Please note the terminals on these products may be IDC style which will require you to insert the wires using either a thin blade screwdriver or the correct IDC insertion tool. (See below)
Solwise ADSL Faceplate Splitter
Solwise ADSL Faceplate Splitter - A splitter of the type installed and used by the BT engineer for an installed ADSL service. Replaces the lower half of the BT 'NTE5' master box and provides connections for both telephone and modem at sockets on the front panel.
Connections are also provided for both filtered (phone) and un-filtered (modem) extensions hard-wired from the rear.
We also supply the the NTE5 original socket if you need to use a faceplate splitter at a location other than your main BT-Master socket. ( See below )
Solwise VDSL Faceplate Splitter
Conforms to SIN346 for ADSL and also SIN498 for VDSL2. 1 x RJ11 Socket and 1 x BT Socket.
NTE5 Master Socket
NTE5A: uses Screw terminals. This NTE5A has a 22 milliHenry inductor on the bell wire which adds extra high end filtering on the bell wire. It is reported that this is required for the BT HomeHub. This inductor IS NOT a substitute for an iPlate or other ADSL filter which will be based on at least one coupled-inductor and several other components to achieve the necessary isolation between the phone and ADSL circuits.
Plastic Krohn Tool
Plastic IDC insertion tool - For more Krohn tools click here