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Attendant's Cabinet
attendant's cabinet. Table 6-6 describes the phone
jack, operating controls, and indicators of the cabinet.
The attendant's cabinet (fig. 6-25) contains the
MARINE DIALMASTER SYSTEM
manual switching equipment necessary for ship-to-
shore interface. The equipment consists of a telephone
In response to the requirements for an expandable
set with push-button control of the ship-line and
automatic dial telephone system that incorporated the
shore-line modules to seize and interconnect ship lines
features of flexibility, compactness, and reliability,
and shore lines. The attendant's cabinet is connected
the Marine Dialmaster Model (MDM) 200/700
to the switching system electrically by a cable
telephone system was developed. The system is able
terminated in a 37-point male connector. The ship
to provide you with station-to-station communica-
lines, shore lines, and all power, supervisory, and
tions via automatic dial telephone lines while at sea,
and may interface with any commercial telephone
control leads are brought into the cabinet terminal
network by way of the attendant's cabinet.
boards by this connector and cable. The telephone set,
phone jack, operating controls, and indicators are
The main assemblies of the MDM 200/700
mounted on the front of the cabinet. Each OOD station
installation are one system cabinet and from two to
is provided with a connection box for use with the
seven identical switchboard cabinets. The line
Figure 6-25.--Attendant's cabinet.

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