Old Color code

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 Question by jaime gutierrez posted 19 Nov 2000
 Old Color code
We have an old telephone cable (200 pair) that
has a different color code than what is in use today.
One wire in each pair has a solid color, while the other has a stripe of the same color.
These pairs are wrapped in paper.We have 4 binders of 50 pairs
Each binder has half the wires with the same solid color.
The four colrs seem to be: Purple,green,blue and...black?.
Do you know how to read this code?
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 Answer by Roman Kitaev posted 20 Nov 2000
check out this link:

http://www.cabling-design.com/references/colorcodes/25pair_plus.shtml

it should help.

best regards
Roman Kitaev

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