Samsung DS 616 Technical Manual

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DS 616
TECHNICAL MANUAL
T A B L E
I N S TA L L AT I O N S E C T I O N
PART
DESCRIPTION
1
SITE REQUIREMENTS
2
INSTALLATION OF BASIC KSU
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
3
INSTALLING OPTION BOARDS AND TRUNK CARDS
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
4
POWER UP PROCEDURES
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
O F
............................................................................1.1
UNPACKING AND INSPECTION ................................................ 2.1
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION AND CAPACITY.............................. 2.1
MOUNTING THE KSU................................................................. 2.2
GROUNDING .............................................................................. 2.2
MDF CABLING ............................................................................ 2.4
POWER CONNECTIONS ............................................................ 2.5
EXTERNAL BATTERY CONNECTION ........................................ 2.6
SELECTING OPTIONS ON THE BASIC KSU .............................. 2.7
2.8.1 MEMORY BACKUP SELECTION ...................................... 2.7
2.8.2 MUSIC SOURCE SELECTION .......................................... 2.7
SERIAL INTERFACE OPTION BOARD........................................ 3.1
3.1.1 SIO-2 OPTION BOARD .................................................... 3.1
AA OPTION BOARD - AA24 ........................................................ 3.2
S3TRK CARD .............................................................................. 3.2
S6TRK CARD .............................................................................. 3.2
CONNECT POWER TO THE SYSTEM ........................................ 4.1
POWERING UP THE SYSTEM .................................................... 4.2
POWER UP PROBLEMS ............................................................. 4.2
MEMORY LED INDICATIONS ..................................................... 4.2
DEFAULT TRUNK AND STATION NUMBERING ......................... 4.3
TABLE OF CONTENTS JUNE 2002
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  • Page 1

    HOME PAGE DS 616 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL TABLE OF CONTENTS JUNE 2002 Table of Contents T A B L E C O N T E N T S I N S TA L L AT I O N S E C T I O N...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents DS 616 SYSTEM CABLING SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ............. 5.1 SYSTEM CABLING ..............5.1 DS 616 DISTRIBUTION FRAME CIRCUIT ALLOCATION .... 5.2 5.3.1 TRUNK CARD/DLI PORT CONNECTIONS ...... 5.2 RJ45-SINGLE LINE TELEPHONE CONNECTIONS ....5.3 CONNECTING STATION AND OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ............. 6.1 KEYSETS ..................

  • Page 3: Installation Warnings

    HOME PAGE DS 616 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL WARNINGS JUNE 2002 Table of Contents INSTALLATION WARNINGS SAFETY PRECAUTIONS To limit the risk of personal injury, always follow these precautions before connecting TELCO circuits: a. Never install telephone wiring during a lightning storm.

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    HOME PAGE DS 616 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL WARNINGS JUNE 2002 Table of Contents a. Provided with current limitations maximum ! ! ! ! overcurrent protection for telecommunication circuits. b. Reference to the specific power supply or current limiting device provided with the product c.

  • Page 5: Cable Requirements

    PART 1 JUNE 2002 Table of Contents PART 1. SITE REQUIREMENTS When planning the installation of the DS 616 choose a site that meets the following requirements: Select a location for the key service unit (KSU) that has enough space for easy...

  • Page 6

    HOME PAGE DS 616 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 1 JUNE 2002 Table of Contents 12 7/16” Digital Communications 18 3/8" System 4 1/2” MAIN CABINET AND FIGURE 1–1 UNIT DIMENSIONS...

  • Page 7: Unpacking And Inspection, System Configuration And Capacity

    • AC Power cord 2.2 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION AND CAPACITY The DS 616 system consists of the Basic Key Service Unit (KSU), option boards, trunk interface cards, interface modules, and digital keysets. The KSU is a single metal cabinet with a basic configuration of 16 station ports: twelve (12) keyset ports and four (4) SLT (Single Line Telephone) ports.

  • Page 8: Mounting The Ksu

    2.3 MOUNTING THE KSU (Figure 2–1) The DS 616 KSU must be wall-mounted in a vertical position. The KSU should be mounted on a plywood backboard at least 5/8” thick. If the KSU is to be mounted on a wall with no plywood backboard, it should be mounted on a section of wall capable of holding the weight of the system and cables (approximately 11 lbs.

  • Page 9

    The DS 616 system requires that a supplementary (see below) earth ground be connected to the system. This is the preferred method of grounding the DS 616. It has been observed that the third wire ground may be inferior or can contain noise that may prevent the digital data bus from canceling out noise.

  • Page 10: Mdf Cabling

    DS 616 system. The DS 616 system has two ground reference points. One point is via the green wire in the power cord connected to the AC power outlet. This ground connection is provided to meet local electrical codes when the AC ground is required to be common with the earth ground.

  • Page 11: Power Connections

    • POWER SUPPLY UNIT The SPSU1 is the power supply for the DS 616 KSU. The power supply is permanently installed in the KSU, and is protected by a metal cover. The power supply should only be removed by a qualified service personnel.

  • Page 12: External Battery Connection

    –48VDC to power the system). The SPSU1 provides -56VDC at 0.4 amperes charging current (i.e. when AC power is present) which allows for float charging from the DS 616 to emergency backup batteries. The DS 616 can also run without AC power on a –...

  • Page 13: Music Source Selection

    American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) or another similar organization if copyrighted music is transmitted through the Music on Hold feature. Samsung Telecommunications America, Inc. hereby disclaims any liability arising out of failure to obtain such a license.

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    HOME PAGE DS 616 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 2 JUNE 2002 Table of Contents ATTACHING MOUNTING BRACKET FIGURE 2–1 TO BACKBOARD...

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    HOME PAGE DS 616 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 2 JUNE 2002 Table of Contents MDF CABLE PATH Bottom View CHAMP CONNECTOR RJ-45 Front View After Removing OPTION the Front Cover POWER SUPPLY From 50-PIN Champ Connector From 8-PIN RJ-45 MDF CABLE DISTRIBUTION...

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    HOME PAGE DS 616 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 2 JUNE 2002 Table of Contents CHAMP CONNECTOR RJ-45 OPTION POWER SUPPLY – + Black BATTERY CONNECTING A SYSTEM FIGURE 2–3 BACKUP BATTERY...

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    HOME PAGE DS 616 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 2 JUNE 2002 Table of Contents Music Source OPTION Memory Backup POWER SUPPLY SELECTING OPTIONS ON FIGURE 2–4 THE BASIC KSU...

  • Page 18: Serial Interface Option Board

    WARNING: Power must be switched OFF before any cards are removed or installed. The DS 616 system has one (1) trunk expansion slot for a trunk card and two (2) option connections for a SIO-2 card and AA card respectively.

  • Page 19: S3trk Card

    HOME PAGE DS 616 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 3 JUNE 2002 Table of Contents The SIO-2 PCB is imprinted with an arrow facing up, on the front (component) side of the PCB. This side should face out when the card is installed. The arrow should be pointing up when the card is installed.

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    HOME PAGE DS 616 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 3 JUNE 2002 Table of Contents OPTION POWER SUPPLY INSTALLING OPTION FIGURE 3–1 BOARDS AND TRUNK CARD...

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    HOME PAGE DS 616 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 3 JUNE 2002 Table of Contents SERIAL AND AA OPTION CARDS FIGURE 3–2...

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    HOME PAGE DS 616 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 3 JUNE 2002 Table of Contents S3TRK CARD FIGURE 3–3...

  • Page 23: S6trk Card

    HOME PAGE DS 616 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 3 JUNE 2002 Table of Contents S6TRK CARD FIGURE 3–4...

  • Page 24: Connect Power To The System

    ON position. The LED’s on the power supply will light steady to confirm the presence of power (green AC & DC LEDs on side of the cabinet). The DS 616 system is shipped with the power supply already fitted to the system. The power supply includes four fuses (Figure 4–2)

  • Page 25: Powering Up The System, Power Up Problems, Memory Led Indications

    HOME PAGE DS 616 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 4 JUNE 2002 Table of Contents 4.2 POWERING UP THE SYSTEM • During the initial installation, disconnect the cables to the MDF. • Verify that the battery switch is OFF. • Power the system ON and check that the green LEDs for AC and DC (above the ON/OFF switch–See Figure 4–1)

  • Page 26: Default Trunk And Station Numbering

    HOME PAGE DS 616 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 4 JUNE 2002 Table of Contents 4.5 DEFAULT TRUNK AND STATION NUMBERING Upon initial power up, the CPU reads the trunk expansion slot for the existence of a card and identifies the type of card. It stores this as the default configuration.

  • Page 27

    HOME PAGE DS 616 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 4 JUNE 2002 Table of Contents AC INPUT POWER CONNECTIONS FIGURE 4–1 TO THE SYSTEM...

  • Page 28

    HOME PAGE DS 616 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 4 JUNE 2002 Table of Contents LOCATION OF POWER SUPPLY FIGURE 4–2 FUSES...

  • Page 29: Safety Precautions

    5.2 SYSTEM CABLING All connections to the DS 616 system are made by the way of a main distribution frame (MDF) except for the 120 VAC power and backup battery. All cabling to and from the MDF should be made using ACA approved 0.4mm or 0.5mm twisted pair cable.

  • Page 30: Ds 616 Distribution Frame Circuit Allocation

    HOME PAGE DS 616 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 5 JUNE 2002 Table of Contents 5.3 DS 616 DISTRIBUTION FRAME CIRCUIT ALLOCATION 5.3.1 TRUNK CARD/DLI PORT CONNECTIONS Circuit AMP Pins Color 3 TRK 6 TRK OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT 26,1 Not Used Not Used...

  • Page 31: Rj45-single Line Telephone Connections

    HOME PAGE DS 616 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 5 JUNE 2002 Table of Contents 5.4 RJ45-SINGLE LINE TELEPHONE CONNECTIONS (Figure 5–1) Eight pins of the RJ-45 connector are assigned to connections of Single Line Telephone interface ports on the base board.

  • Page 32: Single Line Telephone

    HOME PAGE DS 616 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 5 JUNE 2002 Table of Contents RJ 45 CABLE SLT PORT 4 SLT PORT 3 SLT PORT 2 SLT PORT 1 SINGLE LINE TELEPHONE FIGURE 5–1 CONNECTIONS...

  • Page 33: Optional Equipment, Door Phone

    HOME PAGE DS 616 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 6 JUNE 2002 Table of Contents PART 6. CONNECTING STATION AND OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT 6.1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS To limit the risk of personal injury, always follow these precautions before connecting telephone circuits: a. Never install telephone wiring during a lightning storm.

  • Page 34: Music On Hold, External Paging

    A customer-provided loud ringing device can be controlled by the general purpose dry contact of the DS 616 system by means of the relevant MMC. Note that the dry contact is rated 24VDC, 1 Ampere. The system requires MDF connection for the dry contact and the connection can be through the amphenol connector pair 11.

  • Page 35: Ring Over Page

    (see Figure 3–2). In order to prevent damage to the external device or the DS 616 system, before connecting the printer or the call accounting device, ensure that the system power is turned OFF. Any external battery, if installed, should also be removed.

  • Page 36: Pc Programming

    (see Figure 3–2). In order to prevent damage to the PC or the DS 616 system, before connecting the PC, ensure that the system power is turned OFF. Any external battery if installed should also be removed. Use a pin to pin RS232C cable (see Figure 6–2 for cable pin-outs).

  • Page 37

    HOME PAGE DS 616 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 6 JUNE 2002 Table of Contents SIO2 BOARD (DTE Db9) PRINTER (DTE DB 25) RXD 2 TXD 2 TXD 3 RXD 3 GND 5 GND 7 DTR 6 DTR 20 DCD 1...

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    HOME PAGE DS 616 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 6 JUNE 2002 Table of Contents SIO BOARD (DTE DB9) PC (DTE DB 25 or DB9) RXD 2 TXD 2 TXD 3 TXD 3 RXD 3 RXD 2 GND 5 GND 7...

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    HOME PAGE DS 616 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 6 JUNE 2002 Table of Contents SIO BOARD (DTE DB9) MODEM (DCE DB 25) RXD 2 TXD 3 TXD 3 RXD 2 GND 5 GND 7 DCD 1 DCD 1 RTS 7...

  • Page 40: Accessing The Eproms

    EPROMS). 2. Remove the four new EPROMS from their protective packaging and check that the legs are straight and undamaged. If the legs are not straight, contact Samsung Telecommunications Technical Support for assistance. 3. Carefully insert the new EPROMs into the designated sockets. EPROMs are labeled U703, U704, U705, and U706.

  • Page 41

    4. Switch on the KSU and verify that it is operating. If the KSU does not operate, remove the new EPROMS and reinstall the old EPROMS and test again. If the system still fails to operate, contact Samsung Technical Support. 5. When the system is operating correctly switch ON the battery switch on the...

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    HOME PAGE DS 616 INSTALLATION TECHNICAL MANUAL PART 7 JUNE 2002 Table of Contents AA OPTION U703 U704 U705 U706 OPTION EVEN EVEN POWER SUPPLY LOCATION OF EPROMS FIGURE 7–1...

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