Twin RJ11 Socket Wall Plate

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Overview

  • Double input flush mount RJ11 socket
  • Additional twin outlet for extending a telephone line
  • Fits a standard electrical single pattress box

Product overview

  • Double input flush mount RJ11 socket
  • Additional twin outlet for extending a telephone line
  • Fits a standard electrical single pattress box

Double input flush mount RJ11 socket. for providing an additional RJ11 (6P4C) twin outlet when extending a telephone line. The socket dimensions are 84mm x 84mm to fit a standard electrical single pattress box.

I want this plate but in single only can this be possible

Asked by: monkey
Sorry we do not have a single RJ11 wallplate
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2017-03-16

Are the connection twinned or are they separate. If not separate can they be parted to allow two separate telephones with separate numbers to be attached to this plate. If not which plate would I need

Asked by: David
The connections are separate so this will alow two separate telephones.
Answered by: Billy
Date published: 2017-01-17

Re Order Code: UN46A Please can you confirm that there are connectors for four pins on the RJ11? Simple phones only have two pins connected in their RJ11 plus ours use all four.
Asked by: Matt McGrath
This does have 4 connectors.
Answered by: DH
Date published: 2015-07-17

What connections are provided on the rear of the RJ11 wall socket?
Asked by: Peter Hedges
The connection is via screw terminals.
Answered by: TJ
Date published: 2015-07-17
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