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FatAlan

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Looking to add an additional circuit to this board. What currently available brand of RCBO’s are going to available. I suspect with the Havells shown there are already two brands mixed in? What’s the other brand with the black oval and red triangle symbol? 3744ADEE-61F5-4DD4-8D32-80BFA31840B8.jpeg
 

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Lewden
Edit: where did my edit go.
I believe Denmans also supply their own brand "Curve" of which are rebadged Lewden also.
 
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Ignoring the obvious incorrect mixing of manufacturers components, those Havells RCBOs don't look like they fit at all well, the cover looks very distorted and they seem to be in at an odd angle.
 

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It gets absolutely ridiculous with all these different types of gear.

At least, when it was fuse wire, you knew what you were getting and the connections were decent and things fitted. 🙃 even if some couldn't tell what the rating was🧐 or couldn't tell the difference between fuse wire and solder🤓
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It gets absolutely ridiculous with all these different types of gear.

At least, when it was fuse wire, you knew what you were getting and the connections were decent and things fitted. 🙃 even if some couldn't tell what the rating was🧐 or couldn't tell the difference between fuse wire and solder🤓
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If you ran out of fuse wire , you could just strip some 1mm
 

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