TELEPHONE No. 706 I/C
|Produced in the early 1980's these telephones
were used in pairs and sold as an intercom system to the general public.
They in a box, with an instruction leaflet in the colours red or grey.
Under the handset is a battery holder, but a 9 volt power adaptor could be plugged into a socket on the rear of the telephone if batteries were not to be used.
Connected together using a 4-wire cable (30 metres supplied).
Signalling the other telephone was achieved by turning the dial which sounded a buzzer on the distant telephone. The dial off-normal springs are used for this purpose.
The bells are not used because the voltage is 9 volts DC, so the ringer
mechanism was removed. The bells are left in situ to support the dial.
The battery holder is connected to:-
The line cord is connected to:-
The buzzer is connected to:-
Boxed and sold as an intercom system
The battery holder can be seen between the switchooks.
Last revised: December 07, 2019