Modular connectivity system

Dec. 1, 1997

Modular connectivity system

A six-position fuse panel and a loop-back network interface unit have been added to the Telemix modular connectivity system. The fuse panel occupies two module spaces but can power six outputs up to 3 A each. leds provide an external indication of all power and fuse alarms, while ktk fuses supply industry-standard current protection. Durable covers on all exposed terminals prevent shorts and grounds. The network interface unit functions as both a dsx jack and a looping test device, which automatically loops a T1 signal between the dsx location and the customer.


Liberty Lake, WA

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