TELEPHONE No's 90XX, 910X & 910X range


Telephone 9001 Brown Telephone 9003 Maroon
Telephone 9003 Stone Telephone 9003 Grey

The basic Statesman telephone is available in LD l0pps pulsing or MF4 signalling. LD versions are available with Earth recall only whilst the MF 9101AR version offers earth or timed break recall facilities.  The Statesman 9101AR is supplied configured for Earth Loop recall for conversation to Timed Break recall.

Telephones 9001, 9003, 9005 and 9040 are basic LD Statesman, the 9040 includes last number redial facility.

The message waiting and neon handset telephones are only available with MF4 signalling, stone colour only.
All models are similar in appearance.
The colour range comprised of Brown, Blue, Stone, Green, Grey and Maroon.
Not all versions are available in all colours.
Incoming calls are indicated by a tone caller with adjustable volume control.

Made by:-
GEC Ltd (GEN)
Plessey Ltd (EET)
PYE/Phillips Ltd (TMC Ltd) (GNA)

Statesman Telephones have a Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) of 1.  Telephone instruments (BT and non BT supplied) are now required to be labelled with their REN so that users do not exceed the permitted maximum number of ringers in circuit.

A telephone with REN of 1 has a ringer performance comparable to that of a standard instrument (telephone 8746G), the total REN value of all ringers connected at any time at an installation must not exceed 4.

The REN does not guarantee compatibility between ringers of different technologies on the same installation.

ALTERNATE RECALL;
To configure a Statesman 9101AR for timed break recall proceed as follows. open the telephone by removing the screw in the base and pulling the case halves apart. Shift plug 'PLD' on the PCB from the 1 - 2 to the 2 - 3 position. To return to Earth Loop recall return plug 'PLD' to the 1 - 2 position (see diagram at bottom of page).

PARTS

DESCRIPTION  ITEM CODE
Telephone 9040R Brown
Telephone 9040R Stone                           
Telephone 9040R Mid Grey/Dark Grey              
Telephone 9040R Maroon                          
Brackets Telephone 25C Black                    
Telephone 9101RR Stone                          
Telephone 9101RR Brown                 
Telephone 9101RR Blue                           
Telephone 9101RR Green                          
Telephone 9101AR Stone                          
Telephone 9101AR Brown                          
Telephone 9101AR Grey                           
Telephone 9101AR Maroon                         
Telephone 9110R Stone (Message Waiting)         
Telephone 9111R Stone (Neon Handset)            
Receiver Inset 3/3T (Inductive Coupler)
877035
877036
877037
877038
877030
411162
411163
411164
411165
877070
877071
877072
877073
877040
877060
877095

POWER REQUIREMENTS
Telephone 9040R is 50 Volt line powered and requires no external power supply.  The last number redial facility constantly draws approximately 23ma from line to maintain the memory.  If the instrument is disconnected from line for more than a few minutes the memory will be erased.

PBX APPROVAL
All Statesman Telephones except for 9040 with manufacturers code 'EET' an classified as '700 type' impedance for PBX extension approval purposes.  The 9040 with manufacturers code 'EET' is classified as complex impedance and must not be used as an extension to e.g. IBM PABX.

INDUCTIVE COUPLER
The Receiver Inset 3/3T may be used in all types of Statesman Telephones covered by this CSI with the exception of 9101 with manufacturers code 'EET', 9040, 9l10 and 9111.  This type of receiver inset provides inductive coupling to certain types of 'behind the ear' hearing aid.

RFI
Statesman 9005, 9040 (with manufacturers code 'GEN' made since September 1985) and 9101AR have good immunity to Radio Frequency Interference (RFI), other models have poor immunity and may be affected by nearby radio transmitters.


Telephone 9101AR
Conversion to Time Break Recall

  1. With a flat screwdriver remove the central screw on the base of the phone.
  2. Pull the base from the top casing.
  3. Follow the instructions in the picture to the right.
  4. When re-assembling the phone ensure that the cords are correctly located.


 

 
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Last revised: January 29, 2012

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