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System Hardware Manual
Issue 1.2 January 2015

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   Summary of Contents for NEC Univerge SV9100

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    System Hardware Manual Issue 1.2 January 2015...

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS ___________________________________________________________________________________ Regulatory Chapter 1 Introduction to SV9100 Section 1 General Information ..............1-1 Section 2 Equipment List ................1-5 Chapter 2 SV9100 System Specifications Section 1 General Information ..............2-1 Section 2 System Block Diagram ..............2-1 Section 3 Maximum System Capacities ............

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    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 5.5.1 Transmission ................2-23 5.5.2 Network ..................2-23 5.5.3 Control ..................2-23 Dialing Specifications ..............2-24 5.6.1 Dial Pulse Address Signaling ...........2-24 5.6.2 Dual-Tone Multifrequency (DTMF) Address Signaling .....2-24 5.6.3 External Equipment Connection ..........2-25 5.6.4 Music Source for Music on Hold via Chassis ......2-25 5.6.5...

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    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1.1.2.4 Connect the Controlling and Expansion Chassis ....3-11 1.1.3 Install Grounding on 19” Chassis ..........3-13 1.1.4 Install Grounding on Multiple 19” Chassis (Optional) ....3-14 1.1.5 Install AC Power Cords on 19” Chassis ........3-15 1.1.6...

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    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Section 4 Stand Mounting the Chassis ............ 3-41 Stand Mounting the 19” (CHS2UG) Chassis ......3-41 4.1.1 CHS2UG Chassis Installation ..........3-41 4.1.2 Multiple CHS2UG Chassis Installation ........3-43 Stand Mounting the 9.5” CHS2UG B Chassis ......3-46 Section 5 Rack Mounting the Chassis .............

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    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 8.1.1 Remove Cooling Fan ............... 3-80 8.1.2 Install Cooling Fan ..............3-81 Chapter 4 Installing the SV9100 Blades Section 1 General Information ..............4-1 Slot Locations ................4-1 Section 2 Installation ................... 4-3 Installation and Safety Precautions ..........4-3 Installing an Extension or Trunk Blade ........

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    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Section 3 Common Control Blades ............4-15 GCD-CP10 (SV9100 Central Processing Unit) ......4-16 3.1.1 Description ................4-17 3.1.2 Installation ................4-20 3.1.2.1 GPZ-IPLE Daughter Board Installation ......4-22 3.1.2.2 SD-A1 US/SD-B1 US Installation ........4-22 3.1.2.3 Background Music (BGM) or Music on Hold (MOH) ..4-22 3.1.3...

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    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4.3.1 Description ................4-40 4.3.2 Installation ................4-42 4.3.3 LED Indications ................ 4-42 4.3.4 Connectors ................4-44 GPZ-4LCA/GPZ-8LCE (4-Port/8-Port SLI Daughter Boards) ..4-44 4.4.1 Description ................4-46 4.4.2 Installation ................4-47 4.4.3 Connectors ................4-48...

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    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 5.3.4 Connectors ................4-64 5.3.5 Termination Switch Settings .............4-64 PZ-2BRIA (2 Basic Rate Interface Daughter Board) ....4-66 5.4.1 Description ................4-67 5.4.2 Installation ................4-67 5.4.3 Connectors ................4-68 5.4.4 Termination Switch Settings .............4-69 GCD-4DIOPB (DID/OPX Interface) ...........4-70 5.5.1 Description ................4-70...

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    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 6.1.3 LED Indications ................ 4-88 6.1.3.1 Active LED – Green ............4-88 6.1.3.2 Busy LED – Red ..............4-89 6.1.3.3 Application LED – Red/Green (Dual Color) ......4-89 6.1.3.4 CompactFlash Card Activity LED – Red ......4-89 6.1.4 Connectors ................4-89 6.1.4.1...

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    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 6.4.2.1 Stacking Architecture ............4-102 6.4.2.2 GCD-CP10IP Address Assignment ......... 4-103 6.4.2.3 Group Formation .............. 4-103 6.4.2.4 Port Number Determination ..........4-103 6.4.2.5 Unmanaged Switch Functions ......... 4-104 6.4.3 LED Indications ..............4-104 6.4.4 Connectors ................4-104...

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    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 ___________________________________________________________________________________ DT700 IP MultilineTerminals ............. 5-27 3.1.1 ITL-2E-1 (BK) TEL ..............5-27 3.1.2 ITL-6DE-1 (BK) TEL ..............5-28 3.1.3 ITL-8LDE-1 (BK) TEL ............... 5-29 3.1.4 ITL-8LD-1 (BK) TEL/ITL-8LD-1 (WH) TEL ....... 5-30 3.1.5 ITL-12D-1 (BK) TEL/ITL-12D-1 (WH) TEL ....... 5-31 3.1.6...

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    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Connecting the DT700/DT800 Series IP Multiline Terminal to the Network and PC 5-48 Adjusting the LCD on the Multiline Terminal ......5-49 Installing Line Key Kit (12LK-L KIT) ...........5-50 4.5.1 Installing the 12LK-L KIT ............5-50 4.5.2...

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    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 ___________________________________________________________________________________ DT Series Optional Terminal Equipment ........5-76 5.2.1 8LK-L (BK) UNIT/8LK-L (WH) UNIT ........5-76 5.2.1.1 Installing the 8LK-L UNIT ...........5-76 5.2.2 8LKD (LD)-L (BK) UNIT/8LKD (LD)-L (WH) UNIT ....5-78 5.2.2.1 Installing the 8LKD (LD)-L UNIT .........5-79 5.2.3...

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    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Section 7 Bluetooth Cordless Handset ..........5-105 Bluetooth Cordless Handset (BCH) Interface ......5-105 Selecting a Location ..............5-106 Controls and Indicators ............5-107 Installing the Bluetooth Cordless Handset .......5-109 7.4.1 Installing the Bluetooth Handset Cradle .........5-109 7.4.2 Wall Mounting the Bluetooth Cradle ........5-115...

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    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 10.4 Important Electrical Considerations ......... 5-131 10.5 Selecting a Location ..............5-134 10.6 Installation Precautions ............5-134 10.7 Connecting the Telephone Cords ..........5-134 10.8 Applying Power to the Charging Unit ........5-136 10.9 Mounting the Base to a Standard Wall Plate ......5-137 10.10 Mounting the Base Directly to the Wall ........

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    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Section 3 Background Music ..............6-10 Installing Background Music ............6-10 Section 4 Door Box ..................6-11 Installing a Door Box ..............6-11 Section 5 External Paging ................. 6-15 External Page ................6-15 Installing an External Page System ...........6-15 Section 6 External Paging and Door Box/Page Relays ......

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    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 10.1.1 Removing the Faceplate ............6-28 10.1.2 Replacing the Faceplate ............6-28 Section 11 Telephone Adapters ..............6-29 11.1 Using Adapters ................6-29 11.2 In-line Power Adapter (ILPA-R) ..........6-29 11.2.1 Conditions ................6-30 11.2.2 Installation ................6-31 11.3 ADA-L UNIT ................

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    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 12.3 Installing the Power Failure Telephones ........6-62 ___________________________________________________________________________________ xviii Table of Contents...

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    Regulatory HEARING AID COMPATIBILITY NEC Multiline Terminals and NEC Single Line Telephones that are provided for this system are hearing aid compatible. BATTERY DISPOSAL The UNIVERGE SV9100 system includes the batteries listed below. When disposing of these batteries, Chassis, and/or Blades, you must comply with applicable regulations regarding proper disposal procedures.

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    Contact your local waste management officials for other information regarding the environmentally sound collection, recycling and disposal of the battery contained in this product. The packaging for the UNIVERGE SV9100 system contains the following labels regarding proper disposal. PRODUCT PACKAGE LABELING CONTAINS NICKEL-CADMIUM BATTERY.

  • Page 23

    For an overview of the supported features, refer to the detailed documentation that comes with this system, contact your local NEC representative or the support desk of NEC Unified Solutions.

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    This product uses Lithium batteries. Do not use any other type. For an overview of the location of batteries used in these systems, the battery replacement or removal instructions, please refer to the UNIVERGE SV9100 System Hardware Manual. Regulatory...

  • Page 25

    Introduction to SV9100 ENERAL NFORMATION ECTION The SV9100 is a full-featured IP based communications system providing a rich feature set of existing system, with pure Voice over IP (VoIP) communications, across corporate Local and Wide Area Networks (LAN Chapter and WAN). The DT700/DT800 series telephones provide a converged infrastructure at the desktop, with a 10Base-T/100Base-TX connection to the LAN and built-in hub for a PC connection to the telephone itself.

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    PCPro and OAI / ACD servers. Figure 1-1 shows a simplified view of SV9100 system connectivity. Figure 1-1 Simplified SV9100 System Connectivity Highlights of the UNIVERGE SV9100 are as follows: Pure IP System capable TDM configuration  The SV9100 supports both pure IP switching (peer-to-peer connections) and Time Division Switching.

  • Page 27

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 DTMF receivers  Caller ID receivers  Caller ID senders  MF senders / receivers  CCPU LAN port supports 10/100/1000 (Gigabit) Ethernet modes  2 Control Relays  MOH Input Port  Paging Output Port ...

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    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 provides an enhanced user interface. A Quick Setup tool provides easy setup (system data programming) for a basic system configuration in shorter time. 1 - 4 Introduction to SV9100...

  • Page 29: Section 2 Equipment List

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 QUIPMENT ECTION The following tables list all equipment for the SV9100 systems. Table 1-1 Chassis Equipment List Equipment Name Equipment Description CHS2UGG 19” Chassis (6-slot) CHS2UG B 9.5” Chassis (3-slot) Table 1-2 Chassis Installation Equipment List...

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    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Table 1-3 Battery Mount Equipment List (Continued) Equipment Name Equipment Description CHSG LARGE BATT SET Long term battery set (3) 12V 7Ah SLA Batteries with Faston 187 terminals CHS2UG INT BATT SET Internal battery set for CHS2UG chassis.

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    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Table 1-4 Blade Equipment List (Continued) Equipment Name Abbreviations Equipment Description GCD-VM00 VM00 Voice Mail and Server SD-A1 1G-APP-CF 1GB InMail SD Card SD-B1 4G-APP-CF 4GB InMail SD Card GCD-RGA Application Gateway - Router and conference...

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    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Table 1-6 Digital Multiline Terminal (DT300 Series) Equipment List (Continued) Equipment Name Equipment Description DTL-32D-1 (BK) TEL Value Digital 32-button Display Telephone DTL-32D-1 (WH) TEL DTL-12BT-1 (BK) TEL 12D + BCH (Future) DTL-12PA-1 (BK) TEL Value Digital 12-button Telephone with Power Failure...

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    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Table 1-8 IP Multiline Terminal (DT700 Series) Equipment List Equipment Name Equipment Description ITL-2E-1 (BK) TEL Economy IP 2-button Telephone (No Display) ITL-6DE-1 (BK) TEL Economy IP 6-button Display Telephone ITL-8LDE-1 (BK) TEL Economy IP 8-button Display Telephone...

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    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Table 1-10 DT300/DT700 Series Optional Equipment List Equipment Name Equipment Description APR-L UNIT Analog Port Ringer (DT 300 only) ADA-L UNIT Ancillary Device Adapter BHA-L UNIT ® Bluetooth Hub Adapter PSA-L (BK) UNIT Power Save Adapter...

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    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Table 1-10 DT300/DT700 Series Optional Equipment List (Continued) Equipment Name Equipment Description Panel (Silver-SLCD)-L UNIT Color Side Panel for Sophisticated Telephone LCD (Silver) Panel (Wood-Base)-L UNIT Color Side Panel for Base (Wood) Panel (Wood-VLCD)-L UNIT Color Side Panel for Value Telephone LCD (Wood)

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    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Table 1-10 DT300/DT700 Series Optional Equipment List (Continued) Equipment Name Equipment Description KeyKitPanel (Value) (BK) Unit Spare Plastic Cover Key Kit for Value Telephone KeyKitPanel (Value) (WH) Unit KeyKitPanel (Retro) (BK) Unit Spare Plastic Cover Key Kit for Retro Telephone...

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    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Table 1-10 DT300/DT700 Series Optional Equipment List (Continued) Equipment Name Equipment Description PANEL(Pink-VLCD)-L UNIT Color side panel for Value LCD (Pink) 1 set consist of 10 pair of panels. A pair includes (1) left and (1)

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    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Table 1-10 DT300/DT700 Series Optional Equipment List (Continued) Equipment Name Equipment Description HANDSET(WIDE)-L (BK) UNIT Spare Wideband Handset HANDSET(WIDE)-L (WH) UNIT HandsetCord(12FT)-L (BK) SET Spare Handset Cord 12 Feet HandsetCord(12FT)-L (WH) SET HandsetCord(25FT)-L (BK) SET Spare Handset Cord 25 Feet...

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    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Table 1-11 DT400/DT800 Series Optional Equipment List (Continued) Equipment Name Equipment Description 16LK-Z (BK) UNIT 16-button Line Key Unit 16LK-Z (WH) UNIT DTZ-8R-1 Cordless DECT Cordless Handset and Base Unit System Hardware Manual 1 - 15...

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    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 1 - 16 Introduction to SV9100...

  • Page 41: Section 2 System Block Diagram

    SV9100 System Specifications ENERAL NFORMATION ECTION This chapter provides detailed specifications for the SV9100 system technician. The technician should review this information carefully before installing the system. Chapter YSTEM LOCK IAGRAM ECTION Figure 2-1 SV9100 System Block Diagram shows the Blades that can be installed in the chassis and the number of channels supported when the Blade is installed.

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    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Table 2-1 List of Abbreviations Abbreviation Description COTDB Loop and Ground Start Interface Daughter Board on COT Central Processing Unit Direct Inward Dialing DIOP DID/OPX Blade Digital Multiline Terminal Interface Blade DLCB Expansion Digital Multiline Terminal Interface Blade on DLC...

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    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Table 2-1 List of Abbreviations Abbreviation Description Property Management System Primary Rate Interface Primary Rate Interface Blade Personal Station PSTN Adapter (analog) Packet Voice Application Router Blade SERIAL Serial Port (on CPU) Single Line Telephone SMDR...

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    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Figure 2-1 SV9100 System Block Diagram 2 - 4 SV9100 System Specifications...

  • Page 45: Section 3 Maximum System Capacities

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 AXIMUM YSTEM APACITIES ECTION The CHS2UG is a compact 19” chassis that has six universal slots, one expansion slot and one MPS7101 (power supply unit). When the GCD-CP10 is installed in the first CHS2UG, it is referred to as the Controlling Chassis. Additional chassis, referred to as Expansion Chassis, can be installed to increase the capacity of the system to meet the customer’s business needs.

  • Page 46: System Configuration – Sv9100

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Table 2-2 SV9100 Maximum System Capacities – Trunks/Ports/Channels 9.5” 19” Chassis Chassis System Number of: Maximum (CPU + 2 (6 Slots) (12 Slots) (18 Slots) (24 Slots) Slots) 16 channels Voice Mail Channels on CPU 1 channel...

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    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 The 9.5” chassis graphics shown in the horizontal position are for illustration purposes only. Actual positioning/ mounting must be vertical. 6 Slots 18 Slots 24 Slots IP Connection Figure 2-3 19” Controlling and Expansion Chassis System Hardware Manual...

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    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Table 2-3 Maximum System Capacities – Chassis shows the maximum number of chassis and related equipment that can be installed in a system. Table 2-3 Maximum System Capacities – Chassis 19” 19” 19” Chassis Hardware Chassis...

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    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Table 2-4 Maximum System Capacities – Blades shows the maximum number for each blade that can be installed in a system. This is determined by the maximum blade configuration allowed. When installing single line sets, DISA, or tie lines, CPU circuits must be allocated for DTMF receivers.

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    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Table 2-4 Maximum System Capacities – Blades (Continued) 19” 19” 19” 9.5” Chassis Hardware Chassis Chassis Chassis without with CPU Comments Number of Slot(s) for Interface 3 Slots 5 Slots 6 Slots 23 Slots Package GCD-16DLCA...

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    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Table 2-4 Maximum System Capacities – Blades (Continued) 19” 19” 19” 9.5” Chassis Hardware Chassis Chassis Chassis without with CPU Comments Number of Slot(s) for Interface 3 Slots 5 Slots 6 Slots 23 Slots Package GCD-CCTA –...

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    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Table 2-5 Daughter Board Combinations shows each blade and associated daughter board combinations. The daughter boards that can be mounted on specific blades are indicated by a checkmark. For example, the GCD-LTA can have a GPZ-2BRIA or the GPZ-4COTE daughter board mounted.

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    OWER ASED ALCULATOR HART ECTION The Univerge SV9100 system uses two types of power factors. For a single chassis chart refer to Table 2-6 Board Power Factor. For the maximum number of specific blades per package, see Table 2-7 Maximum Number of Package Installed.

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    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Table 2-8 Terminal Power Factor Terminal Power Factor 19 inch Chassis =<80 9.5 inch Plastic Chassis without fan =<64 Item Power Factor Standard (-28V) Long Line (-48V) Economy (2, 6 or 12 button) Value (12, 24 or 32 button)

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    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Table 2-9 IP Terminal Power Chart - DT700 Label Indication IEEE802. Maximum Current Without Options (Maximum Current with All Options) Terminal Class 48VDC 24VDC 48VDC 24VDC ITL-12CG-3 TEL Class 3 230mA 11.04W 450mA 10.8W 102mA 4.9W 192mA 4.62W...

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    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Table 2-10 IP Terminal Power Chart (Continued)- DT800 Label Indication IEEE802. Maximum Current Without Options (Maximum Current with All Options) Terminal Class 48VDC 24VDC 48VDC 24VDC Label Indication: IP Value/Sophisticated – Maximum watts when adding options or modular upgrades.

  • Page 57: Cabling

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 YSTEM EQUIREMENTS AND PECIFICATIONS ECTION Cabling This section provides cabling requirements and specifications for various equipment used in the SV9100 system. Figure 2-4 Connecting the DLC Using Twisted 2-Pair Cable is a diagram of the chassis connected with each of the multiline terminals and single line telephones by a separate twisted 1-pair cable or 2-pair cable (only for Multiline Terminals).

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    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Table 2-12 DT300 Series Loop Resistance and Cable Length (Continued) By Twisted 1-Pair By Twisted 1-Pair Cable (without Cable (with AC Terminal or Adapter AC Adapter) Adapter) 24 AWG 24 AWG 1,969 ft (600m) 6,562 ft (2000m)

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    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Table 2-14 DT700 Series Loop Resistance and Cable Length (Continued) Terminal or Adapter Ethernet Cable ITL-8LD-1 (BK) TEL Cat 5/Cat 6 Ethernet 328.1 ft (100m) ITL-8LD-1 (WH) TEL Cat 5/Cat 6 Ethernet ITL-12BT-1 (BK) TEL 328.1 ft (100m)

  • Page 60: Power Requirements

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Table 2-16 Cable Connection Between the Analog Port and the Single Line Equipment Maximum Feet from Connected Connected Equipment Cable Equipment to Telephone ADA-L UNIT Twisted Pair 9.5 ft (2.89m) APR-L UNIT Twisted Pair 50 ft (15.24m)

  • Page 61: Power Supply Consumption

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 AC240V Power Supply: Dedicated 15 Amp circuit  Power Requirements: 230 VAC @ 15A Controlling/Base Chassis  Power Consumption: Base Chassis=263VA, Expansion  Chassis=263VA, total 1060VA Input Voltage: 90VAC to 264VAC  (Rated Voltage: 100VAC/120VAC/220VAC/230-240VAC) Frequency: 47Hz - 63Hz (Rated frequency: 50/60Hz) ...

  • Page 62: Environmental Conditions

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Table 2-18 Power Consumption Maximum Watts Used Watts Used Chassis (Idle) (Maximum) Current Basic Chassis + Expansion Chassis 4.38 A Basic Chassis + 2 Expansion Chassis 6.57 A 8.76 A Basic Chassis + 3 Expansion Chassis Environmental Conditions 5.3.1...

  • Page 63: Outside Line Types

    Recommended Long Term Humidity: 10 ~ 95% RH  Outside Line Types The following outside lines can be used with the UNIVERGE SV9100 system. 2-wire, Loop Start trunks  4-wire, E&M Tie Lines (Type I or V, Dial Pulse, or DTMF) ...

  • Page 64: Dialing Specifications

    Dual-Tone Multifrequency (DTMF) Address Signaling DTMF signaling includes push button or Touchtone dialing. When a key on a telephone is pushed, two tones (one high frequency and one low frequency) are provided. In the UNIVERGE SV9100 system, the following DTMF specifications are used. Frequencies ...

  • Page 65: External Equipment Connection

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Interdigital Time: 140 ms. default/45 ms. minimum Nominal High Group Frequencies (Hz) 1209 1336 1477 Nominal Low Group Frequencies (Hz) 5.6.3 External Equipment Connection Door Phone or TV Door Phone  External Speaker via amplifier ...

  • Page 66: Smdr Output, Battery Backup

    Relay Contact All Relay Contact Ratings: 500 mA, 24Vdc  Battery Backup The UNIVERGE SV9100 system has battery backup functions for system backup and for memory backup. 5.7.1 System Backup (Optional) During a power failure, the system can be backed up using the...

  • Page 67: Weights And Dimensions

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Weights and Dimensions Table 2-19 SV9100 Weights and Dimensions on page 2-27 shows the shipping weight, height, width and depth of each SV9100 digital multiline term terminal, IP multiline terminal, D , Series i multiline terminal, chassis, assorted blades and adapters.

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    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Table 2-19 SV9100 Weights and Dimensions (Continued) Shipping Unit Height Width Depth Weight GPZ-4COTE 3.53 oz 1.89 in 9.45 in 5.12 in (0.10 kg) (48 mm) (240 mm) (130 mm) GCD-4LCA 5.99 oz 0.98 in 9.45 in 7.68 in...

  • Page 69

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Table 2-19 SV9100 Weights and Dimensions (Continued) Shipping Unit Height Width Depth Weight CHS2UG INT BATT SET 95.24 oz 4.33 in 2.76 in 3.15 in (2.7 kg) (110 mm) (70 mm) (80 mm) CHS2UG RACK MOUNT KIT 17.6 oz...

  • Page 70

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Table 2-19 SV9100 Weights and Dimensions (Continued) Shipping Unit Height Width Depth Weight IP Multiline Terminal ITL-2E-1 (BK) TEL 35.27 oz 4.41 in 7.05 in 8.86 in (1.0 kg) (112 mm) (179 mm) (225 mm) ITL-6DE-1 (BK) TEL 38.8 oz...

  • Page 71

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Table 2-19 SV9100 Weights and Dimensions (Continued) Shipping Unit Height Width Depth Weight 8LK-Z (BK) UNIT 7.05 oz 1.77 in 1.15 in 8.82 in 8LK-Z (WH) UNIT (0.2 kg) (45 mm) (29.3 mm) (224 mm) ADA-L UNIT 2.82 oz...

  • Page 72

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Table 2-19 SV9100 Weights and Dimensions (Continued) Shipping Unit Height Width Depth Weight AP300/400 Base Unit 10.65 oz 6.85 in 5.75 in 1.69 in (0.302 kg) (174 mm) (146 mm) (43 mm) G266 Wireless Handset 4.06 oz 5.28 in...

  • Page 73

    Installing the SV9100 Chassis ENERAL NFORMATION ECTION Chapter This chapter contains information to help the technician install the chassis for the SV9100 system. The technician should be familiar with this section before installing any equipment. Installing the 19” (CHS2UG) Chassis The CHS2UG chassis has six universal blade slots for legacy line/trunk blade (Single Line Telephone Interface, Digital multiline terminal Interface, Central Office Trunk, ISDN PRI Interface, etc.).

  • Page 74

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Figure 3-1 CHS2UG Chassis (Front View) Universal Slot for Legacy Line/Trunk blades and Application blades (six slots). When used as controlling chassis, the GCD-CP10 is mounted in Slot 1 (shown). Slot for GPZ-BS10/GPZ-BS11 blade – Connection with CHS2UG chassis...

  • Page 75

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Chassis. Figure 3-3 19” Controlling Chassis – Guides Slot 1 Slide the GCD-CP10 blade into the chassis until resistance (back plane) is felt. Figure 3-4 Installing the GCD-CP10 Blade Gently push until the blade seats. Tighten the two retaining screws on front of the blade.

  • Page 76

    The Expansion cable connects the Controlling Chassis and its GPZ-BS10 interface to the second, third, and fourth GPZ-BS11 interface. Use only the CAT 5 cables provided by NEC to make the connections between the Controlling and Expansion Chassis. The GPZ-BS10 provides:...

  • Page 77

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 1.1.2.1 Connector Pin-Out on the GPZ-BS10/GPZ-BS11 Table 3-1 GPZ-BS10/GPZ-BS11 Connector Pin-Out RJ-61 Cable Connector GPZ-BS10 – CN2, CN3, CN 4 GPZ-BS11 – CN3 Pin No. Connection HW_UP (+) HW_UP (-) HW_DWN (+) FS (+) FS (-)

  • Page 78

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Figure 3-7 GPZ-BS10 Expansion Bay in Controlling Chassis Expansion Bay From the left side of the chassis, pull cover outward to expose the expansion bay. Figure 3-8 Open Base Chassis Cover Pull the cover toward you to remove.

  • Page 79

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Align the GPZ-BS10 blade with the guides located in the expansion bay. Figure 3-9 GPZ-BS10 Blade Guides Slide the GPZ-BS10 blade into the chassis until resistance (back plane) is felt. Figure 3-10 Installing GPZ-BS10 Blade in Expansion Bay Gently push until the blade seats and install the supplied retaining screw.

  • Page 80

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Figure 3-11 GPZ-BS10 Blade Installed Close the GPZ-BS10 cover. Figure 3-12 GPZ-BS10 Installed (Cover Closed) 1.1.2.3 Install the GPZ-BS11 Expansion Blade in the CHS2UG Expansion Chassis Figure 3-13 f Components For the Expansion Chassis to function, the GPZ-BS10 blade must be installed in Controlling Chassis.

  • Page 81

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Do not remove or install this blade with the power Ensure the chassis is powered down. Locate the door positioned on the left end (expansion bay) of the Expansion Chassis. Figure 3-14 GPZ-BS11 Expansion Bay in Expansion Chassis...

  • Page 82

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Align the GPZ-BS11 blade with the guides located within the expansion bay. Figure 3-16 GPZ-BS11 Blade Guides Slide the GPZ-BS11 blade into the chassis until resistance (back plane) is felt. Figure 3-17 Installing GPZ-BS11 Blade in Expansion Chassis Gently push until the blade seats and install the supplied retaining screw.

  • Page 83: Connect The Controlling And Expansion Chassis

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Align the door tabs with hinges and reattach the cover. Figure 3-18 GPZ-BS11 Blade Installed Close the GPZ-BS11 blade cover. Figure 3-19 GPZ-BS11 Installed (Cover Closed) 1.1.2.4 Connect the Controlling and Expansion Chassis Installment of the GPZ-BS10 blade and...

  • Page 84

    Controlling Chassis GPZ-BS10 Ensure Controlling and Expansion chassis are powered down. Using the NEC provided CAT5 straight-through cable(s), attach one end to each Expansion Chassis CN2 connector on the GPZ-BS11 blade (see Figure 3-21 System Expansion Cabling on page 3-13).

  • Page 85: Install Grounding On 19" Chassis

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Figure 3-21 System Expansion Cabling Install in Expansion Chassis Install in Expansion Chassis Install in Expansion Chassis Install in Controlling Chassis Repeat for additional Expansion Chassis. 1.1.3 Install Grounding on 19” Chassis From the factory, the SG, ETH and PBXG grounds are located inside the chassis and are connected to the FG ground (frame ground) on the back of the chassis.

  • Page 86: Install Grounding On Multiple 19" Chassis (optional)

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 a cold water pipe). Figure 3-22 Chassis Grounding Lug CHS2UG FG Lug 1.1.4 Install Grounding on Multiple 19” Chassis (Optional) From the factory, the SG, ETH and PBXG grounds are located inside the chassis and are connected to the FG ground (frame ground) on the back of the chassis.

  • Page 87: Install Ac Power Cords On 19" Chassis

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Figure 3-23 19” Chassis Grounding Lug (Multiple-Chassis) FG Lugs Electrical Service Ground 1.1.5 Install AC Power Cords on 19” Chassis Locate the supplied AC power cord and attach to the AC Inlet located on the back of the Controlling Chassis.

  • Page 88: Install Ac Power Cords On Multiple 19" Chassis (optional)

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 1.1.6 Install AC Power Cords on Multiple 19” Chassis (Optional) To install the AC power cords, locate the supplied AC power cords and attach to the AC Inlets located on the back of the Controlling and Expansion Chassis.

  • Page 89: Install Grounding On 9.5" Chassis

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Stand-mounted refer to 4.2 Stand Mounting the 9.5” CHS2UG B Chassis on page 3-46. From the factory, the SG, ETH and PBXG grounds are located inside the chassis and are connected to the FG (frame ground) on the back of the chassis.

  • Page 90: Install Ac Power Cord 9.5" Gateway Or Base Chassis

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 1.2.2 Install AC Power Cord 9.5” Gateway or Base Chassis Locate the supplied AC power cord and attach to the AC Inlet located on the back of the chassis [refer to Figure 3-27 9.5” Chassis (Rear View)].

  • Page 91

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Use the template shown below for required spacing before drilling. Figure 3-28 Wall Mount Spacing Guide (19” Chassis) Mark and drill the six holes required for a wall installation. Align screw holes in wall mount brackets with drilled holes.

  • Page 92

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Figure 3-29 Install Wall Mount Brackets with Screws 3 - 20 Installing the SV9100 Chassis...

  • Page 93

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Using four screws, secure the metal fittings on the Left and Right sides of the 19” chassis. Figure 3-30 Securing Metal Fittings to Chassis with Screws System Hardware Manual 3 - 21...

  • Page 94

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Align the metal fitting with the upper wall mount bracket. The lower metal fitting rests against the lower wall mount bracket. Secure the metal fitting and upper wall mount bracket with a single screw. Figure 3-31 Secure Metal Fitting to Upper Wall Mount Bracket with a Screw...

  • Page 95

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Using two screws, secure the metal fitting to the lower wall mount bracket. Refer to figure below for screw location. Figure 3-32 Secure Metal Fitting to Lower Wall Mount Bracket with Screws Attach the supplied cable support bracket to either end of the lower wall mount bracket with a single screw.

  • Page 96

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Figure 3-33 Attach Cable Support Bracket to Lower Wall Mount Bracket 3 - 24 Installing the SV9100 Chassis...

  • Page 97: Wall Mounting The 9.5" Chassis

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 The cable support bracket can be installed any of the four corners of the 19” chassis. Figure 3-34 Attachment Locations of Cable Support Bracket Connect the ground wire to all chassis. Refer to 1.1.3 Install Grounding on 19” Chassis on page 3-13 for complete details on grounding the system.

  • Page 98

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 When mounted, clearance between the wall and the CHS2UG/ CHS2UG E chassis is approximately 1.7 in (43mm) due to height of the wall mounting bracket. The chassis must be mounted horizontally with the slot (front) side on the right.

  • Page 99

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Wall Mounting the 9.5 inch ( CHS2UG ) Chassis 2.2.2 Figure 3-35 Wall Mount Spacing Guide (9.5” Chassis) Use the template shown above for required spacing before drilling. Mark and drill four holes marked A, B, C and D.

  • Page 100

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Figure 3-36 Anchor Bolt from Wall (9.5” Chassis) 3 - 28 Installing the SV9100 Chassis...

  • Page 101: Wall Mounting The Chs2ug Without The Chs2ug B Small Batt Box

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 2.2.2.1 Wall Mounting the CHS2UG without the CHS2UG B Small Batt Box Align the bracket halves (refer to Figure 3-37 Wall Mounting Brackets (Option 2)). Figure 3-37 Wall Mounting Brackets (Option 2) System Hardware Manual 3 - 29...

  • Page 102

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Align holes E and F on the MV bracket (upper) with holes on the 9.5 inch Basic Chassis (CHS2UG). Install 2 M4 x 14 screws. M4 x 14 screws are provided with the WALL MOUNT BRACKET.

  • Page 103

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Align the upper and lower bracket holes with the heads of anchor bolts mounted on the wall and slide downward (refer to Figure 3-40 Install Screws (Option 2)). Figure 3-40 Install Screws (Option 2) Connect grounding wire to chassis. Refer to Chapter 4 paragraph Installing the 9.5”...

  • Page 104

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Mounting Brackets (Option 2)). Figure 3-41 Wall Mounting (Small Batt Box) Turn the brackets upside down and remove four screws (refer to Figure 3-42 Brackets (Small Batt Box) on page 3-33). 3 - 32 Installing the SV9100 Chassis...

  • Page 105

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Figure 3-42 Brackets (Small Batt Box) System Hardware Manual 3 - 33...

  • Page 106

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Align the holes marked as R and F. Figure 3-43 Reposition Brackets (Small Batt Box) 3 - 34 Installing the SV9100 Chassis...

  • Page 107

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Install the four screws previously removed. Figure 3-44 Install Screws (Small Batt Box) Align the brackets with the holes on the sides of the 9.5 inch Basic Chassis (CHS2UG). Install 2 M4 x 14 screws. Figure 3-45 Wall Mount – Upper Side (Small Batt Box)

  • Page 108: Floor Mounting The 19" (chs2ug) Chassis

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Figure 3-46 Wall Mount – Lower Side (Small Batt Box) Align the upper and lower bracket holes with the heads of anchor bolts mounted on the wall and slide downward. Connect grounding wire to chassis. Refer to Chapter 4 paragraph 1.3 Installing the 9.5”...

  • Page 109

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 holes for 0.39” (10mm) anchor bolts (locally procured). Figure 3-47 Floor Mount Spacing Guide Mark and drill the four holes required to install the CHS BASE UNIT. Using anchor bolts, secure the CHS BASE UNIT to the floor. Refer to figure below for screw location.

  • Page 110

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Install the five rubber feet to the bottom of the chassis. Figure 3-49 Install Rubber Feet (19” Chassis) Position the chassis on top of the CHS BASE UNIT. 3 - 38 Installing the SV9100 Chassis...

  • Page 111: Multiple Chs2ug Chassis Installation

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Secure the chassis to the CHS BASE UNIT using eight screws supplied with the CHS2UG JOINT BRACKET KIT. Figure 3-50 Install CHS2UG JOINT BRACKET KIT Connect the ground wire to all chassis. Refer to 1.1.3 Install Grounding on 19”...

  • Page 112

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Install the five rubber feet to the bottom of each chassis. Figure 3-51 Install Rubber Feet for Multiple Chassis Using supplied screws in the CHS2UG JOINT BRACKET KIT, attach metal brackets to both ends of the 19” chassis and the CHS BASE UNIT.

  • Page 113

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 continue installation of the chassis or, Chapter 6 paragraph Installation and Safety Precautions on page 4-3 for installation of blades. TAND OUNTING THE HASSIS ECTION Stand Mounting the 19” (CHS2UG) Chassis A single or multiple chassis can be stand mounted. Controlling and Expansion chassis can be stand mounted using the CHS2UG STAND KIT (K) and CHS2UG STAND KIT (EXT).

  • Page 114

    Using supplied screws, secure the CHS2UG STAND KIT (K) to the floor (refer to figure below) To prevent possible damage to the 19” chassis due to falling, NEC recommends screws be installed in the stand mount brackets as soon as possible. 3 - 42...

  • Page 115

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Figure 3-55 Secure Stand Mount to Floor with Screws Connect the ground wire to all chassis. Refer to 1.1.3 Install Grounding on 19” Chassis on page 3-13 for complete details on grounding the system. Refer to 1.1.5 Install AC Power Cords on 19”...

  • Page 116

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Install the five rubber feet to the bottom of each chassis. Figure 3-56 Attach Rubber Feet to CHS2UG Chassis Each additional chassis requires a CHS2UG STAND KIT (EXT) to be installed (refer to figure below). 3 - 44...

  • Page 117

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Figure 3-57 Install Additional CHS2UG STAND KIT (EXT) Expansion Plates Metal brackets from the CHS2UG JOINT BRACKET KITs are required to secure the top end of the chassis with screws. See figure below. System Hardware Manual...

  • Page 118

    Using supplied screws, secure the CHS2UG STAND KIT (K) to the floor. To prevent possible damage to the 19” chassis due to falling, NEC recommends screws be installed in the stand mount brackets as soon as possible. Connect the ground wire to all chassis. Refer to 1.1.3 Install...

  • Page 119

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 The 9.5” chassis can be stand mounted using the brackets supplied. The following section describes this procedure. Using the chassis stand unit (stand/floor mounting), will increase the height of the chassis by 50 mm. Position the 9.5” Base Chassis so that the EXIFU slot is on top.

  • Page 120

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 When attaching the stand unit to the 9.5” Base chassis, ensure the shape of the stand unit aligns with the shape of the 9.5” chassis Figure 3-60 9.5” Chassis with Base Stand Attached Install tab slots D, E, F, G, H and I of either bracket (stand unit brackets can be mounted on the left or right side), on tabs d, e, f, g, h and i of the stand unit.

  • Page 121

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Install tab slots J, K, L, M, N and O of the remaining bracket on tabs j, k, l, m, n and o on the opposite side of the stand unit. Figure 3-62 Attaching the Second Stand Unit Bracket Align the support bracket with holes P and Q on the stand unit brackets and secure using the two M3 x 8 screws provided.

  • Page 122

    Figure 3-64 Stand Mount 9.5” Chassis Secure the 9.5” assembly to a flat surface with the four screws supplied. To prevent possible damage to the 19” chassis due to falling, NEC recommends screws be installed in the stand mount brackets as soon as possible.

  • Page 123

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 figure below. Stacking additional chassis (without rack mount brackets) on top of one rack mounted chassis is not recommended. Figure 3-65 CHS2UG Rack Mount Brackets Line up the Rack Mount Bracket(s) with the pre-drilled holes on each side of the 19”...

  • Page 124

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 securing it in place. Note that the cabling is run through the front of the rack for ease of access. Each CHS2UG chassis will require approximately 3.5” of height within the rack. Secure the brackets to the rack using the screws supplied.

  • Page 125

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Refer to 1.1.5 Install AC Power Cords on 19” Chassis on page 3-15 continue installation of the chassis or, Chapter 6 paragraph 2.1 Installation and Safety Precautions on page 4-3 for installation of blades. ATTERY ONNECTION...

  • Page 126

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Remove access panel containing the fan. Refer to figures below Figure 3-69 Removing Access Panel Figure 3-70 Access Panel Removed 3 - 54 Installing the SV9100 Chassis...

  • Page 127

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Using tie wraps, secure CHS2UG BATT CABLE INT in cable guide bracket. Figure 3-71 Secure Cable in Support Bracket With supplied screw, install cable guide in chassis. Figure 3-72 Installing Cable Support Guide Install two 2.3 AH-12V batteries (locally procured) into the CHS2UG BATT MTG KIT.

  • Page 128

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Figure 3-73 Installing Two Batteries Using the supplied screws, secure the brackets to the CHS2UG BATT MTG KIT (refer to figure above). Connect the provided battery cables to the batteries. Figure 3-74 Installing Battery Cable 3 - 56...

  • Page 129

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Connect CHS2UG BATT CABLE INT to battery connector. Figure 3-75 Connecting CHS2UG BATT CABLE INT Install CHS2UG BATT MTG KIT into CHS2UG chassis and tighten the retaining screws. Figure 3-76 Installing Battery Tray into CHS2UG Chassis...

  • Page 130

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Reinstall access panel containing the fan and secure with supplied screw. Figure 3-77 Installing the Access Panel Connect grounding and AC power cable. Installing the External Batteries 19” (CHS2UG) Chassis An optional (locally procured), external battery source can be used to provide power during a power failure.

  • Page 131

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Because of injury from falling equipment, wall mounting the CHSG LARGE BATT BOX is not recommended. Mounting the CHSG LARGE BATT BOX directly on the floor is not recommended. The CHS BASE UNIT raises the height of the CHSG LARGE BATT BOX 120mm (4.72”).

  • Page 132

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Align bolt holes in CHS BASE UNIT (see figure below) with holes drilled in floor and secure using four anchor bolts. Align and install the CHS LARGE BATT BOX on top of the CHS BASE UNIT.

  • Page 133

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Remove two screws from front of Battery Tray Suppressor. Figure 3-81 Removing Battery Tray Suppressor Slide Battery Tray Suppressor outward to remove. Slide Battery Tray(s) out of CHS LARGE BATT BOX. Loosen two screws and remove the Battery Tray Cover.

  • Page 134

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Remove two screws and remove the Battery Tray Bracket. Figure 3-83 Removing Battery Tray Bracket Refer to battery cable connection guide below for connection of battery cable to battery terminals. Repeat for additional battery connection. Incorrect Installation Of Batteries May Damage The Fuse Unit Or Cause Possible Fire.

  • Page 135

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Using two screws, install the Battery Tray Bracket. Figure 3-85 Installing Battery Connection Cable Insert Battery Connection Cable into cable guides. Install the Battery Tray Cover and tighten the two screws. Slide the Battery Trays into the CHS LARGE BATT BOX.

  • Page 136

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Insert tabs on cover into holes on CHS LARGE BATT BOX. Slide the cover left until seated and tighten the screw. Figure 3-87 Installing Cover Battery 6.2.3 CHS LARGE BATT BOX to CHS2UG Connection Power down the CHS2UG chassis.

  • Page 137

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Connect one end of Battery Connection Cable to Battery Connector on rear of Basic and Expansion chassis. Figure 3-89 Connecting External Battery to CHS2UG Connect other end of cable to Battery Connector on rear of CHS LARGE BATT BOX chassis.

  • Page 138

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Figure 3-91 Dual CHSG LARGE BATT BOX Connection Basic Expansion Insert the access panel tab into the rear of the CHS2UG chassis running the Battery Connection Cable through the cutout. Secure panel with the retaining screw.

  • Page 139

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Apply power to chassis (refer to Chapter 4, 2.6 Powering Up the SV9100 on page 4-9). 6.2.4 CHS LARGE BATT BOX Fuse Replacement Loosen screw on front of CHS LARGE BATT BOX. Figure 3-93 Removing CHSG LARGE BATT BOX Cover...

  • Page 140

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Remove two screws from front of Battery Tray Suppressor (Refer to Figure 3-94 Removing Battery Tray Suppressor). Figure 3-94 Removing Battery Tray Suppressor Slide Battery Tray Suppressor outward to remove. Disconnect the Battery Connection Cables from the Fuse Unit.

  • Page 141

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Figure 3-96 CHSG LARGE BATT BOX Fuse Unit Slide the Fuse Unit into the and tighten the two screws (refer to Figure 3-95 Disconnecting Battery Cables on page 3-68). Plug the Battery Connection Cables into the Fuse Unit.

  • Page 142

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Insert tabs on cover into holes on CHS LARGE BATT BOX. Slide the cover left until seated and tighten the screw. Figure 3-98 Installing Cover Battery Installing the CHSGW SMALL BATT BOX on the 9.5” Chassis An optional, CHSGW SMALL BATT BOX can be installed to provide external battery power to the CHS2UG chassis during a power failure.

  • Page 143

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Figure 3-99 Installing Battery Cable Assembly Remove the battery connector cap on the Base chassis and connect the battery connection cable. Figure 3-100 Installing Battery Connection Cable System Hardware Manual 3 - 71...

  • Page 144

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Remove the two M3 x 8 screws from the Small Battery Box, then remove the battery cover. Figure 3-101 Removing Battery Cover Place the two batteries into the Small Battery Box (refer to Figure 3-102 Installing Batteries on page 3-73).

  • Page 145

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Figure 3-102 Installing Batteries Route battery cables a and b under the Small Battery Box tabs and connect to connectors A and B. Figure 3-103 Connecting Battery Cables Insert tabs c and d of the battery cover into slots C and D of the Small Battery Box.

  • Page 146

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Figure 3-104 Installing Battery Cover Pull the battery lock of the Small Battery Box forward to unlock it. Figure 3-105 Unlocking the Small Battery Box 3 - 74 Installing the SV9100 Chassis...

  • Page 147

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Align the Small Battery Box with the grooves at the top and bottom of the Base chassis and slide into position. Figure 3-106 Installing Small Battery Box Push the battery lock in, then connect the battery cable.

  • Page 148

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Connect grounding wire to chassis. 6.3.2 CHSGW SMALL BATT BOX Fuse Replacement Only replace fuses of the same rating. Fuses may be hot, use caution when replacing them. Correct the issue which caused the fuse problem.

  • Page 149

    Mounting the CHSG LARGE BATT BOX directly on the floor is not recommended. Due to possible water damage, floor mounting the 9.5” chassis is not recommended by NEC. The CHS BASE UNIT raises the height of the CHSG LARGE BATT BOX 120mm (4.72”).

  • Page 150

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 6.4.2 CHS LARGE BATT BOX to 9.5” Chassis Connection Power down the CHS2U GW or CHS2UG chassis. Ensure the CHS2UG GW-US or CHS2UG chassis is powered OFF. Disconnect AC power cable from rear of chassis. From the back of the 9.5” chassis, remove the black plastic square...

  • Page 151

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Figure 3-111 CHSG LARGE BATT BOX to CHS2UG Connection Reconnect AC power cable to rear of 9.5” chassis. To power on the 9.5” chassis, refer to Chapter 4, 2.6 Powering Up the SV9100 on page 4-9.

  • Page 152: Remove Cooling Fan

    8.1.1 Remove Cooling Fan To reduce the possibility of electrical shock or damage to equipment, NEC recommends powering off the chassis and disconnecting the AC cable from the power source before removing the chassis cover. Ensure the chassis is powered down.

  • Page 153: Install Cooling Fan

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Remove cabling from retention clips. Figure 3-114 Chassis Access Panel Removed (19” Chassis) Remove two screws securing fan to access cover. Keep screws for use when installing replacement fan. 8.1.2 Install Cooling Fan Align replacement fan with holes and secure with two screws.

  • Page 154

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 3 - 82 Installing the SV9100 Chassis...

  • Page 155: Slot Locations

    ENERAL NFORMATION ECTION This chapter contains information to help the technician install the blades for the UNIVERGE SV9100 system. The technician should be familiar with this section before installing any equipment. Chapter Slot Locations Each CHS2U has six slots. In the Controlling Chassis, the GCD-CP10 must be installed in the first slot (slot 1).

  • Page 156

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 19” Controlling Chassis CPU Slot 19 “Expansion Chassis GPZ-BS11 Slot 9.5 “ Chassis Figure 4-1 Chassis CPU and Expansion Slot Locations 4 - 2 Installing the SV9100 Blades...

  • Page 157: Section 2 Installation

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 ECTION NSTALLATION Pre-installation planning is essential. Advanced planning minimizes installation time, cost, and disruption of the customer business activities. Installation and Safety Precautions Observe the following precautions when installing the blades to avoid static electricity damage to hardware or exposure to hazardous voltages.

  • Page 158: Installing An Extension Or Trunk Blade

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Installing an Extension or Trunk Blade 2.2.1 Installing the Blades To install an extension/trunk blade with the system running: Insert the blade within the guide rail and push the blade securely into position. Tighten the thumb screws on either side of the blade.

  • Page 159: Order Of Installing Extension Blades

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 2.2.2 Order of Installing Extension Blades The order in which the station blades (GCD-8DLCA, GCD-16DLCA, GPZ-8DLCB and GCD-4LCA, GCD-8LCA, GPZ-8LCE) are physically inserted determines the numbering plan. To avoid unexpected extension/trunk numbering if the VoIP or Voice Mail daughter board registers...

  • Page 160: Order Of Installing Trunk Blades

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Table 4-2 Adding Daughter Board to Chassis Example Initial Blade Updated Blade Blade Extension Blade Extension Blade Blade Slot # Numbers Slot # Numbers GCD-16DLCA 200~215 GCD-16DLCA 200~215 GCD-8DLCA 216~223 — — (no daughter board) GCD-16DLCA...

  • Page 161

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 For example, if four blades are installed in the following order, the numbering plan below applies. Table 4-3 Trunk Blade Installation Order Example Order of Blade Slot Blade Line Circuits Installation Number GCD-4COTA with GPZ-4COTE GCD-4COTA...

  • Page 162: Remove An Extension Or Trunk Blade

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 2.2.3.2 Installing GCD-PRTA (T1/PRI) Blades The GCD-PRTA (T1/PRI) Interface blade uses the first block of 30 consecutive trunks. For example, if an GCD-4COTA and GPZ-4COTE blade is installed for trunks 1~8, the GCD-PRTA (T1/PRI) blade automatically uses trunks 9~32. If GCD-4COTA and GPZ-4COTE blades are installed for trunks 1~8 and 17~24, the GCD-PRTA (T1/PRI) blade uses trunks 25~54.

  • Page 163: Blade Capacities

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Blade Capacities The universal architecture of the UNIVERGE SV9100 provides flexibility when installing blades. With the exception of the GCD-CP10 blade, any blade can be installed in any slot. Table 2-4 Maximum System Capacities – Blades...

  • Page 164: Performing A Hot Start

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 2.6.2 Performing a Hot Start The section describes how to load system software from flash memory and customer data from RAM memory. IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS System software is loaded from flash memory and the customer data is loaded from RAM memory.

  • Page 165: Port Defaults

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 2.6.3.2 Port Defaults With the default settings, the ports are assigned as follows: Table 4-4 Default Port Settings Port 1~99 : 200~298 Station Ports: Port 100~300 : 299~499 Port 301~960 : 5000~5659 Port 1~99 : Virtual...

  • Page 166: Saving Your Configuration, Backing Up/restoring A Database

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 2.6.3.4 Saving Your Configuration When programming is completed, to exit out of the program option and save changes to the GCD-CP10: 1. Press EXIT to exit the program options, if needed. 2. Press Speaker. Saving System Data is displayed if changes were made to system programming.

  • Page 167: Performing A Software Upgrade

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 After reloading the customer data to the system, exit programming mode (this could take a minute or more to save the database), then reset the system by powering down and back up. If the system is not reset, not all the uploaded programming changes are in effect.

  • Page 168

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 To perform a system software and firmware upgrade: Turn the system power off. Once the system has powered down, insert the USB Memory containing the software upgrade into the USB port on the GCD-CP10. Push in and hold the Load button.

  • Page 169

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 OMMON ONTROL LADES ECTION The blades described in this section control the common functions of the chassis. System Hardware Manual 4 - 15...

  • Page 170: Gcd-cp10 (sv9100 Central Processing Unit)

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 GCD-CP10 (SV9100 Central Processing Unit) Figure 4-3 GCD-CP10 Blade Layout 4 - 16 Installing the SV9100 Blades...

  • Page 171: Description

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Figure 4-4 GCD-CP10 Blade with Daughter Boards Installed 3.1.1 Description The GCD-CP10 controls all the functions and operations of the SV9100 system using the system software loaded into the GCD-CP10 memory. The system software can be upgraded as new software becomes available.

  • Page 172

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100  Number of mail boxes : 896  System Program and System Data Storing Memory Circuit  SD card/USB Interface Circuit  Ethernet Interface Circuit  GPZ-BS10/GPZ-BS11 Interface Circuit Main Processing 32-Bit CPU Circuit (P1015 @ MHz) ...

  • Page 173

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2  MF Sender  MFC Tone Sender  MF Signal Sender (Sends caller information to CO for E911)  Call Progress Tone Detection  C-Channel Control Conference: 64 Channels (when built-in modem is enabled), or ...

  • Page 174: Installation

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100  Call Control Server  Conference Bridge Server  Voice Mail Server (voice mail requires a compact flash card)  SIP Server  RTP Forwarding VoCoder Conversion  3.1.2 Installation Each SV9100 system must have the GCD-CP10 installed in Slot 1 of the Controlling Chassis.

  • Page 175

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Push down on the battery, opposite from the plus (+) symbol (refer to Figure 4-5 GCD-CP10 Battery Installation). Battery Removal  Before removing the GCD-CP10 from the chassis to install or replace a battery, ensure the system is powered Off.

  • Page 176: Gpz-iple Daughter Board Installation

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Carefully lift the battery from the socket. Install the replacement battery . Install the blade into the chassis and power on the system. Reset the system (press RESET on the front of the GCD-CP10 blade). Configure the system clock using the PCPro “Quick Setup”...

  • Page 177: Switch Settings

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 3.1.3 Switch Settings Refer to Table 4-6 GCD-CP10 Switch Settings for system restart/ system reset and with system power on. Figure 4-3 GCD-CP10 Blade Layout on page 4-16 shows the location of the SW1 switch on the GCD-CP10 blade.

  • Page 178

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100  RUN (D23) = The CPU is operating (green)  LED D20, and 21 = Alarms (red)  LED D22 = SD Memory Card Access/Alarm indication (red)  LED D25 = The USB memory connection status (red) (LED off when no USB memory installed) ...

  • Page 179: Connectors

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Table 4-8 GCD-CP10 LED Indications (Continued) LED Indication Status RUN (D23) Blinking On Steady When Flash memory booting error USB Memory is Installing Blinking On Steady When Flash memory data error USB Memory is Installing Blinking...

  • Page 180

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Table 4-9 GCD-CP10 Connections (Continued) Connector Connector Description Lithium Battery Socket (for backup of SRAM memory data) Load (S5) Load Switch SENSE Switch Table 4-10 GCD-LTA RJ45 Cable Connector Pin-Outs USB Cable Connector – J13 (Type A, Female) (USB 1.1/2.0 Standard)

  • Page 181: Gpz-iple (voice Over Ip Daughter Board)

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Table 4-10 GCD-LTA RJ45 Cable Connector Pin-Outs (Continued) RJ-45 Cable Connector – J10 (External Source Control) (No Polarity) Pin No. Connection EXCNT2 EXCNT1 EXCNT1 EXCNT2 GPZ-IPLE (Voice over IP Daughter Board) Figure 4-6 GPZ-IPLE VoIPDB Daughter Board 3.2.1...

  • Page 182

    IP packet signal into a PCM signal format and connects to the PCM time division switch. The GPZ-IPLE daughter board is required for IP telephones to communicate with non-VoIP UNIVERGE SV9100 telephones, and place or receive outside calls. The VoIP daughter board provides the voice (RTP/RTCP) processing function.

  • Page 183

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 and Operational status. Refer to Figure 4-4 GCD-CP10 Blade with Daughter Boards Installed on page 4-17 for the location of the LEDs on the blades. Table 4-11 IPLA Daughter Board LED Indications Function LED Status Operation Status...

  • Page 184

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 3.2.5 Connectors The figure below shows a typical connection layout. Figure 4-8 Connecting a IPLA Daughter Board to a Network/PC illustrates how to connect a VoIP Daughter Board to a Network or PC. Figure 4-7 VoIP Connections...

  • Page 185

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Figure 4-8 Connecting a IPLA Daughter Board to a Network/PC System Hardware Manual 4 - 31...

  • Page 186: Gcd-8dlca/gcd-16dlca (digital Station Interface)

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 TATION LADES ECTION GCD-8DLCA/GCD-16DLCA (Digital Station Interface) Figure 4-9 GCD-8DLCA/GCD-16DLCA/ Blade 4.1.1 Description These blades provide:  8 (GCD-8DLCA) OR 16 (GCD-16DLCA) digital extension circuits (used for digital telephones, DSS consoles, SLT(1)-U( ) ADP, PGD(2)-U10 4 - 32...

  • Page 187

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 ADP adapters)  These ports provide -48V feeding.  Two blade status LEDs – One Live LED, One Busy/Idle LED Table 4-13 GCD-8DLCA/GCD-16DLCA Maximum Upgrade Capacities provides the maximum capacities for the ESIU blades when they are upgraded.

  • Page 188

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Table 4-14 GCD-8DLCA/GCD-16DLCA LED Indications (Continued) LED Indication Operation Status Remarks Live LED Busy LED (Green) (Red) When you exceed the system capacity. Flash (1s) The assignment of the unit is refused. When the main software version is not matched.

  • Page 189

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Table 4-15 GCD-8DLCA/GCD-16DLCA/ RJ-61 Cable Connector Pin-Outs RJ-61 Cable Connector GCD-8DLCA – CN101 (ports 1~4), CN201 (ports 5~8) GCD-16DLCA – CN101 (ports 1~4), CN201 (ports 5~8), CN301 (ports 9~12), CN401 (ports 13~16) Pin No. Connection T4 (Tip for port 4)

  • Page 190: Gpz-8dlcb (digital Station Daughter Board)

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 GPZ-8DLCB (Digital Station Daughter Board) Figure 4-10 GPZ-8DLCB Blade 4.2.1 Description The GPZ-8DLCB daughter board provides eight digital extensions. This daughter board is installed on the GCD-8DLCA and expands the port capacity for the combined blades to 16.

  • Page 191

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Table 4-16 GPZ-8DLCB Maximum Upgrade Capacities provides the maximum capacities for the ESIU blades when they are upgraded. Table 4-16 GPZ-8DLCB Maximum Upgrade Capacities 19” 19” Chassis 19” Chassis Networked Chassis without CPU Chassis with CPU...

  • Page 192

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 4.2.2 Installation The GPZ-8DLCB is installed on the GCD-8DLCA. To install: Connect the GPZ-8DLCB to the CN2 connector on the GCD-8DLCA blade. Refer to Figure 4-9 GCD-8DLCA/GCD- 16DLCA/ Blade on page 4-32 for the location of the connectors on the blade.

  • Page 193

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Table 4-18 GPZ-8DLCB CN401 Connection RJ-61 Cable Connector CN401 (ports 13~16) Pin No. Connection (T4) Tip for port 16 (T3) Tip for port 15 (T2) Tip for port 14 (R1) Ring for port 13 (T1) Tip for port 13...

  • Page 194: Gcd-4lca/ Gcd-8lca (4-port/8-port Single Line Interface)

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 GCD-4LCA/ GCD-8LCA (4-Port/8-Port Single Line Interface) Figure 4-11 GCD-4LCA/GCD-8LCA Blade 4.3.1 Description The GCD-4LCA/GCD-8LCA 4/8SLIU blade provides four (4SLIU) analog extension ports or eight (8SLIU) analog extension ports (used for on-premise analog telephones, fax machines, and analog modems).

  • Page 195

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 The 4SLIU and 8SLIU are not rated for OPX use. A 4DIOPU blade should be used instead (it supports the analog DID and single line telephone interface functions, such as Off-Premise Extensions). One extension status LED ...

  • Page 196

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 4.3.2 Installation When connecting a fax machine or analog  modem, make sure to set Program 15-03-03 to 1 (special terminal) to avoid communication problems. The SLIU and SLIDB are categorized as  TNV2. With this designation, off-premise wiring is not acceptable.

  • Page 197

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Table 4-20 GCD-4LCA/GCD-8LCA LED Indications (Continued) LED Indication Operation Status Remarks Live LED Busy LED (Green) (Red) A Channel is busy (use – Unit Busy another from CH1 ~ CHx). All channels are idle. – Flash (100ms Downloading firmware.

  • Page 198

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 4.3.4 Connectors Table 4-21 GCD-4LCA/GCD-8LCA RJ-61 Cable Connector Pin-Outs show the pin-outs for the RJ-61 connector. Refer to Figure 4-11 GCD-4LCA/GCD-8LCA Blade on page 4-40 for illustrations showing the location of the connectors and the pin number locations on the...

  • Page 199

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Figure 4-12 Installing the GPZ-4LCA Daughter Board System Hardware Manual 4 - 45...

  • Page 200

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 4.4.1 Description The GPZ-4LCA and GPZ-8LCE daughter boards are mounted on the GCD-4LCA/GCD-8LCA. These boards provide:  4-Port Single Line and 8-Port Single Line analog extension ports (used for on-premise analog telephones, fax machines, and analog modems).

  • Page 201

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 4.4.2 Installation When connecting a fax machine or analog  modem, make sure to set Program 15-03-03 to 1 (special terminal) to avoid communication problems. The SLIU and SLIDB are categorized as  TNV2. With this designation, off-premise wiring is not acceptable.

  • Page 202

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 4.4.3 Connectors Table 4-23 GPZ-4LCA/GPZ-8LCE/ RJ-61 Cable Connector Pin-Outs show the pin-outs for the RJ-61 connector. Refer to Figure 4-12 Installing the GPZ-4LCA Daughter Board on page 4-45 illustrations showing the location of the connectors on the SLIDB blades.

  • Page 203

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 term GCD-LTA (D /SLT Combination) Figure 4-13 GCD-LTA Blade 4.5.1 Description The Digital Station/SLT Combination blade provides eight Digital Station ports and two analog ports. This blade allows for either a GPZ-4COTE analog trunk daughter board or PZ-2BRIA daughter board to be installed.

  • Page 204

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100  Eight Digital Station ports  Two analog extension ports  Two status LEDs 4.5.2 Installation Install the GCD-LTA blade into any available universal slot. When connecting a fax machine or analog  modem, make sure to set Program 15-03-03 to 1 (special terminal) to avoid communication problems.

  • Page 205

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 4.5.3 LED Indications LED indications for the GCD-LTA are indicated in Table 4-24 GCD-LTA LED Indications. Each LED is listed with its associated function and LED and Operational status. Refer to Figure 4-13 GCD-LTA Blade on page 4-49 for the location of the LEDs on the blade.

  • Page 206

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 4.5.4 Connectors Table 4-25 GCD-LTA RJ61 Cable Connector Pin-Outs on page 4-52 shows the pin-outs for the RJ-61 connector. Refer to Figure 4-13 GCD-LTA Blade on page 4-49 for an illustration showing the location of the connectors on the GCD-LTA blade.

  • Page 207

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 RUNK LADES ECTION GCD-4COTA (4 Loop Start Interface) Figure 4-14 GCD-4COTA Blade System Hardware Manual 4 - 53...

  • Page 208

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 5.1.1 Description The COIU blade provides:  GCD-4COTA: Four analog loop start trunk circuits  One trunk status LED One Blade status LED  Four Caller ID Circuits  Two Power Failure Transfer Circuits  ...

  • Page 209

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 5.1.2 Installation Install the COIU blade into an available slot in the chassis. (Refer to Figure 4-14 GCD-4COTA Blade on page 4-53 for a layout of the blade.) If the GPZ-4COTE is to be used, install this prior to inserting the GCD-4COTA blade into the chassis.

  • Page 210

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 5.1.4 Connectors Table 4-28 GCD-4COTA RJ-61 Cable Connector Pin-Outs on page 4-56 shows the pin-outs for the RJ-61 connector. Refer to Figure 4-14 GCD-4COTA Blade on page 4-53 for an illustration showing the location of the connectors on the 4COIU blades.

  • Page 211

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 GPZ-4COTE (4 Loop Start Interface Daughter Board) Figure 4-15 Installing the GPZ-4COTE Daughter Board 5.2.1 Description The GPZ-4COTE blade provides:  GPZ-4COTE: Four analog loop start trunk circuits  Four Caller ID Circuits  Connector for COIU Blade ...

  • Page 212

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 The GPZ-4COTE consumes four trunk ports ranging between ports 001~200. The CN2 connector provides connection to four analog trunk ports, which are polarity sensitive (tip-to-tip, ring-to-ring). The power failure circuits (CN3), however, are not polarity sensitive.

  • Page 213

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 5.2.2 Installation To install the GPZ-4COTE Four plastic spacers are included with the COIDB. Install the plastic spacers on the GCD-4COTA or GCD-LTA blade. Make sure to attach the spacers so that they extend out on the side of the daughter board which has the CN1 connector.

  • Page 214

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Table 4-30 GPZ-4COTE RJ-61 Cable Connector Pin-Outs (Continued) RJ-61 Cable Connector CN2, Trunks – Connecting to CD-LTB/GCD-LTA Blade The CN2 connector is polarity sensitive (tip-to-tip, ring-to-ring). Pin No. Connection Circuit 4 – Tip Circuit 3 – Tip Circuit 2 –...

  • Page 215

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 GCD-2BRIA (2 Basic Rate Interface) Figure 4-16 GCD-2BRIA Blade 5.3.1 Description This unit is an interface unit that accommodates an ISDN (Basic Rate) circuit. The BRI blade provides:  Two (GCD-2BRIA) 2-Channel Circuits (2B + D) configured as T-Bus...

  • Page 216

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100  64 Kb/s Clear B-Channel and 16 Kb/s D-Channel  Two Status LEDs  Connector for PZ-2BRIA These trunk circuits can be connected to either ISDN trunks or ISDN telephones, depending on the switch setting within system programming.

  • Page 217

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 With normal operation, the status LED  flashes fast. If trouble was found during the self diagnostics routine, the status LED flashes slow. Once connected, the PKG LED will not be  indicated for the status of Layer 1 Link.

  • Page 218

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 5.3.4 Connectors Table 4-33 GCD-2BRIA RJ-45 T-Bus Cable Connector Pin-Outs show the pin-outs for the RJ-45 cable connector for S-Bus and T-Bus connections. Refer to Figure 4-16 GCD-2BRIA Blade on page 4-61 for an illustration showing the location of the connectors on the GCD-2BRIA blade.

  • Page 219

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 The switches 6 and 7 define if the terminators are active. These should be set to ON, if the bus has no termination. If the bus is already terminated they may be set to OFF. Every ISDN-Bus must be terminated with a set of 100Ohm resistors at its ends.

  • Page 220: Pz-2bria (2 Basic Rate Interface Daughter Board)

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 PZ-2BRIA (2 Basic Rate Interface Daughter Board) Figure 4-17 Installing the PZ-2BRIA Daughter Board 4 - 66 Installing the SV9100 Blades...

  • Page 221

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 5.4.1 Description This daughter board provides two BRI circuits and is installed on the GCD-2BRIA blade. This board provides:  Two (GCD-2BRIA) 2-Channel Circuits (2B + D) configured as T-Bus or S-Bus  64 Kb/s Clear B-Channel and 16 Kb/s D-Channel ...

  • Page 222

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Before proceeding to Step 3, wait to verify that the STATUS LED starts to flash. With normal operation, the status LED  flashes fast. If trouble was found during the self diagnostics routine, the status LED flashes slow.

  • Page 223: Termination Switch Settings

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Table 4-35 PZ-2BRIA RJ-45 T-Bus Cable Connector Pin-Outs RJ-45 Cable Connector – CN7, CN8 T-Bus connection Pin No. Connection — — — — 5.4.4 Termination Switch Settings When the card is installed it may be necessary to change the termination switch settings.

  • Page 224: Gcd-4diopb (did/opx Interface)

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 GCD-4DIOPB (DID/OPX Interface) Figure 4-18 GCD-4DIOPB Blade 5.5.1 Description The GCD-4DIOPB supports the analog DID and single line telephone interface functions (such as Off-Premise Extension). The function type is assigned in programming for each port. The circuit types, however, should be grouped together.

  • Page 225

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2  Four (4DIOPU) DID trunk circuits or four OPX circuits  Two Blade status LEDs Table 4-36 GCD-4DIOPB Maximum Upgrade Capacities provides the maximum capacities for the GCD-4DIOPB blades when they are upgraded. Table 4-36 GCD-4DIOPB Maximum Upgrade Capacities 19”...

  • Page 226

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 5.5.4 Connectors The CN2 connector provides connection to four analog DID trunk ports, which are polarity sensitive (tip-to-tip, ring-to-ring). The OPX circuits, however, are not polarity sensitive. The DIOPU requires one universal slot. (Refer to Figure 4-18 GCD-4DIOPB Blade on page 4-70.) If Program 10-03-01 has OPX defined, note...

  • Page 227: Gcd-prta (pri Interface)

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 GCD-PRTA (PRI Interface) Figure 4-19 GCD-PRTA Blade (Front and Side View) 5.6.1 Description The GCD-PRTA PRI blade provides an interface for ISDN Primary Rate Interface (PRI) applications. This blade has a single 30-channel 64Kb per second digital signal circuit configured for PRI. Each blade connects to the network via an NTI Network Termination.

  • Page 228

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100  Basic PRI Call Control (BCC)  Display of incoming caller’s name and number (when allowed by the telco)  Speech and 3.1 KHz audio When installed, GCD-PRTA uses the first block of 32 consecutive trunk ports. For example, if a COIU blade is installed for trunks 1~8, the GCD-PRTA automatically uses trunks 9~40.

  • Page 229

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 diagram.) The CSU connects to the network through  an 8-pin RJ-45/RJ48C connector. Use either the RJ48C plug-to-RJ48C plug, which ships with the CSU or an RJ-45/ 48C plug-to RJ-45/48C plug straight through or CAT5 cable to connect the T1 to the CSU.

  • Page 230: Led Indications

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 5.6.3 LED Indications LED indications for the GCD-PRTA are listed in Table 4-40 GCD-PRTA LED Indications. Each LED is listed with its associated function and LED and Operational status. Refer to Figure 4-21 GCD-PRTA LED Indication Pattern of Layer 1 on T1 Unit on page 4-77 for LED pattern information.

  • Page 231

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Figure 4-21 GCD-PRTA LED Indication Pattern of Layer 1 on T1 Unit Table 4-41 ISDN LED Indications Alarm Details of the Alarm LED Indication Pattern Loss of Signal (Red alarm) Following an alarm blink (red, No Signam (Analogue...

  • Page 232

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Table 4-41 ISDN LED Indications Alarm Details of the Alarm LED Indication Pattern Note: The order of priority is set up to alarm in the order LOS>AIS>OOF>RAI. 5.6.4 Connectors Table 4-42 GCD-PRTA RJ-45 Cable Connector Pin-Outs shows the pin-outs for the RJ-45 connector.

  • Page 233

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Table 4-43 GCD-PRTA RJ48C Connector Pin-outs shows the pin- outs for the 8-pin RJ48C connector for the network and terminal interfaces. Table 4-43 GCD-PRTA RJ48C Connector Pin-outs Network Interface Terminal Interface Pinout for the 8-Pin Pinout for the 8-Pin...

  • Page 234: Gcd-4odtb (4-port Tie Line Interface Blade)

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 GCD-4ODTB (4-Port Tie Line Interface Blade) Figure 4-22 GCD-4ODTB Blade 5.7.1 Description The GCD-4ODTB Tie Line blade is an out band dial type analog tie line interface blade. This blade supports system connections to either 2-wire (four lead, tip/ring) or 4-wire (eight lead, tip/ring/tip 1/ ring 1) E&M signalling tie lines (determined in Program 10-13 ).

  • Page 235

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2  Four analog 4-circuit tie line interfaces  Two Blade status LEDs  Two straps and one switch per circuit to determine the circuit type Limitation depends on the connecting Router, Multiplexer or Exchange. If the UNIVERGE...

  • Page 236

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 5.7.3 LED Indications LED indications for the GCD-4ODTB are listed in Table 4-45 GCD-4ODTB LED Indications. Each LED is listed with its associated function and LED and Operational status. Refer to Figure 4-22 GCD-4ODTB Blade on page 4-80 for the location of the LEDs on the blade.

  • Page 237

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Table 4-46 GCD-4ODTB RJ-61 Cable Connector Pin-Outs RJ-61 Cable Connector – 2-Wire E&M, CN1A~CN1D Pin No. Connection Description — Not Used Control signal to trunk — Not Used Voice signal both ways Voice signal both ways —...

  • Page 238: Connections

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 5.7.5 Connections Figure 4-23 Voice Signal Connection for Type I And V on page 4-84 Figure 4-24 Control Signal Connection on page 4-85 show the signaling methods for circuit types. Figure 4-23 Voice Signal Connection for Type I And V...

  • Page 239

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Figure 4-24 Control Signal Connection System Hardware Manual 4 - 85...

  • Page 240: Cd-vm00 (voice Mail And Server)

    Battery Socket 6.1.1 Description This blade is a PC platform installed in the UNIVERGE SV9100 that contains data storage for voice recording and application software supporting a maximum of 16 ports. A digital signal processor/voice processing section handles the following...

  • Page 241

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Two USB 1.0 ports for USB keyboard support, database backup and software upgrades One 15-pin VGA connector for VHA monitor support 6.1.2 Installation Only one CD-VM00 can be installed per system.  Handle the CF drive carefully. To prevent damage, do not drop the drive or apply pressure to it.

  • Page 242

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Figure 4-27 Install the SO-DIMM Memory Install the Compact Flash drive into slot CN7, make sure the drive is fully seated in the slot (refer to Figure 4-28 Install the Compact Flash Drive). Figure 4-28 Install the Compact Flash Drive 6.1.3...

  • Page 243: Busy Led – Red

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 6.1.3.2 Busy LED – Red The Busy LED is controlled by the DSP and indicates the port status. Off: Power off or idle. On: Reset. 6.1.3.3 Application LED – Red/Green (Dual Color) The Application LED is controlled by the DSP indicates the state...

  • Page 244: Db9 To 6-pin Modular Rs-232 Adapter

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 6.1.4.2 DB9 to 6-pin Modular RS-232 Adapter Figure 4-29 GCD-VM00 DB9 to 6-Pin Modular RS-232 Adapter 6.1.4.3 RS-232 Serial Cable (DTE) Figure 4-30 GCD-VM00 RS-232 Serial Cable (DTE) 4 - 90 Installing the SV9100 Blades...

  • Page 245: Rs-232 Serial Cable (dce)

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 6.1.4.4 RS-232 Serial Cable (DCE) Figure 4-31 GCD-VM00 RS-232 Serial Cable (DCE) 6.1.4.5 USB Interface APSU provides two USB interfaces that can be used for the following devices: USB Keyboard USB Memory Device 6.1.4.6 VGA Display Interface...

  • Page 246

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 The RJ-45 connector pin-out is shown in Figure 4-32 Ethernet Connector Pin-Out. Figure 4-32 Ethernet Connector Pin-Out View Pin No. Signal Note PIN1 ---- PIN8 10 Base-T/100 Base-TX port (RJ-45 connector) 4 - 92 Installing the SV9100 Blades...

  • Page 247: Cd-pvaa (packet Voice Application)

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 CD-PVAA (Packet Voice Application) Figure 4-33 CD-PVAA Blade 6.2.1 Description The Packet Voice Application, CD-PVAA blade is an optional interface that supports Application Packages (Univerge Multimedia Conference Bridge, and Interactive Voice Response Application). This blade can be assigned as a CNF package to support Multimedia Conference Bridge or IVR package to support the Interactive Voice Response Application supporting a maximum of 16 ports.

  • Page 248

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 A digital signal processor/voice processing section handles the following functions:  DTMF detection  DTMF generation  General tone detection  Automatic Gain Control (AGC) Basic Support Package Each blade installed with the CNF or IVR package accounts for up to 16 Extension Ports of the Total Port capacity (One Conference or One IVR blade maximum).

  • Page 249

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2  Fast Flash: Board is in sync with the chassis and operating normally Busy LED – Red  On: Application problem CompactFlash Card Activity LED – Red CompactFlash Card Activity LED is controlled by the IDE controller and ...

  • Page 250: Gcd-rga (application Gateway)

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 GCD-RGA (Application Gateway) Figure 4-34 GCD-RGA Blade Reset Busy LED Active LED 6.3.1 Description The GCD-RGA blade is a 4-port switch and router which complies with the Ethernet specification for 10 Base-T, 100 Base-TX and 1000 Base-TX. This blade is compatible in LAN applications using 10Mbps, 100Mbps and 1000Mbs.

  • Page 251

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Quality of Service (QOS): DiffServ  802.1p  802.1Q  Traffic Shaping for Upstream and Downstream traffic  Firewall: Denial of Service (DoS) Protection  Black WAN Ping Requests  Multicast Pass Through  VPN Pass Through ...

  • Page 252

    Multimedia Conference Application The VoIPDB is required for IP telephones to communicate with non-VoIP UNIVERGE SV9100 telephones, and to place or receive outside calls, must be connected to either an external switching hub or to the Router blade. ugs into a universal slot and does not consume GCD-RGA blade pl any port unless the conference application is licensed.

  • Page 253: Status Leds

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 6.3.4 Status LEDs The table below shows the user-level description of the front panel LEDs in RGA mode. Table 4-47 GCD-RGA Status LEDs Running with Licensed Licensed Licensed Reset Just Booting Reset 0 License APP on...

  • Page 254

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 6.3.6 Connectors 10/100/1000 BASE-TX Ethernet Interface The PVA2 card provides five 10/100/1000 Ethernet interfaces. The LAN ports are used for the local area network connections. The WAN port is used for connecting to other networks or ISP (refer to...

  • Page 255: Cd-etia (gigabit Poe Switch)

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 CD-ETIA (Gigabit PoE Switch) Figure 4-35 CD-ETIA Blade 6.4.1 Description The CD-ETIA blade is a managed 8-port gigabit ethernet PoE switch. Ports 1 and 8 are the default uplink ports. All the user management and stacking is based on this setup. This blade provides: 8 Gigabit Ethernet (10/100/1000) Ports ...

  • Page 256

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100  802.1p Priority Queuing  Port Mirroring  802.3x Flow Control  Independent VLAN Learning Support  TCP/IP Networking Stack Multi-Unit Stacking (multiple blades in a system are managed from the  same user interface) ...

  • Page 257: Gcd-cp10ip Address Assignment

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 6.4.2.2 GCD-CP10IP Address Assignment The GSWU Main board will be provided with an IP address from the back plane CPU during the initialization sequence. The provision of an IP address from the back plane will identify the Main board. If during initialization, the IP address is set to 0 by the CPU, the blade is then determined to be an Add-on.

  • Page 258: Unmanaged Switch Functions

    The grouping of the three GSWU units to form a 20 port switch is restricted to reside in a single system location. The grouping is not allowed where the GSWU units are placed as part of the NetLink feature in the Univerge SV9100 system. 6.4.2.5...

  • Page 259

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 - - NOTES - - System Hardware Manual 4 - 105...

  • Page 260

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 4 - 106 Installing the SV9100 Blades...

  • Page 261

    Installing DT Series Digital and IP Multiline Terminals ENERAL ESCRIPTION ECTION This chapter provides information about the DT Series digital and IP Chapter terminals in addition to the single line telephones, cordless telephones and wireless telephones. Table 5-1 Terminal Category Reference Chart Equipment Series Name Comments...

  • Page 262

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Table 5-1 Terminal Category Reference Chart Equipment Series Name Comments DT 400 Series DT 410 DTZ-2E-( ) Economical terminal providing access to basic telephony and Digital (Economy) DTZ-6DE-( ) messaging service Terminal Fully functional keypad providing standard business functions such as...

  • Page 263

    ITL-320C-( ) IP terminal provides a 5” color touch panel (Sophisticat Features of the telephone provide easy use of NEC Unified communications and third-party telephony XML applications Access to 32 telephony feature lines across an IP backbone, built-in full duplex speakerphone and DESI-Less line key labeling are...

  • Page 264

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Table 5-1 Terminal Category Reference Chart Equipment Series Name Comments Wireless Handset G955 SIP DECT G266 SIP DECT G566 SIP DECT ML440 SIP DECT Cordless Cordless DECT DTL-8R-1 DT 800 Series DT 830 ITZ-8LDG-( ) 8-button DESI-Less LCD telephone...

  • Page 265

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Table 5-2 Terminal and Adapter Compatibility (DT300/DT700) Table 5-3 Terminal and Adapter Compatibility (DT400/DT800) show the compatibility between the terminals and adapter used in the system. Table 5-2 Terminal and Adapter Compatibility (DT300/DT700) Adapter Unit Terminal...

  • Page 266

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Table 5-2 Terminal and Adapter Compatibility (DT300/DT700) (Continued) Adapter Unit Terminal ADA-L APR-L ILPA PSA-L BCH-L BHA-L GBA-L –— = Option Not Available  = Optional Available = When the IPLA-L is connected to a 12CG/12DG terminal, max connection speed drops to 100Mbps.

  • Page 267

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Table 5-4 Terminal and Line Key/LCD Compatibility (DT300/DT700) Line Key/LCD Terminal 8 LK-L 8LKD(LD)-L 8LKI(LD)-L 12LK-L LCD (BL-L DCL-60 IP Terminals: ITL-2E-1 (BK) TEL –— –— –— –— –— –— ITL-6DE-1 (BK) TEL –— –— –—...

  • Page 268

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Table 5-5 Terminal and Line Key/LCD Compatibility (DT400/DT800) Line Key/LCD Terminal 8 LK-Z 16LK-Z DCL-60 Digital Terminals: DT400 DTZ-2E-3 (BK) TEL — — — — — — DTZ-6DE-3 (BK) TEL  —  DTZ-12D-3 (BK)/(WH) TEL ...

  • Page 269

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Table 5-6 Terminal and Tenkey Kit Compatibility DT300/DT700) (Continued) Tenkey Kit Terminal BS(F)-L BS(S)-L BS(ACD)-L BS(Braille)-L BS(Retro)-l      ITL-12D-1 (BK)/(WH) TEL      ITL-12CG-3 (BK) TEL   ...

  • Page 270

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Table 5-7 Terminal and Ten Key Kit Compatibility (DT400/DT800) (Continued) Ten Key Kit Terminal Sticker- BS(F)-Z BS(S)-Z BS(ACD)-Z Braille-Z KIT (Retro-F)-Z      DTZ-12D-3 (BK)/(WH) TEL      DTZ-24D-3 (BK)/(WH) TEL ...

  • Page 271

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Table 5-8 Terminal and Optional Equipment Compatibility (DT300/DT700) Equipment Terminal PSA-L PANEL-L WM-L IP Terminals: ITL-2E-1 (BK) TEL –—   ITL-6DE-1 (BK) TEL –—   ITL-8LDE-1 (BK) TEL –—     ...

  • Page 272

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Table 5-8 Terminal and Optional Equipment Compatibility (DT300/DT700) Equipment Terminal PSA-L PANEL-L WM-L –— = Option Not Available  = Optional Available * The WM-L is required if the ADA-L UNIT or APR-L UNIT are installed on the telephone.

  • Page 273

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Table 5-9 Terminal and Optional Equipment Compatibility (DT400/DT800) Equipment Terminal PANEL-L WM-L Console:  — DCZ-60-2 (BK)/(WH) CONSOLE — = Option Not Available = Optional Available 1 The WM-L is required if the ADA-L UNIT or APR-L UNIT is installed on the telephone.

  • Page 274: Dt300 Series Digital Multilineterminals

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 DT300/DT400 S ERIES IGITAL ULTILINE ERMINALS ECTION The DT300 Series offers a new exciting line up of digital telephones. These telephones (except economy), have a modular design that allows the telephones to be upgraded and customized. Optional LCD panels, dial pads, feature key kits, handset cradles, face plates and colored side panels can easily be snapped on and off to upgrade and customize as the customer desires.

  • Page 275

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 2.1.2 DTL-6DE-1 (BK) TEL This digital economy Multiline Terminal has six line keys with display and is available in black only. The terminal features:  Non-modular design  Four step adjustable base  Half-duplex speaker phone ...

  • Page 276

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 2.1.3 DTL-8LD-1 (BK) TEL/DTL-8LD-1 (WH) TEL This digital value Multiline Terminal has eight line keys with display and is available in both black and white. The terminal features: Modular design  Four step adjustable base ...

  • Page 277

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 2.1.4 DTL-12BT-1 (BK) TEL This digital value Multiline Terminal has 12 line keys and is available in black only. The terminal features: Keyset-like Handset  Eight Line Buttons  Function Button   Dial Button ...

  • Page 278

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 2.1.5 DTL-12D-1 (BK) TEL/DTL-12D-1 (WH) TEL This digital value Multiline Terminal has 12 line keys and is available in both black and white. The terminal features: Modular design  Four step adjustable base  Full-duplex speaker phone ...

  • Page 279

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 2.1.6 DTL-12PA-1 (BK) TEL This digital value multiline terminal with Analog Power Failure adapter has 12 line keys and is available in black only. The terminal features:  Modular design  Four step adjustable base ...

  • Page 280

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 2.1.7 DTL-24D-1 (BK) TEL/DTL-24D-1 (WH) TEL This digital value Multiline Terminal has 24 line keys and is available in both black and white. The terminal features: Modular design  Four step adjustable base  Full-duplex speaker phone ...

  • Page 281

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 2.1.8 DTL-32D-1 (BK) TEL/DTL-32D-1 (WH) TEL This digital value Multiline Terminal has 32 line keys (24 line keys plus eight line key LK Unit) and is available in both black and white. The terminal features: ...

  • Page 282: Dt400 Series Digital Multiline Terminals

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 DT400 Series Digital Multiline Terminals 2.2.1 DTZ-2E-3 (BK) TEL This digital economy non-display multiline terminal has two programmable line keys and is available in black only. The terminal features:  Non-modular design  Four-step adjustable base ...

  • Page 283

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 2.2.2 DTZ-6DE-3 (BK) TEL This digital economy multiline terminal has six line keys with display and is available in black only. The terminal features: Non-modular design  Four-step adjustable base  Half-duplex speaker phone  ...

  • Page 284

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 2.2.3 DTZ-12D-3 (BK)/(WH) TEL This digital value multiline terminal has 12 line keys and is available in both black and white. The terminal features: Modular design  Four-step adjustable base  Full-duplex speaker phone  ...

  • Page 285

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 2.2.4 DTZ-24D-3 (BK)/(WH) TEL This digital value multiline terminal has 24 line keys and is available in both black and white. The terminal features: Modular design  Four-step adjustable base  Full-duplex speaker phone  ...

  • Page 286

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 2.2.5 DTZ-8LD-3 (BK)/(WH) TEL This digital value multiline terminal has eight line keys with display and is available in both black and white. The terminal features: Modular design  Four step adjustable base  Full-duplex speaker phone ...

  • Page 287: Dt700 Ip Multilineterminals

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 DT700/DT800 S IP M ERIES ULTILINE ERMINALS ECTION The DT700 Series offers a new exciting line up of IP telephones. These telephones (except economy), have a modular design that allows the telephones to be upgraded and customized. Optional LCD panels, dial pads, feature key kits, handset cradles, face plates and colored side panels can easily be snapped on and off to upgrade and customize as the customer desires.

  • Page 288: Itl-6de-1 (bk) Tel

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 3.1.2 ITL-6DE-1 (BK) TEL This IP economy Multiline Terminal has six line keys with display and is available in black only. The terminal features:  Non-modular design  Four step adjustable base  Remote login and maintenance ...

  • Page 289: Itl-8lde-1 (bk) Tel

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 3.1.3 ITL-8LDE-1 (BK) TEL This IP value Multiline Terminal has eight line keys with display and is available in both black only. The terminal features: Non-Modular design  Four step adjustable base  Full-duplex speaker phone ...

  • Page 290: Itl-8ld-1 (bk) Tel/itl-8ld-1 (wh) Tel

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 3.1.4 ITL-8LD-1 (BK) TEL/ITL-8LD-1 (WH) TEL This IP value Multiline Terminal has eight line keys with display and is available in both black and white. The terminal features: Modular design  Four step adjustable base ...

  • Page 291: Itl-12d-1 (bk) Tel/itl-12d-1 (wh) Tel

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 3.1.5 ITL-12D-1 (BK) TEL/ITL-12D-1 (WH) TEL This IP value Multiline Terminal has 12 line keys and is available in both black and white. The terminal features: Modular design  Four step adjustable base  Full-duplex speaker phone ...

  • Page 292: Itl-12cg-3 (bk) Tel

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 3.1.6 ITL-12CG-3 (BK) TEL This IP value multiline terminal has 12 line keys and is available in black only. The terminal features: USB Connection (USB 2.0, 5V/500mA supply)  Modular design  Four-step adjustable base ...

  • Page 293: Itl-12dg-3 (bk) Tel

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 3.1.7 ITL-12DG-3 (BK) TEL This IP value multiline terminal has 12 line keys and is available in black only. The terminal features: USB Connection (USB 2.0, 5V/500mA supply)  Modular design  Four-step adjustable base ...

  • Page 294: Itl-12pa-1 (bk) Tel

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 3.1.8 ITL-12PA-1 (BK) TEL This IP value Multiline Terminal with Analog Power Failure adapter has 12 line keys and is available in black only. The terminal features: Modular design  Four step adjustable base  Full-duplex speaker phone ...

  • Page 295: Itl-24d-1 (bk) Tel/itl-24d-1 (wh) Tel

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 3.1.9 ITL-24D-1 (BK) TEL/ITL-24D-1 (WH) TEL This IP value Multiline Terminal has 24 line keys and is available in both black and white. The terminal features: Modular design  Four step adjustable base  Full-duplex speaker phone ...

  • Page 296: Itl-32d-1 (bk) Tel/itl-32d-1 (wh) Tel

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 3.1.10 ITL-32D-1 (BK) TEL/ITL-32D-1 (WH) TEL This IP value Multiline Terminal has 32 line keys (24 line keys plus an eight line key LK Unit) and is available in both black and white. The terminal features: ...

  • Page 297: Itl-320c-1 (bk) Tel

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 3.1.11 ITL-320C-1 (BK) TEL This IP Multiline Terminal features a large color touch panel LCD and is available in black only. The terminal features: Modular design  Four step adjustable base  Full-duplex speaker phone ...

  • Page 298: Dt800 Series Ip Multiline Terminals

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 DT800 Series IP Multiline Terminals 3.2.1 ITZ-12D-3 (BK)/(WH) TEL This IP value multiline terminal has 12 line keys and is available in both black and white. The terminal features:  Modular design  Four-step adjustable base ...

  • Page 299: Itz-12cg-3 (bk)/(wh) Tel

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 3.2.2 ITZ-12CG-3 (BK)/(WH) TEL This IP value multiline terminal has 12 line keys and is available in both black and white. The terminal features: Modular design  Four-step adjustable base  Seven-color LED for incoming calls ...

  • Page 300: Itz-12dg-3 (bk)/(wh) Tel

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 3.2.3 ITZ-12DG-3 (BK)/(WH) TEL This IP value multiline terminal has 12 line keys and is available in both black and white. The terminal features: Modular design  Four-step adjustable base  Seven-color LED for incoming calls ...

  • Page 301: Itz-24d-3 (bk)/(wh) Tel

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 3.2.4 ITZ-24D-3 (BK)/(WH) TEL This IP value multiline terminal has 24 line keys and is available in both black and white. The terminal features: Modular design  Four-step adjustable base  Seven-color LED for incoming calls ...

  • Page 302: Itz-8ldg-3 (bk)/(wh) Tel

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 3.2.5 ITZ-8LDG-3 (BK)/(WH) TEL This IP value multiline terminal has eight line keys with display and is available in both black and white. The terminal features: Modular design  Four-step adjustable base  Seven-color LED for incoming calls ...

  • Page 303: Connecting The Handset

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 NSTALL ULTILINE ERMINALS ECTION Connecting the DT300/DT400 Series Multiline Terminal to the System This instruction applies to all DT300/DT400 Series Multiline Terminals. 4.1.1 Connecting the Handset Confirm the location of the handset connector on the bottom of the multiline terminal.

  • Page 304: Connecting The Line Cord

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Figure 5-31 Installing the Handset (DT400) 4.1.2 Connecting the Line Cord Confirm the location of the line connector on the bottom of the multiline terminal. Then, connect the line cord to the multiline terminal using the steps shown below.

  • Page 305: Line Cord Connection Dt400

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Cord Groove (DT300). Figure 5-33 Line Cord Groove (DT300) Turn the terminal over and place it so the Line Cord can be passed through the groove between the tilt legs. Refer to Figure 5-34 Line Cord Groove Back of Terminal (DT300).

  • Page 306

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Figure 5-35 Installing the Line Cord (DT400) Install the Line Cord in the groove. Refer to Figure 5-36 Line Cord Groove (DT400). Figure 5-36 Line Cord Groove (DT400) Turn the terminal over and place it so the Line Cord can be passed through the groove between the tilt legs.

  • Page 307: Applying Power To The Dt700 Multiline Terminals

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Applying Power to the DT700 Multiline Terminals Figure 5-1 Line Cord Groove Back of Terminal (DT400) The DT700/DT800 terminals support two different methods to power the terminal: AC-2R/AC-3R  Plug the optional AC-2R/AC-3R AC Adapter input Jack in the terminal base unit, and plug the wall plug of the AC Adapter in a standard 230 Vac wall outlet.

  • Page 308: Section 3 Dt700/dt800 Series Ip Multiline Terminals

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Connecting the DT700/DT800 Series IP Multiline Terminal to the Network and PC These instructions for connecting an IP Multiline Terminal to the Network and PC apply to DT700/DT800 series Multiline Terminals. Refer to Figure 5-37 IP Terminal Connector Locations.

  • Page 309: Adjusting The Lcd On The Multiline Terminal

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Figure 5-38 Typical Network IP Connection Adjusting the LCD on the Multiline Terminal DT Series display Multiline Terminals have an adjustable Liquid Crystal Display (LCD). The LCD can be adjusted by pulling up or pushing down as desired.

  • Page 310: Installing Line Key Kit (12lk-l Kit)

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Installing Line Key Kit (12LK-L KIT The 12LK-L KIT Provides twelve additional buttons to ITL or DTL multiline terminals. The 12LK-L KIT kit: Mounts directly to top side of terminal  Supports Red and Green LED colors ...

  • Page 311

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Line Key Panel Figure 5-41 Removing the Line Key Panel Lift and remove the DESI sheet. DESI Sheet Figure 5-42 Removing the DESI Sheet Press the right end of the Line Key placeholder and lift to...

  • Page 312

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Press here then Lift Figure 5-43 Removing the Line Key Placeholder Install the 12LK-L KIT and press down until click is heard. 12LK-L KIT Figure 5-44 Installing the 12LK-L KIT 5 - 52 Installing DT Series Digital and IP Multiline Terminals...

  • Page 313

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 If desired, print and install the new DESI sheet. Figure 5-45 Installing the DESI Sheet Install the supplied Line Key Panel (refer to Figure 5-46 Installing the Line Key Panel). Line Key Panel Figure 5-46 Installing the Line Key Panel Install the side panel.

  • Page 314: Configuring The Digital Telephone For The Correct Number Of Line Keys

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 4.5.2 Configuring the Digital Telephone for the Correct Number of Line Keys With the telephone not plugged in and the handset on-hook, press the 4 and 6 buttons on the numbered keypad and connect the telephone cable.

  • Page 315

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Press Soft Key 2 for Key Kit Type. Select the type of keypad kit being used by pressing the Up/ Down key. Table 5-11 Keypad Kit Type Keypad Kit Entry Description Kit1 Type A – Japan with cursor key Kit2 Type A –...

  • Page 316: Installing The Directory Card On The Multiline Terminal

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Continue pressing Soft Key 4 to exit (Exit-Exit-Save). The terminal will reset automatically. Installing the Directory Card on the Multiline Terminal A directory card can be attached to DT300/DT700 Series Multiline Terminals. The directory card can be used to record often dialed numbers or other important information.

  • Page 317: Installing A Numbered Keypad On The Multiline Terminal

    The BS( )-L Kits are keypad sets, which can be installed on a multiline terminal replacing the Standard Numbered Keypad. Standard Numbered Keypad  The standard keypad (in black or white), is commonly delivered with the UNIVERGE SV9100 terminal (refer to Figure 5-49 Standard Numbered Keypad on page 5-58). System Hardware Manual...

  • Page 318

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Figure 5-49 Standard Numbered Keypad BS (Retro)-L KIT  The optional Retro keypad (in black or white), is compatible with the term Series i telephone, allowing the terminal to be used with the IPK II, IPC 500 and IPS multiline terminals.

  • Page 319: Installing The Numbered Keypad On A Multiline Terminal

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 4.7.1 Installing the Numbered Keypad on a Multiline Terminal To prevent possible damage to the Numbered Keypad or the DTL/ITL multiline terminal during installation or removal, disconnect the line cord/ LAN cable and the AC/DC adapter from the DTL/ ITL multiline terminal.

  • Page 320

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Slide the replacement numbered keypad into the grooves located on the inside of the telephone, then press down on the keypad to snap it into place. See Figure 5-53 Install New Numbered Keypad into DT300/DT700 Series Terminal.

  • Page 321: Configuring The Digital Telephone For The Numbered Keypad

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 4.7.2 Configuring the Digital Telephone for the Numbered Keypad With the telephone not plugged in and the handset on-hook, press the 4 and 6 buttons on the numbered keypad and connect the telephone cable. This places the telephone into Service Class R/W mode. The MW LED should be lit.

  • Page 322

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 At the Login screen, enter the user name (default = ADMIN) and password (default = 6633222) and press the OK Soft Key. Press Soft Key 3 for Maintenance Setting. Press Soft Key 4 for Adjust. Press Soft Key 2 for Key Kit Type.

  • Page 323: Adjusting The Height On The Multiline Terminal

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Table 5-15 Line Key Kit Type (Continued) Line Key Kit Entry Description Kit6 Value 6-Button Kit2 Value 2-Button Kit0 IP-CTS Press Soft Key 4 for OK to complete. Continue pressing Soft Key 4 to exit (Exit-Exit-Save). The terminal will reset automatically.

  • Page 324: Install The Bs (braille)-l (bk) Kit

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Install the BS (Braille)-L (BK) KIT Stickers 1 and 2 (2-button, 6-button, 12-button and 24-button telephones) Stickers 1 and 2 are attached by peeling the sticker from the sheet and applying it to the face plate (it can be applied over the LCD) or by cutting the sticker from the sheet and placing the sticker in the Directory Card holder.

  • Page 325

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Figure 5-57 Sticker-Braille-L KIT (Sheet 2) System Hardware Manual 5 - 65...

  • Page 326

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 4.10 Adjusting the Height on the Multiline Terminal The height of the DT series multiline terminals can be adjusted by moving the legs attached to the bottom of the terminal. Turn telephone over (button side down).

  • Page 327: Install Tilt Legs

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 telephone. See Figure 5-59 Separating the Tilt Legs. Figure 5-59 Separating the Tilt Legs Push downward (two arrows) and slide downward (refer to Figure 5-60 Remove Tilt Legs from Multiline Terminal. Figure 5-60 Remove Tilt Legs from Multiline Terminal Lift and remove the Tilt Legs.

  • Page 328

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 5-61 Attach Tilt Legs to Multiline Terminal. Figure 5-61 Attach Tilt Legs to Multiline Terminal Push the Tilt Legs upward until they snap into place. Lift both ends of Tilt Legs until they come together (refer to Figure 5-62 Connecting the Tilt Legs on page 5-68).

  • Page 329

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 5-63 Adjust Height of Multline Terminal). Figure 5-63 Adjust Height of Multline Terminal System Hardware Manual 5 - 69...

  • Page 330: Wall Mounting The Multiline Terminal

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 4.12 Wall Mounting the Multiline Terminal You can wall mount a DT Series connection Multiline Terminal using the base cover or an optional wall mount unit. A wall mount unit must be used if adapters are installed on the Multiline Terminal.

  • Page 331

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 4.12.1.2 Wall Mounting the Multiline Terminal Plug line cord in the wall receptacle. Leave about eight inches of cord and bundle the rest as shown in Figure 5-66 Bundling the Line Cord. Figure 5-66 Bundling the Line Cord Ensure the Tilt Legs are in the flat (unused position).

  • Page 332: Removing The Multiline Terminal From The Wall Mounted Base Plate

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Figure 5-68 Mount Multiline Terminal Wall on Wall Plate Push spare line cord behind the Multiline Terminal. 4.12.1.3 Removing the Multiline Terminal from the Wall Mounted Base Plate. To remove the Multiline Terminal, push up on the telephone until it comes loose.

  • Page 333: Wall Mounting The Base On A Switch Box

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 4.12.1.4 Wall Mounting the Base on a Switch Box Locate the screw holes on the base and hang the cover over the screws on the switch box as illustrated in Figure 5-70 Wall Mounting Base on Switch Box.

  • Page 334: Dt Series Terminal Options

    ERMINALS PTIONAL QUIPMENT ECTION DT Series Terminal Options The following chart provides a quick overview of the options available with the DT Series telephones for UNIVERGE SV9100. Table 5-16 Connectivity of Options (DT300/DT700) IP Terminals Digital Terminals Value ITL-8LD-1 Value...

  • Page 335

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Table 5-16 Connectivity of Options (DT300/DT700) IP Terminals Digital Terminals Value ITL-8LD-1 Value Economy Terminal Options ITL-12D-1 DTL-8LD-1 Economy Sophisticated ITL-2E-1 ITL-12CG-3 DTL-12D-1 DTL-2E-1 ITL-320C-1 ITL-6DE-1 ITL-12DG-3 DTL-24D-1 DTL-6DE-1 ITL-8LDE-1 ITL-24D-1 DTL-32D-1 ITL-32D-1 DESI-less LK/LCD Unit N/A (Built in) ...

  • Page 336: Dt Series Optional Terminal Equipment

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 DT Series Optional Terminal Equipment 5.2.1 8LK-L (BK) UNIT/8LK-L (WH) UNIT Provides eight additional line keys to IDT Series terminals (except Economy). The unit features:  Mounts directly to right side of terminal  Supports Red and Green LED colors Figure 5-72 8LK-L UNIT 5.2.1.1...

  • Page 337

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Pry the side panel from the multiline terminal. Side Panel Figure 5-73 Remove Side Panel from Multiline Terminal Return the multiline terminal to the buttons side up position. Fit the projections on the side of the 8LK-L UNIT into the guide holes on the side of the multiline terminal.

  • Page 338: Lkd (ld)-l (bk) Unit/8lkd (ld)-l (wh) Unit

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Open the small door covering the side option connectors by pulling the cover handle to the front. Telephone Side Option Connection Cable Connector Cover Figure 5-75 Install the 8LK-L UNIT Cable Connect the cable from the 8LK-L UNIT to the side...

  • Page 339: Installing The 8lkd (ld)-l Unit

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Figure 5-76 8LKD (LD)-L UNIT 5.2.2.1 Installing the 8LKD (LD)-L UNIT To prevent possible damage to the 8LKD (LD)-L UNIT or the DTL multiline terminal during installation or removal, disconnect the line cord/LAN cable and the AC/DC adapter from the DTL multiline terminal.

  • Page 340

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Remove the screw (refer to Figure 5-77 Remove Side Panel from Multiline Terminal on page 5-79). Carefully, return the multiline terminal to the buttons side up position. Remove the soft keys and line key kit from the telephone.

  • Page 341

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Guide Projection Guide (One Each Side) Figure 5-79 Ribbon Cable Installed Align the projections on the bottom of the 8LKD (LD)-L UNIT into the guide holes on top of the multiline terminal. Slide the 8LKD (LD)-L UNIT toward the keypad...

  • Page 342: Lki (ld)-l (bk) Unit/8lki (ld)-l (wh) Unit

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Holding the LCD in place, turn the multiline terminal button side down. Install the screw (refer to Figure 5-81 Install Screw). Screw Side Panel Figure 5-81 Install Screw Attach the side panel to the side of the 8LKD (LD)-L...

  • Page 343: Installing The 8lki (ld)-l Unit

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Figure 5-82 8LKI (LD)-L UNIT 5.2.3.1 Installing the 8LKI (LD)-L UNIT To prevent possible damage to the 8LKI (LD)-L UNIT or the ITL multiline terminal during installation or removal, disconnect the line cord/LAN cable and the AC/DC adapter from the ITL multiline terminal.

  • Page 344

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Remove the screw (refer to Figure 5-83 Remove Side Panel from Multiline Terminal on page 5-83). Carefully, return the multiline terminal to the buttons side up position. Remove the soft keys and line key kit from the telephone.

  • Page 345

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Guide Projection Guide (One Each Side) Figure 5-85 Ribbon Cable Installed Align the projections on the bottom of the 8LKI (LD)-L UNIT into the guide holes on top of the multiline terminal (refer to Figure 5-85 Ribbon Cable Installed).

  • Page 346: Dcl-60-1/dcz-60-2 Console (bk/wh)

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Holding the LCD in place, turn the multiline terminal button side down. Install screw (refer to Figure 5-87 Install Screw). Screw Side Panel Figure 5-87 Install Screw Attach the side panel to the side of the 8LKI (LD)-L...

  • Page 347: Installing The Dcl-60-1/dcz-60-2 Console

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Keep the following in mind when installing DSS Consoles:  A 60-Button DSS Console requires a separate digital station port when pairing with a digital keyset. For IP terminals, the first console is connected to the side option slot using a special cable.

  • Page 348

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 a time. Pry the side panel from the multiline terminal. Side Panel Figure 5-89 Remove Side Panel from Multiline Terminal Turn the multiline terminal button side up. Fit the projections of the supplied bracket into the side of the multiline terminal.

  • Page 349

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Carefully push the Serial cable into the Serial Cable Groove (DT700/DT800 only). Figure 5-91 Press Serial Cable into Groove Using the guides, slide the DCL-60-1 onto the installed bracket (refer to Figure 5-91 Press Serial Cable into Groove).

  • Page 350

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Open the small door covering the side option connectors by pulling the cover latch toward you (refer to Figure 5-93 Serial Cable Installed, DT700/ DT800 only). Connect the cable from the DCL-60-1/DCZ-60-2 CONSOLE to the Side Option Connector on the multiline terminal and close the cover (DT700/ DT800 only).

  • Page 351: Lcd (bl)-l (bk) Unit/lcd (bl)-l (wh) Unit

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Figure 5-94 Connect AC Adapter Cable Complete the installation by reattaching both plastic panels to the front of the multiline terminal. Figure 5-95 DCL-60-1/DCZ-60-2 CONSOLE Installed 5.2.5 LCD (BL)-L (BK) UNIT/LCD (BL)-L (WH) UNIT The LCD (BL)-L UNIT is an optional LCD unit for modular terminals and supports the backlit LCD feature (DT300 Series only).

  • Page 352: Lcd (bl)-z Unit (bk/wh)

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Figure 5-96 LCD (BL)-L UNIT 5.2.6 LCD (BL)-Z UNIT (BK/WH) The LCD (BL)-Z UNIT is an optional LCD unit for modular terminals and supports the backlit LCD feature (DT400 Series only). Figure 5-97 LCD (BL)-Z UNIT 5.2.7...

  • Page 353: Wm-l Unit Attached To Wall

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Right and Left side panels are not interchangeable. Figure 5-98 PANEL( )-L UNIT 5.2.8 WM-L UNIT Attached to Wall The WM-L UNIT (Wall Mount Unit) is used to attach any DT Series multiline terminal to the wall. This unit connects to the back side of the telephone.

  • Page 354

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 (refer to Figure 5-100 Cutouts for WM-L UNIT). Cutouts Cutouts Figure 5-100 Cutouts for WM-L UNIT 5 - 94 Installing DT Series Digital and IP Multiline Terminals...

  • Page 355: Release The Wm-l Unit

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Push down on telephone until the WM-L UNIT snaps into place (refer to Figure 5-101 WM-L UNIT Installed). Figure 5-101 WM-L UNIT Installed 5.2.9 Release the WM-L UNIT To release the telephone from the WM-L UNIT, press the...

  • Page 356: Wm-l Unit Attached To Wall Plate

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 5.2.10 WM-L UNIT Attached to Wall Plate The WM-L UNIT (Wall Mount Unit) is used to attach any DT Series multiline terminal to the wall plate This unit connects to the back side of the telephone.

  • Page 357

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Cutouts Cutouts Figure 5-104 Cutouts for WM-L UNIT Push up on the WM-L UNIT until it snaps into place (refer to Figure 5-105 WM-L UNIT Installed). Figure 5-105 WM-L UNIT Installed System Hardware Manual 5 - 97...

  • Page 358

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Align the two holes on the back of the WM-L UNIT with the two screws on the wall plate and slide downward (refer to Figure 5-106 Mount Multiline Terminal Wall on Wall Plate). Figure 5-106 Mount Multiline Terminal Wall on Wall Plate Because of strength variation in switch boxes, this method is not recommended.

  • Page 359: Dss Wm-l Unit

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 5.2.12 DSS WM-L UNIT The DSS WM-L UNIT (Wall Mount Unit) is used to attach the DCL- 60-1/DCZ-60-2 CONSOLE to the wall. This unit connects to the bottom of the terminal. 5.2.12.1 Mount DCL-60-1/DCZ-60-2 CONSOLE on Wall using...

  • Page 360: Mount Dcl-60-1/dcz-60-2 Console On Wall Plate Using Dss Wm-l Unit

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 DSS WM-L UNIT Using Screws). Figure 5-109 Attach DSS WM-L UNIT Using Screws 5.2.12.2 Mount DCL-60-1/DCZ-60-2 CONSOLE on Wall Plate using DSS WM-L UNIT Locate the screw holes on the base and hang the cover over...

  • Page 361

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 about eight inches of cord and bundle the rest. Figure 5-111 Plug Cable into Wall Plug the opposite end of the line cord into the DCL-60-1/ DCZ-60-2 CONSOLE as illustrated in Figure 5-112 Plugging Cable into DCL-60-1/DCZ-60-2 CONSOLE.

  • Page 362: Itl / Dtl Ptm Handset

    Using the PTM handset on an NEC digital or IP terminal prevents eavesdropping and eliminates the worry that privileged information could be transmitted without user authority. These handsets are also an ideal solution to filter unwanted audio transmissions from environments with ambient background noise.

  • Page 363: Utr-1-1 Usb Handset

    Issue 1.2 UTR-1-1 USB Handset The NEC USB telephone can be plugged directly into a PC USB port, enabling the high quality voice input and output capabilities of a standard desktop telephone. By connecting it to the USB port of a computer, calls can immediately be made and received using a SoftPhone without installation of additional software drivers.

  • Page 364: Wall Mounting

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 6.3.3 Wall Mounting The UTR-1-1 USB handset can be mounted on the wall using a wall plate or two screws. Align the two holes on the back of the UTR-1-1 and slide down onto the wall plate or screws.

  • Page 365: Section 7 Bluetooth Cordless Handset

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 LUETOOTH ORDLESS ANDSET ECTION Bluetooth Cordless Handset (BCH) Interface This optional interface allows the multiline terminal user to use Bluetooth technology to provide a cordless handset. This handset provides: Keyset-like Handset  Eight Line Buttons ...

  • Page 366: Selecting A Location

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Selecting a Location Before choosing a location for your new telephone, consider these important guidelines: If multiple cordless terminals are installed, keep their Bluetooth cradles at  least 3.3 feet (1meter) apart from one another. If the Bluetooth cradle is installed near a metal, concrete wall or any other ...

  • Page 367: Controls And Indicators

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Controls and Indicators Controls and indicators can be found in Figure 5-118 Bluetooth Cradle Controls and Indicators Figure 5-119 Bluetooth Handset Controls and Indicators on page 5-108. Figure 5-118 Bluetooth Cradle Controls and Indicators System Hardware Manual...

  • Page 368

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Figure 5-119 Bluetooth Handset Controls and Indicators 5 - 108 Installing DT Series Digital and IP Multiline Terminals...

  • Page 369: Installing The Bluetooth Cordless Handset

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Installing the Bluetooth Cordless Handset The BCH-L (BK) UNIT is an optional device that transforms the standard DT300 series multifunctional telephone into a cordless terminal. This section explains how to transform the standard hand-set into a BCH-L (BK) UNIT. The BCH-L (BK) UNIT cannot be connected to the DTL-2E-1, DTL-6DE-1, DT400, DT700 or DT800 telephones.

  • Page 370

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Figure 5-121 Remove Legs From Multiline Terminal Remove the side panel. Disconnect serial connection cord from terminal body. Leave cord connected to the cradle unit. Push the latch to the right to unlock the cradle unit. Then push...

  • Page 371

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Insert the cradle connecting cable of the Bluetooth Cradle (BTC) into the unit connector. Figure 5-123 Attach Bluetooth Cradle to the Multiline Terminal Fit the projections on the side of the Bluetooth Cradle into the guide holes on the side of the terminal and pull toward you (Figure 5-123 Attach Bluetooth Cradle to the Multiline Terminal) until the unit snaps into place.

  • Page 372

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Remove the connector cover (rubber) from the bottom of the multiline terminal. Figure 5-125 Removing the Connector Cover Insert the lower claws of the Bottom Unit (see Figure 5-126 Installing the Bottom Unit) into precut holes on the multiline terminal.

  • Page 373

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Push the latch to release the cover (see Figure 5-127 Stowing the Bottom Unit Cable). Stow the extra bottom unit connecting cable and close the cover. Figure 5-127 Stowing the Bottom Unit Cable Cut or trim the supplied coupled device for the tilt legs handset option.

  • Page 374

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Reinstall the legs, pushing upwards until both locks snap into place. Set tilt legs to desired position. Return the multiline terminal to the numbered keypad in the up position. Connect the Line cord and the AC adapter.

  • Page 375: Wall Mounting The Bluetooth Cradle

    7.4.2 Wall Mounting the Bluetooth Cradle To prevent possible damage to the BCH-L (BK) UNIT due to falling, NEC recommends installing the unit in a firm position so it will not fall due to its own weight. Clearances required for installing the Bluetooth cradle are shown below.

  • Page 376

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Figure 5-131 Installing Wood Screws Remove the Bluetooth hanger from the cradle. With a screwdriver, pry from the bottom, and lift the handset hanger from the cradle. Rotate the hanger top to bottom. Slide it downward in the hollow until it clicks into position.

  • Page 377

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Turn multiline terminal upside down. Lower the tilt leg to the first position (refer to Figure 5-120 Separate Tilt Leg from Leg Support). Stoppers Tilt Leg Figure 5-133 Separate Tilt Leg from Leg Support Hook the wall mount holes (C and D) on the back of the terminal on wood screws (c and d) installed.

  • Page 378: Remove And Replace Handset Battery

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 7.4.3 Remove and Replace Handset Battery The battery loaded in the Bluetooth handset has a useful life of about two years, depending on how the handset is used. If the battery voltage diminishes quickly after the battery has been charged for a long time, replace with a new Li-ion battery.

  • Page 379: Section 8 Bluetooth Hub Adapter

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 LUETOOTH DAPTER ECTION Bluetooth Hub Adapter (BHA) Features The BHA-L UNIT adapter connects a Bluetooth device to a DT300/DT400 multiline terminal. The BHA-L UNIT cannot be connected to the DTL-2E-1, DTZ-2E-3, DTL-6DE-1 or DTZ-6DE-3 telephone. 8.1.1...

  • Page 380

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Figure 5-138 Removing the Connector Cover Insert the lower claws of the Bottom Unit (see Figure 5-139 Installing the BHA-L UNIT) into precut holes on the multiline terminal. Figure 5-139 Installing the BHA-L UNIT Align connector on inside of BHA-L UNIT and push down until unit snaps into place.

  • Page 381: Pairing A Bluetooth Device And Multiline Terminal (bluetooth In Stalled)

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 8.1.2 Pairing a Bluetooth Device and Multiline Terminal (Bluetooth Installed) Access the Bluetooth screen from a multiline terminal menu and register the Bluetooth headset with the BHA-L UNIT. 8.1.2.1 Accessing the Bluetooth Device Setup Screen From the multiline terminal, access the setup screen...

  • Page 382: Connecting The Paired Device

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 8.1.2.4 Connecting the Paired Device Enable the Bluetooth device. Select [2. Enable] in the connection screen. After pairing a Bluetooth device, be sure to configure its connection to enable it. If settings are not completed, the Bluetooth device that does the pairing cannot be used.

  • Page 383: Bt Information

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 8.1.2.7 BT Information You can view the following kinds of information about the BHA-L UNIT: Firmware and hardware versions.  Bluetooth module information and standard.  Installed profile versions.  Device address and name. Figure 5-145 Setting Bluetooth Information...

  • Page 384: Section 9 Single Line Telephone

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 INGLE ELEPHONE ECTION Installing the SLT Adapter The Single Line Telephone adapter provides an interface for Single Line Telephones and other similar devices from an ESI channel. This adapter can be connected to any ESI port.

  • Page 385: Wall-mounting The Slt Adapter

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Modular Terminal Modular Terminal SLTII(1)-U( ) ADP To ESIU Base Base GCD-8DLCA or Cord Cord ESI Port ESI Port GCD-16DLCA Modular Terminal Connections Modular Terminal Connections ESIU Port ESIU Single Line Telephone Connections Figure 5-147 Connecting the SLT Adapter Wall-Mounting the SLT Adapter Unplug the two line cords from the SLT Adapter.

  • Page 386

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Using the two screws provided with the SLT Adapter, attach the back cover to the desired location. Figure 5-149 Attaching the Unit Replace the front cover and the two screws removed in Step 2. Plug the two modular line cords back into the SLT Adapter which were removed in Step 1.

  • Page 387

    Issue 1.2 DECT (DTL-8R-1) term ® ORDLESS ECTION DTL-8R-1 is a cordless telephone that is adapted for digital NEC PBX (Private Branch Exchange. It is designed for use in the office environment. term ® Figure 5-150 Cordless DECT (DTL-8R-1) A Handset and wired phone cannot be used at the same time.

  • Page 388: Specifications

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Figure 5-151 System Overview 10.1 Specifications The UNIVERGE SV9100 complies with FCC and IC part 15. General RoHs Frequency 1.9G (1880 ~ 1900 MHz) Audio Process Digital (ADPCM) Operating Temperature 0⋅ ~ +50⋅ C (+32⋅ F to +122⋅ F)

  • Page 389: Battery Safety

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Power Requirements 10 Vdc from supplied AC adapter Size 58mm (H) x 215mm (D) x 130mm (W) Weight 410g Handset Receive/Transmit Frequency 1880 ~ 1900 MHz Power Requirements Nickel-Metal Hydride battery pack Size 163mm (H) x 31mm (D) x 55mm (W)

  • Page 390: Important Safety Instructions

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Charge the battery pack provided with or identified for use with this product only in accordance with the instructions and limitations specified in the instruction manual provided for this product. Observe proper polarity orientation between the battery pack and battery charger.

  • Page 391: Important Electrical Considerations

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 risks. Incorrect reassembly can cause electric shock when the appliance is subsequently used. Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions: When the power supply cord is damaged or frayed.

  • Page 392

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Changes or modifications to this product not expressly approved by NEC Unified Solutions, or operation of this product in any way other than as detailed by this manual, could void your authority to operate this product.

  • Page 393

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Range Nominal values of the DECT system are: 164 feet (50 meters) – Indoor 984 feet (300 meters) – Outdoor The telephone is designed to achieve a maximum range of up to 350 feet (107 metres) (depending upon the environment). This phone has been rated to operate at a maximum distance with the qualification that the range depends upon the environment in which the telephone is used.

  • Page 394

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 The DTL-8R-1 is limited to five RF channels. The RF channel is changed automatically to find the best channel. Depending on your environment, the maximum number of cordless devices used without interference varies. Multiple base and handset units should not be closer than 20 feet at any time.

  • Page 395

    Connect the cord from the telephone jack to the Line In on the D Cordless DECT. Figure 5-152 Connecting Telephone Cords to the Telephone Jack term Connect a qualified NEC digital multiline terminal to the D Cordless DECT. Line "OUT"...

  • Page 396: Applying Power To The Charging Unit

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 10.8 Applying Power to the Charging Unit The unique design of the telephone allows the user to place the handset in the charging unit with or without the belt clip attached. The charging unit can charge a second battery with or without the handset being charged. The battery packs can automatically be recharged either in or out of the handset.

  • Page 397: Mounting The Base To A Standard Wall Plate

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Figure 5-155 Polarized Plug 10.9 Mounting the Base to a Standard Wall Plate The base unit is designed to be mounted on standard wall plate. To attach the wall mount stand to the base unit: Slide the wall mount stand into the notches at the top of the base unit.

  • Page 398

    Figure 5-157 Placing the AC Adapter Cord Inside the Wall Mount Stand Plug one end of the short telephone cord (locally supplied) in the LINE jack on the base unit. Plug one end of the NEC digital multiline terminal into the PHONE jack. Place the telephone cords inside the molded channels on the bottom of the wall mount stand.

  • Page 399

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Plug the other end of the short telephone cord into the modular wall jack in the center of the wall plate. Place the base unit on the posts of the wall plate and push down until it is firmly seated.

  • Page 400: Mounting The Base Directly To The Wall

    Plug the AC adapter into the base unit. Plug one end of the short telephone cord into the LINE jack on the base unit. Then plug one end of an NEC multiline terminal into the PHONE jack. Place the telephone cords inside the molded channels on the bottom of the wall mount stand.

  • Page 401

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Figure 5-161 Placing the Telephone Cords Inside the Wall Mount Stand Place the base unit on the posts of the wall screws and push down until it is firmly seated. Figure 5-162 Attaching the Wall Mount Unit to the Wall Plug the other end of the short telephone cord into a telephone wall jack.

  • Page 402: Wall Mounting The Charging Unit

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 10.11 Wall Mounting the Charging Unit The charging unit is also designed to be wall mounted. Before mounting the charging unit, consider the following: Select a location away from electrical cables, pipes, or other items behind the mounting location that could cause a hazard when inserting screws into the wall.

  • Page 403: Attaching And Removing The Belt Clip

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Place the charging unit on the posts of the wall screws and push down until it is firmly seated. Figure 5-165 Placing the Charging Unit on the Wall Plug the AC adapter into a standard 230 Vac wall outlet. Refer to...

  • Page 404: Installing The Handset Battery Pack

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 To remove the clip, press the retaining clip in toward the belt clip blade and slide the clip up at the same time. Figure 5-167 Removing the Belt Clip 10.13 Installing the Handset Battery Pack term ®...

  • Page 405: Charging Batteries

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Slide the battery pack down into the handset. It may be necessary to remove the old battery at this time. Figure 5-169 Replacing the Battery Pack Replace the cover and slide it up until it latches onto the handset.

  • Page 406: Connecting The Base Station

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 ML440/AP300 C ORDLESS HANDSET ECTION The ML440/AP300 chapter outlines the steps for connecting and mounting the base station, charging the battery and powering on the handset. 11.1 Connecting the Base Station If your network connection does not provide Power Over Ethernet, you will need to order a base station AC adapter and a standard Ethernet-to-PoE adapter.

  • Page 407

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Route the cable through the channel. Figure 5-172 Install AP300 Base Station Connect the other end of the cable to your TCP/IP network. When the base station powers on, the STATUS LED on the front briefly lights yellow and then turns off while it initializes and connects to the network.

  • Page 408: Base Station Wall Mounting Installation

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 LED Status State Meaning RED Steady On Power but FPGA starting up RED Flashing Trying to connect to the network Lower LED, Network status display and showing network red/Green Green Flashing activity. AP300 operational 11.2 Base Station Wall Mounting Installation Ensure the wall can support the weight of the base station.

  • Page 409: Handset And Charger

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 11.3 Handset and Charger Figure 5-174 ML440 Handset - Front View on page 5-149 provides a front view of the handset. Figure 5-175 ML440 - Handset Charger on page 5-150 provides a to view of the charger.

  • Page 410: Charging The Battery

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Figure 5-175 ML440 - Handset Charger 11.4 Charging the Battery Install the handset battery as shown. Remove the battery cover Insert the bottom of the battery into Replace the battery cover from the back of the handset.

  • Page 411: Powering On The Handset

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Use the charger AC adapter to connect the charger’s AC jack to a standard electrical outlet. Place the handset in th echarger with the display facing forward. the HANDSET STATUS LED should turn on; if it doesn’t, reseat the handset or try plugging the AC adapter into a different outlet.

  • Page 412

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 5 - 152 Installing DT Series Digital and IP Multiline Terminals...

  • Page 413: Section 2 Pgd(2)-u10 Adp

    Installing SV9100 Optional Equipment ENERAL NFORMATION ECTION This chapter provides information for installing optional equipment, such as term PGD(2)-U10 ADPs, background music, door boxes, DSS consoles, D VSR, external paging as well as other handsets, recording devices and Chapter adapters on the SV9100 digital and IP telephones. PGD(2)-U10 ADP ECTION Using a PGD(2)-U10 ADP...

  • Page 414

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 The PGD(2)-U10 ADP connects to any available digital extension port. The terminal connections made within the PGD(2)-U10 ADP and the jumper settings determine what features are used for each circuit. Channel 2 Channel 1 Status LED...

  • Page 415

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Remove the screw from the front of the PGD(2)-U10 ADP. Figure 6-2 Remove Cover from PGD(2)-U10 ADP Using a screwdriver, break out the plastic piece covering the cable hole. Figure 6-3 Remove Plastic Cover from Cable Hole Set the S3 –...

  • Page 416

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Table 6-2 PGD(2)-U10 ADP S3 – S6 Jumper Settings Function LED Indication Open Open Door Box On when in use. Open Short External Paging Speaker On when in use. Channel 1 Short Open External Ringer On when in use.

  • Page 417

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Strip one end of the cable to be connected to the control relay or door box so that approximately 1/4” (8 mm) of bare wire is exposed. Insert the cable into the proper CN4 or CN5 location while holding down the lock button (holding down this lock button is easiest with a flat-head screwdriver).

  • Page 418

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Figure 6-5 PGD(2)-U10 ADP Connection Diagram 6 - 6 Installing SV9100 Optional Equipment...

  • Page 419

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Flat-head screwdriver Cable Press down CN4, CN5 Figure 6-6 Connecting Cable to the PGD(2)-U10 ADP Repeat Steps 4 and 5 for any additional connections required. Replace the cover and tighten the screw to hold the cover in place.

  • Page 420

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Figure 6-7 PGD(2)-U10 ADP Connections Install a modular jack for each PGD(2)-U10 ADP. For each module, run one-pair 24 AWG station cable from the cross-connect block to a modular jack. Ground the unused pair. Terminate the extension leads to GRN/RED of the modular jack.

  • Page 421

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 fits best for your location. Figure 6-8 Installing the Screws The back of the PGD(2)-U10 ADP has two key-hole type openings. Place the PGD(2)-U10 ADP over the two screws and slide it down or over (depending on the positioning) to lock it in place.

  • Page 422: Section 3 Background Music

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 ACKGROUND USIC ECTION Installing Background Music Background Music (BGM) sends music from a customer-provided music source to speakers in keysets. If an extension user activates it, BGM plays whenever the user’s extension is idle. Connecting to the GCD-CP10: Connect an RCA line from the CN8 or CN9 connector on the GCD-CP10 to the appropriate location on the extension cross-connect block.

  • Page 423: Section 4 Door Box

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 ECTION Installing a Door Box A PGD(2)-U10 ADP is required for this option. The Door Box is a self-contained, water-resistant, Intercom unit typically used to monitor an entrance door. A visitor at the door can press the Door Box call button (like a door bell).

  • Page 424

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Remove the back half of the Door Box and attach this mounting bracket to the wall with the two screws provided. Connect the two-conductor station cable from the CN4 connectors within the PGD(2)-U10 ADP to the Door Box terminals. These wires must be routed through the opening in the bottom of the Door Box mounting bracket.

  • Page 425

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Figure 6-11 Setting the PGD(2)-U10 ADP for a Door Box System Hardware Manual 6 - 13...

  • Page 426

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Figure 6-12 Installing a Door Box 6 - 14 Installing SV9100 Optional Equipment...

  • Page 427: Section 5 External Paging

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 XTERNAL AGING ECTION External Page Two external page zone/door box circuits are provided by each PGD(2)-U10 ADP installed. Each Door Box/external page circuit provides a dry relay contact. The GCD-CP10 also provides a connection for external paging and a relay.

  • Page 428

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Terminate the extension leads to GRN/RED of the modular jack. Terminate the unused leads to the jack. Install bridging clips as required. Plug a modular line cord from the mod jack to the CN1 connector on the PGD(2)-U10 ADP.

  • Page 429: External Page Relays

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 The PGD(2)-U10 ADP provides amplifiers for each page output port (for a maximum of +8 dBM, 600 ohms at 1KHz). No additional page amplification is provided by the PGD(2)-U10 ADP but, if required, an external page amplifier can be used for additional amplification.

  • Page 430: Door Box /external Page Relay Contacts

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Door Box /External Page Relay Contacts 6.2.1 Connecting a Contact Relay Device to a Door Box/External Page Relay To connect a dry contact relay device to a Door Box/External Page Relay: To connect to the GCD-CP10:...

  • Page 431: External Recording System Or External Ringer

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 The relay closes when the Door Box/external page zone is called. The maximum applied voltage is 24vDC at .5A for each contact. Figure 6-14 GCD-CP10 Page Connections XTERNAL ECORDING YSTEM XTERNAL INGER ECTION External Recording System or External Ringer The PGD(2)-U10 ADP allows the connection of an external recording system or external ringer.

  • Page 432: Installing An External Recording System Or External Ringer

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Installing an External Recording System or External Ringer To connect to the PGD(2)-U10 ADP: Make sure the jumper in the PGD(2)-U10 ADP for the channel is set correctly. (Refer to Figure 6-4 PGD(2)-U10 ADP Jumper Settings page 6-4).

  • Page 433: Programming

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Figure 6-15 PGD(2)-U10 ADP Cable Connection Programming 10-03-01 : ETU Setup – Terminal Type (Circuit 1)  10-03-06 : ETU Setup – Terminal Type (Circuit 2) Confirm that the PGD(2)-U10 ADP has defined the circuit type as either type 7 for External Ringer or 9 for ACIs.

  • Page 434

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 11-08-01 : ACI Group Pilot Number  Assign pilot numbers to ACI groups. When a user dials the pilot number, they reach an available ACI software port within the group. Aspire S: ACI Groups 1-4 Aspire: ACI Groups 1-16 11-12-50 : Service Code Setup (For Service Access) ...

  • Page 435

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 15-12-01 : Conversation Recording Destination for Extensions - ACI  Recording Destination Extension Number Use this option to assign the ACI Call Recording destination on a per extension basis. The destination can be an ACI port’s extension number (assigned in Program 11-06) or an ACI Department Group pilot number (assigned in Program 11-08).

  • Page 436: Section 8 Music Sources

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 USIC OURCES ECTION Music on Hold The system can provide Music on Hold from either an internally synthesized source on the GCD-CP10 or from an external source. The external MOH can be a tuner, tape deck, CD player, etc. The settings in Program 10-04-01 and 14-08-01 determine whether the source for MOH is internal or external.

  • Page 437

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Install a modular jack for each PGD(2)-U10 ADP. For each module, run one-pair 24 AWG station cable from the cross-connect block to a modular jack. Ground the unused pair. Terminate the extension leads to GRN/RED of the modular jack.

  • Page 438

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Figure 6-17 PGD(2)-U10 ADP Connections 6 - 26 Installing SV9100 Optional Equipment...

  • Page 439: Night Mode Selector Switch

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 IGHT ELECTION ECTION Night Mode Selector Switch The Night Mode Switch relay closes when the system detects either an open or closure on the MISC block NIGHT SW terminals. Maximum 48v DC is output to the switch when open, and 7mA DC when shorted.

  • Page 440: Removing The Faceplate

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 10.1.1 Removing the Faceplate Use the small notch at the lower right corner of the telephone, to lift the faceplate up. Each corner has a plastic locking pin which releases as  the faceplate is lifted up.

  • Page 441: Using Adapters

    The ILPA does the negotiation and detection with the switch and then relays the power to the IP terminal device. This provides an additional way to power the NEC IP terminals. With this adapter, the IP terminals on the UNIVERGE SV9100 system can be powered using: Local power connecting the IP terminal to a local AC wall outlet using the ...

  • Page 442: Conditions

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 NEC power supply PoE-managed switch (BlueFire 200/24) (in-line and  spare pair detection) Router Blade (spare pair detection)  Cisco Data Switch – CDP supported (in-line and spare pair detection)  In-Line Power Adapter  Figure 6-20 In-Line Power Adapter 11.2.1...

  • Page 443

    SW1 Setting IEEE802.3af STD System Cisco Discovery Protocol System NEC BlueFire 200/24 Switch Set the switch setting on the NEC IPhone or IP adapter to the correct position. IPhone (SW2) or IP Adapter (SW1) SW Setting NEC Power Patch Panel...

  • Page 444

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Connect the NEC VoIP telephone to the TEL connector on the ILPA-R adapter with the LAN cable provided with the adapter. If a customer-provided cable is used, the total length from  the switch to the telephone should be less than 328 feet.

  • Page 445: Ada-l Unit

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 11.3 ADA-L UNIT Using the ADA-L UNIT (Ancillary Device Adapter) provides a recording jack connection from a telephone to an external tape recorder, speaker or PC. Both sides of the conversation are recorded. The adapter output is a 1/8” audio (mono) jack which you can connect directly to an AUX level input on a recorder or page amplifier.

  • Page 446: Ada-l Unit Switch Settings

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 11.3.1 ADA-L UNIT Switch Settings Figure 6-23 ADA-L UNIT shows the location of the switches. The dip switches (DSW) allow a technician to configure the unit for specific settings. Due to location, set switches prior to installation of ADA-L on DT Series multiline terminal.

  • Page 447: Installing The Ada-l Unit

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Table 6-3 ADA-L Unit Switch Settings (Continued) Switch Description/Settings Output Hook Signal to External Device DSW 1 On = Output Off = No Output (Default) Record Confirmation Tone Switches DSW 2 On = Tone On (DSW)

  • Page 448

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Push the two stopper tabs through the slots to separate the tilt leg from the leg support. Lay the tilt leg and the leg support flat to expose ADA-L UNIT compartment. Carefully pry loose the knockout covering the bottom option...

  • Page 449: Ada-l Unit Connection

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 11.3.3 ADA-L UNIT Connection The mini-plug connection cord should not use an attenuator and have a monaural (single ring) mini-plug connection for normal recording. 11.3.3.1 ADA-L UNIT Connection for Recording Only Set the ADA-L UNIT DSW switches (Refer to...

  • Page 450: Ada-l Unit Connection For Sending Recorded Calls To The Telephone

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 11.3.3.2 ADA-L UNIT Connection for Sending Recorded Calls to the Telephone Set the ADA-L UNIT DSW switches (see Figure 6-23 ADA-L UNIT on page 6-34). Set DSW 6 to ON.  When sending recorded calls ...

  • Page 451: Apr-l Unit Switch Settings

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 When installing or removing the adapters, the telephone should be unplugged from the system. If it is the intention to use the APR-L UNIT to connect to a fax machine, it should be noted that the APR-L UNIT provides 24v and some fax machines require 48v to operate correctly.

  • Page 452: Installing The Apr-l Unit

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 impedance (factory setting is 1). 11.4.2 Installing the APR-L UNIT Perform the following to connect the APR-L UNIT to the Bottom Option Interface located underneath the DTL multiline terminal. Only one APR-L UNIT can be installed.

  • Page 453

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Bottom Option Knockout Interface Figure 6-31 Bottom Option Interface Knockout Using the exposed Bottom Option Interface as a guide, install the APR-L UNIT in the bottom of the DTL multiline terminal. Push down until left and right tabs are seated (Refer to...

  • Page 454

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Figure 6-33 Ferrite Bead with APR Adapter Plug the end of the line cord for the analog device which has the ferrite bead closest to it into the jack on the adapter. Connect the opposite end to the analog device.

  • Page 455

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 11.5 PSA-L (BK) UNIT PSA-L (WH) UNIT The PSA-L UNIT (Power Save Adapter), an optional adapter for the ITL/DTL Terminals, is used with IP telephones to make or receive a call using the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) when a call cannot be made or received using the Local Area Network (LAN).

  • Page 456: Installing The Psa-l Adapter

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 PSTN DTMF/DP Figure 6-35 PSA-L UNIT Connections 11.5.1 Installing the PSA-L Adapter Before installing or removing the PSA-L adapter, remove the line cord, LAN cable, and then AC adapter from the outlet. Turn multiline terminal upside down.

  • Page 457

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Stoppers Tilt Leg Figure 6-36 Separate Tilt Leg from Leg Support Push the two stopper tabs through the slots to separate the tilt leg from the leg support. Lay the tilt leg and the leg support flat.

  • Page 458

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Push latch to right to unlock the cradle unit. Then push the cradle unit forward to separate from the terminal body. Latch Figure 6-38 Bottom of Multiline Terminal (Legs Removed) Fit the projections on the side of the PSA-L UNIT into the guide holes on the side of the terminal and pull toward you until the PSA-L UNIT snaps into place.

  • Page 459

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Gently press the serial cable into the grooved cutout for the cable. Cable Groove Figure 6-40 Grooved Cutout for Serial Cable Connect the serial connection cord (refer to Figure 6-39 Attach PSA-L Unit to the Multiline Terminal on page 6-46) from the PSA-L UNIT to the terminal body.

  • Page 460

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 For the Handset, set the connector in place. Figure 6-42 Insert Connector for Handset Use Attach the analog trunk cable and the handset cable. Refer to Figure 6-35 PSA-L UNIT Connections on page 6-44. Reinstall the legs, pushing upwards until both locks snap into place.

  • Page 461

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Pull tab down and lift out the numbered keypad panel. Figure 6-44 Remove Numbered Keypad Install the new keypad panel supplied with the PSA-L UNIT. Figure 6-45 Install Numbered Keypad Reinstall both plastic panels to the front of the multiline terminal...

  • Page 462: Using The Psa-l Adapter

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Figure 6-46 Install Plastic Panels Connect the line cord to the adapter. Connect the user system (KTS or PBX) cable. If required, remove the side panel from the original cradle unit. 11.5.2 Using the PSA-L Adapter...

  • Page 463: Gigabit Adapter (gba-l Unit)

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Answering Calls: If you receive a call via PSTN during a conversation via  LAN, answer the call by completing the LAN call and placing the handset back into the cradle. Change the LAN/PSTN Change Switch to PSTN and then lift the handset to answer the call.

  • Page 464: Installing The Gba-l Unit

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Figure 6-47 GBA-L UNIT 11.6.1 Installing the GBA-L UNIT Before installing or removing the GBA-L UNIT, remove the line cord, LAN cable, and then AC adapter from the outlet. Turn multiline terminal upside down. Unplug the line cord and handset cord from the multiline terminal.

  • Page 465

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Stoppers Tilt Leg Figure 6-48 Separate Tilt Leg from Leg Support Push the two stopper tabs through the slots to separate the tilt leg from the leg support. Lay the tilt leg and the leg support flat.

  • Page 466

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Plug in the LAN cable and gently press the cable into the grooved cutout (refer to Figure 6-50 Attach the LAN Cable). Figure 6-50 Attach the LAN Cable Plug in the DC power cable and gently press the cable into the...

  • Page 467

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Assemble the legs and bracket then align with tab holes (refer Figure 6-52 Align Bracket with Terminal). Figure 6-52 Align Bracket with Terminal Pass the LAN and DC power cables through the bracket (refer Figure 6-53 Pass Cabling Through Bracket).

  • Page 468

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Slide the supporting bracket forward until a click is heard (refer Figure 6-54 Secure Bracket to Terminal). Figure 6-54 Secure Bracket to Terminal Secure base of GBA-L UNIT to bracket assembly (refer to Figure 6-55 Secure GBA-L UNIT Base to Bracket Assembly).

  • Page 469

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Install the NEC provided Cat 5 Ethernet cable (refer to Figure 6-56 IP Phone(X) Connection). Figure 6-56 IP Phone(X) Connection Install the NEC provided Cat 5 Ethernet cable (refer to Figure 6-57 PC(X) Connection). Figure 6-57 PC(X) Connection...

  • Page 470

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Install the NEC provided power cable (refer to Figure 6-58 DC Power Connection). Figure 6-58 DC Power Connection Connect the Core then plug in the Network connection cable (refer to Figure 6-59 LAN(=) Connection). Figure 6-59 LAN(=) Connection...

  • Page 471

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Install the cable from the optional external AC adapter (refer to Figure 6-60 AC to DC In Connection). Figure 6-60 AC to DC In Connection The AC Adapter (AC-L UNIT) must be ordered separately. Cable installation for the GBA-L UNIT complete (refer to...

  • Page 472: Gba-l Unit Connection

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 11.6.2 GBA-L UNIT Connection The following chart outlines the connectivity available to the GBA-L UNIT: Figure 6-62 GBA-L UNIT Connectivity Chart 11.6.3 LED Display The following provides a list of each LED and associated operation and status indications. Refer to...

  • Page 473: Power Failure

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 When 1000Mbps is When 100Mbps is When 10Mbps is LED Name Connected Connected Connected SPEED Display Green Lighting Red Lighting Turning Off LED Name At LINK (At the Data Communication) LINK/ACT Display Green Lighting Green Blinking...

  • Page 474: Section 12 Power Failure Telephones

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 When connecting the RJ-61 cables to the COIU Blade, note the position of the Power Failure connector. Do not confuse connector CN3 as the CN2 trunk connector. 12.2 Connector Pin-Outs on COIU Blade for Power Failure Circuits...

  • Page 475

    UNIVERGE SV9100 Issue 1.2 Figure 6-64 Power Failure Connector (CN3) Shown on GCD-4COTA Blade System Hardware Manual 6 - 63...

  • Page 476

    Issue 1.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 6 - 64 Installing SV9100 Optional Equipment...

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