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  1. Lc1
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    Lc1 Active EF Member

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    I have been given the preliminary design of the small power system for an industrial complex. The design states that a switched fused connection unit should be on its own circuit , would this not normally be part of the ring main? Has anybody seen this before ?
     
  2. Rocboni
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    Rocboni Trainee Access

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    Depends on what load is on the switch fuse, it's a good idea to have them on here own to prevent loading up the ring, especially in a industrial complex where the ring may be getting used extensively for power tools ect. There are many reasons to put the switch fuse in its own circuit.
     
  3. snowhead
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    snowhead Trusted Advisor

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    If that's what the designer/ customer wants, that's what you need to quote for.

    The Commercial buildings I work on have many dedicate single SFU circuits.
    It's not unusual at all.
     
  4. westward10
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    westward10 In echoed steps I walk across an empty dream. Electrician's Arms

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    Can be part of ring or on their own radial, doesn't matter.
     
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