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Source for 66 Blocks With Back Wired (Wrapped) Telco Connector Wires?

Source for 66 Blocks With Back Wired (Wrapped) Telco Connector Wires?

Source for 66 Blocks With Back Wired (Wrapped) Telco Connector Wires?

(OP)
I have been having a difficult time locating a 66 block with a telco connector on the side but where the wires from the connector attach to wire wrap pins on the back rather than being punched down on the front. I would like this because it saves another set of jaws I could use for cross connects. I know they are out there but can't find them or don't know the proper search term.

RE: Source for 66 Blocks With Back Wired (Wrapped) Telco Connector Wires?

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RE: Source for 66 Blocks With Back Wired (Wrapped) Telco Connector Wires?

I haven't seen those for a while. The two manufacturers I know of are Suttle and Siemon.

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RE: Source for 66 Blocks With Back Wired (Wrapped) Telco Connector Wires?

(OP)
Don't tell me they stopped making them. I looked at what Siemon makes and they are definitely on the front in the pictures. There was no picture of Suttle.

RE: Source for 66 Blocks With Back Wired (Wrapped) Telco Connector Wires?

I'm sure someone still makes them. I haven't seen them in use for a while.

I've seen references to a clip that adds two positions. The clip is like a modified bridging clip. If you can't locate a block with the wires spun down underneath, those clips might be a reasonable substitute if using a block where the female Amphenol Jack's wires are punched down along the end column(s).

Another option might be to run jumpers from the Amphenol block to a 66/25. That block would have a one in/three out configuration.

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RE: Source for 66 Blocks With Back Wired (Wrapped) Telco Connector Wires?

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Found them finally, I was in a place that had them and they still had the label, Siemon M2-5W

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