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What is the H628?
Viewed 2132 times since Tue, Oct 26, 2010
The H628 is a Data Terminated Hub that is an un-bridge for CAT-5 and CAT-5E. This hub allows you to punch down your data lines before connecting to a router or a switch. The H628 has been tested for CAT-5E performance. Read More
What wiring standard is the H618 Telephone expansion Hub color coded for?
Viewed 2070 times since Tue, Oct 26, 2010
The H618 is color code for the TIA-568A standard. Read More
Does the H616 Telephone Master Hub have a RJ-31X Jack?
Viewed 2060 times since Thu, Nov 4, 2010
The H616 does have a RJ-31x jack for telephone line seizure for alarm panels. Pair one or the blue and blue/white is the line that is normally used for line seizure. The attached diagram shows how to wire the RJ-31x jack to an alarm panel. Read More
Does Linear have a Telephone surge hub for eight or less telephone locations?
Viewed 1970 times since Wed, Oct 6, 2010
The H611 is a telephone surge hub that can be added to the H616, H618 and H619. The H611 can support up to four phone lines and provide surge protection for each phone line. Read More
What is the difference between Telephone and Data hubs?
Viewed 1908 times since Thu, Nov 4, 2010
The main difference is that the telephone hub is a bridge circuit and the Data hub is a non bridge hub. A bridge circuit means, that once there is a telephone signal introduced anywhere on the board, that telephone signal is available at... Read More
What does the small CAT-5 cable do on the DMT-16 Telephone Master Hub?
Viewed 1829 times since Thu, Nov 4, 2010
The small CAT-5 cable is used as a quick disconnect for testing phone signals during the installtion of the DMT-16. This small CAT-5 cable should be left in place during normal operation. Read More
Is the H616 Telephone Master Hub a bridge or Unbridge Hub?
Viewed 1802 times since Thu, Nov 4, 2010
The H616 Telephone Master Hub is a Bridged Unit that allows up to four incoming phone lines to be connected to up to 6 telephone wall plates. This means that each input phone line is bridged (connected) to each of the six 110 Punch Down Blocks under ... Read More
Can the H618 Expansion Hub be installed by itself?
Viewed 1789 times since Tue, Oct 26, 2010
The H618 expansion hub can be used as a standalone telephone distribution hub. There is the input of the H618 which is a RJ-45 connector that follows the TIA-568A standard. Read More
Why is the H629 called the combo Hub?
Viewed 1780 times since Thu, Nov 4, 2010
The H629 is designed to do Data and Telephone with the same hub. The H629 has two sets of 110 punch downs on both sides and also a RJ-45 connector on top of each 110 punch down. This hub is not a bridge, so it can be used for just data and support up... Read More
How many telephone locations will the H616 support?
Viewed 1737 times since Thu, Nov 4, 2010
The H616 telephone master hub will support six telephone plate locations and deliver up to four active phone numbers to those six locations. Each 110 punch down is color coded in the TIA-568A standard, there is one input 100 punch down and six output... Read More
What are the dimensions of a H618 Expansion Hub?
Viewed 1697 times since Tue, Oct 26, 2010
The dimensions of the H618 are 6.25" W x 1" H x 2.75" D. Read More
What are the dimensions of the H628?
Viewed 1693 times since Thu, Nov 4, 2010
The Dimension of the H628 are 6.5” W x 3” H x 1” D. The 110 punch down blocks are color coded for TIA-568A. Read More
Is the H618 Telephone Expansion Hub Bridge or Unbridge?
Viewed 1690 times since Thu, Nov 4, 2010
The H618 Telephone Expansion Hub is a bridge telephone hub. Whatever pair is punched down on the 110 punch down or connected with a RJ-45 plug will be distributed through the hub. Read More
What is the dimensions of the H616?
Viewed 1687 times since Tue, Oct 26, 2010
The dimensions of the H616 are 6.5” W x 3” H x 1” D Read More
Does the H616 Telephone Master have an expansion port?
Viewed 1681 times since Thu, Nov 4, 2010
The H616 Telephone Master Hub does have ad expansion jack when there is a need to distribute to more than six telephone wall plate locations. The expansion jack is a RJ-45 and it is color coded for the TIA-568A standard. Read More
Why does the DMT-24 and the DMT-16 have different output connectors?
Viewed 1662 times since Wed, Oct 6, 2010
The DMT-24 has RJ-45 connectors for outputs and the DMT-16 has 110 punch down blocks for outputs. Some states and counties have different building codes requiring the Cat-5 cable be terminated using RJ-45 connectors instead of the 110 punch... Read More
How does the H616 Telephone Master Hub fit into our enclosures?
Viewed 1631 times since Thu, Nov 4, 2010
The H616 telephone master hub is designed with a form factor that allows the H616 to snap into the grid system of our enclosures. Read More
What are the dimensions of the DMT-16?
Viewed 1624 times since Thu, Nov 4, 2010
The dimensions of the DMT-16 are 13" W x 4.5" H x 1.6" D. Read More
What are the green and red LED’s on the DMT-16 Telephone Master Hub?
Viewed 1622 times since Tue, Oct 26, 2010
The red LED's on the DMT-16 are there to indicate which line may have been hit by a lighting strike. If there are no red LED's lit then all the phone lines are good, but if there is a red LED lit that phone line was subject to a lighting strike. The... Read More
What is the difference between the DMT-16 & the H616 Telephone hubs?
Viewed 1620 times since Thu, Nov 4, 2010
The DMT-16 is a much larger hub with on board surge suppression for each telephone line. The DMT-16 has a brush nickle finish and the H616 has a plain black finish for the outside of the hub. Both hubs do the same job, but the DMT-16 is for more... Read More
How many phone numbers does the H616 Telephone Master Hub support?
Viewed 1611 times since Thu, Nov 4, 2010
The H616 Telephone Master Hub will support up to four independent telephone numbers. The 110 punch on the left handside is the input 110 punch down for the H616. The 100 punch down is color coded for the TIA-568A standard. Read More
What does the DMT-16 do?
Viewed 1609 times since Tue, Oct 26, 2010
The DMT-16 is a telephone master hub that can support four phone numbers and distribute those four phone number out to sixteen telephone wallplates. The DMT-16 also has surge subpression for each of the four telephone numbers. The input and outputs... Read More