TELEPHONE No. 226


Bakelite cased table telephone for use with Repeater Telephonic No. 17A (a battery-operated valve amplifier) and a Bellset No. 26 for the hard of hearing in C.B. & Automatic systems.

This model had a rheostat knob (Potentiometer No. 9A), rear of the handset for adjusting the volume at the handset.  The handset was a Handset No. 184.  There was an additional earpiece which hangs on a hook which is fixed to the rheostat housing.

Introduced in 1934 this telephone had the improved ASTIC transmission arrangement.

This model came in Black, Chinese red, Ivory and Jade green.  The 1956 Rate Book advises that only black is available and that coloured sets should be made up locally using the Telephone No. 226, Black and substituting the coloured parts.

The telephone casing was Bakelite and the rheostat housing was made of steel.

Telephone includes (1946 and 1956):-
1 x Base, Telephone, No. 1/162 (Colour).
1 x Coil, Induction, No. 27.
1 x Cord, Inst., No. 9/10H, (Colour), 54".
1 x Dial, Auto., Dummy, No. 3 (Colour).
1 x Part No. 1/SBR/3.
1 x Part No. 1/SBR/4.
1 x Part No. 1/SCR/1 (Colour).
1 x Part No. 2/SCU/1.
1 x Part No. 1/SPL/321 (Colour).
1 x Part No. 3/SSP/513.
2 x Part No. 1/SWA/72.
1 x Potentiometer No. 9A.
1 x Telephone No. 184 (Colour).

To be requisitioned separately as required:-
1 x Bell-set No. 26.
1 x Block, Terminal, No. 20/12 (Colour).
1 x Cord, Inst., No. 5/09E, 3".
1 x Dial, Auto., S.S., No. 10 . . .
1 x Label No. 160 ...
1 x Knob, Inst., No 5A (colour).

Circuit Diagram - N326.

Drawing No. 62828.

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This picture shows the customer adjusting the volume and the Repeater Telephonic screwed to the wall

 

Picture from the rear of a Telephone No. 226, showing the rheostat.
There is also a hook for a watch receiver.

More Pictures of the Telephone No. 226

Front View Side View
   
Looking down form above the phone Rear View
   
Inards Base
 
 
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