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CE TECH 1 Input x 8 Output Telephone Module
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CE TECH

1 Input x 8 Output Telephone Module

$17.97 /each

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CE TECH 1 x 8 Telephone Module distributes the incoming phone line throughout your home allowing you to add up 4 phone lines to 8 locations. This module is designed to be used with the CE TECH 14 in. Telecommunication center (Part #5515) to better manage and configure all of your cables from one central location.

  • Used for adding up to 4 phone lines to 8 locations in your home
  • Supports 8 telephone outlets for phone, fax and modem devices
  • Has an expansion port which allows for connectivity for additional phone locations
  • Includes RJ31 security port
  • Colored coded 110 style punch-down connections
  • Phone lines are wired according to TIA/EIA-568 requirements
  • Snaps easily into the CE TECH 14 telecommunications enclosure (part #5515)
  • ETL listed
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What is the wiring diagram for this rj11 patch panel?

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September 24, 2015
I'm having trouble wiring this patch panel. I've tested the wire and the signal to ensure I'm getting a dial tone. As soon as I color match the patch panel wires then I don't get anything. What am I doing wrong?
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I guess that depends on what cable you're using for your telephone wires. For example, a lot of people now a days use cat 5E. Back in the day, cat 3 was more popular. If you're using the cat 3 stuff, how many wires do you have? For example, we decided to use cat 3 6c in our baby's room, because I didn't realize people made the switch to cat 5E (aka, fast ethernet).
For cat 3 6c, this is the wiring Read More
I guess that depends on what cable you're using for your telephone wires. For example, a lot of people now a days use cat 5E. Back in the day, cat 3 was more popular. If you're using the cat 3 stuff, how many wires do you have? For example, we decided to use cat 3 6c in our baby's room, because I didn't realize people made the switch to cat 5E (aka, fast ethernet).
For cat 3 6c, this is the wiring diagram we used:
http://www.lanshack.com/images/Category_Images/jack-diagram.gif
We had a modular plug but just went by the pin numbering. Where the pin said 1, we used the white wire. Where it said 2, we used the black wire. For 3, we used the red wire, for 4, we used the green. For 5, we used the yellow, for 6 we used the blue.
If you can tell me the wire you're using for the telephone, I might be able to help, although I just realized your question was asked a while back and you more than likely have this figured out by now. If you have, it'd be nice if you could share your answer with other people. Maybe let them know what wiring you used and what colour code you found that worked.
The numbers 1, 2, 3 and 4 more than likely refer to the telephone lines. For example, number 1 is probably phone line 1 (each line would be a different telephone number).
This diagram might help a bit more:
http://ask-the-electrician.com/Pics_Phones/telephone%20wiring%20drawing-600w.JPG
It shows some different wires and what they'd be equivalent for the other different types (ie, cat 5e wiring and which wires would be equivalent of cat 3, etc). Read Less
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1 Input x 8 Output Telephone Module is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Where's the Leviton products I install all types of audio, video and networking. When home depot discontinued the Leviton products my world got more difficult. I bought every Leviton product in stores that I could within 200 miles of my house. CEL is cheaper.. But I have issues with this block, not having any midway wall plates and the media panel itself is a pain to punch the knock outs out. There is not one cel product that works as good as the Leviton. I buy 100 of each a year. I could care less about the brand name... I need good products and cheaper is not always better.
Date published: 2014-12-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Junk First off there is not mounting bracket, or way to buy one, only way to really install it is by purchasing "Telecommunication Center" which this snaps in. But the biggest letdown was that its marked/configured 568A, who does that? I do networking for living and this is by far worst panel I have seen. I was able to mount it on the wall by popping black legs and driving screws in, that worked fine. Customer didn't want or had space for "Telecommunication Center". Please don't buy it.
Date published: 2014-11-10
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