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 Post subject: Testing my Circuits
PostPosted: Tue Mar 28, 2006 3:02 pm 
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:oops: I have my dad's electrical test equipment left to me, I'd like to test my house using these, but what is a good reading and what is a bad reading, I have been looking for guidance on these tests but can not find any litriture on the result's,
I want to do the insulation, continuety, rcd, earth loop impeadence
I know that the insulation should be as close to infinity as possible, but whaen testing at 500v what is the iee regulations guide line?
any help would be apreciated,
oh.. ps
the reason for me testing is to determin as to wether wee need a rewire, it all look fairly new ish, we have a 10 way split consumer unit, H did have a problem with a damp socket that I had sorted, but would like to test my home. :wink:


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