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Hi chaps,
Just looking at new forms from niceic green pad that you fill in I have bought and noticed that under rcd operating times there is only one column, not two columns for x1 and x5. So wondering what to put in. I did hear that you only need to put x5 results in but just thought I would make sure.
Cheers in advance.
 
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Surely it depends on the type/rating of the RCD
 
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RCDs which are being used to provide additional protection really only need the 5x value recorded.
RCDs which are not being used to provide additional protection will only need the 1x value recorded.
 
Yep you put in whatever the rcd is provided for, ie fire protection, additional protection and the relevant disconnection time for the test current required
 
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