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|Event Name:||C&G 2382-18, 18th Edition Wiring Regulations|
|Event Time:||09:00:00 AM|
|Event Length:||3 Days|
Steve Goodchild is the Lead instructor at Positive Training, with many years of electrical experience and a calm, friendly approach to teaching.
Potentially life-saving changes are expected in BS 7671:2018 affecting new electrical installations throughout the UK. These include:
BS 7671:2018 (IET Wiring Regulations 18th Edition) publishes in July 2018.
Potentially life-saving changes are proposed making this a vital update. These changes are expected to include (but are not limited to) the following areas:
Changes to Section 722:
Section 722 (electric vehicle charging installations) provides requirements for the supplies to electric vehicles. There are a number of significant changes in Section 722 of the DPC:
Protection against electric shock:
Regulation 722.411.4.1 concerning the use of protective multiple earthing (PME) supply has changed. The exception for a dwelling if none of (i), (ii), or (iii) is reasonably practicable has been deleted. This now means that PME cannot be used unless you meet (i), or (ii), or (iii) of 722.411.4.1. As a reminder of those regulations:
• Regulation 722.411.4.1(i) refers to a situation where a connecting point is supplied from a 3-phase installation used to supply loads other than charging points and where the load is sufficiently well balanced.
• Regulation 722.411.4.1(ii) requires a very low resistance earth electrode to mitigate the effects of an open circuit PEN conductor fault on the supply.
• Regulation 722.411.4.1(iii) refers to protection by a voltage operated device. An important change is that the regulation now makes the point that this device could be included within the charging equipment. It is worth noting that this device will also require an earth electrode.
|Course Date||12th to 14th February 2019|