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These BT Adaptor Splitter’s are used to split one BT socket to Multiple BT Sockets.

It allows 2 Telephones or Modems and other telephony type devises with a BT plug to connect to a single BT telephone socket/access point. The T shaped design allows you to plug straight into the BT wall socket with No trailing wire. Quick and easy to use. Just Plug in the Male BT Plug straight into the wall socket, then plug your phone/Fax/Answer Machine into the BT Female sockets.


  • Simple and easy to use. Converts one outlet in to Multiple Outlets.
  • Choose Between a 2 Way, 3 Way or 4 way. The choice is yours.
  • Connecters x 1 plug is a standard British Telecom male type. This connects straight in to the BT wall Socket. No filter needed.
  • Connecters x 2 Socket. These are British Telecom Female type. Plug in your Telephony type devises in to these. Choosing the 3 or 4 way splitter respectively, enables you to use as may devices as there is sockets.
  • No Trailing wire. With their T shaped design, these Devices fit Snug to the BT Wall socket with a projection of around 3cm respectively.
  • Ideal for homes and offices. Providing you still have a phone line with a Standard telephone, (not requiring an extra power source) This can be used to keep you connected/in communication, without unplugging your out of service devices
  • Perfect for cordless or mobile devices experiencing power outage. 

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1×2 telephone line splitter

Shown in fig. 1.3-1 shows a schematic diagram of a 1×2 number splitter powered by a telephone line. The scheme includes:

• ringback processing input node — Rl, Cl, R2, VDl,VD2,R3,C2,DD1.3 .

• counting unit DD2;

• key for switching telephones to the line – DA1, bridge VD20-VD23, VTl

• TA2 lock key – DA2, VT3;

• key blocking ТА1 — DA3, VT2;

• time relay 50 s — R5, NW;

• time relay 10 s — R8, С5, DD1.4;

• -60 V supply circuits: VD25, R23, C15. 8 V: VD26, R24, C16, VD27

How it works

When connected to a telephone line according to the indicated polarity, C15 is charged up to +60 V, C16 is charged up to +8 V (circuit power supply). In standby mode, both phones are disconnected from the line due to that the key DA1 is locked in a chain:

+8 V from output DD 1.1. base VT 1, zero potential on the collector VT1 maintains zero at the control input DA1 (this should not be checked with an oscilloscope!).

When a call is received at the input node DD1.3, the counter IC DD2 is prepared for counting due to zeroing of the SZ through the chain R4, VD3, and then, on the trailing edge of the generated pulses received at the input 14 DD2, a count is made (it is recommended to connect the oscilloscope either to the output DD1.3, or to DD2 outputs, to exclude shunting of megohm circuits)

The order of dialing to the first subscriber (TA1)

After the end of the second call, a high level appears at output 4 DD2, the account stops, TA1 turns on (along the chain: R9, VD8. base VT3, zero at the input DD1. 2, zero based on

VT1, DA1 opening, VD20-VD23 bridge connects TA1 to the plus of the telephone line). At the same time, TA2 phone is blocked by turning off DA2. The third ringing (100-200 V, 25 Hz) comes only to TA1.

Dialing procedure to the second subscriber (TA2)

If the pause between the first and second ringing is more than 9-10 seconds (that is, the incoming subscriber uses a logical number: dialing, one ringing, line reset, pause 10 seconds, redialling), then the time relay R8, C5 switches element DD1. 4. This turns on TA2 (along the chain: R10, R15, base VT2, zero at the input DD1.2, zero based on VT1, opening DA1 and bridge VD20-VD23). The first phone TA1 is blocked due to the closing of the DA3 key (through “0” on the collector VT2), the call arrives at TA2.

Outgoing communication (example TA1)

In the initial state, +60 V from C15 through VD24 is maintained at the top terminals TA1, TA2 according to the scheme. When the tube is removed to TA1, about 2 V is briefly released on resistor R16, which leads to blocking DA2 (through the collector VT3), as well as to opening the switching key VT1, DA1. Telephone TA1 is connected to the line, and up to 2 V is supported on the resistor R 16, providing switching of the first device to the line. When dialing a number, the capacitance C10, as well as the chain R14, C8, VD 14, do not allow switching to be unlocked.

ADSL telephone cable hauling and TV hilling in floor shields – CS-CS.

Net: Electroshaman’s laboratory one by one and the same topic – pulling cables from the floor shield to the apartment. Three different posts will now become three different headings. Don’t be scared!

Often on my orders there is a problem with the telephone line: I want to do it well and competently, for centuries. Usually, an electrical overhaul also affects a weak current – at least TV and telephone sockets, not to mention twisted pair. With the latter, everything is usually simple: the tail from the provider is dragged into the apartment shield, to which the tails from all the Etnernet outlets of the apartment are reduced. The antenna cable suffers a similar fate: a cable is inserted from the floor splitter to the apartment shield, where all the switching is done.

What remains is the long-suffering telephone, which was usually introduced into the apartment in second homes with noodles in translucent polyethylene insulation. When looking for a wire, it is lost somewhere in the depths of the floor shield, for some reason going up or down instead of the expected terminal block or some kind of box. Usually, when re-laying a new line, we simply connect to the old cable; additionally, in cases known to me, the telephone is placed with an ordinary white flat telephone wire. Today I moved the telephone in one old Khrushchev five-story building with relatives, and I will try to show by their example how to properly handle the telephone line that enters the apartment.


  • Part 1: Stringing the telephone cable from the floor panel (23.02.2010)
  • Part 2: ADSL – Power! Replacing the telephone cable in the floor panel again (03/15/2011)
  • Part 3: TV-creatives in the floor panel! Why is the TV bad? (05/14/2011)
  • Part 4: Dzhamshut twisted-pair shamanism (nightmare, 02/16/2009)
Part 1: Stringing the telephone cable from the floor panel (02/23/2010)

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Two shields on adjacent floors, on which the cross is located

So, I reveal the secret. Telephone noodles disappearing in the depths of the floor shield actually descend or rise one or two floors above (below) to a junction box, usually type KRT-10 , or its modifications (title photo for the article). If you look at all the floor shields along the entrance, then it is easy to find: it is a rectangular black or gray box with an opening lid, where a telephone cable goes from below, and a bunch of telephone noodles go to apartments. Usually, it is marked with the PBX number and the range of telephone numbers that are displayed on it.

Actually, the theory ends here: in order to properly and efficiently drag the phone to a new apartment, you need to find your number in this cross box and lay it with something new without breaks and twists directly to the apartment. As such a cable, I got into the habit of using a two-pair twisted-pair cable (UTP 2 pair), which has more normal (read strong) insulation than telephone noodles, perfectly survives pulling and pulling through all sorts of holes, shields and risers, and most importantly, it has a normal cross section conductors. Plus, this is a normal, “fresh” cable – new.

Metal conduit for cable entry from the floor shield to the apartment

Again, my steel broach comes to my aid, which I pass through the inlet of the metal conduit that goes into the floor shield. I could not find the end of the sleeve in the shield, so I had to go the opposite way – from the apartment. At the same time, I decided to drag a piece of the antenna cable directly from the TV-splitter in the floor shield to the apartment: earlier it was some kind of ancient and half-rotten soviet cables, at the same time taking up space in the metal hose. In general, he did a good deed to relatives using the Kulibin method.

Floor shield with a missing wire

There were no problems with the wire itself, so I will describe a generally simple method for finding telephone noodles that come out of the apartment to the box. Our task is to find exactly ours and exactly the telephone wire coming out of the apartment and track its pair in the floor telephone box. Usually, due to the abundance of vines in the shields, the easiest way to do this is by using the head-on method, gently tugging and immediately pulling out the old telephone noodles. It is convenient to work together: one pulls the wire, the second looks at which wire is being pulled. To eliminate errors, it is useful to try to pull this wire in the opposite direction – if this is it, then it will be pulled at the opposite end.

Gently, without unnecessary and abrupt movements, we pull the old noodles out of the apartment, and then, in the same way, we go down the floors to the box. I was lucky: there were 4 apartments on each floor, 10 rooms on the box. Our apartment is on the 5th floor, the box is on the 4th floor. 4 wires up, 4 to the 4th floor and two – down to the third. In theory, the next box will be similarly divorced on the 1st floor. On our telephone noodles, I counted a couple of twists that obviously did not make a plus signal. And the apartment also has ADSL, hehe! ..

Junction box for telephone and antenna switching

In the apartment, I solved the problem head-on: I stuck the first suitable sized junction box in the hallway, where I led all the incoming lines from the floor panel and brought all the telephone and antenna lines from the apartment. I made the intra-apartment wiring with my own cable from each outlet, out of habit, squeezing it into all two pairs under the “system phone” 4p4c. An office habit, but a pleasant work style! .. Then I used a telephone tee, into which I stupidly stuck all the lines from the sockets, after making sure that they were correctly crimped using a LAN tester.

I had to suffer with the antenna due to the fact that the soviet cables (it was also lucky: the central conductor was made of monocore to make work easier) did not fit well into the standard windings. I usually solve this problem by biting off part of the cable sheath: I always consider old cables as a temporary solution. Specifically, in this apartment, the relocation of the antenna is still ahead, and that is why I decided in advance to pull the antenna cable from the floor shield.

Connecting a new telephone cable to the distribution box

And the last thing remains: go down to the 4th floor, open the box and carefully connect our twisted pair cable to it. When connecting, you need to watch the screws: they are screwed into a nut that does not adhere to anything and is located at the bottom in the depths of the box: if you unscrew the screw too much, you can easily lose it.

The second feature of the KRT-10 box is that the screw is unscrewed not up, but down: it just becomes freer and freer. Therefore, in order to normally lead the core under it, the screw will need to be carefully lifted up with a screwdriver. Naturally, trying not to close or damage neighboring contacts. And then the neighbors will not be very happy 🙂

Turn on, check. Works without problems. ADSL on the modem, according to my feelings, began to be twice as fast, and the volume of the phone increased slightly. A good contact decides everything, so if you want to do it very well and competently, don’t be lazy, if possible, drag the telephone cable completely from the floor box! This will save the owners of the apartment and yourself from possible problems. The only thing I would pay attention to is that it would be nice to mark such a twisted pair cable somehow (for example, with a tag) so that the playful handles of the providers do not “mix up” and cut it.

UPDATE: At the request of the workers, I explain that there is a telephone tee (or splitter).

6p (4p) phone splitter

A phone splitter is usually a small box with multiple RJ-12 connectors (6p4c or 6p6c). Internally, all these connectors are connected in parallel (together). Accordingly, I wanted to make a beautiful “SCS” even on stupid telephony – so I ran my own cable from each outlet and connected them through a splitter.

Part 2: ADSL – Power! Replacing the telephone cable in the floor shield again (03/15/2011)

Floor shield and a bunch of low-voltage cables in it

“Not even half a year has passed” – this part can also be titled like that. Yes, and all of it will be saturated with the nostalgic spirit of the past, because today I involuntarily remembered the old days, how I took all sorts of small covens like nailing a piece of PVA on brackets to the plinth and adding a couple of pads to some budget aunt. In principle, it was fun, and interesting people came across, in the process of work it was possible to just chat, but this is the past. The scale has changed, and now, as we joke with a partner, “we work only from a kilometer of cables.”

But nevermind! Soap came to my mail here in a strange and positively bantering style of presentation. Say, “Of course, I understand that you are pulling cables for kilometers, but I have some kind of crap with the phone. It either works, or it doesn’t (and in general the cable somehow ghostly goes). Here you seem to have once changed the cable in the shield. And I also have STREAM on my phone – and the Internet falls like leaves from a tree in autumn. It’s enough!” Well, I laughed that I was a specialist in ghosts, and also remembered that in the last part I did not post some important photo (I forgot to take it). I don’t remember which one, so consider that the whole story is repeated for an encore. Well, I’ll just show you how to use the Y-Splitter, which I wrote about in the article Terminal blocks: Connecting low-current circuits for a phone (it seems this photo was not enough).

In general, the ghost specialist arrived, climbed into the floor shield and began to count the wire strands. Damn it, I don’t know WHAT I should have done with the cable – well, only if some aggressive neighbors constantly pissed off other neighbors and constantly cut their cables! In total, from the shield to the phone, I counted FIVE twists. There is only one of them in the apartment. The rest are in the floor shield! How?!

There are more twists on the way of the telephone cable

The landlady warned me that their phone goes kind of strange and seems to be from the first floor. Did not believe. I went to look for the box, thinking that “right now I’ll have to explain myself to my grandmothers and ring up the apartments.” Figushki, – it was not possible to feel like an Internet installer (who needs to stretch the cable through five floors, and there is no one on the third to open the hall) – the box was nicely located on the floor below, and contained another twist.

KRT-10 storey telephone box in a switchboard

Well, to the heap, to make it quite fun – the cable insulation is nicely damaged on the edge of the steel pipe so that at least one core of this pipe touches.

Damage to the telephone cable: the insulation was torn off on the edge of the pipe

Apparently, they pulled a twisted pair cable for the Internet, they pulled something somewhere and grabbed the phone. Oh my God! ADSL – taxis with terrible force! I read in some forum that one of the wires of the line broke off among the people and for several months their ADSL kept the connection at a low speed over the remaining one wire. And the people were stupid and changed routers, sinning on them. Here, by the way, the routers also changed. Yes, and at the ABT factory, we also pulled the cable … and also changed a couple of routers at one time …

In general, I looked at all this and gave birth to the following hill plan, which is fully consistent with the previous article. We pull the line to the apartment with a two-pair twisted pair to pretend to be an Internet cable in case of sudden movements of nervous installers in floor shields (read – so that the cable is not frayed again; the twisted pair will be harder than telephone noodles).

We tighten a new twisted-pair cable

We organize a small junction box at home (no one was going to do repairs there) and change the internal lines to sockets in the old places. The old places of the lines are door trims and plastic brackets right on the wall.

In the apartment, the telephone will be switched in the junction box

As a twisted pair, I have a piece right from the last constriction, which was just enough to reach the apartment. Both pairs were compressed with separate RJ-12 jacks in order to use the second one on occasion (for example, to connect to another phone number?;)).

We remove the old cable from the terminal block of the box

Further – everything is nowhere easier. We remove the old pair from the terminal block of the floor box, put ours on and connect the lines using a splitter.

Connecting a new telephone line

By the way! Be careful with the floor box! The screws there have a cunning zapadlo. Here’s what. They are screwed into the nut, which is located at the bottom of the terminal block. But this nut is not fixed rigidly! It simply goes down and, in order to get the wire under the screw, the screw must be lifted either by the core of the wire itself or with a screwdriver. If you just unscrew the screw, expecting that it will rise up, sooner or later the nut will fall out and then you will have to make a bunch of gestures: try to get it, put it in place and at the same time not break off someone else’s phone!

A Y-splitter is used to connect the phone

That’s it. The modem connection took immediately and did not drop it again. “Suddenly” ADSL2 + was found (which was originally supposed to be there), the phones work normally and stably. Out of kindness, they gave me tea and ice cream to drink, and then they kicked me out – because the person finally seized upon a stable Internet and strove to work normally. No mats.


  1. First of all, I’ve abandoned a lot of the blog’s HTML topics for the time being – there you need to globally understand every call and every line. I have a few other “adventures” so far and I’m not in the mood to sit down and do it thoughtfully. But I promise pictures in 640*480; main to the article to click less.
  2. The blog somehow quietly leaves the topic of the electrician’s reference book and turns into a personal diary with a bunch of philosophy and personal descriptions. Well, okay. If suddenly there is no electrician, I will write about everything.
  3. Some joke about nostalgia, a repeat of last year and the same cable tie for a reason. You will find out a little later, when I myself find out everything.
Part 3: TV creatives in the floorboard! Why is the TV bad? (14.


Low-voltage part of the floor shield with a TV antenna

This small adventure began with the fact that one of my relatives asked me to quickly look at “what’s with the antenna” in the apartment and run another cable to the second TV. Well – dear old women are bad without a telly, of course! In principle, I suspected that the easiest way to normally pull the antenna wiring throughout the apartment to a new cable to replace the old rotten RK-75, but I still did not know what I would have to face.

The “order” itself began with the fact that I climbed onto the mezzanine to see how the cable was introduced into the apartment and found brooms there. A whole bunch of pieces in 5.

– Oh! And you have some kind of brooms lying around here, but a lot of them! ..
— Yeah? Here’s the deal! And I didn’t know! This was left over from the husband of the deceased – and I was going to buy it.

In general, I have never been paid with brooms until yesterday 🙂 So, I looked around the apartment, made a list of materials, measured the length of the cable and went shopping. The wiring itself is stupidly simple – a medium-quality TV cable (coke, gee-gee) is nailed along the skirting boards on brackets, which, together with all the brackets and a splitter, is stupidly poked almost for free from a friend on the market. Accordingly, I don’t take money for such trifles, especially from acquaintances, and they don’t pay for materials either. An average quality TV cable is some kind of REXANT (because there is even worse – like “RG-6U TV SAT 703 Cable made in JAPAN” (there was such an overview video on YouTube), which at a distance of 10-15 meters for an ambulance A normal CAVEL SAT-703 is put in new apartments to be sure right away 😉

So! The wiring took a couple of hours of careful work and a couple of holes with a screwdriver. I will not show (this shame) so that clients from the outside do not think that this is the only way I work. The trick of the story is not in this, but in a completely different one. I stretch the input cable from the floor shield with the piece of Cavel left from my order (the input must be done exactly right), I reach the access TV splitter, unscrew the F-connector with the cable. Out of the corner of my eye I notice some strange twist of electrical tape on this piece of cable. That is, the old RK-75 is attached with a piece of modern coax, which ends with an F-connector and is screwed to the splitter (this is sometimes done by covens so as not to suffer with winding the F-connector onto the old cable). And out of the corner of my other eye I notice that another thin cable is coming off this twist. “Yes, this is probably their old antenna, completely lost in the floor channel,” I think. And with an unwavering hand I cut the cables.

Another grandmother runs out of the apartment and starts swearing that her TV is missing. How are you? Grandmother was reassured, with a cursory termination of the F-connector, they checked back that it was really also HER antenna. Twisted. Together with our pancake. And then all the people around examined the shield. What I saw impressed me. In short, look at all the pictures:

A huge number of twists on the TV cable in the floor panel

I’m a bad photoshop, I just wanted to circle circles – but they turned out filled in. Not only that, there are several outgoing coaxials stupidly twisted from each output. So some of these coaxes go to the upper and lower floors. And there (I ran upstairs) it was built up again and goes to the apartment! Those who mounted the TV network here lacked splitter outputs. And they decided to anneal it like that! The professional in me says the same as any surgeon: “I don’t understand how something worked for you here!” (“How have you not died with this sore yet!”).

The question arose of what to do. There aren’t enough outlets for everyone. By the way, because the TV network should also be tree-like: from the floor splitter, a line is diverted to your apartment and there it already branches as it should. You can connect the second cable to the floor splitter only if there are free exits there and they are not occupied by other apartments. And there are 4 exits and 4 apartments per floor.

At the general council of grandmothers, it was decided to spud up our half of the floor from two apartments, putting us another TV-splitter, and deprive the other half, “because the apartments are rented and non-Christs live there alone” ©. And so he did.

Low-voltage part of the floor shield with patched antenna wiring

The splitter was perfectly fixed on the ties, and a little insulation had to be wound on the sheath of the old Soviet cables so that they fit into the connector normally. Everyone is happy, everyone shows everything. Our and neighboring cables were again signed with tags, and the rest – “no legs – no cartoons.” Gee-gee.

To properly connect the neighbors, I had to install a new splitter

As a bonus, I took a picture of the electrical part of the shield with another version of the stupid “bags” -knife switches-non-understand-what (bottom row) that turn off the apartment to the counter.

Almost rare vending machines in the floor panel

These are original devices from the moment the house was built (approximately 70s), which are still untouched by modern modernizers. This model is more convenient to use: it does not explode in the hands like rotary, but simply falls apart completely with all the springs and axles if you remove the cover.