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How much empty space you have in your fuse box, to install additional device there, like 10cm x 10cm

  1. I have 10x10 cm empty space

    33.3%
  2. No empty space at all

    66.7%
  3. Have 5x5cm empty space

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  4. Between 5x5 and 10x10cm empty space

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  1. Jamesukl
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    Jamesukl New EF Member

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    Hi! My name is James. I am starting a company which will build a device for your fuse box. I would like to know, how much empty space you have in your fuse box, to install additional device there, like 10cm x 10cm. Also, maybe someone has any statistics of this not in UK.
    Will appreciate your help!
     
  2. FatAlan
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    FatAlan Trainee Trainee Access

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    Tell us more?
     
  3. HandySparks
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    HandySparks Forum Mentor

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    Could be a miniature oven to keep your pasty warm. :)
     
  4. LeeH
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    LeeH Electrician's Arms

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    Or pies for us lot up north.
     
  5. Pat H
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    Pat H Don't ask, get an Electrician in.

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    or maybe a small sprinkler system for the inevitable fire.
     
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  6. Pat H
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    Pat H Don't ask, get an Electrician in.

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    I'd generally say not much spare space but that's because I cable to use the space and make things easier to access.
    That said it could be possible to make space but remember the layout of the various bus bars ensures cables are pretty much going every where and with the unpredictable element of cable entry its hard to ensure there would be space.
    It maybe easier to look as an enclosure that affixes the CCU on one side/top/bottom. That would allow easy entry to the CCU.
     
  7. kingeri
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    kingeri Electrician's Arms

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    What?? What kind of device would you be thinking of?
     
  8. LeeH
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    LeeH Electrician's Arms

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    In the unlikely event it's a pie oven or sprinkler system I'm going for some sort of energy saving device that's powered by angry pixes.
     
  9. Taylortwocities
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    Taylortwocities Electrician's Arms

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    I won't even put a bell transformer inside a CU these days, let alone a foreign body. Keeping everything from one manufacturer is kinda important, I have heard.

    I agree, what is this mystery device?
     
  10. snowhead
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    snowhead Respected Member

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    The was a link to an anti force field / electron sorter-outer or something, recently.
    Wonder if it's some witchcraft like that.

    10cm x 10cm is a pretty big lump of electronics.

    I think I'd have found out how much space there is first before committing to anything.
     
  11. Pat H
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    Pat H Don't ask, get an Electrician in.

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    Maybe its an auto connection tightening device for those installs done without a torque screwdriver?
     
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  12. HandySparks
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    HandySparks Forum Mentor

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    That phrase reminds me of this bloke:
     
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  13. LeeH
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    LeeH Electrician's Arms

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    I think that's where I picked it up from. Ave is a legend.
     
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  14. Murdoch
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    Murdoch Electrician's Arms

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    Not sure if the OP can answer as he might get knobbled by the mods for advertising.


    For what its worth a space 10cm by 10cm sounds like a big waste of space
     
  15. GMES
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    GMES Hairy and proud Staff Member Admin

    On that Note, Thread closed pm sent to OP.
     
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