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  1. M

    Bathroom lighting - leds help <3

    somethings i have not done and i have not done 12v lights on a transformer o.o. sadly i have finished college "level 3 2365 and all the learning i am doing is by my self until i can find someone to take me on as an electricians mate sorry if im a bit wrong im making sure i do things correctly of...
  2. Hawk

    MR16 LED's

    Hi, I was in the wholesalers last week and was getting MR16's to use as a demo for a client. I was going to get the driver to go with them, however the sales rep said that you can directly replace the current halogens with the LED's. I did as he said and they seem to work fine. I thought that...
  3. M

    110v 16A power outlets

    I got sent to a job today to move a 110v to above a newly buitl workbench which has is going to have 2 mitre saws when i got the there where 10 * 16A(5 doubles but each outlet has its own feed) outlets from 1* 5kw fixed transformer with only 2 legs coming directly from so then i thought it...
  4. K

    installing temporary 110v supply for a transformer

    hi guys could really use some help have been given task on my practical course of installing a temporary supply for a 110 tranny, i am either thinking too much or really thick at getting my head around it, i thought seeing as there is a spare consumer unit in the test rig i would install a 32amp...
  5. E

    door bell for warehouse

    evening all, ive been asked to fit a bell for warehouse. I went to wholesaler and they gave me a fire alarm bell which runs on 24volts and a chunky 12 volt transfomer. I rigged it up temporarily and it didnt sound that great. Is it bettter i use a 24 volt tranny or can anyome reccomend a...
  6. L

    220v Motor 110v Plug Fitted- PLEASE HELP!!

    Hi all, am onsite plumbers are flushing out system using a 220v motor. With a 110v Commando Plug Fitted.<br><br>They are complaining about Tranny overheating! But don't wanna put a 1362 on as HSE Training has&nbsp;convinced&nbsp;them 110v not RCD protected 1362.<br><br>Anyone fresh with motors...
  7. C

    details of transformers for bench sockets

    hi all. 1st post so go easy. i am currently doing the 2391-2 design course and have the Carters Automotive Electronics project. Part of the assignment asks for details on the bench sockets using electrical separation. I cant seem to find any info on here about how tranny would be fed from d/b...
  8. B

    doorbell wiring

    a client asks me to put on a new doorbell, he bought a new one and has taken down the old one already. i had a look, the cable is 6 core cable like telephone cable. but he doorbell only has live and neutral, does anyone know how to wire it? cheers
  9. L

    bloody door bell

    hi every one new build we done about 6 months ago, had a call to say that the door bell does ding but doesnt dong.... called in today, the chime is 8 - 16v got a 8v tranny which actually gives 10.5v. when push button is pressed the voltage drops to 7.9v but the ding just doesnt sound right...
  10. N

    Xpelair Premier Lo Volt

    Hi, I have a problem with the above bathroom fan. The tranny seems to be knackered, is it possible to just by one of these, or do I need to buy the whole kit? Cheers Nick
  11. J

    doorbell tranny

    hello all i am new on here, today i went to install an extra chime on an existing doorbell in a b&b, with the new chime connected the 2 chimes wasnt working properly, so assuming it must be the transformer wasnt up to it, i rang 2 suppliers to see if there was a higher rated tranny and both told...
  12. K

    Which 110v transformer to buy?

    Hi everybody, first post of many i hope so be nice to the newbie :D Looking at making a few purchases within the next few days. Taking the spare unemployed time i've got to invest in some tools.:) Going to be getting :- Stepladders Transformer 110v sds ( already 90% made mind up on...
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