BPO 8xxx TELEPHONES
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When Plug and Socket wiring was introduced, the standard range of BPO telephones had to have their circuitry modified. This was because the new plan wiring system was technically different from the old way of working. New plan standardised the way telephones worked, in so much as all telephones were technically wired the same, whereas the earlier wiring systems involved different wiring practices, depending on the extension plan required.
Modified telephones were given the prefix 8, therefore Telephone No. 746 became Telephone No. 8746.
The line cord was replaced with a grey flat cord with a flat plug on the end, the ringer was made 4000 ohms and the telephone wired to the new required circuit arrangements.
Differences from the standard telephones are as follows:-
Last revised: April 27, 2010