Re: Bix type connecting blocks

Re: Bix type connecting blocks

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Posted by Dmitri Abaimov, RCDD on December 15, 1999 at 09:01:11:

In Reply to: Bix type connecting blocks posted by Tony Burrell, II on December 14, 1999 at 23:13:15:

Dear Tony,
Actually there is no so much difference between 110 and BIX blocks from this stand point. If you use BIX Connecting Tool sold by NORDX/CDT (visit QTBIX16A name, it has a switch on a handle that can be set onto NO CUT position. It will allow you to make BIX bridged block exactly as easy as 110 one, that you already familiar with. Just for the reference - 110 bridged wiring blocks are described at our site in Designer's tips section
With regards,
Dmitri Abaimov, RCDD

: How can you make multiple bridging blocks where thwere is existing BIX hardware and connecting blocks? This is for multiple appeances on an older key system. Is there a BIX tool that will not cut the cabling from one block to another? I know how to do this with 110 type blocks, but recently I have started coming across BIX type hardware as well.
: Thanks for your help

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