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Re: VDE 0100 to introduce AFCIs
Ok Uksparx, i'm going to let you in on the dirty little afci secret. They are no more than what your RCD's already are. AFCI technology is based on time honored toroidal coils

This is the heart of your RCD's

No matter how much electronica one places in line with a toroidal, it will all only (...)

Re: MRI LED lights dimmer control replacement - wow!
Originally Posted by andey
In a sensitive environment like a hospital or MRI suite, I would strongly recomment to swap such parts 1:1.
Somebody must have checked their usability for this environment before, maybe even wrote a risk assessment for it.
If you put in a 50$ dimmer, you take over the (...)


Re: Video: Inventor of the GFCI self-testing shocks
LOL
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