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SPREADSHEET OF ALL ERICSSON PRODUCTS
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PAX OVERVIEW
PABX OVERVIEW

ERICSSON ADVERTS

AN EXPLANATION OF ERICSSON PRODUCT CODES
BRITISH ANTARCTIC EXPEDITION (1910)

THE TELEPHONE WORKS - BEESTON, NOTTINGHAM - 1908 - A description
THE BEESTON PLANT - Photographs through the years
INSIDE THE BEESTON PLANT - Photographs of different departments in the factory

ERICSSON BULLETIN - Articles from the Ericsson (ETL) magazine

HISTORY OF ERICSSON TELEPHONES Ltd (ETL)
HISTORY OF L. M. ERICSSON
HISTORY OF PLESSEY
HISTORY OF LARS MAGNUS ERICSSON

 
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British Ericsson equipment generally has the model number on the base.  There should also be a circuit diagram inside.  Please note that the number on the diagram is not the model number, it is just a diagram number.

To cross reference a telephone from a diagram number click here and then search the page for the diagram number.

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There are many variants of the phone above.  Click here on how to identify them.
 

Many thanks to Robert Cox of the Nottingham Industrial Museum for the loan of material used in producing many of the Ericsson pages.

 
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