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Topic Title: Current Carrying Capacity for 90deg XLPE ref method 100
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Created On: 02 October 2017 04:39 PM
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 Current Carrying Capacity for 90deg XLPE ref method 100   - synapse - 02 October 2017 04:39 PM  
 Current Carrying Capacity for 90deg XLPE ref method 100   - AJJewsbury - 02 October 2017 05:07 PM  
 Current Carrying Capacity for 90deg XLPE ref method 100   - weirdbeard - 02 October 2017 05:57 PM  
 Current Carrying Capacity for 90deg XLPE ref method 100   - mapj1 - 02 October 2017 07:27 PM  
 Current Carrying Capacity for 90deg XLPE ref method 100   - synapse - 05 October 2017 10:30 PM  
 Current Carrying Capacity for 90deg XLPE ref method 100   - ArduinoXR - 06 October 2017 01:22 PM  
 Current Carrying Capacity for 90deg XLPE ref method 100   - leckie - 06 October 2017 05:23 PM  
 Current Carrying Capacity for 90deg XLPE ref method 100   - OlympusMons - 06 October 2017 07:37 PM  
 Current Carrying Capacity for 90deg XLPE ref method 100   - Alcomax - 06 October 2017 08:45 PM  
 Current Carrying Capacity for 90deg XLPE ref method 100   - leckie - 06 October 2017 09:07 PM  
 Current Carrying Capacity for 90deg XLPE ref method 100   - AJJewsbury - 07 October 2017 08:21 AM  
 Current Carrying Capacity for 90deg XLPE ref method 100   - OlympusMons - 07 October 2017 10:52 AM  
 Current Carrying Capacity for 90deg XLPE ref method 100   - AJJewsbury - 08 October 2017 09:49 AM  
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leckie

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Yes, I suppose we really should wire lighting circuits in 2.5mm
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