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Results of a Miswired PBX #111932
11/22/00 10:57 PM
11/22/00 10:57 PM
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Re: Results of a Miswired PBX #111933
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What is a PBX? (Frank) cinkerf

Re: Results of a Miswired PBX #111934
10/27/03 12:41 AM
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Frank,
A PBX is a Private Branch Exchange.
It is used inside commercial buildings to distribute phone calls, with each phone being an extension of the main phone, I think. [Linked Image]

Re: Results of a Miswired PBX #111935
10/27/03 02:02 PM
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what exactly caused this fire?? as phones run on low powers and voltages, what happened? is there further explanation of the "miswiring"?

Re: Results of a Miswired PBX #111936
10/27/03 02:48 PM
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Nasty indeed. Shorting or crossing the actual phone lines wouldn't cause this.

The miswiring was most probably either:

(a) 120 or 240V AC power connected to the wrong points, or

(b) a 50V battery supply incorrectly wired and no proper fusing in place.


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