"Dave Plowman" wrote
| Owain wrote:
| > Shouldn't need one in a BESA box if one is doing 'proper' conduit
| A BESA box may have hook plates fitted for carrying a light fitting, and
| those have no terminals.
True, but they also have no cord grip, so I suppose one shouldn't really be
dropping a flex out of one to a luminaire on chain, and should use an
adjacent box with a ceiling rose or a luminaire coupler for the
| I'm pretty certain the ceramic types of ceiling rose haven't got any
| either, although it's ages since I did any conduit work.
I've never seen a ceiling rose that didn't have terminals (usually only 2
though) in my Box Of Useful Bits No Longer Compliant (along wiht my coveted
genuine ceramic Scruit(TM) wire nuts).
I'll open the door..... ;)
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