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EXES-6000 CP-63

For

INTERCOM SYSTEM

TOA EXES-6OOO INTERCOM SYSTEM

Central Processing Unit for Tie-line System

CP-63

INSTALLATION HAND BOOK

TOA ELECTRICCO.,LTD.

KOBE, JAPAN

133-21-081-1

CONTENTS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Page

 

INTRODUCTION TO THE INSTALLATION MANUAL FOR EXES-6000

 

2

 

FUNCTIONS WHICH REQUIRE ADDITIONAL UNITS

 

 

3

 

TIE-LINE CONNECTION OF THE EXCHANGES

 

 

 

5

 

WIRING FOR TIE-LINE CONNECTION OF THE

EXCHANGES

 

8

 

 

 

PART 1. OPERATING

OF CP UNIT AND

NO. 200 PROGRAMMING

 

1.

Precautions for Installation of CP-63

 

 

 

 

11

2.

Initial CP 63 set up

 

 

 

 

 

12

3.

Trouble Shooting

 

 

 

 

 

13

4.

CP-63 DIP Switches for Function Selection

 

 

 

 

16

5.

Dip Switch Selection and Station No. 200 Programming for Each

Function

 

17

6.

Function Code Table for Station No. 200 Programming

 

 

18

7.

Station No. 200 Programming for Each Function

 

 

 

21

[Function Group A]

 

 

 

 

FUNCTION

CODE

 

7-1

Executive Priority (Highest Priority)

 

 

 

50

21

 

7-2

Continuous Calling Tone

 

 

 

51

22

 

7-3

Stations Allowed Access to All Call

 

 

 

52

23

 

7-4

Stations Allowed Access to Conference

 

 

53

24

 

7-5

Automatic Access to Paging

 

 

 

54

25

 

7-6

Stations Allowed Access to One-shot Make Output

 

56

27

 

7-7

Stations Allowed Access to Make/Break Output

 

57

28

 

7-8

Stations Allowed Access to 8 Selectable or Decimal Output

58

29

 

7-9

Stations Allowed Access to 4 Decimal Digits Output

 

59

30

[Function Group B]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7-10

Secretary Transfer

 

 

 

60

31

 

7-11

Master/Sub Relationship

 

 

 

61

32

 

7-12

Group Hunting

 

 

 

62

33

[Function Group C]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7-13

Paging Zone

 

 

 

 

70

34

 

7-14

Group Blocking 1: Establishment of each Group

 

71

35

 

7-15

Calling Party Indication (Lamp Type)

 

 

72

36

[Function Group D]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7-16

Group Blocking 2: Allowing Calls among Groups

 

81

37

 

7-17

Group Blocking 3: Allowing Group Access to Paging

 

82

38

[Function Group E]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7-18

Programmable Station Numbering

 

 

 

90

39

8.

Programming Data Table

 

 

 

 

41

 

Initial Programming

 

 

 

 

41

 

Function Table for the System

 

 

 

 

42

 

Function Table for Stations (1)

 

 

 

 

43

 

Function Table for Stations (2)

 

 

 

 

44

 

Function Table for Stations (3)

 

 

 

 

45

 

Paging Zone Table

 

 

 

 

46

 

Station Numbers Table for Calling Party

Indication (Lamp Type)

 

46

 

Tables for Group Blocking (3 Tables)

 

 

 

 

46

 

 

PART 2. FUNCTION SELECTION

FOR DATA TRANSMITTING AND

RECEIVING

UNITS

9. Setting of Channel Select Switch of Transmitting Unit (DT-E11)

 

 

 

 

and Word Select Switch of Receiving Unit (DR-B61)

 

 

 

49

10.

DIP Switch Table for Data Transmitting and Receiving Units

 

 

50

11.

System Diagram of Data Transmitting and Receiving Units

 

 

51

12.

Explanation of Data Transmitting Unit Output Channels

 

 

52

13.

Explanation of Data

Receiving Unit Output Data

 

 

 

53

 

13-1

CH-0

IN-OUT Annunciation (500 Contacts)

 

 

 

53

 

13-2

CH-1

(1)

One-Shot Make Output (50 Contacts)

 

 

54

 

 

 

(2)

Make/Break Output (100 Contacts)

 

 

54

 

 

 

(3)

8-Selectable Make Output (9 Units)

 

 

54

 

 

 

(4)

Decimal Output (9 Units)

 

 

 

54

 

 

 

(5)

4 Decimal Digits Output (9 Units)

 

 

54

 

 

 

(6)

Pager Control Output (64 Contacts)

 

 

54

 

13-3

CH-2

Calling Party Indication (Lamp Type)

(1)

 

 

55

 

13-4

CH-3

Calling Party Indication (Lamp Type)

(2)

 

 

56

Appendix. Instructions for building the CP-63 in the EXES-5000

 

 

57

— 1 —

INTRODUCTION TO THE INSTALLATION MANUAL FOR EXES-6000

This manual forms part of the Installation Manual for TOA INTERCOM SYSTEM EXES-6000.

You may add the CP-63 to your TOA INTERCOM SYSTEM EXES6000, according to your specific needs, to obtain various other functions. Correct operation of these additional functions is not performed by simply connecting the additional equipments/devices. Provision of such additional function requires the following:

(1)Connection of the additional equipment, as required.

(2)Selection of functions which satisfy your needs and setting up these functions in the respective equipment.

For (1) Connections of Equipment, etc., refer to "

Installation

Handbook of Model EX-610/620 EXCHANGE" or

Operation

Manual of Data Transmitting and Receiving Units", etc.

 

This "Installation Handbook of CP-63" deals principally with (2) Selection of functions and setting up of respective equipment.

This Handbook also explains the connection method for the EXES6000 Tie-line System using the CP-63 and the TI-62 units.

There are certain minimum installation requirements to be met even through you may not need many additional functions or additonal equipment, it is still necessary to read "2. Initial CP-63 Set Up (Page 12)". When you may use only some of the additional functions or equipments, it is not necessary to read instructions on unrequired functions. Make sure, however, that careful study of the necessary parts of this booklet should be done before proceeding further.

INSTALLATION HAND BOOK OF EXES-6000

EXES-6000

EX-610/620 INSTALLATION HAND BOOK OF EXCHANGE 133-21-100-9

EXES-6000 CP-63 INSTALLATION HAND BOOK 133-21-081-1 (This Hand Book)

EXES-6000 CP-63 INITIAL CHECKING SHEET FOR THE SYSTEM 133-21-085-5

Manuals Necessary for Installation of Exchange

DATA TRANSMITTING AND RECEIVING UNIT "DT-E11 OPERATION MANUAL" 133-05-094-1A "DR-B61 OPERATION MANUAL" 133-05-095-0

REQUIRED INSTALLATION HAND BOOK

SYSTEMS OF

EXES-6000

Normal Conversation

and Paging System

Normal Conversation and Paging System with Display and Control Functions

Tie-line System with Normal Conversation and Paging Functions

Tie-line System with Normal Conversation, Paging, Display

and Control Functions

EX-610/620

CP-62

CP-62

CP-63

CP-63

DATA TRANSMITTING

INSTALLATION

INSTALLATION

INITIAL

INSTALLATION

INITIAL

AND RECEIVING UNIT

HAND BOOK

HAND BOOK

CHECKING

HAND BOOK

CHECKING

OPERATION MANUAL

OF EXCHANGE

 

SHEET

 

SHEET

 

— 2 —

FUNCTIONS WHICH REQUIRE ADDITIONAL UNITS

Those functions of the CP-63 which require either the addition of specific units or processing in existing units are as mentioned below. Before installation and adjustment of equipment, make sure to check your system.

(For Data Transmitting and Receiving units, refer to Part 2. "Function Selection for Data Transmitting and Receiving units" Page 49.)

Function

Additional Equipment

Unit Model

Required

Number

 

TalkBack from

Talk-Back Unit

TK-12

paging speaker

 

 

Conference

Conference Unit

CL-62

Remarks

Not yet available for sale.

Build this unit in all exchanges connected by tie-line. It is not possible to originate a conference from a station connected to the exchange without the CL unit but possible to participate in the conference from that station.

External PA Paging

Paging Interface Unit

PI-62

Station Paging

Paging Interface Unit

PI-62

 

Data Transmitting Unit

DT-E11

Indication and

 

 

Control

 

 

 

Data Receiving Unit

DR-B61

Tie-line System

Tie-line Interface Unit

TI-62

External PA Equipment is required.

1.Wiring of "Station Paging Assignment" located at the back of the frame of the Exchange.

2.Cutting of LM-62 jumper wire to split station paging system.

The number that can be mounted on the cabinet-mount type exchange is one (1). Use the connection cable YR-806.

When more than 2 pieces are mounted, we suggest you use rack-mount type exchange. For connection between the exchange and the DT-E11, use the YR-802, and the YR-803 for extension of the DT-E11 .

Such devices as indicator, control unit etc. can be made by using this unit and 24V DC power supply.

Insert this unit into a slot intended for the PI unit No. 2 (Zone No. 8-15).

— 3 —

Example of Exchange Mounted on Intercom Cabinet Rack

(For Tie-line System Including All-Call Paging and 7 Individual Zone Paging unit and one Data Transmitting unit)

Exchange EX-620 (for 128 stations)

Exchange EX-610 (for 64 stations)

Central Processing Unit CP-63

Output Control Unit OC-62

Highway Control Unit HC-62

Signal Generating and Distributing Unit SG-62

Conference Link Unit CL-62 (In this location, DL-62 is also mountable.)

Duplex Link Unit DL-62

Line Modem Unit LM-62

Paging Interface Unit PI-62 (In this location, LM-62 is also mountable.) (Zone 0-7 with All-Call Paging)

Tie-line Interface Unit TI-62

Perforated Panel PF-022G *

Data Transmitting Unit DT-E11 (In the standard system, Perforated Panel PF-012G should come in this position.)*

Junction Cable YR-806 (Cable length: 1000mm) (YR-802 (Cable length: 400mm) is not available.)

Note.*

The Exchange Cabinet Rack CR-610 or CR-620 includes Perforated Panels PF-012G and PF-022G.

Power Supply Unit DS-620

Power Switch

AC Fuse

DC Fuse

Battery Fuse

Exchange Cabinet Rack CR-620

Exchange Frame FR-620

Power Supply Unit DS-610

Power Indication Lamp

Battery Power Indication Lamp

Buzzer Stop Switch

Exchange Cabinet Rack CR-610

Exchange Frame FR-610

— 4 —

TIE-LINE CONNECTION OF THE EXCHANGES

1. Function of the Central Processing Unit CP-63

To make communications between exchanges possible in the EXES6000 system, the CP-63 and the Tie-line Interface Unit TI-62 are required in addition to the exchange EX-610 or the EX-620.

The TI-62 is the interface unit for transmitting and receiving audio signals and dial data signals between the exchanges.

After receiving dial signals from the station, the CP-63 transmits the dial data signals to the TI-62 and instructs it to make calls to the other exchange. The CP-63 also receives the dial data signals from the other exchange through the TI-62 and calls the station which is instructed to call by the other exchange.

Overall functions of the system using the Tie-line function are determined by programming made in the CP-63.

Exchange "A"

Exchange "B"

 

Dial

 

data

Audio

Signal

Call

Station

Station

2. Number of stations, paging zones and links

 

 

 

Maximum

 

 

 

 

Maximum number of stations

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

number

 

 

 

Maximum

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

of links

 

 

Number

 

 

 

 

Composition

 

 

Maximum

number

 

 

 

 

 

within

 

number of links

of

without

With Paging

 

 

of

 

of exchange (s)

own exchange

between tielined

exchange

 

Paging

(All call+7 zones)

paging

 

 

 

 

 

exchanges

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

zones

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EX-610

EX-620

 

 

 

 

EX-610

EX-620

EX-610

EX-620

Without tie-lines

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

12

16

 

1

All

call

56

120

48

112

 

Single

 

 

+7zones

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Exchange

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(EX-1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2 exchanges

 

 

 

 

1

All call

56

120

48

112

 

 

 

 

 

 

+7zones

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Exchange 8links

Exchange

12

16

8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*1

*1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"A"

 

"B"

 

 

All

call

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

112

240

96

224

 

 

 

 

 

 

+14zones

(EX-2A)

 

(EX-2B)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3 exchanges

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(EX-3A)

 

 

 

1

All

call

56

120

48

112

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Exchange

 

 

 

 

+7zones

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"A"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4 links

 

4 links

12

16

4 between each

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*1

*1

tielined link

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Exchange

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Exchange

 

 

 

 

 

All

call

 

 

 

 

"C"

4 links

"B"

 

 

 

3

168

360

144

336

 

 

 

 

 

+21zones

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(EX-3C)

 

(EX-3B)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*1 The links within own exchange as well as the tie-line links are used in each tie-line communication.

*2 All call paging is provided to all the paging zones of all the exchanges connected by tie-line.

— 5 —

B. Without personal number

3.Numbering schedule for stations and paging zones

A.With personal number (Standard)

Numbering for stations

Type of exchange

Single Exchange (EX-1)

Exchange "A" (EX-2A/3A)

Exchange "B" (EX-2B/3B)

Exchange "C" (EX-3C)

Model

With

7 zones

Without Paging

per

paging

 

exchange

 

 

EX-610

EX-620

EX-610

EX-620

EX-610

EX-620

Numbering for

paging zones

Paging zone per exchange

All call

Zone

Numbering for stations

Type of

Model

 

exchange

With

Without paging

paging

 

 

 

 

Single Exchange (EX-1)

EX-610

 

Exchange

"A"

(EX-2A/3A)

EX-620

 

 

 

 

 

Exchange

"B"

(EX-2B/3B)

EX-610

 

EX-620

 

 

 

 

 

Exchange

"C"

(EX-3C)

EX-610

 

EX-620

 

 

 

 

 

Zone No. 16 through 22 and No. 31

through 37 are employed for Paging

 

Numbering Schedule

of 45 zones with

3 exchanges established in the system

 

using the exchanges EX-610 and/or EX-620 and EX-630 (256 stations) connected by tie-line.

 

Numbering for paging zones

7 zones

Paging zone per exchange

per

All call

Zone

exchange

4.Reduction of the number of stations and paging zones which results from the use of the Tie-line Interface Unit TI-62.

<EX-610 >

 

 

<EX-620>

LM

Station No.

 

LM

1

200-207

 

1

2

208-215

 

2

3

216-223

 

3

4

224-231

 

4

5

232-239

 

5

6

240-247

 

6

7

248-255

 

7

8

256-263

PI

8

1.Mounting one (1) piece of the TI-62 decreases the number of the LM-62 (the 7th or the 15th LM-62) by one (1).

2.Unless the PI-62 is used, the system can have up to 8 more stations by placing the LM-62 in the 8th or the 16th position.

Station No.

LM

Station No.

Note.

 

 

 

200-207

9

264-271

LM: Line Modem Unit

 

 

 

208-215

10

272-279

PI

: Paging Interface Unit

216-223

11

280-287

Tl

: Tie-line Interface Unit

 

 

224-231

12

288-295

 

 

232-239

13

296-303

 

 

240-247

14

304-311

 

 

248-255

15

312-319

 

 

256-263

16

320-327

 

PI

5. Block diagram for tielined exchanges.

<EX-610 Tie-line>

<EX-620 Tie-line>

Exchange "A" (EX-2A/3A)

Exchange "B"

(EX-2B/3B)

Exchange "C"

(EX-3C)

— 6—

6. The relationship between the PI unit and the LM unit

<The case where the tie-line system consisting of 2 or 3 exchanges has an exchange without the PI unit>

The case where it is necessary to make the paging call from the exchange without the PI unit to the other exchange (s).

Set "Paging" DIP switch (SW-B-4) to ON.

You may not substitute the LM unit (LM8 or LM16) for the PI unit.

EX-610: Max. 48 stations, EX-620: Max. 112 stations

The case where the paging call is unnecessary from the exchange without the PI unit to the other exchange (s).

Set "Paging" DIP switch (SW-B-4) to OFF.

You may substitute the LM unit (LM8 or LM16) for the PI unit.

EX-610: Max. 56 stations, EX-620: Max. 120 stations

Exchange "A"

Exchange "B"

paging call is possible

Exchange "A" Exchange "B"

paging call is impossible

— 7 —

or to
(link No. 4, 5,

WIRING FOR TIE-LINE CONNECTION OF THE EXCHANGES

Each exchange can be connected by means of a cable with a diameter of 0.65mm (25.6 mils.) for a distance of up to 2km (5600 ft).

Regarding the tieline links which are not used, turn off the DIP switch of each unused tieline link inside the Tie-line Unit TI-62.

Connect "T" line (2 wires) of the 4 wires of each link to "R" line (2 wires) of the other exchange. The 2 wires of the "T" line and "R" line have no polarity.

If the BX-610/620 is used, its terminals No. 1 and 2 are for the "R" line and No. 3 and 4 are for the "T" line.

Exchange "A" Exchange "B"

1. Wiring for tie-line connection of 2 exchanges

Exchange "A"

Exchange "B"

EX-2A

EX-2B

Note 1. Any combination of tie-line links between exchanges "A" and "B" is possible. But, in consideration of possible increase in the number of exchanges to be connected from 2 to 3 in the future, we suggest you connect (link No. 0, 1, 2, 3) of exchange "A" to

6, 7) of exchange "B".

2. Wiring for tie-line connection of 3 exchanges

Exchange "A"

EX-3A

Exchange "C"

EX-3C

Note 2. Be sure to connect

Connection of

to

Exchange "B"

EX-3B

(link No. 0, 1, 2,3) to (link No. 4, 5, 6, 7) between the exchanges. will lead to failure of proper operation of the system.

3. DIP Switch selection

DIP Switch

1.Switching arrangements of DIP switches (E-1, E-2, E-3) in the CP-63 make each exchange to be of "EX-1" or "EX-2A" or "EX-2B" or "EX-3A" or "EX-3B" or "EX3C" type.

2.In the event of the tieline link not to be

used, turn off its corresponding DIP switch

TI-62 P.C.B.

 

on the TI-62 unit.

 

 

LINK No.

— 8 —

4. The Example of connection of EX-620 exchange

YR-801 must be connected to J15 for EX-620 exchange (for 128 stations), or to J7 for EX-610 exchange (for 64 station)

EX-620

 

BX-620

EX-610

BX-610

J15

 

T1

J7

T1

"Exchange A"

 

 

 

EX-620

 

 

 

Terminal board

 

 

Terminal board

BX-620

 

 

BX-620

"Exchange B"

EX-620

YR-810

YR-810

for stations

for stations

YR-801

YR-801

for Tie-line

for Tie-line

 

The cables between the exchanges

 

(4 wires x 8 links)

"Exchange A"

"Exchange B"

BX-620 T1

BX-620 T1

— 9 —

5. The Example of connection of EX-620 exchange

"Exchange A"

EX-620

YR-810

for stations

YR-810 must be connected to J15 for EX-620 exchange (for 128 stations), or to J7 for EX-610 exchange (for 64 station)

"Exchange

B"

EX-620

 

Terminal board

Terminal Board

BX-620

BX-620

YR-810

for stations

YR-801 for Tie-line

YR-801 for Tie-line

The cables between the exchanges (4 wires × 4 links)

Terminal board

BX-620

YR-810

for stations

YR-801 for Tie-line

The cables between the exchanges (4 wires x 4 links)

 

The cables between the exchanges (4 wires x 4 links)

 

"Exchange A"

"Exchange B"

"Exchange C"

BX-620 T1

BX-620 T1

BX-620 T1

"Exchange C"

EX-620

— 10 —

No. 470 (400)
No. 740 (700)
No. 200 (100)

PART 1. OPERATING OF CP UNIT AND NO. 200 PROGRAMMING 1. PRECAUTIONS FOR INSTALLATION OF CP-63

Please read following instructions carefully to ensure proper operation of the CP-63

1.Be careful about damage by static electricity as the CP-63 incorporates CMOS IC's. Do not touch components and connectors.

2.Turn off the AC power switch when you take out or insert the CP-63 unit, or any other unit.

3.Always insert the CP-63 unit into the "CP" slot. Otherwise, there is a danger that the unit will be damaged.

4.Make sure mini-jumper for battery back-up is always placed in ON position each time it is used.

5.Incorrect setting of function select switches may lead to incorrect performance.

6.Even if you do not need programming functions, be sure to carry out initial programming and registration at station No.200 when you install the new unit. Otherwise, some other functions may not work properly.

7.The Ni-Cd battery GB50-3FA1 is capable of saving important memory registration data even at times of power failure.

To keep the battery fully charged, do not cut the power off for long hours during the first 8 days after new installation. The CP-63 unit is capable of maintaining the programmed data for the period of 4 weeks after fully charged even in the event of long hours of power failure.

(About 4 weeks (25°C), About 8 days (40°C)

8.We suggest you replace the soldered button battery GB50-3FA1 (115-42-031-9) with the new one according to the following list that shows an expected life span of the battery.

Be sure to make the station No.200 programming after replacement of the battery.

Expected Life Span of small Ni-Cd Battery

 

Ambient temperature

Ambient temperature

Life span

of exchange

of battery

 

0°C

10°C

About 5 years

25° C

35° C

About 4 years

40° C

50° C

About 2 years

9.When shipping the CP-63 unit independently, place the minijumper for battery back-up in "OFF" position. Cover the CP back with cardboard, wrap connector section in aluminium foil and put it in a conductive bag.

FUNCTION SELECT SWITCHES

SW-E

(1 ~ 6)

 

SW-D (1 ~ 6)

These switches select functions.

SW-C

(1 ~ 6)

 

SW-B

(1 ~ 6)

 

SW-A (1 ~ 5)

Link Selection and

 

 

Time Interval Adjustment

for Paging Amplifier Power Remote.

PROGRAM SWITCH for #200 Programming

Set this to "ON" position only at time of initial programming of the exchange and registration of functions. In this case, station No.200 is "programming station" but becomes a normal station when switch is placed in "OFF" position.

Note:

In the event of the tie-line system, programming has to be set up in every exchange.

The first station of each exchange becomes the Programming station: Exchange "A"

Exchange "B"

Exchange "C"

MINI-JUMPER for battery back-up (JP1)

Ni-Cd BATTERY GB50-3FA1 (3.6V 50mAh)

FIXED MINI-JUMPER (JP2)

Note: Do not remove

— 11 —

1. Connect Data Transmitting Unit (DT-
E11) and Data Receiving Unit (DR-
B61).
2. Set channel select switches (CHANNEL SELECT) of DT-E11.
3. Set word select switches (WORD SELECT) of DR-B61.
Note:
*1; The first station of each exchange becomes the programming station:
Exchange "A" ... No. 200 (100)
Exchange "B" ... No. 470 (400)
Exchange "C" ... No. 740 (700) *2; lf there is any error in CMOS memory, you hear calling tone
instead of confirmation tone.

2. INITIAL CP-63 SET UP

In the event of the tie-line system, programming has to be set up in every exchange.

Make sure that you have turned off the AC power switch.

Connect the exchange, terminal boards and stations.

Are Data Transmitting and Receiving Units used?

Remove CP-63 from the exchange.

Set mini-Jumper (JP1) for battery from OFF to ON position.

Set function selection switches (SW-A ~ SW-E) for required functions.

Insert the CP-63 into the exchange.

Put all 4 "Link select" switches of the HC unit upward. (Link No. 15}

 

Switch on the exchange.

Look at indication of LINE ADDRESS of HC (14 LEDs) and SIGNAL

CODE indication (4 LEDs)

 

 

ALL LED lamps are out

Memory is normal

 

SIGNAL CODE indication

Some errors in memory

 

Lighted lamps of LINE ADDRESS

 

LEDs indicate erroneous MEMORY

 

ICs. See Section 3 (Page 13)

Place program switch on front panel of the CP in "ON" position.

Dial operation from station No. 200.

*1

Initial programming of the exchange

 

Dial the Following:

 

Dial tone will be heard

(Station No. 200 (100) becomes a programming station)

Confirmation tone will be heard. *2 (Clears function group S)

Confirmation tone will be heard. *2 (Clears function group A)

Confirmation tone will be heard. *2 (Clears function group B)

Confirmation tone will be heard *2 (Clears function group C)

Confirmation tone will be heard. *2 (Clears function group D)

Confirmation tone will be heard. *2 (Clears function group E)

Confirmation tone will be heard. *2 (Clears personal numbers, single digit dial numbers and remote numbers)

Program necessary functions (Refer to separate instructions for each function) *2

Place program switch on front panel of the CP in "OFF" position.

Dial operation from station No. 200.

*1

(Station No. 200 becomes a normal station.)

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3. TROUBLE SHOOTING

3-1 Check of ROM & NMOS-RAM - No calls on the system.

1.Put the 4 "LINK SELECT" switches of the HC upward (Link No. 15 SELECT) and switch on the AC power of the exchange.

2.If there is no error, the indication lamps will not light.

3.In the event of a memory error, the lamps may light as shown in the example of Fig. 1.

4.The error indications will remain on until you use Link No. 15 for communications.

3-2 Confirming of the CP normal working

If the CP, OC and HC are working normally, the HC's indication lamps of LINE BUSY, LINE ADDRESS and SIGNAL CODE go out.

When any of the lamps lies alight, it is possible that any of the CP, OC or HC is faulty.

Check first that the CLOCK lamp of the HC is lighting, then confirm that the CP is working normally by hearing the clicking sound of the PI unit's relay which is produced when the relay is activated through dial operation of the paging.

If the CP is found working normally, chances are that the HC is faulty, followed by the OC.

3-3 Check of CMOS-RAM (Programmed data memory)

You hear calling tone instead of confirmation tone, if there is CMOS memory error at the time of initial programming and registration using station No. 200, or at the time of registration to Single Digit Number or Personal Number or Remote Number.

3-4 Dial receiving test

1.Instead of the PI-62 unit, use the PIU-52A (a unit used in the EXES-5000 System) to check the dial receiving section of the CP also to check if the signal is correctly transmitted as dialed from the station to be tested.

2.If you place all "LINK SELECT" switches (1 ~ 4) of SW-A on the CP-63 in "OFF" position, conversation is impossible but the dial code from each station is indicated on the LED's of the PIU as dialed. Use this to find the cause of any fault of receiving dial information.

Error ROM • RAM Chip No.

Example

No. 1 and No. 2 out of 4 pcs ROMs (2732) have "read" error.

No. 0 and No. 1 out of 4 sets of N-MOS RAMs (2114) have "read" error.

(One set of RAMs consist of 2 ICs)

Indicate memory error.

LINK SELECT Switchesset

to select No. 15

Fig.1

3.With use of the PI-62 unit fitted with no LED, you can also check that the CP receives the dial signal by hearing the click sound of the relay produced when it is activated.

Example of

Hands-free/HandsetStation

(HF-600M/S)

Fig. 2 DIP switches (SW-A of the CP)

Example of Handset Station (TL-600M/S)

Fig. 3 Dial code indication

3-5 The order of link usage.

After power is on, links are used in numerical order for each communication.

Remember this to help you when problems are found with specific links.

Remarks:

1.Be sure to avoid mistake at the time of DIP switch installation and No. 200 Programming since such mistake may lead to trouble later.

2.Be sure to make "No. 200 Programming" after "Programming Data Table" (attached to this manual) is filled out. Keep the finished "Programming Data Table" (Initial Checking Sheet for the System 133-21-085-5) as a part of complete drawings for each installation.

PI-62 unit

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3-6 The order of Tie-line link usage

The Tie-line Link Number which is used in calls between exchanges is not directly indicated, but you can possibly get it from the link number which is indicated on the HC-62.

When one Tie-line Link brings up some problems which cause the system not to work properly, try to find which link number is causing the problems from the indication on the HC-62 of the exchange making the call.

As Fig. 1 and Fig. 2 show, in the exchanges which make calls, the DL Link Number corresponds with Tl Tie-line Link Number.

In the exchange which is called, the Tie-line Link Number of the Tl Unit is fixed by connection between exchanges.

DL Links are used in numerical order.

1. Tie-line for 2 exchanges

Exchange which calls

Exchange which is called

Station which is called

Station which calls

Connection Cable

between exchanges

Fig. 1

2. Tie-line for 3 exchanges

Exchange which is called

 

Exchange which calls

No.47O

Station which is called

Station which calls

Fig. 2

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Reference for Connection Link Number between DL and Tl Link

 

Exchange which calls

 

Exchange which is called

 

Tl Tie-line Link Number

 

 

DL

2 Tie-lines

3 Tie-lines

Tl Tie-line

Tie-line

Link No

Link Number

Link

 

 

Fixed by Connection

After power switch

is on, Links are

Cable between

used in numerical

Exchanges

order

Note.

If the Tl Tie-line Link which corresponds with the DL Link No. is already busy, then, the next Tie-line Link is automatically used.

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4. CP-63 DIP SWITCHES FOR FUNCTION SELECTION

SW-A

SW-B

SW-C

SW-D

SW-E

Functions

Link Selection; Link No. 0 ~ 3

Link Selection; Link No. 4 ~ 7

Link Selection; Link No. 8 ~ 1 1

Link Selection; Link No. 12 ~ 15

Time Interval Adjustment before Paging

Pre-announcement tone

Conference

Call Transfer, Paging during Normal Call Exective Priority (High priority)

Paging

Secretary Transfer, Group Hunting

System Size Selection

Selectable Numbering Schedules

100-400-700/200-470

-740

Selectable Dial Operation for Paging Response

Not

used

 

Not

used

 

Selectable Total Paging Zone Capacity 45/21

Not used

Stations Allowed Access to All Call, Conference and General Purpose Control

Not used

Not used

Group Blocking

Programmable Station Numbering

Pager

Switch OFF

Not Activate

Not Activate

Not Activate

Not Activate

None

Not Activate

Not Activate

Not Activate

Not Activate

Not Activate

EX-610

No.200 (20)~

(OFF)

(OFF)

21 Zones

(OFF)

Not Activate (OFF)

(OFF)

Not Activate

Not Activate

Not Activate

Switch ON

Activate

Activate

Activate

Activate

1 sec

Activate

Activate

Activate

Activate

Activate

EX-620

No. 100 (10)~

——

——

45 Zones

——

Activate

——

——

Activate

Activate

Activate

1 x Exchange

2 x Exchange

 

3 x Exchange

 

EX-1

EX-2A

EX-2B

EX-3A

EX-3B

EX-3C

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

ON

Memory of Calling Party Indication (Lamp type)

Without memory

With memory

Tone of called Mode at Privacy Sw.ON

Privacy

Continuous calling

Continuous Calling Tone (No. 200 Programming)

Not Activate

Activate

Functions

Switch OFF

Switch ON

Note: *1 Be sure to place the SW-B-4 (Paging) switch in the ON position when Paging and its allied functions are used.

*2 "45 zones" made possible with 3 exchanges are used when EX-610/620 is connected to

EX-630 (not yet available for sale) A: Zone 01 ~ 07, B: Zone 16 ~ 22, C: Zone 31 ~ 37

*3 When set to the "Active" position, the lamp continues to light to indicate all the stations that

have called while the called party has been in the "Privacy" or "Busy" mode.

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5. DIP SWITCH SELECTION AND STATION NO. 200 PROGRAMMING FOR EACH FUNCTION

No. 200 Programming should be proceeded in the following manner.

1.Write down the required data in "8. Programming Data Table (Page 42 ~ 47)".

2.Carry out the registration according to "6. Function Code Table for Station No. 200 Programming (Page 18 ~ 20)" and "7. Station No. 200 Programming for Each Function (Page 21 ~ 40)".

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Registration or

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Function

Operation at

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Each

Station

No.

Single

Digit

Dialing

 

 

Single

Digit

Registration

-

Automatic

 

Access

to

Paging

Single

Digit

Registration

-

Master/Sub

 

Relationship

 

 

-

-

Privacy

 

 

 

 

 

 

Privacy SW

ON

SW-E-5

Continuous

Calling

Tone

Privacy

SW

ON

SW-E-5

at Privacy

Mode

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Continuous

Calling

Tone

 

 

-

SW-E-6

One touch

Response

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Personal

Number Call

 

Personal Number

SW-C-1

 

Registration

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Remote Response

SW-E-5

Remote Response

 

 

 

 

 

Registration

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

or SW-E-6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Call

Transter

 

 

 

 

 

 

-

SW-B-2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SW-B-2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SW-B-4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SW-A-5

Paging

during

Normal

Calls

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SW-C-5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SW-C-2

Group

Hunting

 

 

 

 

 

-

SW-B-5

Secretary

 

Transter

 

 

Privacy

SW

ON

SW-B-5

Executive

 

Priority

 

 

 

 

-

SW-B-3

(Highest

Priority)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Conference

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

-

SW-B-1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SW-B-4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SW-A-5

Paging

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

-

SW-C-5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SW-C-2

Numbering

 

Schedules

of

 

 

-

SW-C-1

Tie-line

System

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Programmable

Station

Numbering

 

 

-

SW-D-5

Group

Blocking

 

 

 

 

 

-

SW-D-4

Programmable

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Restricted

Access

 

 

 

 

-

SW-D-1

for

Stations

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Selection

of

Calling

Tone

 

 

-

-

Selection

of

Paging Pre-announcement

 

 

-

-

Tone

Duration

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Time-out of Conversation

 

-

-

Time-out of Paging Call

 

-

-

In/Out Annunciation

 

 

-

SW-C-1

Calling

Party

 

Indication

 

-

SW-E-4

(Lamp

Type)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pager

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

-

SW-D-6

CP DIP Switch

Function

-

-

-

Tone of Called Mode

at Privacy SW ON

Tone of Called Mode

at Privacy SW ON

Continuous Calling Tone

Selectable Numbering Schedules

Tone of Called Mode at

Privacy SW ON

or Continuous Calling Tone

Call Transfer, Paging during Normal Calls

Call Transfer, Paging during Normal Calls

Paging

Time Interval Adjustment before Paging Pre-announcement Tone

Paging Zones Capacity 45/21

Selectable Dial Operation for Paging Response

Secretary Transfer, Group Hunting

Secretary Transfer, Group Hunting

Executive Priority

(Highest Priority)

Conference

Paging

Time Interval Adjustment before Paging Pre-announcement Tone

Paging Zones Capacity 45/21

Selectable Dial Operation for Paging Response

Selectable Numbering Schedules

Programmable Station Numbering

Group Blocking

Stations Allowed

Access to All Call,

Conference and

General Purpose

Control

-

-

-

-

Selectable Numbering Schedules

Memory of Calling Party Indication

(Lamp Type)

Pager

 

 

No. 200

Programning

 

 

ON/OFF

Function

Function

 

Function

Group

Code

 

 

 

 

 

-

-

-

 

-

 

-

A

54

Automatic Access

to Paging

-

B

61

Master/Sub

Relationship

OFF

-

-

 

-

 

ON

-

-

 

-

 

ON

A

51

Continuous

Calling

Tone

OFF

-

-

 

-

 

ON

 

 

 

 

 

ON

A

51

ON

 

 

ON

 

 

ON

 

 

ON/OFF

-

-

ON/OFF

 

 

OFF

 

 

ON

C

70

ON

B

62

ON

B

60

ON

A

50

ON

-

-

ON

 

 

ON/OFF

 

 

ON/OFF

 

 

OFF

 

 

ON

C

70

ON/OFF

S

40

ON

E

90

 

C

71

ON

D

81

 

D

82

 

A

52

 

A

53

 

A

56

ON

A

57

 

A

58

 

A

59

-

S

41

-

S

42

-

S

45

-

S

46

OFF

-

-

ON/OFF

C

72

ON

-

-

Continuous Calling Tone

-

-

Paging Zone

Group Hunting

Secretary Transter

Executive Priority

-

Paging Zone

Numbering

Schedules of

 

Tie-line

System

 

 

Programmable

Station

 

Numbering

 

 

 

Establishment

of

 

 

Each Groups

 

 

 

Allowing

 

Calls

 

 

among Groups

 

 

Allowing

Access

to

 

Paging

Zones

 

 

 

Stations

Allowed

Access

to

All

Call

 

 

 

 

 

Stations

Allowed

Access

to

Conference

 

 

 

Stations

Allowed

Access

to

One-shot Make Output

 

Stations

Allowed

Access

to

Make/Break Output

 

Stations

Allowed

Access

to

8

Selectable/Decimal

 

Output

 

 

 

 

 

Station

Allowed

Access

 

to

4

Decimal

 

 

 

Digits

Output

 

 

 

Selection

of

Calling Tone

 

Selection

of

Paging

 

Pre-announcement Tone Duration

Time-out of Conversation

Time-out of Paging Call

-

Group of Calling Party

Indication

-

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