TELEPHONE No. 6
with integral generator, for use in C.B. areas, in conjunction with a
Bellset No. 3.
Used in conjunction with a single extension telephone, giving intercommunication. It can secret or non-secret.
Similar to Telephone No. 8, but without the handset.
In the side of the body is an intermediate switch (Key No. 277) and an indicator is fitted to the front.
Early table telephones were connected to the internal wiring with a Rosette or a Strip, Flexible Cord Connection. Click here for more information.
Circuit diagram - N106.