Table of Contents Introduction 1-7 KX-TD500 Basic and Expansion Shelf 8-16 TD500 Cards 17 CPU Card KX-TD50101 18-21 TSW Card KX-TD50102 22-26 New KX-TD500 Cards 27-33 Other Cards Supported 34-53 System Construction 54-58 System Configuration 59-62 System Startup 63-65 Hardware Addressing 66- Maintenance Console Software 80-90
Table of Contents Activity Three 91 Activity Four 92-98 Activity Five 99 Activity Six 100 Activity Seven 101-102 T1 103-122 Activity Eight 123-128 Activity Nine 129
KX-TD500Digital Super Hybrid • This TD-based system will offer a smooth upgrade path for 2-cabinet TD1232 users as well as a starter system for the medium-sized businesses or high-end residential users
KX-TD500Digital Super Hybrid • The system will provide the TD dealers with a larger system size, but offer a similar programming and user interface as currently offered by the TD308/816/1232. • The major differences between the existing TD line of systems and the KX-TD500 includes a new Windows-based programming tool, and the universal slot design.
KX-TD500 System Outline • The KX-TD500 consists of a basic shelf and up to two expansion shelves. • The systems features a universal slot design enabling station, CO, and other function cards to be installed into free slots in the cabinets.
Basic ShelfKX-TD500 • The Basic Shelf is the initial building-block of the KX-TD500 system allowing a single-cabinet system to be configured with up to a maximum of 192 ports. • The Basic Shelf then provides the foundation on which the system can be expanded by use of expansion shelves to configure a system up a maximum of 512 ports.
Basic ShelfKX-TD500 • The Basic Shelf houses the system’s common control cards including the Central Processing Unit (CPU) card and the Time Switch (TSW) card. • Only the TSW card is included with the Basic Shelf which includes the DOHCA and TSW-CONF cards • The CPU card is available separately.
Basic ShelfKX-TD500 • 12 Free Slots (FS1-FS12) are available in the Basic Shelf and can be carded with CO, station, or other function cards as required by the installations application. • If the installation location requires more than the 12 slot configuration supports, the system can be expanded by attaching 2 additional Expansion Shelves to the upper portion of the Basic Shelf
Basic Shelf Includes: • Top panel with 3 LED indicators (Run,Offline,Alarm) • 2 Female RS-232C connectors • One for Programming • One for SMDR • An AC Power connector
Basic Shelf Includes: • Primary AC Power Supply with: • Main Power Switch • Grounding Terminal • AC outputs for Expansion Shelves • Shelf Power Supply with: • Power Switch • Power LED Indicator • Fuse • KX-A46 interface connector
Basic Shelf Includes: • Shelf Cooling Fan • SLT Ring Generator • Mounting Brackets • Side Panels • Lower Panel • Front Door with Lock
Expansion ShelfKX-TD520 • The KX-TD520 Expansion Shelf can be installed onto the Basic Shelf adding on a maximum of 216 additional ports. This provides a two-cabinet system with a maximum configuration of 408 ports. • A second Expansion Shelf could then be added bring the system up to its maximum port configuration of 512 ports.
Expansion Shelves Include: • 14 Free Slots (FS1-FS14) • A Shelf Power Supply with: • Power Switch • Power LED Indicator • Fuse • KX-A46 Interface Connector • Shelf Cooling Fan • SLT Ring Generator
Expansion Shelves Include: • Side Panels • Front Door with Lock • Data and Power Connecting Cables • Mounting Hardware
TD500 Cards • Basic Cards • Basic Slot 1 = CPU Card, purchased from parts • Basic Slot 2 = TSW Card, Factory Installed • Extension Cards • Trunk Cards • Resource Cards • Other Cards
KX-TD50101 CPU Card • 386-based Main Central Processing Unit Card residing in the Basic Shelf • This card provides control and call processing data for all system functions including TSW control, power down and system clock alarms • Main components include 80386 CPU, RAM, ROM, memory backup lithium battery
KX-TD50101 CPU Card • CPU card also includes circuitry for the RS-232C connectors • “System” and “Mode” switches are 10 position rotary switches located on the front edge of the CPU card along with the push reset switch. • The “System” switch is not used in the US version.
KX-TD50101 CPU Card • The “Mode” switch is used to determine the startup condition of the system. Although it is a 10 position switch, only 4 position are utilized for normal operations.
KX-TD50101 CPU Card • Mode switch positions are: • Position 1 On-line while holding current data • Position 0,2,3,9 On-line Same function as 1 • Position 4 Off-line holding current data • Position 5 Off-line while defaulting system • Position 6 ON-LINE with “backdoor” password • Position 7 Off-line factory finished product testing • Position 8 Off-line factory finished product testing
KX-TD50102 TSW Card • The Time Switch (TSW) card provides the systems voice switching matrix including 72 3- party conferencing circuits • The TSW card generates all audible call progress tones, including dial tone, busy tone, reorder and ringback tones
KX-TD50102 TSW Card • The TSW card also provides an interface for 2 Music on Hold inputs (9/64” mini-plug) and 2 External Paging output jacks (RCA plugs) with volume adjustments • Two daughter boards are attached to the TSW card • KX-TD50104 • KX-TD50105
TSW Cards • The KX-TD50104 TSW-CONF Expansion Card adds an additional 64 3-party conference circuit to the basic 8 provided by the TSW card • The KX-TD50105 DOHCA card allows for OHCA for Digital Proprietary station cards • Both of these cards play an important role in Digital Voice Mail integration
TSW Card • The KX-TD50104 TSW-CONF card provides 3-party conferencing capability. This includes the three DPITS integration features Two-way Record, Two-way Transfer, and Live Call Screening. • Each of these features requires the use of conference circuit
TSW Card • The KX-TD50105 DOHCA card provides for DPT OHCA by providing TSW circuitry to support the second “B” channel for DPT telephones and DPITS integrated voice mail ports • The KX-TD50105 DOHCA card must be installed for DPITS voice mail integration to work
New KX-TD500 Cards include: • These cards will only operate in a KX-TD500 • KX-TD50170-Digital Hybrid Line Card (DHLC) • KX-TD50172-Digital Line Card (DLC) • KX-TD50175-Enhanced Single Line Card (ESLC) • KX-TD50180-Enhanced Loop Central Office Trunk (ELCOT) • KX-TD50197-Enhanced Remote Card (ERMT)
KX-TD50170Digital Hybrid Line Card • The DHLC supports 8 analog proprietary telephones or 8 digital proprietary and 8 SLT telephones (XDP or parallel) • This card supports 7000 and 7400 series telephones as well as SLT’s • See right side of page 2-41 in Installation Manual for block wiring
KX-TD50170Digital Hybrid Line Card • OHCA using the KX-T7436/7130 is supported without any additional cards installed on the station card. (The KX-TD50105 card must be installed on the TSW card for OCHA to the KX-T7436)
KX-TD50172Digital Line Card • The DLC supports 16 digital proprietary telephones (7400 series) and DSS consoles • No SLT’s are will operate on this card • See right side of page 2-44 in Installation Manual for block wiring
KX-TD50175Enhanced Single Line Card • The ESLC supports 16 single line telephones with Message Waiting Lamp compatibility • No proprietary telephones will operate on this card • ESLC has 4 DTMF receivers • See right side of page 2-42 in Installation Manual for block wiring
KX-TD50180Enhanced Loop CO Trunk • The ELCOT card supports 8 Loop Start Central Office lines • When two optional KX-TD193 Caller ID cards are installed, Central Office Caller ID is provided to proprietary display telephones • See page 2-55 in Installation Manual for block wiring
KX-TD50197Enhanced Remote Card • The ERMT card is a modem card (V.34) used for remote administration.
Other Cards Supported by the KX-TD500 • The following cards were previously supported by the KX-T336, and in the case of the KX-TD193, the KX-TD816/1232, and provide the same functions and capabilities. • Refer to KX-TD500 optional card compatibility chart for more information
Other Cards Supported by the KX-TD500 • KX-T96170 - 8 Station Hybrid Line Card (HLC) • KX-T96172 - 8 Station Proprietary Line Card (PLC) • KX-T96174 - 8 Station Single Line Card (SLC) • KX-T96175 - 8 Station Single Line Card with Message Waiting Lamp compatibility (SLCM) • KX-T96180 - 8 Loop Start Central Office Trunk card (LCOT) • KX-T96181 - 8 Ground Start Central Office Trunk card (GCOT)
Other Cards Supported by the KX-TD500 • KX-T96182 - 4 DID Trunk card (DID) • KX-T96185 - 4 Station Off-Premise extension card (OPX) • KX-T96186 - Off Premise Extension Power Unit • KX-T96187 - T1 card (T1) • KX-T96161 - Doorphone card (DPH) • KX-T96191 - DISA card (DISA) • KX-T96193 - Automatic Gain Control card (AGC)
Other Cards Supported by the KX-TD500 • KX-T96196 - 1200 bps Remote card (RMT) • KX-T96136 - OHCA card for HLC and PLC cards (OHCA) • KX-TD193 - Caller ID card for ELCOT card (CID)
KX-T96170 • Hybrid Line Card (HLC) • Each card provides 8 Hybrid extension ports • Either a Analog Proprietary Telephones (7000 series) or a single line telephones can be connected to this card • See right side of page 2-41 in Installation Manual for block wiring
KX-T96172 • Proprietary Line Card (PLC) • Each card provides 8 proprietary extension ports • Only Analog Proprietary Telephones (7000 Series) can be connected to this card • See right side of page 2-41 in Installation Manual for block wiring
KX-T96174 • Single Line Telephone card (SLC) • Each card provides 8 single line extension ports • Only single line telephones can be connected to this card • See right side of page 2-41 in Installation Manual for block wiring
KX-T96175 • Single Line Card with Message Waiting (SLC-M) • Each card supports 8 single line extensions with Message Waiting lamps • See right side of page 2-41 in Installation Manual for block wiring
KX-T96180 • Loop Start Central Office Card (LCOT) • Each card allows 8 Loop Start Central Office lines to be connected to the system • See page 2-55 in Installation Manual for block wiring
KX-T96181 • Ground Start Central Office Card (GCOT) • Each card allows 8 Ground Start Central Office lines to be connected to the system • See page 2-55 in Installation Manual for block wiring
KX-T96182 • Direct Inward Dialing Trunk Card (DID) • Each card allows 4 DID Central Office lines to be connected to the system • This card will accept pulse signaling only • System interface is modular (RJ-11C)
KX-T96185 and KX-T96186 • KX-T96185--Off Premise EXtension Card (OPX) • KX-T96186--Off Premise Extension Power Supply • An OPX card and Power Supply provides 4 OPX single line telephones only • Both OPX units are required when a single line telephone must be placed in another building or location • System interface is modular (RJ-11C)
KX-T96187 • T-1 Card • Up to 8 T1 cards can be installed in the KX-TD500 • Frame Formats D4/SF or ESF • Line Coding AMI or B8ZS • Channel Types LCO/GCO/DID/OPX/TIE • System interface is RJ-48C (See page 2-53 in Installation Manual for cable configuration)
KX-T96187 • The T1 card can only be installed in slots 1 (2), 5 (6), and 9 (10). • The slot immediately adjacent to the right of each T1 card must be left empty as indicated above by the slot number that are parenthesized.
KX-T96161 • Doorphone card • Provides 4 Doorphones and 4 dry contact relays • 2 card per system
KX-T96191 • Direct Inward Station Access card (DISA) • Each DISA card can be programmed to provide one of three functions. • Basic 4 port automated attendant or; • Outgoing Message for Uniform Call Distribution • Timed Reminder OGM • 8 DISA cards can be installed in the system
KX-T96193 • Automatic Gain Control card (AGC) • Each card provides 4 gain controlled CO to CO conference circuits • 8 AGC cards can be installed in the system