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  1. snipersmith87
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    If a circuit has a switchfuse/isolator.....Do you record that on the cert as a seperate DB??? (Obviously as switch fuse)
     
  2. buzzlightyear
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    buzzlightyear still kicking sand, before pushing up daisies . Electrician's Arms

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    what is it feeding .
     
  3. westward10
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    I only tend to enter a switch-fuse if it is a distribution circuit, is it being used to isolate equipment.
     
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  4. snipersmith87
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    Earlier I had a 3ph 32amp MCB supplying some 32amp commandos with isolators. They'd then tapped off to a 32amp fused isolator. (To supply another commando socket - I presume for local isolation)
    The feed side of this was then supplying a 2w DB supplying a socket off a 16amp MCB. I've recorded the circuit feeding the commandos and then the sub DB.
    But it got me thinking.
    Should you do a separate (DB) on the cert each time the protective device changes????
     
  5. buzzlightyear
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    is this existing ?are you doing a eicr.
     
  6. snipersmith87
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    Yes existing Buzz
     
  7. Murdoch
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    IMHO - Yes
     
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  8. snipersmith87
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    I don't quite get why they didn't just follow suit with the existing interlock sockets. Rather than putting a 32 amp switch fuse??
     
  9. buzzlightyear
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    buzzlightyear still kicking sand, before pushing up daisies . Electrician's Arms

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    I wish people would come clean when asking this forum ,it would help. its like extracting teeth out of some body .
     
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  10. snipersmith87
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    So in my scenario you would have for the 32amp switch fuse interlock??
    ???
     
  11. Murdoch
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    If I understand your description correctly!

    Could you do a sketch of the connections and upload it as a photo?
     
  12. buzzlightyear
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    buzzlightyear still kicking sand, before pushing up daisies . Electrician's Arms

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    possible sub mains ,who knows .
     
  13. snipersmith87
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    Its not a sub main. It's a fused interlock isolator supplying a 32amp commando socket directly below. A 10mm T and E has been taken out of the supply side to a 2w DB next to it. Main switch and 16amp MCB. This supplies a socket below.

    I have recorded on test sheet the circuit supplying commandos and Interlock. The sub main DB supplying socket.

    My question is should you record every time the protective device changes.
     
  14. Murdoch
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    You need to sketch this out, take a photo and upload it!
     
  15. buzzlightyear
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    when and why ?
     
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