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What is radial circuit?

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In a power distribution system a radial circuit is one where the components (eg power sockets) radiate out from a central point (eg a distribution board) each wired seperately. There may be one or more components on each leg although to have more
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Except with MK sockets which have larger than required holes to comply with standard it is very hard to get 2 x 6mm cables in them. As a result in the main a radial is supplied from
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What crawling snake and girlie said - minus the bonding conductors as they don't form part of the socket outlet circuits - also verification of voltage drop as well as determining
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lan, I am not familiar with a radial, but the circuit breaker according to the National Electrical Code is determined by the conductor size. The breaker is sized to protect the conductor
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