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Topic # 148562 23-Jun-2014 16:13
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Hi,

I'm redoing/sorting out the telephone wiring in my house. I'm installing a Dynamix X-DSL master filter on the incoming line.
Do I need to wire the voice side of that filter to a telecom master jack with ring capacitor/resistor/surge protector etc?
The only phone in the house is a new one so it shouldnt need the external ringer cap but I'm not sure about the surge protector
or resistor, I'm imaging they should be built into the Dynamix master filter?
I'm hoping to be able to wire it directly to RJ45 sockets...

Thanks.

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  Reply # 1072740 23-Jun-2014 16:21
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You can wire it directly to an RJ45 socket, using the phone (blue/white) wires from the xDSL splitter, extended from POE with Cat5E+ cable if needed.




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  Reply # 1072797 23-Jun-2014 17:02
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overkill: You can wire it directly to an RJ45 socket, using the phone (blue/white) wires from the xDSL splitter, extended from POE with Cat5E+ cable if needed.


So the electronics in the Master socket ( capacitor etc) are no longer required?

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  Reply # 1072803 23-Jun-2014 17:09
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clinty:
overkill: You can wire it directly to an RJ45 socket, using the phone (blue/white) wires from the xDSL splitter, extended from POE with Cat5E+ cable if needed.


So the electronics in the Master socket ( capacitor etc) are no longer required?

Clint


Haven't been "needed" for years, since the 'two -wire' system became standard.  




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  Reply # 1072805 23-Jun-2014 17:10
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No they aren't. Modern land line phones have  the ringing circuitry built in. There's no need for the old master/secondary socket arrangement now.




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  Reply # 1072823 23-Jun-2014 17:19
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Excellent thanks folks for confirming that. Cheers :)

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  Reply # 1072824 23-Jun-2014 17:21
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If you have a dinosaur phone that needs it then buy a pabx master to convert from rj45 to BT and it will ring.




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