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Seen on the circuit details schedule in a DB on our site, someone had inserted Zs values for the circuits as follows.
16a C type breaker as 1.44 ohms
10a C type breaker as 2.30 ohms
80a C type breaker as 0.28 ohms
I believe he’s calculated Zs by doing (in the case of 16amp c...
As I have mentioned before I have been a Free Subscriber to the IET `Wiring Matters` Magazine for many years after being given a Free subscription by the then IEE after posing a question to them.
As you will know the Magazine is now an online version and I get regular Emails...
I simply cannot decide between the 1711 and the 1731!!
I only need the functions of the 1711, but I would REALLY like the rechargeable battery function of the 1731. The difference in price (after buying the remote probe, as it comes with the 1731) is about £300 (inc VAT).
I really don't need...
Passed my level 1 operatives test today and rang the citb to get my card.
Whilst on hold the voice over stated that I cannot get my card without having employer/ giving their details?
Decided to hang up and ask here before I go off on one!
Do I need to be employed before I can get a card...
This is a MEIWC (Minor Electrical Installation Works Certificate) in the format of a PDF. You can fill out the details using any PDF reader. It is derived from the IET model forms, at: electrical.theiet.org/wiring-regulations/forms/2015-amd3-forms.cfm?type=pdf There is a copyright notice on the...
I'm. Installing new circuits into a metal db with 10mm twin and earth as the tails into the main switch, so I can only assume their is a submain but my issue is the garage it's choca and we think it's where the main fuse is, would anyone be happy to put lim in this situation with the...
How does Solar Planet get my details to ring me and offer to change my inverter over to Solaredge? I've had 2 calls from customers to say they've been offered it and now one tonight for my own system. They're buying in data from DLG and TDP Marketing but other than the MCS list no-one else...
just received tis email. looks like a scam to get your paypal details so they can rob your bank account. the giveaway is the grammar etc.
Hello Member !
This is Automatic Message Generated by System To Let you know that you have to confirm your account
your account muse be confirmed because...
received an installation cert from one of the sparks , it was for a new circuit for a washing machine he installed on an exisiting domestic CU , just want to know how much info should be included on the circuit details and results page .
Ive informed him to go back and record all the circuits...
Hi all, was wondering if anyone could tell me if it's possible to duplicate an entire EICR on the app. We have a scheme of 20 houses to do all exactly the same electrically and this would save a bit of time (worth mentioning we obviously won't be using the same values for each property, it's...
Sorry new here,
Just wondered when we fill out the Circuit Results (usually page 3) do we need to fill in all the names of the other circuits?
Could we just write
6 Basement Lighting
11 New Boiler
Or do you have to fill it all in, I am guessing if yes then it is only the...
MK SWITCH EXCHANGE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
:banghead: Is anyone else having this nightmare trying to get a payment out of the company.
They were very quick in offering a call out fee to check switch but its like getting blood out of a...
Subject testing multiple DBs with Easycert
For new 3 ph. installation
DNO – Fuses
Client HRC fused Main Switch isolator feeding
MCCB panel having 1 X MCCB main switch feeding
Integral bus bar to 27 3ph MCCBs these feed remote DBs
Page 2 SUPPLY CHARACTERISTICS = DNO...
Anyone do installations just north of Glasgow (Old Kilpatrick)?
My mum has had a quote from Solarson but I think she should at least get 3 quotes to see who offers the best deal (not necessarily the cheapest).
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