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- What's Included
Most modules for structured wiring panels split phone, data, or coax wiring in order to distribute it to multiple locations in a home or business. The Channel Vision Basic Service Module combines these options into a single module, leaving space in your panel for additional modules or devices. This module supports up to six telephone outlets, each supporting up to four lines, and since the RJ45 connectors are compatible with cat. 5e cable, you can even use this module to distribute data lines. One coax in port splits your CATV or antenna to four televisions. Please note: This passive module will fit in all Leviton panels.
Additional Distribution Module OptionsThe Basic Service Module features RJ45 ports for phone line connection. A Basic Service Module is also available with six 110 Punchdown-style connectors. Need more connections? Try the Home Office Module, with 4-in/4-out phone connections and 1x2 video distribution. Also available are the six-video, 7-phone Starter Module, the4x7 Telephone & Video Combo Unit and the 4x15 Telephone & Video Combo Unit.
Manufacturer: Channel Vision Manufacturer Product No.: C-0214 UPC: 690240013252 Dimensions: 6 7/20" x 3 1/4" x 1 7/16" Phone Connectors: RJ45; 1 in, 6 out Coax Connectors: 1 in, 4 out RF Input Compatibility: 5-1000 MHz, -130dB RFI Approvals: TIA/EIA-568A and TIA 570 compliant Warranty: 2 years, limited
- Review of 840214 Review by Kgeorge
Review of 840214
Works awsome. I use phone and internet threw Cat5e and can simply pull a phone line and put it into my switch for internet. Cool having all my jacks in my house interchangable internet/phone.
Posted on 2/10/2009
- Review of 840214 Review by MATTHEW
Review of 840214
Easy to use, compact. We didn't want to have to set up anything fancy, but we did want to rewire our phone using cat5 and distribute RG6 for CATV to several rooms during a home remodel. This was a cheap, easy way to tie it all together.
Posted on 10/3/2007
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