Only Approved Contractors are permitted to carry out periodic inspection and testing within their NICEIC enrolment. So any "Domestic Installer"...
Most Type B RCCBs I have come across are actually four module.
Not only is a Type AC RCD prohibited for EV charging, it is also the case that each EVSE (Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment, i.e. chargepoint)...
They do exist, but Mode 1 charging is to be deprecated. Mode 2 is almost as poor.
Mode 3 charging is what should be sought for home charging, and...
Yes, it does.
I most certainly would not.
Taking multiple socket-outlets/points off the spur in 4mm^2 cable risks concentrating the load of the ring too much around one of the ring cables,...
I presume you mean 6kA and 10kA - not kVA.
They have not phased out the 6kA devices. Domestic type devices remain as 6kA, with...
Granted. Only noticed the thread title once I checked after your post.
Sorry. I thought we were discussing loop testing for some reason. Didn't realise we were discussing insulation resistance testing.
That's what it does. It puts a load on the circuit and measures the voltage drop to calculate what the impedance is.
It measures the voltage drop to determine the impedance.
Insulated and sheathed singles are still in use throughout Ireland.
It has four sets of connectors instead of three.
The instructions are impeccably clear about that. I prefer the Hager Ashley offerings (J803/J804) personally.
J804 is the correct one.
They are only maintenance-free when used in a WagoBox and adhering to the specific requirements in the instructions for a maintenance-free...
Green would not suffice. It is expressly forbidden by BS7671.
Bi-colour combination of green and yellow ONLY.
Green and yellow is mandatory - not merely preferred.
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