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2-Line Telephone Splitter

#41062
Plug a single line phone into a two line jack
(1) RJ-12 Male
(3) RJ-12 Female

Product Description

Quickly plugs into a standard two-line telephone jack to connect a device to either line one or line two. A combined line one plus line two allows you to keep your two-line telephone connected.

Input: One RJ12 Female
Output: Two RJ12 Female
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Product Specifications

Color : Ivory
UPC : 757120410621
Warranty : 90 Days
Vendor : C2G
Weight : 0.020 LB
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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Looks like the product that was advertised. I am sure this would have done the job but when I installed the phones I discovered that the phone already had a 2 line Jack.
Date published: 2015-11-24
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A typical phone terminal has 4 wires going to it. lines 2 & 3 and lines 1 & 4. I want a splitter that will separate lines 2 & 3 from lines 1 & 4. I want one terminal of the splitter to use the phone signal from lines 2 & 3 and the other terminal to use...

A typical phone terminal has 4 wires going to it. lines 2 & 3 and lines 1 & 4. I want a splitter that will separate lines 2 & 3 from lines 1 & 4. I want one terminal of the splitter to use the phone signal from lines 2 & 3 and the other terminal to use the signal from lines 1 & 4. If the lines 2 & 3 are shorted then lines 1 & 4 should work. A ordinary splitter will just split the phone signal from lines 2 & 3 to two signals but both will be from lines 2 & 3.
Asked by: edbog
This splitter has one port for line 1, one port for line 2, and the third is wired for both line 1 and 2.
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2017-10-06

Do you have a 6P6C version to split out 3 pairs into individual L1+L2+L3?

Asked by: Anonymous
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