Ademco - 620 Direct Connect Cord

Ademco - 620 Direct Connect Cord
No.620 DIRECT CONNECT CORD
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TYPICAL EQUIPMENT CONNECTIONS
also see instructions
accompanying ecTuipment used.
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DIAGRAM 1: Wiring and Typical Connections
GENERAL INFORMATION:
The FCC (Federal
Communications
Commission)
rect connection
of FCC registered
equipment
line by standard
plugs and jacks.
Telephone
lers are no longer required.
now permits
dito the telephone
company coup-
The No. 620 Direct
Connect Cord includes
the plug to be
used.
It plugs
into a telephone
company supplied
and installed
USOC (Universal
Service
Order Code) No. RJ31X or
RJ38X Jack.
The No. 620 must be used to ‘Id i rect connect”
equipment
that
has line seizure
capability
(i.e.
automatic
disconnection
of handsets
from the telephone.tine
during
equipment
activation)
such as:
No.
No.
No.
No.
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669
670
674
Line Seizure/Switching
Oigital
Communicator
Digital
Communicator
Select-A-Line
RIGINAL
LLJSCREW
tOGRAMMED
Module
If no line seizure
is required,
(e.g.
Nos. 612, 660, 6711
connect GRAY with RED and BROWN with GREEN to device’s
telephone
line input points.
OR, WHERE LOCAL REGULATIONS PERMIT
Connect equipment
to telephone
line with standard
4 pin
telephone
plug and jack.
Equipment
that does not utilize
line seizure
may be direct
connected
via the No. 620 and “RJ” Jack as described
in Oiagram 1. Alternatively,
where local
regulations
permit,
a
standard
4 pin telephone
plug and jack may be used.
Such
equipment
includes:
No.
No,
No.
No.
612
660
671
679
Automatic
Telephone
Dialer
Digital
Receiver
Digital
Call Director
Oigital
Communicator
OPERATION:
No. 620, plugged
‘to the incoming
attached
to the
No, 620 unpluqged
in “RJ” Jack:
Connection
of the handsets
line can be controlled
by the equipment
No. 620.
from
“RJ”
Jack:
Handsets
are
connected
directly
to the incoming
line via
ment i.s disconnected
from line.
“shorting
bars”
within
the
jack.
Protection
equip-
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS:
Plug:
Conductors:
Jacket:
Length :
Termi nation:
Mates
with:
Miniature,
8 Position,
8
Chrome Vinyl
7’ (2.1 meters)
U-Lugs
Keyed
USOC (Universal
Service
(Miniature
8 Position)
telephone
company.
Order Code)
to be ordered
No. RJ31X or RJ38X Jack
from and installed
by
TAMPER-PROOFING THE NO. 620 CORD
To be made aware
can be used:
of
an unplugged
No.
620 cord
from
I.
In the RJ31X jack,
find
the connectors
from the cord.
These connectors
are
2.
Attach
a jumper wire between these
connections
do not touch any other
3.
Attach
circuit
the blue
(or the
4.
If the
causing
panels.
plug is removed from the jack,‘the
an alarm when the system
is armed
and orange wires
24 hour circuit
the
RJ31X jack,
the
following
procedure
which mate with the blue and orange wires
pins 2 and 7 in the accompanying
diagram.
two pins on the jack.
pins
in the jack.
at the end of
if so equipped).
the
cord
Be careful
in series
that
with
the
the
jumper
protective
protect
ive c ircuit
wil I be broken,
thus
ion in 24 hour
(or day zone annunciat
Notify
the telephone
company of the FCC Registration
Number and the Ringer
Equivalence
of the equipment
that will
be connected.
Do this
when the appropriate
jack
is requested
This
information
appears
on the individual
items which may
from the telephone
company.
be connected
to the telephone
line.
Connection
mav not
be made to
a bartv
If the telephone
company expects
equipment
incompatible
or might
notice.
line
or
coin
line.
any change in operation
affect
its performance,
If service
is to be temporarily
discontinued
consider
possible
harm to the telephone
they
a right
to determine
if your equipment
is at
or service
they must
which may render
give you adequate
this
by the telephone
company,
because of what
You have
network,
they must notify
you.
fault
and to correct
the situation.
To check if telephone
line trouble
is being caused by your equipment,
unplug the
If the trouble
ceases,
have your equipment
checked
by an approved
d i rect connect
cord.
factory
service
station.
If the telephone
line trouble
persists
after
the equipment
has been unp I ugged, notify
the telephone
company.
After
trouble
has been cleared,
plug
the
equipment
back
into
its
telephone
line
jack.
above,
you have the right
to
If the telephone
company does not inform
y ou as described
br;ng
complaint
against
them to the FCC (Federal
Communications
Commission)
under Part
68, Sub-part
E of FCC Rules.
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