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NEC Installation

Below is a diagram of the installation of the installation of most NEC Phone Systems.

E System Sales, Inc. offers services by phone to help with your NEC Installation.  A do-it-your-selfer can perform an NEC installation if a DS2000 the NEC EZ Installation cable connector kit is purchased.  Please follow these instructions as well as your installation guide which your received with your NEC phone system starter kit.

Do-it-yourself installation.  The NEC EZ Installation cable connector kit makes installing the DS2000 a breeze.  Click on the link on the right side of the page for an exploded view of the NEC EZ Installation cable connector kit.  After you have followed the instructions on this page and in the NEC DS2000 installation manuals you have received with your phone system, your phone system will be ready to power up.  All DS2000 systems with software version 03.00.00 are plug and play.  You will be ready to send and receive phone calls.

NOTE: 1 pair of wires is required on all incoming phone lines and phone extensions.  A 66 Block termination punch down tool is also required for installation.

Punch down the appropriate pair of wires for each terminal.  For example, the 300R & 300T terminals are the terminals for the first phone extension which is extension 300, and the Line 1R and the Line 1T terminals are for the first incoming telco line witch is Line 1.

NEC DS2000 Installation

RJ61X

25 Pair Cable

Block Term

Color Code

Function

Cable
1

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

White-Blue
Blue-White
White-Orange
Orange-White
White-Green
Green-White
White-Brown
Brown-White

Extension 300 T
Extension 300 R
Extension 301 T
Extension 301 R
Extension 302 T
Extension 302 R
Extension 303 T
Extension 303 R

Cable
2

9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

White-Blue
Blue-White
White-Orange
Orange-White
White-Green
Green-White
White-Brown
Brown-White

Extension 304 T
Extension 304 R
Extension 305 T
Extension 305 R
Extension 306 T
Extension 306 R
Extension 307 T
Extension 307 R

Cable
3

17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

White-Blue
Blue-White
White-Orange
Orange-White
White-Green
Green-White
White-Brown
Brown-White

Extension 308 T
Extension 308 R
Extension 309 T
Extension 309 R
Extension 310 T
Extension 310 R
Extension 311 T
Extension 311 R

Cable
4

25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

White-Blue
Blue-White
White-Orange
Orange-White
White-Green
Green-White
White-Brown
Brown-White

Extension 312 T
Extension 312 R
Extension 313 T
Extension 313 R
Extension 314 T
Extension 314 R
Extension 315 T
Extension 315 R

Cable
5

33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40

White-Blue
Blue-White
White-Orange
Orange-White
White-Green
Green-White
White-Brown
Brown-White

Line 1T
Line 1R
Line 2T
Line 2R
Line 3T
Line 3R
Line 4T
Line 4R

Cable
6

41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48

Violet-Blue
Blue-Violet
Violet-Orange
Orange-Violet
Violet-Green
Green-Violet
Violet-Brown
Brown-Violet

Line 5T
Line 5R
Line 6T
Line 6R
Line 7T
Line 7R
Line 8T
Line 8R

 

49
50

Violet-Slate
Slate-Violet

NC
NC


The above diagram is a schematic view of the telco 66 Block provided in the installation kit.  Click here for a exploded view of a 66-Block.  The installer will notice that there are 2 empty terminals on the bottom of the 66 Block. That is normal.

PC Admin programming is also available for programming the NEC DS1000/2000 phone system through a Windows based Personal Computer.  A Windows 2000 or XP PC Computer with an available serial port,  PC Admin cable, and Windows computer skills are required to perform phone system programming.

Locating pairs of wires for CO/Trunk lines


Take your telephone but set.


Take the Alligator clips


Individually plug the two Alligator clips on to each pair of color coded (white/Blue blue/white) wires.

Listen for dial tone, if dial tone exists call your Cell phone and check the caller IP LCD screen to check the phone number you have dialed from.

Locating wire pairs for telephone connections.


Plug the tone generator into
the telco phone jack of the
office location where the
phone is to be installed


 In the phone room or distribution facility run the tone amplifier along each of the connector punch down interface on the 66 Punch Down Block until you hear the tone at to its loudest point over two of the conductors and you have found the pair of wires foe the phone on the office jack in question.



EZ Install Kit

  

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RJ-61 Connector

  

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Telco 66 Block

 

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