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Help please. Can anyone confirm whether the example on page 113 of GN3 is correct? I would have thought the correction factor would be 1.04 taken from table B.5 and not 1.2 from table A.1c as is stated. I would have thought im wrong so any explanations would be appreciated.

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Hey.

You must have a newer GN3 than me as my page 113 is loop impedance for fuses to 1361.

What is the example about?? Your correction factor is for temp is it??
 
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One is for ambient temp and the other conductor temp. One for the tutor next week. Thanks for looking though. 2391 seems hard.

Cheers mate.
 
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