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This guide explains the installation, configuration and operation of the XN120 External Battery Box.

Further information will be supplied with any optional equipment that you have purchased.
Please keep all information supplied for future reference.

Regulatory Notice.
Refer to the Getting Started Guide (991409-5) supplied with the XN120 Main Unit for the Declaration
of Conformity related to the product.
Warning: This is a class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio
interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.

XN120
Battery Box Guide
Rev 1.0 February 2005
991442-5
Contents

What is the External Battery Box?......................................................................................................................3


Battery Specification...........................................................................................................................................3
Installation Procedure ..........................................................................................................................................3
Connection Diagram.............................................................................................................................................4
1- Unpack the Battery Box ...................................................................................................................................5
2- Wall/Floor Mount the Battery Box...................................................................................................................6
3- Install the batteries...........................................................................................................................................7
4- Connect the Battery Box to the XN120...........................................................................................................8
5- Connect the Power & System Start Up ..........................................................................................................9
6- Configure the XN120 ......................................................................................................................................10
7- Test the Power Fail Operation.......................................................................................................................10
System Operation when Battery Box is connected ........................................................................................10
Power Fail Telephones.....................................................................................................................................10
Battery Maintenance and Replacement............................................................................................................10
Battery Care .....................................................................................................................................................11

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XN120 Battery Box

What is the External Battery Box?


The battery box is an optional unit that
connects to the XN120 main unit or
expansion unit.
One battery box is required for each of
the XN120 main/expansion units.
The battery box provides battery
backup when the power fails to the
XN120 system.
Each battery box will require two Valve
Regulated Lead Acid batteries (Yuasa
2.6Ah 12V)

Battery Specification

Battery capacity 12V, 2.6Ah or equivalent (Voltage must be 12V)


Battery
Only the manufacturer and type
Yuasa NP2.6-12 (134x67x64 mm / 1.12kg)
of battery specified must be
used.
Number of Batteries (per a Box) 2
Backup Duration (Estimated) 1 Hour
Charging time 12 hours (from fully discharged)

Installation Procedure
1
Unpack the battery box

2 Floor/shelf mount the battery The battery box should also be secured to a wall.
box

3
Install the batteries

4
Power off the XN120

5 Connect the battery box to the


XN120 unit

6
Power on the XN120

7
Test the power fail operation

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XN120 Battery Box

Connection Diagram

XN120 Main or Expansion Unit

Battery
Cable

Battery box connecting cable (2.5 metres)

280 mm

155 mm
- -

XN120 Battery Box Batteries

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Unpack the Battery Box

1- Unpack the Battery Box


The battery box is a universal part that can be used to provide battery backup for other NEC products therefore,
there are parts supplied that are not required when used with the XN120.

The battery box is supplied with the following items.


Battery box with approximately 2.5 metres of connecting cable attached.
3 screws for securing the box to the wall
Battery retaining bar with 2 fixing brackets.
2 wing nuts for the battery retaining bar.
2 Orange cables (1 required when used for the XN120)
1 red/blue two terminal connecting cable (required when used for the XN120)
1 red/blue four terminal connecting cable (not required when used for the XN120)
1 spare fuse (20mm 4 Amp, taped to the inside of the battery box)

Additional Items Required:


Cross head screwdriver.
Screws and wall plugs if wall mounting the battery box.
2 Batteries (12V 2.6Ah)

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Wall/Floor Mount the Battery Box

2- Wall/Floor Mount the Battery Box


The battery box can be mounted on the floor or a suitable shelf and secured to the wall or mounted directly
onto the wall.
! If you are wall mounting the battery box you must ensure the screws and wall fixings used are suitable for the
weight of the battery box (5.2Kg when the batteries are installed). The screws supplied are suitable for wall
mounting the battery box onto a wooden board only. If you are mounting the battery box directly onto a
brick/block or plaster board wall you must provide suitable wall fixings and screws.

1 You will need a minimum of


424mm x 149mm (W x H) wall Have 50 mm above the
space for each battery box. box to remove the lid

The battery box is 384mm x


99mm (W x H). Have 20mm on
A 280mm
A
the right side for
Have a nominal the connecting
Ensure the battery box is
20mm to the left cable.
within 2 metres of the XN120
155mm
unit; the connecting cable is
2.5 metres long.
B

Floor/Shelf

2 Loosen the 4 screws on the


front of the battery box and
remove the front cover.

3a Floor/Shelf mounting Position the battery box on the floor/shelf.


Secure to the wall using two screws through holes marked A in the
diagram above.
Fit suitable wall plugs if necessary.
OR
3b Wall mounting Loosen the two screws and the back of the battery box and lower the
metal bracket to reveal hole B. Re-tighten the two screws.

Mark the three holes (A and B), you may need to use the battery box
as the hole template.
Fit suitable wall plugs if necessary.

Fit two screws into holes A, use suitable length/type of screws.

Leave approximately 3~5mm of the screw


protruding from the wall.

Hook the battery box onto the two screws.

Tighten the two screws and secure the battery box by fitting a third
screw into hole B.

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Install the Batteries

3- Install the batteries


! CAUTION - do not short-circuit the battery terminals.

1 Fit the two batteries into the Refer to the Connection Diagram earlier in this guide.
battery box. Ensure the battery terminals are towards the front.

2 Secure the batteries using the Locate the two fixing brackets supplied with the bracket into the key
retaining bracket. slots on the inside of the back panel of the battery box.
Fit the retaining bracket across the front of the batteries.
Secure the retaining bracket with the two wing nuts.

3 Connect the batteries together. Using one of the orange cables connect the +ve terminal of one of the
batteries to the ve terminal of the OTHER battery.
CAUTION - DO NOT SHORT-CIRCUIT the battery terminals.

+ - + -

4 Connect the batteries to the Using the red/blue cable with two terminals connect the remaining +ve
socket within the battery box. and ve battery terminals to the 2-pin socket inside the battery box.

The plug on the red/blue cable


is polarity sensitive; ensure
you connect correctly.
+ - + -
RED BLUE

CAUTION Ensure you:


Connect the red cable to the + battery terminal.
Connect the blue cable to the battery terminal.

There are plastic retaining clips on the inside of the back panel of the
battery box to secure the red/blue cables.

5 Replace the front cover of the


battery box.

Write the date of installation on


the label on the front cover of
the battery box.

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Connect the Battery Box to the XN120

4- Connect the Battery Box to the XN120


! You must power off the system before the battery box is connected to the XN120 unit.

1 Power off the XN120 system. You must also power off any expansion units if they are installed.

2 Remove the sub cover of the


XN120 Unit.
Push

Slide

2 Connect the cable from the


battery box to the socket in the
XN120 unit.

The plug on the battery box


connecting cable is polarity
sensitive; ensure you connect
correctly.

! If you have any XN120


Expansion units you must
connect a separate battery box
to each XN120 expansion unit.
Ensure the connecting cable from the battery box can not become
damaged; tie up any loose cable.

3 Re-fit the XN120 sub cover.

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Power On the System

5- Connect the Power & System Start Up


1 Ensure the NORMAL switch is ! System Start Up Retain Customer Configuration
set correctly. This is the normal operation for powering the XN120 on.
Before you power on the system check that the NORMAL switch is set
to ON. This will ensure that the system memory retains your
configuration.
The NORMAL switch is located to the right of the MOH/Page
connector on the main unit, refer to the Getting Started Guide supplied
with the XN120 for further information.

2 Power on the XN120. If you have any XN120 expansion units power these on first.
Switch on the power with the switch at the left side of the XN120 unit.

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Battery Box Operation

6- Configure the XN120


There is no configuration related to the battery box.

7- Test the Power Fail Operation


You should test each battery box/XN120 main and expansion unit separately.

1 With the XN120 unit switched


ON, powered by mains power
and also connected to the
battery box.

2 Turn OFF the mains power to The XN120 unit should continue to operate as normal.
the XN120 unit Leave the power OFF for 30 seconds to ensure the system continues
to operate correctly.
Check that you can make/receive a call from any of the telephones to
confirm the system is working correctly.

3 Turn ON the mains power to The XN120 unit should continue to operate as normal.
the XN120 unit

P Ensure the mains power is ON to all XN120 units after you complete the tests.

System Operation when Battery Box is connected


The battery box will provide battery back up when the mains power fails to the XN120 unit.
The XN120 charges the batteries whilst it is mains powered.
Each XN120 main/expansion unit must have a separate battery box connected.

When the mains power fails the XN120 unit will continue to operate as normal until the batteries become
discharged. The XN120 unit is considered to be in battery back up mode at this time, it is not in power fail
mode.
When the batteries are discharged the XN120 unit will stop working, the XN120 is now considered to be in
power fail mode.

! If you switch off the XN120 unit whilst in battery back up mode it will not power back on until the mains power
is supplied. The XN120 will not start up in battery back up mode.

Power Fail Telephones


If the XN120 has power fail telephones connected (refer to the XN120 Getting Started Guide 991409-5 for
details of connecting power fails telephones and power fail options) they will become active when both the
mains power fails and the batteries are discharged i.e. when the XN120 is in power fail mode.

Battery Maintenance and Replacement.


The batteries should be replaced every 3 years to ensure the maximum battery back up duration (1 hour) is
available.
The maximum operating life of the batteries is 5 years, the battery back up duration will begin to reduce after 3
years.
The label on the front cover of the battery box should indicate the battery installation and replacement dates.
Follow the instructions in this guide when replacing the batteries.
Follow the instructions supplied by the battery manufacturer for disposal of the old batteries.

Replacing the fuse


Replace with the same type of fuse 20mm 4Amp fast acting.

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Battery Information
Battery Care
This is a guide only please follow any information that is supplied by the battery manufacturer.

Never leave the batteries in a discharged state.


The battery back up duration will be reduced if the battery is left discharged for long periods of time.
Replace the batteries if you suspect they have been left discharged
o
Recommended Operating Temperature 20 C.
Higher temperatures will reduce the battery life.
Lower temperatures will reduce the battery back up duration.

Ventilation.
Although the batteries are of a sealed (valve regulated) type gases may be released from the batteries.
Do not install the battery box in a sealed enclosure.

Never short-circuit the battery terminals.


There is a risk of explosion.
The battery may be damaged and will need to be replaced.

Batteries are heavy 1.12Kg each.


Although the batteries used with the battery box are relatively small the weight of the battery box is 5.2Kg when
the batteries are installed.

Do not tamper with the battery.


The battery contains hazardous liquid and gas.
Never try to open the battery case.
Do not bend the battery terminals.

Disposing of batteries.
Return old batteries to the battery supplier or a licensed battery dealer.
Do not dispose of batteries into a waste bin.
Do not incinerate batteries.

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