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== Incoming Power ==  
 
== Incoming Power ==  
  
Where do we get our power from, what is that cable rated to?
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We have 4 supplies on 3 different phases coming to us
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* 6 Amp Lighting (P2)
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* 16 Amp Water Heater (P1)
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* 32 Amp Shower (P2)
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* 32 Amp Ring (P3)
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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. though this would require replacement of the cable.
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Potentially we could change the breaker upstairs to 40A and use a 32A breaker in our box which would remove the risk of tripping the breaker upstairs by distributed load.
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[[:File:Electrical-01.png | Draft Electrical Termination Diagram]]
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I have a JB for the wall On the first floor though no terminals as jey I also have one length og 6mm cable for to provide a power for to the consumer unit below, it is run but not connected
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== Consumer Unit ==
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We have a schnider Easy9 Distribution box in the hall next to the dirty workshop
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[[File:M2-3.JPG|400px|middle|Board and beginning of conduit]]
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== Distribution ==
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This will be done by 50mmx50mm Conduit you can see the plan for distribution below, Iain did some good work mounting the first section of trunking and Consumer unit, you can also see the board for work to be done.
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[[File:Floorplan-Conduit.png|400px|middle|Conduit]]
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=== Lighting ===
  
== Circuit Breaker Box ==
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see [[EngageSpace/Lighting|Lighting]]
Our breakers are located in a box.
 
  
Where is the box?
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The main light will be fed from a 6A Breaker, this has not bee done yet, as there is a supply form above which is seperate from out Consumer unit as yet.
  
How many breakers are there?
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=== Main Power Distributon ===
  
Do we leave room for expansion?
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We need to see what we need, I think this should be done in 2.5mm cable with a 20A breaker for each area or by requirement, we will have to consider upstream it we require more load.
  
== Ring Main ==
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=== Water Heater ===
  
How are we laying out the rings. How many do we have? Are they 1 per room?
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In bathroom and shower, can we get rid of the shower?
  
== Outlets ==  
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=== Ventilation ===
  
How are we laying out the outlets, both physically (position) and electrically (which ring).
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A Ventilation Fan and ducting
  
== Per Device Breakers ==  
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=== Heater ===
  
Are we going to have certain devices on their own?
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Supply for each room.
  
 
== Future Desires ==
 
== Future Desires ==
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Is there anything we want in the future that should be considered early on?
 
Is there anything we want in the future that should be considered early on?
  
* Kev's Testing Setup
 
 
* Current consumption monitoring
 
* Current consumption monitoring
  
 
[[Category: EngageSpace]]
 
[[Category: EngageSpace]]

Latest revision as of 14:32, 11 June 2018

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User:DocOcassi

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. though this would require replacement of the cable.

Potentially we could change the breaker upstairs to 40A and use a 32A breaker in our box which would remove the risk of tripping the breaker upstairs by distributed load.


I have a JB for the wall On the first floor though no terminals as jey I also have one length og 6mm cable for to provide a power for to the consumer unit below, it is run but not connected

Consumer Unit

We have a schnider Easy9 Distribution box in the hall next to the dirty workshop

Board and beginning of conduit

Distribution

This will be done by 50mmx50mm Conduit you can see the plan for distribution below, Iain did some good work mounting the first section of trunking and Consumer unit, you can also see the board for work to be done.

Conduit

Lighting

see Lighting

The main light will be fed from a 6A Breaker, this has not bee done yet, as there is a supply form above which is seperate from out Consumer unit as yet.

Main Power Distributon

We need to see what we need, I think this should be done in 2.5mm cable with a 20A breaker for each area or by requirement, we will have to consider upstream it we require more load.

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