If you were to fill a large consumer unit with RCBOs, it looks to me
like you'd have trouble fitting all the wires in, let alone connect
the final circuits. Is there a knack to dealing with all the wiggly
blue wires, or a best practice? Alternatively is there a make of CU
that has more room inside?
firstname.lastname@example.org coughed up some electrons that declared:
I'm in the process of ordering a Hager industrial Type A metal board (like
But the 20way version
It claims to be roomy. It's not an ugly board, but it's not very subtle
either - mine's getting a wiring cupboard built around it anyway.
I'll have mine in a couple of weeks - I can take photos if you can wait that
I liked the way that example had a box before the CU which reduced the
number of wires in the CU. Wd that be OK in a domestic installation so
long as there is (as in your example) no gap between the 2 boxes (and of
course the singles are rated to cope)?
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