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  • BS 6328-3:1983

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    APPARATUS FOR CONNECTION TO PRIVATE CIRCUITS RUN BY CERTAIN PUBLIC TELECOMMUNICATION OPERATORS - SPECIFICATION FOR APPARATUS FOR CONNECTION TO DIRECT CURRENT CIRCUITS

    Available format(s):  Hardcopy, PDF

    Withdrawn date:  02-08-2013

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  01-01-1983

    Publisher:  British Standards Institution

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    Foreword
    Committees responsible
    Specification
    1. Scope
    2. Definitions
    3. Reference level
    4. General requirements
    5. Electrical requirements
    6. Connection requirements
    7. Marking
    8. Information to be supplied by the manufacturer
    Appendices
    A. Advisory information on British Telecommunications
        plc private direct current circuits
    B. Measurement of longitudinal power level
    Tables
    1. Connection arrangements for up to six circuits
    2. Connection arrangements for more than six circuits
    Figures
    1. Circuit for the powering of apparatus
    2. Power level limits in the frequency range 200 Hz to
        3400 Hz
    3. Power level limits at frequencies above 3.4 kHz
    4. Longitudinal power level limits as a function of
        frequency
    5. Suggested circuit for testing the immunity of
        apparatus to 50 Hz longitudinal interference
    6. Circuit for the measurement of longitudinal power
        level

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    Describes requirements for apparatus in household, business and office environments connected to direct current private circuits either directly or by means of connection to a relevant branch system for direct current circuits, includes sections on definitions, reference level, general requirements, electrical requirements, connection requirements, marking and information to be supplied by the manufacturer.

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    Committee TCT/2
    Development Note Supersedes 82/61159 DC and 84/61709 DC. (09/2005) Inactive for the new design. (01/2011)
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher British Standards Institution
    Status Withdrawn

    Standards Referencing This Book - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    BS 4727-3:GRP02(1971) : 1971 GLOSSARY OF ELECTROTECHNICAL POWER TELECOMMUNICATION ELECTRONICS LIGHTING & COLOUR TERMS - TERMS PARTICULAR TO TELECOMMUNICATIONS & ELECTRONICS - TELEPHONY TERMINOLOGY
    BS 4727-3:GRP01(1971) : 1971 GLOSSARY OF ELECTROTECHNICAL POWER TELECOMMUNICATION ELECTRONICS LIGHTING & COLOUR TERMS - TERMS PARTICULAR TO TELECOMMUNICATIONS & ELECTRONICS - GENERAL TELECOMMUNICATION & ELECTRONICS TERMINOLOGY
    BS 6301:1982 SPECIFICATION FOR SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR APPARATUS FOR CONNECTION TO BRITISH TELECOMMUNICATIONS NETWORKS
    BS 6305:1982 SPECIFICATION FOR GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR APPARATUS FOR CONNECTION TO THE BRITISH TELECOMMUNICATIONS PUBLIC SWITCHED TELEPHONE NETWORK
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