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  • Page 1

    • To use the IntraMail enhancements provided by software versions 03.2*.** and higher, you must use the NEC IntraMail Utility version 1.2 to upgrade your Intra- Mail CompactFlash card. If you don’t upgrade your card, the new features will not 3.

  • Page 2

    This manual has been developed by NEC Unified Solutions, Inc. It is intended for the use of its customers and service personnel, and should be read in its entirety before attempting to install or program the system. Any comments or suggestions for improving this manual would be appreciated.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Expanded Database ..........1-2 Default Numbering in DS1000 ....... . 1-2 System Load Factor Calculations.

  • Page 4

    Resetting Your System ..........5-5 ii ◆ Table of Contents DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 5

    Index ..............Index-1 Table of Contents ◆ iii DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 6

    Table of Contents iv ◆ Table of Contents DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 7: Section 1: Installation Basics

    — and provides enough room for you to comfortably work. Figure 1-1 Installation Layout on page 1-5 shows you about how much space your system requires. System Configuration Using the factory installed default configuration, your DS1000 system provides: Base Expansion...

  • Page 8: Expanded Database

    The secondary station’s extension number calls the second channel on 2-channel devices such as 2-OPX Modules and Digital VANGARD Voice Mail ports. Default Numbering in DS1000 Here is how the ports, station numbers, trunk numbers, and extension numbers are initially set up:...

  • Page 9: System Load Factor Calculations

    System Load Factor Calculations The combination of extensions, 2-OPX Modules, and DSS Consoles you can connect to your system may be limited by the System Load Factor. Use the DS1000 System Load Factor Calculations chart to verify your system’s configuration.

  • Page 10: Single Line Telephone Ren Limitations

    REN is 4 or less. Note: A REN of 1 is the normal for an industry standard 2500 set with electromechanical ringer. Many phones with electronic ringers have significantly lower RENs. 1-4 ◆ Section 1: Installation Basics DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 11: Installing The Cabinet

    • Do not plug in the 25-pair extension cable with power applied. Plywood backboard Trunk/AUX RJ-25C Jacks Station Blocks To telco ground Dedicated AC Outlet Surge Protector Figure 1-1: Installation Layout Section 1: Installation Basics ◆ 1-5 DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 12: Removing The Cover

    Screw suitable fasteners 11 3/16” apart in a convenient location on the MDF. Be sure to leave the fas- teners “backed out” about 3/16” from the MDF backboard. Hang the cabinet as shown. 11 - 3/16" Figure 1-3: Hanging the Cabinet 1-6 ◆ Section 1: Installation Basics DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 13: Grounding The Cabinet

    The Expansion Board provides an additional 3 analog trunks, 8 digital extensions, 4 analog extensions and 1 analog door box. With the expansion board installed, the capacity of your system is 6 analog trunks, 16 digi- tal extensions, 8 analog extensions, and 2 analog door boxes. Section 1: Installation Basics ◆ 1-7 DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 14: Power Supply Ac Input Fuses

    Be sure your system’s power cord is unplugged. Using a commercially-available fuse puller, carefully remove the blown fuse(s). Replace the blown fuse only with the following type: Bussman P/N GMA3.15 3.15A @ 125 volt 5 x 20 mm 1-8 ◆ Section 1: Installation Basics DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 15: Installing And Replacing The Battery

    Following Figure 1-6, gently push down on the battery and remove it. Replace the battery with a Sony CR2032 3 Volt Lithium cell battery or equivalent. (This battery is available from NEC as P/N EX0254-0040.) Verify that the system’s programmed data is intact.

  • Page 16: Installing The Expansion Board

    Be sure to snap the Expansion Board into the plastic standoffs that are supplied with the Expan- sion Board. Replace and resecure the top panel. Figure 1-7: Installing the Expansion Board 1-10 ◆ Section 1: Installation Basics DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 17: Section 2: Trunk And Extension Cabling

    Connecting Door Boxes, Paging, CO 1-3 CO 4-6 Power Failure, and 2-OPX Modules. CO 4-6 CO 1-3 Cross Connect Block RS 232 Extension Block RS-232 25 Pair Cable Figure 2-1: Installation Layout Section 2: Trunk and Extension Cabing ◆ 2-1 DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 18: Trunk And Aux Mod Jacks

    RJ-25C Port 6-Pin WHT-BLU (1T) Designation Mod Jack BLU-WHT (1R) WHT-ORN (2T) ORN-WHT (2R) Latch WHT-GRN (3T) faces up 80200 - 10 GRN-WHT (3R) Figure 2-3: Mod Plug Pinouts 2-2 ◆ Section 2: Trunk and Extension Cabling DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 19: The Extension Block

    320 R VIO-ORN 321 T ORN-VIO 321 R VIO-GRN 322 T GRN-VIO 322 R VIO-BRN 323 T BRN-VIO 323 R VIO-SLT SLT-VIO 80200 - 5 Figure 2-4: Extension Assignments Section 2: Trunk and Extension Cabling ◆ 2-3 DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 20

    The Extension Block 2-4 ◆ Section 2: Trunk and Extension Cabling DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 21: Section 3: Connecting Trunks And Extensions

    BLUE BLUE From To CO 1-3 Telco RJ-11C on DS1000 Cabinet BLUE From Telco RJ-11C BLUE From Telco RJ-11C (Connections for CO 1-3 shown) Figure 3-1: Connecting Analog Trunks Section 3: Connecting Trunks and Extensions ◆ 3-1 DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 22: Connecting Extensions

    You don’t have to individually set keyset circuit types in 1801 - Exten- sion Circuit Type. One-Pair Cross Connect BLU-WHT WHT-BLU Cross Station Connect Block Block Figure 3-2: Connecting Extensions 3-2 ◆ Section 3: Connecting Trunks and Extensions DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 23: Power Up The System

    After a brief interval, the system will start and the power LED will flash slowly (green). Power Switch Figure 3-3: Power Switch Figure 3-4: Power LED and Mode Switch Section 3: Connecting Trunks and Extensions ◆ 3-3 DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 24: Finishing The Installation

    To reinstall the cover (Figure 3-5): Slide the cover onto the Main Equipment Cabinet as shown. Slide the cover button to LOCK. Push button to "LOCK" position Figure 3-5: Reinstalling the Cover 3-4 ◆ Section 3: Connecting Trunks and Extensions DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 25: Section 4: Optional Equipment

    Plug a 6-conductor line cord into the AUDIO jack on the cabinet and into the Audio modular jack. BLUE Page T Page Output Page R Music T Music Input Music R To AUDIO in DS1000 cabinet Figure 4-1: Installing External Paging Section 4: Optional Equipment ◆ 4-1 DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 26: External Paging Relay Control

    - In 0203 - UNA Ringing Option, specify the type of External Paging ringing for each trunk (0=None, 1=Ring always, 2=Ring at night only, 3=Delay ring). Refer to Paging in the DS1000/2000 Software Manual (P/N 80000SWG**) for more on these features. 4-2 ◆ Section 4: Optional Equipment...

  • Page 27: Analog Door Box

    Connect the BLK and YEL lugs on the Door Box 2 modular jack to the relay that controls the door strike associated with Analog Door Box 2 (325). Also see Programming the Door Box on page 4-4 and Operating the Door Box on page 4-5. Section 4: Optional Equipment ◆ 4-3 DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 28: Programming The Door Box

    In 1801 - Relay Owner, for the Door Box extension (324 or 325): - Enter 1 to have the Door Box control Door 1 relays. - Enter 2 to have the Door Box control Door 2 relays. 4-4 ◆ Section 4: Optional Equipment DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 29: Operating The Door Box

    Group as well as any extension with a Call Coverage Key for the Door Box Ring Group. To open the relay, press FLASH key or OPEN soft key. To close the relay, press FLASH key again or CLOSE soft key. Section 4: Optional Equipment ◆ 4-5 DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 30: Music Source

    ● In 1003 - MOH Source, enter 1 (for external) + VOL ▲ You can optionally enter 2 for a low pitched internal tone; 3 for a high pitched internal tone. 4-6 ◆ Section 4: Optional Equipment DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 31: Power Failure Telephone

    While your system is powered up, your Power Failure Telephone is extension 316. BLUE Power Failure Telephone To PFT/MDM in DS1000 cabinet WHT-BLU BLU-WHT Modular Jack Power Failure Telephone Figure 4-4: Connecting a Power Failure Telephone Section 4: Optional Equipment ◆ 4-7 DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 32: Dss Console

    Program the DSS Console's keys. Refer to the Software Manual on your System Document CD for additional programming details. To 625 Modular Jack DSS Console Keyset Figure 4-5: Installing a 24-Button DSS Console 4-8 ◆ Section 4: Optional Equipment DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 33

    DSS Console To 625 Modular Jack DSS Console Keyset Figure 4-6: Installing a 110-Button DSS Console Section 4: Optional Equipment ◆ 4-9 DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 34: 2-opx Module

    The DS1 LED on the 2-OPX Module lights steadily. One-Pair Cross-Connect WHT-BLU BLU-WHT Station Cross Modular Block Connect Jack Block 2-OPX Module 14 AWG from FG lug to known Earth Ground Figure 4-7: Connecting the 2-OPX Module 4-10 ◆ Section 4: Optional Equipment DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 35: Programming 2-opx Modules

    To set up the 2-OPX Module secondary station: ● In 9902 - Set Up Stations (DS1000), assign an unused station number (e.g., 27) to the 2-OPX Module secondary station. (If you use station 27, the secondary station’s extension number will be 326.) Refer to 9902 - Set Up Stations (DS1000) in the Software Manual on the System Document CD that came with your system for more.

  • Page 36: Wall-mount Kit

    Place the telephone on top of the wall-mount bracket and snap into place. Run cord through slot To wall jack Tab on phone must snap into cutout on wall mount bracket Figure 4-10: Installing the Wall-Mount Bracket 4-12 ◆ Section 4: Optional Equipment DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 37

    While pressing in the tabs, lift up the phone until it snaps clear of the wall-mount bracket. Press down tabs on phone and pull bracket in direction of arrows Figure 4-12: Removing the Wall-Mount Bracket Section 4: Optional Equipment ◆ 4-13 DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 38: Desk Stand

    Flip up each telephone leg into the low position. Push out the leg extender. Slide the extender up, then down until it locks in place as shown at right. 80000 - 46 Figure 4-13: Using the Desk Stand 4-14 ◆ Section 4: Optional Equipment DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 39: Rej Recording Jack

    Reassemble the telephone, plug in the handset, and reconnect the line cord. Using an audio cable, connect the REJ to the amplifier’s mono AUX input. To connect to a stereo AUX input, use a commercially available mono-to-stereo splitter cable. Section 4: Optional Equipment ◆ 4-15 DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 40

    REJ Recording Jack Red wire To mono AUX input on amplifier Figure 4-14: Installing the REJ 4-16 ◆ Section 4: Optional Equipment DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 41: Keyset Self Test

    This test also shows the telephone’s firmware. Dial then any other key to test the key. Press and dial to exit and restart the telephone. Section 4: Optional Equipment ◆ 4-17 DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 42

    Keyset Self Test 4-18 ◆ Section 4: Optional Equipment DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 43: Section 5: Maintenance Options And Smdr

    The DS-Series Update Utility and software update files are available on the web at http://ws1.necii/ds2000. RS-232 Port DB9M COM PORT P/N 85980 Mod 8 Patch Cord Figure 5-1: Connecting a PC or Laptop Section 5: Maintenance Options and SMDR ◆ 5-1 DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 44: Testing The Connection

    SMDR report only include the call data (without the header). ● 1001: Print SMDR Enter Y to have the SMDR report include calls on the trunk. Enter N to have the SMDR report exclude calls on the trunk. 5-2 ◆ Section 5: Maintenance Options and SMDR DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 45: Modem Installation

    If history doesn’t output correctly, press Ctrl + Break on the remote PC to toggle through the available CPU baud rates. To trunk P/N 85981 RS-232 Port Mod 8 Modem Power Patch Cord Supply Figure 5-2: Connecting a Modem Section 5: Maintenance Options and SMDR ◆ 5-3 DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 46: Making Your Own Data Cables

    Latch faces down Mod-8 DB-9 Mod-8 DB-25 Mod-8 Mod-8 Mod-8 to 25-Pin Connector Mod-8 to 9-Pin Connector for Modem Connection for PC/Laptop Connection Figure 5-3: Making Your Own Data Cables 5-4 ◆ Section 5: Maintenance Options and SMDR DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 47: System Reset

    RUN. RUN/LOAD Following the illustration below, press the red reset switch. Your system will automatically restart. RUN/LOAD Reset Switch Switch Figure 5-4: Resetting Your System Section 5: Maintenance Options and SMDR ◆ 5-5 DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 48: Database Transfer Utility

    Database Transfer Utility About the Database Transfer Utility The Database Transfer Utility allows you to transfer the contents of one DS1000 system (called the source) to another DS1000 system (called the destination). All programming is transferred, including user-set options such as Personal Speed Dial, Distinctive Ringing and custom Volume/Contrast Control settings.

  • Page 49: Important Database Transfer Utility Notes

    - Connect the wires to the mod jack pins as follows. All other pins must be unterminated: Figure 5-6: The RJ-61X Plug ● When transferring data between systems that have different software levels, use the DS1000/2000 Upgrade Table (P/N 80000UPG**) to verify the settings of the new options installed after upgrade. ●...

  • Page 50

    While Database Transfer is in Flashes briefly red, then flashes Flashes briefly green, the alter- progress: green. nately flashes red and green. When Database Transfer Flashes red/green. Flashes slowly green. completes: 5-8 ◆ Section 5: Maintenance Options and SMDR DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 51: Specifications

    8 (7 and All Call) Page Audio Output: Music Input: Conference Circuits: Conference circuits dynamically allocated, with 8 parties max. per Conference. REJ Recording Jack Units: 1 max. per 34-Button or Super Display Telephone. Section 6: Specifications and Parts ◆ 6-1 DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 52

    Electrical Specifications Power Supply: 120 VAC + 10% @ 50-60 Hz Output Power: 35 W Input Current: 550 mA 66 VA Kwh: .066 KwH BTU: 225 BU Grounding Requirements: 12 AWG 6-2 ◆ Section 6: Specifications and Parts DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 53

    110-Button DSS Console: 7 7/8” 8 3/4” 2 3/4” 1 lb 6 oz Analog Door Box: 3 3/4” 1” 5” 6 oz 2-OPX Module: 9 3/8” 7 3/8” 1 1/4” 3 lbs Section 6: Specifications and Parts ◆ 6-3 DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 54

    FCC Part 15 Registration: Class A FCC Registration Number: NIFMUL-43095-KF-E NIFMUL-43096-MF-E Industry Canada Certificate (DOC) Number: 140-10893 A Reg. Status Mfrs. Port ID Network Jacks Original 02LS2 80200 REN 0.6B RJ11C 6-4 ◆ Section 6: Specifications and Parts DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 55

    2-wire 24 AWG 12,000 at constant 20 mA 2-wire 22 AWG 16,000 at constant 20 mA Analog Door Box 2-wire 24 AWG 2-wire 22 AWG 2-OPX Module 2-wire 24 AWG 1000 Section 6: Specifications and Parts ◆ 6-5 DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 56: Parts List

    2-OPX Module (Discontinued) 92177A Common Equipment Part Number Description DS1000 3 x 8 x 4 Cabinet 80200A DS1000 3 x 8 x 4 Expansion Board 80221 DB9 to Mod-8 Adaptor 85980 DB25 to Mod-8 Adaptor 85981 Database Transfer Cable 80228 6-6 ◆...

  • Page 57

    25’ Handset Coil Cord 92297-25 7’ Telephone Line Cord 82476-7 14’ Telephone Line Cord 82476-14 Wall Mount Handset Clip Holder 80578 Modem (CNET CN5614XR) 85862D Replacement Battery for DS1000 Cabinet EX0254-0040 Section 6: Specifications and Parts ◆ 6-7 DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 58

    Parts List 6-8 ◆ Section 6: Specifications and Parts DS1000 Hardware Manual...

  • Page 59: Index

    Music on Hold Programming . . . Door Box Setup . . . Music Source Installation . . . DS1000 Database Transfer Utility . . . DSS Console . . . DSS Console Programming . . . Operating the Door Box .

  • Page 60

    . . . Replacing the Battery . . . Replacing the Fuses . . . Resetting Your System . . . Single Line Telephone REN Limitations, DS1000 . . . Site Requirements . . . SMDR . . . SMDR Programming .

  • Page 61

    NEC Unified Solutions, Inc. 4 Forest Parkway, Shelton, CT 06484 Tel: 800-365-1928 Fax: 203-926-5458 www.necunifiedsolutions.com Other Important Telephone Numbers Sales: ........203-926-5450 Customer Service: .

  • Page 62

    NEC Unified Solutions, Inc. 4 Forest Parkway, Shelton, CT 06484 TEL: 203-926-5400 FAX: 203-929-0535 February 5, 2005 *80200INS05* www.necunifiedsolutions.com Printed in U.S.A. 80200INS05...

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