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  1. duffsparky

    duffsparky EF Member

    Hi All, I just want to check if there are any restrictions or special requirements, other than adequate RCD protection, when converting a domestic PME(TNCS) installation to TT? The convertion will either be to the whole installatioin or to just part of it. The reason for the alteration is the customer wants to restart his amateur radio hobby. I've found part of an article, see here ->
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