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Julie.

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Arms
Must just be a substation thing then.

Petty much all HV and associated cabling (protection etc) uses the term ferrule to describe the cable marker and since it usually follows BEBS - S12 still, read out from the terminal with circuit function letter followed by phase numbers 10... 30... 50... 70... 90 91..

This would include all metering even at LV (other than direct meters - non-CT driven panels)

To me

Ferrule = cable marker
Crimp (ferrule/ring/straight) = small crimp terminal for wire ends
 

Mike Johnson

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Esteemed
Arms
The equivalent machines are £104 at Screwfix and £99.0 at Toolstation, think you may have the wrong machine in your sights.

Can you provide a link?
 

dodger421

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Supporter
The equivalent machines are £104 at Screwfix and £99.0 at Toolstation, think you may have the wrong machine in your sights.

Can you provide a link?

It’s the link above, but it’s an exclusive price to Electricfix trade customers. You need to be logged into a trade account to see the half price offer.

EDIT: I don’t work for them and have no commercial connection to Screwfix or the wider group, but here’s a screenshot of the promo on their homepage.
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stokielee

Trainee
Is the Brother PTE300VP worth getting then for 50 odd quid? There is a couple cheaper ones on screwfix too but not sure what the difference is.
 

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