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ARIA SOHO Hardware Description and Installation Manual Issue 1
Mar, 2007

Regulatory Information
Before connecting the ARIA SOHO 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 line Telephone numbers to be connected to the system
Model name ARIA SOHO
Local regulatory agency registration number locally provided
Ringer equivalence 1.0
Registered jack RJ-11

The required regulatory agency registration number is available from your local representative of LG-Nortel.
This equipment complies with the following regulatory standards, TBR21. Also, this equipment complies with the
safety requirements of EN60950-1, EN55022 and EN55024.
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 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 the ARIA SOHO 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.
The ARIA SOHO 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 his own expense, will
be required to take whatever measures may be required to correct the interference."

Copyright© 2006 LG-Nortel Co. Ltd. All Rights Reserved


This material is copyrighted by LG-Nortel Co. Ltd. (LGN). Any unauthorized reproductions, use or disclosure of this
material, or any part thereof, is strictly prohibited and is a violation of Copyright Laws. LGN reserves the right to make
changes in specifications at any time without notice. The information furnished by LGN in this material is believed to
be accurate and reliable, but is not warranted to be true in all cases.

LGN and ARIA SOHO are trademarks of LG-Nortel Co. Ltd.

All other brand and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.

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Revision History

ISSUE DATE CONTENTS OF CHANGES REMARK


ISSUE 1.0 2007.03 Initial Release

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Table of Contents

1 INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................... 1
1.1 Important Safety Instructions .......................................................................................... 1
1.1.1 Safety Requirements ................................................................................................................ 1
1.2 Precaution ....................................................................................................................... 2
1.2.1 Caution ................................................................................................................................... 2
1.2.2 Disposal of Old Appliance......................................................................................................... 2
1.3 Manual Usage .................................................................................................................... 3
1.4 The list of abbreviations ................................................................................................... 4

2 SYSTEM OVERVIEW ........................................................................................... 5


2.1 ARIA SOHO System Highlights ....................................................................................... 5
2.1.1 System Connection Diagram.................................................................................................... 5
2.2 System Components......................................................................................................... 6
2.3 Specifications .................................................................................................................... 7
2.3.1 General Specifications .............................................................................................................. 7
2.3.2 System Capacity ....................................................................................................................... 8

3 KSU INSTALLATION............................................................................................ 9
3.1 Pre-Installation................................................................................................................... 9
3.1.1 Safety Installation Instructions .................................................................................................. 9
3.1.2 Installation precautions ............................................................................................................. 9
3.1.3 Wiring Precautions.................................................................................................................... 9
3.2 KSU Installation ............................................................................................................... 10
3.2.1 Unpacking ............................................................................................................................... 10
3.2.2 KSU Exterior and Dimension .................................................................................................. 11
3.2.3 Opening and Closing the Front Cover.................................................................................... 12
3.2.4 Power Supply Unit Installation ................................................................................................ 14
3.2.5 Frame Ground Connection ..................................................................................................... 15
3.2.6 External Backup Battery Installation....................................................................................... 16
3.2.7 KSU Mounting ......................................................................................................................... 17

4 BOARD INSTALLATION .................................................................................... 20


4.1 Installation of the Boards ............................................................................................... 20
4.2 Main Board Unit (MBU) ................................................................................................... 21
4.2.1 Modular Jack (MJ1 – MJ3) Pin Assignment........................................................................... 23
4.2.2 Switch, LED and Connector.................................................................................................... 24
4.3 Installation of the CO Line & Extension Board ............................................................ 26
4.3.1 CHB308 (3 CO Line and 8 Hybrid Interface Board) [not available in AR-CKSU].................. 26
4.3.2 CSB316 (3 CO and 16 SLT Interface Board) [not available in AR-CKSU]............................ 28
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4.3.3 SLIB8 (8 SLT Interface Board) [not available in AR-CKSU] .................................................. 31


4.4 Other Board Installations ............................................................................................... 32
4.4.1 Voice Mail Interface Unit (VMIU) ............................................................................................ 32
4.4.2 Auto Attendant Function Unit (AAFU) .................................................................................... 33
4.4.3 LAN Interface Unit (LANU) ..................................................................................................... 34
4.4.4 Modem Function Unit (MODU) ............................................................................................... 35
4.4.5 DPU2 (Two Door Phone Unit) ................................................................................................ 36
4.4.6 CMU50PR (Call Metering-50Hz and Polarity Reversal Detection Unit) ................................ 37

5 TERMINAL CONNECTION AND WIRING METHOD ........................................ 38


5.1 Terminal and Door Phone Models................................................................................. 38
5.1.1 Terminal Cabling Distance...................................................................................................... 39
5.1.2 Basic Terminal and DSS Connection ..................................................................................... 39
5.1.3 Connecting Additional Terminals............................................................................................ 41
5.2 Cable Wiring..................................................................................................................... 42
5.2.1 Wall Mount Wiring................................................................................................................... 42
5.2.2 Rack Mount Wiring.................................................................................................................. 43

6 STARTING THE ARIA SOHO ............................................................................ 44


6.1 Before Starting the ARIA SOHO System ...................................................................... 44
6.2 Basic Programming ........................................................................................................ 45
6.2.1 DKT Programming .................................................................................................................. 45
6.2.2 Entering the Programming Mode............................................................................................ 46
6.2.3 Pre-Programming.................................................................................................................... 47

7 TROUBLESHOOTING ........................................................................................ 54

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1 INTRODUCTION

1.1 Important Safety Instructions

1.1.1 Safety Requirements


ƒ When using your telephone equipment, basic safety precautions should always be followed to
reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and other personal injury, including the following:
ƒ Please read and understand all instructions.
ƒ Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product.
ƒ Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. A damp cloth should be used for
cleaning; do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners.
ƒ Do not use this product near water, such as in a bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub,
in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool.
ƒ Do not place this product on an unstable stand or table. The product may fall, causing serious
damage to the product or serious injury.
ƒ Slots and openings in the KSU and the back or bottom are provided for ventilation, to protect it
from overheating, these openings must not be blocked or covered. The openings should never
be blocked by placing the product on a bed, sofa, or other similar surface. This product should
never be placed near or over a radiator or other heat source. This product should not be placed
in a built-in installation without proper ventilation.
ƒ This product should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the product
label. If you are not sure of the type of power supply to your location, consult your dealer or local
power company.
ƒ Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not locate this product where the cord could
be abused by people walking on it.
ƒ Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this can result in the risk of fire or electric
shock.
ƒ Never push objects of any kind into this product through KSU slots or connectors as they may
touch dangerous voltage points or short out parts that could result in a risk of fire or electric
shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the product.
ƒ To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not disassemble this product. Instead, take it to a
qualified person when service or repair work is required. Opening or removing covers may
expose you to dangerous voltages or other risk. Incorrect reassemble can cause electric shock
when the appliance is subsequently used.
ƒ Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under
the following conditions:
When the power supply cord or plug is damaged or frayed.
If liquid has been spilled into the product.
If the product has been exposed to rain or water.
If the product does not operate normally by following the operating instructions. Adjust only
those controls that are covered by the operating instructions because improper adjustment of
other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified
technician to restore the product to normal operation.
If the product has been dropped or the KSU has been damaged.
If the product exhibits a distinct change in performance.
ƒ Avoid using a telephone during an electrical storm. There may be a remote risk of electric shock
from lightning.
ƒ In the event of a gas leak, do not use the telephone near the leak.

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1.2 Precaution
ƒ Keep the system away from heating appliances and electrical noise generating devices such as
florescent lamps, motors and televisions. These noise sources can interfere with the
performance of the ARIA SOHO System.
ƒ This system should be kept free of dust, moisture, high temperature (more than 40 degrees) and
vibration, and should not be exposed to direct sunlight.
ƒ Never attempt to insert wires, pins, etc. into the system. If the system does not operate properly,
the equipment should be repaired by an authorized LG-Nortel service center.
ƒ Do not use benzene, paint thinner, or an abrasive powder to clean the KSU. Wipe it with a soft
cloth only.

1.2.1 Caution
ƒ This system should only be installed and serviced by qualified service personnel.
ƒ When a failure occurs which exposes any internal parts, disconnect the power supply cord
immediately and return this system to your dealer.
ƒ To prevent the risk of fire, electric shock or energy hazard, do not expose this product to rain or
any type of moisture.
ƒ To protect PCB from static electricity, discharge body static before touching connectors and/or
components by touching ground or wearing a ground strap.

WARNING
Danger of explosion if battery is not correctly replaced.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer.
Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturer’s instructions.

1.2.2 Disposal of Old Appliance


When the displayed symbol (crossed-out wheeled bin) is adhered to a product, it designates the product is covered by
the European Directive 2002/96/EC.

ƒ All electric and electronic products should be only be disposed of in special collection
facilities appointed by government or local/municipal authorities.
ƒ The correct disposal of your old appliance will help prevent potential negative
consequences for the environment and human health.
ƒ For more detailed information about disposal of your old appliances, please contact
your city office, waste disposal service or the place of product purchase.

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1.3 Manual Usage

This document provides general information covering the hardware description and installation of the ARIA SOHO
System. While every effort has been taken to ensure the accuracy of this information LGN makes no warranty of
accuracy or interpretations thereof.

Section 2. System Overview


Provides general information on the ARIA SOHO System, including the system specifications and capacity.

Section 3. KSU Installation


Describes detailed instructions for planning the installation site and procedures to install the ARIA SOHO System.

Section 4. Board Installation


Describes detailed instructions for installing components of the ARIA SOHO Board.

Section 5. Terminal Connection and Wiring Method


Describes the kinds of terminals, maximum distance, and other device connections for the terminal.

Section 6. Starting the ARIA SOHO System


Provides general information for starting the System and basic Admin programming.

Section 7. Troubleshooting
Provides information on the ARIA SOHO System and deals with common troubleshooting issues.

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1.4 The list of abbreviations

AAFU: Auto Attendant Function Unit


AC: Alternating Current
ACD: Automatic Call Distributor
ADPCM: Adaptive Differential Pulse Code Modulation
AWG: American Wire Gauge
CHB308: 3 CO lines and 8 hybrid interface board
CID: Caller ID
CMU50PR: Call Metering (50KHz) and Polarity Reversal Detection Unit
CN: Connector
CO: Central Office
CPU: Central Processing Unit
CSB316: 3 CO lines and 16 SLT interface board
DC: Direct Current
DKTU: Digital Key Telephone Unit
DSP: Digital signal processing
DSS: Direct Station Selection
DTMF: Dual Tone Multi Frequency
EMI: Electromagnetic Interference
ESD: Electrostatic Discharge
ETS: European Telecommunications Standards
FSK: Frequency-shift keying
GND: Ground
IP: Internet Protocol
JTAG: Joint Test Action Group
KSU: Key Service Unit
LAN: Local Area Network
Max.: Maximum
MBU: Mother Board Unit
Min.: Minimum
MJ: Modular Jack
MODU: Modem Unit
MOHU: Music On Hold Unit
PCB: Printed Circuit Board
PCM: Pulse Code Modulation
PFTU: Power Failure Transfer Unit
PSTN: Public Switched Telephone Network
PSU: Power Supply Unit
RX: Receive Signal
SLIB8: Single Line Interface Board with 8ports
SLT: Single Line Telephone
SMS: Short Message Service
TD: Transmitted Data
TX: Transmitting signal
UCD: User Call Distribution
UL: Underwriters Laboratories
VMIU: Voice Mail Interface Unit

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2 SYSTEM OVERVIEW

2.1 ARIA SOHO System Highlights


Features of the ARIA SOHO System include:
ƒ Flexible architecture
ƒ Simplifying system structure
ƒ Powerful PC application via LAN, USB, Modem, RS-232C
ƒ Enhanced voice features
ƒ Simple installation & efficient system management
- Remote admin & software upgrade through LAN connection
- Remote admin & software upgrade through PSTN modem
ƒ Value-Added features
- Distinctive voice mail (ADPCM 32 Kbps)
- Basic CID (CO & SLT) Function
- Basic USB port
- 8 Poly internal MOH (13 Music sources)

2.1.1 System Connection Diagram


The following Figure shows the components that make up the ARIA SOHO System:

FIGURE 2.1.1 SYSTEM CONNECTION DIAGRAM

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2.2 System Components

BASIC KSU

ITEM OPTION BOARD DESCRIPTION


KSU Key Service Unit
PSU Power Supply Unit
Main Board MBU Main Board Unit (3CO, 8DKT/1DKT and 7SLT)
CO and Extension Boards CO Line and DKT/SLT interface boards (CHB308,
CSB316, SLIB8)
Other Boards VMIU, AAFU, LANU, MODU, DPU2, CMU50PR can
be installed
CO Line and CHB308 3CO Lines and 8 Hybrid Interface Board
Extension CMU50PR Call Metering (50Hz) and Polarity Reversal Detection
Boards Unit (3 channels)
[not available CSB316 3 CO Lines and 16 SLT Interface Board
in AR-CKSU] CMU50PR Call Metering (50Hz) and Polarity Reversal Detection
Unit (3 channels)
SLU8 8 SLT Interface Unit Installed on CSB316 as a default
SLIB8 8 SLT Interface Board
Other Boards VMIU Voice Mail Interface Unit, 4 channels
AAFU Auto Attendant Function Unit, 4 channels
LANU LAN Interface Unit (10 base-T only)
MODU MODEM unit (33Kbps)
DPU2 2 Door Phone interface Unit
CMU50PR Call Meeting (50Hz) and Polarity Reversal Detection
Unit (3 channels)

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2.3 Specifications

2.3.1 General Specifications


ITEM DESCRIPTION SPECIFICATION
CPU ARM7 TDMI core(32bit, 50MHz)
Switching Device Custom Mixed-Signal ASIC Device
Memory Back-up Duration 7years
PSU AC Voltage Input 230 +/- 10% Volt AC @47-63Hz
AC Power consumption 90W
AC Input Fuse 1.25A @250Volt AC
DC Output Voltage +5, -5, +27, +30Volt DC
External Backup Battery Input Voltage +24 Volt DC(+12VDC x 2ea)
Battery Fuse 5.0A @250Volt AC
Charging Current Max. 200mA
Battery Load Current Max. 3A
Ring Signal 75Vrms, 25Hz
External Relay Contact 1A @30Volt DC
Music Source Input 0dBm @600ohm
External Paging Port 0dBm @600ohm
Ring Detect Sensitivity 30Vrms @16-55Hz
DTMF Dialing Frequency Deviation Less than +/-1.8%
Signal Rise Time 5ms
Tone Duration, on time Min. 50 ms, Normally 100ms
Inter-digit Time Min. 30ms, Normally 100ms
Pulse Dialing Pulse Rate 10PPS
Break/Make Ratio 60/40% or 66/33%
Operating Environment Temperature 0 (oC) – 40 (oC)
Humidity 0 - 80% (non-condensing)
Dimension KSU 339mm(W) x 288mm(H) x 85mm(D)
Weight KSU 1.8Kg
LANU LAN Interface 10 Base-T Ethernet (IEEE 802.3)
Speed 10M bps
Duplex Half Duplex or Full Duplex (Auto-Negotiation)
MODU Analog Modem Bell, ITU-T, V.34 V.32BIS, V.90
Speed 300bps up to 33Kbps speed rate
Connection Automatic rate negotiation
USB Version USB 1.0 and 1.1 compliant
Speed Max. 1.5Mbps
Mode Slave Mode

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2.3.2 System Capacity


DESCRIPTION CAPACITY/BOARD TOTAL
Time Slots 128
CO Line Ports 3/MBU, 3/CHB308, 3/CSB316 Max. 6
Max Direct Station (DKT, SLT, 8/MBU, 8/CHB308, 16/CSB316 Max. 24
DSS) Connections
Max. Door Phone 2/DPU2 2
LAN Port 1/LANU 1
MODEM Channel 1/MODU 1
Attendant Positions 5/System
Intercom Links Non-Blocking
Paging
- All Call 1 zone
- Internal 5 zones
Station Speed Dial 100/station, 24 digits each 500
System Speed Dial 24 digits each 500
Last Number Redial 15 ~ 50(by admin programming) 32 digits
CO Line Group 8 8
Station Group 10 10
Conference 3~15 Party All ports are available
Multi-Conference 3~15 Party Max. 3 groups
Internal MOH (13 Music Sources) 1/MBU 1
External MOH 1/MBU 1
External Paging port 1/MBU 1
External Relay Contact 1/MBU 1
Door Open Relay 2/DPU2 2
Alarm Input 1/MBU 1
RS-232C Port 1/MBU 1
USB Port 1/MBU 1
DTMF/CPT Receiver channels 32 chs/MBU 32 chs
FSK Receiver channels 32 chs/MBU 32 chs
PFT Circuit 1/MBU, 1/CHB308, 1/CSB316 2

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3 KSU INSTALLATION

3.1 Pre-Installation
Please read the following guidelines concerning installation and connection before installing the ARIA SOHO System.
Be sure to comply with applicable local regulations.

3.1.1 Safety Installation Instructions


When installing the telephone wiring, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire,
electric shock and personal injury, including the following:
ƒ Never install the telephone wiring during a lightning storm.
ƒ Never install the telephone jack in wet locations unless the jack is specifically designed for wet
locations.
ƒ Never touch un-insulated telephone wires or terminals unless the telephone line has been
disconnected at the network interface.
ƒ Use caution when installing or modifying telephone lines.
ƒ Anti-static precautions should be taken during installation.

3.1.2 Installation precautions


The ARIA SOHO System is designed for wall mounting or a free –standing rack. Avoid installing in the following
places:
ƒ In direct sunlight and hot, cold, or humid places. Temperature range = 0 to 40oC.
ƒ Places where shocks or vibrations are frequent or strong.
ƒ Dusty places, or places where water or oil may come into contact with the System.
ƒ Near high-frequency generating devices such as sewing machines or electric welders.
ƒ On or near computers, fax machines, or other office equipment, as well as microwave ovens or
air conditioners.
ƒ Do not obstruct the openings on the top of the ARIA SOHO System.
ƒ Do not stack up the optional service boards.

3.1.3 Wiring Precautions


Be sure to follow these precautions when wiring:

ƒ Do not wire the telephone cable in parallel with an AC power source, such as a computer, fax
machine, etc. If the cables are run near those wire, shield the cables with metal tubing or use
shielded cables and ground the shields.
ƒ If the cables are run on the floor, use protectors to prevent the wires from being stepped on.
Avoid wiring under carpets.
ƒ Avoid using the same power supply outlet for computers, fax machine, and other office
equipment to avoid induction noise interruption when using the ARIA SOHO near other machines.
ƒ The power and battery switches must be OFF during wiring. After wiring is completed, the power
switch may be turned ON.
ƒ Incorrect wiring may cause the ARIA SOHO System to operate improperly.
ƒ If an extension does not operate properly, disconnect the telephone from the extension line and
then re-connect, or turn the System power OFF and then ON again.
ƒ Use twisted pair cable for connecting CO lines.

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3.2 KSU Installation

3.2.1 Unpacking
Open the box and verify that the items shown in Figure 3.2.1 are included:

Key service unit

Mounting template

Quick Start Guide


CD manual

Battery cable
Power cord

Tie cable Anchor plug Screw Fuse

Figure 3.2.1 Carton Contents

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3.2.2 KSU Exterior and Dimension


Figure 3.2.2 shows the exterior and dimensions of the KSU.

Figure 3.2.2 KSU Exterior and Dimension

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3.2.3 Opening and Closing the Front Cover


3.2.3.1 Opening the Front Cover

1. Open the Cord cover and turn the screws counter-clockwise to loosen as shown in Figure 3.2.3.1.
2. Lift the front cover in the direction of the arrow as shown.

FIGURE 3.2.3.1 OPENING THE FRONT COVER

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3.2.3.2 Closing the Front Cover

1. Insert the front cover into the slot on the KSU as shown in Figure 3.2.3.2.
2. Then put the front cover down on the KSU in the direction of the arrow, as shown.
3. Turn the screws clockwise to tighten and close the Cord Cover as in the Figure.

FIGURE 3.2.3.2 CLOSING THE FRONT COVER


NOTE ㅡ Prior to operation, the front cover of the ARIA SOHO must be closed and the screws tightened.

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3.2.4 Power Supply Unit Installation


The Power Supply Unit (PSU) is installed in the KSU by the manufacturer prior to shipping.
Before installation, make sure that the KSU is not plugged into an outlet. The PSU is located at the rear-most area of
the KSU and is capable of providing four kinds of power sources to the MBU through the 7-pin connector, CN7 (refer
to the following Table).

AC INPUT VOLTAGE AND FUSE RATING


RANGE OF INPUT VOLTAGE CONNECT TO FUSE RATINGS
207V AC – 253V AC CN7 on the MBU 1.25A @ 250V

PSU CAPACITY
PSU TYPE +5V DC -5V DC +27V DC +30V DC
PSU (SMPS) 3.0A 100mA 200mA(Battery charge) 2A

Connect the 7-pin connector to the CN7 on MBU as shown in Figure 3.2.4A.

FIGURE 3.2.4A PSU INSTALLATION

Place the PSU cover on the PSU as shown in Figure 3.2.4b. Then secure the PSU cover by tightening the screws
(clockwise turn).

FIGURE 3.2.4B PSU INSTALLATION

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3.2.5 Frame Ground Connection

It is very important that the frame of the ARIA SOHO System is grounded:
1. Turn the grounding screw counter clockwise to loosen, as shown in Figure 3.2.5.
2. Insert the grounding wire and tighten the screw.
3. Then connect the grounding wire to an appropriate ground source (refer to Caution).

FIGURE 3.2.5 GROUNDING THE KSU

CAUTION
ƒ The equipment should be connected to a socket-outlet with a protective ground connection.
ƒ For ground wire, green-and-yellow insulation is required and the cross-sectional area of the
conductor must be more than UL 1015 AWG#18 (1.0mm)). It is recommended that the ground
wire is shorter than 1m (3.28ft). We do not provide the ground wire.
ƒ Proper grounding is very important to protect the ARIA SOHO from external noise and to reduce
the risk of electrocution in the event of lightning strike.
ƒ Be sure to comply with applicable local regulations.

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3.2.6 External Backup Battery Installation


In case of power failure, the external backup batteries automatically maintain uninterrupted power for the ARIA SOHO
System. The external batteries must provide 24V DC; this is generally accomplished by connecting two 12V batteries
in a series arrangement as shown:

FIGURE 3.2.6 EXTERNAL BACKUP BATTERY INSTALLATION

NOTE ㅡ The cable used to connect the battery is supplied with the KSU.
Battery operation is controlled by the PSU. The PSU will provide charging current to the batteries during normal AC
power operation at a maximum of about 200mA. PSU battery operation will be halted if the AC power is re-connected
or if the battery voltage is too low to maintain full-system operation.
The external batteries can maintain System operation as needed depending on several elements such as battery
charge status, condition and capacity of the batteries, and System configuration (number of Station ports).

CAUTION
ƒ It is recommended to use an external backup battery fuse (5A @250V) between the battery and
the System.
ƒ Recommended battery capacity is 24V/10AH MF; the ARIA SOHO System should be able to
operate more than 3 hours with batteries that are in good condition.
ƒ Carefully check the battery polarity with cable colors (Red and Blue) when connecting the battery
to the System.
ƒ Make sure that you do not short out the external batteries and cables.
ƒ There is a danger of explosion if external batteries are incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the
same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries according
to the manufacturer’s instructions.

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3.2.7 KSU Mounting


3.2.7.1 Wall Mounting

1. Install 3 anchor plugs in the wall using the mounting template included for accurate placement
(Figure 3.2.7.1A).
2. Attach the mounting template using the 3 screws and anchors included.
3. Hook the KSU onto the screws, making sure that the System slides down securely (Figure
3.2.7.1B).

FIGURE 3.2.7.1A MOUNTING TEMPLATE

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FIGURE 3.2.7.1B KSU WALL MOUNTING

NOTE ㅡ Be careful not to drop the KSU.

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3.2.7.2 Rack Mounting


To attach the ARIA SOHO System to the rack:
1. Affix the bracket with the 4 screws provided (Figure 3.2.7.2A).

FIGURE 3.2.7.2A RACK MOUNTING

2. Attach the rack bracket to the bottom of the ARIA SOHO System as shown in Figure 3.2.7.2B, and
attach it to the System securely by tightening the screws clockwise.

FIGURE 3.2.7.2B RACK BRACKET

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4 BOARD INSTALLATION

4.1 Installation of the Boards


Prior to installing the Boards, the following should be considered:

CAUTION
ƒ Power must be turned OFF.
ƒ To protect the System from static electricity, do not touch the boards. To discharge static, touch a
grounded object, or wear a grounding strap.
ƒ Insert boards carefully to avoid bending connector pins (male pins on MBU) and board damage
from power shortage caused by misaligning.
ƒ For hybrid port on MBU /CHB308, DKT and SLT do not support at the same time. DKT has a
priority.

To install the Board, perform the following Steps:


1. Before inserting the Board, remove the dummy slot as shown in #1 of Figure 4.1.
2. Holding the board as shown in #2 of the diagram, carefully insert the Board in the direction of the
arrow so that the Board securely engages with the connector (CN2) on the main board (#3).

FIGURE 4.1 BOARD INSTALLATION

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4.2 Main Board Unit (MBU)


The Main Board Unit (MBU) controls communication between the peripheral interfaces, supervises all resources in
the system, controls the gain adjustment of the PCM signal, generates the System tones, and manages System call
processing. The MBU (Figure 4.2A) incorporates the main control of the System, and is composed of the
microprocessor and memory (RAM and ROM), the PCM management and miscellaneous functional circuits.

FIGURE 4.2A MBU

The following are included on the MBU:


ƒ DKT and SLT interface circuits
ƒ Ring Generation circuit
ƒ External Relay contact for LBC or General purpose
ƒ Alarm Detection circuit
ƒ External Page port
ƒ Internal MOH circuit
ƒ External MOH port
ƒ Peripheral Device Decoding circuit
ƒ Master Clock Generation circuit
ƒ PFT circuit [CO1 Ù the last SLT port(STA8)]
ƒ RS-232C Interface circuit
ƒ USB circuit
ƒ PCM Voice Processing circuit (ACT2 - ASIC, voice switching, including DSP)
- PCM Tone Generation
- PCM Gain Control
- Tone (DTMF / CPT / FAX) Detection
- CID Signal (FSK/DTMF/RUS CID) Detection

NOTE ㅡ When AC Power fails, the last SLT port on MBU will be connected to CO1 automatically.
The MBU is installed in the KSU and provides various kinds of connectors RJ11 modular jacks for the connection of
peripheral boards and miscellaneous functions (refer to Figure and Table).

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FIGURE 4.2B MBU CONNECTION PORTS

CONNECTOR, MODULAR JACK AND SWITCH FUNCTIONS

SWITCH/CONNECTOR FUNCTIONS REMARK


CN1 KSU Connection 50Pins
CN2 CO and Extension Board(CHB308/CSB316/SLIB8) installation 50Pins
CN3 LANU Installation 32Pins
CN4 MODU Installation 20Pins
CN5 VMIU/AAFU Installation 32Pins
CN9 & CN10 CMU50PR Installation 6 & 8Pins
CN13 DPU2 Installation 16Pins
CN6 JTAG Port for Emulator For Test
CN7 PSU Connection (+5V, -5V, +30V) 7Pins
CN8 RS-232C Port Connection 9Pins
MJ1 3 CO Lines Connection 3Arrays
MJ2 8 DKTs or 1 DKT and 7 SLTs Connection 8Arrays
MJ3 Alarm Sensor and External Relay Contact 1Array
MJ4 USB Connection(USB Type B Connector) Slave Mode
PJ1 (Red) External MOH Connection
PJ2 (Blue) External PAGE Connection
SW1 4 Poles DIP Switch for Software Usage Default = All ON
SW2 Lithium Battery ON/OFF Switch for Memory and RTC Back Up Default = OFF
SW3 System Reset Button

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4.2.1 Modular Jack (MJ1 – MJ3) Pin Assignment


4.2.1.1 MBU MJ1 (CO)

MBU MJ1–1,2,3
Connector PIN Number NO Signal Name
RJ11 1,2 N/A
3,4 CO-T, CO-R
5,6 N/A

4.2.1.2 MBU MJ2 (Extension)

MBU MJ2-1 (DKT ONLY)

CONNECTOR PIN NUMBER NO SIGNAL NAME


RJ11 1 N/A
2 DKT-T
3,4 Reserved
5 DKT-R
6 N/A

MBU MJ2–2,3,4,5,6,7,8

CONNECTOR PIN NUMBER NO SIGNAL NAME


RJ11 1 N/A
2 DKT-T
3,4 SLT-T, SLT-R
5 DKT-R
6 N/A

NOTE ㅡ When installing DKT or SLT on Hybrid Ports, (MJ2-2,3,4,5,6,7,8), keep the above pin assignment.
Otherwise the DKT or SLT will not operate normally.

TERMINAL DKT

CONNECTOR PIN NUMBER NO SIGNAL NAME


RJ11 1 N/A
2 RING
3,4 Reserved
5 TIP
6 N/A

TERMINAL SLT

CONNECTOR PIN NUMBER NO SIGNAL NAME


RJ11 1,2 N/A
3,4 TIP, RING
5,6 N/A

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4.2.1.3 MJ3 Pin Assignment (Alarm Detection and Relay Contact)

MJ3
CONNECTOR PIN NUMBER NO SIGNAL NAME
RJ11 1 N/A
2 ALARM-T
3 ALARM-R
4 Relay-T
5 Relay-R
6 N/A

MJ4 PIN ASSIGNMENT (USB)


CONNECTOR PIN NUMBER NO SIGNAL NAME
USB Type B 1 External Power (+5V)
2 D-
3 D+
4 GND

4.2.2 Switch, LED and Connector


4.2.2.1 SW1 Functions and LED indications

SWITCH FUNCTION OFF ON (DEFAULT)


1-1 Administration Programming Access Disable Enable
1-2 Command/Event Trace (Software Testing) Enable Disable
1-3 Simplified Message Desk Control (SMDI – Voice Mail) SMDI ON SMDI OFF
1-4 Database Default on Power Up Disable Enable

Before programming the System, switch 1-4 should be ON and then power cycle OFF and ON to initialize the default
System database. Once the database has been initialized, switch 1-4 should be placed in the OFF position to protect
the database.

After putting the SW2 lithium battery switch ON to protect the RAM/RTC data, install the option boards to the MBU.

NOTE
ƒ The SW2-DIP switch should be turned ON to protect the System database in case of power
failure.
ƒ As needed, replace the batteries with the same or equivalent type recommended by the
manufacturer; the System will not function normally if the battery is incorrectly replaced.
ƒ Be sure to dispose of used batteries according to manufacturer instructions and/or local
government regulations.
ƒ The 4th pole of SW1 should be OFF to protect the features being programmed in Admin
programming after the System power up and initialization.

LED INDICATIONS
LED MEANING
LD1 (Blue) Periodic Toggle—ON, 300msec; OFF, 300msec.
LD2 (Blue) In Use or Idle Status—ON, One or more Port(s) in use; OFF, idle
LD3 (Blue) Timer—Flashes every 100msec.
LD4 (Blue) LCD Active Updating—Flashes every 300msec.
LD5 (Red) USB to PC Connection Status—ON, linked; OFF, not linked

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4.2.2.2 CN8 Pin Assignment

MBU
CONNECTOR PIN NUMBER NO SIGNAL NAME FUNCTION
RS-232C 1 Reserved
2 TD Transmitted Data
3 RD Received Data
4 DSR Not Used
5 SG Signal Ground
6 DTR Not Used
7 CTS Not Used
8 RTS Not Used
9 Reserved

PC

CONNECTOR PIN NUMBER NO SIGNAL NAME FUNCTION


RS-232C 1 Reserved
2 RD Received Data
3 TD Transmitted Data
4 DTR Not Used
5 SG Signal Ground
6 DSR Not Used
7 RTS Not Used
8 CTS Not Used
9 Reserved

NOTE ㅡ The MBU does not support hardware flow control.

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4.3 Installation of the CO Line & Extension Board

NOTE—These Boards(CHB308/CSB316/SLIB8) are not available in AR-CKSU[Compact KSU]

CONNECTOR
BOARD LINE DESCRIPTION CABLE REMARK
TYPE
3 CO Line and 8 Hybrid DKT : 4 wire
CHB308 3 CO and 8SLT or 8 DKT RJ11
Interface CO,SLT:2wire
3 CO Line and 16 SLT
CSB316 3 CO and 16 SLT RJ11 2 wire
Interface
SLIB8 8 SLT RJ11 8 SLT Interface 2 wire

4.3.1 CHB308 (3 CO Line and 8 Hybrid Interface Board) [not available in AR-CKSU]
The CHB308 can be installed on the CHB308/CSB316/SLIB8 (CN2) connector of the MBU, and provides 3 CO/PBX
Loop Start CO Line interfaces that support Pulse/DTMF signaling. Each interface contains ring and loop current
circuits, A/D and D/A conversions, and pulse signaling circuitry.

It also provides 8 Hybrid (8 DKTs or 8 SLT interfaces) ports, and can detect FSK signal for incoming Caller ID, DTMF
signal for incoming caller ID, call progress tone. It also provides three on-hook connection paths for CID/SMS.

FIGURE 4.4.1 CHB308

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4.3.1.1 Modular Jack (MJ1-MJ2) Pin Assignment

CHB308 MJ1 – 1,2,3

CONNECTOR PIN NUMBER NO SIGNAL NAME


RJ11 1,2 N/A
3,4 CO-T, CO-R
5,6 N/A

CHB308 MJ2 – 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 (EXTENSION)

CONNECTOR PIN NUMBER NO SIGNAL NAME


RJ11 1 N/A
2 DKT-T
3,4 SLT-T, SLT-R
5 DKT-R
6 N/A

TERMINAL DKT
CONNECTOR PIN NUMBER NO SIGNAL NAME
RJ11 1 N/A
2 RING
3,4 Reserved
5 TIP
6 N/A

TERMINAL SLT

CONNECTOR PIN NUMBER NO SIGNAL NAME


RJ11 1,2 N/A
3,4 TIP, RING
5,6 N/A

CONNECTOR FUNCTIONS

CONNECTOR FUNCTION REMARK


CN1 MBU connection 50Pins
CN2 or CN3 CMU50PR connection 6 & 8Pins

4.3.1.2 Add-On Board CMU50PR(Call Metering-50 Hz & Polarity Reversal Detection unit)
The CMU50PR provides 3 channels Call Metering detection for 50Hz and provides 3 channels of Polarity Reversal
Detection for call metering. It can be installed on the MBU, CHB308, or CSB316.

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4.3.2 CSB316 (3 CO and 16 SLT Interface Board) [not available in AR-CKSU]


The CSB316 can be installed on the CHB308/CSB316/SLIB8(CN2) connector of the MBU, and provides 3 CO/PBX
Loop Start CO Line interfaces that support Pulse/DTMF signaling. Each interface contains ring and loop current
detection circuits, A/D and D/A conversions, and pulse signaling circuitry.
It also provides 16 SLT interfaces including SLU8, three on-hook connection paths for CID/SMS, and can detect FSK
signaling for incoming Caller ID, call progress tone; DTMF signal for incoming Caller ID.

FIGURE 4.4.2.1 CSB316

4.3.2.1 Modular Jack Pin Assignment


CSB316 MJ1 – 1,2,3

CONNECTOR PIN NUMBER NO SIGNAL NAME


RJ11 1,2 N/A
3,4 CO-T, CO-R
5,6 N/A

CSB316 MJ2 – 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8

CONNECTOR PIN NUMBER NO SIGNAL NAME


RJ11 1 N/A
2 SLT-T
3,4 SLT-T, SLT-R
5 SLT-R
6 N/A
NOTE—The CSB316 is shipped with 8 Terminal Blocks

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FIGURE 4.4.2.2 TERMINAL BLOCK

TERMINAL SLT

CONNECTOR PIN NUMBER NO SIGNAL NAME


RJ11 1,2 N/A
3,4 TIP, RING
5,6 N/A

CONNECTOR FUNCTIONS

CONNECTOR FUNCTION REMARKS


CN1 MBU Connection 50Pins
CN2 and CN3 CMU50PR Connection 6 & 8Pins
CN4 and CN5 SLU8 Connection 26 & 30Pins

LED INDICATION

LED MEANING
LD1 (Blue) In use or Idle status – ON, One or more port is in use; OFF, Idle

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4.3.2.2 Add-On Board CMU50PR (Call Metering-50Hz and Polarity Detection Unit)
The CMU50PR provides 3 Call Metering Detection for 50Hz and provides 3 channels of Polarity Reversal detection
for call metering. It can be installed on the MBU, CHB308, or CSB316.

4.3.2.3 Add-On Board SLU8 (8SLT Interface Unit)


The SLU8 provides 8 SLT interfaces and can be installed on only the CSB316.
It can be installed on CSB316 only as a default when shipped.

FIGURE 4.4.2.3 SLU8

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4.3.3 SLIB8 (8 SLT Interface Board) [not available in AR-CKSU]


The SLIB8 can be installed on the CHB308/CSB316/SLIB8(CN2) connector of the MBU, and provides 8 possible SLT
interfaces. It can generate FSK signals for outgoing Caller ID; DTMF signals for outgoing Caller ID.

FIGURE 4.4.3 SLIB8

4.3.3.1 Modular Jack Pin Assignment

SLIB8 MJ2 – 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8

CONNECTOR PIN NUMBER NO SIGNAL NAME


RJ11 1 N/A
2 Reserved
3,4 SLT-T, SLT-R
5 Reserved
6 N/A

TERMINAL SLT

CONNECTOR PIN NUMBER NO SIGNAL NAME


RJ11 1,2 N/A
3,4 TIP, RING
5,6 N/A

CONNECTOR FUNCTIONS

CONNECTOR FUNCTION REMARKS


CN1 MBU Connection

LED INDICATION

LED MEANING
LD1 (Blue) In use or Idle status – ON, One or more port is in use; OFF, Idle

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4.4 Other Board Installations

4.4.1 Voice Mail Interface Unit (VMIU)

The Voice Mail Interface Unit (VMIU) can be installed on the VMIU/AAFU connector (CN5) of the MBU, and provides
the capability for System announcements, ACD/UCD announcements, and User Greetings.

FIGURE 4.5.1 VMIU

VMIU DESCRIPTION
ITEM DETAIL
Channel 4 Channels
Max Record Time: 125 Min.
System Greeting (system announcement) 25 Min.
User Record Time 100 Min.
Max. Number of User Voice Messages 800

NOTE ㅡ User greetings are stored in N and Flash memory and will not be lost by System power OFF or reset.
MBU SW1-4 and SW2 control the protection of recorded messages.

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4.4.2 Auto Attendant Function Unit (AAFU)

The Auto Attendant Function Unit (AAFU) can be installed on the VMIU/AAFU connector (CN5) of the MBU, and
provides System Announcement and ACD/UCD Announcements.

FIGURE 4.5.2 AAFU

AAFU DESCRIPTION

ITEM DETAIL
Channel 4 Channels
Max Record Time: 35 Min.
System Greeting (system announcement) 25 Min.
User Record Time 10 Min.

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4.4.3 LAN Interface Unit (LANU)

LAN Interface Unit (LANU) should be installed on the LANU connector (CN3) of the MBU and provides 1 LAN port of
10 Base-T networking. RJ45 Modular Jack, MJ1 is used to interface with a Wide Area Network (WAN) or PC. Two
LEDs are provided to indicate the operational state of the LAN port.

FIGURE 4.5.3 LANU

4.4.3.1 Pin Assignment

LANU

CONNECTOR PIN NUMBER NO SIGNAL NAME FUNCTION


RJ45 4,5,7,8 Reserved
1 TX+ Transmit Data
2 TX- Transmit Data
3 RX- Receive Data
6 RX+ Receive Data

PC

CONNECTOR PIN NUMBER NO SIGNAL NAME FUNCTION


RJ45 4,5,7,8 Reserved
1 RX- Receive Data
2 RX+ Receive Data
3 TX+ Transmit Data
6 TX- Transmit Data

LED INDICATION (MJ1)

LED MEANING
LD1 (Green) Data Transfer Status (toggle) – ON, link; OFF, no link
LD2 (Orange) Link Status and Activity – OFF, link and activity at 10Mbps

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4.4.4 Modem Function Unit (MODU)


MODU should be installed on the MODU connectors (CN4) of the MBU, and provides an analog modem connection.
It supports Bell, ITU-T, V.34, V.32BIS, V.90 Protocol at a speed rate of 300bps up to 33Kbps, and automatic rate
negotiation.

FIGURE 4.5.4 MODU

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4.4.5 DPU2 (Two Door Phone Unit)


The Two Door Phone Unit (DPU2) should be installed on the DPU2 connector (CN13) of the MBU, and provides two
Door Phone interfaces and two Relay contacts for door opener.

FIGURE 4.5.5 DPU2

4.4.5.1 Modular Jack (MJ1-MJ2) Pin Assignment


DPU2 MJ1 (DOOR PHONE)
CONNECTOR PIN NUMBER NO SIGNAL NAME
RJ11 1 N/A
2 DPH1-T
3 DPH1-R
4 DPH2-T
5 DPH2-R
6 N/A

DPU2 MJ2 (RELAY CONTACT)


CONNECTOR PIN NUMBER NO SIGNAL NAME
RJ11 1 N/A
2 Relay 1-T
3 Relay 1-R
4 Relay 2-T
5 Relay 2-R
6 N/A

TERMINAL LDP-DPB
CONNECTOR NO SIGNAL NAME
Screw type 1,2 External switch pole
3 TIP
4 RING

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4.4.6 CMU50PR (Call Metering-50Hz and Polarity Reversal Detection Unit)


The Call Metering-50Hz and Polarity Reversal Detection Unit (CMU50PR) provides 3 Call Metering Detection circuits
for 50Hz and provides 3 channels of Polarity Reversal Detection for Call Metering or signaling. It can be installed on
MBU, CHB308 and CSB316.

FIGURE 4.5.6 CMU50PR

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5 TERMINAL CONNECTION AND WIRING METHOD

5.1 Terminal and Door Phone Models


Various types of digital terminals can be used with the ARIA SOHO MBU /CHB308 as listed in the Table and show
below:

MODEL DESCRIPTION
LDP-7208D 8 Flexible Button Display
LDP-7224D 24 Flexible Button Display
LDP-7248DSS 48 Button DSS Console
LDP-DPB Door Phone Box

LDP-7208D LDP-7224D

LDP-7248DSS LDP-DPB

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5.1.1 Terminal Cabling Distance

FIGURE 5.1.1 TERMINAL CABLING DISTANCE

5.1.2 Basic Terminal and DSS Connection


5.1.2.1 DKT
The following illustrates how to connect the DKT to your System:

FIGURE 5.1.2.1 DKT CONNECTION

PIN ASSIGNMENT

CONNECTOR PIN NUMBER NO SIGNAL NAME


RJ11 1 N/A
2 RING
3,4 Reserved
5 TIP
6 N/A

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5.1.2.2 SLT
The following illustrates how to connect the SLT to your System:

FIGURE 5.1.2.2 SLT CONNECTION

PIN ASSIGNMENT

CONNECTOR PIN NUMBER NO SIGNAL NAME


RJ11 1,2 N/A
3,4 TIP, RING
5,6 N/A

5.1.2.3 LDP-7248DSS

FIGURE 5.1.2.3 DSS INSTALLATION AND CONNECTION

PIN ASSIGNMENT

CONNECTOR PIN NUMBER NO SIGNAL NAME


RJ11 1 N/A
2 RING
3,4 Reserved
5 TIP
6 N/A

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5.1.3 Connecting Additional Terminals


The MBU provides connections for one external music source, one external page port, one relay contact, and an
alarm detection input monitor through the PJ1 (RED, External MOH) and PJ2 (BLUE, External Page) audio jack and a
MJ3 (RJ11 Modular Jack).

FIGURE 5.1.3 ADDITIONAL TERMINAL CONNECTION

5.1.3.1 External Music Source Wiring


The MBU accommodates one external music port through a PJ1 (RED) audio jack.

5.1.3.2 Relay Contacts


The MBU provides 1 relay contact that is used for loud bell or general purpose through pin No. 4-5 of MJ3.

5.1.3.3 External Paging Port wiring


The MBU supports one external paging port through a PJ2 (BLUE) audio jack.

5.1.3.4 Alarm Detection Wiring


The MBU provides an external alarm detection input, which can be used to transmit notification to extensions when
the external switch is closed or opened (programmable through Admin Programming). This alarm detection input is
provided through Pin No. 2-3 of MJ3.

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5.2 Cable Wiring

5.2.1 Wall Mount Wiring


To install wall mount wiring, perform the following Steps:
1. Ensure the BKSU have been installed correctly.
2. Connect cables to the CO/STA port and the MOH/USB/RS-232C ports as shown in Figure 5.2.1.
3. Connect the Power cord and the Battery cable.
4. Remove plastic filter pieces.
5. Tie all the cables and the Power cord (if desired) through the tie slot at the bottom-right side of the
KSUs using the tie cable provided.
6. Close the cover of the KSUs and close the cord cover.

FIGURE 5.2.1 WALL MOUNT WIRING

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5.2.2 Rack Mount Wiring


1. Ensure the BKSU have been installed correctly.
2. Connect cables to the CO/STA port and the MOH/USB/RS-232C ports as shown in Figure 5.2.2.
3. Connect the Power cord and the Battery cable.
4. Remove plastic filter pieces.
5. Tie all the cables and the Power cord (if desired) through the tie slot at the bottom-right side of the
KSUs using the tie cable provided.
6. Close the cover of the KSUs and close the cord cover.

FIGURE 5.2.2 RACK MOUNT WIRING

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6 STARTING THE ARIA SOHO

6.1 Before Starting the ARIA SOHO System


In preparation for programming, perform the following Steps:
1. The DIP switch (SW2) should be turned ON prior to installing the MBU to protect the System data in
case of power failure.
2. Check the DIP switch (SW1) of the MBU to All ON.
3. Plug the AC power cord into the ARIA SOHO System and AC outlet.
4. Program the Nation Code (PGM100) as applicable.
5. Reset the ARIA SOHO System.
6. Set the 4th pole (SW1) of the MBU OFF when the System operates normally, to protect
programmed features after System power-up and initialization.

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6.2 Basic Programming


The ARIA SOHO System can be programmed to meet an individual customer’s needs. There are two ways to perform
Admin Programming:

ƒ PC Admin – Refer to PC Admin Programming Manual


ƒ DKT – In this manual, DKT (Station 100) Admin Programming is described.

6.2.1 DKT Programming


All programming is done at Station 100 (Station Port #00) using the LDP-7224D Digital Key Telephone.
Additional programming stations may be assigned (113 - FLEX1), but only DKT can be active in the programming
mode at any one time.
When in programming mode, Station 100 does not operate as a normal telephone, but instead works as a
programming instrument with all of the buttons redefined. The keys of the dial pad are used to enter the various data
fields to enter numerical information:
ƒ Flexible Buttons – The 24 buttons located at the right side of the phone are used to indicate a
specific data field and to enter information.
ƒ Speed Button and * Key – Are sometimes used to delete data, or to indicate the end of data
input.
ƒ Redial Button – Could be used to delete one digit or character from the end of entered data or
characters.

6.2.1.1 Button Explanation


Figure 6.2.1.1 describes the buttons and function keys (refer to the LDP-7224D User Guide for detailed information
and operation instructions).

FIGURE 6.2.1.1 DESCRIPTION OF LDP-7224D BUTTONS

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6.2.2 Entering the Programming Mode


To enter programming mode, perform the following Steps:
1. Lift the Handset.
OR
2. 1. Press the [MON] button on the Admin Station; the ICM tone should be heard.
3. Press the [TRANS/PGM] button and dial * #; a confirmation tone should be heard.
4. Enter the Admin password if the password has been set; a confirmation tone should be heard
indicating that the Station is in Admin Programming mode.
5. Each program is accessed by pressing the [TRANS/PGM] button, the following should display:

ENTER PGM NUMBER

6. Dial the desired three-digit program number. If an error is made while entering data, the
[TRANS/PGM] button will return to the previous status.

NOTE—To return to the previous state while Admin Programming, press the [CONF] button (clears the
temporary data fields).

6.2.2.1 Permanent Update Procedure


To accept changes while programming, perform the following Steps:
1. Press the [HOLD/SAVE] button when all changes have been entered to store the data permanently.
2. A confirmation tone should be heard when pressing the [HOLD/SAVE] button if all data was
entered correctly. If there were any errors in the entering of data, an error tone will be presented
and data will not be stored in the permanent memory.

6.2.2.2 Resetting the System


To reset the System, perform the following:
1. Enter [PGM] +450 then [FLEX] +15 and press the [HOLD/SAVE] button.

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6.2.3 Pre-Programming
6.2.3.1 Location PGM – Nation Code and Site Name (PGM 100)
NOTE—The 4th pole of the DIP switch (SW1) on the MBU must be turned ON.

Nation Code
To program the Nation Code, perform the following Steps:
1. Press the [TRANS/PGM] button + PGM number (100) then [FLEX1] + 7 [Nation Code for CIS].
2. Press the [HOLD/SAVE] button to accept the change.
3. Now Rest ARIA SOHO to initialize Database for Nation.
4. Set the 4th pole (SW1) of the MBU OFF when the System operates normally to protect programmed
features.

Site Name
1. Press the [TRANS/PGM] button +Enter Site Name (use the following DKT Map, Max. 24 digits
allowed), then press [FLEX2].
2. Press the [HOLD/SAVE] button to accept the change.

CHARACTER BUTTON MAP

Q – 11 A - 21 D - 31
Z – 12 B - 22 E - 32
. – 13 C - 23 F - 33
1 – 10 2 - 20 3 - 30

G – 41 J - 51 M - 61
H - 42 K - 52 N - 62
I - 43 L - 53 O - 63
4 – 40 5 - 50 6 - 60

P – 71 W - 91
T - 81
Q –72 X - 92
U - 82
R - 73 Y - 93
V - 83
S - 74 Z - 94
8 - 80
7 – 70 9 - 90

*1 - Blank
*2 - : 0-00
*3 - ,

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NATION CODE TABLE


NATION CODE NATION CODE NATION CODE
America 1 Argentina 54 Australia 61
Bahrain 973 Bangladesh 880 Belgium 32
Bolivia 591 Brazil 55 Brunei 673
Burma 95 Cameroon 237 China 56
China (Taiwan) 886 CIS 7 Colombia 57
Costa Rica 506 Cyprus 357 Czech 42
Denmark 45 Ecuador 593 Egypt 20
El Salvador 503 Ethiopia 251 Fiji 679
Finland 358 France 33 Gabon 241
Germany 49 Ghana 233 Greece 30
Guam 671 Guatemala 502 Guyana 592
Haiti 509 Honduras 504 Hong Kong 852
India 91 Indonesia 62 Iran 98
Iraq 964 Ireland 353 Israel 972
Italy 39 Japan 81 Jordan 962
Kenya 254 Korea 82 Kuwait 965
Liberia 231 Libya 218 Luxembourg 352
Malaysia 60 Malta 356 Mexico 52
Monaco 377 Morocco 212 Netherlands 31
New Zealand 64 Nigeria 234 Norway 47
Oman 968 Pakistan 92 Panama 507
P.N.G. 675 Paraguay 595 Peru 51
Philippines 63 Portugal 351 Qatar 974
Saudi Arabia 966 Senegal 221 Singapore 65
South Africa 27 Spain 34 Sri Lanka 94
Swaziland 268 Sweden 46 Switzerland 41
TELKOM *27 Thailand 66 Tunisia 216
Turkey 90 U.A.E. 971 United Kingdom 44
Uruguay 598 Venezuela 58 Vietnam 84
Y.A.R. 967 TELSTRA *61

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6.2.3.2 Board Assignment (PGM 101)


To use CO line, extension line, and board, first of all if the code of these boards is registered on system at PGM101,
you can normally use the board.
When registering board, if the 4th pole (SW1) of the MBU is on, the board is automatically registered. And while using
ARIA System, in case of adding some of boards, if passively assigning those, you can use it. When the 4th pole
(SW1) of the MBU is on and board is automatically registered, you must make the 4th pole (SW1) of the MBU off and
system reset

At Admin programming mode,


1. Press the [TRANS/PGM] button + PGM number (101)
2. Enter slot number (2 digits)
3. Press [FLEX1] button.
4. Enter Board Type code (2 digits)
5. Press the [HOLD/SAVE] button to accept the change.

BOARD ID

STA CODE COL CODE ETC CODE


DPU 11 LCOB3 33 VMIU 64
SLIB16 13 AAFU 65
SLIB8 14
HYBRID 17

SLOT DEFINITION

SLOT NUMBER SLOT POSITION KINDS OF BOARDS


01 Hybrid on BKSU/CKSU HYBRID
02 Optional extension slot on BKSU HYBRID,SLIB8,SLIB16
05 LCOB on BKSU LCOB3
06 Optional LCOB on BKSU LCOB3
09 VMIU slot VMIU, AAFU
10 DPU slot on BKSU/CKSU DPU

FIGURE 6.2.3.2 SLOT LOCATIONS

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6.2.3.3 Logical Slot Assignment (PGM 103)


If assignment of each board is over, it is automatically registered by slot number order. User can reassign slot order of
each CO Line or extension line to appropriate to user circumstance.
For example, if CO Line board (LCOB) is installed at Slot 5 and at Slot 6, CO line 01-03 becomes CO line of Slot 5.
But if installing each CO line board on the contrary, CO line 01-03 becomes CO line of Slot 6.

COL Board
1. Press the [TRANS/PGM] button + PGM number (103).
2. Press [FLEX1] button.
3. Enter logical slot number (CO board slot: 05-08).
4. Press [HOLD/SAVE] button to accept change.

STA Board
1. Press the [TRANS/PGM] button + PGM number (103).
2. Press [FLEX2] button.
3. Enter logical slot number (STA board slot: 01-04,10).
4. Press [HOLD/SAVE] button to accept change.

VMIU Board
1. Press the [TRANS/PGM] button + PGM number (103).
2. Press [FLEX3] button.
3. Enter logical slot number (VMIU Slot: 09).
4. Press [HOLD/SAVE] button to accept change.

6.2.3.4 Numbering Plan Type (PGM 104)


To program the Numbering Plan Type, perform the following:
1. Press the [TRANS/PGM] button + 104.
2. Enter the Numbering Plan Type (1 digit, refer to Table).
3. Press the [HOLD/SAVE] button to accept changes.

NUMBERING PLAN TYPE

NUMBER SET TYPE/ INTERCOM RANGE DEFAULT REMARK


PRESS #
As the basic type, the 1st digit of the Station
1 100-151 Yes
number should be 1-4.
2 100-151 No The Station number can be changed up to 799.
3 100-151 No
4 700-751 No
5 200-251 No
6 10-61 No
7 100-151 No
8 100-151 No The Station number can be changed up to 999.

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6.2.3.5 Flexible Numbering Plan (PGM 105)


To set the Flexible Numbering Plan, perform the following Steps:
1. Press the [TRANS/PGM] button + 105.
2. Enter the Station Range (dial the Start and End numbers as described in the Table).
3. Press the [HOLD/SAVE] button to accept changes.

NUMBERING PLAN DETAIL

STATION NUMBERS DESCRIPTION


000 001 002 003 [TRANS/PGM] + 105
100 101 102 103
000 001 002 003 Station Number Assign—Four station numbers correspond to the 4 port numbers. The
100 101 102 103 Station number length is in the range of 2 digits through 4 digits. There are two
methods for changing the station number:
Dial two station numbers – Dial the range of the start and end Station numbers. The
LCD will show the dialed range value. Press the [HOLD/SAVE] button to accept
change. All LEDs of BTNs will be extinguished.
Press one of FLEX 1-4 - Each FLEX button (1-4) is assigned to a corresponding
Station number (1- 4) on the current LCD. The LED of the pressed Flexible button will
show steady light. Dial the new Station number and press the [HOLD/SAVE] button to
accept change, or press another Flexible button to assign a Station number to other
stations without saving.
To change the next 4 station numbers then press [▼] button. If you want to change
previous 4 station numbers, then press [▲] button.

To delete all Station numbers, press the [SPEED] button and press the [HOLD/SAVE]
button; all station numbers will be cleared.
000 001 002 003 Press the [HOLD/SAVE] button to save changes to the database permanently (Ex:
100 400 102 103 Press FLEX 2, dial 400 and press [HOLD/SAVE] button).

6.2.3.6 Flexible Numbering Plan (PGM 106-107)


To program Flexible Numbering using PGM 106, perform the following Steps:
1. Press the [TRANS/PGM] button + 106.
2. Enter the desired code (refer to Table).
3. Press the [HOLD/SAVE] button to accept changes.

FLEXIBLE NUMBERING PLAN (PGM106)

FLEX ITEM DEFAULT VALUE


1 Station Group Pilot Number Range 100-151
2 Internal Page Zone Number Range 620-629
3 Internal All Call Page 543
4 Meet Me Page 544
5 External Page Zone 545
6 All Call Page (Internal/External) 549
7 SMDR Account Code 550
8 Flash Command to CO Line 551
9 Last Number Redial (LNR) 552
10 Do-Not-Disturb 553
11 Call Forward 554
12 Speed Dial Program 555
13 MSG Wait/Call-Back Enable 556

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FLEX ITEM DEFAULT VALUE


14 MSG Wait/Call Back Answer 557
15 Speed Dial Access 558
16 Cancel DND/CFW/Pre-Selected MSG Features 559
17 SLT Hold 560
18 Reserved
19 Reserved
20 SLT Program Mode Select 563
21 ACD Reroute 564

To program Flexible numbering using PGM 107, perform the following Steps:
1. Press the [TRANS/PGM] button + 107.
2. Enter the desired code (refer to Table).
3. Press the [HOLD/SAVE] button to accept changes.

FLEXIBLE NUMBERING PLAN (PGM 107)

FLEX ITEM DEFAULT VALUE


1 Alarm Reset 565
2 Group Call Pickup 566
3 UCD Group DND 568
4 Night Answer 569
5 Call Park Location Range 601-608
6 Direct Call Pick-Up 7
801-808
7 Access CO Line Group
(8+ CO Group Line Number)
8 Access Individual CO Line 88 (88 + CO Line Number)
9
10 Access Held CO Line Group 8*
11 Access Held Individual CO Line 8# (8# + CO Line Number)
12 Access to CO Line in the 1st Available CO Line Group 9
13 Attendant Call 0
14 Door Open – 1 #*1
15 Door Open – 2 #*2
16 VM MSG Wait Enable *8
17 VM MSG Wait Cancel *9

6.2.3.7 System IP Setup (PGM 108)


To set up IP functionality, perform the following. Use the # key to skip to the next menu item, as needed:

IP Name
1. Press the [TRANS/PGM] button + 108.
2. Press the [FLEX1] Button.
3. Enter the desired IP Name (up to 16 characters, refer to the section 6.2.3.1 DKTU button map for
Character).
4. Press the [HOLD/SAVE] button to accept changes.

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Server IP Address
1. Press the [TRANS/PGM] button + 108.
2. Press the [FLEX2] Button.
3. Enter the server IP Address (12 digits). (ex., 192168131154 for IP : 192.168.131.154 )
4. Press the [HOLD/SAVE] button to accept changes.

CI IP Address
1. Press the [TRANS/PGM] button + 108.
2. Press the [FLEX3] Button.
3. Enter the CLI IP Address (12 digits).
4. Press the [HOLD/SAVE] button to accept changes.

Gateway Address
1. Press the [TRANS/PGM] button + 108.
2. Press the [FLEX4] Button.
3. Enter the Gateway Address (12 digits).
4. Press the [HOLD/SAVE] button to accept changes.

Subnet Mask Address


1. Press the [TRANS/PGM] button + 108.
2. Press the [FLEX5] Button.
3. Enter the Subnet Mask (12 digits).
4. Press the [HOLD/SAVE] button to accept changes.

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7 TROUBLESHOOTING

PROBLEM CAUSE/SYMPTOM SOLUTION


Power short circuit in some Exchange the malfunctioning board for
board(s) one in good working condition.
Dust each board with a dry cloth.
SYSTEM POWER FAILURE
LD1-4 LEDs on the MBU are All ON Check the PSU fuse.
or All OFF Replace the PSU with an identical
one.
Check the connection of each board
Power short circuit in some
with the MBU.
board(s)
Check the PSU.
Check for a short circuit on the MBU
SYSTEM DOES NOT OPERATE
Bad board connection or other boards.
Press the Reset button when the DIP
switch (SW1for database protection) is
System database not working in the default position.
Exchange the malfunctioning board for
Bad extension circuit
one in good working condition.
Check the connection between the
SLT line and DKT on MDF, and fix any
Bad connection between the MBU
mismatching.
/CHB308 and DKT
Repair any broken connection
DKTU DOES NOT OPERATE between the System and DKT.
Check the distance between the
Proximity of DKT and System
MBU /CHB308 and the DKT
Plug the DKT into another extension
port that has been verified as working.
Bad DKT
If the DKT still does not work properly,
replace the DKT.
Bad MBU /CHB308/CSB316 or Exchange the board for one in good
SLIB8 board working condition.
SLT DOES NOT OPERATE Bad connection between the MBU Check that the board connection
/CHB308/CSB316 or SLIB8 and between the lines of the SLT and DKT
SLT on the MDF, and fix any mismatching.
Check the U8 (Voice processing and
ANCR fail
CO LINE OPERATION FAILURE Tone detection device).
Bad connection Check all connections.
Make sure a shielded cable is in use
Induced noise on the wire between
as the connection wire between the
the System and the amplifier
NOISE ON EXTERNAL MOH system and the amplifier.
AND PAGING PORT Decrease the output level of the
Excessive input level from the
external music source by using the
external music source
volume control on the music source.

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