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#195426 11/11/08 07:37 PM
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On a ctx100 i need to have four moh channels. can i do it with single line cards ordo i need the special card.

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Single line cards. The AST should work for 2 more. The first one is on the processor.

For more then that you nee to add a BSTU. I don't know what the Max per system is off the top of my head.

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I think you can use at least 8 newtecky, but I'll have to verify the max (My guess is 16 though).

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What is the current card assignment configuration in your CTX100? You may already have the SLT ports to do it.


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You can have up to 15 according to the manual, by adding 2 BIOU's, each provides 3 MOH/BGM sources, a RSTU that provides up to 8 MOH/BGM sources and 1 off of the ASTU.

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the manual says that the CTX 100 will support 15 MOH / BGM channels. Can I use an RSTU for channels 2 - 9 or do I have to add BIOU s first? Also my manual shows the RSTU connections as BGM , not MOH.

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No, you do not have to add the BIOU cards before you can use the xSTU circuits. They will be assigned as numbers 8-15 though. You use a 8 to 600 ohm matching transformer. You can find them fairly easily at Radio Shack or an Electronics supplier.


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