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Help identify this type of 110 block

Help identify this type of 110 block

Help identify this type of 110 block

(OP)
I've never seen this type of block. I've spent hours looking online with different search terms and have come up with nothing. The only thing I found was this auction site with "sold" items and with no way to contact the seller: http://rasmuscatalog.com/cgi-bin/mmlist.cgi?rasmus...

The blocks have clear P-touch type labels: "AT&T 110TB 1-50" and "95-OH-05 4". I can only assume that the "110TB" stands for Test Block as the center row of brass clips look like they're for testing.

Ultimately, I'd like to find the test clip that goes to these blocks.

RE: Help identify this type of 110 block

I think that those 110 blocks were used with Definity system installations.

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RE: Help identify this type of 110 block

(OP)
Thanks, Dexman.
I looked for old Definity install docs and pics online.
Found none using this type of 110 block. All used standard 110, 66, bix, and krone.

I'll keep looking.

RE: Help identify this type of 110 block

I'm going to retract my suggestion. The Definity that my former employer had used standard 110 blocks.

I love2 "FEATURE 00"
http://dexman.webs.com/

RE: Help identify this type of 110 block

I found a few references and prices when I googled "110TB1-50". The one result from Anixter looks like it comes with a test cable: Link

LoPath
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RE: Help identify this type of 110 block

(OP)
Thanks, LoPath. The link shows this block described as a Disconnect Block. This is the first time I've seen it referred to as that.
I emailed Anixter to see if they sell the test cable.

I appreciate your help.

RE: Help identify this type of 110 block

try searching for systimax

If I never did anything I'd never done before , I'd never do anything.....

RE: Help identify this type of 110 block

A few days after my last reply, I found a pdf for this particular block. It looks like Commscope discontinued it several years ago.

I love2 "FEATURE 00"
http://dexman.webs.com/

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