Dial Telephone Systems

  1. What is the CKT designation for the dial telephone system?
  2. What is the most commonly used dial telephone?
    Type G
  3. How many connections can the crossbar switches handle at any given time?
  4. What voltages does the power supply in the telephone SWBD provide?
    -5/+5 VDC and -12/+12 VDC
  5. How many ringing generators are there, and what voltage and frequency does it provide?
    • 2
    • 75V to 110V
    • 20Hz
  6. What is the purpose of the ground fault detection panel?
    • Detects shorts
    • Detects leakage paths from the ships wiring to the ships hull
  7. What is the purpose of the attendants cabinet?
    Provides ship to shore interface
  8. How many shore lines can a ship receive?
    Depends upon the size of the ship
  9. What is the purpose of the handset retainer slide?
    Holds the handset in place
  10. How long does the dial take for '0' to return to normal?
    1 second
  11. What type of ringer does the type G use?
    Gong and Clapper type
  12. How long after the hookswitch is released will you get a howler tone?
    30 seconds
  13. What 3 adjustments can be made to the type g telephone?
    • Dial illumination
    • Ringer volume
    • Dial speed
  14. What are the 3 differences between type G version 1 and version 2?
    • Internal circuitry
    • Component nomenclature
    • Handset retaining mechanism
  15. What is the most obvious difference between the version 1 and version 2 type G telephones?
    Handset retaining mechanism
  16. The dial telephone system is a _____ CKT.
  17. What type of telephone is desk mounted?
    Type A
  18. What type of telephone is the older bulkhead mounted?
    Type F
  19. What type of telephone is splashproof?
    Type C
  20. What type of telephone is the new bulkhead type?
    Type G
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