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What To Use For Led Strips & Led Spot Lights

Electrician Talk Forum Today, 03:16 AM
Hi guys i have been searching and goggling for days now. I will appreciate any help. After the search i realized best way to keep bulbs and strips going is to use pwm dimmer and also need power adapter. But after checking quite few websites for wiring diagram am confused. this is my plan and conn...
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Metal Consumer Units ?

Electrician Talk Forum Yesterday, 08:52 PM
Just looking at Reg   421.1.201  which says  ...............  Consumer units in domestic ( Household) premises have to be metal .   So , plastic ones can still be used in premises other than domestic (Household) .   I assume .  Changing one in a solicitor'...
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Introduce Yourself Yesterday, 03:25 PM
Hey guys joined this forum as I am going back to college to finish my level 3. It involves a work diary and on site visits. If anyone could tell me what short of things they look for that would be ace. Been sparking for 2 years now and still alot to learn. Any advice, tips and banter greatly appt...
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Electrical Expansion For Factory

Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Electrical Forum (Electrics) Yesterday, 11:45 AM
Hi,   The factory I work in is expanding to include some high usage machines.  I was given the following information and I was hoping someone could simplify these notes and perhaps provide a simple diagram to show the flow of electrics.   "There are currently 2 x 400A supplies comi...
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Sodium Floodlights

Electrician Talk Forum Yesterday, 09:02 AM
Hi again everyone, I was asked to go look at floodlights at the driving range of the golf club up the road, 6 of 1000w Hp sodium floods, with external control gear. 2 of them are working, 4 aren't, tried a new lamp in each of them but nothing happened, opened up the control gear box and inside is...
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