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Bicephale

join:2005-09-24
kudos:3

Demarcation Modules


Bell's Demarcation HardWare
Hi,

If i'm not mistaking, the smaller block is marked
"129817-1B ULM Series" and the other is labelled
"134810-2A USP-123". If the ground bus serves
any purpose then there ought to be a protective
device hidden in the base of the smaller block or
something. I'm wondering what it is exactly, does
anyone have a clue?... Those components carry
the UL certification logo but i found nothing else
which would identify the manufacturer, all i know
is that the NID box where these fit is by Corning.


rex0

join:2002-02-10

3 edits

That's a universal line module made by Corning Cable Systems.
»catalog2.corning.com/CorningCabl···7-EN.pdf is the marketing PDF for the whole system and the underwriters file number for Canada is E112187 (if you're curious about that)

Edit: »catalog2.corning.com/CorningCabl···2-EN.pdf - this one is the product specs for the modules themselves.



LookingLurking

@teksavvy.com
reply to Bicephale

If I wanted to but a demarc kit, with a DSL splitter built in where would I go for the best available?



sbrook
Premium,Mod
join:2001-12-14
Ottawa
kudos:12

Network Supply carries comtest pots splitters like this ...

»www.comtestnetworks.com/products···e01.html



nanook
Premium,MVM
join:2007-12-02
Reviews:
·TekSavvy DSL
reply to Bicephale

Or you can get a previous generation Siecor/Corning POTS splitter off eBay for ~$20 »cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vi···98171738

Or you can buy other indoor and outdoor models for similar prices »shop.ebay.com/?_nkw=pots+splitte···tegories



Bicephale

join:2005-09-24
kudos:3
reply to rex0

Hi,

Thanks Rex0, those links being refering to Corning
Cable Systems and EVOLant i've made some progress!



Sorry LookingLurking, my purpose was to understand
what Bell replaced their old demarcation box with.

I tried to get a DSL-specific module installed and
it wasn't possible: no such thing available in my
region, it seemed... As a result, i'm in a similar
situation to yours and hence the DSL filter is mine
to provide
so i guess i'll stick to stacked units.

Not really glamour but that's all the trouble this
line is worth at the moment. I feel i already blown
up my time & effort budget over that one, actually!