If the contact is normally open, a 7501-15 or 7501-16.
Frame relay is a communication service from an end user to the network. The isolation card used depends on the physical layer circuit provided by the network. This could be an HDSL circuit (751339R2), a T1 circuit (751329), a fractional T1 circuit (751329) or 56k DDS circuit (7501-24).
A 7501-40 should be used, with the four wires DX signaling setup. To do so, the following is required:
A 7501-16 card.
An ISDN 751333A.
One should use a 7501-16 card that has been modified for this type of circuit using Modification Bulletin #7501-15-40 (7501-16A), #7501-15-41 (7501-16B) or #7501-15-42 (7501-16C).
A 7501-16 card.
A 751317, a 7501-16 or a 751321.
If it uses a POTS line, a 7501-16, 751317 or 751321 should be used.
If it uses a dry line, a 7501-72 card should be used.
A 7501-16 must be used. The CO might be looking for a negative voltage referenced to the ground. If this is the case, a proper Modification Bulletin must be implemented: #7501-15-40 (7501-16A), #7501-15-41 (7501-16B) or #7501-15-42 (7501-16C).
If it uses a FX line, a 751317, a 7501-16 or a 751321 should be used. If it is a 4-wire E&M line, the following will be required:
It depends if the phone uses battery reversal or not, and if it uses tones or ground signaling.
If it is an older phone using ground signaling, the only way to isolate it is by using a setup made of two 7501-16 cards called “the coin telephone setup”. For further information on this setup, a Positron technician should be contacted.
If it is a phone using tones and no battery reversal, the 751317, 751321 or 7501-16 cards may be used. The 751321 cards are the least expensive.
There is no Teleline for an RS-485. The only way to isolate such a link is to first transform it into a POTS line using a modem at both ends, and then using a 751317, 751321 or 7501-16 to isolate the line between the modems.
A 7501-72 card should be used.
A 7501-15 card should be used. There are three different Models that are powered from different voltages: 7501-15A, 7501-15B and 7501-15C.
The new versions of the shelves can accommodate a 4-wire circuit. For an older shelf, two 2-wire cards can be used to isolate a 4-wire circuit.
For more information, refer to the question on card compatibility for older shelves of the FAQ Installation section.
The 7501-01 can be replaced with a 751317 or a 751321. They will both work perfectly on a POTS line.
The 7501-72 can be used to replace any of these cards.
The 751317 card can be used to isolate a ground start line.
A 7501-16 card should be used.
A 7501-24 should be used. If it is an older shelf, two 7501-72 cards can be used.
A 751317 should be used.
The input power for the 751316 power supply has to be connected through TB3 on the station motherboard. The 8-card shelf manual should be consulted for more information.
On the central office side only, connect the alphanumerical pair TA-RA or TB-RB, and on the station side, connect both the alphanumerical pair for the ADSL portion of the card and the numerical pair for the POTS portion, both on a separate RJ11 Jacks. Refer to the installation section of the 751321B product manual for further documentation.
The W3 setting jumper must be placed on pin 2-3 when using a fax or modem and on jumper 1-2 when using a telephone. This jumper is located on the station side next to the edge gold connector.
The 751339R3 4-wire HDSL or the 751340R3 2-wire HDSL can be used to power up the NIU, as long as the station side is locally powered from the shelf.
Positron used to make a 7501-35 card that would power circuit cards within the older and the newer version of the 3, 5 and 8-card shelves. In order not to waste a circuit slot, in the 5 and 8-card shelves, the 751313, 751316 and 751324 power supplies should be used in the dedicated slots of the shelves, which do not waste a full size circuit slot. Because the 3-card shelf does not have the dedicated power supply slot, an external power supply to the shelf should be used.
With the older shelves, the physical makeup of the station motherboard of the shelf does not allow a 48 Vdc to originate on the shelf and be routed outside the shelf. In addition, there is no connection on the back plane of the shelf to allow an output of 48 Vdc from a supply to be connected to the motherboard. With the new version of the 5 and 8-card shelves, it is possible to supply a 48 Vdc power to power the station side loop back equipment. For the 5-card shelf, refer to figure 4 of the 751112/1 installation guide. For the 8-card shelf, refer to figure 4 of the 751109/13 installation guide.
No. Bridging is a severe safety issue. It would require special protection equipment at both locations, and would create confusion during installation. In addition to that, I.E.E.E. standard 487 strictly disallows bridging of any circuit using any means.
No, the wiring of the CO cable to the shelf cable via the isolation jacks should be done once. Then, all future changes should be done at a cross connect box or at the 300 V point splice. This is a safety item and a maintenance item. This is part of the design of the isolation. If constant rewiring on the jacks is being done, the cable pairs will become brittle and break. In addition, it is far safer to wire the jacks than make the 300 V point connection. That way one can work the isolation jack connection barehanded, assuming the dedicated cable is open and the pairs are cleared at the 300 V point splice.