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I am installing a Pyronix Euro 46 V10 Hybrid Alarm Panel. I want to use wired ceiling pir detectors with it. Pyronix do a flush mounted one, however I am looking for a recessed ceiling pir detector to install. Does anyone know of any I can use.
hi all, was wondering if anyone has used a corner mount floodlight so i can light up 2 areas opposite from each other from the same pir, i know you can install it all separate from each other but want to know if there is a all in one fitting for this, i have saw lights that may work but the are...
Forgive me if this is a dumb idiot question, but I'm not a sparky and I have a need to know.
My wife and I are in a 15th Century cottage and most of the electrics is the original wiring from when electricity came to the village in the early '50s - lead covered stuff for the most part. We had a...
I have an outdoor CCTV camera that requires 12v DC to be supplied to it. To keep things neat, I've thought about mounting a DC power jack onto a blanking plate on the inside wall that the socket end of a 12v DC power supply can then plug into.
Is the above a good idea, or are there better ways...
I am after a bit of advice on sourcing a 24volt 70watt DC power supply for a public accessible defibrillator.
Do you think either of these would be suitable;
This question was asked some years ago on this forum but the link to the supplier is no longer active.
I am looking for a Wall Mounted 13 amp double socket that could be mounted on a narrow kitchen upstand that would normally not allow the use of moulded plugs.
as i see it there are three...
Good morning all.
I'm looking for a suitable solution to this problem.
I am installing a heating system in a property which is to be controlled zonally via the Honeywell evohome
Problem is that the relays for the evohome can only handle 5a maximum and one of the heaters is 1400w - almost 6a...
Hi everyone I'm New here.
I need to add a a couple of 12V ACC plugs into my ute via a 4 pin micro relay.
It will be switched via the key so the plugs turn off as pernormal with the key.
BUT, I was wanting to mount a SPDT (Single Pole, Double Throw) switch into the circuit somewhere so I can turn...
Hi Guys, I'm new to the forum and just wanted to say hello and if I may, ask for any help and advice as it would be really appreciated. I'm aware that the latest electrical regulations state that circuits within a bathroom/shower room/en-suite, need to have RCD Protection. However, where would...
HI solar folk and sparks:
i have a residential ground mount solar PV installation to do;
Any one with previous experience on this?
The question pertains specifically to mount the inverter.
- I am hesitant to mount the inverter externally without being in an enclosure, even though IP65 or IP66...
Just looked at a job in a 90 year old building - the customer wants a number of additional sockets, the only existing socket is surface mounted with the T&E chased into the wall. The room full of bookshelves all walls from the floor to the ceiling. I explained that to chase the walls etc...
We have just commissioned a 10kWp ground mount system today and our customer is worried about theft. It is a rural location and although it is feeding the house it is in a location where it is quite hidden.
Is there a system out there to protect ground mount systems or does anyone have a...
Whats the current thinking on this?
In older properties is it wiser to place the CU on wooden board or is it ok straight onto an unplastered wall, the wall is dry! internal.
Sorry im a newbie!
Any thoughts or pointers
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