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Anyone know about or would be interested in buying telecommunication systems & related stuff?

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8y, 1w agoPosted 8 years, 1 week ago
Evening all.

OH has come into possession of some used telecommunications equipment.

The whole kit seems to be worth a LOT of money, but trouble is we don't really know what it is! Also, we can't really find anywhere to sell it - there is one guy selling the things in the first 2 photos but they aren't being bought. We don't know where else we could try selling it.

If anyone can offer some info on the photos below I would be EXTREMELY grateful or if anyone is interested in any of the kit please let me know.
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8y, 1w agoPosted 8 years, 1 week ago
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#1
Removed photos as they came out huge, please click the links to see them

http://www.fonesolutions.com/ebaysarah/telephone%20stuff.jpg
This unit sees to be for setting up a telephone system in a company with several handsets.

http://www.fonesolutions.com/ebaysarah/telephone%20stuff%20(1).jpg
This is the same unit close up. The card thingys seem to be worth £600-£700 each or are £300/£350 'buy it now' on eBay. They aren't selling on there though, but don't know where else I could list them?

http://www.fonesolutions.com/ebaysarah/telephone%20stuff%20(2).jpg
http://www.fonesolutions.com/ebaysarah/telephone%20stuff%20(1).jpg
These 2 I don't know what they are :?
The grey one is labelled as Teltrend InterChange i 200 Series.
The black one is by APC soand is so heavy I can hardly pick it up.
#2
This is one of the card thingies from the first item on eBay 380076185151
#3
The APC device is a UPS, it's basically a big battery to keep devices powered up if there's a power failure as well as protect against surges.

The rest looks like a PABX phone system for use within an office although it's not a type I'm familiar as it's Mitel/Avaya I've used in the past. I'm not really sure where to recommend selling that type of item as any office I've worked for that's buying a PABX system has bought it brand new with a support contract understandably.

John
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Johnmcl7
The APC device is a UPS, it's basically a big battery to keep devices powered up if there's a power failure as well as protect against surges.

The rest looks like a PABX phone system for use within an office although it's not a type I'm familiar as it's Mitel/Avaya I've used in the past. I'm not really sure where to recommend selling that type of item as any office I've worked for that's buying a PABX system has bought it brand new with a support contract understandably.

John


Thank you :thumbsup:
First thing was what OH guessed at, now we know for sure.

The phone system is where we are most stuck as we don't know where to sell it
#5
Did it come from Woolies or MFI?















I'll get my coat :lol:
#6
Samsung Office Serve Phone system, probably worth about £30k new, but as john says nobody in their right mind would buy and fit themselves unless you can get a freelance telephone engineer!
#7
How about listing it all on ebay, auction-style, just to advertise? You don't have to let the auction finish - just end it at some point with the 'no longer for sale' option. But it will give you an idea if there is any interest, and might even get people contacting you with offers to close the auction... Imo, something like this is all about getting access to a very limited and specialised market and eBay is one of the cheapest ways of getting maximum exposure to that market (maybe). Gotta be worth the couple of pounds it will cost to list anyway....

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