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Option 11C/CS1000 terminal designation strips for 110 blocks?

Option 11C/CS1000 terminal designation strips for 110 blocks?

Option 11C/CS1000 terminal designation strips for 110 blocks?

(OP)
Greeting all!

I am slowing assembling an Option 11C for my home/lab use and have a 600-pair pre-terminated rack-mountable panel that will directly connect to the cabinet and save some pair reversals and time (I hope). Would someone have a printable pinout template for the various IPE cards that I could cutout and install in the clear designation strips between the 110 blocks to properly label pairs as I configure the system?

Thanks in advance.

RE: Option 11C/CS1000 terminal designation strips for 110 blocks?

Hey there MatthewOK-

Try the Excel labels on the bottom right portion of this page:

https://pbxbook.com/other/

RE: Option 11C/CS1000 terminal designation strips for 110 blocks?

(OP)
Thanks phonebits! I have been all over that site learning everything I can and never bothered to look past the Meridian/CS1K area.

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