For more than 30 years, students and practising electricians have relied on John Whitfield to guide them through the complexities of the Wiring Regulations. Unlike other publications, it does not assume that readers are fully conversant with electrical theory. It assumes just a basic knowledge and introduces technical matter with brief easy-to-understand explanations. His Guide is a recognised brand, has consistently been a bestseller and regarded as THE guide to the Wiring Regulations. This 4th Edition covers Amendment 3:2015, regarded as apotentially life-savinga, which comes into effect July 2015. As in earlier editions, all useful relevant details derived from other IET publications such as Guidance Notes, Wiring Matters, which might otherwise be overlooked by electricians, are included. Importantly the Guide also benefits from the most up-to-date, hands-on expertise provided by the co-author, Andrew Hay-Ellis, whose credentials are second-to-none. He is an established author of vocational electrical books and, amongst other functions, is a Chief Examiner at City a Guilds.The neutral conductor need not be broken except for: 1 the main switch in installations, both single-phase and ... earthing connection is present. combined earth and neutral (PEN) Installation installation Installation L1L2L3E but P N E L1L2 L3anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Electrician's Guide to the 17th Edition of the IET Wiring Regulations BS 7671:2008 incorporating Amendment 3:2015 and Part P of the Building Regulations|
|Author||:||John Whitfield, Andrew Hay-Ellis|
|Publisher||:||EPA Press - 2015-07-20|