Supplies to fixed equipment can also still be 5s, if you can wangle it to fit a fuse and no rcd. Who would do that these days?
^not a problem 4 me mate:)
I don't think your allowed to fit a socket to a ctt. with a 5s disconnection time, usually a distribution ctt. using a fuse rather than a MCB.
I'm pretty sure that's like a "best practice" sort of thing from the OSG. No actual reg, but I would have to check. Maybe someone here will know.
The idea is the 2.5mm only carries the current needed for the plug so will not need overload protection. Fault current protection "should" be...
Is it Friday yet?
The 2.5mm cable CSA is too small for a 32a breaker. You would need to run in a bigger cable for this to work.
A 25a fuse (I assume?) is pushing...
Not done this sort of thing for ages...
2.5 = 7.41 mohm/m x 4 = 29.64
29.64 x 2 = 59.28 mohm
r1 + r2 = 0.06ohm
Because I don't do it for a living. I don't issue reports for anyone. Why would I need to indemnify myself? So I can sue myself in court?
What is this meant to mean?
I only do DIY, he is charging customers for his work. There is a major difference between the two.
But it doesn't come as any particular...
Just get a spark in. By the time you have worked it out it will have been quicker and maybe cheaper just to pay someone to do a proper job. You...
You need liability and indemnity - they are two different thing. If you don't have indemnity I would not issue any EICR's at all.
If you issue an EICR make sure your insurance covers you for it. Hopefully you did an "all RCBO" installation?
If it is then and is supplied with a FCU fitting a CU in the garage is going to be totally pointless. You need to totally re-think your design.
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