telephone extension cable Kits – telephone wire – Phone Socket

telephone extension cable Kits

telephone extension cable kits

If your ever need an Telephone extension cables kits fitting, or just moving from one room to another please get in contact with one of our trained engineers. Because even the smallest of jobs is never over looked by your Local Telephone wiring services. We will make sure that the telephone extension cable is tidily installed and we will make sure that every bit off mess is taken away. I have over 20 years in the telecommunications industry so it will make you feel happy to know your in safe hands. Further more we also cover everything from DATA cabling, Fibre Optics, CAT5, Cat6 and all COAX installations. Telephone Wiring Services can install Home HD CCTV Smart systems that connect over your home or business broadband systems anywhere in the world at anytime.

More information on Telephone extension cable Kits

In recent years running telephone extension cable Kits from an NTE5 or CTE5 Line boxes are fitted in place of master sockets, these have a removable (lower half) panel which house the terminals to connect wiring to the secondary sockets. Terminal pins 1 and 6 may be absent on some versions of C/NTE5, but these connections are not normally used anyway. Further NTE5 wiring instructions are contained in this leaflet. The NTE5 tends to have the same components inside as a master LJU, however later NTE5 sockets differ by not having a surge arrestor, have only pins 2, 3, 4 & 5 or 2, 3 & 5 connected, they also have a small coil in series with the ‘bell wire’ on pin 3 which acts as a filter.

For More information on Telephone extension cable kits Call 07860244274 or go to our main contact Page and fill in the call back request form here.

By | January 19th, 2017|Telephone Sockets|0 Comments

Telephone Sockets – Telephone Wiring services – Broadband Engineers

What type of master Telephone socket have you got?

The master phone socket is the main socket where the phone line enters your home, usually found in the hallway near the front door. If you can’t find it, have a look outside for any wires entering your home, then look for a white box on the wall inside.
If you have more than one socket, the master socket is the one that will feed any extension sockets. It’s always best to connect your BT Hub to the master socket if you can. This is where the broadband signal is strongest, before it goes through any other home wiring which could cause interference.
Master socket with a single socket

If your master socket has one socket, like this:

You must use a micro filter for every phone socket in your home with any phone or broadband equipment plugged in (including your Hub, phones, answer machines, digital TV boxes, and alarm systems).
A micro filter is a device that allows broadband to work at the same time as your phone service. If you need to order more micro filters from http://Telephonewiringservices.co.uk

Master socket with two sockets

If your master socket has two sockets, like this:

  

This means that the line is already split between your phone and broadband, so you don’t need micro filters – not for your Hub or any other devices connected to phone sockets or extensions.
You must always plug your Hub into the broadband connection on your master socket. If you plug it into a phone socket or extension, it just won’t work.

Does your master socket have a single socket with no line across the middle?

This is usually what an extension socket looks like. If all your sockets look like this, then one of them will be your master socket. It’s most likely to be the one nearest where your line comes into your home.

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By | January 14th, 2017|Telephone Sockets|0 Comments