HT2006 Common-Talk Selective Ring Handset Intercom
The HT2006 Series handsets are designed to work as a home or office type handset intercom station, with or without paging capabilities for industrial and commercial applications. Choose from a 5-button (HT2006/5WH) or 10-button (HT2006/10W) version. Handset shown is the 10-button HT2006/10 model.
These attractive handsets easily surface mount right on the wall or over a single gang flush electrical back box (or plaster ring). Handsets can be changed to desk mount with the addition of a model TZ1006 series desk adaptor, or can be flush mounted with the addition of a model UM1004WH flush housing/trim assembly.
All HT2006 Series handsets feature textured finish (to minimize scratches and fingerprints), electric buzzer signaling (adjustable), heavy duty coiled cord with strain relief and five (5) or ten (10) momentary push button switches.
For NH908A Type Systems: Wiring between handsets shall be 4-common #22AWG and 1 selective wire #22AWG, for each handset station connected on the system. For example, a system with 8- HT2006/10 handsets would require 4-common and 8-selective wires for a total of 12 wires (minimum).
See system Installation Manual: AWD016 for more complete wiring information.
For NH208TVU Systems: Use the same wiring as shown above for the NH908A systems (between handsets), and add 1-#22AWG wire for each handset push-button that will activate an electric door release, add 1-#22AWG wire for each push-button (at any entry door) that will selectively signal to one or more handsets connected to that push-button. In the illustration shown above for 8- HT2006/10 handsets, if you had an 8-button front entry panel and a door release you would add 1 door opener wire, and 8 selective call button wires, for an additional 9 wires added to the original 12, for a minimum wiring requirement of 21 wires.
See system installation manual no. AWD057 for more complete wiring information.
For NH908A and/or NH208TVU Systems: Add one more #22AWG wire for each of the other HT2006 push-buttons will be used for any other signaling purposes, such as paging, etc.