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Old 13 December 2011, 18:32   #61
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Ireland had its highest ever wave today, 20.4m off the Donegal coast,
glad I am on the east coast......


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BBC News - Northern Ireland severe weather warning in place

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Old 14 December 2011, 03:54   #62
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I've worked it out. I'll pull the main fuse and remove the tails from fuse board and wire them to the switch. Them from the switch to the fuse board. I'll then wire a gennie plug to the other side of the switch. Two feeds in one out. I'll have a word with Jizm as I'm sure I can common up all the neutrals and leave them out of the switch

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Just about to install one of these at work, better to isolate Live AND neutral completely just to be safe. Once I've worked out how this one is going to be done you can have a copy of the schematic mate.
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Ireland had its highest ever wave today, 20.4m off the Donegal coast,
We did - lot closer to me!

Warnings to the public to stay away from exposed coastline!
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Right, this link will help Biffer and any others interested as this is the kit we are looking at installing at the moment.

http://www.santonswitchgear.com/uplo...0CB1UKB_01.pdf

The link has schematic drawings of how they work and yes, you should isolate all conductors where they come in two pole for single phase and four pole for three phase.

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Arrragh! You Jinx! They've just been sold to (Jim) Beam.
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