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RCD TYPES #215491
05/18/15 11:18 AM
05/18/15 11:18 AM
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annemarie1  Offline OP
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Can anyone tell me if MEM RCDd as installed in consumer units are electronic type or just purely electro mechanical the RCD I'm thinking of are MEM T ones

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Re: RCD TYPES [Re: annemarie1] #215512
05/23/15 09:02 PM
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Annmarie,
Are you reffering to the standard 30mA sub-circuit RCD's or the 100mA Selective types used as Main switches, that protect the whole installation?

Re: RCD TYPES [Re: annemarie1] #215517
05/24/15 01:53 PM
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I mean the 30 mA ones for individual circuits


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