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Topic Title: 110V and 230V in a RCD consumer unit
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Created On: 28 September 2017 08:29 AM
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 110V and 230V in a RCD consumer unit   - chrisbell911 - 28 September 2017 08:29 AM  
 110V and 230V in a RCD consumer unit   - broadgage - 28 September 2017 10:34 AM  
 110V and 230V in a RCD consumer unit   - mapj1 - 28 September 2017 10:45 AM  
 110V and 230V in a RCD consumer unit   - sparkingchip - 28 September 2017 01:59 PM  
 110V and 230V in a RCD consumer unit   - ArduinoXR - 28 September 2017 02:05 PM  
 110V and 230V in a RCD consumer unit   - AJJewsbury - 28 September 2017 07:01 PM  
 110V and 230V in a RCD consumer unit   - ToniSM - 28 September 2017 08:58 PM  
 110V and 230V in a RCD consumer unit   - mapj1 - 28 September 2017 09:08 PM  
 110V and 230V in a RCD consumer unit   - anastasis - 29 September 2017 04:34 PM  
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chrisbell911

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Joined: 27 September 2017

Hello, I am wondering if you can have multiple voltages in a RCD consumer unit, but have found it hard to clarify.
Can you have 1 consumer unit (but split) so 1 RCCB and 2pole MCB's for 110V and another RCCB with single MCB's for 230V.
Difficult to find an answer on google?
Thanks Chris.
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