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iPECS-CM Installation manual

Regulatory Information Before making connections to the telephone network, you may be required to notify your local serving telephone company of your intention to use "customer provided equipment.” You may further be required to provide any or all of the following information: PSTN Telephone numbers to be connected to the system. Model name: iPECS-CM Local regulatory agency registration number: locally provided Ringer equivalence: 0.7B Cable connector: Champ cable connectors (32 pairs)

The required regulatory agency registration number is available from your local LG-Ericsson representative. This equipment complies with the following regulatory standards, ES 203 021, and TBR04. Also, this equipment complies with the safety/EMC requirements of EN60950-1, EN55022, EN55024, EN61000-3-2 and EN61000-3-3. If the telephone company determines that customer provided equipment is faulty and may possibly cause harm or interruption in service to the telephone network, it should be disconnected until repair can be affected. If this is not done, the telephone company may temporarily disconnect your service. The local telephone company may make changes in its communications facilities or procedures. If these changes could reasonably be expected to affect the use of iPECS-CM or compatibility with the network, the telephone company is required to give advanced written notice to the user, allowing the user to take appropriate steps to maintain telephone service. iPECS-CM complies with rules regarding radiation and radio frequency emission as defined by local regulatory agencies. In accordance with these agencies, you may be required to provide information such as the following to the end user: WARNING

This equipment generates and uses R.F. energy, and if not installed and used in accordance with the Instruction Manual, it may cause interference to radio communications. It has been tested and found to comply with the appropriate limits for a telecommunication device. The limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against such interference, when operated in a commercial environment. Operation of this equipment in a residential area could cause interference, in which case the user, at their own expense, will be required to take whatever measures may be required to correct the interference.

This system employs a Lithium battery as back-up power for the real-time clock and memory. The battery is not replaceable in the field, refer to section 3.5.1 Rectifier and Battery installation. Dispose of used batteries in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.

Copyright© 2011 LG-Ericsson Co., Ltd. All Rights Reserved This material is copyrighted by LG-Ericsson Co., Inc. Any unauthorized reproductions, use or disclosure of this material, or any part thereof, is strictly prohibited and is a violation of Copyright Laws. LG-Nortel reserves the right to make changes in specifications at any time without notice. The information furnished by LG-Ericsson in this material is believed to be accurate and reliable, but is not warranted to be true in all cases. LG-Ericsson and iPECS are trademarks of LG-Ericsson Co., Inc. All other brand and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.

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Revision History Issue

Date

Description of Changes

1.0

2010/04/20

Preliminary Release of iPECS-CM Installation Manual

1.1

2010/07/09

Initial Release

1.2

2011/02/28

Server information, MATM Module updated

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Table of Contents 1 INTRODUCTION............................................................................................1 2 GENERAL DESCRIPTION ............................................................................1 2.1

iPECS-CM Overview ..................................................................................................... 1

2.2

System Configuration and Structure .......................................................................... 3

2.2.1 CM-S30K/CM-S10K/CM-S4K................................................................................................................. 4 2.2.2 CM-MG (Media Gateway) ...................................................................................................................... 5 2.2.2.1 MGC (Media Gateway Cabinet) ...................................................................................................... 6 2.2.2.2 LANU (LAN Unit) ............................................................................................................................. 8 2.2.2.3 LCDU (LCD Unit)............................................................................................................................. 9 2.2.2.4 PSUA (AC/DC Power Supply Unit) ............................................................................................... 10 2.2.2.5 PSUD (DC/DC Power Supply Unit)............................................................................................... 13 2.2.2.6 CM-MG Mount Module.................................................................................................................. 15 2.2.3 CM-1URM (1U type Rack mount Media gateway) ............................................................................... 16 2.2.3.1 1URMC (1U type Rack Mount Cabinet)........................................................................................ 16 2.2.3.2 PSUA-1U (AC/DC Power Supply Unit for 1URMC) ...................................................................... 17 2.2.3.3 CM-1URM Mount Module ............................................................................................................. 18

2.3

Module Description .................................................................................................... 19

2.3.1 2.3.2 2.3.3 2.3.4 2.3.5 2.3.6 2.3.7 2.3.8

CM-S2K ................................................................................................................................................ 19 ASLM.................................................................................................................................................... 21 ASLM-MW ............................................................................................................................................ 22 DSLM.................................................................................................................................................... 23 MATM ................................................................................................................................................... 24 MDTM................................................................................................................................................... 25 VPCM ................................................................................................................................................... 26 RU......................................................................................................................................................... 29

2.4

Terminals Supported by iPECS-CM .......................................................................... 30

2.5

System Characteristics.............................................................................................. 31

2.5.1 2.5.2 2.5.3 2.5.4 2.5.7 2.5.8

Maximum Capacity ............................................................................................................................... 31 System Dimension and Weight ............................................................................................................ 31 System Environment ............................................................................................................................ 31 System Power Specification ................................................................................................................. 32 Maximum Station Distance from Gateway Module............................................................................... 32 CO LOOP Specification ........................................................................................................................ 32

3 INSTALLATION ...........................................................................................33 3.1

Site Preparation .......................................................................................................... 33

3.1.1 3.1.2 3.1.3

Site Selection........................................................................................................................................ 33 Verify Equipment On-site...................................................................................................................... 34 Grounding Check.................................................................................................................................. 34

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CM-MG Installation ..................................................................................................... 35

3.2.1 3.2.2 3.2.3 3.2.4

3.3

CM-1URM (1U Rack mount Media gateway) Installation ......................................... 42

3.3.1

3.4

CM-1URM Grounding........................................................................................................................... 43

CM-LANU and CM-LCDU Installation........................................................................ 43

3.4.1

3.5

CM-MG Cover Close/Open .................................................................................................................. 36 CM-MG Floor Standing Installation ...................................................................................................... 38 CM-MG 19” Rack Installation ............................................................................................................... 39 CM-MG Grounding ............................................................................................................................... 41

CM-LANU and CM-LCDU Installation Flow.......................................................................................... 44

PSU Installation .......................................................................................................... 46

3.5.1 Rectifier and Battery Installation Requirements ................................................................................... 46 3.5.1.1 Power Cable Connection .............................................................................................................. 47 3.5.1.2 Rectifier Cable Connection ........................................................................................................... 48 3.5.2 CM-MG Power Cable Connection ........................................................................................................ 49 3.5.3 CM-1URM Power Cable Connection.................................................................................................... 51 3.5.4 PSUA Installation.................................................................................................................................. 51 3.5.5 PSUD Installation ................................................................................................................................. 53 3.5.6 PSUA-1U Installation............................................................................................................................ 55

3.6

Gateway Module Installation ..................................................................................... 55

3.6.1 Gateway Module Allocation .................................................................................................................. 55 3.6.2 Gateway Module Mounting and Dismounting ...................................................................................... 55 3.6.3 Cable Connection ................................................................................................................................. 57 3.6.3.1 Trunk/Extension Champ Connector Cable Connection ................................................................ 57 3.6.3.2 LAN Cable Connection.................................................................................................................. 58 3.6.3.3 LAN Wiring Structure..................................................................................................................... 60 3.6.3.4 RS-232 Connections ..................................................................................................................... 60 3.6.4 CM-S2K Installation.............................................................................................................................. 61 3.6.5 CM-S30K/S2K Redundancy Connection ............................................................................................. 63 3.6.6 MATM Installation ................................................................................................................................. 65 3.6.7 DSLM Installation ................................................................................................................................. 70 3.6.8 ASLM Installation.................................................................................................................................. 72 3.6.9 ASLM-MW Installation .......................................................................................................................... 74 3.6.10 MDTM Installation................................................................................................................................. 76 3.6.11 VPCM Installation ................................................................................................................................. 78

3.7

Checklist after System Power On ............................................................................. 79

3.8

Appendix. Useful information ................................................................................... 86

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iPECS-CM Installation manual 1

INTRODUCTION

This Installation Manual provides the information required for installation, operation and maintenance of the LGEricsson iPECS-CM (IP Enterprise Communication Solutions- Communication Manager) system. For system management programming, refer to the iPECS-CM Programming Manual provided separately.

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General Description

2.1

iPECS-CM Overview

iPECS-CM is the next generation IP-PBX that provides, in addition to IP telephony, various flexible high quality multimedia services, security and mobility under IP environment. iPECS-CM consists of call server, which processes various call processing protocols such as SIP, LG-Ericsson proprietary IP protocol (IP-KTS protocol), H.323, No.7, etc., and media gateway that can be mounted on the 19” rack. The call server of iPECS-CM consists of commercial server-based CM-S30K/S10K/S4K accommodating a maximum of 30,000/10,000/4,000 ports and embedded module type CM-S2K accommodating up to 2,000 ports. The media gateway is available from small/medium scale to large scale and is designed in a customer focus structure by applying an elegant, up-to-date concept taking into account of maximal convenience and stability in installation/operation. iPECS-CM supports, based on the VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) technology, access to all networks such as PSTN, ISDN, intelligent network, IP network, etc. and provides various applications such as UC, Phontage, SNMP, Billing, Web Management, IVR, Conference call, etc. Also, it supports analogue single line devices, digital attendant, IP phones, Video phones, WLAN Phone, 3rd party SIP terminals and etc. Figure 2.1 below is a diagram of the various gateway modules, terminals and applications available with iPECSCM.

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Figure 2.1 iPECS-CM Structure

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System Configuration and Structure

iPECS-CM is composed of commercial call server (CM-S30K/CM-S10K/S4K), embedded module type server (CM-S2K) and media gateways CM-MG and CM-1URM.

Figure 2.2-1 iPECS-CM System 19” Rack Mount Configuration 

CM-S30K/CM-S10K CM-S30K(Server with 30,000 ports) and CM-S10K(Server with 10,000 ports) are Intel® Carrier Grade Server(CGS) series which are next generation telecom servers and are equipped with two highperformance Intel Quad Core Xeon CPUs.



CM-S4K CM-S4K(Server with 4,000 ports) is Server which is equipped with Intel Quad Core Xeon CPU.

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CM-S2K (Server 2K) CM-S2K is a embedded module type server and has two type servers(CM-S2K-S, CM-S2K-L), according to license that is classified by usage type. It accommodates high-performance CPU block, memory, HDD and 10/100/1000 Ethernet and can be mounted on MGC or 1URMC.



CM-MG (Media Gateway) CM-MG provides 6 slots and is composed of 19” rack mountable cabinet MGC (Media Gateway Cabinet), power module (PSUA/PSUD) selectable depending on AC or DC power, LCDU displaying the CM-MG status, LAN switch module( LANU ) and gateway modules.



CM-1URM(1U type Rack mount Media gateway) CM-MG provides 1 slot and is composed of 19” rack mountable cabinet 1URMC (1U type Rack Mountable Cabinet) and gateway modules. (1U height: 4.445cm, 1.75”)

2.2.1 CM-S30K/CM-S10K/CM-S4K CM-S30K(Server with 30,000 ports), CM-S10K(Server with 10,000 ports) and CM-S4K(Server with 4,000 ports) are server series which are equipped with Intel Quad Core Xeon CPUs. CM-S30K/S10K/S4K can accommodate a maximum of 30,000/10,000/4,000 ports. CM-S30K / 10K /S4K Server Requirements





CM-S30K

CM-S10K

CM-S4K

형상

19” Rack mountable

19” Rack mountable

19” Rack mountable

CPU

Dual Quad-core Intel Xeon, 2.93Ghz

Dual Quad-core Intel Xeon, 2.0Ghz

Single Quad-core Intel Xeon, 2.4Ghz

RAM

4GB

4GB

4GB

HDD

SAS HDD (2X 146GB)

SATA HDD (2X 160GB)

SATA HDD (2X 160GB)

NIC

2 x Gbit Ethernet

2 x Gbit Ethernet

2 x Gbit Ethernet

IPECS-CM provides Max. 400,000 BHCC.

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iPECS-CM Installation manual 2.2.2 CM-MG (Media Gateway) The media gateway CM-MG is mounted on the 19” rack or used stand alone. It accommodates the CM-S2K Server module and the modules that support the SLT, Attendant Console, CO, E1/T1/PRI and Voice Conference & Prompt. In particular, power module PSUAs are mounted in a reduncancy configuration when AC power is used and PSUDs are mounted in a redundancy configuration when DC rectifier is used. Configuration and structure of CM-MG (Media Gateway) are shown in the figures below:

Figure 2.2-1 Front View of CM-MG

Figure 2.2-2 Front and Rear Views of CM-MG (Front cover removed)

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MGC (Media Gateway Cabinet)

MGC (Media Gateway Cabinet with 6 universal slots) is a 19” rack mountable cabinet to accommodate CMS2K(embedded module type server) and media gateway modules. It consists of mechanical part, front cover, back plane, fan unit, Power, LCDU and LANU. S2K and gateway modules are mounted on the 6 universal slots on the left of the MGC front panel and the duplicated power units are mounted on the right. Power inlets to connect AC power cords are presented at the bottom left on the MGC rear panel and input power on/off is controlled with a switch. Six champ connectors to connect subscriber and trunk cables are presented on the right. The terminal block presented at the center bottom is used to connect battery input/output and DC-48V input from the rectifier. Duplicated RJ45 connectors to connect LAN are presented at the top. The RS232C connectors for SIO connection are also duplicated. Specifications 

Capacity  Extension (analog/digital attendant console): 192 ports  Analog trunk: 96 ports  Digital trunk: 192 ports

   

External connectors RJ4 connectors for LAN (10/100/1000 Ethernet) (Duplicated) RS232C connectors for SIO connection (Duplicated) 6 champ connectors



AC power inlets and switches  Duplicated power inlets  AC 230V/60Hz  Inlet fuse: 250V/6.3A  AC power On/Off switches



Terminal block and switch  Battery input/output and DC -48V input When PSUA (AC/DC Power Supply Unit) is used for MGC power, the terminal block is used for battery input/output and the switch is used to turn on/off battery input/output. When PSUD (DC/DC Power Supply Unit) is used, it is used for DC-48V input from the rectifier and the switch is used to turn on/off DC-48V input.  System grounding pin (FGND)



Mechanical specification  Mechanical dimension (W x L x H): 443 mm x 370.4 mm x 221.5mm  Weight (Mechanics + Power): 17.3Kg

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Figure 2.2.2.1-1 MGC (Media Gateway Cabinet)  MGBP (Media Gateway Back PCB) MGBP is connected to the LANU to provide LAN interface through RJ45 and SIO interface through RS232C. It provides six 100-pin edge connectors (LB) to mount modules, two 60-pin edge connectors to mount power units, six champ connectors to connect subscriber cables, one DIN connector to mount the LANU, two AC power inlets and switches, terminal block for DC input and battery input/output and fuse block. It provides max. 192 ports through the 6 slots (32-port slot 6 EA) and accommodate function modules such as SLT, DTEL, CO, E1/PRI, etc.

Figure2.2.2.1-2 MGBP Configuration  FAN Unit The fan unit is located on the left front of the MGC front panel. The fan unit is equipped with duplicated fans for heat radiation and allows rear access for maintenance. If the fan stops, an alarm is displayed on the LCDU and the alarm signal is transferred to CM-S30K/CMS10K or CM-S2K to display the alarm in the WMS (Web Management System).

Figure2.2.2.1-3 FAN Unit

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LANU (LAN Unit)

LANU (LAN Unit) provides LAN connection between modules and connection with external LAN switch. It is only installed in MGC to provide an external link through the LAN ports of LAN1 and LAN2. LANU provides 6-port 10/100Base-T Ethernet interface to connect the gateway modules mounted on the MGC. It also provides duplicated 2-port uplink gigabit Ethernet interface and duplicated 2-port RS-232C interface. The LANU detects the status of power, fan and gateway module and report this information to the call server. The LANU also displays the information on LCDU and the displayed information are as below. Ethernet link status  Humidity and temperature in the system  Voltage level of power supply  Fan and Power alarm In addition, the LANU controls the FAN speed according to an internal temperature and raises an audible alarm when the status is abnormal. Specifications 

Interface specification  6-port 10/100Mbps Ethernet to Each Module  2-port 10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet for External Links  External-SIO 2 ports



Electrical specification  Supply Power Input: -+5V, DGND, FGND  On-Board Power: +3.3V, +2.5V, +1.2V , +1.8V



Mechanical specification  Module dimension (W x L): 120 mm x 334.5 mm  Module weight: 550g

Figure 2.2.2.2 LANU

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LCDU (LCD Unit)

The LCDU (LCD Unit) is mounted on the MGC. It is connected to the LANU through the cable and displays the characters received from the LANU. The various system statuses can be shown with manipulation of MENU and SELECT buttons on the front panel. Specifications 

Interface specification  2 buttons for User-defined  16 characters x 2 lines LCD



Electrical specification  Supply Power Input: -+5V, DGND, FGND



Mechanical specification  Module dimension (W x L): 120 mm x 60 mm  Module weight: 550g

Figure 2.2.2.3 LCDU Front View

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PSUA (AC/DC Power Supply Unit)

PSUA (AC/DC Power Supply Unit) is mounted on the MGC in a redundancy configuration and distributes DC 54VDC and DC +5VDC output from AC 230Vac input. It charges the battery connected to MGC and distributes DC +5VDC output by receiving DC power from the battery. The duplicated PSUAs provide load sharing within 6:4 with max. voltage offset 0.5V and less. -48V output is regulated to -54V for battery charge.

Figure 2.2.2.4 PSUA Front Panel

Front LEDs

LED Name

Color

Description

AC IN

Green

On: AC power on, Off: AC power off

48V

Green

On: DC -48V(-54V) output normal, Off: Failure

+5V

Green

On: DC +5V output normal, Off: Failure

BT DSC

Red

On: Battery discharged, Off: Battery charged

Electrical characteristics 

Rated input voltage: AC 230V(±20%) , 50Hz ~ 60Hz(±3Hz)



Input voltage range: AC 184V ~ AC 276V, 47Hz ~ 63Hz



Rated output Table 2.2.2.4-1 Output Characteristics

 

Output

Rated Output Voltage

Max. Load Current

+5V

DC +5.0V

15A

-48V

DC -54V

12A

BATT(-)

DC -54V

2A

BATT(-) is an input/output for battery. Efficiency

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iPECS-CM Installation manual Efficiency under maximum load condition at the rated input voltage is 80% or more. 

Over-current protection The output current is restricted to 110% ~ 150% of the maximum output current within the input voltage range.



Over-voltage protection When +5V output is DC +6.0V ~ DC +7.0V or,-48V output is DC -58V ~ DC -60V, the over-voltage protection function is enabled to shut down the output and to block the input power. If the power unit is turned on 20 sec after clearing the over-voltage source, it will run normally.



Output short-circuit protection Even though the output gets shorted for 1 minute under maximum load condition within the input voltage range, it would not cause any damage to the power unit. The power unit will normally work when the short-circuit source is removed.



Alarm function - Power fail signal - Power injection signal



Battery charge and discharge - Battery over-discharge protection As the battery is discharged, the battery input goes shutdown at -42V±1V. - Maximum battery charge current When AC input power is supplied, the maximum battery charge current is restricted to 2A ±0.5A. - Back-up When the back-up battery is connected, the battery power will be normally supplied although AC power goes shutdown under maximum load. Note) When the battery is connected first or is completely discharged, press the reset button on the PSUA front panel for about 1 sec to normally charge and discharge the battery.



Input/output connector pin (Card Edge connector) Table 2.2.2.4-2 Input Connector Pins Pin Number

Designation

Remarks

Edge Pin Length

21,22 52,53 23~25 54~56 26,27 57,58 28,29 59,60 30,31 61,62

FGND FGND N/C N/C AC IN_L AC IN_L N/C N/C AC IN_N AC IN_N

F.G F.G

10mm 10mm

HOT HOT

8mm 8mm

Neutral Neutral

8mm 8mm

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Designation

Remarks

Edge Pin Length

1~3

-48V

-54V Output

8mm

32~34

-48V

-54V Output

8mm

4,35

N/C

5~7

BATT(-)

Bat. Input/Output

8mm

36~38

BATT(-)

Bat. Input/Output

8mm

8,39

N/C

9~11

+5V

+5V Output

8mm

40~42

+5V

+5V Output

8mm

12,43

N/C

13,44

LoadSh

Load Share Bus

10mm

14

PWR_INJ0

Power injection

10mm

45

PWR_ALM0

Power fail

10mm

15~18

LGND

Output Ground

10mm

46~49

LGND

Output Ground

10mm

19,20

N/C

50,51

N/C

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PSUD (DC/DC Power Supply Unit)

PSUD (DC/DC Power Supply Unit) is mounted on the MGC in a redundancy configuration. It distributes +5VDC output by receiving DC -48VDC from the rectifier. When the battery is connected to the MGC, it distributes DC +5VDC output by receiving DC -48VDC from the battery. The duplicated PSUDs provide load sharing.

Figure 2.2.2.5 PSUD Front Panel

Front LEDs LED Name

Color

-48V +5V

Green Green

ALM

Red

Description On: DC -48V input normal, Off: Failure On: DC +5V output normal, Off: Failure (Below 3.7V~4.1V) On: +5V under-voltage output (Below 4.6V ~ 4.8V), Off: Normal output

Electrical characteristics 

Rated input voltage: DC -48V



Input voltage range: DC -44V ~ -58V



Rated output Table 2.2.2.5-1 Output Characteristics

Output

Rated Output Voltage

Max Load Current

+5V

DC +5.0V

15A



Over-current protection The output current is restricted to 110% ~ 140% of the maximum output current within the input voltage range.



Over-voltage protection When +5V output is DC +5.5V ~ DC +7.0V, the over-voltage protection function is enabled to shut down the output and to block the input power. If the power unit is turned on 20 sec after clearing the over-voltage source, it will run normally.



Output short-circuit protection Even though the output gets shorted for 1 minute under maximum load condition within the input voltage range, it would not cause any damage to the power unit. The power unit will normally work

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Alarm functions - Power fail signal - Power injection signal



Input/output connector pins (Card Edge connector) Table 2.2.2.5-2 Input Connector Pins Pin Number

Designation

1~3

-48V input

32~34

-48V input

4

N/C

35

N/C

5~7

BATT(-)

36~38

BATT(-)

8

N/C

39

N/C

15~18

GND input

46~49

GND input

Remarks

Table 2.2.2.5-3 Output Connector Pins Pin Number

Designation

9~11

+5V OUT

40~42

+5V OUT

12~13

N/C

43~44

N/C

14

PWR_INJ0

45

PWR_ALM0

15~18

OUT GND

46~49

OUT GND

19~20

N/C

50~51

N/C

21~22

F.GND

52~53

F.GND

23~31

N/C

54~62

N/C

Remarks

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CM-MG Mount Module

 Modules Board

Port per Module

CM-S2K (Server 2K) ASLM (Analog Subscriber Line Module) ASLM-MW (Analog Subscriber Line Module-MW) MATM (Multifunction Analog Trunk Module) MDTM (Mulifunction Digital Trunk Module) DSLM (Digital Subscriber Line Module for Attendant) VPCM (Voice Prompt and Conference Module) RU (Ring Unit for ASLM)

32 ports 32 ports 16 ports 32 Ch 32 ports 256 Ch

 CM-S2K (Server 2K) CM-S2K is a embedded module type server. It accommodates CPU module, memory, HDD and 10/100/1000 Ethernet and can be mounted on MGC or 1URMC.  ASLM (Analog Subscriber Line Module) ASLM is a gateway module to connect SLTs. It supports 32 port SLT interface and provides -48V power supply, TDM-to-IP-packetizing, DTMF reception, CID processing, ring signal and tone.  ASLM-MW (Analog Subscriber Line Module-Message Waiting) ASLM-MW is a gateway module to connect SLTs. It supports 32 port SLT interface and provides -48V power supply, TDM-to-IP-packetizing, DTMF reception, CID processing, ring signal and tone and message waiting.  DSLM (Digital Subscriber Line Module for Attendant) DSLM is a gateway module to connect digital attendants terminal.  MATM (Multi-function Analog Trunk Module) MATM is a gateway module to use analog trunk. It supports 16 ports and provides CO/LD/EM analog trunk interface through option modules (COIU, LDIU, EMIU). - COIU (Central Office Interface Unit) COIU is a submodule for MATM. It provides analog CO interface and accommodates 4 ports. - LDIU (Loop Dial Interface Unit) LDIU is a submodule for MATM. It provides analog LD interface and accommodates 4 ports. - EMIU (Ear & Mouth Interface Unit) EMIU is a submodule for MATM. It provides analog E&M interface and accommodates 4 ports.  MDTM (Multfunction Digital Trunk Module) MDTM selectively provides E1/T1 Digital Trunk and 2048K/1544K Bit/s ISDN Primary Rate Interface. For trunk line interface, 120Ω/75Ω is selectable in case of E1 and 100Ω is provided for T1.  VPCM (Voice Prompt & Conference Module) VPCM is a VoIP supplementary function module that performs voice prompt, voice storage, voice conference, voice transcoding, RTP/RTCP packet security (SRTP) and NAT (Network Address Tanslation) and provides 256 channels.

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iPECS-CM Installation manual  RU (Ring Unit) The RU(Ring Unit) is mounted in the ASLM, ASLM-MW gateway module for providing Ring source to the Analog-subscriber terminals. The RU produces the 80Vrms, 20 Hz Ring source by using -48 V input.

2.2.3 CM-1URM (1U type Rack mount Media gateway) CM-1URM is 1U type media gateway and is equipped with ASLM, DSLM, MATM, MDTM, VPCM.or S2K.. This is particularly useful for a configuration where a call server is installed at the center and small-scale gateways are installed at local or remote branch offices. Figure 2.2.3-1 shows the configuration and structure of CM-1URM (1U type Rack mount Media gateway).

Figure 2.2.3-1 CM-1URM Front and Rear Panels

2.2.3.1

1URMC (1U type Rack Mount Cabinet)

1URMC accommodates the embedded module type server CM-S2K or its gateway module. It can be mounted on a 19” rack (19” rack mountable cabinet, 1U Type), includes one fan and the following module:  1UBP (1U Back PCB) 1UBP is connected to LANU to provide LAN interface through RJ45 and SIO interface through RS232C. It provides a 100-pin edge connector to mount a module, a 10 pin connector to connect the power module and a champ connector to connect subscriber cables. It provides max. 32 ports through one slot (32-port slot 1 EA) and accommodates function modules such as SLT, DTEL, CO, E1/PRI, etc.

Figure 2.2.3.1 1UBP

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PSUA-1U (AC/DC Power Supply Unit for 1URMC)

PSUA-1U (AC/DC Power Supply Unit for 1URMC) is mounted on the 1URMC and distributes DC -50VDC and DC +5VDC output from AC 110/230Vac input. Front LEDs

Model

Size/Color

Description

DC(-50V) Output/-48V

3Ø/ Green

On: DC -54V output normal, Off: Failure

DC(+5V) Output/+5V

3Ø/ Green

On: DC +5V output normal, Off: Failure

FAN operation status/FAN

3Ø/ Green

On: FAN normal, Off: Failure

Electrical characteristics 

Rated input voltage: AC 110V~230V , 50Hz ~ 60Hz(±3Hz)



Input voltage: AC 88V ~ AC 276V, 47Hz ~ 63Hz



Rated output Table 2.2.3.2-1 Output Characteristics Output

Rated Output Voltage

Max Load Current

OUT1

-50V

2.5A

OUT2

+5V

3A



Over-current protection The output current is restricted to 110% of the maximum output current within the input voltage range.



Over-voltage protection When +5V output is DC +6.0V ~ DC +7.0V or,-48V output is DC -58V ~ DC -60V, the over-voltage protection function is enabled to shut down the output and to block the input power. If the power unit is turned on 20 sec after clearing the over-voltage source, it will run normally.



Output short-circuit protection Even though the output gets shorted for 1 minute under maximum load condition within the input voltage range, it would not cause any damage to the power unit. The power unit will normally work when the short-circuit source is removed.



Input/output connector pins (Card Edge connector)

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iPECS-CM Installation manual Table 2.2.3.2-2 Input Connector Pins Pin Number

Designation

1

AC - Live

Remarks

2 3

FG

4 5

AC - Neutral

Table 2.2.3.2-3 Output Connector Pins Pin Number Designation 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

2.2.3.3

Remarks BLACK RED

GND +5V N/C -50V N/C GND GND

BLUE BLACK BLACK

CM-1URM Mount Module

 Modules Board

Ports per Module

CM-S2K (Embedded Call Server) ASLM (Analog Subscriber Line Module)

32 ports

ASLM-MW (Analog Subscriber Line Module-MW)

32 ports

MATM (Multifunction Analog Trunk Module)

16 ports

MDTM (Mulifunction Digital Trunk Module)

32 Ch

DSLM (Digital Subscriber Line Module for Attendant )

32 ports

VPCM (Voice Prompt and Conference Module)

256 Ch

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iPECS-CM Installation manual 2.3

Module Description

iPECS-CM modules consist of 1 embedded type server module and 6 gateway modules, which are mounted in MGC and 1URMC. iPECS-CM modules are listed in Table 2.3. Table 2.3 Module List Module Call Server Module

Gateway Modules & Sub modules

Module Name

Description

CM-S2K

Embedded type call server module accommodating 2,000 ports

ASLM

Analog Subscriber Line Module

ASLM-MW

Analog Subscriber Line Module-Message Waiting

DSLM

Digital Subscriber Line Module for Attendant

MATM

Multi-function Analog Trunk Module

MDTM

Multi-function Digital Trunk Module, T1/E1/PRI/CCS No.7

VPCM

Voice Prompt & Conference Module

COIU

Central Office Interface Unit for MATM

LDIU

Loop Dial Interface Unit for MATM

EMIU

Ear & Mouth Interface Unit for MATM

RU

Ring Unit for ASLM/ASLM/MW

Champ Connector Connection Ass’y for ASLM,DSLM,MDTM,MATM Cable Ass’y

2.3.1 CM-S2K CM-S2K (Embedded module type server with 2,000 ports) is equipped with an Intel Pentium CPU and can accommodate up to 2,000 ports. It supports max. 2GB DDR2 memory, SATA2 2.5” large capacity HDD, 2 USB ports supporting USB 2.0, 10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet 2 ports and VGA port. It also provides FAN control for efficient heat radiation of CM-S2K and max 100W to support high-capacity CPU module. There are two type of CM-S2K depending on license: One is CM-S2K-S that is used for a standalone communication manager; another is CM-S2K-L that is used as local communication manager for survivability in branch office. The hardware platform and software is same but license is required to be used as standalone communication manager. Specifications 

CPU  Intel Pentium CPU with 2MByte L2 cache



Memory  DRAM: SO-DIMM DDR 2GB  HDD: SATA 120GB hard disk

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Network interface  Gigabit Ethernet 2 ports  10/100 Ethernet 1 port  USB 2.0 x 2 ports



Others  Graphic & memory controller Hub Intel 82915GME  Battery and buzzer



Electrical specification  Supply Power Input: -48V, DGND, FGND  On-Board Power: +3.3V, +5V



Mechanical specification  Module dimension (W x L): 255 mm x 334.5 mm (Incl. card edge)  Module weight: 970g

Figure 2.3.1 CM-S2K

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iPECS-CM Installation manual 2.3.2 ASLM ASLM (Analog Subscriber Line Module) provides 32 SLT lines to connect SLTs (Single Line Telephones) in the iPECS-CM System. ASLM supports voice codec, IP-Packetization, -48V DC power supply, DTMF dial signal detection and CID (Caller ID) transmission and is equipped with a RU (Ring-Unit) to supply ring to SLTs. The ASLM module does not support message waiting signal generation. (Supported only by the ASLM-MW module) Maximum wiring distance of UPT5 cable is 6 Km (20,000 feet) Specifications 

Maximum capacity (Voice data length per packet)  G.711: 32 Channels (20 ms)

      

Interface specification Ethernet 1 port SIO 1 port Status LED Channel LED Reset switch

Electrical specification  Supply Power Input: -48V, +5V, DGND, FGND  On-Board Power: +3.3V, +2.5V, +1.2V , -5V

  

Mechanical specification Module dimension (W x L): 255 mm x 334.5 mm (Incl. card edge) Module weight: 600g

Figure 2.3.2 ASLM

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iPECS-CM Installation manual 2.3.3 ASLM-MW ASLM-MW (Analog Subscriber Line Module – with Message Waiting) provides 32 SLT (Single Line Telephone) lines and supports voice codec, IP-Packetization, -48V DC power supply, DTMF dial signal detection and CID (Caller ID) transmission. It is equipped with a CM-RU (Ring-Unit) to supply ring to SLTs. The ASLM-MW module provides message waiting signal generation. Maximum wiring distance of ASLM-MW is 6 Km (20,000 feet) when AWG24 or UTP5 cable is used. Specifications 

Maximum capacity (Voice Data Length per Packet)  G.711: 32 Channels (20 ms)



Interface specification  Ethernet 1 port  SIO 1 port  Status LED  Channel LED  Reset switch



Electrical specification  Input power: -48V, +5V, DGND, FGND  On-Board power: +3.3V, +2.5V, +1.2V , -5V



Mechanical specification  Module dimension (W x L): 255 mm x 334.5 mm (Incl. card edge)  Module weight: 630g

Figure 2.3.3 ASLM-MW

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iPECS-CM Installation manual 2.3.4 DSLM The Digital Subscriber Line Module (DSLM) provides 32 ports for digital attendant console. This module provides data communication functions and voice communication function. The DSLM module exchanges the call-setup data with the Communication Manager (CM) over IP, and voice and data with the digital attendant console over TEL-Line. Specifications 

Access to Call Manager  Exchange call-setup data with the Call Manager over IP.



Access to digital attendant console.  Exchange voice and data with the digital attendant console

 Max. number of digital attendant terminals connectable: 32 terminals  Max. distance from a digital attendant console : 1Km (with AWG24 or UTP5 cable) 

Digital attendant terminal power feeding (-48V)

 Interface specification  1 x Ethernet port, 1 x SIO port, status LED, reset switch, and 32 x digital interface port  Electrical specification  Input power: -48V, +5V, DGND and FGND  On-Board power: +3.3V, +2.5V, +1.5V and +1.2V  Mechanical specification  Module dimension (length x width): 255 mm x 334.5 mm (incl. card edge)  Module weight: 667g

Figure 2.3.4 DSLM

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iPECS-CM Installation manual 2.3.5 MATM MATM (Multi-function Analog Trunk Module) is a gateway module to use analog trunks in iPECS-CM and provides CODEC between IP voice packets and PCM and CO/LD/EM analog trunk interface. Option modules (COIU, LDIU, EMIU) are used for analog trunk interface. The MATM consists of DSP, flash memory, SDRAM, LAN interface, SICOFI 4 EA and analog interface circuit (Max 16 ports). Specifications 

Trunk capacity: Max 16 ports



Analog trunk type and option module Trunk Type

Option Module

Remark

CO

COIU (Central Office Interface Unit)

LD

LDIU (Loop Dial Interface Unit)

E&M

EMIU (E&M Interface Unit)

* Each option module provides 4 ports and 4 option modules can be mounted in the MATM module. Different types of option modules can be mixedly used. 

H/W functions of each module 1) COIU Loop seizure, ring detection, polarity reversal detection, pulse dialing 2) LDIU Loop seizure, pulse dialing, polarity reversal transmission, polarity reversal detection 3) EMIU E line: Line seizure detection => -48V M line: Seizure => GND E&M Type: Support only Type V (E-line: -48V, M- line: Open or GND). 2-wire E&M: Voice TIP, voice RING, E, M 4-wire E&M: voice TX_TIP, voice TX_RING, voice RX_TIP, voice RX_RING, E, M



Interface specification  Ethernet 1 port  SIO 1 port  Status LED  Reset switch  Analog interface 16 ports



Electrical specification  Input power: -48V, +5V, DGND, FGND  On-Board power: +3.3V, +2.5V, +1.5V, +1.2V, -5V



Mechanical specification

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Module dimension (W x L): 255 mm x 334.5 mm (Incl. card edge) Module weight: 940g

Figure 2.3.5 MATM

2.3.6 MDTM The MDTM (Multifunction Digital Trunk Module) provides E1/T1 digital trunk, 2048K/1544K Bit/s ISDN Primary Rate Interface and CCS No.7 and is selectively available with switch or module initialization information. For trunk line interface, line impedance matching jumper should be set to 120Ω/75Ω in case of E1 and to 100Ω in case of T1. Service is available only if protocol selection switch and line impedance matching jumper exactly are matched each other.

Specifications 

Channel capacity  2,048Kbps E1 Trunk / ISDN PRI European mode: 32 Ch. (30B+1D)  1,544Kbps T1 Trunk / ISDN PRI American mode: 24 Ch. (23B+1D)



Line characteristics (E1 / T1)  E1 ( ITU-T G.703 and G.704) o Transfer rate: 2.048Mbps +/- 50ppm o Impedance: 120 ohm o Line code: HDB3 

T1 ( ITU-T G.703 and G.704) o Transfer rate: 1.544Mbps +/- 50ppm o Impedance: 100 ohm

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Line code: AMI / B8ZS



Function block list  Digital line interface: E1 / T1 / PRI / No.7  10/100Base-T Ethernet interface  Protection circuit  +5V  3.3V, +5V-5V DC/DC Power Converter  Channel status LED



Mechanical specification  Module dimension (W x L) : 255 mm x 334.5 mm (Incl. card edge)  Module weight: 540g



Electrical specification  Input power: +5V, DGND, FGND  On-Board power : +3.3V, 2.5V, +1.2V

Figure 2.3.6 MDTM

2.3.7 VPCM The VPCM (Voice Prompt & Conference Module) is a supplementary VoIP function module that performs voice prompt and storage, voice conference, voice trans-coding, RTP/RTCP packet security (SRTP) and NAT (Network Address Translation) in the iPECS-CM System. The VPCM can provide up to 256 channels (based on G.711 Codec) for all the functions above except for voice trans-coding. The maximum number of channels available for voice trans-coding may be less than 256 channels,

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iPECS-CM Installation manual depending on the Codec type. Head Start play mode is supported for voice prompt. Voice announcement data can be uploaded using FTP and is stored in the CFC card. For voice conference, maximum 128 subscriber channels can be accommodated in a conference group. The VPCM consists of CPU block, memory block, LAN switch block, SRTP block, DSP block, MFP (MultiFunction Processing) block, Oscillators and DC/DC power block. The CPU block performs initialization, hardware block control, execution of various call processing programs and NAT function. The memory block stores various software programs and data. The LAN switch is for transmission, reception and switching of various Ethernet packets. The SRTP block performs encryption and decryption of RTP/RTCP packets. The DSP converts TDM signals into RTP packets and vice versa and performs Codec conversion, echo removing, noise signal control, tone creation and detection. MFP block sends or stores voice signals, controls gain of all voice signals transmitted/received and sends mixed voice signals. The Oscillators generate various clock signals and the DC/DC power block distributes various voltage levels in the module. Specifications 

Voice prompt & storage  File format: A-law / u-law PCM 8 bit (Mono)  File storage: CFC Memory  Play mode: Head Start

  

Voice conference Max number of channels accommodated per group: Max. 128 channels Group-specific gain control range: 0 dB ~ (-) 30 dB



Maximum capacity per Codec (Voice data length per packet)  G.711: 256 channels (20 ms), 160 channels (10 ms), 80 channels (5 ms)  G.723.1: 80 channels  G.729. A: 100 channels  G.729. E: 48 channels



SRTP  RFC 3711 Compliance  Session capacity: MAX. 512 sessions (RTP: 256 sessions, RTCP: 256 sessions)  Encryption algorithm : AES-CM (Advanced Encryption Standard – Counter Mode)  HMAC Algorithm : SHA-1 (Secure Hash Algorithm 1)  Very Low Encryption/Decryption Delay (About 50us in case of G.711 20ms)



Interface specification  Ethernet 1 port  SIO 1 port  Status LED  Reset switch

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Electrical specification  Input power: -48V, +5V, DGND, FGND  On-Board power: +3.3V, +2.5V, +1.8V, +1.5V, +1.2V



Mechanical specification  Module dimension (W x L): 255 mm x 334.5 mm (Incl. card edge)  Module weight: 550g

Figure 2.3.7 VPCM

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iPECS-CM Installation manual 2.3.8 RU RU (Ring Unit) is a sub-board to provide Ring source to the Analog-subscriber terminals. It is mounted in the ASLM, ASLM-MW modules and produces the 80Vrms, 25Hz Ring source by using -48 V input. It provides ring On/Off control and controls ring output to lower power and ring consumption in each module where there is no user in service. Specifications 

Interface specification  Mounted in the ASLM/ASLM-MW modules



Electrical specification  Input voltage: -48Vdc  Output voltage: 80Vrms AC ± 5%  Output capacity: 10W  Output frequency: 25 Hz ± 5% or 20 Hz ± 5%  Output wave shape: Sine wave

Figure 2.3.8 RU

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iPECS-CM Installation manual 2.4

Terminals Supported by iPECS-CM

iPECS-CM supports standard SLT, Digital attendant console, IP phone and WiFi phone.

Table 2.4 Terminals Type

IP Phones

Attendant Console WIFI

Model

Description

LIP-7004N

LIP Phone, Basic 4 button no display

LIP-7008D

LIP Phone, 8 button and basic 2-line display

LIP-7016D

LIP Phone, 16 button, 3-line display w/Menu

LIP-7024D

LIP Phone, 24 button, 3-line display w/Menu

LIP-7024LD

LIP Phone, 24 button, Large LCD display w/Menu

LIP-7048DSS

LIP DSS Console with 48 buttons

LIP-8004D

LIP Phone, 4 button and 1-line display, LAN 1 port

LIP-8012D

LIP Phone, 12 button, 3-line display w/Menu

LIP-8024D

LIP Phone, 24 button, 4-line display w/Menu

LIP-8040L

LIP Phone, 10 button, 9-line display w/Menu

LIP-8048DSS

LIP DSS Console with 48 buttons

LIP-8012DSS

LIP DSS Console with 12 buttons

LIP-8012LSS

LIP LCD DSS Console with 12 buttons

LIP-8050V

LIP Video Phone, 4.3” Color Graphic, 3 soft key, 5 program button Navigation key

IP8850

SIP Video Phone, 4.3” Color Graphic, 3 soft key, 5 program button Navigation key

IP88XX

SIP Phone Series

DATD2

Digital attendant console

WIT-400H

Wireless phone

For further information on the products above, see the User Manual of each model.

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iPECS-CM Installation manual 2.5

System Characteristics

2.5.1 Maximum Capacity Table 2.5.1 Maximum capacity Server Type

Maximum capacity

Max. Trunk Port

Max Extension Port

CM-S30K

30,000

10,000

30,000

CM-S10K

10,000

5,000

10,000

CM-S4K

4,000

2,000

4,000

CM-S2K

2,000

1,000

2,000

Summation of trunk and extension port can’t exceed maximum capacity.

2.5.2 System Dimension and Weight

Table 2.5.2 Dimension and Weight Module

W (mm)

L (mm)

H (mm)

Weight (kg)

CM-MG

443

370.4

221.5

20

CM-1URM

440

361.8

43.4

5.5

GW module

255

334.5

30

-

PSUA

140

334.7

59.7

1.87

PSUD

140

334.7

59.7

0.85

Note 1. Module weight depends on module type.

2.5.3 System Environment

Table 2.5.3 Environmental Specifications Environment Temperature

Humidity

Condition

Operation

0~40℃

Storage

0~70℃

Operation

20~80%

Storage

10~95%

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iPECS-CM Installation manual 2.5.4 System Power Specification Table 2.5.4 System Power Specification Specification PSUA -AC Voltage Input - Fuse -DC Output Power

186-276 [email protected] 50/60 Hz

PSUD -DC Voltage Input - Fuse -DC Output Power

DC -44V ~ -58V

PSUA-1U -AC Voltage Input - Fuse -DC Output Power

88-276 VAC @ 50/60 Hz

LAN Power Feed

0.1A max

T6.3A, AC250V -54VDC/12A, 5VDC/15A

T15A, AC250V 5VDC/15 A

T6.3A, AC250V -50VDC/2.5A, 5VDC/3A

2.5.5 Maximum Station Distance from Gateway Module Table 2.5.7 Maximum Station Wiring Distance Item

AWG 22 (m)

AWG 24/UTP5(m)

LIP Phone

100

100

H.323 VoIP phone

100

100

1,500 8,000

1,000 6,000

Digital Terminal Single Line Telephone (ASLM.ASLM-MW)

2.5.6 CO LOOP Specification Table 2.5.8 CO LOOP Specifications Item

Specification

Ring Detect Sensitivity

40 Vrms @ 16~30 Hz 30 Vrms @ 30~37 Hz

DTMF Dialing - Frequency Deviation - Signal Rise Time - Tone Duration, on time - Inter-digit Time

Less than +/-1.8% Max. 5ms Min. 50ms Min. 30ms

Pulse Dialing - Pulse Rate - Break/Make Ratio

10 pps 60/40% or 67/33%

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iPECS-CM Installation manual 3

INSTALLATION

It is important to prepare for installation work by pre-checking environmental elements inside and outside the communication center. Opening should be thoroughly prepared by checking the parts, construction materials and jigs in accordance with customer specifications, acceptance test procedures or completion check list. To ensure normal operation of the system and user’s safety, the system should be installed by competent personnel in accordance with the predefined procedure and method. The system is installed in 6 steps below:      

Site preparation Cabinet/Desk/Rack installation, as required PSU installation Module installation and wiring IP Phone and other terminal installation System programming and verification

For system programming guide, see the iPECS-CM Programming Manual provided separately.

3.1

Site Preparation

3.1.1 Site Selection The first step is to select a site suitable for system installation. When locating the mounting site, the following points must be considered: a) The Main Cabinet can be desk, 19” rack or wall mounted. When desk mounting, assure that the desk has ample strength to support the Main Cabinet and other hardware to be installed. b) The location must have access to an appropriate 100~240 VAC @ 50-60 Hz power source with a circuit breaker or fuse and must be surge protected. The maximum allowable current of the receptacle must be taken into consideration for rack mounting of a cabinet. In particular, pay attention to the allowable current when a power strip for rack is used. c) When [email protected] is used, the maximum input current per cabinet is listed in the table below: Table 3.1.1 System Electrical specification Module CM-MG CM-1URM

AC 230V/60Hz AC 230V/60Hz AC 110V/60Hz

Max Input Current

Recommended Receptacle Capacity

4.5A

5A or more

0.8A 1.6A

1A or more 2A or more 0

0

d) The system should be located in a well-ventilated area with a temperature of around 20 C (68 F) and a relative humidity of 0-80% (non-condensing).

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iPECS-CM Installation manual e) If the system is to share the LAN with data devices or be connected to an external VoIP network the system must be within 100 meters (330 feet) of the network equipment. Also, the location should be within the prescribed recommended lengths for all phones and terminals. If existing cabling is employed, the location of existing cabling and conduits should be considered. f)

The location should have adequate accessibility, space and lighting for future servicing and should consider the need for future expansion.

g) The system should not be installed on external wall and clearance from the inner wall should be at least 75cm. h) The site should be away from radio transmitting equipment, arc-welding devices, copy machines, and other electrical equipment capable of generating high levels of electrical interference. The system should be protected from flooding and heavy machinery as well as excessive dust and vibration.

3.1.2 Verify Equipment On-site Once the equipment installation site has been identified and a dedicated AC outlet, protective earth ground, lighting and ventilation are available, verify the following: -. Equipment and tools -. Damage of the system during shipment -. Type and quantity of modules and terminals -. Optional equipment and power line surge protector -. Packing state of individual modules and terminals If any equipment appears damaged or is missing, notify appropriate personnel to correct the situation.

3.1.3 Grounding Check For system grounding, pay attention to the following: -. Multi-wiring from other systems is prohibited. Insulate the system, rectifier and MDF from the building to basically block external noise from other ground. -. Connect the system ground cable connector via a good earth ground medium. -. Make sure to ensure system’s external conductivity and good conductivity between metal surface and ground cable of the rectifier power plug. -. External system ground must be connected to the system ground through a single contact. -. Never connect the system ground cable to the power cabling conduit inside the building. -. Make sure the power plug to be connected to a socket-outlet with a protective earthing conductor.

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iPECS-CM Installation manual 3.2

CM-MG Installation

CM-MG of iPECS-CM provides 6 slots to mount modules. It provides LCDs to display system status and environmental condition alarms at the top right and can accommodate duplicated PSUs at the bottom. Since the front cover of the cabinet is semi-transparent, you can easily check the LCDs through the cover. You can close and open the front cover by pressing the buttons on both sides. Interlock is presented to inhibit unauthorized access. The front cover is shown in the figure below:

Figure 3.2 CM-MG Front Cover LAN is connected through the duplicated LAN ports on the CM-MG real panel. AC power is supplied through the power inlet on the rear side and DC power is distributed from the terminal block at the bottom rear.

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iPECS-CM Installation manual 3.2.1 CM-MG Cover Close/Open The front cover is provided as standard equipment with the CM-MG. The cover hooks and snaps on to the cabinet as follows: Install the cover to the cabinet following the three instructions below:  Align the notched tab on the left/right sides of the cover with the slot in the both sides of the cabinet. See Figure 3.2.1-1.  Push the tab into the corresponding slot in the cabinet.  Fix the cover to the cabinet using the buttons on the left/right sides of the cover.

Figure 3.2.1-1 CM-MG Cover Installation

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iPECS-CM Installation manual Remove the cover from cabinet following the two instructions below:  Push the button on the left/right sides of cover to disengage the latch. Refer to Figure 3.3.1

2. Isolate both sides of the cover from the cabinet at the same time.

Figure 3.2.1-2 CM-MG Cover Removal

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iPECS-CM Installation manual 3.2.2 CM-MG Floor Standing Installation CM-MG can be mounted on a 19” rack or stand alone after removing the rack mount brackets fixed on the left/right of CM-MG. The cabinet should be installed on a flat surface and cabinets should be stacked only in two layers to ensure system stability.

Figure 3.2.2 CM-MG Floor Standing Installation (2 layers)

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iPECS-CM Installation manual 3.2.3 CM-MG 19” Rack Installation Rack mount brackets are provided as standard equipment with the CM-MG. These brackets attach to the sides of the CM-MG. To rack mount the CM-MG:  

Bolt the rack mount brackets securely onto the sides of the CM-MG with the supplied four (4) M4 x 6 mm machine screws, refer to Figure 3.2.3. Connect the brackets to a standard 19” rack securely with four (4) appropriate machine screws, nuts and lock-washers.

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Figure 3.2.3 Rack (19”) Installation

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iPECS-CM Installation manual 3.2.4 CM-MG Grounding Before connection to AC power, the CM-MG must be connected to a protective earth ground in conformance with the appropriate IEEE recommendations. A protective earth ground is required for user safety and to minimize EMC interference. To ensure proper system operation and for safety purposes, a good protective earth ground is required. Connect to the communication ground of the building where available. If AC power ground is used without separate communication ground, check introduction of noise from other equipment. For wiring, see the system power and ground cable wiring diagram given in 3.4 PSU Installation. A 14 AWG UL type 1015 or larger copper wire is recommended as the protective earth ground connection wire. However, check the appropriate national and local codes for proper conductor type and size. The wire should be kept as short as possible; it is recommended that the wire be no longer than 1 meter (about 3.3 feet). As shown in For protective ground

, unscrew the FGND terminal of the terminal block on the rear side of the cabinet,

connect the ground cable and tighten the screw. Refer to Figure 3.2.4.

Figure 3.2.4 CM-MG Grounding

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iPECS-CM Installation manual 3.3

CM-1URM (1U Rack mount Media gateway) Installation

As shown in Figure 3.3, firmly fix the CM-1URM set using 4 sets of bolts, nuts and lock washers. CM-1URM equipped with one iPECS-CM gateway module can be mounted on a 19” rack.

Figure 3.3 CM-1URM 19” Rack Installation

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iPECS-CM Installation manual 3.3.1 CM-1URM Grounding Before connection to AC power, the CM-1URM must be connected to a protective earth ground in conformance with the appropriate IEEE recommendations. A protective earth ground is required for user safety and to minimize EMC interference. CM-1URM grounding is the same as CM-MG grounding. A good protective earth ground is essential to ensure proper system operation and safety. Connect to the communication ground of the building where available. If AC power ground is used without separate communication ground, check introduction of noise from other equipment. For wiring, see the system power and ground cable wiring diagram given in 3.5 PSU Installation. A 14 AWG UL type 1015 or larger copper wire is recommended as the protective earth ground connection wire. However, check the appropriate national and local codes for proper conductor type and size. The wire should be kept as short as possible; it is recommended that the wire be no longer than 1 meter (about 3.3 feet). For protective ground

, unscrew the FGND terminal of the terminal block on the rear side of the cabinet,

connect the ground cable and then tighten the screw. Refer to Figure 3.2.4.

Figure 3.3.1 CM-1URM Grounding

3.4

CM-LANU and CM-LCDU Installation It is not permitted to mount CM-LANU while power is on. Make sure to turn off the power before work. CM-LANU and CM-LCDU are mounted on the top right slot (upper side of PSU slot) of CM-MGC and are connected with 14-pin (2x7 pin FLAT) cable and 4-pin cable. CM-LANU transfers LCD control signal to CM-LCDU via the 14-pin cable. CM-LCDU button (MENU, SELECT) on/off on the CM-LCDU front panel is transferred to CM-LANU via the 4-pin cable.

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iPECS-CM Installation manual 3.4.1 CM-LANU and CM-LCDU Installation Flow CM-LCDU Cable Connection

Figure 3.4.1 CM-LCDU Cable Connection

Connect the 14-pin cable to the left connector of CM-LCDU, locating the red line upward as shown above. Connect the 4-pin cable to the 4-pin connector on the right. CM-LCDU  CM-LANU Cable Connection

Figure 3.4.2 CM-LCDU and CM-LANU Cable Connection Connect CM-LCDU with CM-LANU. Connect 14-pin cable to CN6 of CM-LANU (locate the red line below CN6) and 4-pin cable to CN5. When cable connection is completed, mount it on the LANU Slot as shown in the figure above.

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Figure 3.4.3 CM-LANU Mounting and Fixation When CM-LANU mounting is completed, tighten the screw located at the center of CM-LANU.

CM-LCDU Mounting and Fixation

Figure 3.4.4 CM-LCDU Mounting and Fixation Mount the CM-LCDU on the front side and fix it by rotating the screws located on both sides.

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PSU Installation The CM-MG power supply unit consists of the PSUA (AC/DC Power Supply Unit) that is mounted on MGC and converts AC230V input to DC–54V/+5V, the rectifier that converts AC110V/230V input to DC–48V, the battery to supply DC voltage in the event of power failure and the PSUD (DC/DC Power Supply Unit) that distributes +5V to CM-MG by receiving DC power from the rectifier or battery. The CM-1URM power supply unit is composed of the PSUA-1U (AC/DC Power Supply Unit for 1URMC), which is mounted on the CM1URMC and converts AC110V/230V input to DC–50V/+5V.

3.5.1 Rectifier and Battery Installation Requirements

Rectifier output characteristics  Rated voltage: -48 V  Rated current: Depends on capacity  Voltage range: - 46 ~ - 54 V  Ripple & Noise: rms 2mV and less (Voice Band, 200 Hz ~ 4KHz), rms 50mV and less (Other Band)  Input voltage stability (at full load):  5% and less  Output load stability (10 %~ 100 % Load): 5% and less Battery  Charge voltage: 53 V ~ 54 V  Rated current: Depends on capacity  Input voltage stability (at full load):  3% and less  Output load stability (10 %~ 100 % Load): 3% and less Installation site Since the system is an air-cooled type, it must be installed at a well-ventilated place allowing clearance 20cm or more around the body. Install the system at an indoor place maintaining a normal temperature with low dust and moisture. Wiring To prevent voltage drop, keep wiring as short as possible using cables of sufficient capacity.

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Power Cable Connection

-48V cable connection  Determine the length of power cables taking into account of SYS – rectifier and rectifier – battery voltage drop.  Pay attention to the cable color of -48V (blue) when assembling the cables.  Fix the cable to the terminal with a jig and do soldering.  Make sure to use an insulating shrink tube to prevent short circuit. Note) Use 14AWG stranded wire. GND cable connection  Determine the length of power cables taking into account of SYS – rectifier and rectifier – battery voltage drop.  Fix the cable to the terminal with a jig and do soldering.  Use GND (Red/Black) cable.  Make sure to use an insulating shrink tube to prevent short circuit. Cable size calculation

0.018 × Load Current (Amp) × Distance (m) Allowable voltage drop (V.D)

    

D: Power cable diameter (Cross section) 0.018: Specific resistance of wire Load Current: Total load current Distance: Power cable length Allowable voltage drop: Allowable voltage drop between power supply and load

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Rectifier Cable Connection

Rectifier cable connection diagram When PSUD is used for CM-MG, a rectifier is used to feed DC -48V power. Power and ground cable connected from the rectifier to the system should have the same size and length. Figure 3.5.1.3 below shows rectifier and MGC cable connection. Make sure to short FGND and LGND of the terminal block to the rectifier terminals.

Communication Ground Figure 3.5.1.3 Rectifier Cable Connection Diagram Make sure to turn off the -48V/BATT SW switch on the MGC rear panel before you connect power cables.

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iPECS-CM Installation manual 3.5.2 CM-MG Power Cable Connection AC power cord specification and connection AC power cord must be connected to use PSUA for CM-MG. Figure 3.5.2-1 shows AC power cord connection. To use PSUA, short FGND and LGND and connect them to the ground. Table 3.5.2-1 AC Cable Specification System Max Load Current Cable Specification Use the cable supplied together with CM-MG 4A PSUA

Figure 3.5.2-1 CM-MG AC Power Cord Connection and FGND - LGND Short When PSUA is Used Make sure to turn off the SW1 and SW2 switches to connect the power cord for AC power supply.

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iPECS-CM Installation manual Battery cable specification and connection When PSUA is used for CM-MG, connect the backup battery to prepare for power down as shown in Figure 3.5.2-2 below.

System CM-MG

Table 3.5.2-2 Battery Cable Specification Max Load Current Cable Specification 12A 3.6 mm2 or more

Figure 3.5.2-2 CM-MG Battery Cable Connection When PSUA is Used Connect the charged battery after switching off the -48V/BATT SW switch on the MGC rear panel. To charge/discharge the battery, press the BT RST button of the PSUA for 1 sec or more after initial installation. DC cable specification and connection When PSUD is used for CM-MG, connect the rectifier as shown in Figure 3.5.2-2 below. Make sure to connect FGND and LGND to the rectifier instead of the system.

System CM-MG

Table 3.5.2-3 DC cable specification Max Load Current Cable Specification 15 A 3.6 mm2 or more

(Based on cable length 10m, allowable voltage drop 0.5V)

Figure 3.5.2-3 CM-MG Power Cable Connection When PSUD is Used

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3.5.3 CM-1URM Power Cable Connection AC Power Cord specification Since the CM-1URM uses AC/DC power supply unit, PSUA-1U, the AC power cord must be connected. Table 3.5.3 AC Cable Specification Expected Max Load System Capacity Cable Specification Current Use the cable supplied CM-1URM 1A together with the CM-1URM

Figure 3.5.3

CM-1URM AC Power Cable Connection

Make sure to turn off the AC SW switch to connect the power cord for AC power supply.

3.5.4 PSUA Installation PSUA (AC/DC Power Supply Unit) is mounted in the CM-MG in a redundancy configuration. It distributes DC 54VDC and DC +5VDC output by receiving AC 230Vac from the power inlet on the MGC rear panel. Battery input/output is connected to the terminal block on the rear side of CM-MG. -48V output voltage is regulated to 54V for battery charging. LEDs PSUA provides the 6 status LEDs listed in Table 3.5.4 below: Table 3.5.4 PSUA LEDs

LED AC IN -48V

Description LED on when AC 230V input is normal (Green) LED on when -48Vdc output is normal (Green)

+5V

LED on when +5Vdc output is normal (Green) LED on when DC-48V input is received from the battery or the standby PSUA (Red)

BT DSC

Remark

-48V switch This switch is located on the PSUA front panel and is used to switch on/off the -48V (-54V) output. Battery reset switch This switch is located on the PSUA front panel. When the battery is connected for the first time or when both of PSUAs are removed and reinstalled while the battery is connected, press the battery reset switch for about 1 sec or more to receive DC-48V input from the battery.

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iPECS-CM Installation manual Output voltage adjustment Output voltage is adjusted using the variable resistors located on the front and rear sides on the left of PSUA. The variable resistor located on the front side is used to adjust -54V voltage and the one on the rear side is used to adjust +5V. Using a regular screwdriver, rotate the variable resistor clockwise to raise the voltage and counter clockwise to lower the voltage. AC power switch and AC power inlet AC input power on/off switch and AC inlet of PSUA are located on the MGC rear panel. Power inlet includes a fuse of T6.3A / L250V for the live line. Battery input/output switch The battery power on/off switch of PSUA is located above the MGC terminal block. Fuse PSUA includes a fuse of T6.3A/L250V. PSUA installation Figure 3.5.4 shows the process to install a PSUA.    

Install PSUAs at the top/bottom right slots of the cabinet in a redundancy configuration. Tighten the bolts on the front left/right of PSUAs to fix the PSUAs to the cabinet. Insert the power cord to the AC power inlet on the MGC rear panel. Turn on the AC switch to supply power. Note) Although PSUA basically supports hot swap, it is recommended to turn off the AC input power switch on the MGC rear panel before mounting the PSUA.

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Figure 3.5.4 PSUA Installation

3.5.5 PSUD Installation PSUD (DC/DC Power Supply Unit) is mounted in the CM-MG in a redundancy configuration and distributes DC +5VDC output by receiving DC -48VDC from the MGC terminal block. LEDs PSUD provides 3 status LEDs listed in the Table 3.5.5 below:

LED -48V +5V ALM

Table 3.5.5 PSUD LEDs Description

Remark

LED on when the -48Vdc input is normal (Green) LED on when the +5Vdc output is normal (Green); LED off in case of no output LED on when the +5Vdc output is low voltage (4.8V~3.5V); LED off when +5V goes off.

+5V switch This switch is located on the PSUD front panel and is used to switch on/off the +5V output. Output voltage adjustment Output voltage is adjusted using the variable resistor located on the right of PSUD. Using a regular screwdriver, rotate the variable resistor clockwise to raise the voltage and counter clockwise to lower the voltage.

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iPECS-CM Installation manual DC power switch and terminal block The DC input power on/off switch of PSUD is located above the terminal block on the MGC rear panel. DC-48V is fed to the terminal block. Fuse PSUD includes a fuse of T6.3A / L250V. PSUD installation Figure 3.5.5 shows the process to install a PSUD.  Install PSUDs at the upper/lower slots on the right of the cabinet in a redundancy configuration.  Tighten the bolts on the front left/right of PSUDs to fix the PSUDs to the cabinet.  Connect DC-48V input from the rectifier to the -48V pin of the terminal block on the MGC rear panel.  Turn on the DC switch to supply power. Note) PSUD supports hot swap.

Figure 3.5.5 PSUD Installation

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iPECS-CM Installation manual 3.5.6 PSUA-1U Installation PSUA-1U is delivered assembled in the 1URMC and -48V output voltage is adjusted to -50V. LEDs PSUA-1U provides two status LEDs listed in Table 3.5.6 below: Table 3.5.6 PSUA-1U LEDs

LED -48V +5V

Description LED on when the -48Vdc output is normal (Green) LED on when the +5Vdc output is normal (Green)

FAN

LED on when the 1URMC fan works normally (Green)

Remark

Output voltage adjustment Output voltage is adjusted using the variable resistors located on the front and rear sides of PSUA-1U. The variable resistor located on the front side is used to adjust -48V and the one on the rear side is used to adjust +5V. Using a Philips head screwdriver, rotate the variable resistor clockwise to raise the voltage and counter clockwise to lower the voltage. AC power switch and AC power inlet AC input power on/off switch and AC inlet of PSUA-1A are located on the 1URMC rear panel. AC power inlet includes a fuse of T6.3A / L250V for the live line. Fuse PSUA-1U includes a fuse of T6.3A/L250V.

3.6

Gateway Module Installation

3.6.1 Gateway Module Allocation Main rack, sub-rack and slot numbers are sequentially allocated to every gateway module based on registration in the WMS (Web. Management System) as described in iPECS-CM OAM Manual.

3.6.2 Gateway Module Mounting and Dismounting Gateway module can be easily mounted in a cabinet. Insert a gateway module into a desired slot by exactly aligning the gateway module connector to the back plane and fix it firmly by tightening the screws on both sides of the front panel. To dismount the gateway module, release the screws on both sides of the front panel and eject the module forward by pulling the ejector on the lateral side. Mount a gateway module in the order from step 1 to step 5 and dismount it in the reverse order of the mounting

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iPECS-CM Installation manual procedure as shown in Figure 3.6.2.

Figure 3.6.2 GW Module Mounting and Dismounting on MGC

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iPECS-CM Installation manual 3.6.3 Cable Connection Connectors to connect trunk, SLT, LAN, power and RS-232 are typically presented on the rear panel of the cabinet.

3.6.3.1

Trunk/Extension Champ Connector Cable Connection

Analog/digital trunks or SLTs are connected using the champ connector presented on the rear panel of the cabinet. Figure 3.6.3.1-1 shows the champ connector configuration. The system provides a receptacle to which the plug-in type connector is connected. Figure 3.6.3.1-2 shows the connection diagram for the vertical champ connector used where there is no space to move a cable on the right like the 19” rack. Figure 3.6.3.1-3 shows the connection diagram for the right angle type champ connector used where cables are wired on the right because rear access is unallowable. See Figure 3.6.3.2 for LAN wiring. Standard 2-wire 24 AWG or UTP5 cable is used for telephone communication. (Champ Connector Ass’y is an optional item )

Figure 3.6.3.1-1 Rear Panel Champ Connector Pin Layout

Figure 3.6.3.1-2 Vertical Champ Connector

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Figure 3.6.3.1-3 Right Angle Champ Connector

3.6.3.2

LAN Cable Connection

MGC supports Gigabit Ethernet as well as 10/100 Base-T and is linked to Ethernet switch through duplicated RJ45 connector. The 1URMC supports 10/100 Base-T Ethernet and is linked to the Ethernet switch through the RJ45 connector. MGC and 1URMC are connected to a single Ethernet switch as shown in Figure 3.6.3.2-1. In a redundancy configuration, duplicated Ethernet link cables of MGC are connected to each Ethernet switch as shown in Figure 3.6.3.2-2. Figure 3.6.3.2-3 shows LAN connector pin layout. Each connector provides green Link/Activity LED and orange LAN speed LED (ON for 100 Base-T). Each LAN cable must be category 5 Unshielded Twisted Pair (CAT 5 UTP) or category 6 Unshielded Twisted Pair (CAT 6 UTP) and its length should not exceed 100 meters.

Ethernet switch Figure 3.6.3.2-1 LAN Cable Connection of MGC and 1URMC (single switch is used)

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Ethernet switch A

Ethernet switch B

Figure 3.6.3.2-2 LAN Cable Connections of MGC and 1URMC (dual switches are used)

RX+ TX+ TX RX+ RX-

RXTX+ TXDC+

DC-

12345678

Yellow LED On = 100 M Off = 10 M

12345678

Green LED On = Link+ACT Flash = Activity Gateway & PoE8 UPLINK EIA 568B (MDI)

PoE Port EIA 568A (MDIX) w/Pwr TX+

RX+

TXRX+ RXDC+

RXTX+ TX -

DC-

12345678

12345678

IP Phone LAN port Port EIA 568B (MDI) w/Pwr

IP Phone PC Port port EIA 568A (MDIX)

Figure 3.6.3.2-3 LAN Connector (RJ-45) Pin Assignment

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LAN Wiring Structure

The LAN wiring architecture used for connecting iPECS-CM to the LAN is dependent upon several factors including: - Shared or iPECS only LAN infrastructure - External VoIP calling requirements - Voice and data network separation or modification in the legacy network - IP phone power option: Adapter or PoE When the network is shared with other systems, a PC can be connected to the PC port of LIP phone using a standard LAN cable. In the shared environment, both data and voice will have access to the WAN, which also permits external VoIP calling.

3.6.3.4

RS-232 Connections

The DB-9 connector located on the rear panel of the cabinet is an RS-232 serial port. The connector is employed to provide system trace and diagnostic routines for the individual gateway modules. Two duplicated ports are provided.

For iPECS-CM RS-232 cable pin assignments, refer to Figure 3.6.3.4

Figure 3.6.3.4 RS-232 DB-9 – Pin Assignments

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iPECS-CM Installation manual 3.6.4 CM-S2K Installation When CM-S2K is mounted in a cabinet, it can be installed in any of the 6 slots but it is recommended to install in the top slot, Slot 1 of MGC. It can also be installed in 1URMC for stand-alone operation. The CM-S2K includes a battery to maintain BIOS information in the event of power down. A replaceable holder type battery is used and the minimum lifetime of the battery is 10 years. The CM-S2K displays critical errors, HDD access status and software information with the LEDs on the front panel.

If CM-S2K needs to be unplugged, the shutdown of CM-S2K should be done first. LEDs

LED No.

Name

LED Description

LED 1

FAULT

Red LED on when CM-S2K is abnormal

LED 2

HDD

LED 3

TASK1

Reserved for S/W

LED 4

TASK2

Reserved for S/W

Green LED blink in the event of SATA HDD disk access

Table 3.6.4 CM-S2K Status LEDs Ethernet port LEDs Each Ethernet port carries 2 LEDs (LED0, LED1) indicating the Ethernet speed. 10 M : LED0, LED1 OFF(T/RX) 100 M : LED0 Blink (T/RX) 1000 M: LED1 Blink (T/RX) VGA/USB port VGA monitor and various devices such as USB keyboard, mouse, memory stick, speaker, etc. can be connected for CM-S2K operation. Those products connected to USB such as keyboard/mouse should comply with the applicable safety standards.

Buzzer (BZ1)

Buzzer notifies fault status of the CPU module with an audible error code (beep code).

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Coin or Cell Type Lithium battery Coin type lithium battery inserted in the holder is used to maintain the BIOS information of the CPU module.

Battery holder

Coin type lithium battery

- Pay attention to the polarity when replacing the battery. The system will not properly work if the battery is replaced inexactly. - Make sure to replace the battery with the recommended type (CR2032, 3V). - Treat the used battery in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions. - Pay attention to the polarity when replacing the battery. Also be careful about short circuit when inserting it into the holder. - Let the ╈ polarity face upward and insert the battery while pressing the Θ pin of the holder until the ╈pin presses the upper side of the battery.

LAN cable connection To connect the LAN cable of CM-S2K to an external Ethernet switch, connect the cable to the RJ45 connector on the front side of the module. If the front cover of MGC is closed, make a through-hole for the cable at the bottom left on the front cover and connect the cable to the outside as shown in Figure 3.6.5.

Figure 3.6.4 CM-S2K LAN Cable Connection

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iPECS-CM Installation manual 3.6.5 CM-S30K/S2K Redundancy Connection Redundancy connection Both CM-S30K and CM-S2K provide 2 Gigabit Ethernet ports. These ports are connected for cable link redundancy as shown in Figure 3.6.5-1~4. When a single Ethernet switch is used without redundancy, all cables are connected to the Ethernet switch as shown in Figure 3.6.5-1,2. When duplicated switches are used, duplicated CM-S30K/CM-S2K are connected to different switches as shown in Figure 3.6.5-3,4. CM-S10K can be connected in the same way as CM-S30K. Duplicated CM-S2Ks can be installed in different MGCs as shown in Figure 3.6.5-2 or can be installed in the same MGC as shown in Figure 3.6.5-4. For further information on redundancy connection and description, see the iPECS-CM Software Manual. Ethernet switch

Active Communication Server

Standby Communication Server

Figure 3.6.5-1 CM-S30K Redundancy Connection (One Ethernet switch is used) Ethernet switch

Active Communication Server(S2K)

Standby Communication Server (S2K)

Figure 3.6.5-2 CM-S2K Redundancy Connection (One Ethernet switch is used)

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Ethernet switch

Active Communication Server

Ethernet switch

Standby Communication Server

Figure 3.6.5-3 Redundancy Connection for CM-S30K and Ethernet Switch

Ethernet switch

Ethernet switch

Active Communication Server(S2K)

Standby Communication Server (S2K)

Figure 3.6.5-4 Redundancy Connection for CM-S2K and Ethernet Switch

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iPECS-CM Installation manual 3.6.6 MATM Installation MATM can be mounted in both MGC and 1URMC. When mounted in the MGC, it can be installed in any slot. Hot swap is supported to enable mounting/dismounting while power is applied to MGC/1URMC. LEDs

Table 3.6.6 MATM Status LEDs LED Name FAULT ACT LAN ACT LAN_SPD Port (1~ 16)



LED Function CPU status F/W status Ethernet traffic status (External port) Ethernet speed (External port) Port status

LED Description Off – Normal, On – Fault/Reset Blink in active Blink at LAN TX/RX ON=100Mbps, OFF=10Mbps ON= seized, OFF= idle Others: Blink twice at call manager access

Analog trunk types and option modules Trunk Type

Option Module

Remark

CO

COIU (Central Office Interface Unit)

LD

LDIU (Loop Dial Interface Unit)

E&M

EMIU (E&M Interface Unit)

* Each option module provides 4 ports and 4 option modules can be mounted in the MATM module. Different types of option modules can be mixedly used.

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COIU/LDIU/EMIU option module installation

Option module matching the S/W data must be installed at the specified position of MATM.

COIU/LDIU/EMIU

Port 1~4 Port 5~8

Port 9~12 Port 13~16

Figure 3.6.6 MATM Option Module Installation

- Mount or dismount an option module without power applied to the MATM and option module under an antielectrostatic environment. - Pay attention not to be pricked or scratched by pins of the option module when you mount or dismount an option module. - Check that the option module is exactly inserted (Pay attention not to let the module overturned or the connector thrust aside.) * To dismount an option module: - Hold the two round groove parts on the left of the module with your left hand and slowly take out the module while twisting it little by little by holding the PCB edge on the right of the module.

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Champ connector wiring (CO/LD)

Port No.

Signal Name

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

TIP0 TIP1 TIP2 TIP3 TIP4 TIP5 TIP6 TIP7 TIP8 TIP9 TIP10 TIP11 TIP12 TIP13 TIP14 TIP15 -

Champ Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

Signal Name 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64

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Champ connector wiring (2-wire E&M)

Port No.

Signal Name

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

TIP0 TIP1 TIP2 TIP3 TIP4 TIP5 TIP6 TIP7 TIP8 TIP9 TIP10 TIP11 TIP12 TIP13 TIP14 TIP15 E0 E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6 E7 E8 E9 E10 E11 E12 E13 E14 E15

Champ Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

Signal Name 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64

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RING0 RING1 RING2 RING3 RING4 RING5 RING6 RING7 RING8 RING9 RING10 RING11 RING12 RING13 RING14 RING15 M0 M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6 M7 M8 M9 M10 M11 M12 M13 M14 M15

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Champ connector wiring (4-wire E&M)

Port No.

Signal Name

1

TIP0_TX TIP0_RX TIP1_TX TIP1_RX TIP2_TX TIP2_RX TIP3_TX TIP3_RX TIP4_TX TIP4_RX TIP5_TX TIP5_RX TIP6_TX TIP6_RX TIP7_TX TIP7_RX E0 E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6 E7 -

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Champ Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

Signal Name 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64

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RING0_TX RING0_RX RING1_TX RING1_RX RING2_TX RING2_RX RING3_TX RING3_RX RING4_TX RING4_RX RING5_TX RING5_RX RING6_TX RING6_RX RING7_TX RING7_RX M0 M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6 M7 -

iPECS-CM Installation manual 3.6.7 DSLM Installation DSLM can be mounted on both MGC and 1URMC. When mounted on the MGC, it can be installed in any slot. Hot swap is supported to enable mounting/dismounting while power is applied to MGC/1URMC. LEDs

The LEDs presented on the DSLM front panel are listed in the table below:

Table 3.6.7 DSLM Status LEDs

LED

LED Function

Description

Fault

CPU status

Off–Normal, On – Fault (or reset)

ACT

Module status

Blink at active

Ethernet traffic (External port)

Off – No traffic,

Blink - Traffic On - 100 Mbps

L_ACT 100M

Ethernet speed (External port)

Off - 10 Mbps,

1 ~ 32

Channel-specific status

Off – Not Connected, On – Idle, Blink – Busy

Wiring Connectors One 64-pin champ connector is connected to each slot on the rear side of MGC or 1URMC. DSLM is connected to the digital attendant console through this connector.  Wire each champ connector to a digital attendant console/MDF.  Tag or number wiring for maintenance.

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Description

Pin No

Pin No

Description

Port 1 TIP Port 2 TIP Port 3 TIP Port 4 TIP Port 5 TIP Port 6 TIP Port 7 TIP Port 8 TIP Port 9 TIP Port 10 TIP Port 11 TIP Port 12 TIP Port 13 TIP Port 14 TIP Port 15 TIP Port 16 TIP Port 17 TIP Port 18 TIP Port 19 TIP Port 20 TIP Port 21 TIP Port 22 TIP Port 23 TIP Port 24 TIP Port 25 TIP Port 26 TIP Port 27 TIP Port 28 TIP Port 29 TIP Port 30 TIP Port 31 TIP Port 32 TIP

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64

Port 1 RING Port 2 RING Port 3 RING Port 4 RING Port 5 RING Port 6 RING Port 7 RING Port 8 RING Port 9 RING Port 10 RING Port 11 RING Port 12 RING Port 13 RING Port 14 RING Port 15 RING Port 16 RING Port 17 RING Port 18 RING Port 19 RING Port 20 RING Port 21 RING Port 22 RING Port 23 RING Port 24 RING Port 25 RING Port 26 RING Port 27 RING Port 28 RING Port 29 RING Port 30 RING Port 31 RING Port 32 RING

Figure 3.6.7 DSLM Champ Connector Pin Layout

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iPECS-CM Installation manual 3.6.8 ASLM Installation ASLM can be mounted on both MGC and 1URMC. When mounted on the MGC, it can be installed in any of the 6 slots. It can also be installed stand alone in 1URM. LEDs

LEDs presented on the ASLM front panel are listed in the table below: Table 3.6.8 ASLM Status LEDs LED FAULT ACT

LED Function

Description

CPU status

Off–Normal, On – Fault (or reset)

Module status

Blink at active

L_ACT

Ethernet traffic (External port)

Off – No traffic,

100M

Ethernet speed (External port)

Off - 10 Mbps, On - 100 Mbps

1 ~ 32

Blink - Traffic

Off – on-hook(idle) On – off-hook(busy) Blink – Ring supplied

Wiring Connectors To mount ASLM on the 1URMC, connect it to the iPECS-CM system through the RJ-45 connector marked “LAN” on the rear side.

There is a champ 64 pin (LB) connector connected through the PCB edge on the rear side:  Wire each champ connector to an SLT device/MDF.  Tag or number wiring for maintenance.

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Description

Pin No

Pin No

Description

Port 1 TIP Port 2 TIP Port 3 TIP Port 4 TIP Port 5 TIP Port 6 TIP Port 7 TIP Port 8 TIP Port 9 TIP Port 10 TIP Port 11 TIP Port 12 TIP Port 13 TIP Port 14 TIP Port 15 TIP Port 16 TIP Port 17 TIP Port 18 TIP Port 19 TIP Port 20 TIP Port 21 TIP Port 22 TIP Port 23 TIP Port 24 TIP Port 25 TIP Port 26 TIP Port 27 TIP Port 28 TIP Port 29 TIP Port 30 TIP Port 31 TIP Port 32 TIP

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64

Port 1 RING Port 2 RING Port 3 RING Port 4 RING Port 5 RING Port 6 RING Port 7 RING Port 8 RING Port 9 RING Port 10 RING Port 11 RING Port 12 RING Port 13 RING Port 14 RING Port 15 RING Port 16 RING Port 17 RING Port 18 RING Port 19 RING Port 20 RING Port 21 RING Port 22 RING Port 23 RING Port 24 RING Port 25 RING Port 26 RING Port 27 RING Port 28 RING Port 29 RING Port 30 RING Port 31 RING Port 32 RING

Figure 3.6.8 ASLM Champ Connector Pin Layout

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iPECS-CM Installation manual 3.6.9 ASLM-MW Installation ASLM-MW can be mounted on both MGC and 1URMC. When mounted on the MGC, it can be installed in any of the 6 slots. It can also be installed stand alone in 1URM. LEDs

LEDs presented on the ASLM-MW front panel are listed in the table below:

Table 3.6.9 ASLM Status LEDs LED FAULT

LED Function

Description

CPU status

Off–Normal, On – Fault (or reset)

Module status

Blink at active

L_ACT

Ethernet traffic (External port)

Off – No traffic,

100M

Ethernet speed (External port)

Off - 10 Mbps, On - 100 Mbps

ACT

1 ~ 32

Blink - Traffic

Off – on-hook(idle) On – off-hook(busy) Blink – Ring supplied

Wiring Connectors To mount ASLM on the 1URMC, connect it to the iPECS-CM system through the RJ-45 connector marked “LAN” on the rear side. There is a champ 64 pin (LB) connector connected through the PCB edge on the rear side:  Wire each champ connector to an SLT device/MDF.  Tag or number wiring for maintenance.

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Description

Pin No

Pin No

Description

Port 1 TIP Port 2 TIP Port 3 TIP Port 4 TIP Port 5 TIP Port 6 TIP Port 7 TIP Port 8 TIP Port 9 TIP Port 10 TIP Port 11 TIP Port 12 TIP Port 13 TIP Port 14 TIP Port 15 TIP Port 16 TIP Port 17 TIP Port 18 TIP Port 19 TIP Port 20 TIP Port 21 TIP Port 22 TIP Port 23 TIP Port 24 TIP Port 25 TIP Port 26 TIP Port 27 TIP Port 28 TIP Port 29 TIP Port 30 TIP Port 31 TIP Port 32 TIP

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64

Port 1 RING Port 2 RING Port 3 RING Port 4 RING Port 5 RING Port 6 RING Port 7 RING Port 8 RING Port 9 RING Port 10 RING Port 11 RING Port 12 RING Port 13 RING Port 14 RING Port 15 RING Port 16 RING Port 17 RING Port 18 RING Port 19 RING Port 20 RING Port 21 RING Port 22 RING Port 23 RING Port 24 RING Port 25 RING Port 26 RING Port 27 RING Port 28 RING Port 29 RING Port 30 RING Port 31 RING Port 32 RING

Figure 3.6.9 ASLM-MW Champ Connector Pin Layout

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iPECS-CM Installation manual 3.6.10 MDTM Installation MDTM can be installed in any of the 6 slots of MGC and can also be installed in the 1URMC. Hot Swap is supported to enable mounting/dismounting while power is applied to the cabinet. LEDs The MDTM provides a Reset S/W, 8 LEDs for diagnostics and function display and 32 channel status LEDs shown in the Table 3.6.10 below:

Part

Description

1

Module LEDs

Display service mode and channel status of the module

2

Reset SW

A tact push switch to reset the module

Table 3.6.10 MDTM Status LEDs LED Name

Color

Function

Description

1

FAULT

RED

CPU status

Off–Normal, On – Fault (or reset)

2

ACT

GREEN

ACT

PRI/SS7: Blink in L2 normal, ON in L3 normal E1/T1: Blink in normal

3

LINE

GREEN

LINE ACT

LED ON at synchronization with remote digital trunk

4

CLKS

GREEN

Master/Slave Clock

OFF at E1 / T1 service in master mode; On in slave mode

5

E1/T1

GREEN

LINE E1/T1

Module service mode. European mode (E1 ON)’ American mode ( T1 ON)

6

PRI

GREEN

PROTOCOL LED

LED ON when PRI is used

7

SS7

GREEN

PROTOCOL LED

LED ON when Signaling System No.7 is used

8

CH1~32

GREEN

Channel LED

LED corresponding to the channel is ON when a channel is in service.

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iPECS-CM Installation manual Wiring Connectors A champ connector to connect E1 / T1 / PRI / SS7 lines is presented on the rear side of MGC / 1URMC in which the MDTM is mounted. 

Champ connector wiring (MDTM) Champ Pin No.

Signal Name TX+ RX+ -

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

Signal Name 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64

TXRX-

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Protocol S/W and Shunt Setting The MDTM module provides E1 / T1 / PRI / SS7 selection switches to select protocols depending on service type. Figure 3.6.10-2 below shows the case where just the E1 line is used.

Figure 3.6.10-2 Protocol Selection Switch The MDTM module provides header pins to set lines to change impedance based on E1 / T1 line interface. Figure 3.6.10-3 below shows shunt change depending on E1 / T1 use.

Figure 3.6.10-3 E1 / T1 Line Switch

3.6.11 VPCM Installation VPCM can be mounted in both MGC and 1URMC. When mounted in the MGC, it can be installed in any slot. Hot Swap is supported to enable mounting/dismounting while power is applied to the cabinet. LEDs

LEDs presented on the VPCM front panel are listed in the table below

Table 3.6.11 VPCM Status LEDs

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Description

Fault

Main processor status

Off – Normal, On – Fault

CFC

CFC Present / Active

Off - Idle, On - Present/Active

L_ACT

Ethernet traffic (External port)

Off – No traffic, Blink - Traffic

100M

Ethernet speed (External port)

Off - 10 Mbps, On - 100 Mbps

VPROG

FPGA configuration (VPC)

Off – Normal, On – Fault

SPROG

FPGA configuration (SRTP)

Off – Normal, On – Fault

CLA

Ethernet traffic (CPU)

Off – No traffic, Blink - Traffic

CLS

Ethernet speed (CPU)

Off - 10 Mbps, On - 100 Mbps

STX

SRTP Tx traffic

Off – No traffic, Blink - Traffic

SRX

SRTP Rx traffic

Off – No traffic, Blink - Traffic

DSP

DSP diagnostic mode

Off – No diagnostics, Blink – Diagnostics in progress

VPC

256 ms interrupt service status

Off – Normal, On – Fault

Software operation status

Blink - Normal, Off/On – Fault

Software functions

Software run status

VPCM GW registration

Off – Not registered, On – Registered

Software function

Software run status

1 2~4 5 6~8

3.7

LED Function

Checklist after System Power On

After CM-MG and CM-1URM power on, check the system as follows: CM-MG Switch on the power unit (PSUA or PSUD) and check from the front LED that power is normally supplied. Check the system alarm and operation status using the menu buttons of the LCDU. (If alarm is created in the system after power on, contact LG-Ericsson’s local service center or perform troubleshooting with the Service Manual.)  Check on front panel of the power unit 1. PSUD power on check (Sequential check) 1) Turn on the -48V input switch (-48V/BATT SW) on the MGC rear panel and check that -48V LED is lighted on the PSUD front panel. 2) Turn on the +5V output switch (+5V SW) on the front panel and check that +5V LED is lighted on the PSUD front panel. 3) Turn off the +5V output switch (+5V SW) on the front panel and check that +5V LED on the PSUD front panel turns off and that the ALM LED turns on and then off after a while (The ALM LED indicating low voltage alarm is lighted when the power is +4.6 ~ +4.8V.). 2. PSUA power on check (Sequential check) 1) Turn on the AC input switch (SW1) on the MGC rear panel and check that the AC IN LED is lighted on the front panel of the upper PSUA. 2) Turn on the -48V output switch (-48V SW) on the front panel of the upper PSUA and check that -48V

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iPECS-CM Installation manual LED and +5V LED are lighted on the PSUA front panel. At this time, the +5V LED of the lower PSUA will also be lighted if mounted (Redundancy operation). 3) Turn on the AC input switch (SW2) on the MGC rear panel and check that the AC IN LED is lighted on the front panel of the lower PSUA. 4) Turn on the -48V output switch (-48V SW) on the front panel of the lower PSUA and check that -48V LED is lighted on the PSUA front panel. (+5V LED is already on by PSUA redundancy) 3. Battery operation check (Sequential check) 1) After connecting the battery to the terminal block on the MGC rear panel (See battery installation), turn on the battery switch (-48V/BATT SW) on the MGC rear panel and press the BT RST button of the PSUA for longer than 1 sec to properly charge the battery. 2) To check that battery discharge normally takes place, turn off the AC input switch (SW1, SW2) on the MGC rear panel. Check that the BT DSC LED (RED) of PSUA turns on and that -48V LED and +5V LED maintain ON. 4. Check power alarm and voltage level on the LCDU 1) Check the power alarm and voltage level of duplicated –48V and +5V power by sequentially pressing the menu buttons of the LCDU (For further information, see the LCDU button description below.)

The status changes with the menu button pressed.

Figure 3.7-1 CM-MG Front Panel (PSUD mounted)

Connect the LAN cable to the LAN connector (RJ45) LAN1, LAN2 on the CM-MG rear panel and check the LED status.

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Green LED turns on when the LAN is connected.

LAN speed LED (Orange) turns on in case of 100 Base-T.

Figure 3.7-2 CM-MG Rear Panel (PSUA mounted)

CM-1URM Turn on the 1URMC power switch and check from the front LED that power is normally supplied. 

1URMC front LED check

1. 1URMC power on check (Sequential check) 1) Turn on the AC input switch (AC SW) on the 1URMC rear panel and check that the -48V LED and +5V LED are lighted on the front panel. 2. FAN operation check (Sequential check) 1) Turn on the AC input switch (AC SW) on the 1URMC rear panel and check that the fan runs and the FAN LED turns on. Check LEDs.

CM-MG status check on the LCDU 1. Initial display (Before CM Server access)

After CM-Server access (blinking 3~4 times)

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iPECS-CM Installation manual 2. Date and time display (Displays current date and time)

3. Temperature/humidity display (Temperature in ℃(Celsius), relative humidity)

4. System voltage display

5. SIO status display - Displays the module monitored through SIO1 and SIO2 on the rear panel. - Default: SIO1-GW1, SIO2: LANU - 1~6: GW1~GW6 (GW1 at the top of MGC), L: LANU

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iPECS-CM Installation manual 6. LAN Link (Ethernet Link) status display - Displays link status of each module and LAN1 and LAN2 on the rear panel - LAN1, LANU – 10/100/1000(Giga) - :100Mbps, :10Mbps, G:1000Mbps (Giga Link)

7. LANU MAC display

8. LANU IP display

9. LANU F/W version display

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11. LANU alarm status display - Critical, Major, Minor Diagnostic status

12. Power/FAN Alarm display

Normal

- Power/FAN Alarm is displayed in the event of power/fan fault. - The initial screen is displayed when the alarm is cleared. - PWR: PSUA/PSUD Alarm - FAN: FAN Alarm - 1,2:PSUA/PSUD, FAN indication - Blinking in the event of an alarm

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Appendix. Useful information

Open Source Software Notice This following GPL (General Public License), Apache software used in this product are subject to the GPL/Apache License Agreements. You can obtain a copy of the GPL/Apache licenses from LG-Ericsson Web Site (http://www.lgericsson.com). WMS Apache License: 1. Tomcat Xclusterd GPL License: 1. Linux-HA iPECS-CM Gateway GPL License: 1. u-boot 2. linux 3. busybox LG-Ericsson offers to provide source code to you on CD-ROM for a charge covering the cost of performing such distribution, such as the cost of media, shipping and handling upon e-mail request to LG-Ericsson at. : [email protected] This offer is valid for a period of three (3) years from the date of the distribution of this product by LG-Ericsson.

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