C.B. Table Telephone

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The case, cradle stand, micro-telephone and terminal block are made of moulded black Bakelite free from sharp corners and recesses; easy to keep clean and does not become shabby through long usage.

In order that these sets may, if required, be converted at any time for automatic working, provision is made for mounting a dial, the space being occupied, in the meantime, by a suitably designed instruction label.

The case contains a 1000 ohm ringer, induction coil, 2uF condenser, and cradle switch. The micro-telephone is fitted with a readily detachable receiver and an "inset" transmitter, and all terminals are enclosed. The base is cut away to permit of greater audibility of the ringer.

Micro-telephone N5852
Micro-telephone cord N4021
"Inset" N7745
Mouthpiece N8633
Receiver N6815
Receiver earpiece N4443
Receiver diaphragm N4400
Terminal block cord N4106
Terminal block N3I58
Condenser N3652A

Dimensions 6.5 x 9.25 x 6 inches

Weight 5.25 lb.

Introduced in 1931.

As N1380 but with no bell.

N1380A mod
As N1380 but fitted with a relay and a lamp.  No bell or induction coil fitted.  2 way handset cord (1936).

See N1410 for wall variant.

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Taken from the Ericsson Telephone Catalogue, edition No. 26, 1932 Supplement

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Last revised: March 05, 2022