System Resources Trunk ports Extension ports Expansion ports Trunk/Extension speech nonblocking path switching Notes: *Beginning with CPC-B Version 4, the EC/TRK slot in the slave DBS 72 can be used for trunks or lines.
  • Page 143 Chapter 7. Specifications Section 300~Installation Maximums Resource Conference circuits SCC-A 3 four-party circuits 8 four-party circuits SCC-B with CPC-A and CPC-AI1 3 four-party circuits No. of incoming authorization codes No.of outgoing authrorization codes Hunting No. of stations in a group 1 Area Code table 1 Office Code table 4 Special Area Code tables...
  • Page 144: Table 7-9. Hardware Maximums For Single-cabinet Systems

    Trunk Queuing 1 per station No. of trunk queuing registrations Table 7-9. Hardware maximums for single-cabinet systems Quantity Part No. DBS 72 DBS 40 DBS 96 answerback VB-43220 VB-4322 1 22-key speakerphone V-B -43223 22-key speakerphone with LCD display 22-key speakerphone with large LCD display...
  • Page 145 Chapter 7. Specifications Section 3004nstallation Part No. Description Quantity DBS 72 DBS 96 DBS 10 Phone Options 24-key expansion module (EM24) VB-433 10 72-key DSS/BLF module (DSW72) CPC-A and CPC-AII: 4 VB -43320 CPC-B: 8 (up to 4 can be assigned as DSW72s;...
  • Page 146 Section Zoo-installation Chapter Part No. uantitp j D B S 4 0 lDBS72 iDBS96 / Expansion Connectors VB-43120 Trunk expansion connector VB-43121 Extension expansion connector Door box adaptor 12” VB-4370 1 VB -43705 Door box VB -437 11 Extension-Based Door box adaptor VB-43705 Door box Optional Equipment...
  • Page 147 Section 300~Instailation Table 7-10. Hardware maximums for do&e-cabinet systems Quantity Part No. Description Phones VB-43210 l&key keyphone VB-43220 22-key keyphone VB-4322 1 22-key speakerphone VB-43223 22-key speakerphone w/LCD display 128 144 VB-43225 22-key speakerphone VB-43230 34-key keyphone VB-4323 1 ,34-key kcyphone VB-43233 i34-key keyphone w/ LCD display Phone Options VB -433 10 24-key expansion...
  • Page 148 Section 300~Installation Chapter 7. Specifications Part No. Description Print zd Circuit Cards Call processor card (CPC-A) m-43420 Service circuit card (SCC-A) Service circuit card (SCC-B) trunk card (DID) card (G-TRK/8) JB-43621 JB-43551 1 per 1 per p e r Board (used with Loop Start VB- 43511A 43511A Trunk Card VB-435 11A) 7-11...
  • Page 149 Section 300~Installation Chapter 7. Specifications Part No. Description Quantity Expansion Connectors Trunk connector exp. VB-43120 0” Ext. connector exp. VB-43121 Door box adaptor VB-43705 Door box VB-437 11 VB-43705 Optional Equipment VB-43706 Remote Administration Interface (R-41-A) 1’ Remote Administration VB-43707 Interface (RAI-B) Built-in system backup VB-43130...
  • Page 150: Cabling Specifications

    Section 300~Installation Chapter 7. Specifications Cabling Specifications Table 7-11. Maximum cabling distances Cable Maximum Cabling Loop Type and Resistance Gauge Length in Feet (Distance from the DBS) 40 Ohms Key phone, EM/24 20 Ohms DSSl72 3097 1948 100 Ohms 1225 OPX (Loop between the DBS and the OPX Adaptor) 10 Ohms...
  • Page 151: Communication Parameters

    Section 300~Installation Communication Parameters Channel Overall conununicadons path Table 7-13. Data communications ports Parameters Interface Baud rate Parity Even, odd, or none Stop bit length 1, 1.5, or 2 Data bit length 5, 6,7, or 8 Baud rate 300 (RAI-A) or 300 or 1200 (RAI-B) Stop bit length Data bit length None...
  • Page 152: Signaling Characteristics

    Section 3004nstallation Chapter 7. Specifications Signaling Characteristics Table 7-14. Signaling to CO Item Specification Dial pulse 8 to 11 pulses per second (PPS) Break ratio Minimum pause 1.0 seconds Trunk start Loop or ground start Table 7-15. Signaling le vets Level Item Distortion...
  • Page 153: Tone Characteristics

    Section 3004nstallation Chapter 7. Specifications Tone Characteristics Table 7-17. Tone Plan Timing (seconds) Tone Name Frequency CO Call Tones Programmable CO incoming call 0.5 on/35 off Hold recall 0.5 on/35 off Transfer recall 0.5 on/O.5 off/O.5 on/2.5 off Trunk queuing 1 on/7 off CO ofiook signal 550 Hz...
  • Page 154: Table 7-18. Dtmf Frequencies

    Section 300~installation Chapter 7. Specifications Tone Name Frequency Timing (seconds) 400 Hz Continuous Dial tone 1 on/3 off Ringing 400 Hz 0.5 on/O.5 off 400 Hz Busy Voice mail ringing 16 Hz 2 on/2 off Table 7-18. DTMF frequencies Digit Frequency (Hz) 697 + 1209 697 + 1336...
  • Page 155 7-3 C a r d s guidelines 3-9 see Circuit cards installation 3-9 Channel service unit 4-12 DBS 40 3-10 Circuit cards DBS 72 and 96 3- 11 part numbers 3-9 description 2-9 specifications 7-3 strap S 1 3-7...
  • Page 156 (trunk port) connectors 4-3 1 Double-cabinet systems 6- 1 guidelines 6-3 digital 4-40 DBS 40 + DBS 40 6-4 DBS 72 + DBS 40 6-5 guidelines 4-40 DBS 72 + DBS 72 6-6 installation 4-41 DBS 96 + DBS 40 6-7...
  • Page 157 3 - l desk stand attachment 3- 16 batteries 3-9 desk stand removal 3-15 DBS 40 3-10 wall mounting key phone 3- 13 DBS 72 and 96 3-l 1 mount adaptor removal 3- 13...
  • Page 158 Index Section 300~Installation see Extensions see Peripheral equipment, OPX maximums 7-5 Overview of system 2-l Local Terminal see Peripheral equipment, local terminal Loop-start trunks 4-7 Paging guidelines 4-7 see Peripheral equipment, Paging installation 4-7 Part numbers VA-43703 5- 19 Maximums cabling distances 7- 13 V-B-43030 l-3 double-cabinet systems 6-3...
  • Page 159 3-4 DSLT 3-153-16 key phones 3- 13 mount adaptor removal 3- 13 mount adaptor replacement 3- 14 Water exposure l-6 Weight of system 7-4 Panasonic Telephone Systems See More www.voicesonic.com Panasonic Manuals Phone 877-289-2829 DBS Manual - Issued 8/l/95...

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