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Along with other electrical fixtures, telephone sockets are equally important for installation in buildings. With the advent of technology, telecommunication has become the lifeline of different offices and commercial establishments. It allows for swift communication and conveying of information in timely manner. Every building, whether residential or commercial, is installed with plastic or stainless steel telephone sockets. The telephone lines not only carry voice signal, but also facilitate fax services and internet via ADSL modems.

These are also required for intra-office communication which is quite important in large offices and commercial establishments and especially hospitals, hotels etc. Besides making communication easier, the telephone sockets also remove any unsightly wires that otherwise lie tangled around. The telephone wires can be installed along with electrical ones hiding them from sight.

Different Types of Sockets

There are basically two types of telephone sockets.

Master Socket

A master socket is the primary contact point for the service line coming from the telecommunication service provider. It contains a R/C filter that is composed of resistor and capacitor and helps to eliminate any disturbances and noise coming along with the signal. A surge arrestor is also included in master stainless steel telephone sockets for further protection. Only one or a few of these are installed.

Slave Socket

A slave socket is simply an extender that is used to connect devices such as telephones and modem to the service line via the master socket. It does not contain any R/C components or surge protectors. Generally, most of the sockets installed inside premises are slave ones.

Finding the right socket

Material Used: The sockets can be made of different materials that include ceramic, plastic and metals. Stainless steel telephone sockets are really robust and sturdy. These have virtually no chances of breaking and can last for decades eliminating the need for their replacement unlike plastic ones, that can break due to force or trauma from objects. Stainless Steel phone sockets are also easier to clean and don’t lose colour over time.

Type: The stainless steel telephone sockets come in two types – master and slave. A master socket is meant for use at place where a telephone line comes into the building from a telephone provider. For all the other areas in the premises that have to be fitted with telephones, the slave telephone sockets can 

Along with other electrical fixtures, telephone sockets are equally important for installation in buildings. With the advent of technology, telecommunication has become the lifeline of different offices and commercial establishments. It allows for swift communication and conveying of information in timely manner. Every building, whether residential or commercial, is installed with plastic or stainless steel telephone sockets. The telephone lines not only carry voice signal, but also facilitate fax services and internet via ADSL modems.

These are also required for intra-office communication which is quite important in large offices and commercial establishments and especially hospitals, hotels etc. Besides making communication easier, the telephone sockets also remove any unsightly wires that otherwise lie tangled around. The telephone wires can be installed along with electrical ones hiding them from sight.

Different Types of Sockets

There are basically two types of telephone sockets.

Master Socket

A master socket is the primary contact point for the service line coming from the telecommunication service provider. It contains a R/C filter that is composed of resistor and capacitor and helps to eliminate any disturbances and noise coming along with the signal. A surge arrestor is also included in master stainless steel telephone sockets for further protection. Only one or a few of these are installed.

Slave Socket

A slave socket is simply an extender that is used to connect devices such as telephones and modem to the service line via the master socket. It does not contain any R/C components or surge protectors. Generally, most of the sockets installed inside premises are slave ones.

Finding the right socket

Material Used: The sockets can be made of different materials that include ceramic, plastic and metals. Stainless steel telephone sockets are really robust and sturdy. These have virtually no chances of breaking and can last for decades eliminating the need for their replacement unlike plastic ones, that can break due to force or trauma from objects. Stainless Steel phone sockets are also easier to clean and don’t lose colour over time.

Type: The stainless steel telephone sockets come in two types – master and slave. A master socket is meant for use at place where a telephone line comes into the building from a telephone provider. For all the other areas in the premises that have to be fitted with telephones, the slave telephone sockets can 

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