Ericsson standard auto desk instrument.
Introduced around 1951 and known as the 1000 type.
Available in Black, Ivory, Chinese Red, Jade Green
Mother of Pearl (Supplied to the Royal Palace, Baghdad).
This is our latest automatic telephone and is alternative to the N1002 type instrument, the efficiency of which has made it so popular. The new set gives equally satisfactory service and includes the same types of components in a redesigned case having rounded contours of aesthetically pleasing shape.
The design of the cradle and the plunger mechanism ensures smooth, reliable operation,
whilst the handset and automatic dial, being standard B.P.O. type, are of proved
efficiency. Later models were fitted with the N5875 style handset from about 1955 onwards.
The internal components, comprising induction coil, capacitors, ringer, cradle switch, and screw-terminal blocks for connecting the dial and desk cords, are mounted on a metal base-plate attached to the case by four captive screws. The equipment is thus removable as a unit and is thereby very accessible for maintenance. Perforations in the base plate ensure audibility of the ringing signals.
A diagram of the connections is fixed inside the case.
The line wires are attached to screw terminals in a moulded Bakelite case connected to the telephone by a flexible cord.
All the components are of standard, proved type with finishes suitable for temperate or tropical conditions, as specified on the order.
Note:- This instrument is not designed to accommodate a directory tray.
Dimensions: 9.25 x 7.5 x 5.5 inches.
Taken from the Ericsson Telephone Catalogue No. 49
N1014 introduced around 1951.
N1014A6T used on party line working on Auto or CB exchanges. Fitted with a Thermistor.
N1014B99T was supplied in Ivory to Hull Corporation.
N1014B68T was supplied to Telephone Rentals.
N1014B44T used as a main phone. This model has two terminal blocks, one of which has terminals prefixed by the letter "A". CB and Auto variants.
N1014B1T was used on separate lines or party lines. This model has two terminal blocks, one of which has terminals prefixed by the letter "A".
N1014B20F2 Pearl cased variant. The picture below has the inscription "presented to R E German Esq. CMG on the occasion of the inauguration of the new Mombasa automatic telephone system 27th November 1954".
How to convert a N1014 to plug and socket
Model N1014A1T (diagram N77339 dated 1951)
Last revised: January 27, 2020