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Subject: Telephone ring generator

Date: 10/26/00 at 8:34 AM
Posted by: Tony
E-mail: amccabe@hawkeyerec.com
Message Posted:

I would like to build a power supply to simulate the ring signal on the telephone line. I can switch it manually, so I really just need an AC power source that generates approx. 90-110 V. AC and has a frequency of 20 Hz. I need this for testing modems in remote locations to see if they will answer. This should also be a low current device so it doesn't burn up the modem. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

Tony M.

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