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#148640 03/24/11 04:39 PM
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OK guys dont have the system in front of me but on a CICS do the tails need male or female amp connectors to plug into the system. I cant believe I cant think of this. Thanks in advance

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Female amps.


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#148642 03/25/11 05:16 AM
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Thanks guys was needing to go get the right one and and was 30 miles from system

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All switch tails are Female, never seen a Male switch tail


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All switch tails are Female, never seen a Male switch tail
Then you've never seen a Vertical Wave. :bang: Still can't figure out why they did that....


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Toshiba switch tails are male.

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I bet if you really looked into it, it would be about half and half....


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TIE used 1 sex for the CO connections and the other sex for STATION connections. I don't recall any more which was which, they've only been out of business for 15+ (?) years.

Yeah, I know, Nitsuko bought TIE, mainly because TIE was a major customer for their manufacturing capabilities. Look at the Meritor, bizcom, etc PCB's and you'll find Nitsuko all over them. AND then NEC bought Nitsuko!


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#148648 04/06/11 05:33 AM
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That is why when ordering amp cables order m/f for the cable type. Order the cable twice the length
you need then cut it in half, and now you have the best of both worlds.


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