TELEPHONE No. 244
Introduced in 1937 this Bakelite table telephone
was used on Police Telephone Systems PA 350 & PA
450 and fitted in Posts, P.A. No's 2 &
The frame that supports the switch hooks, also has terminals and contact springs attached. This frame uses springs with two contacts per spring (Springset Part No. 1/SSP/704) on a frame - Part No. 2/SSW/6.
The phone has no dial and the aperture is fitted with a blank plate called a Dial, Automatic, Dummy No. 3.
Works in conjunction with a Relay-switch, Combination No.2, which operated the lamp on top of the Police post.
The Mark 1 has a Coil, Induction No. 24 whilst the Mark 2 has a Coil, Induction No. 27.
Telephone includes (Rate Book 1947 and 1956):-
To be requisitioned separately:-
Circuit Diagram - N344.
Drawing - 90475.
Last revised: February 05, 2023