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61200376L1-5B  
Issue 2, June 2000  
CLEI Code: SILCHL0DAA  
TA 850 System Installation and Maintenance  
Contents  
TA 850 system benefits integrated communications  
providers,such as CLECs,ILECs,and ISPs,who require  
a customer premises device that integrates voice and  
data functions, and provides a viable migration path  
from TDM to packet-based technology. The TA 850  
features remote management, an integrated IP/ IPX  
router, and special services slots.  
1. General........................................................................... 1  
2. Product Overview ........................................................ 1  
3. Installation ..................................................................... 2  
4. Specifications................................................................. 6  
5. Maintenance.................................................................. 6  
6. Warranty and Customer Service................................ 6  
7. Limited Product Warranty.......................................... 7  
8. Regulatory Requirements............................................ 7  
Figures  
Figure 1. TA 850................................................................ 1  
Figure 2. TA 850 Backplane............................................. 2  
Figure 3. TA 850 Component Layout and Cable Con-  
nections.............................................................. 3  
Figure 4. Connector Pinout ............................................. 5  
Figure 5. T1 Connections................................................. 5  
Figure 6. Alternate Power Connection .......................... 5  
Figure 7. Office Alarm Connections .............................. 6  
Figure 1. TA 850  
Tables  
Table 1. TA 850 Backplane Connections ....................... 4  
Table 2. Wire Wrap Identification.................................. 6  
Table 3. Alarm Notification............................................. 6  
Table 4. Specifications and Part Numbers .................. 10  
The TA 850is a modular device,with two common slots  
and eight access slots. Common cards required for op-  
eration are a power supply unit (PSU) and a router con-  
trol unit (RCU). The RCU is a card that currently  
supports TDM-based applications, but can be easily up-  
graded to an ATM-based controller as requirements  
change. The RCU includes a T1 network interface,  
DSX-1 PBXinterface, Nx56/ 64 V.35 interface, and built-  
in IP/ IPX router. Six access slots allow the user to com-  
bine a variety of voice and data services. Up to six Quad  
FXS or Quad FXO access modules can be installed to  
support up to 24 analog voice lines. Other access mod-  
ules for data applications include the OCU DP and  
ISDN U-BR1TE. The other two access slots are for fu-  
ture hardware options.  
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. GENERAL  
This practice provides installation and maintenance  
procedures for the ADTRAN Total Access 850 (TA 850)  
System. The Specifications and Part Numbers Table  
(
Table 4on page 10)shows part numbers for equipment  
and documents referenced in this practice. Referenced  
practices should be on-hand during system installation.  
NOTE  
This is not an operational manual. To obtain an  
operational manual, contact ADTRAN Technical  
Support at (888) 4ADTRAN.  
Using local or remote inband management, carriers can  
turn features, functions, and access ports on and off.  
Easy access to modules, common cards, power sup-  
plies, and the battery back-up system simplify mainte-  
nance procedures. Hot-swappable modules may be  
replaced without disrupting other units. The four-cir-  
cuit-per-module design ensures that only four analog  
circuits are affected when replacing a module.  
Revision History  
This is the initial release of this document. Future revi-  
sions to this document will be described in this subsec-  
tion.  
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PRODUCT OVERVIEW  
A compact, NEBS-compliant cabinet suitable for the  
customer premises or the central office provides added  
safety and reliability. The 2U design uses little rack  
space. When wall mounted, the 8.5-inch by 11-inch  
The TA 850 system (see Figure 1) is an integrated access  
device designed for cost-effective deployment of voice  
and data services at the customer’s premises. The  
Trademarks: Any brand names and product names included in this document are  
trademarks, registered trademarks, or trade names of their respective holdres.  
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