Nortel Meridian Shielded 4-Port Octopus Cable w/o Ethernet NT1R03BA

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Nortel Meridian Shielded 4-Port Octopus Cable w/o Ethernet NT1R03BA

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Shielded 4-Port Octopus Cable w/o Ethernet

 

Input/output cables
Main cabinet
Two shielded four-port cables are used to connect the Meridian MAX IPE/IPE-E to its supervisor workstation, printers, and other peripheral devices. Cable A (NT1R03AA) has a 50-pin key telephone connector on one end and four DB-25 female connectors on the other, as well as an additional Ethernet port, shown in Figure 4-14. Cable B (NT1R03BA) is identical to Cable A except that it has no additional Ethernet port.  Each of the eight female DB-25 connectors can connect to a peripheral device. Cable A services Ports 1, 3, 5, and 7. Cable B services
Ports 2, 4, 6, and 8. Refer to the Communication Port Assignment Sheet (Table 4-4) when connecting peripherals to cables. Underneath the main cabinet of the Option 11 is a connector panel with 10 numbered connector ports. Each connector port connects to the corresponding numbered slot directly above, inside the main cabinet. The key telephone connectors of each four-port cable are connected here. These connectors are held in place by a removable connector panel bar.

Expansion Cabinet 

If you are installing your Meridian MAX IPE/IPE-E module into an Option 11 expansion cabinet, the process is very similar to an installation in the main cabinet.
Two shielded four-port cables are used to connect the Meridian MAX IPE/IPE-E to its supervisor workstation, printers, and other peripheral
devices. Cable A (NT1R03AA) has a 50-pin key telephone connector on one end and four DB-25 female connectors on the other, as well as an
additional Ethernet port, shown in Figure 4-14. Cable B (NT1R03BA) is identical to Cable A except that it has no additional Ethernet port, shown in Figure 4-14. Each of the eight DB-25 connectors can connect to a peripheral device. Cable A services Ports 1, 3, 5, and 7. Cable B services Ports 2, 4, 6, and 8. Refer to the Communication Port Assignment Sheet
(Table 4-4) when connecting peripherals to cables. Underneath the expansion cabinet of the Option 11 is a connector panel with 10 numbered connector ports. Each connector port connects to the corresponding numbered slot directly above, inside the expansion cabinet. The key telephone connectors of each four-port cable are connected here. These connectors are held in place by a removable connector panel bar. The connector panel assignment for Cable A (NT1R03AA) and Cable B (NT1R03BA) in the Option 11 is shown in Table 4-3. The connector panel
assignment depends on the desired slot placement of the Meridian MAX IPE/IPE-E module.

 

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