NEC DSX-40 Kit has an initial configuration that starts with 4 incoming lines, 8 digital station ports and 2 analog station ports with the capability to expand to 8 incoming lines, 24 digital station ports and 18 analog station ports. Kit includes DSX-40 KSU System (Part no.1090001) and 3 NEC 22 Button Phone (Part no.
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Part Numbers: 1091015, LED-NEC-1091015, NEC-1091015, nec-1091015
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Setting Up IntraMail for the First Time. 47
Installing a DSX Analog Door Box on a Built-In Door Box Port. 49
Connecting a DSX Analog Door Box to a Built-In Door Box Port. 49
Installing a DSX Analog Door Box and 2PGDAD Module. 51
Connecting a DSX Analog Door Box to the 2PGDAD Module. Preparation. Connecting PGDAD Door Boxes and Relays. Mounting the 2PGDAD Module and Connecting to the System. 52 53
External Paging. 54
Installing External Paging. 54
Music Source. 55
Installing a Music Source. 55
Power Failure Telephone. 56
Table of Contents
Power Failure Cut-Through. 56
Wall Mounting. 57
Reversing the Handset Hanger. Wall Mounting a Keyset. Wall Mounting a Keyset on a Standard Wall Plate. Wall Mounting a Keyset Directly on the Wall. Wall Mounting a DSS Console. Wall Mounting a DSS Console on a Standard Wall Plate. Wall Mounting a DSS Console Directly on the Wall. 61
Keyset Self Test. 62
Testing the Keyset. 62
Connecting a PC to the System. 63
Connections for PC Programming (System Administrator) and SMDR. 63
Specifications and Parts. 65 Specifications. 65
DSX Telephone System Specifications. 65 DSX IntraMail Specifications. 70
Parts List. 71
Table of Contents iii
22-Button Display Telephone with Speakerphone
P/Ns 1090020 (Black) and 1090025 (White) At a Glance
Display: 3 line x 24 character Soft Keys: 4 Feature Keys: 12 Fixed Function Keys: 12 Speed Dial Bin Keys: 10 Speakerphone: Built-in, half-duplex Wall Mount: Built-in Angle Adjustment: 2 position built-in Backlit: No Dual LEDs: Yes
Headset jack: RJ-10 built-in (standard handset type)
The 22-Button Display Telephone features a large 3 line-by-24 character alphanumeric display with 4 Interactive Soft Keys for intuitive feature access. It also provides 10 Personal Speed Dial bin keys, 12 programmable Feature Keys and 12 xed function keys for streamlined operation. Additionally, this telephone offers a headset jack and built-in speakerphone. Unique features include dual LEDs, a Ring/Message Lamp (to show ringing, Caller ID, and voice mail messages), built-in wall mounting, and an innovative two position angle adjustment.
Status Icons: 4 Feature Keys: 4 Fixed Function Keys: 8 Channels: 30
The DSX Cordless Lite II Telephone (P/N 730087) is a 900 Mhz digital narrow band FM cordless telephone that provides mobility, exibility and convenience for those who spend much of the workday away from their desk. Fully integrated with the DSX system, the DSX Cordless Lite II Telephone offers many standard features such as Call Forwarding, Call Coverage, Hotline, and Voice Mail. Complemented by 4 fully programmable function keys (with LEDs), the DSX Cordless Lite II Telephone achieves a whole new level of convenience and mobility. An easy-to-read 16-character by 2-line LCD display (with four status icons), volume controls, a rechargeable Nickel Metal Hydride Battery Pack, and a handy belt clip round out the elegant and affordable DSX Cordless Lite II Telephone. The Cordless II Lite Telephone includes the following: Base Unit Base Unit AC Adaptor (P/N 630618) Base Wall Mount Bracket (P/N 730608) Base Line Cord Handset Handset Charger (P/N 730632) Handset Charger AC Adaptor (P/N 730619) Handset Charger Wall Mount Bracket (P/N 730633) Handset Battery (P/N 730631) Belt Clip (P/N 730634)
Corded Headsets for DSX Keysets and DTR/DTH SLTs
The following corded headsets are compatible with DSX keysets and the DTR/DTH single line telephones. Check with your supplier for their latest offerings.
NEC / Plantronics Headsets
NEC / Plantronics Amplied Headsets
NEC P/N Description Style Microphone Type Plantronics Model Number
Polaris Starset Polaris Mirage Polaris Supra Monaural Polaris Supra Binaural Polaris TriStar Polaris Encore Monaural Polaris Encore Binaural
In-the-Ear On-the-Ear Over-the-Head Over-the-Head In-the-Ear Over-the-Head Over-the-Head Over-the-Head, On-the-Ear On-the-Ear Over-the-Head Over-the-Head, Over-the-Head, Behind-the-Head Behind-the-Head Over-the-Head Over-the-Head Over-the-Head Over-the-Head
Voice Tube Noise Canceling Voice Tube Noise Canceling Voice Tube Noise Canceling Voice Tube Noise Canceling Voice Tube Noise Canceling Voice Tube Noise Canceling Voice Tube Noise Canceling Voice Tube Noise Canceling Voice Tube Noise Canceling Voice Tube Noise Canceling Voice Tube Noise Canceling Voice Tube Noise Canceling Voice Tube Noise Canceling Voice Tube Noise Canceling Voice Tube Noise Canceling Voice Tube Noise Canceling
P31 P31N P41 P41N P51 P51N P61 P61N P81 P81N P91 P91N P101 P101N P141 P141N P151 P151N P161 P161N P171 P171N P181 P181N P251 P251N P261 P261N P351 P351N P361 P361N
Polaris DuoSet Convertible Polaris DuoPro Polaris DuoPro Polaris DuoPro Convertible Polaris DuoPro Convertible Polaris DuoPro Polaris DuoPro Polaris/SupraPlus Monaural Polaris/SupraPlus NC Monaural Polaris/SupraPlus NC Binaural Polaris/SupraPlus NC Binaural Polaris SupraPlus SL Monaural Polaris SupraPlus SL Binaural
NEC / Plantronics Non-Amplied Headsets 1
Polaris StarSet Polaris Mirage Polaris Supra Monaural Polaris Supra Binaural Polaris TriStar Polaris Encore Monaural Polaris Encore Binaural Polaris Freehand Monaural Polaris DuoSet Convertible Polaris DuoPro Polaris DuoPro Polaris DuoPro Convertible Polaris DuoPro Polaris SupraPlus Monaural Polaris SupraPlus Binaural Polaris SupraPlus SL Monaural Polaris SuproPlus SL Binaural
In-the-Ear On-the-Ear Over-the-Head Over-the-Head In-the-Ear Over-the-Head Over-the-Head In-the-Ear Over-the-Head, On-the-Ear On-the-Ear Over-the-Head Over-the-Head, On-the-Ear Behind-the-Head Over-the-Head Over-the-Head Over-the-Head Over-the-Head
Voice Tube Noise Canceling Voice Tube Noise Canceling Voice Tube Noise Canceling Voice Tube Noise Canceling Voice Tube Noise Canceling Voice Tube Noise Canceling Voice Tube Noise Canceling Voice Tube Noise Canceling Voice Tube Noise Canceling Voice Tube Voice Tube Noise Canceling Voice Tube Noise Canceling Voice Tube Noise Canceling Voice Tube Noise Canceling Voice Tube Noise Canceling Voice Tube Noise Canceling Voice Tube Noise Canceling
H31 H31N H41 H41N H51 H51N H61 H61N H81 H81N H91 H91N H101 H101N H131 H131N H141 H141N H151 H151N H161 H161N H171 H171N H181 H181N H251 H251N H261 H261N H351 H351N H361 H361N
Requires Vista M12 Amplier and Handset/Headset Switch
Accessories and Replacement Parts for Polaris Headsets
NEC P/N Description Plantronics Item Number
Polaris Extension Cable (10 ft.) For all Polaris headset models. Clothing Clip Replacement (1) For all Polaris Mirage, Tristar, and Encore headset models. Ear Cushion (Package of 2) For Supra and Encore models. Windscreen Replacement (1) For Supra NC headset models Clear Voice Tube for Mirage and Supra Replacement (1) Rainbow Voice Tube for Mirage and Supra Replacement (Package of 6) Clear Voice Tube for Encore and Tristar (1) Rainbow Voice Tube for Encore and Tristar (Package of 6)
40703-01 29961-01 or 29961-13 15729-11 24316-01 or 24316-04 17593-01 or 17593-06 17593-7 or 17593-80 29960-01 or 29960-13 29960-70 or 29960-80
GN Netcom Headsets
GN Netcom Non-Amplied Headsets1
Model Number Description Microphone Type Style
DESI Telephone Labels
Labels for DSX Telephones Labels for NEC Single Line Telephones
The following DESI labels are available for DSX telephone replacement applications. 22-Button Display (pkg 20 with 10 backers) - White (P/N 1093086) - Black (P/N 1093085) 34-Button Display (pkg 20 with 10 backers) - White (P/N 1093084) - Black (P/N 1093083) 34-Button Super Display (pkg 20 with 10 backers) - White (P/N 1093082) - Black (P/N 1093081) 60-Button DSS Console (pkg 20 with 10 backers) - White (P/N 1093080) - Black (P/N 1093079) The following DESI labels are available for DSX telephone preprint applications. 22-Button Display Preprint (pkg 25) - P/N 1093072 34-Button Display Preprint (pkg 25) - P/N 1093071 34-Button Super Display Preprint (pkg 25) - P/N 1093070 60-Button DSS Console Preprint (pkg 25) - P/N 1093069 The following DESI labels are available for the NEC analog single line telephones. For DTR-1-1 - Black (P/N 780400) - Metallic green (P/N 780401) - Metallic silver (P/N 780402) - Lime green (P/N 780403) - Preprint (blank) (P/N 780459) For DTR-1HM-1 - Black (P/N 780404) - Metallic green (P/N 780405) - Metallic silver (P/N 780406) - Lime green (P/N 780407) - Preprint (blank) (P/N 780460) For DTH-1-1 - Metallic silver (P/N 780450)
DSX-40 Common Equipment
DSX-40 4x8x2 Key Telephone System with 2 Door Box Ports and Caller-ID
P/N 1090001 At a Glance
Digital extension ports: Built-in: 8 Fully expanded: 24 Analog extension ports: Built-in: 2 Fully expanded: 18 Built-in door box ports: 2 Built-in door box control relays: 2 Total Ports: 40 Ethernet port: Yes (auto sensing) Analog line ports: Built-in: 4 Total: 8 Expansion slots: Station expansion slots: 2 Line expansion slots:1 Audio outputs: 1 Audio inputs: 2 CompactFlash interface: Yes USB connector: Yes
DSX-40 is a compact, wall-mountable, more economical member of the DSX family that offers many of the features and options of the larger DSX-80/160 in a smaller, self-contained cabinet. In its off-the-shelf basic conguration, DSX-40 supports 4 CO (outside) lines with Caller ID, 8 DSX digital keyset extensions, and 2 analog (single line) extensions with power failure. Additionally, the basic DSX-40 provides: CompactFlash card interface (for IntraMail, software loading, and database backup) Conference circuits, DTMF receivers and DTMF generators NAND Flash for storing the system database Battery for short term (14 day) backup of the internal Real Time Clock and station parameters Two audio inputs for Background Music and Music on Hold (1/8 mono minijacks) One audio output for External Paging (1/8 mono minijack) Ethernet and USB ports for local and remote PC Programming RS-232 serial port for Station Message Detail Recording 2 DSX Analog Door Box ports with associated relays Built-in V.32BIS 14.4K BPS modem for remote maintenance Tips to remember:
Unpack the equipment and check it against your equipment lists. Inspect for physical damage. If you are not sure about a components function, review Components (page 1). Contact your Sales Representative if you have additional questions. Have the appropriate tools for the job on hand, including: a test set, a punch down tool and a digital voltmeter.
Make sure you have a building plan showing the location of the common equipment, extensions, the telco demarcation and earth ground. In addition, the installation site must meet the requirements outlined in the Standard Practices Manual.
The common equipment is contained in the wall-mounted Main Equipment Cabinet. Choose a central location for the cabinet that allows enough space for the equipment and provides enough room for you to comfortably work. Figure 1: Installation Layout, DSX-40 (page 20) and shows you about how much space your system requires.
Single Line Telephone REN Limitations
Please note the following when installing single line telephones: The total Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) per system cannot exceed 10. The total REN per analog port cannot exceed 5. Ringer Equivalence is cumulative. A REN of 1 is the normal for an industry standard 2500 set with electromechanical ringer. Many phones with electronic ringers have signicantly lower RENs.
Installing the Main Equipment Cabinet
Planning the Installation
Before installing the common equipment, you should mount a Main Distribution Frame (MDF) plywood backboard in a centrally located spot. A 1/2 sheet of plywood (4 x 4) should be adequate. Be sure to mount the backboard using suitable fasteners, taking care to adhere to standard installation practices and local codes. See Figure 1: Installation Layout, DSX-40 below. The Main Equipment Cabinet requires a three-prong, dedicated 110 VAC 60 Hz circuit (NEMA 5-15 receptacle). The AC receptacle must be within 7 feet of the cabinets lower left corner. Normally, you install the extension and line blocks to the right of the cabinet. Telco should also install the RJ21X to the right of the cabinet
Extension and Line Connections
Important Install station equipment connected to Digital Station and Analog Station Cards as on-premises extensions only.
The Main Equipment Cabinet provides 8-pin mod jacks for connecting extensions and lines. Using the Installation Cable (P/N 808920) makes it easy to connect the mod jacks to standard 66M1-50 connecting blocks. These cables have six 8-pin modular jacks on one end and are unterminated on the other. Each jack connects four extensions or lines. To connect all 26 extensions and 8 lines, youll need 3 installation cables and 3 associated 66M1-50 connecting blocks.
Extension and Line Cabling
Cable Jack STA 1-4 STA 5-8 STA 9-12 STA 13-16 STA 17-20 STA 21-24 Description
First 4 built-in digital station ports. Second 4 built-in digital station ports. First 4 station ports in the top position. Second 4 station ports in the top position. First 4 station ports in the middle position. Second 4 station ports in the middle position Built-in analog station ports. See Installing a DSX Analog Door Box on a BuiltIn Door Box Port (page 49). Four built-in lines. Four additional lines provided by the line expansion card installed in the bottom position.
STA 25-26 Door 1-2
CO 1-4 CO 5-8
Cable 2 Cable 3
Figure 8: Extension and Line Cabling
Punch Down for Extensions
To punch down the cables for extensions: 1. For each 66M1-50 block, punch down the Installation Cable in standard color-code order.
Extensions 300-323 Shown
25-PAIR CABLE RJ61X BLOCK TERM COLOR CODE WHT-BLU BLU-WHT WHT-ORN ORN-WHT WHT-GRN GRN-WHT WHT-BRN BRN-WHT WHT-SLT SLT-WHT RED-BLU BLU-RED RED-ORN ORN-RED RED-GRN GRN-RED RED-BRN BRN-RED RED-SLT SLT-RED BLK-BLU BLU-BLK BLK-ORN ORN-BLK BLK-GRN GRN-BLK BLK-BRN BRN-BLK BLK-SLT SLT-BLK YEL-BLU BLU-YEL YEL-ORN ORN-YEL YEL-GRN GRN-YEL YEL-BRN BRN-YEL YEL-SLT SLT-YEL VIO-BLU BLU-VIO VIO-ORN ORN-VIO VIO-GRN GRN-VIO VIO-BRN BRN-VIO VIO-SLT SLT-VIO FUNCTION NC NC T R T R T R T R T R T R T R T R T R T R T R T R T R T R T R T R T R T R T R T R T R T R T R T R RJ61X 1 8
To make your own cables, see Making Your Own Cables (page 33).
Figure 9: Punch Down for Extensions
Punch Down for Lines
To punch down the cable for lines: 1. For each 66M1-50 block, punch down the Installation Cable in standard color-code order.
25-PAIR CABLE RJ61X BLOCK TERM COLOR CODE WHT-BLU BLU-WHT WHT-ORN ORN-WHT WHT-GRN GRN-WHT WHT-BRN BRN-WHT WHT-SLT SLT-WHT RED-BLU BLU-RED RED-ORN ORN-RED RED-GRN GRN-RED RED-BRN BRN-RED RED-SLT SLT-RED BLK-BLU BLU-BLK BLK-ORN ORN-BLK BLK-GRN GRN-BLK BLK-BRN BRN-BLK BLK-SLT SLT-BLK YEL-BLU BLU-YEL YEL-ORN ORN-YEL YEL-GRN GRN-YEL YEL-BRN BRN-YEL YEL-SLT SLT-YEL VIO-BLU BLU-VIO VIO-ORN ORN-VIO VIO-GRN GRN-VIO VIO-BRN BRN-VIO VIO-SLT SLT-VIO FUNCTION T R T R T R T R T R T R T R T R RJ61X
Figure 20: Setting the High Viewing Angle
Removing the Faceplate
Youll need to remove the telephone faceplate to write on the label or install a DESI custom label. To remove the faceplate: 1. Put your nger in the recessed area under the faceplate and lift off the faceplate.
Figure 21: Removing the Telephone Faceplate
To reinstall the faceplate: 1. Snap back into place as shown.
Figure 22: Reinstalling the Telephone Faceplate
Powering Up the System
Now that you have cabled the system, it is time to power-up. To power up the system: 1. Make sure the system is properly grounded. 2. Plug the AC Power Cord into the Main Equipment Cabinet 3. Install a surge protector in the AC outlet. 4. Plug the Mail Equipment Cabinets AC power cord into its surge protector. 5. Turn on the cabinets power switch. The power LED will ash once blue, once green, and then utter blue as the system boots. After about 45 seconds, the LED will wink off blue continuously and the system will be operational.
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AC Power Cord
Figure 23: Power Switch and AC Power Cord
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Figure 24: Power LED
Finishing the Installation
Reinstalling the Cover
Now that your cabling is complete and the system is up and running, you should reinstall the cover. To reinstall the cover: 1. Slide the cover onto the Main Equipment Cabinet as shown. 2. Slide the cover button to LOCK.
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Push button to "LOCK" position
Figure 25: Reinstalling the Cover
Resetting and Initializing the System
Resetting the System
To reset the system:
Important If the systems RS-232 connection uses twisted pair cable, before resetting do one of the following: Make sure the RS-232 cable is connected at both ends (i.e., PC and CPU). If the RS-232 cable is disconnected from the PC, be sure the cable is also disconnected from the CPU. 1. Briey press (tap) the Reset Switch on the Main Equipment Cabinet.
The power LED will ash green, and then utter blue as the system boots. After about 45 seconds, the LED will wink off blue continuously and the system will be operational. Resetting the system does not erase system programming.
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Figure 26: Resetting the System
Initializing the System
To initialize (cold start) the system: - This erases all your stored programming and returns the system to its default settings. 1. Turn off the system. 2. Press and hold the Reset Switch on the Main Equipment Cabinet while turning on the system power. 3. When the LED on the cabinet lights blue and then goes out, release the Reset Switch. The power LED will ash green, and then utter blue as the system boots. After about 45 seconds, the LED will wink off blue continuously and the system will restart with the default settings.
Relay Contact Specications
Important! Be sure the devices connected to the systems relay contacts are compatible with the following specications. Contact Conguration: Maximum Load: Maximum Initial Contact Resistance Normally Open 0.5A @ 120 VAC 1A @ 24 VDC 100 mOhms
The Analog Door Box is a weather-tight unit, with an operating temperature range of -20 to 60 degrees C (-4 to 140 degrees F) and a relative humidity range of 10-95%, non-condensing. To connect to the built-in DSX-40 analog door box ports and relays:
1. Using Figure 30: Connecting to the Built-In Analog Door Box Ports (page 50) as a guide, on Station
Block 2 punch down the Installation Cable in standard color code-order. 2. Plug the appropriate installation cable plug into jack DOOR 1-2 on the Main Equipment Cabinet. 3. Install a modular jack for each relay and optionally for each door box within 6 feet of each door box location. (For the next two steps, leaving a service loop in your station cable will make adds, moves, and changes easier.) 4. For each relay: - Run one-pair 24 AWG station cable from the station block to the associated modular jack. - Terminate the station cable WHT/BLU - BLU/WHT leads to the RED and GRN lugs in the modular jack. 5. For each door box: - Run one-pair 24 AWG station cable from the station block directly to the door box terminals. OR - Run one-pair 24 AWG station cable from the station block to the associated modular jack. - Then, terminate the station cable WHT/BLU - BLU/WHT leads to the RED and GRN lugs in the modular jack. 6. Install bridging clips as required. 7. Connect to the door boxes and relays as shown in Figure 30: Connecting to the Built-In Analog Door Box Ports (page 50). 8. Refer to the Door Box feature in the DSX Software Manual for programming details.
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Door 1 Relay 1 Door 2 Relay 2
Relay 2T Relay 2R
To Relay 2
To Door 2
2. At the relay, connect the station cable following the instructions provided with the relay. 3. At the 2PGDAD Module, strip the wires about 1/4 and connect to the block as shown.
- To make a connection, use a small at-blade screwdriver to push down on tab, insert the wire, then release the tab. 4. Be sure the relay you choose is compatible with the 2PGDAD Module relay contact specications.
2PGDAD Module Relay Contact Specications
Conguration: Maximum Contact Ratings:
Normally open 250 mA @ 120 VAC 500 mA @ 24 VDC
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All Jumpers Open
To Door 1 Relay To Door 2 Relay
To Door 2 Door Box To Door 1 Door Box
Figure 32: Connecting PGDAD Door Boxes and Relays 52 Optional Equipment DSX-40 Hardware Manual
Mounting the 2PGDAD Module and Connecting to the System
To mount and connect the 2PGDAD Module: 1. Mount two suitable fasteners (such as #8 sheet metal screws) about 3 15/16 apart either horizontally (for horizontal mounting) or vertically (for vertical mounting). - Leave the heads exposed about 1/4 2. Place the 2PGDAD Module over the screws and slide down into place. 3. Program the Door Box and 2PGDAD Module before connecting to the 2PGDAD modular jack. - In 1203-01: Secondary Station Port Assignment, for the digital port selected enter an available station port for the secondary port (96-127 by default). - In 2113-02: Ring Group, assign the extensions associated with the 2PGDAD Module and all telephones that should receive door chimes to the same Ring Group. - Refer to the Door Box feature in the DSX Software Manual for additional programming. 4. Using a standard line cord, plug the 2PGDAD Module into its modular jack and verify the LEDs.
Figure 33: Mounting and Connecting the 2PGDAD Module Optional Equipment
Installing External Paging
The Main Equipment Cabinet provides an External Paging output. You connect the Main Equipment Cabinet Paging output to an audio input on a customer provided Paging system. Be sure the connected Paging equipment is compatible with the following page output specications:
External Paging Output Specications
Output Impedance: Output Level:
600 Ohms 0 dBr @ 1.0 kHz
To connect to an External Paging Amplier: 1. Obtain an audio cable that has a mono audio minijack (1/8) on one end and a connector compatible with the customers paging amplier on the other. 2. Plug the mono audio minijack into the Audio Out connector on the Main Equipment Cabinet.
3. Plug the other end of the audio cable into the paging ampler.
To customer-provided paging amplifier
Figure 34: Connecting External Paging
Installing a Music Source
Your system provides two connections for customer provided music sources. Use these music sources for Background Music and Music on Hold. Be sure the connected music sources are compatible with the following music input specications:
Music Input Specications
Input Impedance: Output Level:
10K Ohms +18 dBr (+2 dBr) @ 1.0 KHz
To connect a music source (two maximum): 1. Obtain an audio cable that has a mono audio minijack (1/8) on one end and a connector compatible with the customers music on the other. 2. Plug the mono audio minijack into one of the two Audio In connectors on the Main Equipment Cabinet.
3. Plug the other end of the audio cable into the music source.
Audio In 2
Audio In 1
To customer-provided music sources (assigned in programming to Background Music and Music On Hold)
Figure 35: Connecting a Music Source
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Power Failure Telephone
Power Failure Cut-Through
When AC power fails, the system can automatically cut through to a Power Failure Telephone connection. Analog stations 25 and 26 (extensions 324 and 325) are the permanent power failure extensions. When power fails: Analog extension 324 (station 25) automatically cuts through to line 1. Analog extension 325 (station 26) automatically cuts through to line 2. For more on connecting extensions, see Connecting Extensions and Lines (page 28). To test the Power Failure Telephone: 1. Connect the power failure telephone. 2. Power down the system. 3. At the Power Failure Telephone, lift the handset. - You should hear dial tone on the line you connected. - Place a test call.
Reversing the Handset Hanger
Before wall mounting your DSX telephone, you should reverse the handset hanger. The hanger holds the handset in place while the telephone is mounted on the wall. To reverse the wall-mount handset hanger: 1. Slide out the handset hanger. 2. Reverse and re-insert the handset hanger.
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Figure 40: Mounting the DSS Console Directly on the Wall
Keyset Self Test
Testing the Keyset
Each DSX keyset has a built-in Self Test Diagnostic. Use this diagnostic to verify that each key is working, check the lamp (LED) in each key, and play back some system tones. To start the Self Test Diagnostic 1. Unplug the keysets line cord. 2. While pressing keys 1, 2, and 3, plug the line cord back in. 3. Continue pressing keys 1, 2, and 3 for about 10 seconds. 4. Release the keys. On the rst line of the display you see:TEST PUSH - If you dont see this display, repeat the procedure and hold the keys down a little longer. To test a key:
1. Press the key.
- The code to the right of PUSH identies the key (see the Key Name table below). - Example, for Feature Key 4 you see: PUSH=L 4 To test the key and Ring/Message Lamp LEDs: 1. Press Volume Up. - All the keys with lamps light green (except for MUTE which doesnt have a green LED). 2. Press Volume Up again. - All keys with lamps light red. 3. Press Volume Up a third time. - All keys with lamps light orange (except for MUTE which lights red). To test the display: 1. Press Volume Down. - All the elements for each character show dark. To test some keyset tones:
1. Press Feature Keys 1, 2, or 3. Key Names
Key Name D 0 - D 9, D * and D # - 010 Key Name L1 - L24 S1-S4 F13 F 11 F1 F7 F8 F2
Dial pad 0-9, * and # Speed Dial bins 1-10 Super Display Soft Keys
CLEAR FLASH MUTE INTERCOM DND HOLD
1 When 1
Feature Keys 1-24 Keyset Soft Keys 1-4
CHECK TRANSFER REDIAL SPEAKER V-MAIL CONF
- 012 F 12 F4 F9 F6 F5 F3
a Super Display Soft Key is pressed, 12 # characters display adjacent to the key. To exit the Self Test Diagnostic: 1. Lift and replace the handset.
Connecting a PC to the System
Connections for PC Programming (System Administrator) and SMDR
Use the USB or Ethernet port when connecting a PC locally for the System Administrator. Use the serial port only for SMDR.
CAT 5 Cable
To PC Ethernet Port USB Standard A-B USB Cable
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To PC USB Port
6-Conductor Line Cord
Serial Port To PC Serial Port DSX SMDR Adaptor RJ11 Jack 6 pin, 6 conductor
The DSX SMDR Adaptor is P/N 1091014.
DB9 Female Front View
RJ11 DTR TXD GND GND RXD DSR 5 6
DBNC TXD DTR DSR RXD GND
Figure 41: Connecting a PC to the System
Specications and Parts
DSX Telephone System Specications
DSX-40 System Capacities (Page 1 of 2)
Cabinets: Talk Timeslots (Intercom/line): Ports Lines: Digital Telephones: Analog Telephones: DSS Consoles: DSX Analog Door Box Ports (Built-In) DSX Analog Door Boxes (With 2PGDAD Modules) Power Failure Telephones: Internal Paging Zones: External Page Audio Output:
1 Non-blocking 4 max. per system Plugs into a digital station port 2 Max. limited only by number of available digital station ports for 2PGDAD Modules. (7 and All Call) 1
Specications and Parts
DSX-40 System Capacities (Page 2 of 2)
Music Inputs: Conference Circuits:
Conference circuits dynamically allocated, with 8 parties max per Conference. Conference circuits provided on CPU. 2 max. 2 max. 1 max.
8-Port Digital Station Card (Expansion) 8-Port Analog Station Card (Expansion) 4-Port Line Card with Built-In Caller ID (Expansion)
A dedicated 110 VAC 60 Hz circuit located within 4 feet of the cabinet is required.
Meeting established environmental standards maximizes the life of the system. Refer to the Standard Practices Manual for further information. Be sure that the site is not: 1. In direct sunlight or in hot, cold or humid places. 2. In dusty areas or in areas where sulfuric gases are produced. 3. In places where shocks or vibrations are frequent or strong. 4. In places where water or other uids come in contact with the main equipment. 5. In areas near high-frequency machines or electric welders. 6. Near computers, telexes, microwaves, air conditioners, etc. 7. Near radio antennas (including shortwave).
Cabinet and Key Telephones Temperature: Humidity: 0 to 40oC (32-104oF) 10 to 95% (non-condensing)
DSX Analog Door Box The Analog Door Box is a weather-tight unit, with an operating temperature range of -20 to 60 degrees C (-4 to 140 degrees F) and a relative humidity range of 10-95%, non-condensing. Temperature: Humidity: -20 to 60oC (-4 to 104oF) 10 to 95% (non-condensing)
DSX-40 Electrical Specications
Power Supply: Output Power: Input Current: VA: Kwh: BTU: Grounding Requirements:
120 VAC + 10% @ 50-60 Hz 83 Watts @ 100% full load 1.1A 132 VA 0.132 KwH 450 Btu 12 AWG copper wire
Telephone and Line Voltages
Keyset Voltages DC voltage measured at the MDF (between tip and ring) Minimum operating DC voltage measured at station jack (between tip and ring) Minimum: 36 VDC Maximum: 44 VDC 24 VDC Specifications and Parts
Analog Station (SLIU) Card Single Line Telephone Voltages DC voltage measured at the MDF (between tip and ring) On-Hook Idle State Minimum: 44 VDC On-Hook Idle State Maximum: 56 VDC Off-Hook Active State: 7.5 VDC typical, depending on the telephone type and loop length. 50-65 VAC, sinusoidal (sine wave) Not available Available 5 10
DSX-40 Quick Start Guide
Optional DSX IntraMail
Important Always check www.necdsx.com for the latest system software updates.
Dedicated AC Outlet
Lines 1-4 Shown
Cable 2 Cable 3
RJ61X RJ61X 25-PAIR CABLE COLOR CODE WHT-BLU BLU-WHT WHT-ORN ORN-WHT WHT-GRN GRN-WHT WHT-BRN BRN-WHT FUNCTION T R T R T R T R BLOCK TERM 7 8
Installation Cable P/N 808920 To electrical service ground
Extensions 324-325 Shown
25-PAIR CABLE RJ61X RJ61X COLOR CODE WHT-BLU BLU-WHT WHT-ORN ORN-WHT WHT-GRN GRN-WHT WHT-BRN BRN-WHT FUNCTION T R T R BLOCK TERM 7 8
YEL BLU-WHT BLK WHT-BLU
Extensions 300-303 Shown
RJ61X RJ61X COLOR CODE WHT-BLU BLU-WHT WHT-ORN ORN-WHT WHT-GRN GRN-WHT WHT-BRN BRN-WHT
25-PAIR CABLE FUNCTION T R T R T R T R BLOCK TERM 7 8
1093067 - 1
625 Modular Jack
8-Pin (RJ61X) Jack Pinouts RJ61X Port Pin Designation
4T 3T 2T 1R 1T 2R 3R 4R
To 66 Block
WHT-BLU (1T) BLU-WHT (1R) WHT-ORN (2T) ORN-WHT (2R) WHT-GRN (3T) GRN-WHT (3R) WHT-BRN (4T)
Important These instructions are for reference only. Do not install the system without rst reading the Hardware Manual.
Latch faces up
80000 - 18C
Basic Installation Layout
Default Features for Lines 1. 2. 3.
All lines are loop start DTMF. Use 3101-01: Line Type to change this assignment. Lines 1-8 ring on line keys 1-8 for extensions 300-315. All other extensions are lamp only for lines 1-8.
To customize line ringing, use one of the following: User Programmable Features code #RAL. (See the User Programmable Features feature for more.) Use 2132-[01-64]: Line Ringing.
Default Features for Extensions
The circuit types for keyset extensions are automatically set when the extension is plugged in. Keyset users can place outside calls by: Pressing a line key and dialing the outside number. (See the Central Ofce Calls, Placing feature for more.) Pressing INTERCOM, dialing 9, then dialing the outside number. (See the Line Group Routing feature for more.) Line Dial-Up and Direct Line Access are disabled. (See the Central Ofce Calls, Placing feature for more.) All extensions have full incoming and outgoing access to all outside lines. See Initial Startup Programming below to change this assignment. By default, Feature Keys 1-12 are line keys. Keys 13-24 are undened. See the Feature Keys feature for more.
Default Features for IntraMail
1. 2. 3.
Each extension has an IntraMail voice mailbox. All mailboxes are enabled. To disable a mailbox, see 2141-01: Station Mailbox Type. The IntraMail Automated Attendant does not answer outside calls. (See the Automated Attendant feature for more.)
Initial Startup Programming
1. Enter the programming mode. 1. From any display telephone, press INTERCOM + Dial #*#* + Enter the system password + HOLD. 2. The system passwords are: - 632379 (NECDSX) for Installer (level 3), 9999 for System Administrator 2 (level 2), 0000 for System
Administrator 1 (level 1).
2. Assign the correct circuit type to each of your installed lines. 1. In 3101-01: Line Type, assign the line circuit type (e.g., enter 1 or press Feature Key 2 for loop start). 2. In 3103-03: DTMF Dialing, normally enter 1 (or press Feature Key 2) for DTMF dialing. 3. By default, each extension has full incoming and outgoing access to each line. To change this assignment: 1. In 2131-[01-64]: Line Access, change each extensions line access as required. The options are: - 0 for no access, 1 for incoming access only, 2 for outgoing access only, 3 for full access 2. Using 902x-Copy may save you time. 4.
By default, extensions 300-315 ring immediately day and night for lines 1-8. To change this assignment:
1. In 2132-[01-64]: Line Ringing, set the ringing option for each extension, The options are: - 0 for lamp only (no ringing) day and night, 1 for day and night ringing, 2 for night ringing only, 3 for delay
ringing day and night
2. Using 902x-Copy may save you time. 5. To change the default system passwords:
1. Turn to the System Programming Password Protection feature to learn more about system passwords. (1093067)
October 26, 2006, Rev 1 Printed in U.S.A.
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