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Xen IPK

Enhancement Guide to Migrating from Xen Axis/Master to Xen IPK R1000

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Preface & Disclaimer

GENERAL INFORMATION

THIS MANUAL

SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS

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The Xen IPK System is a feature-rich key system that provides over 200 features including Computer Telephony Integration, Least Cost Routing, Automatic Call Distribution, ISDN Trunks and many others.

The Xen IPK system meets customer needs today and as business expands the system can be expanded to grow as well.

The Xen IPK system has a set of manuals that provide all the information necessary to install and support the system. The manuals are described in this preface.

This manual provides specific detailed information and specifications for all features provided with the Xen IPK system for Australia.

Xen IPK General Description Manual

This Manual provides general information about the system, its features, system configuration and standards. This manual provides an overview of the Xen IPK System and can be used to present information to potential customers.

Xen IPK Features and Specifications Manual

This manual provides details related to every feature available in the Xen IPK system.

Xen IPK System Hardware Manual

The System Hardware Manual is provided for the system installer. This manual has detailed instructions for installing the Xen IPK system KSUs, ETUs, Multiline Terminals, and optional equipment.

Xen IPK System Programming Manual

This manual provides instructions for programming the Xen IPK system via a Multiline Terminal or PC.

Xen IPK Least Cost Routing Manual

This manual provides instructions to the service technician for programming the customer site for least cost routing.

Xen IPK Automatic Call Distribution Manual

This manual provides the service technician with instructions for programming the ACD. This manual can also be used by the ACD supervisor, at the customer site, to use to become familiar with the ACD/ MIS feature.

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The information in this technical manual is advisory in nature and is subject to change. NEC may make improvements and changes in the products described in this manual without notice. Changes will be periodically made to the information in the new editions.

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Preface & Disclaimer

Important Note About this Upgrade Procedure

This document provides all of the necessary information to upgrade your Xen Axis/Master system to Xen IPK Release 1000 software and to install the related hardware.

This document is not intended as replacement pages for your current manuals. However, it can be used to supplement those manuals.

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Chapter 1 Xen IPK R1000 Upgrade Procedure for Xen Axis/Master

Section 1

Migration from Xen Axis/Master..........................................................

1 - 1

Section 2

Direct Download from the Installed Xen System ................................

1 - 1

Section 5

Upgrade Procedure for PRT(1)-U( ) ETU .........................................

1 - 18

Chapter 2 Hardware Description and Specifications for Xen IPK

1.1B64-U23 KSU

 

1.1.1

Basic KSU...........................................................................................

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1.1.2

Expansion KSUs .................................................................................

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1.2

CPUI( )-U( ) ETU............................................................................................

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1.3

PKU 192-UA (Port Key Unit)...........................................................................

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Attendant Transfer A-15 .........................................................................................

 

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Call Arrival (CAR) Keys C-3 ...................................................................................

 

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Caller ID - Incoming C-6 .........................................................................................

 

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Dterm Series i Multiline Terminals D-19 .................................................................

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DTU-type Multiline Terminal Migration D-20 ..........................................................

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Electronic Volume Control E-2 ...............................................................................

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External Zone Paging (Meet-Me) E-6 .....................................................................

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Full Duplex Handsfree F-6 .....................................................................................

 

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ISDN-BRI Trunk Connections

I-7 ...........................................................................

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ISDN-PRI Trunk Connections

I-8 ...........................................................................

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Music on Hold M-7 .................................................................................................

 

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Station Transfer

S-19 .............................................................................................

 

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Universal Slots

U-3 .................................................................................................

 

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Chapter 4 Programming

11-2-04

Call Arrival Key Block Assignment.................................................................

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1-13-00

PRI Channel Assignment...............................................................................

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1-13-04

PRT B Channel Outgoing Priority Selection ..................................................

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1-13-05

PRT B Channel-to-Trunk Group Assignment.................................................

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Trunk-to-MOH Trunk Assignment ..................................................................

4 - 89

4 - 50

Multiline Terminal Type Selection ..................................................................

4 - 90

4 - 66

MOH or Ring Back Tone Selection ................................................................

4 - 92

4 - 68

LCD Line Key – Name Assignment ...............................................................

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Card Interface Slot Assignment .....................................................................

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Chapter 1

SE C T I O N 1

MIGRATION FROM XEN

AXIS/MASTER

SE C T I O N 2

DIRECT DOWNLOAD

FROM THE INSTALLED

XEN SYSTEM

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Use the following instructions to migrate from an existing Xen Axis/Master system to a Xen IPK R1000 system.

The Xen IPK Maintenance Administration Terminal (MAT) software must be used to perform this upgrade. The MIFM-U( ) ETU is required for PC Programming and must be installed.

Two methods to access the database from the existing system are explained below:

Direct download from the installed system

Import the Xen Axis/Master database saved using a previous version of the Xen Axis/Master MAT.

1.Verify that the battery is connected to CN4 on Xen Master CPUB( )- U( ) or Xen Axis MBD-U( ) Unit.

2.Confirm and record the following settings:

Answer Preset

Automated Attendant/DISA mode Automatic Trunk-to-Trunk Transfer mode

Automatic Trunk-to-Trunk Transfer Outgoing Trunk Background Music

Call Forward – All Calls, Busy, No Answer, Busy/No Answer, OffPremise/Split

Callback Messages Customized Message Display

Day/Night Mode (System and Tenant) Do Not Disturb

MIC Settings

Timed Alarm

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The following memories are empty after the upgrade: Last Number Redial Memory

Recorded messages in the VRS(4)-U( ) ETUs (messages must be recorded again)

Store & Repeat/Save & Repeat

3.Select IPK, enter the password, and click OK to open Xen IPK MAT.

4.From the Communications Menu, Select Connect to connect to the Xen Axis/Master system.

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5.From the Communications menu, select Download and click Start to download the database from the Xen Axis/Master system.

6.When the download is finished, select Save As from the File menu and enter a file name.

When the system is to be saved as Xen IPK Basic, confirm that Save As type is Xen IPK Basic (R1000) (*.rdf), and click Save.

When the system is to be saved as Xen IPK Expanded, confirm that Save As type is Xen IPK Expanded (R1000) (*.rdf) and click Save.

N Only the Xen Axis system can be saved as Xen IPK Basic.

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7.From the Communications menu, select Disconnect to disconnect from the Xen system.

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8.Assign any other required system data assignment changes and from the File menu, select Save if required.

9.Change hardware from the Xen Axis/Master system to the Xen IPK system.

Upgrade Type

Comments

 

 

Xen Axis to Xen IPK Basic Port

Replace the B48-U13 KSU hardware with the

Package

following:

 

B64-U23 KSU

 

CPUI( )-U( ) ETU (without PKU 192-UA)

 

ESI(8)-U( ) ETU in slot 1 *

 

Move all other hardware to new KSU.

 

 

Xen Axis to Xen IPK Expanded

Replace the B48-U13 KSU hardware with the

Port Package

following:

 

B64-U23 KSU

 

CPUI( )-U( ) ETU (with PKU 192-UA)

 

ESI(8)-U( ) ETU in slot 1 *

 

Move all other hardware to new KSU.

 

 

Xen Master to Xen IPK Basic

Not supported.

Port Package

 

 

 

Xen Master to Xen IPK

Replace the B64-U13 KSUs with the B64-U23

Expanded Port Package with

KSUs.

new Xen IPK KSUs

Replace the CPUB( )-U( ) ETU with the

 

 

CPUI( )-U( ) ETU with PKU 192-UA.

 

Move all other hardware to new KSUs.

 

 

Xen Master to Xen IPK

Replace the CPUB( )-U( ) ETU with the

Expanded Port Package without

CPUI( )-U( ) ETU with PKU 192-UA.

new Xen IPK KSUs (Retrofit)

Add Front Cover Extender [FCE-U( ) UNIT] to

 

 

each B64-U13 KSU/E64-U13 KSU.

 

 

* The ESI(8)-U( ) or ESIB(8)-U(

) ETU

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10.From the Communications menu, select Connect to connect the Xen IPK.

11.From the Communications menu, select Upload, and click Start.

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12.Click Hardware Upload.

13.When Upload is complete, click Close.

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14.From the Communications menu, Select Disconnect to disconnect from Xen IPK.

15.Reassign all settings recorded in Step 2, and confirm proper system operation.

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SE C T I O N 3

IMPORT SAVED XEN

DATABASE USING A

PREVIOUS VERSION OF

THE XEN AXIS/

MASTER MAT

1.Verify that the battery is connected to CN4 on Xen Master CPUB( )- U( ) or Xen Axis MBD-U( ) Unit.

2.Confirm and record the following settings:

Answer Preset

Automated Attendant/DISA mode Automatic Trunk-to-Trunk Transfer mode

Automatic Trunk-to-Trunk Transfer Outgoing Trunk Background Music

Call Forward – All Calls, Busy, No Answer, Busy/No Answer, OffPremise/Split

Callback Messages Customized Message Display

Day/Night Mode (System and Tenant) Do Not Disturb

MIC Settings

Timed Alarm

The following memories are empty after the upgrade: Last Number Redial Memory

Recorded messages in the VRS(4)-U( ) ETUs (messages must be recorded again)

Store & Repeat/Save & Repeat

3.Select IPK, enter the password, and click OK to open Xen IPK MAT.

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4.From the File menu, select Import Xen Axis/Master file to import a previously saved database.

5.Locate the directory where the Xen Axis/Master database is stored. Select file name and click Open to import the database.

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6.When the download is finished, select Save As from the File menu and enter a file name.

When the system is to be saved as Xen IPK Basic, confirm that Save as type is Xen IPK Basic (R1000) (*.rdf), and click Save.

When the system is to be saved as Elite IPK Expanded, confirm that Save as type is Xen IPK Expanded (R1000) (*.rdf) and click Save.

N Only the Xen Axis system can be saved as Xen IPK Basic.

7.Assign any other required system data assignment changes and from the File menu, select Save if required.

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8.Change hardware from the Xen Axis/Master system to the Xen IPK system.

Upgrade Type

Comments

Xen Axis to Xen IPK Basic Port

Replace the B48-U13 KSU hardware with the

Package

following:

 

B64-U23 KSU

 

CPUI( )-U( ) ETU (without PKU 192-UA)

 

ESI(8)-U( ) ETU in slot 1 *

 

Move all other hardware to new KSU.

 

 

Xen Axis to Xen IPK Expanded

Replace the B48-U13 KSU hardware with the

Port Package

following:

 

B64-U23 KSU

 

CPUI( )-U( ) ETU (with PKU 192-UA)

 

ESI(8)-U( ) ETU in slot 1 *

 

Move all other hardware to new KSU.

 

 

Xen Master to Xen IPK Basic

Not supported.

Port Package

 

 

 

Xen Master to Xen IPK

Replace the B64-U13 KSUs with the B64-U23

Expanded Port Package with

KSUs.

new IPK KSUs

Replace the CPUB( )-U( ) ETU with the

 

 

CPUI( )-U( ) ETU with PKU192-UA.

 

Move all other hardware to new KSUs.

 

 

Xen Master to Xen IPK

Replace the CPUB( )-U( ) ETU with the

Expanded Port Package without

CPUI( )-U( ) ETU with PKU 192-UA.

new Xen IPK KSUs (Retrofit)

Add Front Cover Extender [FCE-U( ) UNIT] to

 

 

each B64-U13 KSU/E64-U13 KSU.

 

 

*The ESI(8)-U( ) or ESIB(8)-U ETU.

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9.From the Communications menu, select Connect to connect to the Xen IPK.

10.From the Communications menu, select Upload, and click Start.

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11.Click Hardware Upload.

12.When Upload is finished, Click Close.

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13.From the Communications menu, select Disconnect to disconnect from the Xen IPK.

14.Reassign all settings recorded in Step 2 and confirm proper system operation.

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SE C T I O N 4

UPGRADE PROCEDURE

FOR MIFM-U( )

Upgrade Description

This ETU must be upgraded to firmware V5.00 or higher to be compatible with the Xen IPK (R1000) system to support Caller ID Indication – 50 Caller ID scroll buffers

N The Caller ID scroll buffers are erased when firmware is upgraded.

Installation Precautions

WARNING

Observe the following precautions when installing the ETUs to avoid damage to hardware due to static electricity or to being exposed to hazardous voltages.

The ETUs and units used in this system make extensive use of CMOS technology. CMOS technology is very susceptible to static; therefore, extreme care must be taken to avoid static discharge when handling ETUs and units.

When carrying a ETU or unit be sure to keep it in a conductive polyethylene bag to prevent damage due to static electricity.

When handling a ETU or unit the installer must wear a grounded wrist strap to protect the ETU or unit from static electricity.

Software Upgrade Procedure

Use the following procedure for software upgrade of the MIFM-U( ) ETU.

1.Remove the MIFM-U( ) ETU from the KSU.

2.Mount the EPROM labelled “MIFM Rev 5.XX” on MIFM-U( ) card (IC8). Refer to Figure 1-1: MIFM-U( ) ETU for a diagram of the card.

3.Set the switch SW1 to OFF (EPROM) and set the DIP SW2-1 and SW2-2 to ON. Refer to Figure 1-1: MIFM-U( ) ETU for a diagram of the card.

4.Install MIFM-U( ) ETU into same slot from Step 1 of the KSU. Notice that LED 1 is winking or flashing.

5.After LED 1 goes off, pull out the MIFM-U( ) card from the KSU.

6.Remove the EPROM and set switch SW1 to ON (FROM) and set DIP SW2-1 and SW2-2 to OFF.

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7. Install the MIFM-U( ) into the same slot from Step 1 of the KSU.

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Figure 1-1: MIFM-U( ) ETU

Software Verification for MIFM( )-U( ) ETU

To verify the current software version installed on the MIFM( )-U( ) ETU do the following:

1.Go off-line.

2.Press LK8 + LK1 to access the Memory Block.

3.Press Nto locate the MIFM( )-U( ) ETU.

4.Verify that the current software revision number is displayed.

5.Press Pto go back on line.

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SE C T I O N 5

UPGRADE PROCEDURE

FOR PRT(1)-U( ) ETU

Upgrade Description

The PRT(1)-U( ) ETU must be updated to firmware V2.12 or higher to be compatible with the Xen IPK (R1000) system for individual channel assignment and PRT B channel-to-trunk group assignment.

Installation Precautions

WARNING

Observe the following precautions when installing the ETUs to avoid damage to hardware due to static electricity or to being exposed to hazardous voltages.

The ETUs and units used in this system make extensive use of CMOS technology. CMOS technology is very susceptible to static; therefore, extreme care must be taken to avoid static discharge when handling ETUs and units.

When carrying a ETU or unit be sure to keep it in a conductive polyethylene bag to prevent damage due to static electricity.

When handling a ETU or unit the installer must wear a grounded wrist strap to protect the ETU or unit from static electricity.

PRT Software Chip Installation

1.Remove the PRT(1)-U( ) ETU from the system.

N This card can be removed with the system power on.

2.Remove the old chip located on IC2.

3.Install the new PRT chip on IC2.

N

Ensure that the notch on the chip lines up with the notch on

the socket.

 

This ETU must be updated to firmware V2.12 or higher to

 

be compatible with the Xen IPK for individual

 

Channel Assignment and PRT B Channel-to-Trunk Group

 

Assignment.

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4.Install the PRT(1)-U( ) ETU in the KSU.

Software Verification

To verify that the software revision was installed:

1.Go Off-Line.

2.Press LK8 + LK1.

3.Press Nto locate the PRT(1)-U( ) ETU.

4.Verify that the current software version number is displayed.

5.Press Pto go back On-line.

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ADDING AN EARTH

CONNECTION

The Xen IPK B64-U23 KSU must be properly and permanently grounded, due to it being an ESELV (Earthed Safety Extra Low Voltage) compliant product. The protective earth terminal located at the right rear corner of the B64-U23 KSU must have a permanent conneciton to protective earth.

1.Connect the gorunding cable (green/yellow wire) to the ground terminal on the right side of the Basic KSU. The grounding cable (locally provided) must hav an AWG greater than #16.

Figure 1-2: KSU Grounding

2.Provide a suitable ground inside of the building in accordance with local telephone company procedures.

3.If no suitable ground is available, a ground rod should be installed in accordance with the operating procedures of the local telephone company.

N

The protective Earth and Telecommunications Reference Conductor

(TRC) is permanently linked within the KSU, therefore, the Xen system

 

does not require the connectIon of an external TRC.

 

 

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Hardware Description and Specifications for Xen IPK Chapter 2

1.1B64-U23 KSU

1.1.1Basic KSU

The B64-U23 KSU provides service for outside lines, Attendant Consoles, and interconnection of the station terminals. The B64-U23 KSU has two fixed and eight flexible slots. The first fixed slot is reserved for the CPUI( )- U( ) ETU in the basic KSU or for the EXP-U( ) ETU in expansion KSUs. The second fixed slot is for the MIFA- U( ) ETU or MIFM-U( ) ETU.

The P64-U13 PSU (power supply unit), backup batteries, [one external MOH/BGM input, one external paging zone output] and three PFT relays are included with each KSU.

1.1.2Expansion KSUs

The B64-U23 KSU is also used as the expansion unit that can be attached to the basic KSU to provide additional ports. Two expansion units can be added to the Xen IPK system. Each expansion KSU provides eight flexible slots and accommodates 8-, 16-, 24-channel interface cards. The P64-U13 PSU (power supply unit), backup batteries, and three PFT relays are included with each KSU.

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The installation instructions provided in this chapter apply to the basic B64-U23 KSU and the expansion B64-U23 KSUs unless otherwise specified.

Figure 2-1: B64-U23 KSU

1.2 CPUI( )-U( ) ETU

Description

The CPUI( )-U( ) ETU is the Central Processing Unit for the Xen IPK system. This ETU has a Central Processing Unit and a Microprocessing Unit.

A 32-bit microprocessor executes the programs stored on the Flash ROM ICs of the MPU unit. This controls the entire system when data is transferred to and from other ETUs.

This ETU provides the following items:

Time Division Switch (TDSW)

Static Random Access Memory (SRAM)

32-bit Processor

4-channel DTMF Receiver (PBR)

Sixteen 4-party Conference Circuits

Internal (digital music) Music-on-Hold source

External Music-on-Hold input (also used for station background music)

Flash ROM

Call Progress and DTMF Tone Generator

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Memory Backup Battery (Retains memory for approximately 21 days)

Key Function (KF)/Multifunction (MF) Registration

Installation

Each system must have one CPUI( )-U( ) ETU in the CPU/EXP slot of the basic B64-U23 KSU. Refer to Figure 2-2: CPUI( )-U( ) ETU Switch Settings.

WARNING

If the CPUI( )-U( ) ETU is installed in slots S1~S8, it will be damaged!

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Switch Settings

Refer to Table 1-1: CPUI( )-U( ) ETU Default Switch Settings.

Table 1-1: CPUI( )-U( ) ETU Default Switch Settings

SW1-1

SW1-2

Description

 

 

 

Off

Off

Normal Operation

 

 

 

On

Off

Flash ROM load from COM1 port

 

 

 

Off

On

Factory Test

 

 

 

On

On

Flash ROM load from EPROM

 

 

 

SW1-3

Description

 

 

Off

MF Mode

 

 

On

KF Mode

 

 

 

 

SW2

Description

 

 

Momentary

System Reset

Switch

 

 

 

 

 

SW3-1

Description

 

 

On

System boot by EPROM

 

 

Off

System boot by Flash ROM

 

 

 

 

SW3-2

Description

 

 

N/A

Not Used

 

 

WARNING

Pressing SW2 interrupts all service and causes a second initialization. Use this switch only as a last resort.

Connectors

Before programming System Data, the battery must be connected to CN4 to allow memory retention if a power failure or brownout occurs. When a brownout or power failure does occur, and the battery backup circuit is not activated, System Data resets to the default values, all stations in the system reset to the default values, and all data programmed on individual stations is cleared.

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When a CPUI( )-U( ) ETU is installed in the system, the clock/ calendar must be set. This also applies when battery backup fails for any reason.

When CPUI( )-U( ) ETU is removed for long term storage, disconnect the battery from CN4. This prevents the battery from discharging completely. The fully charged battery retains memory for approximately 21 days.

The CPUI( )-U( ) ETU has the following connectors:

CN1

Connects to the backboard

 

 

CN2

Connects to the ISA-bus

 

 

CN3

Connects to CN2 on the EXP-U( ) ETU using the

 

 

expansion cable

 

 

CN4

Connects to the memory backup battery using the

 

 

battery cable (factory installed)

 

 

CN5

Connects to CN1 of the CLKG-U( ) Unit

 

CN6

Connects to CN2 of the CLKG-U( ) Unit

 

LED Indications

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LED

Description

On

 

Flashing

Off

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LIVE

 

CPU status

Operation stopped

 

Normal

No Power

 

 

 

(Power On)

 

Operation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LED2

Power status

System Power On

 

Not Used

System

 

 

 

 

 

 

Power Off

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Replacing Memory Backup

The CPUI( )-U( ) ETU provides memory backup for approximately 21 days. The Ni-Cad battery should be replaced about every two years.

1.Remove the battery cable from CPUI( )-U( ) ETU CN4. Refer to Figure 2-2: CPUI( )-U( ) ETU Switch Settings.

2.Connect the cable from the new battery to CN4 on the CPUI( )-U( ) ETU.

3.Turn off the KSU power.

4.Remove the CPUI( )-U( ) ETU from the slot in the KSU.

5.Use a suitable cutting tool to cut the tie wrap and remove the old battery.

6.Fasten the new battery with a tie wrap.

7.Install the CPUI( )-U( ) ETU again.

8.Turn on the KSU power.

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