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ChrisElectrical88

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Somebody asked about a month ago if i had a picture of the SPD Board Hager do. Cannot seem to find the thread, anyway i have just done my first one since. Pictures attached.

Quality make of board, really solid.

I know its not the neatest, i do one cable at a time instead of all CPCs, then Ns then Ls and i hate cable ties in a board.

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Are there any ferrules on those RCD neutral tails?
 

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Looks like a really nice job. Only (very!) minor gripe would be why didn't you leave a spare 'unprotected' way on the main switch. Be useful if you come to fit an additional circuit later that wants to be on an RCBO/doesn't require RCD protection.

Oh and get some blanks fitted!
 

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Looks like a really nice job. Only (very!) minor gripe would be why didn't you leave a spare 'unprotected' way on the main switch. Be useful if you come to fit an additional circuit later that wants to be on an RCBO/doesn't require RCD protection.

Oh and get some blanks fitted!
Dont think it would be hard to just push everything over and cut those two spare bus bars on the first RCD to make way for that circuit. However with the 4 ring mains, outside lighting circuit and with diversity its weighing in at 104.8A, another circuit needed or been possible isnt likely.
 

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Dont think it would be hard to just push everything over and cut those two spare bus bars on the first RCD to make way for that circuit. However with the 4 ring mains, outside lighting circuit and with diversity its weighing in at 104.8A, another circuit needed or been possible isnt likely.
In fairness whether two or eight ring final circuits are used to supply the same load won't affect the current draw.
 
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