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#160383 - 11/06/05 02:00 PM BIX Parts  
Navyguy  Offline
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Welland, Ontario, Canada
I posted this message in another forum, however have not had replies. I thought I would try here:

I thought perhaps somebody here maybe able to help me with finding a particular product that I am looking for.
I am looking for a standard rack mounted BIX distribution assembly like a QMBIX 10A. I have searched numerous sites and have not found anything. I would think there must be such a beast out there.

I have been able to find numerous patch panels for RG45 connectors, Cat5e rated but I am just looking for a rack-mounted version of the above QMBIX 10A.

A part number or link to a site would be appreciated.

Cheers

Navyguy


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#160384 - 11/06/05 02:17 PM Re: BIX Parts  
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Why does it have to be BIX? Try the manufacturers site- http://hermione.nordx.com/webapp/wc...10001&categoryId=10006&langId=-1

You won't see much BIX in the US, mostly in Canada though Northern Telcom supplies it with their systems that they send here.

Edit: Ah, you're from Canada. I answered my own question.

-Hal




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#160385 - 11/06/05 06:49 PM Re: BIX Parts  
Sandro  Offline
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Try www.provowire.com They carry all the BIX stuff and generic brands. They are located in Woodbridge.


#160386 - 11/08/05 10:35 AM Re: BIX Parts  
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Thanks for your replies. Unfortunately I have checked these sites previously and had no luck in what I am looking for.

Perhaps I am just a poor searcher...

What I was looking for I did not think was particularly special, however it would appear that it is...

Thanks again for your replies.

Cheers


#160387 - 11/08/05 12:59 PM Re: BIX Parts  
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You might give it a try to ask your question over at the Telephone Tec Talk board- http://www.sundance-communications.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi

There are a couple of Canadian guys there that are regular users of BIX and I think it would be more on topic there than on an electrical board such as this.

As far as I know that link I gave you is the only manufacturer of BIX products but I could be wrong.

-Hal



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