66 Punch Down Block Leviton 50 Pair for multi pair voice and data cross
connect 40066-M50, 40066-M25, 40066-MW,40089-00D voice and data at Sellntell.com. 66 punch down block Leviton 50 pair or 25 pair. Ranging from 25 pair to 50 pair 66 punch down telephone
block from Leviton even with an Amphenol connector. Adapter block and
bracket. Install individually or in pairs using jumper wires or clips.
The 66 punch down block Leviton 50 pair 0r
25 pair blocks may be installed individually
or in pairs to facilitate adds, moves, and changes in a cross-connect
system. Then jumper wires are used to make connections between blocks.
Stations can then be disconnected and reassigned without disturbing station
wire simply by moving the jumpers.
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Bridging clips are sometimes used on
split 50-pair blocks in place of jumpers. These industry-standard blocks are
used in equipment rooms to connect voice and data network wiring to customer
premises equipment. They are also used in remote and intermediate wiring
closets throughout larger installations as common connecting points for
nearby equipment. Constructed of high-impact, fire-retardant molded
thermoplastic, Leviton connecting blocks utilize phosphor bronze
quick-connect insulation displacement 66-clips for ease of installation, and
proven mechanical and electrical reliability.
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Securely mount the 89D standoff
bracket to a wall or plywood using two screws. If you are using a
25-pair block, remember that all four of the silver clips are
connected. When a wire is punched down on one of them, the remaining
three are live and ready for cross-connecting. A split pair M block
66 Block 25 Pair
Unlike the 50 Pair block below this
25 pair block is different. When you punch down
on the left most silver colored clip in a single row it will automatically
be connected to the 3 remaining silver clips in that row without using a
bridging clip. With a 25 pair block like the
pair block each row of silver colored clips are already
connected. Their are 50 rows down so that would allow you to terminate 25
pairs or 50 wires, one above the other.
Pairs should be brought in from the left side for cross connection. So if you punch down the left side then you have the
connection on the 3 remaining silver clips next to it. To terminate for example
the blue pair. Bring the blue-white wire in and terminate it on one silver
slot at the left. Then the white-blue wire terminate it on the next lower
silver slot at the left. Now you have a terminated single pair coming in on
the left side.
If you are using a 50-pair block,
think of each row of four as split right down
the middle. Two connections on the left and two on the right.
You may terminate the cross connect on the far right side. To make a
cross connect live, use a bridging clip on the middle two clips.
This connects the two sides and gives the cross-connect itís signal.
This type of connection provides convenient quick disconnects for
turning off and on signals.