BG 63A Double Pole 230/400V 30Ma RCD
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Balance your electrical current with this 63A residual current device (RCD). It will disconnect the circuit whenever it detects a potentially dangerous unbalanced connection. It has double pole.
- Guarantee - 10 years
- Fixings supplied
Features and Benefits
- Double Pole
- Type AC
- 35mm² Terminal Capacity
- Positive Contact Status Indication
- Device capable of being locked on or off
|Standard||EN / IEC 61008-1|
|Number of poles||Double pole|
|RCD split load (30mA)||Split load configuration|
|Switch type||On/Off switch|
Help & Advice
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There are some tell-tale signs that your system is out of date and unsafe to work on (old-style rubber-sheathed cable, for example). But even if you live in a modern house with an electrical system that's been professionally checked and approved in the past ten years, things can still go wrong. So make sure it's safe before you begin work.
If you're in any doubt, get it checked by a qualified electrician.
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