MOUNTINGS, DIAL


   
Mountings, Dial Automatic No. 3

Straight mount

   
Mountings, Dial Automatic No. 5

Straight mounting that can be used with a Mountings, Dial Automatic No. 11, to angle the dial.

The Mountings, Dial Automatic No. 5, is shown at the bottom.

 
Mountings, Dial Automatic No. 7

Angled mount

   
Mountings, Dial Automatic No. 11

This mounting is used between the Mountings, Dial Automatic No. 5, which is at the bottom and the Dial.

   
Mountings, Dial Automatic No. 15

Angled mount for fixing into switchboard key board.

The top of the mounting separates from the mounting plate.  This is a friction fit. 

   
Mountings, Dial Automatic No. 16

Used with Dials No. 10 and 12.

The actual dial mounting would be normally located in the metal bracket.  The mounting would be pulled out and then dropped down to lock it in the open position.

Superseded by Mountings, Dial Automatic No. 21

Normally used with a Bell-set No. 37 and Telephone No. 246.

   
Mountings, Dial Automatic No. 18

Straight mount.

The mounting opposite is a PX/1 variant and has a sliding plate for the dial fixing screw.

The mounting below is a PX/2 variant and has just a hole for the dial fixing screw.

   
Mountings, Dial Automatic No. 21

Used with Dials 21 or later.

The actual dial mounting would be normally located in the metal bracket.  The mounting would be pulled out and then dropped down to lock it in the open position.

Used with Bellset No. 48 and Telephone No. 713 or Jack Unit No.1.

 

   
Mountings, Dial Automatic No. 23

Angled mount for fixing into switchboard key board.

The top of the mounting separates from the mounting plate.  This is held in place by lugs which rotate to release the top section. 

 

   
Mountings, Dial Automatic No. 27

 

Angled mount for fixing into switchboard key board.

The top of the mounting separates from the mounting plate.  This is held in place by the spring clips. 

 

 
 

 
 
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