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We have recently acquired a NT Part Number/Model number "ANX 24L"
Also there is a number "NTN 371BA REL 03"

This cabinet has 24 slots of which 9 slots contain circuit boards labeled "UVGS" also on these circuit boards is a number "NT4K79AB R03"

It appears to me to be a Channel Bank of some sort also in the cabinet are 4 Batteries presumably for Battery Backup. The Cabinet and cards all look brand new.

My problem is no one seems to know what this piece of equipment is. Does anyone in this forum have any idea what it is & the approximate value of it?

Any input would be greatly appreciated, thanks in advance for any input you may have

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this is not in any of my books or merl's.I will check with a few other people.What color is the cabinet and the face plate on the cards.May be something from the old SL1 line.


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The cabinet cover is gray with Nortel/Northern Telecom in blue ink written on it. The circuit cards are pretty small and their faceplates are also gray. I am almost certain it is some type of channel bank as it has a 8 pin connector which had a plug in it that was plugged into a "SmartJack", and as I said before it has 24 slots for these cards... No one Ive spoken to seems to know what this thing is and its strange because the unit really appears to be brand new.

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The only thing that I can find out is that it probably is a channel bank for the DMS line.UVGS.......universal/voice/ground start.
You might want to check with some secondary market C.O. equiptment resellers....they may be of some help.
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