TELEPHONE No. 190
|Used with Bellset Nos. 5 or 15, this
Bakelite cased telephone was designed for use on LB
systems, long lines in CB and auto areas and for remote
subscribers connected by
radio links. Introduced in 1931 and superseded in 1934 by
the Telephone No. 196.
Fitted with a handset called a Telephone No. 164. No bell, induction coil or capacitor was fitted inside the telephone, so a Bellset would have normally been fitted.
Early table telephones were connected to the internal wiring with a Strip, Flexible Cord Connection. Click here for more information.
Circuit diagram - N290.
Last revised: November 20, 2021