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I don't want to do it, I'm just trying to find out if it has been done...
Can an Electrical Installation Condition Report be back dated with the Amtech software?
Does anyone know how to model a bus coupler in Amtech. We have essential and non essential sides of the board separated by a bus coupler. Can this be done by using a bus bar section and an ACB for protection?
I have a question about how to model, bus couplers on Amtech. Would I just insert a bus bar from on section of the switch board to the other ensuring it has the same rating as the main board and then add the ACB under the protection tab ?
I have recently just because an NICEIC registered contractor, I’ve been using the amtech (or Trimble fast test, as it’s now know ) for about a year now and I quite like it.
Anyways could any of you street me in the direction on how to generate NICEIC certificates from it, all mine...
We have a main lv switchboard that feeds a sub main board ( and other equipment) the sub main board then feeds a panel( and other equipment and panels) which controls various motors.
We are interested in the following main lv section that feeds sub main section and sub main...
I was wondering if anyone could help me out with recommending the best testing software to buy.
I have been using the NICEIC's online certification for EICR, EIC, EM lighting test etc. I think it's good but am considering buying a software package.
I have read reviews for both Tysoft...
Has anyone got a copy in any format (disk/floppy/usb/iso) of the 16th edition single cable?
I have an enormous number of old data files that will have useful info such as load, cable length that I could do with reviewing and re-creating in prodesign. (I have a properly licenced copy of this)...
Well I'm am out of the training game for a bit..
I've got a couple of work offers but I am basically whoring myself out to whatever is paying for the foreseeable..
So I've done a full test of a primary school this week, I was handed Amtech Fastest loaded on a laptop which had all the cert data...
Dear fellow certification software users,
We have two laptops that we use on site for Amtech Fast Test. We also have a server in the office that holds the database of certificates, so when the laptops are connected to the office network they are meant to automatically sync with the server etc...
Just trying to work out a cable and fuse size for a 3kva 415/240v transformer with a 2kW load on it, using Amtech single cable, there are no settings for showing a transformer on the load side, is it possible to calc a transformer load on Amtech.
If I use a motor as the load it chooses fuses...
Can anyone recommend a good certification software?
I have used Amtech for Donkeys years but am getting hacked off with paying the pricey monthly tech support/update premium. Mainly because I know the software (And all its glitches) pretty well inside out so don't really need tech very...
Having now tried out the new niceic online certification over the past two weeks, I feel as though we are being used as ginnipigs to trial the system as there seems to be a lot of glitches that we are coming across that the helpline don't have answers for. We have spent a...
I am looking at various testing certificate packages - PIRform, Castlime, Amtech and iCertifi. I am beginning to err iCertifi but would appreciate any feedback on any of the packages pro's and cons.
Thx in advance.
I'm trying to gather evidence of good practice by large social housing providers in using the likes of Amtech etc for recording either void tests or EICRs .
So if anyone knows of examples where councils, Housing associations etc are insisting on certain software or have developed their...
I've loaded the new 2013 Amtech software this week and have found that it's quite poor
on the new software they have added an extra program to the desktop, a new EICR certificate, unfortunatley though several of the time saving short cuts and extras are missing, i.e, there is no "fill all...
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