Security alarm and monitoring system Time and attendance system Two Fax Machines on one line Flow monitoring system Please read through the rest of this guide to learn how to properly install and operate the CS Unpacking the CS return to top When you open the CS box for the first time, inspect the contents. A modular system consists of phone cables that can be connected and disconnected from a telephone device. A non-modular system consists of cables that are hard-wired to the telephone device and cannot be disconnected from the equipment. A telephone installer may be required to install the CS on a non-modular system. The CS works with either of these systems.
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Security alarm and monitoring system Time and attendance system Fax Modem Flow monitoring system Please read through the rest of this guide to learn how to properly install and operate the CS Unpacking the CS return to top When you open the CS box for the first time, inspect the contents. A modular system consists of phone cables that can be connected and disconnected from a telephone device.
A non-modular system consists of cables that are hard-wired to the telephone device and cannot be disconnected from the equipment. A telephone installer may be required to install the CS on a non-modular system.
The CS works with either of these systems. Simply follow the appropriate installation instructions provided in " Installation on a telephone system. Connect the provided 4-wire modular line cord from a standard telephone wall jack to this port.
Connect your fax machine to the FAX port. See " Standard 2-line operations. To mount on a wall, follow these steps: 1.
Mark the positions for 2 mounting screws not supplied on the wall. Drill the 2 holes, then thread the screws into the wall. Do not over tighten the screws. Align the keyholes on the back of the CS with the 2 screws, then push in and press down to secure it to the wall. You can place the telephone line cords through the line guides on the back of the CS to reduce tangling. NOTE: If you place the CS on a flat surface, do not place it in close proximity to any peripheral equipment approximately 2 to 3 feet away from all electronic equipment.
Connecting the CS return to top This section explains how to install the CS in most phone configurations that appear in a home or office.
You can install the CS into one of the following phone configurations: 1 or 2-line telephones Installation procedures for each of these configurations are provided in the following sections.
To perform the installation procedures in the following sections, you may need the following equipment: telephone cables to connect the CS to your telephone wall jack.
You need additional telephone cables for as many pieces of equipment as you intend to connect to the CS If the equipment manufacturer does not provide the required cables, you can purchase them at a consumer electronics store. Installation with 1 or 2-line telephones return to top The following diagram shows a complete installation for a 1 or 2-line telephone connection. While the connections to the telephone wall jack may be different for other types of phone systems, the connections to the CS remain the same for all phone configurations.
Plug the other end of the modular line cord into the telephone wall jack. Plug the adapter into a standard AC outlet. The green LED flashes rapidly for about 5 seconds when power is applied and then remains illuminated, indicating its ON status. Set the fax to answer on 1 ring. To connect an answering machine, plug one end of a modular line cord into the TAD port on the CS Set the modem to answer on 1 ring. Service activation required. Connect your filters as shown below: 1.
Connect the two filters together in series. Plug one end of the connected filters into the telephone wall jack. Installation on a telephone system return to top A telephone system is common in a medium or large office arrangement in which calls are coming in on 2 or more telephone lines and can be routed to any number of extensions. The system typically has features like call holding, music on hold, conference calling, and intercom paging. The diagram shows telephone devices connected to the CS for a telephone system; follow the same procedures if you have a mini-telephone system in your home or small office.
For the CS to operate properly, it must be "in front" of the telephone system. In other words, it must connect directly to the incoming telephone line. Connect the other equipment as previously shown. All equipment on that line telephone system, fax, computer modem, and so on must connect directly to the CS If you have any questions or are not confident that you can complete this installation procedure, contact the Customer Service Center in the "Warranty" section of this guide or a professional installer for further instructions.
Do not plug the CS into a telephone system phone jack. You may damage your phone system. This service assigns multiple phone numbers to a single phone line.
Each number is assigned a unique ring identity. Working in conjunction with this service, the CS identifies and individually directs two unique ring types to designated telephone devices or locations i.
This service may not be available in some locations, but is required for use with this application. Contact your local telephone company to verify availability in your area.
You must program the CS as follows: 1.
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