There's an exposed copper busbar. A small amount of copper on the conductors is not a problem.
There's no requirement or need to have MCBs in any...
It would be highly unusual to use a parallel network without a series element first. It's an excellent way to damage the output.
I also don't think this is the correct item to be opening. Fuses for the single property are unlikely to be located inside street furniture.
Filters are in-line devices, but even then are not specifically designed for intentional radiators.
You'll be fine with a normal 230V dimmer. Certainly a very low risk of electric shock - the potentiometers are usually plastic shaft, and you can...
Most white switches are IP22 rated, so not a concern
Are you reading real or apparent power?
Touching live parts "may" trip the RCD. 30mA is a serious shock and even at half that you'll be jumping around in pain with no chance of tripping...
He was extremely close to death in an incident with a microwave oven transformer.
This will blow your mind then...
4 core flex is almost always green/yellow, blue, brown and black.
Video wayyy too long. The guy needs to learn how to edit.
You need a splitter or distribution amplifier depending on the signal power levels. Aerial connections should not be daisy chained.
Sounds fairly conventional if everything is working correctly. What were you expecting?
Looks plastic to me... Hope it's not connected to the neutral
Why with an op-amp?
The fitting offers reinforced insulation in addition to the basic insulation afforded by the single sheath over the copper conductors.
Looks like the same thread as the isolator valves
What's with the brass threaded inserts on the iso valves?
Just fit Enlite E6 Pro if you're set on installing downlights.
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