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6 comments:

  1. sir what are the meaning of 80 ATP MCCB

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  2. it was amazing I really appreciate you thanks a lot

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  3. I am interested in hiring you to do some electrical circuit drawings. Please contact me. Thank you!
    Keith
    socalnative@hughes.net

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  4. I'm still trying to contact Sikandar Haidar to see if he is interested in drawing schematics or prints of some of the systems I have installed controling my water well, gate controls, irrigation (sprinkler) controls, etc. for which I will pay him well. Seeing his work I know he would be excellent for the job.. If you can put us in contact with each other I will be more than happy to compensate you for your time. Thank you!
    Keith Dillin
    socalnative@hughes.net
    Santa Clarita, CA USA
    (661) 296-3645

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  5. Hi Sikander; Just discovered your blog and find it to be very informative and useful, as I am in planning process of designing my retirement home in the Philippines. However I have a question. On your RCCB topic, it shows a single 2 pole RCCB, wired in series with multiple single pole MCB's. However if any of the downstream MCB's trip the RCCB, all of the MCB circuits will also be disconnected. Therefore, I wan to know how to wire-in several RCCB's, each supporting just a few downstream MCB sub-branches. Assume that all the RCCB's would be in parallel? Your expert guidance and advice is much appreciated.
    You can email me directly at "chewface@hotmail.com" or post your answer here, as I will continue to check it regularly. many thanks
    William

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  6. Sir asslam alaikum sir ap ne Jo rimco company ke stabilizer ke bary me video di hai us ki winding ke bary me bata sakte hai k kitne turn pe loop nikalti ha
    i plz

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