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Telecommunication Systems Division
Digital Business Telephone Solutions
Installation and Maintenance
Manual
Software Release 3.1
Software Release 4.1
Software Release 4.1
and ACD
May 1999

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    726+,%$ Telecommunication Systems Division Digital Business Telephone Solutions Installation and Maintenance Manual Software Release 3.1 Software Release 4.1 Software Release 4.1 and ACD May 1999...

  • Page 2: Packaging And Storage

    DK40i Installation This chapter explains how to install the Strata DK40i system. It includes information on site requirements, wiring diagrams, and step-by-step instructions on how to install the unit(s), the ground wiring, AC power cabling, reserve power (battery backup) cabling, and PCB cabling. Inspection 1.

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    3-4.) This eliminates interference from branch circuit motor noise or the like, and to prevent accidental power-off. To avoid accidental power turn-off, Toshiba recommends that you do not use an ON/ OFF wall switch on this dedicated AC circuit. For the Strata DK40i, a reserve power source (two customer-supplied 12-volt batteries) may be connected to the system to serve as a power failure backup.

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    Next to television, radio, office automation, or high frequency equipment ♦ If reserve power is to be installed for the Strata DK40i, the batteries will require a well-ventilated location close (within nine feet) to the DKSUB40 (the optional Toshiba-supplied battery cable is nine feet in length). Table 3-1...

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    DK40i Installation AC Power and Grounding Requirements AC Power and Grounding Requirements The DK40i requires a solid earth ground for proper operation. The AC power cord contains a conductor for the “third-wire ground” provided by Ground 1 Third Wire Ground To AC Power Cord the commercial power outlet.

  • Page 6: Prior To Installation

    Figure 3-3). KSU Mounting Considerations The Base KSU and the optional Expansion KSU are both designed to be mounted on a wall or other vertical surface. Toshiba recommends using method 1 or 2 (see Figure 3-4). Prior to Installation 1. Loosen the screws on the front cover and the side cover of the Base KSU, remove the covers...

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    DK40i Installation KSU Mounting Considerations 6. The TCOU or TDDU cards have a green and yellow wire with a two-prong spade on the end. Slip the spade under the second screw from the right on the power supply (see Figure 3-7).

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    DK40i Installation KSU Mounting Considerations TPSU16 Circuit Breaker Reset Procedure Case 1 If the AC and DC LEDs on the TPSU16 power supply in the Strata DK40i Base KSU do not light, even though the AC power plug is inserted into the wall outlet and the TPSU16 DC power switch is turned on, the AC overvoltage circuit breaker may have opened.

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    DK40i Installation KSU Mounting Considerations Mounting the Base KSU WARNING! To prevent electrical shock, make sure the power supply switch is turned OFF. ➤ To mount the Base KSU 1. Place the Base KSU on the desired location on the mounting surface and mark the location of the four screw holes (there is one on each corner).

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    DK40i Installation KSU Mounting Considerations Mounting the Expansion KSU For purposes of identification, the labels appear on the boxes and Expansion KSUs Important! (see Table 3-2). Table 3-2 Expansion Unit Labels DK40i DK40 DK16e DK16 Expansion Unit Box Labels DKSUBI40A DKSUB40A DKSUBT16A DKSUB16A...

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    DK40i Installation KSU Mounting Considerations Method 1 Method 2 Plaster Stud Board Hard Board Plaster Board Stud (1/2 Inch Plywood) Expansion Expansion Base KSU Base KSU 1614 Figure 3-4 KSU Wall Mounting Cover Screws (6) POWER Base Cover Side Cover Six cover screws to be removed before mounting...

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    KSU Mounting Considerations POWER SUPPLY ASSEMBLY TPSU16A Reserve Power MODEL INPUT: AC127V 2.2A 60 HZ OUTPUT: -27.3V 2.8A. -27.3V 0.2A V. 1A 1996-05 00001 TOSHIBA CORPORATION Battery Jack DC POWER MADE IN -24 Volt Circuit WARNING Hazardous voltage inside! Breakers If servicing required remove A.

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    DK40i Installation KSU Mounting Considerations FG Screw Optional with TCOU (provides Caller ID) TC1U2A Install a TCOU, TBSU or TDDU here TDDU1A 3796 TBSU1A Figure 3-7 CO Line Board Installation into DK40i Base KSU 3-12 Strata DK I&M 5/99...

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    DK40i Installation KSU Mounting Considerations AC Power Cord Do not route power cord with other cords. Modular Connector Self-Adhesive Rubber Pad Supplied in plastic bag with Base KSU. Amphenol Tie Wrap Clamp RCA Plug Supplied in Tie Wrap plastic bag Amphenol Holder with Base KSU.

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    DK40i Installation KSU Mounting Considerations Base KSU Hinge Mount TB1 (FG2) Expansion KSU Green/Yellow FG2 Wire and Plug (From Expansion KSU – Plugs into TB1 of Base KSU) Ribbon Connector Lock Safety Lock (Supplied with Expansion KSU) Ribbon Cable (from Expansion KSU – Plugs into Expansion Connector (P3) of Base KSU) 2162 Figure 3-9...

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    POWER SUPPLY ASSEMBLY TPSU16A MODEL PULL INPUT: AC127V 2.2A 60 HZ OUTPUT: -27.3V 2.8A. -27.3V 0.2A LOCK V. 1A 1996-05 00001 TOSHIBA CORPORATION DC POWER MADE IN WARNING PUSH UNLOCK Hazardous voltage inside! If servicing required remove A. C. plug.

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    DK40i Installation KSU Mounting Considerations Expansion KSU Slot Lock Slot label Lock Side Cover 4242 Figure 3-11 Expansion KSU Slot Lock The DK16e Expansion Cabinet can be used on the DK40i Base Unit. The DK16e and DK40i Expansion Cabinet slot labels are different from the Program 03 slot numbers. Table 3-3 provides the slot labels and Program 03 slot numbers.

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    A reserve power source (two customer supplied 12-volt batteries) can be connected to the DK40i power supply to ensure uninterrupted system operation in the event of a power failure. A pre- assembled interface cable for installation of the Reserve Power option is available from Toshiba (PBTC-3M), see Figure 3-12.

  • Page 19: Reserve Power Installation

    DK40i Installation Power Failure Emergency Transfer Option Reserve Power Installation 1. Connect the PBTC-3M black jumper wire from the positive terminal of one 12VDC battery to the negative terminal of the second 12VDC battery. See Figure 3-12. 2. Ensure that a serviceable 10-ampere fuse is installed in the in-line fuse holder of the PBTC- 3M battery cable.

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    Figure 3-14). POWER SUPPLY ASSEMBLY TPSU16A MODEL INPUT: AC127V 2.2A 60 HZ OUTPUT: -27.3V 2.8A. -27.3V 0.2A V. 1A 1996-05 00001 TOSHIBA CORPORATION DC POWER MADE IN WARNING Hazardous voltage inside! -24V If servicing required -24V remove A. C. plug.

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    DK40i Installation Power Supply Removal and Replacement 3. Unplug the FG2 plug from the Expansion KSU ground wire. 4. Unplug the DC cable from the DC OUT connector (P16). 5. Remove the FG screw from left side of power supply to free FG wire/terminal and building ground wire.

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    KKYS Automated Attendant K5RCU or K4RCU3 Toshiba recommends installing the Base KSU option PCBs, K5RCU2, K5RCU or K4RCU3 and/ or KSTU2, before mounting the Base KSU on the wall. Install the Expansion KSU per Page 3-9, then install the Expansion KSU option PCBs.

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    Page 2-3 for a list of PCBs supported by the DK40i Expansion KSU and Chapter 7 – DK40i/ DK424 Universal Slot PCBs for detailed descriptions/installation instructions.) Toshiba recommends that PCBs which support electronic, digital or wireless telephones be installed into slots 15 and 16 because slots 17 and 18 cannot support speaker Off-hook Call Announce (OCA) or Data Interface Units (DIUs) or more than 8 wireless handsets.

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    DK40i Installation Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Installation K4RCU3, K5RCU and K5RCU2 DTMF Receiver/ABR Tone Detector Unit System: DK40i Base KSU Circuits per PCB: K4RCU3: four DTMF receivers and four ABR busy tone detectors K5RCU, K5RCU2: five DTMF receivers and five ABR busy tone detectors. Interfaces with: automatic busy redial (ABR) interprets DTMF tones...

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    DK40i Installation Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Installation K4RCU3, K5RCU or K5RCU2 KKYS Connector 2165 Figure 3-15 Auto Busy Redial/DTMF Receiver Board (K4RCU3, K5RCU or K5RCU2) Installation KKYS Auto Attendant System: DK40i Base KSU Circuits per PCB: Interfaces with: optional built-in auto attendant Older Version(s): none The KKYS installs onto the K5RCU2 card in the Base KSU.

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    DK40i Installation Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Installation KSTU2 Four-circuit Standard Telephone Interface Unit System: DK40i Base KSU Circuits per PCB: four standard telephone circuits Interfaces with: standard telephones (no message waiting) other single-line devices alternate BGM source (circuit 4) fax machine voice mail devices Older Version(s): KSTU1 (not compatible with DK40i–KSTU2 is compatible with DK16 and DK40i)

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    DK40i Installation Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Installation Program 10-2: Not required for Background Music (BGM) connection. Program 19: BGM connection to KSTU2 Port 11. CAUTION! Port numbers in the Expansion KSU shift by four ports if KSTU2 or TDDU is installed (or removed after it is installed).

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    DK40i Installation Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Installation Table 3-5 KSTU2 Controls and Interface Connectors Control/Indicator/Connector Type of Component Description Sets ring generator voltage level for all circuits: Ring voltage jumper plug SW1 3-terminal jumper H = 190V P-P L = 130V P-P Connects to P4 connector on the Connector cable P504 Cable...

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    DK40i Installation Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Installation TCIU Caller ID System: DK40i Base KSU (mounts on TCOU) Circuits per PCB: four caller ID circuits Interfaces with: caller ID loop start CO lines Older Version(s): none To receive Caller ID, a TCIU2 circuit must be available to each line. (See Figure 3-20.) To prevent system malfunction, do not install TCIU1 in the DK40i system.

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    DK40i Installation Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Installation Note When a CO line rings multiple stations, a station must be the owner of the Caller ID or ANI CO line to be able to save abandoned call (Caller ID and/or ANI) telephone numbers. (See Program *52.) Program *52: Assigns stations as owners of Caller ID CO lines.

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    DK40i Installation Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Installation TCOU Four-circuit Loop Start CO Line Board System: DK40i Base KSU (mounts on KSU TMAU) Circuits per PCB: four loop start CO line circuits Interfaces with: loop start lines Older Version(s): none The optional TCOU PCB installs onto the TMAU motherboard. (See Figure 3-21 Table 3-7 for information on controls, indicators and connectors.)

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    DK40i Installation Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Installation TCOU Programming Program 03: Code 11 is specified automatically when TCOU is installed. Program 10-1: Enables or disables line-to-line Conference and Direct Inward System Access (DISA). Program 15: Assigns DTMF/Dial Pulse dialing, DISA, and additional attributes to each line. Automatic Release (AR) assignments only need to be made for loop start lines;...

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    DK40i Installation Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Installation P120 1447 Figure 3-21 DK40i Loop Start CO Line Board (TCOU) Table 3-7 TCOU Controls, Indicators, and Connectors Control/Indicator/Connector Type of Component Description CO line connectors 1~4 Modular connector Interface connector for CO line circuits. Modular connector Power Failure Telephone Interface PAD switch SW202, SW302,...

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    DK40i Installation Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Installation TDDU Four-circuit DID Line Digital Telephone Interface Unit System: DK40i Base KSU (mounts on KSU TMAU) Circuits per PCB: four DID line circuits Interfaces with: DID lines Older Version(s): none The optional TDDU PCB installs onto the TMAU motherboard. (See Figure 3-22 Table 3-8 for information on controls, indicators and connectors and...

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    DK40i Installation Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Installation Assigns Immediate or Wink start to DID lines and auto camp-on and no-dial tone return ♦ for DID lines. Assigns DID lines to route per DNIS and ANI options (Program 71 and 72) or DID ♦...

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    DK40i Installation Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Installation TDDU1A DID4 SW401 DID3 SW402 SW301 DID2 SW302 SW201 DID1 SW202 SW101 1349 SW102 PAD Switches CO Line Circuits (SW101 ~ 401) (DID1 ~ 4) 2-terminal Jumper Plugs Figure 3-22 DK40i DID CO Line Board (TDDU) Table 3-8 TDDU Controls, Indicators, and Connectors Control/Indicator/Connector...

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    DK40i Installation Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Installation TSIU Serial Interface Board System: DK40i Base KSU (plugs into KSU main PCB) Circuits per PCB: two TTY/RS-232 interface ports Interfaces with: SMDR connection for call accounting device customer-provided external modem for local/remote maintenance from a PC with DK Admin Older Version(s): none...

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    DK40i Installation Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Installation Program 76-2X-Z: Assigns each installed TSIU port to operate at a specified transmission rate. Where X identifies the TSIU Port number (1, 2). Z identifies the TSIU/port transmission rate in bits-per-second (bps): Z=1; 9600 ♦...

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    BGM source, off- RSTU2 7-53 Interface Unit premises stations, Toshiba voice mail (Stratagy, Stratagy DK or VP), digital announcement devices for the optional built-in auto attendant feature and customer-supplied voice mail devices. Supports Digital Wireless Handsets: same as PDKU, except no...

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    DK40i Installation Loop Limits Loop Limits This section provides the maximum loop lengths for connection of telephones, lines, peripheral equipment, and power supplies. The following information applies to only the Strata DK40i system (see Table 3-10). Diagrams that are applicable to all systems, including the DK40i, can be found in Chapter 8 –...

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    DK40i Installation DK40i Secondary Protection DK40i Secondary Protection The following diagram (see Figure 3-24) shows where secondary protectors must be installed for outside wiring. Building #1 Building #2 HESB PSTU/KSTU2 Standard RSTU/RSTU2 Telephone RDSU/RSTS HDSS or Electronic or DDSS Digital Telephone DK40i Base Console KSU DKT...

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    DK40i Installation MDF Wiring Diagrams MDF Wiring Diagrams Wiring diagrams for the DK40i (listed below) are shown in Figures 3-25~3-27. MDF Wiring to KSU & Amphenol Station and Relay Connectors (KSTU2) ♦ MDF Wiring to CO Lines and Digital Telephones (KCDU) ♦...

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    DK40i Installation MDF Wiring Diagrams CO LINE CABLING BRIDGING NETWORK CLIPS 6 5 4 3 2 1 KCDU 2 3 4 5 CO2 LED CO1 LED MODULAR CORD 66M150 SPLIT BLOCK CO1+2 KCDU NETWORK JACK: RJ14C MODULAR FIC: 02LS2 PIN-OUT JACK STATION CABLING TO KCDU...

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    DK40i Installation MDF Wiring Diagrams RJ14C/RJ11 Network Bridging Modular Jacks Clips Modular Cords or CO4/TCIU4 or CO3/TCIU3 or CO2/TCIU2 or CO1/TCIU1 TCOU Only TCOU TDDU Network Jack RJ11 RJ11 02LS2 02RV2-T Power Failure Standard Telephone 1680 66M150 SPLIT BLOCK Figure 3-27 MDF Wiring to CO Lines (TCOU and TDDU) 3-43 Strata DK I&M 5/99...

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    DK40i Installation MDF Wiring Diagrams 3-44 Strata DK I&M 5/99...

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