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New CPN Consumer Unit Passes the Tardis Test

Challenged to create more room for wiring within a more slimline consumer unit box Cudis designers have come up with the goods. The new 201 CPN consumer unit has significantly more room for wiring but has less depth and is no higher than the previous model.

New CPN Consumer Unit Passes the Tardis Test

With sharp styling and a choice of a plain ivory or smoked cover the new consumer unit is even more attractive to install.

"The changes are more than cosmetic," explained sales director, Mike Hankins. "Not only do we now a have metal insulated bus bar making the board more rigid, but we have lowered its position making more room for wiring, even when using RCBOs. We have also added three neutral bars so the board can be adapted for twin RCD or high integrity use. Each model is now fitted with a 100A main switch and two RCDs of 80 or 63 Amps."

The interior layout of the new box is totally flexible. Units are fully compatible with 17th Edition wiring regulations. CPN supply a full range of MCBs and RCBOs to meet all domestic and light commercial needs. "We think that the units will be attractive to wholesalers because they can now stock one box instead of two. Electricians will love it because it is so flexible and much easier to install. Householders will also appreciate the simple styling that will blend with most decors, especially in newer properties where the unit will be open to view," Mike concluded.

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