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Created On: 06 December 2012 10:45 PM
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 06 December 2012 10:45 PM
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davel81

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200a TP&N Dist Board

Posted by Dave Lincoln on Dec 5, 2012 7:04

Hi
I have a customer having a new 3PH (TT) supply put into a farm / processing complex. - 4 seperate buildings + farm house. At present he has split phase, but is upping his production facilities. Western power are putting a cabinet in central to the buildings containing 4 x 100amp 3PH heads & 1 x 200amp 3PH head. I am currently fitting out the unit to be supplied by the 200A supply and am struggling to find a 2300 distibution board with a 200a 100ma RCCB kit. I usually get involved in domestic or 100a ph stuff!! Should I be looking for something different??

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Dave
 06 December 2012 10:51 PM
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peteTLM

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Look at merlin gerin /schenider isobar 4. Every possible configuration available.

What protection is available for the submain between the supply position and the new unit that you are doing??

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 06 December 2012 11:18 PM
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I'll second that Pete - do you need an RCCB main switch - the protection will/should be back at the service position

MG Isobar 4 or NX compact with an add on earth leakage module in enclosure would give you isolation, OL and SC protection and the module will give you EF protection

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 06 December 2012 11:21 PM
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mawry

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Thirded, can't go wrong with the schneider gear. if you need it they'll have it!
 07 December 2012 07:40 PM
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jamieblatant

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hager

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 08 December 2012 04:15 PM
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Merlin or Hager. Either works for me.

I've just installed a nice 400A merlin one that is adjustable for the RCD tripping parameters for a grain store.

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 09 December 2012 07:17 PM
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Look at the Merlin with the mgi2003 incomer kit as Oms said clip the add on module in for any level of protection Over / under voltage EF ETC ETC

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