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RTX Wireless Phone Jack Extension Unit

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Extension Unit
  • Wireless extension unit for the RTX wireless phone jack
  • Eliminates need for wires and cables
  • Wirelessly transmitt your telephone signal anywhere in the home
  • 50m range that works through walls, and ceilings, can even be used in a garage or a shed
  • No tools required, Plug & play - 1 minute
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RTX Wireless Phone Jack Extension Unit + Belkin RJ11 Male to BT Plug Male Cable F8V168b02M + BT Telephone Socket Doubler/Splitter
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Product details

Size: Extension Unit
  • Boxed-product Weight: 381 g
  • Item model number: WPJEXTN
  • ASIN: B003QP46OW
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 9 Jun. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (423 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Size Name: Extension Unit

Twin Pack: The Wireless Phone Jack is a fantastic product which offers you 50 metres of wireless phone line, meaning you can have an extra socket in your home without the need to install wires and other equipment, which can be both expensive and time consuming. Telephone sockets are often in high demand in the home, with current technology such as telephones, fax machines and PC modems. The Wireless Phone Jack is the perfect solution for when you need an extra connection. This well-designed plug is easily inserted directly into any power socket within your home, without the need for any annoying wires! Just Plug in a Wireless Phone Jack and Communicate - it's that simple! Extension Unit: RTX Wireless Phone Jack Slave Unit. Up to 4 Wireless phone Jack Slaves (Receivers) can be paired with RTX Wireless phone Jack Master (Transmitter Unit) to create additional wireless telephone extensions.

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Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

48 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Jez Page on 6 July 2010
Size: Twin Pack Verified Purchase
On the package it says these can be set up in just one minute, and that's a true representation of how easy it is.

We recently bought a retro telephone that needed to be plugged into a conventional wall socket, but the nearest phone point was in a completely different room. This wireless phone extender let us site the phone wherever we wanted without having ugly trailing wires all over the house.

The kit actually comes with more bits than the manufacture's description shows; you get not just the two wireless units but also:
One RJ11 male - RJ11 male lead.
One BT male - RJ11 female adaptor.
Two RJ11 male - BT female adaptors.
All in all, just about every type of socket / cable adaptor you should need to get everything hooked up, except.....

...our retro phone (along with any 'traditional' phone) needs a ringing signal to make it ring, so it still needed a specific ringing adaptor (which I got from Maplin). Now everything IS hooked up and fully working.
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78 of 81 people found the following review helpful By Martin Millmore on 16 July 2010
Size: Twin Pack Verified Purchase
This extender does extend your phone signal fine, but it doesn't seem to send the bell line, which is something specific to the british phone system. Most modern phones don't use the bell line, so that is not an issue in general, but older phones like the BT Diverse phones only ring if you have the bell line connected.

You can work round this by installing an ADSL filter after the output of the receiver unit, because in addition to their normal job of filtering out the ADSL signal, ADSL filters also re-create the bell line signal. It's a pain that you have to do this though, and it wasn't documented anywhere on the manufacturers web site.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A. J. Reid on 1 Sept. 2010
Size: Twin Pack Verified Purchase
I bought a master and slave, and then an extra slave at the same time. When i recieved the products, I installed as described in the instructions (I work in IT and know how to get this sort of stuff working)

The master and slave worked, I put the master in my lounge, then the slave in my loft and connected my BT converse 2300 phone to it (nice desktop corded business phone by the way!!)

Everything seemed to work ok, I could make calls no problem, the phone would ring when I called it, clarity was excellent, no interference, so I thought I`ll install the second slave, so that it could connect my non hd sky box in the bedroom.

When i tried to pair the 2nd slave no matter what I did it wouldn`t pair with the master (The first master and slave come pre configured to each other, so they were fine). I tried the recommended solution for factory resetting the slave which is plug in, red light, unplug, plug in, red light, unplug, plug in, red light, unplug, plug in, red light, unplug, plugin, red light, unplug. Im not joking thats what your supposed to do to reset the unit, toally ridiculous put a button on it called reset and lets make things a little easier hey !

So the second slave is no good and I am boxing up and returning after trying everything i could find on forums, the manufacturers website, youtube etc

I thought, ok bit of a nightmare but at least I have a working phone in the loft. Damn I spoke too soon, today I noticed when people try and call me there is no bell ringer on the phone, it doesn`t ring at all, just makes a very faint clicking noise. I thought maybe the phone is faulty so took it downstairs into the lounge, plugged it in and lo and behold the phone would ring.
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31 of 33 people found the following review helpful By J. R. Yon on 22 Jun. 2012
Size: Twin Pack Verified Purchase
This is a very useful product which has solved a problem for us, but it is let down by poor instructions. Some are written awkwardly, and some are just missing. To avoid headaches for others I'll try to document what I worked out with a combination of the manual, their website, prior knowledge and experimentation:

* The UK version comes supplied with the necessary dongles to adapt British phones to the RJ11 sockets. Use these with the supplied leads rather than ones you have lying around as not all RJ11 plugs are wired the same way. As supplied it works fine with old-school phones with mechanical ringers (e.g. Wild & Wolf Series 302 Desk Phone). No extra adapter is required.

* DECT can't carry ADSL in any configuration. Connect the base unit to the filtered (phone) side of your microfilter if you have one. If you want to get your broadband to some other place in the house without wiring you don't need this product, you need a wireless router. If your ADSL modem/router has an ethernet port (as most do) then you can plug in one of these: TP Link TL-WR702N 150Mbps Wireless N Nano Router

* The two sockets on the base unit appear to be wired in parallel. You can plug your master/emergency phone into it, and it will still work even in a power cut. This phone will ring before the others do (which is a limitation of the technology).

* The base unit comes already paired to the extension. If for some reason you need to unpair them you can do a hard reset: Unplug any leads from the base and turn off the power. Wait a few seconds.
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