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Safety Switch Installation service
Safety switches are essential for the wiring in your Sydney home. Not only are they compulsory by law, but they also dramatically increase the safety of your home and reduce residential electrocution accidents.Safety switches have been compulsory across Australia since the early 1990s; however, not all homes were upgraded to match the new laws. Electrical accidents and deaths were drastically reduced after the legislation passed, so you can see why you need to know you are protected! Call our friendly office staff today, and we can set up an inspection to ensure your home is properly protected.
Clipsal RCBE210/30S | 10AMP RCBO 1P+N
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|Brand||Clipsal by Schneider Electric|
|Range||Clipsal – Max 4|
|Rated Current (A)||10|
|IP Rating||IP20 ( IP40 Enclosed )|
|Earth Leakage Protection Class||Type A|
|Box increments (This item is sold individually)||17|
|Number of Poles||1P+N,1|
|Earth Leakage Sensitivity||30mA|
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Safety Switches FAQ
Often confused with circuit breakers, yet meant to be used in conjunction, safety switches constantly monitor the flow of power in your home. When an issue, or power leak, occurs, they snap the flow within milliseconds in order to mitigate any damage or injury.
Circuit breakers trip when the power system is overloaded; Safety switches trip when enough power leaks through to cause a hazard to humans. In other words, circuit boards protect equipment, while safety switches save lives.
You deserve to be comfortable and safe in your own home. Safety Switches help make that possible. Contact our Sydney team today to learn more about our safety switch installation services and why so many local residents trust HQ Services to protect their family.
When our clients hear the term ‘surge protectors,’ they often think of the multi-outlet power boards you can buy at just about any store. When we use the term, however, we’re referring to something much more heavy-duty: a surge protector for your whole home or office building. This protects all of your appliances, devices, and wiring in the event of a power surge.
Wired directly into your switchboard, a whole-home surge protector catches any surge before it has a chance to travel through more of your wiring, mitigating any damage.