66 block to Partner ACS

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 Question by Brian Burton posted 29 Nov 2005
 66 block to Partner ACS
we are converting from an old modular 66 block system to the new PARTNER ACS release 7. We have 6 lines and 15 phones we need to connect so that they all ring when a call comes in on any line. right now the equipment we have is the partner ACS box and the extension box we also have cat 3 cable run to each location where there should be a phone. we would like to put connectors on the ends of the cables and connect directly to the phones what we really need help with is connecting the mod block to the ACS line box. any info would be extremely help full. and if you could really dumb it down for me i have never done ant thing like this before

Thanks A lot
 Answer by Joseph Golan posted 05 Dec 2005
Dear Brian,

Number one, I highly advise NOT to put modular connectors directly onto solid conductor cabling, it will be a nightmare of intermittant troubles. We do not have any technical information on the ACS system, please contact the manufacturer directly for this.

Joseph Golan, RCDD

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