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SSFP's - Service Specific FacePlates
January 13th, 2016 9:54 am

In our last post covering the NTE5 master socket we mentioned SSFP's or Service Specific Face Plates. In short this little buzz term covers what we commonly call a filtered faceplate or ADSL/vDSL faceplate. If you have broadband (ADSL or vDSL) then there are a few reasons why you should really consider one of these. Over the years we've sold thousands of these little gizmo's, they all do basically the same thing, the main types are as follows...

NTE2000 https://www.bttorj45.com/BTNTE5ADSLfaceplate.html

NTE2000 front viewNTE2000 rear view

The NTE2000 is as old as ADSL itself! Earlier versions had ADSL V 1.0 printed on them but later on in production this was changed to ADSL 2+. This really was nothing more than a marketing exercise as the filter design was unchanged. This filter simply replaces the lower front of the NTE5 and filters any extension wiring so no need to have plug in filters around the house! Installation is simple, remove the NTE5 lower front plate, note which wires are going to 2,...