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1x9 Structured Media Bridged Telephone Module with Bracket

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  • ABS plastic bracket construction ensures safe and long use
  • Multiple outlet location lines allow nine telephones connectivity
  • Offers a perfect fit into Leviton structured media enclosures
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Product Details
  • ABS plastic bracket construction ensures safe and long use
  • Multiple outlet location lines allow nine telephones connectivity
  • Offers a perfect fit into Leviton structured media enclosures
About This Product

Leviton Integrated Networks takes the concept of structured cabling, as practiced in demanding commercial applications, and combines it with multimedia. This blending accommodates the convergence of telephone communications, computer and Internet services and much more. An innovative series of modules and media centers: configured for either essential platforms or more customized enhanced platforms-manage and distribute voice, data, audio and video in flexible configurations that best suit each homeowner's individual requirements. These requirements can range from something as simple as cable TV and telephone in several rooms, to a local area network (LAN) for a small office or home-based business.

  • Fits easily into any Leviton structured media enclosure
  • Allows up to nine separate telephones per line
  • Snaps into any opening on a Leviton pre-configured panel
  • Use with Leviton series 140, 280, or 420 structured media centers
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Product ID #: 100479532Internet #: 078477110928Model #: 47689-B
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Specifications

Dimensions: H 6.57 in, W 2.13 in, D 2.19 in

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)2.19 inProduct Height (in.)6.57 in
Product Width (in.)2.13 in

Details

Color FamilyGreenElectronics Included ComponentsNo additional items included
FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesModule typePhone
Number of Ports or Outlets9Port TypeCoaxial
Returnable90-DayStructured Media ApplicationTelephone
Structured Media PieceStand-Alone Module

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and ListingsUL ListedManufacturer Warranty2-Year limited product warranty
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Questions & Answers

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Q:This is not a question but a statement. The picture which shows the back of this device that is labeled as 100-47616-DSF is NOT the same device as is listed for this posting.
by|Sep 18, 2018
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A:  That's funny good catch. The back should just be straight traces.

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Customer Reviews

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Exactly what I needed for my phone system. Less complicated and less expensive than a 66 or a 110...
Exactly what I needed for my phone system. Less complicated and less expensive than a 66 or a 110 block if you don't need to make complicated connections. It comes with a basic punch down to so you save a few bucks if you don't already have one. I wasn't mounting it in a structured wiring cabinet so I had to be creative with the mounting to plywood board
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Awesome product
I bought a pair of these to replace an old patch panel. The old patch panel only let me have 12 active single lines. I had 8 drops in my house and wanted all 4 lines to be active at each drop (even though I only have 2 lines coming in). I am finishing my basement and will be adding 6 more drops. The old patch panel just wasn't going to cut it. With these two modules, I can get up to 17 drops with all 4 lines active. I've added the eight drops from my upstairs and bridged the two modules together. I'll be adding the other six in the basement soon. It turned my matted mess of a patch panel into something more elegant and simple. Check out the picture of the old patch panel and how simple these modules look.
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Great! Can be used without cabinet!
I finally got around to cleaning up some home phone wiring. The old makeshift junction had issues and was causing poor phone signals on some handsets. My initial plan was to use a 66 block but that is much more complicated than using this for the simple phone set ups in most homes. You can literally spend a whole weekend reading different tutorials online about wiring a 66 block and still be left scratching your head if you're not familiar with telecom wiring. This is so simple. Just punch down all your wiring following the color scheme that's clearly marked on the connectors. That's it. You'll punch down your incoming lines on one connector. Each line has a pair of wires. Once you do that, all the other connectors will get that signal so you just need to punch down the wires that go to the jacks. All the blue/white pins are connected to all the other blue/white pins, all the blue pins are connected to all the other blue pins, etc. While it's designed for 4 pair twisted pair cable you can also use it with older green, red, black yellow phone wire as well as I did for some lines. Just remember. Line 1: white/blue to green and blue to red Line 2: white/orange to black and orange to yellow If you mix up the two colors of a line it still works but try to be consistent. I did it on one and haven't gotten around to changing it yet but will. You can have up to 4 incoming phone lines from your telco going to up to 8 different jacks. If you only want certain lines going to certain jacks just punch down only the pairs for those lines but you'll probably need to break with the color coding standard either at the module or at the jack. I think preferably at the jack for consistency. If you're wiring more than 8 jacks it's easy to bridge two of these together. Just punch down a cable between the two of them. One end of the cable on one of the 110 blocks of one and the other end on one of the other. Or you can just split the incoming wires and attach them to both. The best part is you can use this even if you don't have a structured media cabinet. If you pull out the black plastic pins you can just use those holes to screw it down to something solid. That's how I ended up using it. It comes with a small plastic punch down tool too. It won't trim off the extra wire so you'll have to do that afterwards with a a scissor or wire cutters. It's much easier to use a regular punch down tool that trims off the extra wire but if you're not going to be doing a lot of these you can use the included one and save some money. So much easier to use than screw terminals too. You don't have to strip the wires, just the outer jacket. When you punch down the wires, the metal posts in the connectors tear the insulation on the wires to make contact. The connections are also very secure and it's easy to see which wire is which in case you need to service the lines in the future. With some effort, you can pull out the wires if you need to at some point. If some of your phone wires aren't long enough to reach the location you plan to mount this module and you don't want to run new cable, you can splice extra wire on to extend the line using the Ideal Yellow IDC connectors also available from Home Depot.
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Snaps Right In
It was very easy to install and the Cat6 Punch downs held into place real well. It was nice to have a basic punch down tool included, but luckily I had my own and all worked out fine.
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    I used this module to reorganize the seven extensions on my telephone landline. The existing wir...
    I used this module to reorganize the seven extensions on my telephone landline. The existing wiring was a rat's nest of wires and it was impossible to troubleshoot a bad connection. As others have noted, I popped out the plastic anchors and used wood screws to attach the bracket to the joist in my basement. A 110 punch-down tool is essential to use with the module but be careful to check that the gauges of your old wires are compatible with the module. My wires were just slightly too big and that made the white tabs bend out which means the wires were not seated correctly. So I had to use the IDC gel connectors from Ideal (also available at The Home Depot) to connect my existing copper wire to a very short run of Cat5e cable which fit in the module correctly. This approach worked but the result was not as neat and clean as I would have liked.
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    Glad to see you are still offering these. Thank You
    Glad to see you are still offering these. Thank You
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    Replacement for failed board, working OK.
    Replacement for failed board, working OK.
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    Excellent choice!...
    Excellent choice!
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