Rcd Installation & Tagging

What are RCD's
An RCD monitors the flow of electricity and is designed to immediately switch the electricity off when electricity "leaking" to earth is detected at a level harmful to a person using electrical equipment. An RCD offers a high level of personal protection from electric shock, and also reduces the risk of fire in your workplace.

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There are three types of residual current devices:

  1. Switchboard RCDs offer the most complete form of protection by monitoring the circuits from the switchboard to electrical socket outlets and appliances. Switchboard RCDs can only be installed by a licensed electrician.
  2. Power point RCDs consist of RCD protection inbuilt into a fixed socket outlet to provide protection to equipment plugged into the outlet. Power point RCDs can only be installed by a licensed electrician.
  3. Portable RCDs are plugged into a fixed socket and are suitable for monitoring appliances in high-risk areas such as workshops, outdoor areas or damp locations. They should be used where RCD protection is not already provided or is unknown.

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