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I saw this interesting device in a gewiss catalogue.Called restart.Its an rcd which resets itself after testing that there is no insulation damage to the cables.It also performs a weekly trip test on the device,without dropping power to the installation.No idea on the price.
 
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Spudnik

Got a link?

Must admit, cant see how this would work if there is a faulty appliance upstream still connected?
 
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Got a link?

Must admit, cant see how this would work if there is a faulty appliance upstream still connected?
Hi Jason6930,not exactly a link,but if you google gewiss.com and click on to their catelogue you will see the pdf for rcd restart,and some bumph about how it works.If there is still a problem it wouldn't reset,but maybe would come in handy if a blown bulb would take out an rcd.
 
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salisbury spark

Ive seen this product advertised after seeing a link on an other forum(screwfix i think). - Seems to be used a lot abroad? - good idea if house empty and freezer full of food when RCD trips. - If this is the same one it attempts to reset itself if the fault has cleared. - clever stuff (maybe to clever though)... http://www.gewiss.com/irj/portal/focusonrestart_IN
 
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Feyaz

Try a company called FROMMTEK they have the gewiss product and an auto testing restarting RCD. Autorcd.com
 
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