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PostPosted: Mon Aug 27, 2018 12:52 pm 
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Hello all...just bought a Triton TWX7CS001 to build into a workbench, so won't have the Triton work centre table to power it up to.

I have bought another NVR switch like I used here http://www.ultimatehandyman.co.uk/forum1/help-please-fitting-nvr-switch-t89332-15.html but I'm not sure how to wire this up. The saw comes with a C19 kettle type plug I believe.

The most I can work out, but please confirm, is that the earth from the lead into the saw joins to the earth from the mains lead, which I can do using a Wago connector. But after that, I'm lost as to where the brown and blue go from the saw and the brown and blue from the mains lead go into the switch.

Any advice welcome, as you all helped me sort out my DeWalt last time :)

Thanks

I will have:

http://www.tritontools.com/en-GB/Produc ... /TWX7CS001
and
https://www.axminster.co.uk/kedu-kjd17b ... 1ph-102532


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Answering my own question having done some more research, is this correct?


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But i do know your switch has numbers on it,

13 & 23 are in
14 & 24 are out

I would have 13 & 14 as live

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Thanks SE, so the opposite of what I have?

And the earth direct to the earth of the mains joined by a Wago will be ok?


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