50-pin Telco connector


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50-pin Telco connector

A plug and socket used to attach 25 pairs of telephone wires. It is also used for SCSI-1 connections and is the 50-pin version of the widely used Centronics connector found on the back of PC printers. See RJ-21.
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50-pin Telco connector for POTS interfaces, allowing easy installation
The IDEA Concert Telco 5250 Adapter resides in a standard IDEA Concert card slot, and uses an industry standard 50-pin telco connector to connect to the punch-down block or premises wiring.
The 7000-6 can accommodate any "twister" Translator Module and provides a single 50-pin TELCO connector on the back of the unit.