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KX-NCP1000 KX-NCP500 MPR V1.0

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KX-NCP1000 KX-NCP500 MPR V1.0

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  1. KX-NCP1000 KX-NCP500 MPR V1.0 Not Final Not Final 25 Aug. 2008 Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd.

  2. Introduction -1 Network Communication Platform • Panasonic Network Communication Platforms provide cost effective solutions for small to medium business Market. • The solutions provide: • Extensive business telephony communicationsover local and broadband Networks • Enables Businesses to implement Unified Communications • Provides feature rich mobility solutions • Increases user and business productivity • Reduces complexity and cost

  3. Introduction -2 Network Communication Platform • The systems are designed for: • Installation into standard IT equipment racks • Supports a range of • IP Telephone devices (MGCP, SIP) • Digital, & Analogue Telephone devices • Digital, Analogue & IP network connections • Integrated Applications • System Hardware Comprises of • Main Processor Card • Power Supply (as standard) Standard 19” Rack Installation

  4. Concept -1 TDA MPR5 TDE MPR2 NCP MPR1 Same function level TDE: Facilitated smooth migration from TDA to Full IP-PBX NCP: Easy maintenance for Telecom and IT dealers Provides scalability suited to the users environment Profitable business model for dealers by providing applications Unified Communication Application (w/ Communication Assistant: CA)

  5. Concept -2 IT oriented design 19-inch rack oriented design (New design) All RJ-45 Connector RJ-45 Connector Built-in Communication Assistant (CA) PCC proprietary 1st Party CTI Application. New D-PT KX-DT3xx

  6. Basic System Construction

  7. KX-NCP Line-up KX-NCP500 KX-NCP1000 KX-NCP500/1000 Build-in Power Unit.

  8. System Capacity Type and Maximum Number of Slots A B C A B C A B A B C C KX-NCP500 KX-NCP1000 A. Small Free Slots B. Regular Free Slots C. IPCMPR Card Slot

  9. Block Design Regular Free Slots Small Free Slots NCP500 2slots NCP1000 3slots NCP500 3slots NCP1000 4slots MPR Card SLC8 w/ CID DHLC4 w/CID SLC16 w/ CID Daughter board LCOT4 w/CID DLC8 BRI2 DSP4/16/64 DLC16 PRI30 Analogue RMT OPB3 DPH2(G MSG4 Built-In DPH4 ESVM2/4 - SD memory slot - ESVM2 LAN RJ45 EIO4 ECHO16 Maintenance RJ45 T1 RS-232C D-SUB E1

  10. Slot Configuration OPB-3 DHLC4 LCOT4 BRI2 PRI30/23 DLC8/16 SLC8/16 T1/E1 OPB3 MSG4 ESVM2 ESVM4 ECHO16 DPH2(G) DPH4 EIO4 Daughters Slot1 Daughters Slot2 Daughters Slot3 Free Slot 7 Free Slot 4 Free Slot 6 Free Slot 3 Free Slot 6 Free Slot 3 Free Slot 5 Free Slot 2 Free Slot 5 Free Slot 2 MPR MPR Free Slot 1 Free Slot 1 NCP1000 NCP500

  11. Slot Configuration NCP1000 NCP500 Free Slot 7 Free Slot 4 Free Slot 6 Free Slot 3 Free Slot 6 Free Slot 3 Free Slot 5 Free Slot 2 Free Slot 5 Free Slot 2 MPR MPR Free Slot 1 Free Slot 1 ( MPR Card ) ( MPR Card ) Daughter Slot Daughter Slot Built-in ESVM-2 Built-in ESVM-2 DSP slot DSP slot RMT slot RMT slot Virtual Slot Virtual Slot VoIP Extension Slot 1 VoIP Extension Slot 1 V-IPEXT32 V-SIPEXT32 VoIP Extension Slot 2 VoIP Extension Slot 2 VoIP Extension Slot 3 VoIP Extension Slot 3 VoIP Extension Slot 4 VoIP Trunk Slot 1 VoIP Trunk Slot 1 V-IPGW16 V-SIPGW16 VoIP Trunk Slot 2 VoIP Trunk Slot 2 VoIP Trunk Slot 3 VoIP Trunk Slot 4

  12. Free Slot 7 Free Slot 4 Free Slot 6 Free Slot 3 Free Slot 5 Free Slot 2 Free Slot 6 Free Slot 3 MPR Free Slot 1 VoIP-DSP FAN FAN Free Slot 5 Free Slot 2 MPR Free Slot 1 VoIP-DSP 128mm PSU PSU 86mm Back board Back board back Small slot Small slot Regular slot Regular slot 340mm connector connector connector connector Front Front 430mm 430mm “ View 19-inch rack oriented design NCP1000 NCP500

  13. System Specification

  14. System Hardware Specification -1

  15. System Hardware Specification -2

  16. System Capacity -1 Maximum Optional Service Cards *1) One T1, E1, PRI30, or PRI23 card counts as 2 cards.

  17. System Capacity -2 Maximum Optional Service Cards on OPB-3

  18. System Capacity -3 Maximum Trunks

  19. System Capacity -3 Maximum Terminal Equipment *1) One TDA0158 counts as 2 x TDA0141.

  20. System Main Features -1

  21. System Main Features -2

  22. System Main Features -3

  23. KX-NCS3910 Features NCS3910 Activation key is required to use the following features.

  24. Hardware

  25. Hardware - Main Unit (MPR Card)

  26. Hardware - DSP4

  27. Hardware - Small Free Slot Hot-Swap is not supported.

  28. Hardware - Regular Free Slot Hot-Swap is supported.

  29. Hardware - Option cards -1 Common Card with TDE100/200 - Mounted on ICMPR Card

  30. Hardware - Option cards -2 Common Card with TDE100/200 - Mounted on OPB Card

  31. Hardware Compatibility

  32. Hardware - Compatibility (Telephone) IP-Softphone (bundled in NCS81xx) requires IP-Softphone Activation Key Code (NCS32xx) for basic function, and NCS81xx license only for optional function.

  33. Hardware - Compatibility (CS/Other)

  34. New PT (KX-DT300 Series) • Same design concept with NT300 series • TDA/TDE/NCP compatible • Apply for bluetooth headset (PBX MPR software enhance required.)

  35. Power Supply Unit Capacity

  36. Power Supply Unit Capacity -1 The pre-installed power supply unit (PSU) in each PBX supports a different load figure. Load Figure Main units Load Figure Calculation Telephone Other equipment Optional Card

  37. Power Supply Unit Capacity -2 If the total load figure exceeds the maximum load figure of the PBX by 3, the corresponding extension card cannot be supported by the PBX. Ex.1 NCP500 + 1 x DLC16 + 1 x DHLC4 +16 x DT3xx Another 4 x DT3xx can be connected. Ex.2 NCP1000 + 1 x DHLC4 + 1 x DLC16 + SLC8 + 32 x DT3xx No more D-TP can be connected

  38. Power Supply Unit Capacity -3 Ex.3 NCP1000 + 1 x DHLC4 + 1 x DLC16 SLC8 + 32 x DT3xx No more D-TP can be connected How many SLT can be connected ? Ex.4 NCP1000 + 1 x DLC16 x T7435/7535 x ? How many T7435/7535 can be connected?

  39. DXDP All port of DHLC4/DLC8/DLC16 supports DXDP function. It’s simply limited by - the exact number of connected DPT and , - max. number of DPT units ( NCP500 : 24 / NCP1000 : 40 )

  40. TDA/TDE MEC Features The NCP500/1000 does not have MEC Card Capacity, but the NCP500/1000 has some of MEC features.

  41. VoIP Channel Card (DSP)

  42. VoIP Channel Card (DSP) This role of this card is to provide the necessary CODEC conversion when calling over IP via TDM. i.e. The DSP allows a TDM call (DLC, LCOT, BRI etc) to be routed over IP. It is the DSP which converts TDM <-> IP(G711, G729 etc) If you want to use the VoIP features, you need to install DSP4, DSP16 or DSP64. TDMTrunk VoIP DSP IP Trunk TDM  IP :49ch TSW TDMExt. IP Ext. New MPR

  43. VoIP Channel Capacity - 1 NB: If the ESVM on the ICMPR card is disabled by System Programming, you can increase ICMPRTDM channel from 49 → 53

  44. VoIP Channel Capacity - 2 Outside Line Call -1 (IP Trunk  Extension) [Restriction Key]

  45. VoIP Channel Capacity - 3 Outside Line Call -2 (Legacy CO IP-Extension) [Restriction Key]

  46. VoIP Channel Capacity - 4 Extension to Extension Call (*): VoIP channel is not used for Peer to Peer mode [Restriction Key]

  47. Activation Key for NCP

  48. Activation Key (Line Up) Activation Keys for Trunk and Extension Activation Keys for CA and Enhanced Feature

  49. Activation Key (Issue Activation key file) Issuing NCP Activation key procedure is the same as TDE100/200. URL: https://eww.netreg.panasonic.co.jp/kms/

  50. Activation Key -1 NCP Activation Key Status Screen.