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i=p/u

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the cable feeding my cu looks like it is all in one, with one 10mm line , 6 x 15mm neutral and 4 x 4mm cpc,

now it seems like it aint a complete cable but i bet you it would of been awkward to fill the sheath like this...

anything to say knowledgable souls..

if i can find camera lead il upload in a min
 

telectrix

Scouser and Proud of It
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can't wait for the pic.
 
K

Knobhead

It’s split concentric. Whoever made it off wants shooting, it’s a mess!

Some heat shrink and it can make a nice job.
 
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alarm man

it looks a cheap cable tbh,never seen it installed,swa for 5ww springs to mind,
 

i=p/u

Electrician's Arms
would that be a code in a periodic inspection as doesnt have any mechanical protection, i,e single not in conduit/trunking or the likes of containment
 
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Guest123

Bit of a cacky termination TBH.

The other consideration with split-con is that it must be treated in the same way as T&E when it comes to additional protection & RCD's etc.
 

i=p/u

Electrician's Arms
well theres no rcd on the supply side of this , mind you probably been in 20 years if not olonger

i was thinking as it over 3m it would require rcd protection... but suppose installed to differnt edition
 
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