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#598748 03/10/16 02:51 AM
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My 1A2 project. Top left is a 584C which will handle 13 KTU's. Bottom left is an Elgin EAK-4 power supply. Center is an ITT 601 which will handle 5 KTU's and a rotary/tone intercom. MDF has red for KTU connections and blue for station connections.
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Take off the lens cap.


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And here I was thinking that I was the only one who couldn't view it.


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change the links from *.jpeg to *.jpg

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Originally Posted by jknichols
change the links from *.jpeg to *.jpg

Agreed.

I copied the URL for the full picture to my browser, lopped off the "[img]"s and removed the "e"

The installation looks good. I like the choice of the colors for the backboards. smile


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I dont see a spot for the flat screen TV

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See, IT guys can be useful, occasionally.

I don't see the shelf that holds the coffee cup, book, and Spokesman® you would need while you're on HOLD for a few hours with the test desk.


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The power unit is designed to be mounted inside the 16C equipment cabinet with 4 machine screws. That saves a bit of wiring and gets you more space on the backboard. Mount it at the end where the hinges are. Be sure that the mounting is really attached securely to the backboard.

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