TELEPHONE No. 726


First generation DC code 'A' signalling, table telephone with provision for 4 additional press buttons.

Superseded by the Telephone No. SA10023.

Introduced in 1968 and was available in the colours, Grey, Black and Ivory.

Only used on the following customers premises:-
BP, Harlow.
BP, Brittanica House.
Midland Bank, Lombard St.
ICI, Aberdeen.
ICI, Brockley.

For more information see Telephone No. 728.

Circuit diagram - N826.

Specification - S937.

Supplied by Ericsson, Models N2001 - N2005.

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Additional information

ModelMarkBlackGreyIvoryIntroducedRemarks
Tele 726FMk 1yyy10/68 
 Mk 2yyy4/73 
Tele 726LMk 1yyy10/68Enquiry button fitted
 Mk 2yyy4/73Enquiry button fitted
Tele 1/726FMk 1yyy10/68Bell loudness control fitted
 Mk 2yyy4/73Bell loudness control fitted
Tele 1/726LMk 1yyy10/68Bell loudness control fitted
 Mk 2yyy4/73Bell loudness control fitted
Tele 2/726FMk 1yyy10/65Teledictation Control fitted
 Mk 2yyy4/73Teledictation Control fitted
Tele 3/726FMk 1yyy10/68As 2/726 but with bell loudness control
 Mk 2yyy4/73As 2/726 but with bell loudness control
Tele 4/726LMk 1yyy10/68Secretarial telephone with 6 press buttons
 Mk 2yyy4/73Secretarial telephone with 6 press buttons
Tele 4/726FMk 1yyy10/68Secretarial telephone with 6 press buttons
 Mk 2yyy4/73Secretarial telephone with 6 press buttons

 

 
 
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