. Connecting a burglar alarm system to a residential phone system using Internet technology requires the use of aa. RJ11 interface jack.b. RJ31x interface jack.c. network interface jack.d. FCC approved installation.
wondering is rj31x is sufficient for use with internet...
hi, thanks for using JA: The correct answer is B, RJ31X. RJ11 is for phone use, network card is for using with a computer, FCC approved installation-not needed in this case. If you want more information, please, see the link outlined bellow:http://www.hometech.com/kb/questions.php?questionid=78If you have more questions, I will be online for two hours!Regards!
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so even though it says "using internet technology", you would suggest as you have?Connecting a burglar alarm system to a residential phone system using Internet technology requires the use of a
hiYes, actually, it cannot be a network card, because a network card as a diferent plug from a residental phone system line. So the real problem is choosing from RJ11 or RJ31X. RJ11 cannot be used for an alarm system. The rj31x is not a standard telephone jack, and connecting anything other than alarm equipment will cause damage to the jack or equipment.It sure that the correct answer is rj31x.Regards!