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K8335

SWITCHBOARD FOR MAGNETO OR BATTERY RINGING
WALL PATTERN
For Single or Double Lines

Consisting of Annunciator Drops, with Corresponding Line Jacks, Through Plugs and Cords, operatorís Plug and Cord, and Contacts for operating the local Bell Circuit upon the dropping of a Shutter. Woodwork of solid well-seasoned Polished Walnut, with Nickel-plated Terminals.

For 2 to 20 lines.

Taken from the GEC Telephone Catalogue, K Section, 10th Edition, 1908


K8335

TELEPHONE SWITCHBOARDS (PMBX)
WALL AND FLOOR TYPES, MAGNETO RINGING OR LOCAL BATTERY RINGING
Wall Pattern - Drop Shutter Type

These switchboards are supplied for use in Public Buildings, Hotels, Flats, etc.

All cabinet work is of well-seasoned walnut. The line indicators are not enclosed.

Annunciator switchboard, without operatorís instrument or combined ringing and listening keys attached, but equipped with  line indicator K8400, line jacks K8405, through cords K8473, operatorís cord K8474, double line plugs K8423, and 3-inch circular bell and switch.

In 1916 and 1926 it was available in 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 12, 15, 18 and 20 line sizes.

The 1916 model is shown above right.

1926 model 1932 model


Taken from the 1916 and 1926 catalogues and also in the GEC Catalogue Everything Electrical - 1935 edition

 

 
 
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