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Hi guys.
Fuseboard looks fine, but all neutrals are connected at one point outside the fuseboard. That way both rcds trip on fault on any of the circuirs.How would yiu code that?
P.s. also no glanding and cables rubbing on the sharp edges of CU?
Thanks
 

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FI for the neutral conductors and RCD’s

C2’s for the lack of mechanical protection, IP rating and single insulated cables out side of an enclosure.
 
Hi guys.
Fuseboard looks fine, but all neutrals are connected at one point outside the fuseboard. That way both rcds trip on fault on any of the circuirs.How would yiu code that?
P.s. also no glanding and cables rubbing on the sharp edges of CU?
Thanks
I am surprised that they dont trip whenever anything is used, let alone a fault.
 

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