Using the BW-1 Connector with Standard Interface:
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|Here we see a standard Telephone Line Interface
showing 3 sets of wires that are providing dial tone to
various parts of a home or business. For purposes of
photographic clarity, we are showing this interface with only
one active phone line.
Normally, the alarm installer would be removing these
sets of wires from the terminals, and doing the typical rewire
using chicklets, crimps, etc. and providing the system with
line seizure through the newly made connection. .|
we see the BW-1 Connector installed.
As you can see, the BW-1 male connector is inserted
into the female jack of the interface.
The dial tone is now diverted through the BW-1
into your alarm panel. and the returning dial tone from
the alarm panel is reconnected to the interface through
the female side of the BW-1.
Simply insert the male jumper wire from the interface
into the female port on the BW-1 and you have completed
you connection with the following advantages:
1. You saved
2. You have
provided a permanent line seizure connection, no matter
what changes or additions occur to the wires on the screw
terminals after your alarm connection is made.
You have provided the Telephone Company and the
Home or Business owner a quick and simple way to completely
remove the alarm system from the phone line in seconds.
This is very convenient to both you, and your customer
should the need arise for testing or servicing of the
you can see that there is plenty of room to tuck in the
BW Connector and have plenty of clearance to close and secure
the Interface enclosure.
We have done extensive field testing and done actual
installations of the BW-1 and BW-2 Connectors in Interface
enclosures that have up to 6 phone lines installed with
lots of additional wiring.
|Now that your phone line connection has been
made, close the box, and you're
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