TELEPHONE No. 783 & 8783


The Telephone No. 783 was an MF, push button, wall telephone for use on basic networks, requiring a constant tone level output independent of line current.

The telephone is based on the Telephone No. 746 chassis and was introduced in 1977.

Produced in Grey and Ivory colours only.

Provision for two additional buttons in case.

The 783RR version has time break recall (Register Recall).

Obsolete on 28/2/83

Introduced in 1982 the Telephone No. 8783 was fitted with high impedance bell coils (4000 ohms) and a Cord Conn No. 4/502 250mm.

Specifications - S1289 and S1491.

Circuit diagram - N883.

 



Additional Information
Model Mark Grey Ivory Introduced PBU No Remarks
Tele 783 & 8783 Mk 1 y y   7E or F GEC
  Mk 2 y y   54A STC
  Mk 3 y y   56A/4 PLESSEY
  Mk 4 y y   11A PYE/TMC
  Mk 5 y y   56A/2 GEC
  Mk 6 y y   56A/3 TMC
  Mk 7 y y   56A/1 STC
  Mk 8 y y   56A/5 BTF
  Mk 9 y y   56B/4 PLESSEY
  Mk 10 y y   56B/3 TMC
  Mk 11 y y   56B/2 GEC
Tele 783RR Mk 1 y y 2/79 7E or F GEC
  Mk 2 y y   54A STC
  Mk 3 y y   56A/4 PLESSEY
  Mk 4 y y   11A PYE/TMC
  Mk 5 y y   56A/2 GEC
  Mk 6 y y   56A/3 TMC
  Mk 7 y y   56A/1 STC
  Mk 8 y y   56A/5 BTF
  Mk 9 y y   56B/4 PLESSEY
  Mk 10 y y   56B/3 TMC
  Mk 11 y y   56B/2 GEC

 

 
 
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