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BS 5839-1:2017
#31
(21-04-2017, 08:47 AM)MD Martin Wrote:
(20-04-2017, 10:50 PM)Graeme Wrote: Will - does the "special tool" element still apply to the outlets? I would assume so.

MK do a SP version in white where the fuse carrier requires a two pronged tool to open - I will use them I think.

Graeme, the double pole isolator comes in white as well as red, looks very neat, made for the job, is inscribed with the text 'Fire alarm do not switch off', is priced well enough at less than £14 so what's not to like? 
I will certainly keep stocking the double pole isolator and recommend that my customers continue to use it as I believe it is the best thing for the job. 

There was a picture on here a while ago with the mains going into the panel using flex and a three pin plug, expect it to be in the recommendations at the next revision, custom and practice now so why not change the rules!

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#32
The next revision could also include using cat 6e for loop, network and ancillaries as well, I was expecting things to get better with 5839 being updated at the same time as 16763 coming out but it oooks like the industry is going backwards, are any plumbers waiting for vetting for trade area yet ?
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(21-04-2017, 03:15 PM)Garsec Wrote: The next revision could also include using cat 6e for loop, network and ancillaries as well, I was expecting things to get better with 5839 being updated at the same time as 16763 coming out but it oooks like the industry is going backwards, are any plumbers waiting for vetting for trade area yet ?

Now your just stealing my idea of using cat 6e with POE switches with all devices having a WIFI mesh network and internal battery back up kept charged by the POE all using IPv6 addressing so it basically self addresses
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#34
(21-04-2017, 07:02 PM)Will Lloyd Wrote:
(21-04-2017, 03:15 PM)Garsec Wrote: The next revision could also include using cat 6e for loop, network and ancillaries as well, I was expecting things to get better with 5839 being updated at the same time as 16763 coming out but it oooks like the industry is going backwards, are any plumbers waiting for vetting for trade area yet ?

Now your just stealing my idea of using cat 6e with POE switches with all devices having a WIFI mesh network and internal battery back up kept charged by the POE all using IPv6 addressing so it basically self addresses

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#35
Lol, anything along those lines that is better than ems
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