Adding a cpc


Postby I_spark » Tue Jul 24, 2007 4:01 pm

Hello,
If a lighting circuit has been installed without a cpc in the CU.
But everywhere else in every switch and light there is a cpc.
Would it be alright to add a 2.5mm cpc in the CU and runnit to any switch or light?
Because I tried it with a wonder lead and I am getting a Zs on the lights.
Thanks in advance.
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Postby BLAKEY1963 » Tue Jul 24, 2007 9:51 pm

[quote="I_spark"]Hello,
If a lighting circuit has been installed without a cpc in the CU.
But everywhere else in every switch and light there is a cpc.
Would it be alright to add a 2.5mm cpc in the CU and runnit to any switch or light?
Because I tried it with a wonder lead and I am getting a Zs on the lights.
Thanks in advance.[/quote]

I SPARK
IS YOUR ZS READING WITHIN DISCONNECTION TIMES
OF YOUR PROTECTIVE DEVICE, PAGES 45 - 48 OF BS7671.?

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Postby I_spark » Tue Jul 24, 2007 11:19 pm

yes
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Postby BLAKEY1963 » Wed Jul 25, 2007 8:33 pm

[quote="I_spark"]yes[/quote]

ISPARK
LOOK AT THE DIAGRAM OF DOC S PROJECTS AND STUDY
THE 3 CEILING ROSES AS IF THEY R YOUR LIGHTING CIRCUIT.
IF AS IN THE DIAGRAM YOUR LAST LIGHTING POINT IS NUMBER
3 FOR EXAMPLE , THEN YOU TRACE BACK FROM LAST LIGHT
BELLING THE EARTH AT EACH LIGHT UNTILL YOU LOCATE NO EARTH RETURN TO THE CU. AT THIS POINT U RUN 2.5 EARTH BACK TO
CU. OBVIOUSLY IN A IDEAL SET UP U SHOULD REWIRE WITH NEW 1.5 MM2 LIGHTING CABLE TWIN BROWN AND BLUE + EARTH. BUT I AM
SURE U R AWARE OF THAT.
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