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bathroomboy

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Have I read this right, just swotting up for my 2382 and looking at max disconnection times, the big red book Iv'e just spent £60 on says 0.2 in table 41.1 page 46, checked osg and it's what it should be 0.4
 
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0.2s for TT me thinks, hence the need for an RCD. 0.4s for TN systems.

Scrap that I just had a look in the book. Over 230v it is 0.2 seconds. Over 400v it is 0.1s
 
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Spudnik

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TN Systems 120-230 is .4s
TT Systems 120-230 is. 2s
 
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bathroomboy

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Yes but is this a printing error in the red book?
 
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Spudnik

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I think what you may be missing here is the OSG states 'not more than'.

I must admit, the OSG does have a fair few errors in it and so now, i check 7671 just to make sure.

Personally, i would go with the BRB rather than the OSG.
 
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