Telephone Slave Krone Module, is a type of wiring module used in telecommunication systems to connect telephone lines to a distribution panel. Krone modules are a type of punch-down block, which is a type of connector that allows wires to be easily and securely terminated by punching them down onto a metal or plastic contact.
The Telephone Slave Krone Module is typically used in residential or small business telephone systems where multiple lines are being distributed to different rooms or areas. The module is connected to the main distribution panel and allows for easy connection of individual telephone lines to the appropriate rooms or devices.
To use the Telephone Slave Krone Module, wires from the individual telephone lines are first stripped and inserted into the appropriate slots on the module. The wires are then punched down using a special tool that ensures a secure connection between the wire and the contact on the module.
|Type||UK Grid Style, 25x50mm|
|Product Height||50 mm|
|Product Width||25 mm|
|Net Weight||0,014 kg|
|Tara Weight||0,010 kg|
|Total Weight||0,024 kg|
|Remarks||BT Slave telephone outlet Krone type input connections|