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This part of BS 5266 gives recommendations and guidance on the factors that need to be considered in the design of and the installation and wiring of the electrical emergency lighting
At the end of the day its ink and paper so why the ludicrous price
has anyone been and worked in Australia, i only ask this because i am part of Londons younger generation who can buy a box room of a flat for 300K, if your not a property owner your done for basically.
i only ask because i earn 50k and I find the London property market to be a scary...
Sorry for the mix up before
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Hi coming to the end of my self employed electrical business and my damn testers has got another error code..
A while ago it got error 5 - High noise.. so off it went for repair where the cost prob could of got me another set of intsruments..
So anyway, i went to finish a job off the other day...
Has anyone tried the Bosch GPL5 laser level, is it any good and how does it compare to the Dewalt DW088K/DW087K that a lot of people seem to use. They are both around the same price just wondered which would be the better buy. :confused:
Just wondering about your thoughts on whether I lost a job to a technically deficient but more expensive design.
Basically a customer has a fairly large tree due west of his roof
but has been convinced that the shading is severe so he should go for a more expensive quote using micro...
Does anyone know why contactors are more expensive than relays?
In my mind they do the same thing in fact relays do more (IE normally on/ normally off terminals) so why the difference in price IE contactors are more expensive, I don't get it.
I'm new to pv (done training, but not yet done an installation).
Can anyone recommend tools, or a supplier, who deals with sun path surveying tools (I'm wondering if an old-fashioned sextant would be a useful purchase)?
Any other advice or info would also be welcomed.
Thanks and regards to all...
I know the regs say that cables buried less than 50mm in a wall or partition need to be mechanically, or rcd protected, but if these circuits arent rcd protected what does everyone do when they extend a circuit?
Add RCBO's? or mechanically protect the added cable?
Not just for sockets...
Whilst working in a new customers house recently I came across a Distribution Board fed by the upstairs ringmain. It has 2 x 2.5 T&E's feeding it, I've checked it is on the ring by switching the ring off, disconnecting the feeds and testing for ring continuity. I am not going any further with...
Can anyone recommend a good but fairly chepar software programme for pv? I've looked at PVsyst and it's not really what I want. PV sol is expensive and looks quite complicated. What I really want is something that will produce the diagrams and monthly assumptions as well as matching all...
After news of a local van breaking near me, we are looking to step-up security in our work vans.
At the moment im taking expensive items out of the van at night and keeping them in the house. (drills, testers, etc..) pain in the ass but at the mo better safe than sorry.
as the title led flood lights, has anyone used them yet? good or bad, only uses 3 watts cheap enough to buy but i can`t be bothered stuck up a ladder to have to take it down the next day if it`s rubbish.
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