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Wiring A Light Switch From A Fused Spur - A few timer enthusiasts will specify fusing them at 3amp i do not think there may be any right manner of doing that without keeping manipulate of the fan unbiased of light ie:deliver to 3amp fcu > isolator > fan wiring rest room light and fan from 3amp spur might be terrible exercise there is additionally guidelines on providing cpcs at electric points and rcd protection on circuits in zones(wouldn't apply to a elv fan even though).
Many thanks for all of the help - it looks as if it is going to be tough to find a unmarried gang two pole transfer (lavatory) and a two gang two pole switch (en-suite) - they dont appear to be commonly available. So finally - when you have any ideas on wherein i might find them effortlessly it might be liked. (Im in lucan).
Mikehammer67 stated: yes despite the fact that he is prob on a refurb -might be awkward if it was easy positive would not all of us be doing it the trick is to give the quit consumer precisely what they require and follow the policies, nobody stated that there might continually be a convenient answer.
Maximum sparks prob don't bother with 3amp fcu-that simplifies the control and wirng if a timer fan requires a 3amp fcu which some do afaik -there may be prob no correct technique of wiring it while not having it managed separate to mild now not that i will think about anyhow. I'm changing ceiling mounted extractor fans (en-suite and bathroom) because they drip bloodless water on tub/shower customers when the rooms are steamed up and don't work thoroughly. (Incidentally for absolutely everyone with a similar problem - the therapy can be as simple as making sure a sufficient gap under the door to permit the vents to work well - but i used to be too some distance down the street after i noticed there were without a doubt no gaps beneath the doorways) i drilled new ~100mm wall vents - the en-suite becoming may be in area 3 so i am the use of a mains powered fan with timer and humidity detector, however the rest room vent is on area 2 so i'm the use of a low voltage fan with timer for that (23w). I wasn't happy with the existing wiring because the devices have been not fused and did now not have isolation switches and used popular connectors for faucets so beginning from scratch.. My plan is to > faucet into lighting mains feed stay/neutral inside the attic using a junction field and distribute that via 1.5 t&e to 2 seperate 3amp fused spur units (one for every fan cct. (Fitting the fused gadgets inside the attic which is in part floored) > from every fused spur unit... Feed mains & impartial on 1.Five t&e to three pole fan isolation switches outfitted outside the applicable rooms above the mild switches at approximately top of door top (anticipate they may be left permanently on except there's an trouble) > faucet a feed from the light switches 'switched stay' to the three pole isolation switch 'switched stay' terminals >for the ensuite - twine the 3 isolation switch outputs directly to the mains fan extractor fan the usage of 1.5 and task is completed the usage of (no earth connections as fan unit is dual insulated) >for the toilet - cord the 3 pole isolation switch outputs to the low voltage control/transformer unit inputs (geared up in the attic) once more the usage of 1.5 t&e (no earth). Then join the two manipulate unit outputs (12v a/c 1.670ma) to the fan the use of alarm cord. My questions... > Is it ok to match the fused devices in the attic or am i breaking a regulation? (I without a doubt don't need to healthy any other unpleasant unit at the partitions outdoor each room) > can i use simply one fused spur unit to feed both ccts and if is so have to i change the 3amp fuse to some thing else? Or need to i stay with one each? > Is it ok to use unmarried cores of alarm wire (i am guessing its 22 gauge but i don't know for certain) to connect the low voltage 12v a/c 1.670ma or must i double up at the cores or use some other cable? > Am i doing anything else wrong? Any help might be greatly preferred.