TELEPHONE No. 134
Candlestick telephone used on very long lines
in Automatic areas. This Candlestick differed in so much as it had two
changeover contact sets associated with the switchook.
This telephone was a Local Battery (LB) and required batteries for speech.
Early table telephones were connected to the internal wiring with a Strip, Flexible Cord Connection. Click here for more information.
The dial is only connected by 3 wires.
Used with a Bellset No. 15.
Telephone includes (1928):-
To be requisitioned separately as required:-
Circuit diagram - N234 (Dated 1923).
Circuit diagram - AT 788.
Superseded by Telephone No. 156.
Last revised: November 20, 2021