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The cables run to the first floor and should be tapable there to continue to a Consumer unit int the dirty workshop
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The cables run to the first floor and should be tapable there to continue to a Consumer unit in the dirty workshop, the 16 could be changed for a 32.
  
I have a draft distribution, we will need to prioritize what parts to tackle first.
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Potentially we could change the breaker upstairs to 40 and use a 38, breaker in out box which would remove the risk of tripping the breaker upstairs bu distributed load.
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I have a initial draft distribution setup, we will need to prioritize what parts to tackle first.
 
[[:File:Electrical-01.png | Draft Electrical Termination Diagram]]
 
[[:File:Electrical-01.png | Draft Electrical Termination Diagram]]
  

Revision as of 14:13, 13 May 2018

Distribution

Incoming Power

We have 4 supplies on 3 different phases coming to us

  • 6 Amp Lighting (P2)
  • 16 Amp Water Heater (P1)
  • 32 Amp Shower (P2)
  • 32 Amp Ring (P3)

The cables run to the first floor and should be tapable there to continue to a Consumer unit in the dirty workshop, the 16 could be changed for a 32.

Potentially we could change the breaker upstairs to 40 and use a 38, breaker in out box which would remove the risk of tripping the breaker upstairs bu distributed load.

I have a initial draft distribution setup, we will need to prioritize what parts to tackle first. Draft Electrical Termination Diagram

Circuit Breaker Box

Our breakers are located in a box.

Peter generously donated a consumer unit for us. The best place for it would be in the dirty workshop on the right as you come in the door.

See the drawing above to identify required breakers in the box, there can be expansion

TODO:

  • Identify and source breakers.

Ring Main

See drawing above for rings. O think we can get away with three one for each area.

TODO:

  • How to run cables between floors.
  • Outlets locations
  • Conduit size and location

Per Device Breakers

Test Benches

In each area have a test bench which has it's own RCBO

Water Heater

In bathroom and shower, can we get rid of the shower?

Ventilation

A Ventilation Fan and ducting

Heater

Supply for each room.

Future Desires

Is there anything we want in the future that should be considered early on?

  • Current consumption monitoring