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Article archive for Doepke

Type F RCCBs from Doepke (05 December 2012)
Conventional type AC RCD’s used in most domestic installations, are not designed to detect high frequency leakage currents generated by the electronic modules used in some washing machines, vacuum cleaners, dishwashers, heating pumps and ballasts in lighting systems. read more...

Solar Inverters incorporating RCM units - Why do you need an RCD as well? (03 October 2012)
Chaz Andrews Of Doepke Explains The Function Of The Solar Inverter Rcm Unit And Separate Rcd Protection Required Under The Wiring Regulations read more...

Using RCCBs in harsh environments? (22 June 2012)
Locations such as swimming pools, agriculture, printing works, paint shops, horticultural, sewage treatment, mariners etc. produce noxious and corrosive gases which can affect the operation of electrical products – see Regulation 132.4. read more...

A guide to HVAC (10 May 2012)
Does your HVAC installation comply with Electricity at Work Regulations? read more...

Solar Power Installations – Do you know what type of RCCB to use and why? (22 September 2011)
Doepke say that the existing regulations and guidance for small PV installations have been in place for several years, however there still appears to be a lot of confusion and miss information circulating within the Industry, relating to the use of Type “A” and Type “B” RCCBs in PV installations. “Getting it wrong can be costly for the PV Installer and could potentially be life threatening for the Property Owner”. read more...
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