BT VICEROY/MITEL SUPER 10


PXML No 74

A 8+16 max, POT or Featurephone (software dependant), LD/MF analogue switch made by MITEL and only marketed by BT. Known as the Viceroy in the UK or the Mitel Super 10 in North America. All the cards are contained within the console and the PSU/TJF is fixed to a nearby wall (console & PSU shown to right). Initial software release was 242 but call logging, superset working (first 8 ports) and abbreviated dial was made available on latter 243 versions.
Similar in programming, alarms and hardware to the SX10/SX10E.

CONFIGURATION
Power consumption 100 watts

Max capacity:-
8 Exchange lines (4 of which can be AC15 or DC5), 16 Extensions, 8 Intercom paths.
Power fail for lines 1 & 2 only to ports 01 and 02.
Approved for Loop Disconnect exchange signalling only, but will send MF on 243 variants.
Featurephones (Superset 4 or TX14 can only be used on 243 variant).


Click here for information on the RAM batteries

Click here for the Parts List

Cabinet key = FS880


INSTALLATION
Before use, the Viceroy system must be loaded with default data.  This operation clears out the RAM and loads default data, ensuring that the database is free from corruption.

Loading Default data

  1. Open console top
  2. Set both switches in front of Nicad RAM batteries to ON
  3. Turn power on
  4. Set system status switch 1 to closed (behind slics)
  5. press RESET button (to right of PROM card)
  6. Console display shows 88888888
  7. Console display shows ????????
  8. Within 6 seconds set switch 1 to open
  9. Console display shows --------
  10. Set switch 1 to closed
  11. Console display shows 00-00
  12. Default Data has been loaded

DIP switch settings

ON Always On 2 digit
extn range
Port 1
normal extn
Data access
protected
4 3 2 1
OFF 3 digit
extn range
Port 1
test extn
Data access
unprotected

Viceroy CPU card showing position of all components

Programming Mode
To enter programming:

  1. Check that system DIP switch 1 is set to CLOSED
  2. Press the STATUS button until 142 or 143 appears and hold button down
  3. Dial 7772
  4. Release STATUS button
  5. Dial 58 or #

Voltage Test Points

There is a strip of pins located near the DIP switches.  System voltages can be tested at this point with a high impedance multimeter.

Pin 1 is the top pin and pin 6 is the bottom pin.

Voltage to be
measured
Measurement
point
Reference
point
Voltage
range
+5v dc Pin 1 Pin 5 or 6 +4.8v to +5.2v
+5v dc Pin 2 Pin 5 or 6 +4.8v to +5.2v
-8v dc Pin 3 Pin 5 or 6 -7.6v to -8.2v
-28v dc Pin 4 Pin 5 or 6 27v to 29v
0v dc Pin 5 Reference
Ground Pin 6 Reference

242 ALARMS
01 	Power up diagnostics test.
02	Power up or auto diagnostics test.
04 	Automatic diagnostics test.
05	Automatic diagnostics test.
10	TK condition. (No loop curr. detected on TKxx).
11	TK condition. (No seize ACK. when TKxx seized).
12 	TK condition. (No Release ACK. when TKxx Rlsd).
20	Sp/path stuck at 0 and busied out.
21 	Sp/path stuck at high and busied out.
22	Sp/path xx 5/cct. to Sp/path yy both busied.
23	Sp/path xx failure due to DT detector test.
30  	Unable to connect Sp/path to Extension xx.
31	Unable to connect Sp/path to TK xx.
40 	DT detector x failure and busied out.
4I  	MF4 gen. x failure and busied out.
42 	MF4 rec. x failure and busied.
50	P/fail & reset caused by internal working.
60-69	Software alarms.
63	Defective battery ram.
64	Corrupted non-volatile ram.
80	Trunk held up busy.
243 ALARMS
01 	Power up diagnostics test.
02	Power up or auto diagnostics test.
03      Volatile RAM read/write test error.
04 	Automatic diagnostics test.
05	Automatic diagnostics test.
10	TK condition. (No loop curr. detected on TKxx).
11	TK condition. (No seize ACK. when TKxx seized).
12 	TK condition. (No Release ACK. when TKxx Rlsd).
15      Extension equipment XX B wire permanent earth.
20	Sp/path stuck at 0 and busied out.
21 	Sp/path stuck at high and busied out.
22	Sp/path xx 5/cct. to Sp/path yy both busied.
23	Sp/path xx failure due to DT detector test.
30  	Unable to connect Sp/path to Extension xx.
31	Unable to connect Sp/path to TK xx.
40 	DT detector x failure and busied out.
4I  	MF4 gen. x failure and busied out.
42 	MF4 rec. x failure and busied.
50	P/fail & reset caused by internal working.
60-69	Software alarms.
63	Defective battery ram.
64	Corrupted non-volatile ram.
72      Console dead due to hardware failure or switching to console-less operation
80	Trunk held up busy & will not release.
90      Reader error (data dump and load).
91      Printer dead.
92      Auto wake-up queue full/CIL queue full.

TO LOAD DEFAULT FROM CONSOLE

1.  	Access programming mode. Press and release status button 
	until software variant shows, then hold button down

2.	Type in password, release status button and then 
	type 58 or # (depends if lastno redial set 243 only)

3.	?601 shows on display

4.	Key #998*	Default data is loaded when display flashes


TO LOAD DEFAULT ON INITIAL POWER-UP

1.	Turn power on

2.  	Set system status switch 1 to closed

3.	Press reset button
	Console display shows 8888888, then flashes ???????

4.	Within 6 seconds set SW1 to OPEN	Console shows -------

5.	Set SW1 to CLOSED	Console shows 00-00

6.	Default data is now loaded


EXTENSION DIAL-UP CODES (default)
68    	Paging access
67  	Hold
690  	Hold Retrieve-Local
691  	Hold Retrieve-Remote
66  	Group Pick-up
61  	Diversion of all calls
8	Night Service dial answer
62	Diversion on no reply
63  	Diversion on Busy
65 	Extension reset
9	Trunk access

VICEROY 242 OPERATORS DIAL-UP FUNCTIONS
11	Night service ON
12	Night service OFF
13	Identifying & resetting alarms
14	Set l2hr clock
15	Set 24hr clock
16	Lamp test (cabinet and remote display only)
19	+ xx. access TK by equipment number
21	+ TK No. + Extension. Night service
22	Temp TK barring +Extension. No
23 	Barring Extension to Extension. ON
24 	Barring Extension to Extension. OFF
27 	+ xx Access Sp/path by number
3I 	Alarm clear
32	Cancel all alarms
4I	+xx Busy out trunk
42	+x Busy out MF4 Generator
43	+x Busy out MF4 Receiver
44	+x Busy out DT detector No x
45	+x Busy out Speech path
51	+ xx Free Trunk
52	+ x Free MF4 Generator
53	+ x Free MF4 Receiver
54	+ x Free DT detector
55	+ xx Free Speech path
   
VICEROY 243 OPERATORS DIAL UP CODES (242 plus those below)
17	Background music ON
18	Background music OFF
28	Display message waiting
29  	Clear messages waiting
60	Review ABB dial
65	Set ABB dial
71	Set Auto-wake up
72	Display auto-wake up
73	Extension metering audit
75	* Printer suspend
75	0 Printer purge
75	# Printer resume
80	Set date
97	Data dump
98  	Data load

 

Default Feature Access Codes

1 Abbreviated Dialing
20 - 29 Extension Numbers
30 - 35 Extension Numbers
41 Hunt Group 1
42 Hunt Group 2
43 Hunt Group 3
44 Hunt Group 4
45 Hunt Group 5
46 Hunt Group 6
48 RMATS Modem Access
58 Programming and Special Functions
59 Operator Functions
61 Divert All Calls
62 Divert on No Reply
63 Divert on Busy
65 Extension Features Reset
66 Pickup
67 Hold
68 Paging Access
690 Hold Retrieve - Local
691 Hold Retrieve - Remote
7 Private Wire access
8 NSDA Answer
9 Outside line access
0 Operator


KNOWN PROBLEMS

1.  Flat RAM battery.  Causes strange problems - usually after a power cut.
    Corrupts system memory, causes near stoppage - but not quite!
    Check battery voltages and replace - usually last at least 7 years.

2.  Console handset cuts off calls.  Old style consoles were prone to the handset socket breaking - test by wriggling plug.
     Also handset cord fails where it meets the handset.

3.  Console goes into night service automatically.  Usually caused by console handset cord failure.

 

 
 
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Last revised: November 01, 2010

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