Chapter 14: Site Requirements and Preparation Planning and Installation Guide
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14.3.7.7 Audio Output (Paging and Night Bell) Cabling
Various ShoreGear voice switches have a 3.5 mm mini-stereo audio output connector for
overhead paging and night bell on a per site basis. The audio output port provides low-level
line audio with a sufficient input level for a typical amplifier. The paging port output is
about one volt peak to peak, similar to the line output of a CD player, and can drive inputs
that are 600 ohms or higher. Refer to Appendix G, starting on page 303, to determine the
voice switches that provide the 3.5 mm mini-stereo input connector.
The audio output is mono signal. If you use a stereo jack, the signal is available on one
channel, but the other channel will be silent.
This is a single-zone paging system. If more zones are required, see the application note on
ShoreTel’s online knowledge base.
14.3.7.8 Maintenance Cabling
ShoreGear voice switches support a maintenance port for connection terminal using a
standard DB-9 female connector. This maintenance port is typically used only when
assigning networking parameters if DHCP or BOOTP is not being used.
14.4 Racks and Cabling
14.4.1 General Cabling Overview
The diagram in Figure 14-1 highlights the key components with respect to cabling for your
voice network.
Starting from the lower left in this diagram, the telephone cabling is organized as follows:
A telephone jack (RJ-11) is provided for each telephone.
Figure 14-1 Cabling Overview
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