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Re: House Rewiring (Data and Power)



Yep .... the bell-wire was a long long time ago ... but illustrates the
point about not undersizing the cable ...

Chris



Andy Laurence wrote:

> Chris Hunter <mailto:cjhunter@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> > emi/ emc - electromagnetic interference / ... compatibility ..
> >
> > we had dimmers & auto-switches which had fuses which blew
> > every time a bulb blew ... never again, threw them out five
> > years ago ... maybe things are more robust these days ... ?
>
> I'd hope so!  I'd be worried if I had to replace a fuse every time a
> bulb went.  Having said that, as long as it's just a fuse, and the box
> is easily accessible, it's hardly an issue.
>
> > separate conduits / trunking ought to be good ...
> >
> > BRE do a good leaflet on earthing ... to avoid emi, etc ...
>
> I'll look that up.  I've also just realised there's a wiring guide on
> Automated Home.  What a muppet - I didn't spot that before!
>
> > Avoiding X10 ought to be good, in every way !
> >
> > And TV, too, I would say !
>
> I'd add bell wire to that list too :-)
>
> Cheers,
> Andy
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