Features ■ Accepts Bourns® DSL POTS Splitters, Station, & Coaxial Protectors ■ Manufactured from high-impact resistant, ultraviolet-desensitized, flame retardant plastic ■ Optional sealed switching jacks with Insulation Displacement Connectors (IDC) ■ Subscriber lockable with Telco override ■ Convenient ground attachment ■ Listed per UL 497 (File: E53117) 7091 Series - Network Interface Device Bourns® Model 7091 NID provides a secure and weather resistant enclosure for Telco service for residential or commercial installations. The 7091 is designed for termination and protection of various combinations of subscriber services including Twisted Pair, DSL and Coaxial lines. The 7091 features plenty of working space for wire management. How To Order 7091 - X X - X X X - XX Model Number Designator Number of Coax Protectors 0 = None 3 = One 1740-xx Coax Protector Number of Twisted Pairs 1 = One 2 = Two 3 = Three 4 = Two 1740-xx Coax Protectors 4 = Four Station Protector Options D 1 = 455HS-MSP (2377-45-HS) Voice/Data/DSL (UL,cUL) U 3 = 455HS-MSP (2377-45-HS-IDC) Voice/DSL/Data (UL,cUL) Z 1 = 455HS-BC* (2377-45-BC) Balance-Sensitive DSL (UL, cUL) W 3 = 455HS-BC* (2377-45-BC-IDC) Balance-Sensitive DSL (UL, cUL) V 3 = 455-MSP-TBU (2377-45-HS-TBU) MSP w/TBU® Protector (UL, cUL) Q 3 = 455BC-MSP-TBU* (2377-45-BC-TBU) Balance-Sensitive MSP w/TBU® Protector (UL, cUL) E 2 = 155HS-MSP (2378-35-HS) Voice/DSL/Data (UL, cUL) Y 2 = 155HS-BC* (2378-35-BC) Balance-Sensitive DSL (UL, cUL) G = 155G (2378-35-G) Balanced GDT, No Back-Up-Gap (UL, cUL) K = 356G (2377-35-G) Balanced GDT, No Back-Up-Gap (UL, cUL) R 3 = 356G (2377-35-G-IDC) Balanced GDT, No Back-Up-Gap (UL, cUL) T O = Tii355M = No Station Protectors (Not available with DSL configurations) *For DSL systems requiring capacitive balance within 1 pF. Note 1 = Digi.Guard - 356 size, RUS Maximum Duty. Note 2 = Digi.Guard II - 125 size, RUS Heavy Duty. Note 3 = Insulation Displacement Connectors (IDC) Special Options G = Security Screw in Telco Cover H = Security Screw in security plate S = Sealed Switching Jack w/IDC (85122-T-IDC) F = Sealed Switching Jack 4-Post (85122-T4) Coax Protector Type 2 = 1740-15 (150 V±20 % DC Breakdown @ 100 V/Sec) 3 = 1740-23 (230 V±20 % DC Breakdown @ 100 V/Sec) POTS Splitter Options† A1 = One 3610A ADSL POTS Splitter A2 = Two 3610A ADSL POTS Splitters B = I = O = N= Expansion Bridge w/Binding Posts (85122-B) Expansion Bridge w/IDC (85122-IDC) No options (standard 85122 jack) 90 ° F-connector (85901) 4 = 1740-35 (350 V±20 % DC Breakdown @ 100 V/Sec) P1 = One 3610A2 ADSL 2+ POTS Splitter P2 = Two 3610A2 ADSL 2+ POTS Splitters V1 = One 3630A VDSL POTS Splitter V2 = Two 3630A VDSL POTS Splitters † DSL Configuration Note: The POTS Splitter options must be ordered with option D, Z, E or Y Station Protectors. 7091 NIDs ordered with DSL units will include Special Option F (4-post sealed switching jack). Example: 7091-31-EF2-A1 To add lines, use station protector + 85122 Standard Jack (Not available with DSL configurations) 85122-T4 Sealed Switching Jack, 4-post 85122-T-IDC Sealed Switching Jack w/IDC Specifications are subject to change without notice. The device characteristics and parameters in this data sheet can and do vary in different applications and actual device performance may vary over time. Users should verify actual device performance in their specific applications. 7091 Series - Network Interface Device Installation Diagrams POTS SPLITTER (ON TOP) PROTECTOR (ON BOTTOM) MOUNTING POST BEFORE GROUND WIRE MOUNTING POST PROTECTOR POTS SPLITTER TO GROUND Product Dimensions High Wide Deep 228.6 (9.0) 215.9 (8.5) 69 (2.7) DIMENSIONS: MM (INCHES) FINISHED RJ11 Subscriber Bridges 85122 Standard Loop Expansion Bridges 85122-T4* Internal Switch - 4 Lugs 85122-IDC Insulation Displacement Connectors TR TR 1 2 TR TR 3 4 85122-B Binding Post 85122-T-IDC* Sealed Switch Jack w/IDC *Includes environmental sealant and closed-cell foam gasket. REV. N 04/15 Specifications are subject to change without notice. The device characteristics and parameters in this data sheet can and do vary in different applications and actual device performance may vary over time. Users should verify actual device performance in their specific applications.