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AUX connector
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AUX connector

AUX connector

(OP)
Hi,

Does anyone have a list of what each of the pairs on the Aux connector are for?

Thanks

Dave.

RE: AUX connector

This does not apply to the CMC (Prologix) which comes with the PI cable.

W-BL/BL-W    Major (External with signal incoming to system)
W-O/O-W      Minor (External with signal incoming to system)
W-G/G-W       GRD
W-BR/BR-W     GRD
W-S/S-W       GRD
R-BL/BL-R     GRD
R-O/O-R       GRD
R-G/G-R       Not Connected
R-BR/BR-R     Not Connected
R-S/S-R       Not Connected
BK-BL/BL-BK  -48/GND (Emergency Transfer Relay Power)
BK-O/O-BK    -48/GND (Emergency Transfer Relay Power)
BK-G/G-BK    -48/GND (Emergency Transfer Relay Power)
BK-BR/BR-BK  -48/GND (Emergency Transfer Relay Power)
BK-S/S-BK    -48/GND (Emergency Transfer Relay Power)
Y-BL/BL-Y    -48/GND (Emergency Transfer Relay Power)
Y-O/O-Y      -48/GND (Emergency Transfer Relay Power)
Y-G/G-Y      Not Connected
Y-BR/BR-Y    GND/-48 (AUX Power)
Y-S/S-Y      GND/-48 (AUX Power)
V-BL/BL-V    GND/-48 (AUX Power)
V-O/O-V      Not Connected
V-G/G-V      Ext Alarm A/Ext Alarm Return
V-BR/BR-V    Not Connected
V-S/S-V      INADS Tip/INADS Ring

RE: AUX connector

I put the pinouts to a webpage to make it more orderly.
http://www.cyxla.com/avaya/AUXILIARY.html
what i notice was that the books of R6 and before and
R7 and greater are different.
the diverge is in the AUX Power.

R6 an before
pin, coler,  Explanation,
44   Y-BR    -48
19   BR-Y    GND
45   Y-S     -48
20   S-Y     GND
46   V-BL    -48
21   BL-V    GND

R7 and later
pin, coler,  Explanation,
44   Y-BR    GND
19   BR-Y    -48
45   Y-S     GND
20   S-Y     -48
46   V-BL    GND
21   BL-V    -48

I belief that the first (R6) is the right one.
Be careful with testing.

All of the other pinouts are the same as in the posting
of maxg.

Greets, Bob

RE: AUX connector

(OP)
Thanks alot guys,  This is just what I needed

Thanks again

Dave

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