Yes, I didn't think it was quite one socket per MCB, but it's not many
Quite unlike the UK regs which have no specific limit on number of
sockets, just a recommended maximum area to serve and a requirement to
consider what the load is likely to be.
On Saturday, 11 January 2020 16:23:03 UTC, ARW wrote:
Dans le meantime, utilisez le Google Translate sur
which appears to be the equivalent of NICEIC.
What type of Consuel compliance certificate should we use when renovating,
partially or securing a home? [security here I think means making an instal
For partial renovation or security work on accommodation, the Consuel ?
??yellow” certificate of conformity form should be used.
What type of certificate of conformity should I obtain?
It depends on the type of room:
The “Yellow” certificate of conformity is intended for all
electrical consumption installations for domestic use, in particular for re
sidential premises (new or renovated accommodation), for outbuildings of th
e accommodation (garage, veranda, barn, shed, but also swimming pool or gar
den shed) or for an outdoor electrical installation and garden lighting.
The “Green” certificate of conformity is intended for all n
on-domestic electrical consumption installations (condominiums, certain pub
lic or private organizations or even trustees): for the common parts of bui
ldings, subdivisions, Establishments open to the public (ERP) ...
The “Blue” certificate of conformity is intended for all do
mestic electricity production installations, in particular for renewable en
ergies (photovoltaic panels, wind turbines, cogeneration, etc.). In a new h
ome combining traditional electrical network and electricity production, it
is necessary to obtain a yellow Consuel certificate and a blue Consuel cer
The "purple" certificate of conformity for photovoltaic and wind energy pro
duction installations with an electrical energy storage device.
Is the Consuel conformity certificate mandatory for both new and existing?
Yes, the Consuel certificate of conformity is compulsory as soon as work is
carried out to create, modify or complete an electrical installation.
Where to get the NF C 15-100 standard?
The NF C 15-100 standard can be ordered on the AFNOR, French Association fo
r Standardization website: http://www.afnor.org/
Official de lelectricite-promote We also recommend the book "Electrical ins
tallations of new residential buildings" which brings together all the rule
s to know, recommendations and advice from the Promotelec association.
Guidance for existing buildings is here:
The NF C 15-100 appears to be the equivalent of IET Wiring Regs for new bui
On 11/01/2020 19:10, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
It's all in French :-)
(and a bit fuzzy).
Just what a sparky needs, how to wire up a TV or Phone in France.
All those MCB's, no wonder the share price of the merged
Schneider/AVEVA company has gone from about £6 in 2012 to
On Sunday, 12 January 2020 11:22:44 UTC, Andrew wrote:
I think they have rules about having a number of phone/tv/network ports included in new builds; don't know if that applies to rewires.
Sorry it's fuzzy. That'll be my old tablet and free PDF software.
Reference to a book on Amazon here in this relevent thread posted
by another 'nicy' -
Not sure if it is the one already scanned though
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