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1 KX-TD500 Technical Review
2 Table of Contents Introduction1-7 KX-TD500 Basic and Expansion Shelf8-16 TD500 Cards17 CPU Card KX-TD TSW Card KX-TD New KX-TD500 Cards27-33 Other Cards Supported34-53 System Construction54-58 System Configuration System Startup63-65 Hardware Addressing66- Maintenance Console Software80-90
3 Table of Contents Activity Three91 Activity Four92-98 Activity Five99 Activity Six100 Activity Seven T Activity Eight Activity Nine129
5 KX-TD500 Digital Super Hybrid zThis TD-based system will offer a smooth upgrade path for 2-cabinet TD1232 users as well as a starter system for the medium-sized businesses or high-end residential users
6 KX-TD500 Digital Super Hybrid zThe system will provide the TD dealers with a larger system size, but offer a similar programming and user interface as currently offered by the TD308/816/1232. zThe major differences between the existing TD line of systems and the KX- TD500 includes a new Windows-based programming tool, and the universal slot design.
7 KX-TD500 System Outline zThe KX-TD500 consists of a basic shelf and up to two expansion shelves. zThe systems features a universal slot design enabling station, CO, and other function cards to be installed into free slots in the cabinets.
8 Basic Shelf KX-TD500 zThe Basic Shelf is the initial building-block of the KX-TD500 system allowing a single- cabinet system to be configured with up to a maximum of 192 ports. zThe Basic Shelf then provides the foundation on which the system can be expanded by use of expansion shelves to configure a system up a maximum of 512 ports.
9 Basic Shelf KX-TD500 zThe Basic Shelf houses the system’s common control cards including the Central Processing Unit (CPU) card and the Time Switch (TSW) card. zOnly the TSW card is included with the Basic Shelf which includes the DOHCA and TSW-CONF cards zThe CPU card is available separately.
10 Basic Shelf KX-TD500 z12 Free Slots (FS1-FS12) are available in the Basic Shelf and can be carded with CO, station, or other function cards as required by the installations application. zIf the installation location requires more than the 12 slot configuration supports, the system can be expanded by attaching 2 additional Expansion Shelves to the upper portion of the Basic Shelf
11 Basic Shelf Includes: zTop panel with 3 LED indicators (Run, Offline, Alarm) z2 Female RS-232C connectors yOne for Programming yOne for SMDR zAn AC Power connector
12 Basic Shelf Includes: zPrimary AC Power Supply with: yMain Power Switch yGrounding Terminal yAC outputs for Expansion Shelves zShelf Power Supply with: yPower Switch yPower LED Indicator yFuse yKX-A46 interface connector
13 Basic Shelf Includes: zShelf Cooling Fan zSLT Ring Generator zMounting Brackets zSide Panels zLower Panel zFront Door with Lock
14 Expansion Shelf KX-TD520 zThe KX-TD520 Expansion Shelf can be installed onto the Basic Shelf adding on a maximum of 216 additional ports. This provides a two-cabinet system with a maximum configuration of 408 ports. zA second Expansion Shelf could then be added bring the system up to its maximum port configuration of 512 ports.
15 Expansion Shelves Include: z14 Free Slots (FS1-FS14) zA Shelf Power Supply with: yPower Switch yPower LED Indicator yFuse yKX-A46 Interface Connector zShelf Cooling Fan zSLT Ring Generator
16 Expansion Shelves Include: zSide Panels zFront Door with Lock zData and Power Connecting Cables zMounting Hardware
18 KX-TD50101 CPU Card z386-based Main Central Processing Unit Card residing in the Basic Shelf zThis card provides control and call processing data for all system functions including TSW control, power down and system clock alarms zMain components include CPU, RAM, ROM, memory backup lithium battery
19 KX-TD50101 CPU Card zCPU card also includes circuitry for the RS-232C connectors z“System” and “Mode” switches are 10 position rotary switches located on the front edge of the CPU card along with the push reset switch. zThe “System” switch is not used in the US version.
20 KX-TD50101 CPU Card zThe “Mode” switch is used to determine the startup condition of the system. Although it is a 10 position switch, only 4 position are utilized for normal operations.
21 KX-TD50101 CPU Card zMode switch positions are: zPosition 1On-line while holding current data zPosition 0,2,3,9On-line Same function as 1 zPosition 4Off-line holding current data zPosition 5Off-line while defaulting system zPosition 6ON-LINE with “backdoor” password zPosition 7Off-line factory finished product testing zPosition 8Off-line factory finished product testing
22 KX-TD50102 TSW Card zThe Time Switch (TSW) card provides the systems voice switching matrix including party conferencing circuits zThe TSW card generates all audible call progress tones, including dial tone, busy tone, reorder and ringback tones
23 KX-TD50102 TSW Card zThe TSW card also provides an interface for 2 Music on Hold inputs (9/64” mini-plug) and 2 External Paging output jacks (RCA plugs) with volume adjustments zTwo daughter boards are attached to the TSW card yKX-TD50104 yKX-TD50105
24 TSW Cards zThe KX-TD50104 TSW-CONF Expansion Card adds an additional 64 3-party conference circuit to the basic 8 provided by the TSW card zThe KX-TD50105 DOHCA card allows for OHCA for Digital Proprietary station cards zBoth of these cards play an important role in Digital Voice Mail integration
25 TSW Card zThe KX-TD50104 TSW-CONF card provides 3- party conferencing capability. This includes the three DPITS integration features Two-way Record, Two-way Transfer, and Live Call Screening. zEach of these features requires the use of conference circuit
26 TSW Card zThe KX-TD50105 DOHCA card provides for DPT OHCA by providing TSW circuitry to support the second “B” channel for DPT telephones and DPITS integrated voice mail ports zThe KX-TD50105 DOHCA card must be installed for DPITS voice mail integration to work
27 New KX-TD500 Cards include: HThese cards will only operate in a KX-TD500 zKX-TD50170-Digital Hybrid Line Card (DHLC) zKX-TD50172-Digital Line Card (DLC) zKX-TD50175-Enhanced Single Line Card (ESLC) zKX-TD50180-Enhanced Loop Central Office Trunk (ELCOT) zKX-TD50197-Enhanced Remote Card (ERMT)
28 KX-TD50170 Digital Hybrid Line Card zThe DHLC supports 8 analog proprietary telephones or 8 digital proprietary and 8 SLT telephones (XDP or parallel) zThis card supports 7000 and 7400 series telephones as well as SLT’s zSee right side of page 2-41 in Installation Manual for block wiring
29 KX-TD50170 Digital Hybrid Line Card zOHCA using the KX-T7436/7130 is supported without any additional cards installed on the station card. (The KX- TD50105 card must be installed on the TSW card for OCHA to the KX-T7436)
30 KX-TD50172 Digital Line Card zThe DLC supports 16 digital proprietary telephones (7400 series) and DSS consoles zNo SLT’s are will operate on this card zSee right side of page 2-44 in Installation Manual for block wiring
31 KX-TD50175 Enhanced Single Line Card zThe ESLC supports 16 single line telephones with Message Waiting Lamp compatibility zNo proprietary telephones will operate on this card zESLC has 4 DTMF receivers zSee right side of page 2-42 in Installation Manual for block wiring
32 KX-TD50180 Enhanced Loop CO Trunk zThe ELCOT card supports 8 Loop Start Central Office lines zWhen two optional KX-TD193 Caller ID cards are installed, Central Office Caller ID is provided to proprietary display telephones zSee page 2-55 in Installation Manual for block wiring
33 KX-TD50197 Enhanced Remote Card zThe ERMT card is a modem card (V.34) used for remote administration.
34 Other Cards Supported by the KX-TD500 zThe following cards were previously supported by the KX-T336, and in the case of the KX-TD193, the KX-TD816/1232, and provide the same functions and capabilities. zRefer to KX-TD500 optional card compatibility chart for more information
35 Other Cards Supported by the KX-TD500 yKX-T Station Hybrid Line Card (HLC) yKX-T Station Proprietary Line Card (PLC) yKX-T Station Single Line Card (SLC) yKX-T Station Single Line Card with Message Waiting Lamp compatibility (SLCM) yKX-T Loop Start Central Office Trunk card (LCOT) yKX-T Ground Start Central Office Trunk card (GCOT)
36 Other Cards Supported by the KX-TD500 yKX-T DID Trunk card (DID) yKX-T Station Off-Premise extension card (OPX) yKX-T Off Premise Extension Power Unit yKX-T T1 card (T1) yKX-T Doorphone card (DPH) yKX-T DISA card (DISA) yKX-T Automatic Gain Control card (AGC)
37 Other Cards Supported by the KX-TD500 yKX-T bps Remote card (RMT) yKX-T OHCA card for HLC and PLC cards (OHCA) yKX-TD193 - Caller ID card for ELCOT card (CID)
38 KX-T96170 zHybrid Line Card (HLC) zEach card provides 8 Hybrid extension ports zEither a Analog Proprietary Telephones (7000 series) or a single line telephones can be connected to this card zSee right side of page 2-41 in Installation Manual for block wiring
39 KX-T96172 zProprietary Line Card (PLC) zEach card provides 8 proprietary extension ports zOnly Analog Proprietary Telephones (7000 Series) can be connected to this card zSee right side of page 2-41 in Installation Manual for block wiring
40 KX-T96174 zSingle Line Telephone card (SLC) zEach card provides 8 single line extension ports zOnly single line telephones can be connected to this card zSee right side of page 2-41 in Installation Manual for block wiring
41 KX-T96175 zSingle Line Card with Message Waiting (SLC-M) zEach card supports 8 single line extensions with Message Waiting lamps zSee right side of page 2-41 in Installation Manual for block wiring
42 KX-T96180 zLoop Start Central Office Card (LCOT) zEach card allows 8 Loop Start Central Office lines to be connected to the system zSee page 2-55 in Installation Manual for block wiring
43 KX-T96181 zGround Start Central Office Card (GCOT) zEach card allows 8 Ground Start Central Office lines to be connected to the system zSee page 2-55 in Installation Manual for block wiring
44 KX-T96182 zDirect Inward Dialing Trunk Card (DID) zEach card allows 4 DID Central Office lines to be connected to the system zThis card will accept pulse signaling only zSystem interface is modular (RJ-11C)
45 KX-T96185 and KX-T96186 zKX-T Off Premise EXtension Card (OPX) zKX-T Off Premise Extension Power Supply zAn OPX card and Power Supply provides 4 OPX single line telephones only zBoth OPX units are required when a single line telephone must be placed in another building or location zSystem interface is modular (RJ-11C)
46 KX-T96187 zT-1 Card zUp to 8 T1 cards can be installed in the KX-TD500 zFrame FormatsD4/SF or ESF zLine CodingAMI or B8ZS zChannel TypesLCO/GCO/DID/OPX/TIE zSystem interface is RJ-48C (See page in Installation Manual for cable configuration)
47 KX-T96187 zThe T1 card can only be installed in slots 1 (2), 5 (6), and 9 (10). zThe slot immediately adjacent to the right of each T1 card must be left empty as indicated above by the slot number that are parenthesized.
48 KX-T96161 zDoorphone card zProvides 4 Doorphones and 4 dry contact relays z2 card per system
49 KX-T96191 zDirect Inward Station Access card (DISA) zEach DISA card can be programmed to provide one of three functions. yBasic 4 port automated attendant or; yOutgoing Message for Uniform Call Distribution yTimed Reminder OGM z8 DISA cards can be installed in the system
50 KX-T96193 zAutomatic Gain Control card (AGC) zEach card provides 4 gain controlled CO to CO conference circuits z8 AGC cards can be installed in the system
51 KX-T96196 zRemote Administration card zAllows remote system administration at 1200 baud z1 Remote card can be installed in the system
52 KX-T96136 zKX-T Off Hook Call Announce card z1 KX-T96136 card must be installed for every 2 KX-T7130 telephones that require OHCA zA maximum of 4 KX-T96136 connects to either the PLC or HLC cards
53 KX-TD193 Caller ID Card z1 KX-TD193 will support 4 Caller ID compatible Central Office Lines connected to the KX-TD50180 card (ELCOT). For all eight lines to support Caller ID, a second KX-TD193 must be installed. zThe KX-TD193 supports both Single and Multi-Message formats
54 System Construction Maximum Configuration zAlthough the systems model number is the KX-TD500, the actual maximum system configuration can be 512 ports. zThis port configuration cannot be exceeded.
55 System Construction Maximum Configuration zThings to remember about system configuration y512 ports/system is the maximum allowed y448 extensions/system is the maximum allowed y192 CO Lines/system is the maximum allowed y216 PT, SLT, & CO ports/expansion shelf y192 PT and SLT ext./shelf is the max. allowed y128 PT/Shelf is the maximum allowed y160 SLT/Shelf is the maximum allowed
56 System Construction Basic Shelf zReview Installation Manual yPage 1-4 (see handout) y Basic System x192 Lines (Ports) yBasic Shelf x14 Card Slots x2 Basic Slots x12 Free Slots
57 System Construction Expansion Shelf zReview Installation Manual yPages 1-5 (see handout) ySystem Expansion xTwo Expansion Shelves Maximum x14 Free Slots per Expansion Shelf x216 Lines (Ports) Maximum per Expansion Shelf
58 System Construction: Installation Manual: zReview Installation Manual yPages 1-7, 1-8 and 2-36/39 (see handout) yReview number of ports per shelf / system yReview number of particular ports per shelf y8 Doorphones and 64 DSS Consoles per sys yReview Ports per particular Card yReview Ports per Special Cards yReview types of devices per Card
59 System Configuration Example 1 Final system configuration of (48) CO lines and (448) extensions (320 DPT & (128) SLT) = (496) Total
60 System Configuration Example 1 z CO = 6 LCOT (ELCOT) z DPT = 20 DLC z SLT= 8 ESLC z34 out of 40 Free Slots used z496 out of 512 ports used (16 avail.) zXDP, Parallel Telephones or APT require DHLC
61 System Configuration Example 2 Final system configuration of 192 T1 channels and 256 DPT extensions 448 Total
62 System Configuration Example 2 z T1 Channels= 8 T1 z DPT= 16 DLC z32 out of 40 Free Slots used z448 out of 512 ports used (64 avail.)
63 TD500 Upgrade from a Duel Cabinet TD1232 zAssignable Features to Button Differences z4 digit Extension Numbers zParallel / XDP requires DHLC z2 External Paging Zones z100 Call Park Zones zPC Programming of Station Telephone Settings
64 System Startup Procedure zSystem startup or initialization must be executed for every system zThe purpose of this procedure is to default the system and to automatically assign installed hardware into their respective positions zThis procedure is accomplished using rotary switch labeled “Mode” on the CPU card
65 System Startup Procedure zMode switch positions are: zPosition 1On-line while holding current data zPosition 0,2,3,9On-line Same function as 1 zPosition 4Off-line holding current data zPosition 5Off-line while defaulting system zPosition 6ON-LINE with “backdoor” password zPosition 7Off-line factory finished product testing zPosition 8Off-line factory finished product testing
66 System Startup Procedure zReview Installation Manual zPage 2-78/80 and 2-79/81 yInitializing system with default values xMode SW Position 5, reset, then 0, reset yLoading system with saved data (Off-line) xMode SW Position 4, reset, then Up-Load, xMode SW position 0, reset
67 KX-TD500 Hardware Addresses zThe KX-TD500, like most other universal free slot designed PBX’s, utilize a numbering system to identify ports, cards, and shelf locations. zThis is necessary when programming and maintaining the system
68 KX-TD500 Hardware Addresses zGenerally hardware address will be either 3 digit or 5 digit numbers. zExample: yThe first digit (1) indicates the shelf. In this example the 1 indicates the Basic Shelf. The first expansion shelf would be identified with a 2 and the second expansion shelf identified with a 3
69 KX-TD500 Hardware Addresses zExample: yThe next two digits (02) indicate the slot number. In this example the card is located in the Basic Shelf in slot 2. In the Basic Shelf, valid entries would be In the Expansion Shelves, valid entries would be
70 KX-TD500 Hardware Addresses zExample: yThe next two digits (05) indicate the port number. Port number identifiers will vary based on the card type. Some will have up to 16 ports, others 8 or less. yFor example, a DLC is a 16 port card and would have valid entries of
71 KX-TD500 Hardware Addresses zExample: yA DHLC is slightly different. The first 8 port identifiers (01-08) are used to identify the 8 proprietary ports on this card. The second 8 port identifiers (09-16) are used to identify the XDP ports. For example, port identifier 09 is used to program the XDP single line extension for port 01.
72 KX-TD500 Hardware Addresses zA card with twenty-four port identifiers (01-24) is the T1 card zCards with sixteen port identifiers (01-16) include: DLC, DHLC and ESLC zCards with eight port identifiers (01-08) include: HLC, PLC, SLC, SLC-M, LCOT, GCOT & ELCOT
73 KX-TD500 Hardware Addresses zCards with four port identifiers (01-04) include: OPX, DID, DISA, AGC & DPH zCards that have no port identifier include: RMT and ERMT
74 Port Status zPorts and cards can be in various states of service zOperational devices are usually In-Service or the abbreviation “INS” zDisabled devices are usually Out-of- Service or the abbreviation “OUS” zAnother state is Fault. This can be caused by several things including configuration problems as well as hardware failure
75 Port Status zThe final state of service is called Busy- out. This occurs on CO ports that have been placed in the Busy-out state by a system administrator. zGenerally the “INS” and “OUS” states are most common. Changing from one to another is accomplished by using different screens from within the KX-TD500 Maintenance Console programming tool
76 Port Status zWithin the Maintenance Console programming tool, the state of service can be identified and changed by clicking on the “Status” button. The text on the “Status” button indicates the current state, and the state can be toggled from one state, for example OUS, to the alternative state, in this case INS, by clicking on the “Status” button and then selecting OK.
80 What is T1? zT1 is the telephone companies infrastructure (copper wire, transmission equipment,…) that provides a high speed digital telephone circuit between two points. zT1 circuits operate at a rate of Mbps or at what is referred to as DS1 zA DS1 is comprised of Kbps* channels (DS0) plus framing overhead * Certain line code and frame selections can reduce the available bandwidth from 64 to 56 Kbps
81 T1 channels 24 bits per word x 8 bits 192 samples/sec x 8000 user data 1,536,000 bps frame bits line speed 1,544,000 bps
82 Digital Trunking PSTN: Local Exchange Carrier (LEC) or Interexchange Carrier (IEC) T1 demarc at customer premise T1 Channel Service Unit TD500 equipped with KX-TD97187
83 T1 Channel Service Unit zA T1 Channel Service Unit (CSU) is required for each T1 line that is to be connected to the KX-TD500 zFor a basic TD500 T1 installation, only a CSU is required. zCSU’s come in a variety of configurations based on the application and prices will vary.
84 T1 Channel Service Unit zCSU Functions: yIt is the first piece of Customer Premise Equipment (CPE) after Telco’s demarcation point. yProvides a 100 Ω circuit termination yProvides FCC Part-68 protection yInitiates and facilitates loopback testing yMonitors line for errors and violations yMaintain 0’s and 1’s density ySupports Line Coding and Framing requirements
85 Adtran ESF T1 CSU ACE zFull featured T1 CSU suitable for wall or desktop use. zFront panel LCD and four user keys provides easy configuration and unit monitoring zPhysical Interface RJ-48C zSupports D4/SF or ESF zSupports AMI or B8ZS
86 What is D4/SF and ESF? zSuperframe (SF) or D4, and Extended Superframe (ESF) are the two frame formats used in North America. zFrame formats are used for frame synchronization and also for line management tasks zThe KX-TD500 supports either frame formats
87 D4/SF zD4 or Superframe was introduced in The D4 was derived from the first Telco channel bank which utilized this type of frame formatting. zD4/SF framing consists of a superframe made up of twelve individual frames zThe twelve framing bits within the superframe follow a pattern of
88 D4/SF Superframe F1F2F4F3F5F6F8F7F12F11F10F9 Superframe F Ch1Ch2 ……... Ch24 Frame 1 F Ch1Ch2 ……... Ch24 Frame Word 0 Frame 2 framing bit
89 D4/SF zD4 or SF framing uses an in-band call control method called “bit robbing” which robs the least significant bit from each of the 24 channels within the 6th and 12th frame. zThis call control information is used for dialing and other line maintenance functions. zThis frame format restricts the channel bandwidth to 56 Kbps rather than 64 Kbps and is used most often in voice applications.
90 Extended Superframe (ESF) zExtended Superframe is the preferred method of framing since it utilizes a larger number of frames (24 frames) and requires fewer framing bits to maintain synchronization zFraming bits for frames 4, 8, 12, 16, 20, are set to the pattern of that the far end equipment synchronizes on.
91 Extended Superframe (ESF) zSince fewer frames require framing bits, the excess framing bits for the other frames can be used for other functions such as Cyclic Redundancy Checks and for an Embedded Operations Channel zThe Embedded Operation Channel is an Out-of-Band call control method used for signaling, dialing, diagnostics as well as other functions.
92 Extended Superframe F1F2F4F3F5F6F8F7F12F11F10F9 Extended Superframe F13F14F15 E C F EEEEEEE CC C FFF E = Embedded Operations channel bit C = Cyclic Redundancy Check bit F = Framing bit Only 15 of the 24 frames are shown
93 Extended Superframe (ESF) zESF should be used whenever possible since it has a more sophisticated diagnostic and maintenance capability and allows for a 64 Kbps channel bandwidth.
94 What is AMI and B8ZS? zAlternate Mark Inversion and Binary 8 Zero Substitution are the two Line Coding formats used in North America for T1 lines zThe purpose of Line Coding is to maintains synchronization by ensuring that no more than 7 consecutive “0’s” are transmitted within a DS0.
95 zUnipolar Signaling yUsed internally within most DTE equipment such as the KX-TD500 and computers zBipolar Alternate Mark Inversion yT1 lines utilize this type of signaling format Signaling Formats +5 v 0 v v 0 v -3v
96 AMI Line Coding zAMI get around the 1’s density requirement by forcing a 1 into the bit stream or what is called “bit stuffing.” The CSU accomplished this task by inserting a 1 into the least significant bit location. zThe draw back to this method is that it reduces the available user bandwidth to 56 Kbps
97 AMI Line Coding +5 v O v -5 v DTE Sends +5 v O v -5 v CSU set for AMI sends
98 B8ZS Line Coding zBinary 8 Zero Substitution is the most popular Line Coding technique used in North America. zB8ZS uses a method of inserting a particular bit pattern which includes intentional bipolar violations to replace a series of 8 “0’s” zThis is the preferred Line Coding technique since it allows for 64 Kbps
99 B8ZS Line Coding +5 v O v -5 v DTE Sends +5 v O v -5 v B 1 0 B 1 CSU set for B8ZS sends Previous Word B = Bipoalar Violation