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RCBO's

Discussion in 'Electrical Forum' started by Richard, Apr 24, 2011.

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  1. Richard
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    Richard Electrician's Arms

    Morning all, and happy easter!

    Right, generally speaking, how much are you guys paying for RCBO's at the moment?

    Many thanks
     
  2. topquark
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    topquark Electricians Arms Member Forum Mentor

    Depends on the manuf, around £25-30 ATM.
     
  3. Des 56
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    Des 56 Forum Mentor

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    Depends on the manuf
    It certainly does :eek:



    I know of a outlet near me where they go for as little as £12

    I have tried one or two and there have been no issues as yet
    The big name makes with the big price tags dont mean quality any more
     
  4. BOROROBBO
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    BOROROBBO Regular EF Member

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    Middlesbrough
    you can normally pick up wylex RCBO's from ebay for around £12 + delivery BNIB

    actually you could probably pick any make of RCBO up from ebay for around that price

    wylex rcbo | eBay UK
     
  5. SPARTYKUS
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  6. DurhamSparky
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    Mem eaton |RCBO = £18 ish...!
     
  7. pennywise
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    pennywise Regular EF Member

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    London
    Hager,MK and Wylex £19
     
  8. Amp David
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    Amp David Forum Mentor

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    Do the same myself. MK CUs cheap as chips at toolstation too. Just make sure you use the main switch from ECD to then its a perfect fit!
     
  9. mogga
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    mogga Just me Electrician's Arms

    last time i had to get a hager RCBO only wholesaler with a 40a in stock where I required it FortWilliam was the three lettered ripoff merchant but still only £25 I recon the guy was having an "off day" lol
     
  10. Phil
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  11. rocker
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    Used dozens of Zahlers (the ones from Meteor) and not had a problem yet. And they fix wylex et al.
     
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  12. DurhamSparky
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    nice to know Rockstar!!

    So far got Wylex and MK covered with cheap RCBO'!!!

    need to start making a definative list to keep in my pocket for pick n mix DB's
     
  13. pennywise
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    pennywise Regular EF Member

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    London
    Europa fit hager perfectly

    Also you can make the standard 10 way17th hager boards into 16 way units the front cover has some blanks you can just knock out if you need the bigger unit. We just buy lengths of bus bar and a few of the larger neutral and earth terminals
     
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  14. Amp David
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    Amp David Forum Mentor

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    Wylex fir Hager so the Zahlers should too
     
  15. rocker
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    NSB style wylex, which I call normal wylex (the same type as was on the recall, similar in form to newlec and crabtree loadstar). Lately, though, most wylex I get hold of have a busbar connection slightly further towards the front of the breaker, closer to the schneider position but not quite as far forward.
     
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