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Modular Telbel (Models Tb-591, Tb-592, & Tb-593)

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The Modular Telbel is a telephone signal designed for use by individuals who are hard of hearing. These modular bells can be used as high-volume telephone ringers. Volume is 100 dBA (models TB-591 and TB-592) or 95 dBA (model TB-593) at 10 feet. The bells are motor driven and have a tamper resistant volume control and a weatherproof backbox for indoor/outdoor mounting. Model TB-592 is for phone systems with a programmed contact closure. POWER: Model TB-591 uses 38 to 60 volts direct current (VDC); model TB-592 uses 18 to 30 volts alternating current/direct current (VAC/DC) and requires an EPS-2401 power supply; model TB-593 uses 55 to 130 volts, 20 to 30 Hertz (Hz). DIMENSIONS: 6 inches in diameter.

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Price: 
59.95
as of: 
03/12/2006

Made By:

Cooper Wheelock (Formerly Wheelock Inc.)
Cooper Wheelock (Formerly Wheelock Inc.) Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
Address: 
273 Branchport Avenue
7740 Long Branch , NJ United States
Email address: cathystartare@cooperindustries.com
Phone: 800-631-2148
Fax: 732-222-8707
New Jersey US
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
732-222-6880
Web Address: 
http://www.cooperwheelock.com
Tags: 
Deaf & Hard Of Hearing, Communication, Architectural Elements
 
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