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Re: CBUS problem, can I bounce an idea off you...
Before you do report a low voltage situation do double check your
reading somewhere else, perhaps at work, just in case the meter is
misleading. Some low cost digital ones have appalling RMS accuracy.
Also , as Nigel mentioned it's worth checking as close to your incoming
supply as possible. 196V if accurate is a surprisingly low reading,
many adjacent properties would have issues too. If the voltage were
being dropped along the line then substantial heat would be being
On the positive side though I think I have seen mention of a similar
issue with C-Bus being attributable to low mains voltage (not C-Bus
network voltage). So you may have it sussed.
On 25/09/2012 23:45, Paul Gordon wrote:
> And lo & behold... at 23:30, the unit is "alive" again,
and the reading is wobbling between 216V - 219V
> Pretty conclusive I think...
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