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hi
about to install a invicta 3 , hager 3 phase board.
the neutral on the board is on the left, yet the 4 pole time delay rcd i am going to use has the N labelled on the right hand side of the RCD, so with the copper incoming kit links it won't fit? are there Hager version rcds with neutral on the left?

any help appreciated
 
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Just been looking online and they all appear to be on the right side. Does the kit definitely not fit.
 
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here is a picture i could find. so it looks designed to be on the left because the blanks are missing on the plastic cover and the neutral in the main board is ready to screw onto the left which it doesnt look to bechangable,but still not sure why the N is on the right side of the rcd
 

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I may be wong but is there not a threaded hole on the left hand side of the neutral bar in the board to connect the link to.
 
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I may be wong but is there not a threaded hole on the left hand side of the neutral bar in the board to connect the link to.
there is a threaded hole on the right hand side you could screw a bolt into i guess, but the copper links in this arrangement are almost touching, i don't think its safe. where as it all seems to work well if it was on the left?
 
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oh, so are you supposed to run a flexible neutral from the right hand side to the left top side straight into the rcd, this lead is not provided though?
 
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