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NetVanta ISDN BRI Dial Backup Interface Module (DIM) P/N 1200865L1
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Quick Start Guide
Quick Start Guide, 61200865L1-13E, July 2006 Technical Support 1-888-4ADTRAN (1-888-423-8726) Copyright © 2006 ADTRAN, All Rights Reserved
Features Clear channel and bonding mode 1 call protocols
Network support for 64 kbps (1 B-channel)
D-channel switch compatibility with AT&T 5ESS,
Northern Telecom DMS-100, and National ISDN-1
V.54 network loopback support
Compliance FCC Part 15 Class A, EN 55022 Class A, EN 55024
EN 61000-3-2, EN 61000-3-3
ACTA/FCC Part 68, IC CS-03,
Physical Dimensions: 2.5-inch W x 3.75-inch D
Operating Temperature: 0°C to 50°C
Storage Temperature: -20°C to 70°C
Relative Humidity: Up to 95 percent, noncondensing
NetVanta modules should be installed only in
NetVanta Series products.
SLOT 1 NET/D BU
WAN-T1 DSX-1 DBU
ISDN BRI DBU CONNECTION PINOUTS
1. Remove power from the base unit.
2. If the Network Interface Module (NIM) is already in the NetVanta
chassis, remove all cables from the module and release the pins at
both edges of the NIM faceplate and slide the module out of the
3. Carefully align the P1 connector on the NIM with the J1 connector on
the ISDN BRI DIM. Using only fingertip pressure so that neither circuit
board bends or flexes, ensure that the connectors are firmly seated.
Secure the ISDN BRI DIM to the NIM using the screws and standoff
4. Slide the NIM with the ISDN BRI DIM attached into the NetVanta
option slot until the NIM is firmly seated against the chassis.
5. Secure the pins at both edges of the NIM.
6. Connect the cables to the associated device(s)
7. Complete installation of the base unit.
8. Restore power to the base unit.
For NetVanta modules with outside plant
connections, ensure that all cables are
removed from the module before installing
or removing it from the NetVanta chassis.
Pin Name Description
1-3 — Unused
4 R Network-Ring
6-8 — Unused
Important: For additional details on product
features, specifications, installation, and safety, refer
to the appropriate Hardware Installation Guide on
the ADTRAN OS System Documentation CD
shipped with the base unit and available online at