Mike asks this question about the use of earth leakage circuit breakers (ELCBs) in a bungalow and whether he needs to replace them with RCDs. His question has been answered by Legrand (Theme – Regulations and Legislation):
Alastair Ramsay, sustainability manager at Legrand, discusses how, as the range of available electric vehicles (EVs) being offered by manufacturers is growing rapidly and being widely advertised, installers are in a better position to take advantage of this slow but potentially very important growth area of the electrical business:
Ideal for high traffic and public environments such as schools, colleges and hospitals, the new range has been developed with Legrand’s innovative design know-how to provide tamper-resistant security for cables and accessories with no visible screws post installation. The screwless finish also ensures a smoother edge and neater installation.
Legrand’s power distribution business has developed a custom-specified Zucchini cast resin transformer to meet stringent London Underground requirements and supplied more than 80 units which are capable of delivering almost 12,000 amps onto lines that power the trains.
Pre-configured consumer units from power management company Eaton are growing in popularity. Manufactured at Eaton’s specialist plant located in Holyhead, Anglesey, UK, the Factory Built Assemblies (FBAs) can come ready to install with all components in place and branded to the customer’s requirements, thus saving contractors valuable time on si...
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