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Hi guys & ladies

Pardon my ignorance. I have recently qualified and just completed my first job. This is the one Elecsa are coming to inspect. Meters went in yesterday, so Monday is test day for 8 flats. I am using Elecsa forms, which seem condensed compared to NIC ones. But here is the question

Incoming mains to 100A fuse to Meter and then switch.
My tails to a 60947-3 Fused Isolator
Up to Consumer Unit with 100A Main Switch and 2 63A RCD's

So obviously on form, you have Primary Supply Overcurrent protective device
Then Main Switch or Circuit Breaker

I have 3 items, so do you double up in the Primary box and list both ???

And then on the main Installed Circuit Details. Would you use 2 sheets, ie 1 for each RCD, or would you list them all on 1 sheet and draw a line between them.

When I did my 2391, we did not form fill for split load.

Be gentle on me.

Thanks in advance.
 
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Guest123

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Hey Dave.

Your primary supply overcurrent protective device is the DNO fuse in their cut-out i.e BS 1361 type IIB 100A.

You only have the one board so one sheet is fine. list the circuits on your first RCD plus any spares, then Put RCD and then list the circuits on your second RCD plus any spares.

Cheers:D
 
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Spudnik

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Elecsa forms are based on the forms in 7671.

NIC ones contain columns for additional items that THEY want you to record.
 
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