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Has anyone ever installed a fan like this before?
The issue I don't know the best way to overcome is that if I wire each bathrooms SL to the fan it will back feed and turn the lights on for both bathrooms.
The best I've come up with is 2x contactors - one SL to each input -...
I do a lot of domestic bathroom refurb's. Sometimes its as little as replacing the main luminaire.
As regards additional protection by RCD, I sought some guidance from my scheme on RCD requirement, when doing as above. And was confirmed that a like for like replacement of luminaires or...
excuse the paraphrasing .I'm trying to figure out if lighting circuits in group 1 /2 locations HAVE to be on rcd.or if it depends on...eg...unprotected cables in a metal stud wall ...or if it is in a room containing shower
710.418.104.22.168 says ..in medical locations of group 1 & group 2...WHERE...
What would you like to see on members profile pages?
They're quite generic and boring right now, we can have a few more areas for perhaps what qualifications people have, or whatever....?
Just thinking out loud.
I need to spur off a ring main to two locations a Boiler Control and Downflow heater.
Is there anything wrong with installing one 13A fused spur unit adjacent to a socket on the ring main and running both cables out the back of it to seperate fused spur units in the appropriate locations?
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