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I am about to order a couple of BETs, but I'm unsure which 5 pin modules to order. I've decided to go with solid state modules, but I need to figure out which voltage rating to select.

I have two different lines to protect. The incoming CO lines, and the lines between the Nortel 616 KSU and the phones.

My options for voltage ratings are 30V, 75V, 240V and 300V.

From what I've been able to gather, the 240V would be appropriate for the CO lines, and the 75V for the digital lines. Does that sound right?

Thanks

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Right on.


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According to the PortaSystems chart...you are correct. I just ordered mine yesterday laugh .


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