labelling for circuits with no cpcs

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TTbangbang

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This query came from reading the 'no cpcs' thread earlier.

For lighting circuits with entirely Class II accessories, or existing lighting circuits with no cpcs - How is the labelling done? What's on the label, and where is the label? [thinking of microscopic writing on a tag tied to the circuit's phase conductor!]

Thanks for any answers.

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where's the trench?! where's the trench?!

 

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You buy a label - which state the circuits (you fill in manually) and attch it to the CU casing.

NIC do them but they are dear - You can get them made via the Labelpeople. I have used them on several occasions and they are a great & cheap company.

I will find a sample of what I mean Now.

 

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You have the following type, but it is not the one that I meant in my post above...

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...I shall keep looking for it.

 

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Thanks for your help Admin :D

I can see CUs becoming like suitcases covered with labels. Or could just have one sticker saying 'Please refer to your Electrical Installation file before opening the cover', assuming such a file, filled with schedules of inspections, tests and certificates etc etc, exists. Ha ha ha ha! Guiness Drink

 
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