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BURBERRY

ST ALBANS HOUSE 57 59 HAYMARKET


LONDON SW1 4SQ

ARCHITECT:

OXFORD ARCHITECTURE
Bagley Croft, Hinksey Hill
Oxford OX1 5BS

CONSULTANT ENGINEERS:

Chris Evans Consulting


20 Capital Business Centre
22 Carlton Road
South Croydon
Surrey CR2 0BS

MAIN CONTRACTOR

Skansen Interiors Limited


Aldermary House
10-15 Queen Street
London, EC4N 1TX

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR:

PIP ELECTRICS LTD


Fenton House, Fenton Way,
Southfields Business Park,
Basildon, Essex SS15 6TD
Tel:
Fax:

MECHANICAL CONTRACTOR:

01268 541651
01268 541625

PIP BUILDING SERVICES PLC


Fenton House, Fenton Way,
Southfields Business Park,
Basildon, Essex. SS15 6TD
Tel:
Fax:

01268 541651
01268 541625

Section 1
Introduction and
Index
INSTALLATION OF ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL
SERVICES
OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
VOLUME 1

Section

Title

INTRODUCTION AND INDEX

INSTALLATION DESCRIPTION

ROUTINE MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES

HEALTH AND SAFETY STATEMENT AND PROCEDURES

MANUFACTURERS LITERATURE

COMMISSIONING AND TEST CERTIFICATES

RECORD DRAWINGS

1.1 Introduction
This manual describes the Alterations and additions to the Electrical and Mechanical
Installation at St Albans House 57-59 Haymarket, London SW1 4SQ
Works were carried out to the Tenants areas on the following floors:
Sixth Floor
Fifth Floor alterations
Fourth Floor alterations
Third Floor alterations
Second Floor alterations

The electrical works consisted of the following main elements: MAIN DISTRIBUTION
GENERAL POWER
GENERAL LIGHTING
EMERGENCY LIGHTING
LIGHTING CONTROL
MECHANICAL POWER
FIRE ALARM
EARTHING & BONDING

Section 2
Installation
Description

2.1 LIGHTING
2.1.1 Office Lighting
The lighting circuits within the main office areas, 6th East and West, 5th East, 4th East
and modifications to 3rd west and 2nd West, were rewired using 6491B cables installed
into the existing metal trunking and connected to the local lighting distribution boards
protected by 10Amp MCBs.
Lighting distribution boxes (by Flexible Connectors) were installed for the connection
to each Luminaire by a 8 way, 10 way or 12 way unit.
The luminaires were connected to the distribution boxes with either 3mtr or 5mtr lead.
The switching of the luminaires is by presence sensors 1no per unit.
The Emergency test switch facilities for all lighting except the Landlords core areas
are located in each of the Electrical riser cupboards.
Luminaires for the office were supplied by Riegens Lighting.
Specification Wave which is a shallow semi recessed direct/indirect 600x600mm
high frequency luminaire complete with a curved back reflector powder coated white.
Control gear for 2no 24W T5 lamps and semi specular aluminium double parabolic
louvre mounted in a perforated steel oval ended profiled gondola.
As detailed in the Manufacturers literature see section 5.
2.1.2 Lighting 6th Floor WCs
The existing luminaires, within the WCs, were either removed and replaced with
Aurora down lighters or cleaned and re-lamped. The existing wiring was re-used.
As detailed in the Manufacturers literature, Section 5.
See drawings in Section 7 for more details.
2.1.3 6th Floor Lift Lobby
The existing luminaires, within the lift lobbies, were removed and replaced with
Aurora down lighters to the perimeter and Tamlite compact fluorescent down lighters
along the centre. The existing wiring was re-used.
As detailed in the Manufacturers literature, Section 5.
See drawings in Section 7 for details.

2.1.4 Emergency Lighting


The emergency lighting system comprises of standard luminaires which have been
factory fitted with 3 hour maintained emergency packs.
The emergency luminaires are identified on the record drawings with a suffix E
adjacent to the luminaire.
A green LED is fitted to the underside of each emergency luminaire to indicate the
battery pack is charging.
Emergency lighting testing facility is provided via key switches located adjacent to the
Tenants Distribution boards.

2.2. GENERAL POWER AND DISTRIBUTION

2.2.1 Distribution
The existing Distribution Boards have been retained and reused. The equipment is
manufactured by Square D.
The new circuits have been connected to Miniature Circuit Breakers (MCB) or
Residual Current Circuit Breakers with Overload protection (RCBO). Technical
details can be found in the Distribution Board schedules contained in Section 6 of this
manual.

2.2.2 Office Underfloor Power


The Desk power is served by underfloor busbar, as indicated on the drawings.
Each busbar is complete with a tap off point every 300mm.
The busbar is served by a 16.0mm, 3 core, SWA cable and protected by a 32A MCB
within the Tenants Distribution Boards.
Modifications were carried out to the 6th East and West, 5th East, 4th East and parts of
3rd west and 2nd West,
2.2.3 General Power Services
Small power to the offices and meeting rooms are distributed via the raised floor.
The circuits are wired in 4.0mm, 3 core, SWA cable and protected by a 16A or 32A
MCB within the Tenants Distribution Boards.
MK Logic sockets are used as detailed in the Manufacturers literature, see section 5.
Modifications were carried out to the 6th East and West, 5th East, 4th East and parts of
3rd west and 2nd West,

2.2.4 Tea & Copy Points


New Tea points and Copy/Support points have been created with power for appliances
and for general sockets.
The circuits are supplied by multi-core steel wired armoured cables connected to the
local power distribution boards.
Under the kitchen units a power supply for the Zip taps has been installed supplied by
multi-core steel wired armoured cables connected to the local power distribution
boards.
The accessories on the glass walls are MK Edge Black as detailed in the
Manufacturers literature see section 5.
The accessories below the worktops are MK ALM as detailed in the Manufacturers
literature see section 5.
Modifications were carried out to the 6th East and West, 5th East, 4th East and parts of
3rd west and 2nd West,

2.2.5 Desk Power modules


Desk power has been supplied from the under floor busbar track with 1no Tap off lead
per 3no desks.
Electrak Rotasoc, 32A, range has been installed in the cable management under the
desk. Each group of 3 desks has 1x BS1361, 16A fuse and switched neon module with
1no 4G 13A socket module per desk.
Modifications were carried out to the 6th East and West, 5th East, 4th East and parts of
3rd west and 2nd West.

2.2.6 Data Power


Power for the Data racks has been supplied from DB CP1.
Within the floor void 2no 16A Commando type sockets have been located under
each data rack.
Modifications were carried out to the 6th East and West, 5th East, 4th East.

2.3 MECHANICAL SUPPLIES


The existing Mechanical supplies have been retained

2.4 FIRE ALARM


The existing Fire alarm system has been adapted to comply with BS5839 with an L2
level of protection.
The system consists of an existing panel located in the reception.
Modifications were carried out to the 6th East and West, 5th East, 4th East and parts of
3rd west and 2nd West.
The fire alarm system has been rewired with a sub-loop back to the riser cupboard in
each wing.
The circuits are wired in Pirelli FP200 Gold, contained on cable tray or clipped direct
to the surface.
Sounder circuits have been rewired and modified with white Roshni conventional
sounders fitted to the ceiling tiles throughout the floors.
The new fire alarm layout has been commissioned by IAT Fire Systems and all
drawings and panel literature has been updated
See drawings in Section 7 for more details.

2.5 DATA CONTAINMENT


Flexible metal conduits have been installed as required for all data cabling within the
perimeter wall and meeting rooms and offices.
MK Edge black Euro plates have been supplied for the Kitchen & Copy/Support
points.

2.6 EARTHING & BONDING


The electrical system together with all extraneous metal work has been bonded and
earthed strictly in accordance with BS7671 and the 17th edition of the IEE wiring
regulations.

2.7 TESTING AND COMMISSIONING


The new installation has been tested and certified to the latest requirements of
BS:7671.

2.8 MECHANICAL SERVICES


The works contained in this section is the alteration to the existing mechanical
ventilation, plumbing, and hot and cold water services to incorporate the new office
layout.
2.8 .1 Ventilation System
The ductwork to extract system has been modified to incorporate the changes in the
office layout. This also incorporates the new cross talk silencer within the ceiling void
between two partitioned offices near the centre core of the floor.

2.8.2 Drainage Services


We have modified the existing building drainage on the 6th floor to remove the
redundant tea station and remove the existing tea station. We have also modified the
drainage to the existing urinals in the Gentlemens toilet on the 6th Floor to
incorporate increased falls on the drainage pipework.

Section 3
Routine
Maintenance
Instructions
Introduction
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8

General
Luminaires
Emergency Luminaires
Outlets and Accessories
Sequence of routine checks
Routine Inspection Maintenance
Fault Finding Procedures
Spare Holding Policy

Introduction
3.1

General - Care should be taken to ensure that any person undertaking these tasks is
competent to do so safely and has the relevant technical knowledge and training.

3.1.1.

Only a regular and organised scheme of maintenance work, planned to cover all details of the
installations given maintenance periods, can ensure continued satisfactory operation with a
minimum liability to interruptions to supply due to equipment faults.

3.1.2.

Careful attention must be given to securing the safety of personnel and equipment while
maintenance or repair work is in progress. The Management of Health & Safety at Work
Regulations requires employers to make a suitable and sufficient assessment of the risks to
the health and safety of their employees, to which they are exposed at work Written risk
assessments and method statements may be required following consideration of all the hazards.

3.1.3.

The HSE publication Electricity at work Safe Working Practices (HSG85) gives guidance on
key elements that need to be considered when devising safe working practices, including
Permits to Work, for people who carry out work on or near electrical equipment.

3.1.4.

A planned maintenance scheme should include a system of logging wherein records are kept of
inspection, maintenance and repair on all items of plant and equipment.

3.1.5.

Switchrooms should be kept clean and the practice of using switchroom space for storage must
not be permitted.

3.1.6.

Where maintenance work is in progress a Danger notice must always be attached to any
live apparatus calling attention to the danger of approach.

3.1.7.

A caution notice must always be attached to plant or its associated control equipment
warning of possible damage to equipment, which may be occasioned by interference.

3.1.8.

Before work is commenced on any item of equipment, the supply and ancillary circuits must
be made dead and locked off.

3.1.9.

Precautions to secure the safety of personnel whilst maintenance is in progress, guidelines for
safe isolation procedures, and specific procedures for principal components of equipment
relating to the maintenance of electrical switchgear and control gear for voltages up to and
including 1 kV are contained in British Standards Code of Practice BS 6423:1983. Specific
procedures for principal components of equipment relating to the maintenance of electrical
switchgear and control gear for voltages from 1 kV to 33kv are contained in British Standards
Code of Practice BS 6626:1985.

3.1.10. The periodic routine maintenance and inspection of plant and equipment, as recommended in
the preceding sections, should be adequate to maintain the installation in a safe and serviceable
condition. The complete installation should, however, be subject to the tests stipulated in BS
7671, at between 3 and 5 yearly intervals, depending on the type of installation.
3.1.11.

Where the manufacturer recommends that specific items of plant should be subject to
inspection and/or overhaul, arrangements should be made to ensure that such
recommendations are implemented.

3.2

Luminaires

3.2.1.

The luminaires would normally require cleaning every six months. However, this varies
greatly in different premises and they should be cleaned as necessary.

3.2.2.

It is important to ensure that the glass of the E.L.V lamps in the downlighters are not touched
by bare hands or dirty material. This would cause damage to the lamp when next used. The

polished reflectors of recessed fluorescent luminaires must not be touched by bare hands or
dirty materials, as it will leave a mark.
3.2.3.
3.2.4.

Generally, the luminaires should only require dry cleaning, although the plastic diffusers of
fluorescent luminaires may be washed if required.
To maintain the light output of the luminaires and minimise unscheduled maintenance cost
due to lamp failure, the lamps should be replaced on a regular basis every two years.

3.2.5.

No other regular maintenance is required to the general-purpose luminaires, although an


inspection for faults should be made while cleaning and re-lamping.

3.3

Emergency Luminaires

3.3.1.

Cleaning and re-lamp as for general-purpose luminaires.

3.3.2

Carry out tests in accordance with BS 5266, summary listed in section 3.9

3.4

Outlets and Accessories

3.4.1.

The socket outlets, switches and accessories require no maintenance. A visual inspection
should be carried out on an annual basis for signs of overheating or damage.

3.4.2.

These items are not generally repairable and faulty items should be replaced.

3.5

Sequence of routine checks: (Annually)

3.5.1.

Check that all reported defects have been rectified.

3.5.2.

Carry out visual inspection, looking for, breakages, wear/deterioration, signs of overheating,
missing parts (covers, screws), accessibility of switchgear, doors of enclosures secure,
adequate labelling and loose fixings.

3.5.3.

Carry out operational checks on switchgear (where reasonable), equipment switches including
RCD test buttons.

3.6 Routine
Maintenance
inspection

Daily

Emergency Luminaires

Check that all lamps within


maintained luminaires are lit. Check
that all equipment and indicator
lamps are operating as normal.
Check that all faults recorded in
Logbook have been attended and
actions noted.

Outlets &
Accessories

Service
Contactors

Luminaires

(Fully detailed in BS 5266, section 12)

Weekly

Visual check
to see all
lamps are in
working
order

Monthly

Check that defects recorded in the


Logbook have been corrected. Clean
the exterior of the luminaires and exit
signs. Check correct operation of
luminaires and internally illuminated
signs by operating test facility.
Check correct operation of engine
driven generators and carry out
manufacturers recommended
maintenance. Following the test
period check fuel tanks, oil and
coolant levels and top up as
necessary. Check level of electrolyte
in batteries of central battery
systems and generator starter
batteries. Check all indicator lamps
are functioning. Record data in
Logbook. (All as detailed in BS 5266,
section 12)

Three
Months

3.6 Routine
Maintenanc
e inspection

Emergency Luminaires

Fire Alarm

(Fully detailed in BS 5266, section 12)

(Fully detailed in BS 5839, section 6)

Six
Months

Carry out 15 min or one hour


emergency lighting discharge test
by operation of the test facility.
(Applicable to one hour or three
hour rated units respectively)
All lamps should be
checked/replaced and diffusers
cleaned. (All as detailed in BS
5266, section 12)

Twelve
Months

For self-contained luminaires with


sealed lead acid batteries, after the
first three-yearly test the threeyearly test should be carried out
annually. (All as detailed in BS
5266, section 12)

Threeyearly

Carry out full 3-hour emergency


lighting discharge test by operation
of the test facility. All lamps should
be checked/replaced and diffusers
cleaned. (All as detailed in BS
5266, section 12)

Five
Yearly

All monthly and three monthly checks


plus all detectors are to be checked for
correct operation and cleaned if
necessary. Visually inspect that all
cables, fixings, equipment etc. are
secure, undamaged and adequately
protected. A certificate of testing should
be completed.

Luminaires

Distribution
Boards

Sub
Distribution
Boards

Outlets &
Accessories

Service
Contactors

Visual check
to see if
cleaning of
diffuser is
required

Clean all
diffusers

A visual
inspection
should be
carried out
for signs of
overheating
or damage

A visual
inspection
should be
carried out
for signs of
overheating
or damage

Clean and
check all
connections
for
overheating

Carry out a complete test and inspection of the electrical installation as


recommended by BS 7671
Premises: Industrial, cinemas, leisure complexes (except swimming pools (1
year)), places of public entertainment, theatres.

Carry out a complete test and inspection of the electrical installation as


recommended by BS 7671.
Premises: Educational establishments, hospitals, offices, shops, laboratories,
churches, restaurants and hotels, public houses, village halls and community
centres.
Carry out a complete test and inspection of the electrical installation as
recommended by BS 7671.
For other special installations not listed above check NICEIC guidance.

3.7

Fault Finding Procedures

A suitably qualified person should carry out all inspections and repairs.

All test equipment and testing procedures shall comply with HSE Guidance notes GS38.

All test equipment and associated leads/probes shall be checked/tested before being used.

All reported faults should be investigated, prior to any other consideration, for recent events in an effort
to link the problem with the cause.

The following guidance may assist in identifying the source of the fault. A qualified electrician must
carry out all tests and repairs.
Tripping of a sub-circuit MCB
1 - Inspect the circuit for faults. Turn off all switches and remove plugs

2 - Turn on the MCB

3 - If the MCB will not hold in, the circuit must be tested and the fault located before moving to step 4.

4 - Turn on the MCB

5 - If the MCB stays on replace each plug, after testing the equipment connected to it, and turn on each switch

6 - If the MCB trips off when a switch is operated, the equipment must be tested and the fault rectified.

7 - If the MCB trips off repeatedly the total connected load should be checked to ensure it is not overloaded.

8 - If the MCB is not overloaded an intermittent fault must be suspected and the circuit tested

9 - If no fault can be found then a faulty MCB may be the cause and it should be replaced.

Lighting Circuit Tube not illuminated, no strike or glow from ends


1 MCB tripped

2 Test voltage applied to fitting trace tripped MCB

3 Faulty Starter

4 Test starter switch in a sound fitting or by using special test lead

5 Faulty tube

6 Test tube in a sound fitting

7 Open circuit

8 Test for open circuit on choke or short to earth between choke and tube.

Lighting Circuit Tube not fully illuminated, bright glow from one end of tube
1 Crossed leads in twin fitting

2 Check correct lamp holders are connected to each tube.

3 Short circuit on lamp holder lead.

4 Test for short circuit across lamp holder lead or for short circuit to earth on starter switch wiring.

Lighting Circuit Tube not striking, both ends of tube glow


1 Short circuit on starter switch or associated wiring.

2 Test starter switch in a sound fitting, if satisfactory, test switch socket and wiring for short circuit

Lighting Circuit Tube flashes on and off, fails to maintain discharge


1 Test tube in a sound fitting

2 If tube OK check starter in a sound fitting

3 If starter OK check for crossed leads in a twin fitting

4 Check correct lamp holders connected to each tube.

Low voltage Luminaires Lamps not illuminated


1 Check associated MCB

2 Test lamp in another sound fitting

3 Check power on secondary side of transformer

4 Check power on primary side of transformer

5 Check power on associated plug-in rose

3.8

SPARES HOLDING POLICY


The description as to which spares should be held on site is reached as a combination of the
technical needs of the systems and the operational needs of the building owner or client.
Technical considerations include:

Which items are most likely to fail?


How critical to the function of the electrical system is the failure?
How quickly can a replacement be obtained?
Is replacement a routine task, or a specialist task requiring preparation, unusual
equipment or skilled contractors? (There is no point holding a spare if it cannot be fitted
quickly).
Do any spare parts present fire or other health risk?

Client considerations include:

What budget should be made for spares?


How much storage space can be allocated?
What sort of breakdowns could have serious implications on the business conducted
within the building?
Is a planned maintenance routine being carried out to detect items, which may be close
to failing?

As the answers to any of the above questions may change in the light of experience, spares
policy should be under constant review. If some of the initially recommended consumables
remain untouched for many months then recommended stock level should be reduced.
Similarly, any item which is continually depleted should be allocated a higher stock level.
Whatever items and stock levels are held, a clear system of recording spares ordering and
usage should be initiated and kept up to date. This should include details of where spares are
ordered from, the price paid, the delivery time and the dates. Recording of spares usage
should include the item, the date and some details of the repair carried out. This can help
identify recurring faults and should be done along with routine maintenance and small repair
record keeping.
The continual review of spare policy should include regular checks that competitive prices
are obtained, and be based on expected usage.
Spare/replacement parts can be found by contacting the manufacturers as listed in section 5.

Section 4
Health & Safety
Statement
And
Procedures
4.0. Health & Safety Statement
4.1. Risk Assessments and Method Statements
4.2. Isolation
4.3. Remotely Controlled or Automatic Plant
4.4. Permit to Work
4.5. Warning and Safety Notices
4.6. Treatment for Electric Shock
4.7. Identification Labels
4.8. Lighting
4.9. Portable Tools and Hand Lamps
4.10. Plant Rooms
4.11. Keys
4.12. Environmental Issues - for disposal of waste electrical and electronic equipment
4.13. Schedule of Disposable Items

4.0

Health & Safety Statement

Any maintenance activities carried out in the premises are to be carried out with the
Electricity at Work Regulations 1989, as published by the HSE.
It is the responsibility of the Premises Manager or Duty Holder to ensure that the
persons engaged to carry out works on electrical systems or equipment is sufficiently
qualified and trained to do so.
Permits should be issued as determined by the Premises Manager or Duty Holder for
work to live equipment, isolations of electrical services and access to restricted areas.
Logbooks should be maintained for recording testing, reports, maintenance, faults and
service/replacement of equipment such as Generators, UPS Systems, Emergency
Lighting and fire alarm systems, as detailed in the appropriate British Standards and
H.S.E. Guidelines.
At all times, the provisions of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, should be
observed. This section draws attention to certain aspects of Health & Safety which are
particularly relevant with regard to the operation and maintenance of the Electrical
Installation.
4.1. Risk Assessments and Method Statements
4.1.1. The Management of Health & Safety at Work Regulations requires
employers to make a suitable and sufficient assessment of the risks to the
health and safety of their employees, to which they are exposed at work
Written risk assessments and method statements may be required following
consideration of all the hazards.
4.2 Isolation
4.2.1. If any item of equipment is isolated electrically, there will be a reason; it
may be because of a fault or because work is in progress. Therefore, always
check before re-instating power to an isolated panel or item of equipment.
4.2.2. Circuits should be locked off, fuses removed where applicable and held
by electrician for duration of work. Circuits must be tested and certified dead
prior to commencing work. Warning signs should be displayed.
4.3 Remotely Controlled or Automatic Plant
4.3.1. Caution - Do not put hands or objects on any item of stationary, rotating
machinery as the equipment may start automatically and cause injury or
damage.

4.4 Permit to Work


4.4.1. A Permit to Work system must be adopted to protect personnel and
satisfy the requirements of the present legislation.
4.4.2.

The Permit to Work system should address the following:

4.4.3. It should give authority to maintenance staff to commence inspection of


plant, or work on plant.
4.4.4.

It should provide an explanation, in outline, of the approach required to


carry out the work in a way that no personnel or plant hazard is created in
the working environment.

4.4.5. The system should be devised so that maintenance may be carried out
safely and that starting up or running of plant present no environmental
hazard.
4.4.6.It should ensure co-ordination of staff requirements in relation to
maintenance procedures and operations to eliminate exposure of the
workforce to any hazard.
4.4.7 . Correct shutting down of system must be observed and no electrical
work on equipment, where removal of guards or housings has taken place,
must be undertaken without satisfactory clearance that the plant is now safe
for work to proceed.
4.4.8. Members of the maintenance staff must only carry out work within their
discipline and job description.
4.4.9. Where it is necessary to provide staging, scaffolding, towers and ladders
to examine or carry out replacement to components then these must comply
in all respects with the latest legislation.
4.4.10. All safety procedures are to be observed when using replacement
products. All electric circuit diagrams and manufacturers spares lists must be
checked against the existing equipment to confirm that it is the correct
arrangement or equipment for the specific application.
4.4.11. Any item used must comply with the correct British Standard
specification and where tests are carried out on these, they must be in
compliance with relevant British Standard Specification and codes of
practice.
4.4.12. Starting up of all plant must be acted upon in conjunction with plant
manufacturers commissioning and starting up manuals, so that the correct
setting of switches, valves and their sequence of operations is correct on each
individual piece of equipment.

4.5

Warning and Safety Notices


4.5.1. At all times pictorial warning and safety notices must be maintained and
properly displayed and worded to give clear instructions.
4.5.2. Notices covering First Aid and Resuscitation from electric shock must be
displayed in all plant rooms.
4.5.3. Proper fire precautions must be observed within the plant rooms and
building.
4.5.4

4.6

All fire fighting equipment must be clearly marked and available for use.

Treatment for Electric Shock


4.6.1. Recommendation is made in the Guidance on The Electricity at Work
Regulations 1989 for emergency resuscitation procedures to be displayed in
location where person may be at greater risk from electric shock.
4.6.2. The advice contained on this poster should be followed in the event of a
related incident.
4.6.3.
In order to become fully familiar with the means to be adopted for
recovery from electric shock, it is essential to practice the various actions
described above.

4.7

Identification Labels
4.7.1.

4.8

All items of plant and equipment must be suitably labelled.

Lighting
4.8.1. In all plant rooms and service areas lighting must be maintained at a high
level to enable inspections to be carried out and prevent accidents due to poor
lighting.

4.9

Portable Tools and Hand Lamps


4.9.1. Where power-operated, hand-held tools or hand lamps are used, such
items and their power supplies must conform to the regulations applying to
the use of this type of apparatus.

4.10

Plant Rooms
4.10.1 A high degree of cleanliness of both rotating machinery and static
equipment is of the utmost importance. Floors and machinery must be
protected from spilt lubricants. Loose materials, containers and papers must
not be allowed to accumulate. Switch rooms should be kept clean and the
practice of using switch room space for storage must not be permitted.

4.11

Keys
4.11.1 Access to all plant rooms and equipment contained therein must be
controlled and restricted to authorised personnel only.

4.12

Environmental Issues - for disposal of waste electrical and electronic equipment


Relevant Standards
Environmental Protection Act 1990 (duty of Care) including COPA carrier
regulation
Control of Pollution (Amendment) Act 1989
Hazardous Waste (England & Wales) Regulations 2005 (SI No. 894)
COSHH Regulation 2000 (SI 2002 No.2677)
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (Amendment) Regulations
2007(WEEE)
All businesses have a legal duty to ensure that their waste electrical and
electronic equipment is disposed of in accordance with the Waste Electrical
and Electronic Equipment (Amendment) Regulations 2007(WEEE)
.
Manufacturers of electrical and electronic equipment are required to take
back the equipment for recycle or re-use.
1. Items purchased after 13th August 2005 can be returned free of charge to the
producer.
2. Where items of EEE were purchased prior to 13th August 2005 and they are being
replaced by a new equivalent the waste product can be returned for free.
3. Where items of EEE were purchased prior to 13th August 2005 and they are not
being replaced the cost of the disposal will be the responsibility of the waste
producer. The waste producer must ensure that the waste is disposed of correctly
to a licensed facility.

4.13

Schedule of Disposable Items

4.13.1 The following consumables have been identified as requiring special


procedures for disposal. Light Bulbs - Fluorescent Tubes Batteries.
Note: Fluorescent tubes, batteries, computer monitors and TVs are classed as
hazardous waste and are subject to the Hazardous Waste Regulations. If you
produce more than 200kg of hazardous waste in a year you may need to
register your premises with the Environmental Agency.
4.13.2. Breakage of Lamps
It is not advisable to break lamps intentionally. In the event of an accidental
breakage of a lamp normal good housekeeping is required, care being
necessary to prevent injury from broken glass. Some lamps, especially
fluorescent lamps, may release powders when broken. The powder may be
contaminated with mercury and their inhalation of dust must be avoided. For
fluorescent lamps the generation and inhalation of airborne dust should be
avoided when cleaning up; for low-pressure sodium lamps avoid skin and eye
contamination with debris and prevent exposure to moisture. A disposable
dust mask can provide protection, but a disposable filtered face piece
respirator type FFPI is recommended. Double bag the waste for disposal as
hazardous waste.

Section 5
Manufacturers
Literature

DETAILS OF EQUIPMENT AND MANUFACTURERS, AND MANUFACTURERS


WARRANTY DETAILS

A)

MAINS DISTRIBUTION

B)

LUMINAIRES, EMERGENCY LUMINAIRES AND LAMPS

C)

OUTLETS AND ACCESSORIES

D)

MISCELLANEOUS

WARRANTY STATUS
A

12 months warranty from practical completion.

No warranty covered in the 12 month defects and liability period


From practical completion.

No warranty and not covered in the 12 months defects and liability


Period, goods classed as consumable items.

A)

Luminaires
ITEM

LOCATION

CATALOGUE NO.

MANUFACTURER

SPARES

WARRANTY
STATUS

TYPE A Shallow recessed


Main office floors
direct/indirect Luminaire 600x600mm
complete with curved back reflector

8246062147/UK +
LAL.0060 (X2)

Riegens Lighting Limited, 2 Elliot


Drive, Springwood Industrial Estate,
Rayne Road, Braintree, Essex CM7
2GD
Tel: 01376 333400
Fax: 01376 344108

24W T5 Lamps

TYPE AE Shallow recessed


Main office floors
direct/indirect Luminaire 600x600mm
complete with curved back reflector.
3hr Emergency Versions

8246062150/UK +
LAL.0060 (X2)

Riegens Lighting Limited, 2 Elliot


Drive, Springwood Industrial Estate,
Rayne Road, Braintree, Essex CM7
2GD
Tel: 01376 333400
Fax: 01376 344108

24W T5 Lamps

TYPE B Recessed down lighter


White

Lift Lobbies & WC

AU-DLM842W

Aurora Limited, 16 Albans Park,


Hatfield Road, St Albans,
Hertfordshire, AL4 0JJ,
Tel: 01727 836611
Fax: 01727 836622

Lamp AU-GUF4011 11W


compact fluorescent

Type C Compact Recessed down


lighter

Lift Lobbies

TPL 2503/HF

Tamlite, The Sales Centre, Park


Farm Industrial Estate, Redditch
Worcestershire, B98 0HU
T l: 01527 517777
Te
Fax: 01527 517666

Lamp 1 x 26W PL-C

Type CE Compact Recessed down


lighter

Lift Lobbies

TPL 2503/HFEM

Tamlite, The Sales Centre, Park


Farm Industrial Estate, Redditch
Worcestershire, B98 0HU
Tel: 01527 517777
Fax: 01527 517666

Lamp 1 x 26W PL-C

EMW1FRBLW8

Supalux Lighting Limited, 136


Lamp 1 x 8w T5
Communications House, 9 St John's
Street, Colchester, Essex CO2 7NN
Tel: 01376 572888
Fax:
01376 573888

Type Exit Fully Recessed blade style Main office


maintained emergency luminaire
finished in white complete with down
arrow legend

B)

Luminaires
ITEM

LOCATION

CATALOGUE NO.

MANUFACTURER

SPARES

WARRANTY
STATUS

Presence Sensors

Main floors and Mezzanine

OS2/P

Hager Limited, Hortonwood 50,


N/A
Telford, Shropshire, TF1 7FT
Tel: 0870 2402400
Fax:
0870 2400400

Flex Connectors Luminiare


connection boxes

Main floors and Mezzanine

FCB08V
FCB10V
FCB12V

Flex Connectors Limited, Unit 8, The N/A


Gate Centre, Syon Gate Way.
Brentford, Middlesex, Tw8 9DD
Tel: 02085801066
Fax: 02085801062

A) Distribution Equipment
ITEM

LOCATION

CATALOGUE NO.

MANUFACTURER

SPARES

WARRANTY
STATUS

Distribution board existing

Mezzanine, First, Second and


Third

QO120EC6
QO132EC6

SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC LTD


STAFFORD PARK 5 TELFORD
SHROPSHIRE TF3 3BL
TEL: 0870 608 8 608

N/A

Electrak Power Track

Underfloor

DA1123 = 1.2M
DA1243 = 2.4M
DA1363 = 3.6M

Electrak Ltd, Legrand.


Electric Limited, No1 Industrial
Estate, Medomsley Road, Con sett,
Co. Durham DH8 6SR
Tel 01207 503400, Fax 01207
501799

N/A

63A Track Feed Module

underfloor

DF1010

Electrak Ltd, Legrand.


Electric Limited, No1 Industrial
Estate, Medomsley Road, Con sett,
Co. Durham DH8 6SR
Tel 01207 503400, Fax 01207
501799

N/A

32A Unfused Tap Off Unit

underfloor

DA1332 = 3M
DA1532 = 5M

Electrak Ltd, Legrand.


Electric Limited, No1 Industrial
Estate, Medomsley Road, Con sett,
Co. Durham DH8 6SR
Tel 01207 503400, Fax 01207
501799

N/A

B) General Equipment
ITEM

LOCATION

CATALOGUE NO.

MANUFACTURER

SPARES

WARRANTY
STATUS

Twin 13A Socket Outlet White

Main Office Floor

MK K2747WHI

MK ELECTRIC LTD THE ARNOLD N/A


CENTRE PAYCOCKE ROAD
BASILDON ESSEX SS14 3EA TEL :
01268 563000 FAX : 01268 563563

Single 13A Socket Outlet

Main Office Floor

MK K2757WHI

MK ELECTRIC LTD THE ARNOLD N/A


CENTRE PAYCOCKE ROAD
BASILDON ESSEX SS14 3EA TEL :
01268 563000 FAX : 01268 563563

Twin 13A Socket Outlet black

Kitchen and Support Copy Points MK K14347 BLAB

MK ELECTRIC LTD THE ARNOLD N/A


CENTRE PAYCOCKE ROAD
BASILDON ESSEX SS14 3EA TEL :
01268 563000 FAX : 01268 563563

Single Switched Fused Spur

Kitchens

MK K942ALM

MK ELECTRIC LTD THE ARNOLD N/A


CENTRE PAYCOCKE ROAD
BASILDON ESSEX SS14 3EA TEL :
01268 563000 FAX : 01268 563563

Single Unswitched Fused Spur

Kitchens

K954ALM

MK ELECTRIC LTD THE ARNOLD N/A


CENTRE PAYCOCKE ROAD
BASILDON ESSEX SS14 3EA TEL :
01268 563000 FAX : 01268 563563

Emergency Key Switch

Riser Cupboards

MK K3701 + K4898EL + MK ELECTRIC LTD THE ARNOLD N/A


K4889GRN
CENTRE PAYCOCKE ROAD
BASILDON ESSEX SS14 3EA TEL :
01268 563000 FAX : 01268 563563

C) General Equipment
ITEM

LOCATION

CATALOGUE NO.

MANUFACTURER

SPARES

WARRANTY
STATUS

16A Commando Socket

First Floor Comms Room

MK K9201BLU

MK ELECTRIC LTD THE ARNOLD N/A


CENTRE PAYCOCKE ROAD
BASILDON ESSEX SS14 3EA TEL :
01268 563000 FAX : 01268 563563

Desk Modules - 32A Infeed Module


c/w 5m 32A unfused Tap off Lead

Main offices

RAB312A

Electrak Ltd, Legrand.


Electric Limited, No1 Industrial
Estate, Medomsley Road, Con sett,
Co. Durham DH8 6SR
Tel 01207 503400, Fax 01207
501799

N/A

BS1362 13A Fuse and Switch Neon


Protection module

Main offices

RAB402A

Electrak Ltd, Legrand.


Electric Limited, No1 Industrial
Estate, Medomsley Road, Con sett,
Co. Durham DH8 6SR
Tel 01207 503400, Fax 01207
501799

N/A

4Gang Socket Module

Main offices

RAB504A

Electrak Ltd, Legrand.


Electric Limited, No1 Industrial
Estate, Medomsley Road, Con sett,
C . Durham DH8 6SR
Co
Tel 01207 503400, Fax 01207
501799

N/A

2mtr 16A Flexible connections


male/female

Main offices

RAB620A

Electrak Ltd, Legrand.


Electric Limited, No1 Industrial
Estate, Medomsley Road, Con sett,
Co. Durham DH8 6SR
Tel 01207 503400, Fax 01207
501799

N/A

Wave

R EC ESSED

Wave provides an attractive lighting solution, specifically designed for use within commercial offices
and similar applications.

Semi-recessed luminaire
allows light spill onto the
ceilings and walls.
Utilises high output T5
technology.
Lighting Distribution
Direct/Indirect.
Optics
Direct: Double parabolic louvre,
satin-matt.
Indirect: Curved white back
reflector.

Protection
Class I, IP20.
Mounting/Connection
Recessed. For ceilings with
exposed T-carriers 15/24 mm.
(Type T).

How to specify

A semi-recessed twin lamp direct/indirect


luminaire, 600x600mm, sheet steel
construction, finished powder coated
special pure white to fit the specified ceiling
system. Complete with HF control gear, a
dedicated back reflector system, double
parabolic satin-matt louvres (MIRO quality)
set into a micro perforated dropped central
unit with an opal liner.
As Riegens WAVE range.

LAMPS

138

Profile

Module

600x600

597

597

45

24W

Materials and Finish


Housing, back reflector and
dropped central unit: Sheet steel,
powder coated special pure
white. Louvre in MIRO quality.
Perforated dropped central unit.
Control Gear
Watt
HF or HF Emergency 3 hour.
2x14/24W
Other options available on request.

p. 286-287

Module 600x600, exposed T15/24mm


Double parabolic louvre, satin-matt, perforated central unit

L1
597

L2
2x24W T5

W1
597

Ml / Udgaver
W2
HF
HF Emergency 3H

Wt (kg)

H1
45

Order Code

4.5

H2
8246 062 147

5.5

8246 062 150

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Aurora - Technical Datasheet

Page 1 of 1

Technical Datasheet

Product Code: AU-DLM842

Features & Applications














Full Description

Registered Community Design 390612-0001/2/3(fitting)


Registered Community Design 000973912-0003 (lamp)
UK Patent GB2426321 (fitting)
40 Lumens per Watt output allows compliance with the Building Regulations Approved
document L1A/B requiring the use of energy efficient luminaires in dwellings
Special SGU10 lampholder prevents insertion of halogen lamps
Integrated intumescent material completely seals the downlight and cut-out in the event
of a fire
Tested in 30, 60 & 90 minute fire rated ceilings
Tested to BS476 Part 21
Tested to BS EN ISO 140-3:1995 & BS EN ISO 140-6:1998 (Acoustics) confirming that
they maintain the ability for an internal or separating floor to provide sound insulation
Range of floating glass lock rings available to customise your installation & create
varied lighting effects
2 Year guarantee

Approvals

240V SGU10 ALUMINIUM ADJUSTABLE 11W LOW


ENERGY DOWNLIGHT FIRE PROTECTION

Photometric Data
Polar Curve

Beam Cone

Specifications

Light Effect

Colours

Cut Out Dia.

100 mm

SKU Code

Overall Dia

110 mm

n/a

n/a n/a

n/a

11 W

n/a

Lamp Base

SGU10

AU-DLM842MW Matt
White

Material

Aluminium

n/a n/a

n/a

11 W

n/a

SGU10

AU-DLM842PB Polished
Brass

n/a

Lamp Type
Guarantee

2 Years

n/a n/a

n/a

11 W

n/a

Adjustable

AU-DLM842PC Polished
Chrome

n/a

Positional Adjustment
Recess Depth

147 mm

n/a n/a

n/a

11 W

n/a

15 degs.

AU-DLM842SN Satin
Nickel

n/a

Horizontal Adjust
Height

147 mm

Input Voltage

240V

White

n/a

n/a n/a

n/a

11 W

n/a

Lamps Included

No

Dimmable

No

Product Weight

0.416 Kg

Aurora - Technical Datasheet

AU-DLM842W

Colour

Lumens Lux MCD Candelas Max Watts Colour Temp

Page 1 of 1

121

122
32

PULSA R 250
Features
Shallow profile

Easy to fit

Construction

To specify/order

Horizontal lamp position

Polycarbonate housing

Integral switchstart gear

Polished reflector

Low profile recessed compact downlight


as per Tamlite PULSAR 250 range,
supplied with lamp and gear

Dust resistant internal refractor

IP43 as standard with IP65 option

Low profile compact recessed downlight

DISPLAY

DIMENSIONS (mm)

Order code.

Cut out (mm)

Wgt (kg)

TPL2501

1 x 13W PL-C

185

1.34

380

205

114

TPL2502

1 x 18W PL-C

185

1.38

TPL2503

1 x 26W PL-C

185

1.46

TPL2511

2 x 13W PL-C

185

1.60

TPL2512

2 x 18W PL-C

185

1.64

TPL2513

2 x 26W PL-C

185

1.93

Lamps

Lamp type

Low profile compact recessed downlight IP65

DISPLAY

DIMENSIONS (mm)

Order code.

Cut out (mm)

Wgt (kg)

185

1.34

380

205

114

Availability

TPL2501/65

Lamps

Lamp type

1 x 13W PL-C

TPL2502/65

1 x 18W PL-C

185

1.38

TPL2503/65

1 x 26W PL-C

185

1.46

TPL2511/65

2 x 13W PL-C

185

1.60

TPL2512/65

2 x 18W PL-C

185

1.64

TPL2513/65

2 x 26W PL-C

185

1.93

A
A

Linear Fluorescent>compact downlights>wall lights>linear systems>pendants

High frequency control gear

HFD

High frequency digital


dimmable control gear

RM3

Remote 3 hour maintained


emergency gear

5 year guarantee available,


please see page 495 for
further details

Emergency self test available,


please see page 323 for
further details. Suffix code
with /AST

Vision integral lighting control


available, see page 13 for
further details

Pre-wired versions available,


please see page 491 for
further details

HF

OPTIONS

- IP65 version

architectural

architectural

B
B

Linear Fluorescent>compact downlights>wall lights>linear systems>pendants

Windsor Range

EMWIFRBLW8 M3
EMWIFRBR8 M3

DESCRIPTION
Fully recessed blade style maintained
emergency fitting finished in white,
brass, or chrome, complete with double
sided legend

Emergency Lighting

CODE

85

EMWIFRBLCH8 M3

CODE
EMWILED 15MW AD
EMWILED 15MW ARR

DESCRIPTION
Maintained dropdown blade style,
complete silver chain effect. Complete
15 LED high output lamps

EMWILED 15MW ARL


*Available with a brass or chrome trim.

CODE
EMWI LED SUS AD
EMWI LED SUS ARR

DESCRIPTION
Suspended LED fitting which can be
wall mounted or semi-recessed or
surface mounted.

EMWI LED SUS ARL

Add ADD = Arrow down to order code


Add ARL = Arrow left to order code
Add ARR = Arrow right to order code

Tel: 01376 572 888

Fax: 01376 573 888

www.supaluxlighting.com

Email: sales@supaluxlighting.com

Supa Lux
Lighting Ltd

klik
Klik occupancy sensor
specification notes

Energy Saving
Adjustable photocell optimizes energy saving by
holding lights off when ambient light conditions
are adequate.

Installation
New quad element pyro and improved Fresnel
lens provide increased sensitivity.

Programming remote controllers can be provided


to maintenance or facilities management staff to
set tamperproof time out periods, which mean
sensors can be tailored to the specific needs of
the installation.
Mounted via a 50mm cutout in the ceiling tile with
a rear retaining ring which ratchets down to
provide a secure fixing on even the thinnest tiles.

The Klik OS occupancy sensor is an energy saving development


of the already successful Klik range.
The Klik occupancy sensor responds automatically to occupancy
and ambient light levels. Using built in photocell control, lights
remain off when ambient light is sufficient even though the area is
occupied. When the ambient light falls below the required level
the lights will automatically switch on when the area is entered.
The need for costly hard wiring of switches is eliminated when
using Klik occupancy sensors.
For multi luminaire control, up to two Klik OS occupancy sensors
can be fitted to the Klik LDS lighting distribution system.

Flexibility
Separate active infra red remote controllers for
programming and manual override functions. The
lower cost manual controller can be issued to
occupants providing full manual override.

Compatibility with Klik LDS boxes allows simple


local group lighting control systems to be planned
and installed.

12

The Klik OS Occupancy Sensor, whilst providing a quick and


efficient means of lighting control, will effectively save energy and
reduce costs.

klik
Klik OS

Switching capacity 6 Amps


for all fluorescent loads.

Occupancy sensor range:


6m diameter at 2.4m high

Connections: live, neutral


and earth inputs to
occupancy sensor. Switched
live output to luminaire(s) or
Klik LDS

Occupancy time out period:


2 to 37 minutes

Materials:
All materials V0 rated

Pre-wired cord set: 3m


conductor 1.00 mm2 low
smoke zero halogen as
standard

All parts factory connected


and tested

Factory settings 20min delay


off photocell deactivated.
N.B. OSRCA programming
tool required to change
factory settings.

Residual current
consumption: 30mA @24V

description

fixing

pack
qty

cat
ref.

time adjustable
occupancy
sensor

flush

OS2/P

surface mounted

OS2/PSM

remote control on/off


switching and programmer
2 to 37 minute time out settings
light level setting

N/A

OSRCA

remote control on/off switching

N/A

OSRCB

OS2/P

OS2/PSM

OSRCA

OSRCB

13

Starter Units
The Starter Unit is at the heart of the flex7 eZeBox range and at its simplest
provides for plug-in connection of multiple luminaires controlled by a single
switch or control device. In common with all units in the eZeBox range the
type of control can be simple on/off or dimmable. If using third party control
products (i.e. switches/sensors) they will require hard wiring to the input
terminals provided, but for ease of installation we strongly recommend
selecting the appropriate control from our extensive range of plug-in control
devices. Reserve one outlet for this method.

Expanding the Starter Unit


All Starter Units have an additional inline socket at one end. Use like any
other outlet, or as the ideal connection point for plugging in further units. This
offers enormous flexibility to easily create tailored connection and control
solutions.

Use as a spare outlet, but if more outlets are required - plug in an


Expansion Unit - and utilise the existing control
OR a
Tap-off Unit - which will require independent plug-in control.

Key Features

In either case, units can plug in direct unit to unit or via a


suitable interconnecting lead.

Outlets rated 16A 230V~


Total system rating 16A

Large capacity input terminals


can accept 3x2.5mm, 2x4mm
or 1x6mm conductors

All outlets are 7-pole. Ideal for


simple on/off or for dimming
control.

End outlet - use as a spare or


to plug in additional units

All units come complete


with the unique snap on/off
single point fixing brackets

Ordering flex7 eZeBox


Starter Units
No. of outlets
(excludes end socket)
fsu 02
fsu 04
fsu 06
Schematic shows fsu04

fsu 08
fsu 10
fsu 12

www.flexconnectors.co.uk Tel:020 8580 1066

Fixing The 'eZe' Way


Fixing Using Brackets (full kit supplied with unit)

Just
'snap' in
to place

Or
'un-clip'
with a
screwdriver

Solid Surface

Fix each bracket with just a


single screw (or perfect for
nail gun fixing). If necessary
align the brackets before
'snapping' in the eZeBox

Cable Basket

Attach each bracket with a


single tie wrap (supplied) then
'snap' in the eZeBox.

Trunking

Fix each bracket with just


a single fixing (supplied). If
necessary align the brackets
before 'snapping' in the
eZeBox.

Drop Rods

Attach each bracket with a


pair of tie wraps (supplied)
then 'snap' in the eZeBox.

Fixing To Conduit Box

Fix direct to the conduit


box (screws not supplied)
and use the angle bracket
to support the free end.

www.flexconnectors.co.uk Tel:020 8580 1066

Installing an eZeBox Starter Unit

Fixing to solid surface


2x

Supplied Parts

eZeBox Starter Unit


(4 way shown)
x1

At the appropriate spacings (see


Table 1) secure each bracket to
the surface with a single screw
(not supplied).
Prior to snapping-in the eZeBox
unit, remove appropriate knockouts for cable/conduit entry.
Clip the eZeBox unit securely into
the fixing brackets.

Accessories pack
contained under lid

Fixing to cable tray / wire basket


2x

x1

x4

x2

x1

2x

x2
At the appropriate spacings (see
Table 1) secure each bracket
using tie wraps.
Prior to snapping-in the eZeBox
unit, remove appropriate knockouts for cable/conduit entry.
Clip the eZeBox unit securely into
the fixing brackets.

Current & Voltage rating : 16A, 230V AC


Knock-outs
: 20mm (x4) & 25mm (x1)

Table 1: bracket spacing guide

Fixing to trunking
2x
Bracket
removal

2x

At the appropriate spacings (see


Table 1) secure each bracket
using fixings supplied.
Prior to snapping-in the eZeBox
unit, remove appropriate knockouts for the cable/conduit entry.
Clip the eZeBox unit securely into
the fixing brackets.

Fixing to drop rods


Spacing /mm

Outlets
2 way
4 way
6 way
8 way
10 way
12 way

45
90
140
190
240
290

2x

5
10
10

AA

10
10
10

Optional Extras
If the end socket is reserved the eZeBox Starter Unit
can be expanded at any time. By connecting an:
eZeBox Expansion Unit
allows for the unit to be extended
using the existing controls.
eZeBox Tap-off Unit
allows for an additional
separately controlled
circuit.
eZeBox Adaptor Unit
For 2 circuit control packs
In-line units can be plugged in directly
unit to unit or via a suitable lead.

4x

AA

Ensure drop rods are pitched at


the appropriate spacings (see
Table 1) and secure each bracket
to a drop rod using two tie wraps
for each drop rod.
Prior to snapping-in the eZeBox
unit, remove the appropriate
knock-outs for cable/conduit entry.
Clip the eZeBox unit securely into
the fixing brackets.

Fixing to conduit box


1x

1x

Remove knock-out on base of


wiring box for cable entry.
Locate and secure the eZeBox
unit onto the conduit box, break
through the appropriate holes for
the screw, (not supplied).
Anchor other end of the eZeBox
unit, by bending and fixing the
support bracket.

Em.1
Neutral
Earth
Sw/L
D2/0V
D1/10V

Em/L

Aux/L

D2/0V

5
D1/10V

Sw/L

Earth

Neutral

Em/L

Aux/L

Link in position 1

Applicable if flex7 control


device is dimming type

Earth

Neutral

Live

R2

R1

D1/10V

Dim

D2/0V

Sw/L

Earth

R1

Neutral

Dim

Em/L

Link in position 1

Applicable if flex7 control


device is dimming type

Earth

Neutral

Live

Aux/L

Em.1

Third
party
control

Em.1

Applicable if flex7 control


device is dimming type

Earth

Neutral

Live

R2

Earth
Sw/L
D2/0V
D1/10V

E
4
5
6

Neutral

D1/10V

D2/0V

Sw/L

Earth

Neutral

Em/L

Aux/L

Em/L

Aux/L

1
2

R1

D1/10V

Dim

D2/0V

Sw/L

Earth

R1

Neutral

Dim

Em/L

Link in position 2

Applicable if flex7 control


device is dimming type

Earth

Neutral

Live

Aux/L

Link in position 2

Applicable if third party


control has dimming output

Earth

Neutral

Live

*
Third
party
control

Flex Connectors Limited, Unit 8 The Gate Centre,


Syon Gate Way, Brentford, Middlesex TW8 9DD, UK
Telephone: +44 (0) 20 8580 1066
Fax: +44 (0) 20 8580 1062
Website: www.flexconnectors.co.uk
Email: info@flexconnectors.co.uk

This product should be installed and maintained in accordance with:


BS 7671:2008 Requirements for Electrical Installations (IEE Wiring
Regulations 17th Edition.)

D1/10V

D2/0V

Sw/L

Earth

Neutral

Em/L

Aux/L

D2/0V
D1/10V

Sw/L

Earth

R1

Neutral

Dim

Em/L

Warning: 230V AC

Applicable if flex7 control


device is dimming type

Earth

Neutral

Live

Aux/L

1
2

Link in position 2

Applicable if third party


control has dimming output

Earth

Neutral

Live

Where there is no emergency circuit or the


emergency test is remote.

Leaflet number: 22/039/01_19/12/2011

eZeBox connection units have been designed and extensively tested for use with the flex 7 control range of sensors. Flex Connectors cannot guarantee compatibility with third party sensor products and cannot be held responsible for any deviance from expected
performance that may arise as a result. Flex Connectors are happy to provide support where possible to ensure compatibility and compliance with British Standards.
Caution: Wiring shown for third party control is indicative only. Refer to third party information.

Non-dimming
fnc2000/E
fnc2000/--/E

Compatible Controllers:
Dimming
fnc4000/E
fnc4000/--/E

Using a flex 7
plug-in lighting
control device with
integrated
emergency test.

Compatible Controllers:
Dimming
fnc3000
fns3000
fnc3000/-- fns3400
fnc4000
fns3400/-fnc4000/-Non-dimming
fnc1000
fns1000
fnc1000/-- fns1200
fnc2000
fns1400
fnc2000/-- fns1200/-fnv100
fns1400/--

Using a flex 7
plug-in lighting
control device.

Third
party
control

Applicable if third party


control has dimming output

Earth

Neutral

Em.1

1 2

Hard-Wired
with third party
lighting control
device.

1 2

Live

With local emergency test where non-emergency


fittings will switch OFF during an emergency test.

1 2

With local emergency test where non-emergency


fittings can remain ON during an emergency test.

1 2

eZeBox wiring
diagram

Wiring Options for the eZeBox Starter Units

1 2

Fixing Options for any stand alone eZe box unit


Fixing to a solid surface

Bracket spacing guide


Fixings supplied

2x

At the appropriate spacings (see


table) fix each bracket with a single
screw (screws not supplied).
Prior to fixing, remove appropriate
knockouts for cable entry.
Clip the box securely into the fixing
brackets.
Fixing to cable tray / wire basket
Fixings supplied
2x

Spacing
2x
Take both fixing brackets supplied
and secure them to the cable tray
using the tie wraps provided.
Prior to fixing, remove appropriate
knockouts for cable entry.
Clip the extrusion securely into the
brackets.
Fixing to drop rods
Fixings supplied
2x

AA

4x
Ensure drop rods are pitched apart
as per the appropriate spacings (see
table). Fix each bracket to its tie rod
with the 2 tie wraps as shown.
Prior to fixing, remove appropriate
knockouts for cable entry.
Clip the extrusion
securely into the brackets.

AA

Starter Units

Outlets

Spacing

2 way
4 way
6 way
8 way
10 way
12 way

40-50mm
90-100mm
140-150mm
190-200mm
240-250mm
290-300mm

Expander & Tap off


Units

Fixing to trunking
Fixings supplied
2x
2x

Secure brackets to the trunking with


the centre fixing screws.
Prior to fixing, remove appropriate
knockouts for cable entry.
Clip the extrusion securely into the
brackets.

Outlets

Spacing

2 way
4 way
6 way
8 way
10 way
12 way

10-20mm
60-70mm
110-120mm
160-170mm
210-220mm
260-270mm

Fixing to conduit box


Fixings supplied
1x
1x

starter units only

Prior to fixing, remove appropriate


knockouts for cable entry.
Drill out the required fixing holes in
the base of the unit and secure to the
conduit box.
Bend and fix bracket to anchor the
other end of the box.

Bracket
Removal

Fixing Options for adding to Existing eZe box unit


Fixing to a solid surface

Bracket spacing guide

Parts used
1x

At the appropriate spacing (see


table) fix each bracket with a single
screw (screws not supplied)
Plug the box into the existing eZe
starter box.
Clip the box securely into the
brackets.
Fixing to cable tray / wire basket
Parts used
1x

Spacing guide
1x

Using the tie wraps provided,


secure the fixing bracket to the cable
tray.
Plug the box into the existing eZe
starter box.
Clip the box securely into the
brackets.
Fixing to drop rods
Parts used
2x

Outlets

Spacing

2 way
4 way
6 way
8 way
10 way
12 way

45-55mm
95-105mm
145-155mm
195-205mm
245-255mm
295-305mm

1x
Using the tie wraps provided,
secure the fixing brackets to the
drop rods.
Plug the box into the existing eZe
starter box.
Clip the box securely into the fixing
brackets.

Bracket
Removal

Fixing to trunking
Parts used
1x

1x

At the appropriate spacing (see


table) fix the bracket to the trunking
with a single screw (screws not
supplied).
Plug the box into the existing eZe
starter box.
Clip the box securely into the
brackets.
Fixing to conduit box
Parts used

1x

1x

Plug the box into the existing eZe


starter box.
Bend and fix bracket to anchor the
other end of the box.

Flex Connectors Limited,


Unit 8, The Gate Centre, Syon Gate Way, Brentford, Middlesex TW8 9DD, UK
Website: www.flexconnectors.co.uk Email: info@flexconnectors.co.uk
Leaflet reference number: 17/314 issue 2 06/05/2011

f l e x c o n n e c t o r s

d a t a

fnc Controller

fnh Sensor head


31.3 mm

fnh200, fnh400 & fnhslave


19.5 mm

Controller

I.R.
Receiver
(fnh200/400)

LED
(fnh200/400)

101.0 mm

12.3 mm

Occupancy
sensor
(fnh200/400 &

Light cell
(fnh400 only)

40.0 mm

Detection Zone
Rating
Supply Voltage: 230V~ 50Hz, Class 2 device,
Max parasitic current: with sensor head 9mA,
without sensor head 7.5mA
Manufactured in grey Nylon 6
UL V-0 rated, Non-halogen
Conformity: LDV-73/23/EEC: EMC-89/336/EEC
Operating range: -10 to 40C

slave)
Max. 7.42m

The X-Y cross-sectional diagram


shows the detection area. The
differences in the detection zone
patterns indicate the projections
of the 16 lenses with a single
focal point. Movement of an
object with higher than
background temperature,
between the detection zones,
will be detected.

Y
3m
2
1
X

1
2
3m
3

4m

2.5m

2.5m

5.0m

: 6A
: 3A

X
50O

View Y-Y
5.0m

: 6A
: 3A
: 10A R1&R2

2.5m

5.0m

2.5m

50O
41

41O

: 6A
: 3A

4m

Detection Zone

5.0m

Single relay device Load


Fluorescent & Incandescent Lighting
Compact Flourescent Lighting
Dual relay device Load
Load on Lighting Circuit - R1
Fluorescent & Incandescent Lighting
Compact Flourescent Lighting
Load on Lighting Circuit - R2
Fluorescent & Incandescent Lighting
Compact Fluorescent Lighting
Total Maximum Load
Maximum number of Ballast
DSI Digital control
: 25
DALI Digital control
: 25
Analogue 0-10V control
: 25

View X-X

BS5733

Max. 5.66m

79.0 mm

Rating
Supply Voltage: 12V DC
Manufactured in White Nylon 6
UL V-0 rated, Non-halogen
Conformity: LDV-73/23/EEC : EMC-89/336/EEC
BS5733
Sensor range: 7.42m 5.66m at 2.5m height
fnl 6 CORE FLAT LEAD
XX m

fsl & fsw 4 CORE FLAT LEAD


fsl

fsw

Lengths:
Comes in lengths up to 50 metres, refer to price list.

Xxm

Xxm

Lengths:
Comes in lengths up to 50 metres, refer to price list.
Connector: Rj11 style 4P4C modular jack
4 way 28 a.w.g. (70.12mm) Cu
Test Standard: EN50289,UL 1581 ,Ul758
Insulation Material: Solid polyethylene
Insulation diameter: 0.95( +/-0.1 0) mm4
Jacket External: 2.45(+/-0.15)mm4.95(+/-0.20)
Jacket Material: FR-PVC(complies RoHS)
Max. Conductor DC Resistance at 20C (W/100M )16.73
Min. Insulation DC Resistance at 20C ( MW)200
Rated Temperature("C ) 80
Rated Voltage (V) 300

Connector: Rj12 style 6P6C modular jack


Inner conductor: 6 / TC0.16 (+0.001/-0.008)mm7
Stranded Tinned Copper
Insulation Material: Solid polyethylene
Insulation diameter: 6 / 0.95( +/-0.10) mm
Jacket External: 2.45(+/-0.15)mm7.15(+/-0.30)
Jacket Material: FR-PVC(complies RoHS)
Max. Conductor DC Resistance at 20C (W/100M)14.70
Min. Insulation DC Resistance at 20C (MW)200
Rated Temperature("C ) 80
Rated Voltage (V) 300

f l eL xo c
w o vn on l et ac gt eo r Lse a dd a
s t a
Connection & Interconnection units

81.5 mm

118 mm

Plugs and pre-wired leads

Length mm

60.6 mm
79.8 mm

24 mm
Connection unit length
2 way outlet: 125mm
4 way outlet: 125mm
6 way outlet: 175mm
8 way outlet: 225mm
10 way outlet: 275mm
12 way outlet: 325mm
16 way outlet: 425mm
20 way outlet: 525mm

Rating
Supply Voltage: 230V~ 16A,
Manufactured in black Nylon 6, UL V-0 rated
and Anodised Aluminium.
BS5733
Fixings: Standard T slot on top edge, conduit box
mounting on rear and/or surface mounting brackets.
Blanked 20mm conduit access in end cap and on rear
face.
5 or 7 contacts per outlet, each rated at 16 amps,
using Flex 7 outlet format.

Rating
Supply Voltage: 230V~ 16A, (lead as rated)
BS5733
Luminaire leads in PVC to BS6500
(0.75mm2 & 1.00mm2 3 and 4-cores)
Luminaire leads in LS0H to BS7211
(0.75mm2 to 1.50mm2 3 to 7-cores)
Terminals accept up to 1 x 4.00mm2 conductors.
3,4, or 7 pins per plug, each rated at 16 amps,
using Flex 7 plug format.
Available in black, white, red or grey.
Nylon 6, UL V-0 rated.
Unless otherwise requested, plugs and outlets will be
Supplied in the following colours: 3-pole White;
4-pole Red; 5-pole Black; 6-pole Red; 7-pole
Black.
Standard Plug Pin Designation
for Various Applications
+10V
-0V
LS

Single Socket Outlet

70 mm

N
LEm
LX

28 mm

Orange
White
Brown
Green / Yellow
Blue
Black
Grey

Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin

6
5
4
3
2
1

80.25 mm

Rating
Supply Voltage: 230V~ 16A, BS5733
Available in black, white or red. Nylon 6, UL V-0 rated.
Contacts rated at 16A, Terminals accept up to 2 x
4.00mm conductors.
3,4, or 7 contacts per socket, each rated at 16 amps,
using Flex 7 plug format.
3 and 4 contact versions are fitted with an additional
looping terminal.
50.8mm / 2" fixing centers for standard round
conduit box mounting.

Flex Connectors Limited, Unit 8, The Gate Centre, Syon Gate Way, Brentford, Middlesex TW8 9DD, UK
Website: www.flexconnectors.co.uk Email: info@flexconnectors.co.uk
Leaflet reference number: 17/300 issue 1 15/10/2010

Number of Cores in Plug


5
7
3
6
4

fnh200 Occupancy sensor head

Setting Up

Connection Unit

Working in conjunction with fnc type


controllers, the fnh200 sensor head
provides additional sensory data from
the room. This takes the form of
occupancy, and received instructions
from a remote control such as the
frc/user remote control.

frc/set

Optional Extras
frc/user

Switch
drop lead

Sensor head and occupancy detection performance


LED

fnh/Slave

19.5 mm
12.3 mm

fnh200

Increasing Occupancy Coverage - fnh/slave


Occupancy coverage can be increased by adding up to a maximum of five slave
sensor heads (fnh/slave) to your existing sensor head. The fnh/slave comes
complete with a 'Y' adaptor to facilitate connection.
A connecting lead may also be required, part number fslXX (XX = length /5m).

31.3 mm

I.R.
receiver

User Remote Control - frc/user


The frc/user remote control is a convenient method for the user to control the lighting
remotely. Lights can be temporarily overridden ON or OFF and in cases where the
lighting control is dimmable, dimmed UP or DOWN. In addition, up to six preset light
levels can be stored and recalled.
Note: Unlike the frc/set remote control the frc/user remote control can not be used
to setup or change occupancy time-out settings.

Sensor head
fnh200

Optional switch

fnh200

Setup Remote Control - frc/set


The sensor comes factory set with default operational parameters including a standard
20 minutes occupancy time-out. If another time-out period (2, 5, 10, 20 and 40 minutes)
or alternative operational parameters are desired, then an frc/set remote control will
be required - ordered separately.
Full instructions for setting up the sensor are supplied with the frc/set remote control.

Light cell

40.0 mm

The sensor head fits into a 32mm diameter hole, with clips which can grip ceiling panels down to 1.5mm
thick. The sensor head has a rectangular occupancy detection range broadly 7.4m x 5.6m at a ceiling
height of 2.5m (Longest length of detection aligning with the spring clips). As the ceiling height increases
so will the overall detection area but sensitivity to small movements will decrease.
Note: Make sure that the sensor is not adjacent to circulating air, heaters or lamps.

Detection Zone
Detection Zone

Max. 7.42m
Y

View X-X

3m
5.0m

1
X

Max. 5.66m

2.5m

2.5m

5.0m

X
50O

View Y-Y
5.0m

2.5m

5.0m

2.5m

50O
41

41

2
0

3m
4m

4m

The X-Y cross-sectional diagram shows the detection area. The differences in the detection zone patterns
indicate the projections of the 16 lenses with a single focal point. Movement of an object with higher than
background temperature, between the detection zones, will be detected.

Flex Connectors Limited, Unit 8, The Gate Centre, Syon Gate Way, Brentford, Middlesex TW8 9DD, UK
Website: www.flexconnectors.co.uk Email: info@flexconnectors.co.uk
Leaflet reference number: 17/235 issue 4 15/07/2009

17/214 issue 5 09/07/2009

fnc2000 - Controllers

Pin 4

Pin

Pin 3

Pin 2

Pin 1

The fnc2000 is a control device


which plugs directly into any of the
flex7 range of connection units or a
7-pole single socket outlet. Working
with at least a plug-in sensor head
and/or a switch, the device will
control the connected mains rated
luminaires ON and OFF. The exact
operation will largely depend on
which of the input devices are
connected. Note that any connected
switch or sensor head will be
operating at ELV.

fnc2000

R1

2
1

Luminaire

L SW

Earth

Connection unit

Earth

Neutral

L EM

L AUX

Earth

Neutral

L EM

Wiring option B

Core colours if using 3 & 4-core


* flex7
prewired plug and leads

Neutral

L EM

L AUX

Wiring option A

(see front cover for details on options)

Circuit diagram for fnc2000

(Brown)
(Grn/Yel)
(Blue)

Emergency
luminaire

L SW
Earth
Neutral

(Brown)
(Grn/Yel)
(Blue)
(Black)

See front page for


details on configuring link

*
L SW
Earth
Neutral
L EM

Connection unit

Sensor lead

Controller
(other items not included)

Switch drop
lead
Sensor head

Switch

Configuring the fnc2000 controller and wiring the connection unit

Prise open lid 'C'


using a screw driver.
Position link as
required.

1 2

1 2

Link in position 1
Lights can remain ON during
an emergency test. Wire
connection unit as shown in
option A. Please refer to the
back page for details.
Link in position 2
Lights will switch OFF during
an emergency test. Wire
connection unit as shown in
option A or B. Please refer to
the back page for details.

Rating
Supply Voltage : 220V-240V, 50Hz,
Load
Fluorescent & Incandescent Lighting : 6A
Compact Fluorescent Lighting
: 3A

Using an fnc2000 controller with a sensor head and override switch

Refer to leaflet Networking Sensors,


leaflet number 17/245.

Note: Alternative operational options not necessarily


shown above are available using the frc/set setup
remote control.
Full instructions for setting up the sensor are supplied
with the sensor head and the frc/set remote control both ordered separately.

Note:
You may not be able to claim
enhanced capital allowances under
the Carbon Trust scheme if you
incorporate local 'override ON'
switches in your occupancy sensor
scheme.

Switch drop lead fsw--

Operation
ON/OFF only.
Reserved for
networking_*

Common (black)

ON

Override OFF only


1-way latched switch
(not supplied)
Refer to leaflet Networking Sensors,
leaflet number 17/245.

fnc2000

SENSOR

Override OFF only


1-way latched switch
(not supplied)
See table below for other
switching options
*

Refer to leaflet Networking Sensors,


leaflet number 17/245.

or

Override ON only

Override ON and OFF

1-way latched switch


(not supplied)

3-position, centre off, latched


switch (not supplied)

Operation if the sensor head is of type fnh200


(red)
Override OFF

fnc2000

Note:
If your room requires 2-way switching, a
special 'Y' connector is available to enable
two switch drop leads to be connected.
(Part No. fsy/2e/2 - OFF control from
2 x 2-way switches).

Other switching options


incorporating override ON

Using an fnc2000 controller with a switch only

Note:
If your room requires 2-way
switching, a special 'Y' connector is
available to enable two switch drop
leads to be connected.
(Part No. fsy/2e/2 - OFF control
from 2 x 2-way switches).

Sensor head
fnh200
or
fnh400

Common (black)

fnc2000

Common (black)

Occupancy detection: Not withstanding 'daylight


dependency' (see below) lights will switch ON whenever
there is occupancy detected by the sensor head. When
occupancy is no longer detected, lights will switch OFF
after a pre-selected time-out period.
Daylight dependency: During periods of occupancy the
lights may switch OFF if the ambient light detected
under the sensor head exceeds the set level.

Sensor head
fnh200
or
fnh400

Override OFF
(red)

Operation if the sensor head is of type fnh400

Reserved for
networking_*
(red)
Override OFF

Switch drop lead fsw--

SENSOR

Reserved for
networking_

Sensor lead fsl--

(green)
Override ON

Note:
For safe operation it is
advisable to extend
occupancy coverage to
cover the wall switch.
In this way, operating the
switch to SENSOR
position ensures the lights
turn ON.

Common (black)

Occupancy detection: Lights will switch ON whenever


there is occupancy detected by the sensor head. When
occupancy is no longer detected, lights will switch OFF
after a pre-selected time-out period.

SENSOR

Sensor lead fsl--

Operation if the sensor head is of type fnh200

(green)
Override ON

Using an fnc2000 controller with a sensor head only

Occupancy detection: Provided the wall switch is in the 'Sensor' position the lights will switch ON
whenever there is occupancy detected by the sensor head. When occupancy is no longer detected,
lights will switch OFF after a pre-selected time-out period.
Override switch operation: Override OFF or override ON takes priority over occupancy sensing.

Operation if the sensor head is of type fnh400


Occupancy detection: Provided the wall switch is in the 'Sensor' position, then, not withstanding
'daylight dependency' (see below) lights will switch ON whenever there is occupancy detected by the
sensor head. When occupancy is no longer detected, lights will switch OFF after a pre-selected timeout period.
Daylight dependency: During periods of occupancy the lights may switch OFF if the ambient light
detected under the sensor head exceeds the set level.
Override switch operation: Override OFF or override ON takes priority over occupancy or daylight
dependency sensing.
Note: Alternative operational options not necessarily shown above are available using the frc/set
setup remote control.
Full instructions for setting up the sensor are supplied with the sensor head and the frc/set remote
control - both ordered separately.

K2747 WHI

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K2747 WHI
2 GANG DP
STANDARD CARTON QUANTITY: 50
MOUNTING BOXES:
Flush 25mm
2 gang: 862 ZIC
Flush 35mm
(for extra wiring space)
2 gang: 886 ZIC
Surface
2 gang: K2142 WHI
Dimensions:
2 GANG: 86 x 146mm
FIXING CENTRES:
2 GANG: 120.6mm
BS 1363 Pt 2: 1995

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K2746

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K2746
K2746 WHI, K2746 GRA
2 GANG DP WITH OUTBOARD ROCKERS AND DUAL EARTH TERMINALS
STANDARD CARTON QUANTITY: 10
MOUNTING BOXES:
Flush 25mm
2 gang: 862 ZIC
Flush 35mm
(for extra wiring space)
2 gang: 886 ZIC
Surface
2 gang: K2142 WHI
Dimensions:
2 GANG: 86 x 146mm
FIXING CENTRES:
2 GANG: 120.6mm
BS 1363 Pt 2: 1995
K2746 CE is provided with facility for clean earth connection.
Pictured in WHI, also available in GRA.

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K2757 WHI

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K2757 WHI
1 GANG DP WITH DUAL EARTH TERMINALS
STANDARD CARTON QUANTITY: 10
MOUNTING BOXES:
Flush 25mm
1 gang: 861 ZIC
Flush 35mm
(for extra wiring space)
1 gang: 866 ZIC
Surface
1 gang: K2140 WHI
Dimensions:
1 GANG: 86 x 86mm
FIXING CENTRES:
1 GANG: 60.3mm
BS 1363 Pt 2: 1995
High integrity earthing
K2757, K2657 and K2737 are fitted with two earth terminals to provide a double
earth facility for use when installations require a high integrity protective connection
as specified within BS 7671: 2008.

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K14347

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K14347

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K14347
K14347 BSS W, K14347 BSS B, K14347 PBR W, K14347 PBR B,
K14347 SAA W, K14347 SAA B, K14347 POC W, K14347 POC B,
K14347 WHI W, K14347 BLK B, K14268 ABR B, K14347 BBR W,
K14347 BBR B
2 GANG DP DUAL EARTH 13 AMP
STANDARD CARTON QUANTITY: 1
MOUNTING BOXES:
FLUSH 35mm: 886 ZIC
FLUSH 47mm: 878 ZIC
(for extra wiring space)
DIMENSIONS:
86 x 146mm
FIXING CENTRES:
120.6mm
BS 1363 Pt 2: 1995

All finishes are available with black or white inserts...


White Inserts

Black Inserts
Suffix W- White
Inserts

Suffix B- Black
Inserts

Edge Finishes...
Brushed
Stainless Steel

Silver Anodised
Aluminium

White

Antique Bronze

Polished Brass

Polished
Chrome

Black

Brushed Brass

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K942 ALM

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K942 ALM
DP SWITCHED
STANDARD CARTON QUANTITY: 1
All connection units are fitted with a 13 amp fuse (to BS 1362.)
Earth terminal fitted in base of the box.
DIMENSIONS:
86 x 86 x 47mm
TERMINAL CAPACITY:
2 x 6mm2 stranded (max)
KNOCKOUTS:
6 x 20mm.
Two in one side and one in each of other three sides, one in base.
Spare Boxes with and without knockouts are available.
All boxes have a base knockout.
BS 1363 Pt.4: 1995

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K954 ALM

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K954 ALM
UNSWITCHED
STANDARD CARTON QUANTITY: 10
All connection units are fitted with a 13 amp fuse (to BS 1362.)
Earth terminal fitted in base of the box.
DIMENSIONS:
86 x 86 x 47mm
TERMINAL CAPACITY:
2 x 6mm2 stranded (max)
KNOCKOUTS:
6 x 20mm.
Two in one side and one in each of other three sides, one in base.
Spare Boxes with and without knockouts are available.
All boxes have a base knockout.
BS 1363 Pt.4: 1995

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K4898 EL

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K4898 EL
K4898 EL WHI, K4898 EL BLK
20 AMP SP KEY SWITCH 2 WAY MARKED EMG LTG
STANDARD CARTON QUANTITY: 1
BS EN 60669-1: 2000
Key (3405 NIP) is supplied

Aspect Finishes...
Brushed
Stainless Steel

Polished Brass

White

Lacquered
Brushed Steel

Polished
Chrome

Charcoal

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K4889 GRN

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K4889 GRN
K4889 GRN, K4889 GRN B
200-250 VOLT GREEN
STANDARD CARTON QUANTITY : 1
BS 5733: 1995

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K9201 BLU

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K9201 BLU
SURFACE
STANDARDCARTONQUANTITY:1
16A Top conduit(M20) or rear cable entry,complete with
blanking plug.
16 AMP
2P+E PIN. CONFIGURATION
EARTH HOUR POSITION : 6
BS EN 60309

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Push fit parts
Covers all applications
48mm clearance height
Quality materials
ASTA approved

Integral track connector


plugs into track feed unit.

Tap-off units plug into


shuttered socket outlets
and lock onto track body.

Electrak has led the Power distribution under (raised)

Remove by compressing

floor market since 1984 when it launched the first

side clips and pulling out.

small power track system. Now track systems are


the norm for power distribution under raised floors.
Electrak recognised the need to meet the increasing
power requirements of the technology led workplace,
and therefore extended its standard underfloor power
distribution range to cater for dual, low noise and three
phase applications.
Power Track has been designed with the electrical
contractors requirements in mind, speed and ease
of installation, with all the systems having minimal

Lengths of track fit together

parts to facilitate rapid push fit assembly. The flexible

by simply snap fitting the

features of the system also assist in decreasing the


amount of disruption during future installation changes.

integral track connector into


the shuttered end of the
previous fitted track length
(patents pending).

Dual Track System (Electrak 26) - both standard and


low noise (clean earth) systems in one track can cut
installation times by over 50%

Dual Track System running alongside data & telecom


cable trays, supplying Electrak floor service outlet boxes.
Standard, Low Noise and Dual Track tap-off units plug
into any socket outlet along the Dual Track length.
The Dual tap-off has both Standard and Low Noise cables
within one tap-off unit.

Electrak 24 Standard Power Track running alongside


two cable trays carrying telecommunication and data
cabling, supplying Electrak floor service outlet boxes.

Electrak 25 Low Noise (Clean Earth) Power Track


system running alongside two cable trays carrying
telecommunication and data cabling, supplying
Electrak floor service outlet boxes.

Electrak 27 Three Phase Power Track supplying


Electrak floor service outlet boxes.

End view of integral


track connector

Design & installation


Electrak under floor systems consist of

As well as dual tap-offs both standard and low

continuous lengths of power track,

noise tap offs can be plugged into any socket

(generally arranged in a parallel format)

outlet along the track length. The dual tap-off

which are fed from the distribution board

incorporates both standard and low noise cables.

via track feed boxes and can be installed


in a floor void of only 48mm.

By positioning the power tracks a maximum of


5.2 metres apart and 2.5 metres from the wall,

The track feed boxes are provided with one

by connecting the 3 metre tap-off units to floor

or two 25mm diameter holes to suit MICC,

outlet boxes, optimum layout flexibility is

armoured cables or single core in conduit.

achieved. This means every part of the floor

The first length of track connects to the

area can be served.

track feed by snap fitting the integral track

When connecting tap-offs directly through the

connector into the track feed outlet socket.

floor via grommet outlets to workstations care

Lengths of track fit together by simply snap


fitting the track connector which is integral

must be taken to ensure that the tap-off


length is adequate.

to each length of track into the shuttered

Flexible interlinks can be used to overcome

end of the previous fitted track length.

obstructions or used as corners if required.

Track lengths have integral floor fixing


2.5m

brackets; three on the 3.6m length, two


on 2.4m and one on 1.2m.
Access to power is provided along the

socket outlet points every


300 or 600mm along
power track length

5.2m

power track by simply plugging tap-off


units into shuttered socket outlets.

5.2m

These tap-off units feed all types of


conventional floor service outlet boxes or

3m flexible
tap-off unit

floor service
outlet box

via 4mm2 insulated conductors contained

track feed

in 3 metres of flexible metal or VO rated

5.2m

directly through the floor to workstations,


track to track
connection

nylon conduit.
The dual power track system has both
standard and low noise systems incorporated.

Track feed

Example floor layout

Integral power track connector

Tap-off

snap fits into track feed

Integral track connector on


next power track snap fits
to end of previous fixed
track length

PUSH DOWN

Side view of power track and track feed

Buyers guide
Electrak 24
Standard system white

Electrak 25
Low noise (clean
earth) system green

Electrak 26
Dual track, standard
& low noise
combined - green

Electrak 27
3 Phase system grey

Length
(m):

No. of
sockets:

Catalogue No:

Catalogue No:

Catalogue No:

Catalogue No:

Electrak power track


300mm socket centres

1.2
2.4
3.6

4
8
12

DA 1123
DA 1243
DA 1363

JA 2123
JA 2243
JA 2363

KA 3123
KA 3243
KA 3363

NA 4123
NA 4243
NA 4363

Electrak power track


600mm socket centres

1.2
2.4
3.6

2
4
6

DA 1126
DA 1246
DA 1366

JA 2126
JA 2246
JA 2366

KA 3126
KA 3246
KA 3366

NA 4126
NA 4246
NA 4366

DF 1010

JF 2010

KF 3010

NF 4010

Excluding
cables & conduit

DW 1000

JW 2000

KW 3000

NW 4000

1.2m metal
flexible conduit

DW 1010

JW 2010

KW 3010

NW 4010

2.4m metal
flexible conduit

DW 1020

JW 2020

KW 3020

NW 4020

Description:

Track Feed
Flexible
interlink/corner

Metal flexible
conduit

Tap-off units
32A
Unfused

3m
5m

16mm
L, N, PE

DP 1332
DP 1532

DP 1332
DP 1532

13A
Fused

3m
5m

16mm
L, N, PE

DP 1313
DP 1513

DP 1313
DP 1513

32A
Unfused

3m
5m

16mm
CE, L, N, PE

JP 2332
JP 2532

JP 2332
JP 2532

13A
Fused

3m
5m

16mm
CE, L, N, PE

JP 2313
JP 2513

JP 2313
JP 2513

32A
Unfused

3m
5m

20mm
CE, L1, N1
L2, N2, PE

13A
607
Fused

3m
5m

16mm
L, N, PE

13A
607
Fused

3m
5m

20mm
CE, L, N, PE

32A
415v
3-Phase

3m
5m

20mm
L1, L2, L3, N, PE

NZ 4331
NZ 4531

32A
L1

3m
5m

Unfused Reconfigurable
live pin
16mm L, N, PE

NP 4332*
NP 4532*

32A
L2

3m
5m

Unfused Reconfigurable
live pin
16mm L, N, PE

NP 4302*
NP 4502*

32A
L3

3m
5m

Unfused Reconfigurable
live pin
16mm L, N, PE

NP 4303*
NP 4503*

KP 3328
KP 3528
DP 1327
DP 1527

DP 1327
DP 1527
JP 2327
JP 2527

JP 2327
JP 2527

Tap-off, track feed and track


connector key code

L2 N2

PE

L1 N1 CE PE

L2 N2 L1 N1 CE PE

L3 L2 L1 N PE

*All NP tap-offs are reconfigurable between L1, L2 or L3 for 3 phase track.


A tap-off length is determined by the cable and not the conduit length, e.g. a 3m
tap-off has 3m of cable and 2.8m of conduit.
All Electrak unfused tap-offs conform to section 607 of BS 7671 : 2001.

Technical specifications

Approved to ASTA Standard 138


BS EN 60 439-1 : 1994
BS EN 60 439-2 : 1993

Electrical Test Data:


Rated Current
Rated Voltage
Frequency
Conductor Resistance - Live & Neutral
Conductor Impedance

Electrak is approved to ISO9002 1994


Assessed Quality Assurance Certificate No. 10270.
BS 7671 : 2001 (IEE Wiring Regulations)
Electrak fully complies with the requirements of BS 7671 :
2001 (IEE Wiring Regulations).

63
230/415
50/60
3.0
1.5

A
V~
Hz
m/m
m/m

3.0
0.4
0.4
0.4
10
1.5
4.0

mV/A/m
mV/A
mV/A
mV/A
mV/A/m
mV/A
mV/A/m

1.5
1.5
1.1
0.8
0.4
0.6
0.6
10
1.5
4.0
16
25

m/m
m/m
m/m
m/m
m
m
m
m/m
m
m/m
KA
C

Mechanical Data:
Number of conductors
Busbar conductor cross sectional area
Housing cross sectional area (copper equivalent)
Cable terminal capacity
Tap-off cable 32A
Tap-off cable 13A fused
Tap-off conduit, up to 4 conductors
Tap-off conduit, 5 and 6 conductors
Flexible corner cable (Tri-rated, high temperature)
Flexible corner conduit
IP rating

3 to 6
13
13
16
4
1.5
16
20
10
25
40

mm2
mm2
mm2
mm2
mm2
mm
mm
mm2
mm

Material Specifications:
Power track housing
Busbars
Busbar insulator
Track connector/Socket outlet/Track feed connector
Socket outlet entry shutter
Tap-off Housing
Track Connector Blades
Tap-off Blades
Tap-off/Flexible corner conduit, metal
Tap-off conduit, plastic
Tap-off cable
Flexible interlink cable
Track feed box/Flexible interlink boxes
Track feed connector Terminals/Earth block
Track fixing brackets
13A Tap-off, fuse

Galvanised Steel, natural finish


High conductivity copper
PTFE
Flame Retardant Polycarbonate
Acetal
Flame Retardant Polycarbonate
Copper
Brass
Electro-galvanised steel
VO rated
LSOH to BS7211
Tri-rated to BS6231
Galvanised steel
Brass
Galvanised steel
To BS 1362, ASTA approved

Volt Drops
Live & Neutral:

Busbars
Cable Connector
Track Connector
32A Tap-Off
+ 4mm2 Cable
Flexible corner assembly
+ 10mm2 Cable
Earth Fault Loop Impedance:
Phase busbar
Earth busbar
Earth housing
Earth busbar & housing
Cable connector
Track connector
32A Tap-Off
+ 4mm2 Cable
Flexible corner assembly
+ 10mm2 Cable
Rated Conditional Short-Circuit Current
Ambient Temperature

607 Installations
The scope of Section 607 in BS 7671 : 2001 requires every
installation expected to have high protective conductor
currents to conform to the requirements of Regulation 607-02.
Electrak busbar systems and tap-off units conform to the
high integrity protective connection requirements of BS 7671 :
2001 Regulation 607-02-04 when wired in accordance with
Electraks installation sheet.
All unfused tap - offs now comply with section 607 without the
need for additional earth conductors. The new section 607-02-04 (ii)
states a single copper protective conductor having a
cross-sectional area of not less than 4mm2, complying with the
requirements of Regulations 543-02 and 543-03, the protective
conductor being enclosed to provide additional protection against
mechanical damage, for example, within a flexible conduit.
For 607 installations requiring fused tap-offs, a 607 compliant
tap-off must be used. Normally fused tap-offs incorporate 1.5mm2
conductors, however in the fused 607 tap-offs, the 1.5mm2 earth
conductor is replaced with a 4mm2 conductor and therefore
complies with Section 607-02-04 (ii).
Durability
Electrak systems are superbly designed and extremely robust.
They can be expected to stand up to all normal site conditions.
Electrak has been short circuit strength tested by ASTA.
32 Amp tap-off unit
The 32 amp tap-off unit comprises an unfused tap-off with either
2.8 metres of 16mm/20mm diameter flexible metal conduit or VO
rated nylon conduit both with integral 4mm2 LSOH conductors.
These units are designed to comply with regulation 473-02-02
of the IEE Wiring regulations by virtue of the following:
1 Maximum length of cable is 3 metres
2 It is factory assembled and fully tested item with cable
installed in high quality flexible conduit.
3 It is installed in a location that affords additional protection
by the structural fabric of the access floor.
Fault condition protection for the tap-off assembly and the floor
box socket outlets is afforded by the circuit protective device.
Disconnection time for socket outlets is 0.4 seconds (IEE Reg.
413-02-08). The Electrak system meets this requirement.
Tap off units in excess of 3 metres should only be used if they
contain a fuse or the power track is protected by a 32 amp rated
protective device.
Earth Fault Loop Impedance
BS 7671: 2001 IEE Wiring Regulations require accurate
determination of the total earth loop impedance, which must be
sufficiently low to allow the protective device to operate within
the specified time, which for socket outlets is 0.4 seconds.
The values relevant to Electrak for calculating the earth fault
loop impedance are shown in the electrical test data table.

A
93

75
46

B
250

109
47

46

68

118
32
15

2x25

Dual Track
Feed

25

Standard &
low noise
feed

End View A

65

Track Feed

Power track

Integral fixing
brackets1.2m
average spacing

Tap off

All dimensions are in mm.

Track connector

End View B

92

Integral fixing bracket


fixing centres
End View

Rotasoc

pioneering workstation
power solutions

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The Legrand Group is the worlds leading manufacturer of wiring devices
and cable management systems. With specialist brands including Bticino,
Electrak and Zucchini, the Legrand Group also offers cutting edge solutions
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Product functions that help to avoid energy waste

Specialists in power distribution


throughout the workplace
Electrak, part of the Legrand Group, is a leading manufacturer of power
distribution and lighting control solutions. Its power track, floor boxes,
grommets and desk module ranges are installed in high specification
offices around the world.
Electraks products can be broken down into two simple ranges:
Office power
Power track, floor boxes, grommets, desk units
Lighting control
Buscom/busbar trunking and Lightrak lighting control

Electrak is
complemented by
Zucchinis full busbar
and transformer
offering and Legrands
distribution and
protection systems.
3

Rotasoc - the industry standard


for versatile workstation power

Available in 16 and 32 A versions, Rotasoc offers a comprehensive selection of modular


multi-socket power distribution outlets with 360 rotatable socket outlets.

Integrating Rotasoc
with other products
from Legrands power
distribution division
enables you to create
building-wide
solutions from a
single source.

Desktop units

Personal power points, available


in either horizontal or vertical
orientation, simply fit on to the
desktop and connect directly to
the under desk system or to the
mains via a standard plug.

Under-desk modules

Power, data and telecoms


modules can easily be
reconfigured to meet the
increasing demands of the
workstation.
Standard, low noise / clean
earth and dual circuit options
are suitable for any office
environment, including those
where an uninterrupted power
supply is critical.

Integrated protection

RCD and RCBO protection


modules allow any modifications
to existing installations to
comply with the latest edition
of the Wiring Regulations, as
well as delivering immediate
17th Edition compliance to new
installations.

Features include:
F
 ully 360 rotatable sockets (on or off load)
Totally modular system (easy to add modules)
Busbar interconnection with push-fit and cam-lock
(no wiring required)
Integrated comms and data modules
Manufactured from high quality materials
Standard, low noise / clean earth and dual circuit options
Conforms to : BS 7671 : 2008 section 543.7 for high
protective conductor currents

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standard power distribution (grey socket outlets) 2P + E

RAB301A
RAB202A

--/---/--

RAB201A

--/---/--

RAB312A

RAZ020A

RAB204A

Dimensions and technical information (p. 14-19)

RAB323A

Approved to BS 5733 and BS 1363 part 2. The 32 A system meets the requirements of regulation 543.7 within BS 7671 : 2008
Flame retardant ABS modules. The system can be factory-configured or assembled on-site
All modules are busbar interconnected and simply push-fit and lock together
Modules are colour-coded to distinguish the 3 system types; standard, low noise / clean earth and dual circuit
Pack

1
1
1
1
1

Cat. Nos.

RAB201A
RAB202A
RAB203A
RAB204A
RAB205A

16 A in-feed modules rewirable


Modules can accept a 3 core flexible cable
MCB and RCD protection modules can also be
used with 16 A in-feeds
Unswitched / unfused
Neon power indication
With switched neon
With switched neon / 63 A fused
63 A fused

RAB002A
RAB003A
RAB004A
RAB005A

1
1
1
1

RAB006A
RAB007A
RAB008A
RAB009A

RAB010A
RAB011A
RAB012A
RAB013A

RAB301A

32 A in-feed modules pre-wired

Supplied with a 3 core flexible cable with a BS


1363 13 A plug. MCB and RCD protection
modules can also be used with 16 A in-feeds

Standard earth tap-offs (E24)

2m
3m
4m
5m

1
1
1

RAB311A
RAB312A
RAB315A

RAB316A

1
1
1
1

RAB340A
RAB341A
RAB344A
RAB345A

RAB322A

RAB323A

Switched with neon :


13 A BS 1363 plug to RAB203A

RAB326A

RAB327A

2m
3m
4m
5m

RAB014A
RAB015A
RAB016A
RAB017A

2m
3m
4m
5m
63 A fused :
13 A BS 1363 plug to RAB205A

1
1
1
1

RAB018A
RAB019A
RAB020A
RAB021A

2m
3m
4m
5m

3 m unfused metal tap-off Cat. No. DP1332


5 m unfused metal tap-off Cat. No. DP1532
3 m 13 A fused 5437 metal tap-off
Cat. No. DP1327
5 m 13 A fused 5437 metal tap-off
Cat. No. DP1527
3 m unfused VO nylon tap-off
5 m unfused VO nylon tap-off
3 m 13 A fused 5437 VO nylon tap-off
5 m 13 A fused 5437 VO nylon tap-off
Auxiliary earth tap-offs (E28)

2m
3m
4m
5m

3 m unfused metal tap-off


Cat. No. YP5332
5 m unfused metal tap-off
Cat. No. YP5532
3 m 13 A fused 5437 metal tap-off
Cat. No. YP5327
5 m 13 A fused 5437 metal tap-off
Cat. No. YP5527

16 A and 32 A external earth kit

Switched with neon and 63 A fused :


13 A BS 1363 plug to RAB204A
1
1
1
1

32 A in-feed module rewirable


To be wired on site. Metal face plate accepts
most electrical terminations. Unswitched and
unfused with an additional earth connection
for bonding
32 A 2P + E

Modules connect to power track via a tap-off


and have an additional external earth
connection for bonding

Neon indication :
13 A BS 1363 plug to RAB202A
1
1
1
1

Cat. Nos.

16 A in-feed modules pre-wired

Unswitched and unfused :


13 A BS 1363 plug to RAB201A
1
1
1
1

Pack

RAZ010A

RAZ020A

For bonding in-feed to furniture


250 mm x 15 mm2 earth cable kit with fixings
for 16 A in-feed
250 mm x 40 mm2 earth cable kit with fixings
for 32 A in-feed

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Rotasoc desk modules


standard power distribution (grey socket outlets) 2P + E (continued)

RAB401A

RAB450A

RAB402A

RAB705A

RAB504A

RAB502A

RAZ001A

Dimensions and technical information (p. 14-19)


Approved to BS 5733 and BS 1363 part 2. The 32 A system meets the requirements of regulation 543.7 within BS 7671 : 2008
Flame retardant ABS modules. The system can be factory-configured or assembled on-site
All modules are busbar interconnected and simply push-fit and lock together
Modules are colour-coded to distinguish the 3 system types; standard, low noise / clean earth and dual circuit
Pack

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

Cat. Nos.

RAB401A
RAB402A
RAB403A
RAB404A
RAB405A
RAB410A
RAB420A
RAB430A
RAB440A
RAB450A
RAB460A
RAB470A
RAB480A
RAB490A

Protection and switching modules


Used for the protection and switching of circuits
where required
With 13 A BS 1362 fuse
With 13 A BS 1362 fuse and switched neon
With 13 A BS 1362 fuse and neon
With 32 A max. single isolation
With 30 mA RCD
With 6 A MCB
With 16 A MCB
With 20 A MCB
With 32 A MCB
With 16 A RCBO
With 20 A RCBO
With 32 A RCBO
With 16 A filter
With 32 A filter

Socket modules
Individual socket outlets can rotate 360 in
either direction, on or off load, accommodating
bulky cables and transformers
Available in 2, 3 and 4 gang options
Modules can be connected to one another to
give any combination of sockets. Sockets are
available with individual 315 A or 5 A fuses to
meet the requirements of BS 6396, or unfused
Socket colour : grey

Pack

1
1
1
1
1
1
1

Cat. Nos.

16 A flexible interconnection modules

RAB603A
RAB605A
RAB610A
RAB620A
RAB630A
RAB640A
RAB650A

Supplied with 15 mm2 x 3 core flexible cable


and used to interconnect between units within
the 16 A range of products
03 m
05 m
1m
2m
3m
4m
5m

32 A flexible interconnection modules

1
1
1
1
1
1
1

RAB703A
RAB705A
RAB710A
RAB720A
RAB730A
RAB740A
RAB750A

Supplied with 4 mm2 x 3 singles in conduit and


are used to interconnect between units within
the 32 A range of products
03 m
05 m
1m
2m
3m
4m
5m

End cap
1

RAZ001A

Used to cover the end of the system

Unfused sockets
1
1
1

RAB502A
RAB503A
RAB504A

1
1
1
1
1
1

RAB532A
RAB552A
RAB533A
RAB553A
RAB534A
RAB554A

2 gang
3 gang
4 gang
Individually fused sockets
2 gang, 315 A fused
2 gang, 5 A fused
3 gang, 315 A fused
3 gang, 5 A fused
4 gang, 315 A fused
4 gang, 5 A fused

For international socket modules


Contact us on +44 (0) 845 600 6266
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--/---/--

low noise / clean earth power distribution (red socket outlets) 16 A : 2P + CE, 32 A : 2P + E + CE

RAC202A

RAC201A

RAC204A

RAC312A

RAZ020A

RAC301A

Dimensions and technical information (p. 14-19)


Approved to BS 5733 and BS 1363 part 2. The 32 A system meets the requirements of regulation 543.7 within BS 7671 : 2008
Flame retardant ABS modules. The system can be factory-configured or assembled on-site
All modules are busbar interconnected and simply push-fit and lock together
Modules are colour-coded to distinguish the 3 system types; standard, low noise / clean earth and dual circuit
Pack

1
1
1
1
1

Cat. Nos.

RAC201A
RAC202A
RAC203A
RAC204A
RAC205A

16 A in-feed modules rewirable


Modules can accept a 3 core flexible cable
MCB and RCD protection modules can also be
used with 16 A in-feeds
Unswitched / unfused
Neon power indication
With switched neon
With switched neon / 63 A fused
63 A fused

Pack

Cat. Nos.

RAC301A

Unswitched and unfused :


13 A BS 1363 plug to RAC201A
1
1
1
1

RAC002A
RAC003A
RAC004A
RAC005A

2m
3m
4m
5m
Neon indication :
13 A BS 1363 plug to RAC202A

1
1
1
1

RAC006A
RAC007A
RAC008A
RAC009A

2m
3m
4m
5m
Switched with neon :
13 A BS 1363 plug to RAC203A

1
1
1
1

RAC010A
RAC011A
RAC012A
RAC013A

2m
3m
4m
5m
Switched with neon and 63 A fused :
13 A BS 1363 plug to RAC204A

1
1
1
1

RAC014A
RAC015A
RAC016A
RAC017A

2m
3m
4m
5m
63 A fused :
13 A BS 1363 plug to RAC205A

1
1
1
1

RAC018A
RAC019A
RAC020A
RAC021A

2m
3m
4m
5m

To be wired on site. Metal face plate accepts


most electrical terminations. Supplied with an
additional earth connection for dirty earth
bonding
32 A 2P + E + CE

32 A in-feed modules pre-wired


Modules connect to power track via a tap-off
and have an additional external earth
connection for dirty earth bonding

16 A in-feed modules pre-wired


Supplied with a 3 core flexible cable with a
BS 1363 13 A plug. MCB and RCD protection
modules can also be used with 16 A in-feeds

32 A in-feed module rewirable

Low noise / clean earth tap-offs (E25)


1
1
1

RAC311A
RAC312A
RAC315A

RAC316A

1
1
1
1

RAC340A
RAC341A
RAC344A
RAC345A

3 m unfused metal tap-off Cat. No. JP2332


5 m unfused metal tap-off Cat. No. JP2532
3 m 13 A fused 5437 metal tap-off
Cat. No. JP2327
5 m 13 A fused 5437 metal tap-off
Cat. No. JP2527
3 m unfused VO nylon tap-off
5 m unfused VO nylon tap-off
3 m 13 A fused 5437 VO nylon tap-off
5 m 13 A fused 5437 VO nylon tap-off

16 A and 32 A external earth kit


1

RAZ010A

RAZ020A

For bonding in-feed to furniture


250 mm x 15 mm2 earth cable kit with fixings for
16 A in-feed
250 mm x 40 mm2 earth cable kit with fixings for
32 A in-feed

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low noise / clean earth power distribution (red socket outlets) 16 A : 2P + CE, 32 A : 2P + E + CE (continued)

RAC401A

RAC405A

RAC402A

RAC420A

RAC504A

RAC502A

RAC450A

RAZ001A

Dimensions and technical information (p. 14-19)


Approved to BS 5733 and BS 1363 part 2. The 32 A system meets the requirements of regulation 543.7 within BS 7671 : 2008
Flame retardant ABS modules. The system can be factory-configured or assembled on-site
All modules are busbar interconnected and simply push-fit and lock together
Modules are colour-coded to distinguish the 3 system types; standard, low noise / clean earth and dual circuit
Pack

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

Cat. Nos.

RAC401A
RAC402A
RAC403A
RAC404A
RAC405A
RAC410A
RAC420A
RAC430A
RAC440A
RAC450A
RAC460A
RAC470A
RAC480A
RAC490A

Protection and switching modules


Used for the protection and switching of circuits
where required
With 13 A BS 1362 fuse
With 13 A BS 1362 fuse and switched neon
With 13 A BS 1362 and neon
With 32 A max. single isolation
With 30 mA RCD
With 6 A MCB
With 16 A MCB
With 20 A MCB
With 32 A MCB
With 16 A RCBO
With 20 A RCBO
With 32 A RCBO
With 16 A filter
With 32 A filter

Socket modules
Individual socket outlets can rotate 360 in
either direction, on or off load, accommodating
bulky cables and transformers
Available in 2, 3 and 4 gang options
Modules can be connected to one another to
give any combination of sockets. Sockets
available with individual 315 A or 5 A fuses to
meet the requirements of BS 6396, or unfused
Socket colour : red

Pack

1
1
1
1
1
1
1

Cat. Nos.

16 A flexible interconnection modules

RAC603A
RAC605A
RAC610A
RAC620A
RAC630A
RAC640A
RAC650A

Supplied with 15 mm2 x 3 core flexible cable


and used to interconnect between units within
the 16 A range of products
03 m
05 m
1m
2m
3m
4m
5m

32 A flexible interconnection modules

1
1
1
1
1
1
1

RAC703A
RAC705A
RAC710A
RAC720A
RAC730A
RAC740A
RAC750A

Supplied with 4 mm2 x 3 singles in conduit and


are used to interconnect between units within
the 32 A range of products
03 m
05 m
1m
2m
3m
4m
5m

End cap
1

RAZ001A

Used to cover the end of the system

Unfused sockets
1
1
1

RAC502A
RAC503A
RAC504A

1
1
1
1
1
1

RAC532A
RAC552A
RAC533A
RAC553A
RAC534A
RAC554A

2 gang
3 gang
4 gang
Individually fused sockets
2 gang, 315 A fused
2 gang, 5 A fused
3 gang, 315 A fused
3 gang, 5 A fused
4 gang, 315 A fused
4 gang, 5 A fused

For international socket modules


Contact us on +44 (0) 845 600 6266
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dual circuit power distribution (standard and low noise) 4P + E + CE

RAD202A

RAD201A

RAD312A

RAZ020A

RAD301A

Dimensions and technical information (p. 14-19)


Approved to BS 5733 and BS 1363 part 2. The 32 A system meets the requirements of regulation 543.7 within BS 7671 : 2008
Flame retardant ABS modules. The system can be factory-configured or assembled on-site
All modules are busbar interconnected and simply push-fit and lock together
Modules are colour-coded to distinguish the 3 system types; standard, low noise / clean earth and dual circuit
Pack

1
1
1
1

Cat. Nos.

RAD201A
RAD202A
RAD203A
RAD204A

16 A in-feed modules rewirable


Modules can accept 2 x 3 core flexible cables
MCB protection modules can also be used with
16 A in-feeds
Unswitched / unfused
With 2 x neon power indicators
With 2 x switched neon
With 2 x 63 A fuses

Pack

Cat. Nos.

RAD301A

Modules connect to power track via one dual


or two separate tap-offs and have an
additional external earth connection for
dirty earth bonding

Supplied with 2 x 3 core flexible cables with


BS 1363 13 A plugs. MCB protection modules
can also be used with 16 A in-feeds

1
1
1
1

RAD002A
RAD003A
RAD004A
RAD005A

2x2m
2x3m
2x4m
2x5m
Neon indication :
2 x 13 A BS 1363 plugs to RAD202A

1
1
1
1

RAD006A
RAD007A
RAD008A
RAD009A

2x2m
2x3m
2x4m
2x5m
Switched with neon :
2 x 13 A BS 1363 plugs to RAD203A

1
1
1
1

RAD010A
RAD011A
RAD012A
RAD013A

2x2m
2x3m
2x4m
2x5m

Separate tap-offs (E24 + E25)


1

RAD313A

RAD314A

RAD319A

RAD320A

1
1
1

RAD342A
RAD343A
RAD348A

RAD349A

1
1
1
1

RAD311A
RAD312A
RAD340A
RAD341A

10

RAD014A
RAD015A
RAD016A
RAD017A

2x2m
2x3m
2x4m
2x5m

3 m unfused metal tap-offs


Cat. Nos. DP1332+JP2332
5 m unfused metal tap-offs
Cat. Nos. DP1532+JP2532
3 m fused 5437 tap-offs
Cat. Nos. DP1327+JP2327
5 m fused 5437 tap-offs
Cat. Nos. DP1527+JP2527
3 m unfused VO nylon tap-offs
5 m unfused VO nylon tap-offs
3 m 13 A fused 5437 tap-offs
Cat. Nos. DV1327+JV2327
5 m 13 A fused 5437 tap-offs
Cat. Nos. DV1527+JV2527
Dual circuit tap-offs (E26)
3 m unfused metal tap-off Cat. No. KP3328
5 m unfused metal tap-off Cat. No. KP3528
3 m unfused VO nylon tap-off
5 m unfused VO nylon tap-off

16 A and 32 A external earth kit

63 A fused :
2 x 13 A BS 1363 plugs to RAD204A
1
1
1
1

Can accept 2 x power track tap-offs and have


an additional external earth connection for
bonding
32 A 4P + E + CE

32 A in-feed modules pre-wired

16 A in-feed modules pre-wired

Unswitched and unfused :


2 x 13 A BS 1363 plugs to RAD201A

32 A in-feed module rewirable

RAZ010A

RAZ020A

For bonding in-feed to furniture


250 mm x 15 mm2 earth cable kit with fixings for
16 A in-feed
250 mm x 40 mm2 earth cable kit with fixings for
32 A in-feed

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dual circuit power distribution (standard and low noise) 4P + E + CE

RAD401A

RAD402A

RAD420A

RAZ001A

RAD504A

RAD543A

Dimensions and technical information (p. 14-19)


Approved to BS 5733 and BS 1363 part 2. The 32 A system meets the requirements of regulation 543.7 within BS 7671 : 2008
Flame retardant ABS modules. The system can be factory-configured or assembled on-site
All modules are busbar interconnected and simply push-fit and lock together
Modules are colour-coded to distinguish the 3 system types; standard, low noise / clean earth and dual circuit
Pack

1
1
1
1
1
1
1

Cat. Nos.

RAD401A
RAD402A
RAD403A
RAD410A
RAD420A
RAD430A
RAD440A

Protection and switching modules


Used for the protection and switching of circuits
where required
With 2 x 13 A BS 1362 fuse
With 2 x switched neon (16 A only)
With 2 x neon
With 2 x 6 A MCB
With 2 x 16 A MCB
With 2 x 20 A MCB
With 2 x 32 A MCB

Pack

1
1
1
1
1
1
1

Cat. Nos.

16 A flexible interconnection modules

RAD603A
RAD605A
RAD610A
RAD620A
RAD630A
RAD640A
RAD650A

Supplied with 2 x 15 mm2 3 core cables and


used to interconnect between units within the
16 A range of products
03 m
05 m
1m
2m
3m
4m
5m

Socket modules
Individual socket outlets can rotate 360 in
either direction, on or off load, accommodating
bulky cables and transformers
Available in 2, 3 and 4 gang options
Modules can be connected to one another to
give any combination of sockets. Sockets
available with individual 315 A or 5 A fuses to
meet the requirements of BS 6396, or unfused
Unfused sockets standard / clean bypass
1
1
1

RAD502A
RAD503A
RAD504A

Socket colour : grey


2 gang
3 gang
4 gang
Unfused sockets clean / standard bypass

1
1
1

RAD512A
RAD513A
RAD514A

32 A flexible interconnection modules

1
1
1
1
1
1
1

RAD703A
RAD705A
RAD710A
RAD720A
RAD730A
RAD740A
RAD750A

Supplied with 2 x conduits each containing


4 mm2 x 3 singles, used to interconnect
between units within the 32 A range of products
03 m
05 m
1m
2m
3m
4m
5m

End cap
1

RAZ001A

Used to cover the end of the system

Socket colour : red


2 gang
3 gang
4 gang
Individually fused sockets standard / clean
bypass

1
1
1
1
1
1

RAD532A
RAD552A
RAD533A
RAD553A
RAD534A
RAD554A

Socket colour : grey


2 gang, 315 A fused socket
2 gang, 5 A fused sockets
3 gang, 315 A fused sockets
3 gang, 5 A fused sockets
4 gang, 315 A fused sockets
4 gang, 5 A fused sockets
Individually fused sockets clean / standard
bypass

1
1
1
1
1
1

RAD542A
RAD562A
RAD543A
RAD563A
RAD544A
RAD564A

Socket colour : red


2 gang, 315 A fused sockets
2 gang, 5 A fused sockets
3 gang, 315 A fused sockets
3 gang, 5 A fused sockets
4 gang, 315 A fused sockets
4 gang, 5 A fused sockets

For international socket modules


Contact us on +44 (0) 845 600 6266
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communications distribution

RAF101A

RAF210A

RAF107A

RAF214A

RAF104A

RAF213A

RAF108A

RAF215A

Dimensions and technical information (p. 15)


Flame retardant ABS modules
For connection within a power distribution system or for use as a stand-alone system
Pack

1
1
1
1

Cat. Nos.

RAF101A
RAF102A
RAF103A
RAF104A

CAT 5 communications modules

Pack

Cat. Nos.

In-line 4 way communications modules

For in-line connection with Rotasoc socket


modules. Rewirable
For 50 / 25 mm face plate
For 50 / 25 mm face plate with conduit entry
For 37 / 22 mm face plate
For 37 / 22 mm face plate with conduit entry

RAF107A
RAF108A

For in-line connection with Rotasoc socket


modules. Rewirable
For 37 / 22mm face plate
For 37 / 22mm face plate with conduit entry

RAF214A
RAF215A

Not compatible with Rotasoc socket modules


Rewirable
For 37 / 22 mm face plate
For 37 / 22 mm face plate with conduit entry

1
1

Standalone 4 way communications modules

Standalone 4 way communications modules

1
1
1
1

12

RAF210A
RAF211A
RAF212A
RAF213A

CAT 6 communications modules

In-line 4 way communications modules

Not compatible with Rotasoc socket modules


Rewirable
For 50 / 25 mm face plate
For 50 / 25 mm face plate with conduit entry
For 37 / 22 mm face plate
For 37 / 22 mm face plate with conduit entry

1
1

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desktop units

RAK001

RAK011

RAL001

RAL002

RAL010

RAL011

Dimensions and technical information (p. 16)


Rotasoc offers a complementary range of desktop units which are shrouded in aluminium
Units connect to the under-desk system with an interconnection lead, or stand alone with a BS 1363 13 A fused plug
Pack

Cat. Nos.

Horizontal desktop units

Pack

Cat. Nos.

Pre-wired with 1m 16 A Rotasoc


interconnection lead
1
1
1
1
1
1

RAK001
RAK002
RAK003
RAK010
RAK011
RAK012

2 gang individually 315 A fused sockets


3 gang individually 315 A fused sockets
4 gang individually 315 A fused sockets
2 gang unfused sockets
3 gang unfused sockets
4 gang unfused sockets
Pre-wired with 3m power cable and
BS 1363 plug

1
1
1
1
1
1

RAK020
RAK021
RAK022
RAK030
RAK031
RAK032

Vertical desktop units


Units secured with M 10 bolt through desktop

Units clamp on to desktop

Standard grey sockets 2P + E


1

RAL001

RAL002

RAL010

RAL011

2 gang individually 315 A fused sockets with


3 m power cable and BS 1363 plug
3 gang individually 315 A fused sockets with
1 m interconnection lead
Low noise red sockets 2P + CE
2 gang individually 315 A fused sockets with
3 m power cable and BS 1363 plug
3 gang individually 315 A fused sockets with
1 m interconnection lead

2 gang individually 315 A fused sockets


3 gang individually 315 A fused sockets
4 gang individually 315 A fused sockets
2 gang unfused sockets
3 gang unfused sockets
4 gang unfused sockets

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technical information

Power distribution modules


16 A in-feed module

953
331 high

BS 1362 protection module

793
561 high

2 gang socket module

131
329 high

All dimensions (mm) are nominal

14

32 A in-feed module

16 A and 32 A filter module

1625
52 high

117
36 high

MCB, RCD protection module

1625
816 high

3 gang socket module

1909
329 high

End cap

245
31 high

16 A and 32 A interconnection

448

445
357 high

4 gang socket module

2508
329 high

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Communications distribution modules


Standalone data module

Data module (Connects to power module)

Data module fixing hole under


cable / conduit grip

246

1622

1622

85

85

1717
413 high

1953
413 High

Example
16 A unit comprising 16 A in-feed, 4 gang and 2 gang socket modules and end cap

953(1)

2508(1)

131(1)

245

5016
(1) Fixing hole dimensions

integral touch-proof fusing

BS 5733
BSI Kitemark
Certified
KM 56418

Patented rotational socket (GB 2330700)


and patented locking fuse (GB 2330955)
Other international patents pending

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technical information (continued)

Desktop units
Horizontal units

Desktop unit connecting directly into under-desk socket module


Brackets fit desktop thickness 20 mm to 35 mm
Other brackets to customer specification
Desktop unit connecting to power via BS 1363 plug

Vertical units

2 gang 205 mm high


3 gang 265 mm high

Vertical desktop unit is secured with M 10


bolt through desktop

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installation and configuration

Installation
To connect and disconnect Rotasoc modules
1. Connection / disconnection to be made by a competent person
2. Check that both male and female ends have the same colour coded busbar
shield
3. Turn modules over and release the red cam-lock lever with a small
screwdriver into the upright position
4. Locate male and female ends and push together until fully
closed

5. Press the red cam-lock lever


over until flush with the casing to
lock the modules together
6. To disconnect, reverse the procedure

To fix modules to surface


1. Flip up all rubber screw cover caps with a
flat blade screwdriver
2. Insert through all fixing holes no. 8 pozi-pan
screw or M4 bolt to required length
3. Tighten screw / bolt down to mounting
surface
4. Push rubber screw cover caps down

17

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installation and configuration (continued)

Coloured busbar shield system


Standard system

White

White

Low noise / clean


earth system

Red

Red

Dual circuit
system

Red

White

When connecting modules together, ensure that the coloured busbar shields are colour
matched and correctly aligned. Do not connect modules if shields are of different colours

Important warnings
A. Isolation
Isolate the circuit supply from mains
Isolate circuit if connecting and disconnecting
modules to live infeed
B. Installation and testing
The system should be installed, tested and
maintained by a qualified electrician or competent
person in accordance with BS 7671 : 2008 (IEE
Wiring Regulations) and BS 6396 Electrical
Equipment within Office Furniture
C. Protection
The circuit must be protected by a suitably rated
fuse or circuit breaker in accordance with the above

Product configuration
1. Select the type of distribution system standard, or low noise / clean earth or dual circuit
2. Select the means of powering the system cable or power track tap-off
3. Select the type of in-feed module to match the cable capacity 16 A or 32 A
4. Select the means of protection, if required
5. Select the number of socket modules from the 2, 3 or 4 gang range (individually fused or non-fused)
6. Select the interconnection units if required
7. Finish system with the end cap
(All modules push fit and lock together on-site or can be factory assembled to customer requirement)

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Floor grommet

Tap-off

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llllllll
lllllllllllllll
Underfloor power track

18

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lllll
32 A in-feed connected to tap-off and
left underfloor until required

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lllllll

Raised floor

l ll l
l l l l ll

ll l l

ll l

In-feed and power module push


together and lock with cam lock
lever

Tap-off and in-feed pulled through floor


grommet after testing and when required

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technical information

Testing and accreditation

British standards
BS 6396 : 2008 Electrical Systems in Office Furniture and Office
Screens
BS 7671 : 2008 Requirements for Electrical Installation
(IEE Wiring Regulations 17th Edition)

Electrical test data


Rated current
Rated voltage
Frequency

up to 32 A
230 V ~
50/60 Hz

Electricity at Work Regulations 1989


Health and Safety Legislation

Conductor resistance at 20C


2 socket module
3 socket module
4 socket module

Below is a brief outline of the main criteria within the standards :

06 m
09 m
12 m

BS 6396 : 2008 was published with regard to the use of electrical


equipment within general office furniture and screens. This standard
sets out in its scope the use and testing of electrical socket outlets
and associated wiring when used together with a 13 A BS 1363 fused
plug and makes provision for the routing of cables through furniture
A note on individual socket fusing - BS 6396 Compliance :
The standard requires individual socket fusing (as per the table below)

Volt drop
Live and neutral
2 socket module
3 socket module
4 socket module
Protection module
In-feeds :
16 A
+15 mm2
32 A
+4 mm2
Interconnections :
16 A / 32 A
+15 mm2
+4 mm2

12 m V/A
18 m V/A
24 m V/A
40 m V/A

Total number of
sockets
2, 3 or 4
5 or 6

BS 7671 : 2008 (17th Edition). The Health and Safety Executive states
that installations which conform to the standards laid down in
BS 7671 : 2008 are regarded by the HSE as likely to achieve
conformity with the relevant parts of The Electricity at Work
Regulations 1989

60 m V/A
29 m V/Am
25 m V/A
11 m V/Am

Special note should be taken of Regulation 543.7 within


BS 7671 : 2008 earthing requirements for the installation of
equipment having high protective conductor currents

20 m V/A
29 m V/Am
11 m V/Am

Regulation 543.7 has particular importance when there is a


requirement for a quantity of information technology equipment being
supplied from a final circuit in a location where the protective current
exceeds 10 mA in normal use. Due to current in the protective
conductor arising from the use of IT equipment, there is a requirement
to provide a mechanically protected 4 mm2 conductor (543.7.1.3(ii)).
Rotasoc achieves this when wired in accordance with the installation
sheets by providing mechanically protected 5 mm2 earth conductors
within the product
NOTE :
Rotating sockets are for direction use only, not continuous rotation

Earth fault loop impedance


2 socket module
3 socket module
4 socket module
Protection module
In-feeds :
16 A
+15 mm2
32 A
+4 mm2
Interconnections :
16 A/32 A
+15 mm2
+4 mm2

Individually fused
at
5A
315 A

12 m
18 m
24 m
40 m
60 m
29 m/m
25 m
11 m/m

BS 5733

20 m
29 m/m
11 m/m

Conform to BS 5733 and the relevant parts of BS 1363 part 2


Manufactured within an approved ISO 9001 : 2008 facility
Quality assurance certificate No. 10270

Material specification
Module housing
Socket outlets
Busbars and socket rings
Other metalwork

V flame retardant ABS


polycarbonate
high conductivity copper C101
phosphor bronze PB102

Mechanical data
Number of conductors
Busbar conductor cross-sectional area
16 A rewirable in-feed terminal capacity
32 A rewirable in-feed terminal capacity

3-6
5 mm2
15 mm2
6 mm2

19

Electrak contact details


Quotations and Technical Support:
The Power Distribution Division of
Legrand Electric Ltd.
Arena Park, Dial Lane,
West Bromwich
West Midlands, B70 0EB
Tel: +44 (0) 845 600 6266
Fax: +44 (0) 845 600 6760
E-mail: powersales.uk@legrand.co.uk
Customer Services:
The Power Distribution Division of
Legrand Electric Ltd.
No. 1 Industrial Estate
Medomsley Road, Consett,
County Durham, DH8 6SR
Tel: +44 (0) 845 600 6266
Fax: +44 (0) 845 600 6366
E-mail: powersales.uk@legrand.co.uk
Accounts:
The Power Distribution Division of
Legrand Electric Ltd
Great King Street North,
Birmingham, B19 2LF

Distributor:

Head Office (UK and Ireland):


Great King Street North, Birmingham, B19 2LF
Tel: +44 (0) 870 608 9000
Fax: +44 (0) 870 608 9004
Website: www.legrand.co.uk

This document is printed on sustainably sourced paper. Please recycle.

The Electrak and Legrand logos are registered


trademarks of the Legrand group of companies.

03129 - rotasoc 11/2010.7.5K

Tel: +44 (0) 870 608 9000


Fax: +44 (0) 870 608 9004

The Electrak range


the route to total cable management

Electrak manufactures a comprehensive range of high quality


systems for the safe and reliable distribution of power,
voice and data services throughout all types of building
from the floor to ceiling. Precision engineered to give a
durable and attractive finish, Electrak products include:
Underfloor Power Track
Access Floor Service Outlet Boxes
Access Floor Grommet Outlets

Quick Fit Consett Range Floor Service


Outlet Boxes and underfloor Power Track

Modular Desk and Screen Power,


Data and Telecom Outlet Units
Busbar Trunking Lighting and Power
Distribution Systems
Busbar Trunking with Integral
Communication Bus Circuit
Rotasoc, a range of modular desk and
screen power, telecom and data units
(360 rotating sockets)

Lightrak EIB Electronic Lighting


Control System
Electrical Accessories
A design and quotation service is available to help you
achieve the optimum use of the Electrak range of products.

Lightrak EIB Lighting Control System


with Busbar Trunking Lighting and Power
Distribution System

Lighting and Power Distribution Systems


with Integral Communication Bus

Services pass through access floor


grommet outlet to workstation power,
telecom and data

www.electrak.co.uk
Electrak International Limited No.1 Industrial Estate Medomsley Road Consett Co. Durham DH8 6SR
Tel: +44 (0) 1207 503400 Fax: +44 (0) 1207 501799 Email: sales@electrak.co.uk

Because of their policy of continuous improvement, Electrak reserves the right to change product specification without notice.

63mm

The Roshni Low Profile (RoLP) is the fire alarm markets leading
conventional sounder, although it finds uses in much wider
applications such as security, general signalling and process
alarms. The wide operating voltage and range of tones available to
the user make this flexible sounder supremely adaptable in even
its most basic forms.

Voltage

9 - 28Vdc (*1)

Current

16mA (Typical Tone 3)

Sound Output

102dB(A) (Typical Tone 3)

Tones

32

Volume Control

20dB

Monitoring

Reverse polarity

Temperature

- 25C to + 70C

Protection

IP54 (s)*

HIGH SOUND OUTPUT

Construction

ABS

LOW CURRENT CONSUMPTION

Weight

0.25Kg

32 TONES (USER SELECTABLE)

Colours

Red or white

AUTOMATIC SYNCHRONISATION
VOLUME CONTROL
SECOND TONE FOR TWO STAGE ALARMS
LOCKABLE BASE
SUITABLE FOR OUTDOOR USE

14

Specification

(*1) 110 to 230Vac with powered base


(s)* Shallow Base
(d)* Deep / U Base

IP65 (d)*

93mm

STANDARD SOUNDER

DEEP / U BASE

FIRE

RoLP

SHALLOW BASE

93mm

OPALTM Detector range


Data Sheet

The revolutionary OPAL range delivers a totally new detector


platform incorporating an advanced digital protocol. The
advanced protocol delivers more devices on the loop and gives
greater control, configurability and device management whilst
enabling the overall system to be optimised to the location and
use of the building with far greater flexibility than ever before.

Features
Available with or without short circuit isolation
New advanced Opal protocol allows mapping of the loop for
precise fault location using isolators
Tri colour LED offering red, green and amber colours
Rotary decade address switches
Pure white colour to complement modern buildings
100% mechanical and electrical backwards compatibility
New base design to complement the detector and ease
installation and wiring

of the new chamber and housing shape combination. Largescale integration of the all-new electronics, through the fully
automated surface mount PCB assembly, coupled with inline testing through the manufacturing process, laser PCB
cutting along with a completely new compound of plastic offers
improved quality and reliability.
All OPAL detectors are environmentally friendly and meet the
WEEE and RoHS legislative requirements, minimising end
of life disposal costs, and are mechanically and electrically
backwards compatible with existing devices.

Product Range
The family consists of six detection devices: three heat
detectors (58 and 78 fixed temperature, and rate of rise), an
optical smoke, a photo-thermal multi-sensor and our award
winning SMART3. All six devices come with or without electrical
short circuit isolation and the new Advanced Protocol. In
addition to the new family of devices, a new installation base
that makes the installation process far easier and quicker,
replaces the previous versions.

Technology Leadership
Opal incorporates major hardware and software technology
driven developments. A completely new optical chamber design
is proven in extensive testing to be more efficient, less liable
to false alarm due to dust and insects and less susceptible
to fault in high air velocities or back pressure. Extensive
hydrodynamic modelling has confirmed the greater efficiency
This document is not intended to be used for installation purposes. Every care has been taken in the preparation of this document but no liability
can be accepted for the use of the information therein. Design features may be changed or amended without prior notice.
For more information, contact:
NOTIFIER. Charles Avenue, Burgess Hill, West Sussex, RH15 9UF. United Kingdom
Phone: +44 (0) 1444 230 300 Fax: +44 (0) 1444 230 888

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ISO9001
Design, Manufacture and
Supply to Quality Management Systems Certified to
ISO9001:1994

www.notifierfiresystems.co.uk

OpalTM Photoelectric Smoke Detectors - NFX-OPT & NFXI-OPT


The Opal photoelectric smoke detector has a completely new detection chamber design, the result of many
years of research and development. This delivers improved responsiveness, reduced sensitivity changes caused
by settling dust and reduced false alarms resulting from ingress of insect and other debris. The plug-in unit uses
sophisticated processing circuitry that incorporates smoothing filters to help eliminate transient environmental
noise conditions that can be the cause of unwanted alarms. The devices are managed by embedded software
running complex algorithms that further improve resilience to false alarms and improve detection speed.
The Opal NFX-OPT has two integral tri-colour LEDs that provide 360 local visual indication of the device status.
The LEDs are programmable with static or blinking red, amber and green status indications available.

Specications

Opal NFX-OPT (without isolator)


Opal NFXI-OPT (with isolator)
Mechanical Specication

Electrical Specication
Opal NFX-OPT

Height:

52mm installed in B501AP base

Diameter:

102mm installed in B501AP base

Operating Voltage Range: 15 to 32Vdc

Weight:

97g (inc base)

Max Wire Gauge for


Terminals:

Max. Standby Current:

2.5mm2

200A @ 24Vdc (no communications) /


300A @ 24Vdc (LED blink enabled, once
every 5 seconds)

Colour:

White

Material:

PC/ABS

LED Current

3.5mA @ 24Vdc
7.0mA @ 24Vdc
10.5mA @ 24Vdc

Red:
Green:
Yellow:

Remote Output Voltage:

22.5Vdc @ 24Vdc

Remote Output Current:

10.8mA @ 24Vdc

Additional loop resistance


using the B501AP:
typ 20mohm (max 30 mohm)

Electrical Specication
Only found in Opal NFXI-OPT
Operating Voltage Range: 15 to 28.5Vdc
Isolation Current:

15mA @ 24Vdc

Maximum Continuous
Current:

1A (switch closed)

Additional loop resistance: typ 80mohm @ 24V


(max 170mohm @ 15V)

Environmental Specications
Temperature Range:

-30C to +70C

Humidity:

10 to 93% relative humidity


(non-condensing)

* When installed in a B501AP base

Do not install detectors in locations where normal ambient temperature exceeds 50C

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Section 6
Commissioning and
Test Certificates

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION CERTIFICATE

Issued in accordance with British Standard BS 7671 - Requirements for Electrical Installations

9283/ICR2/3

Certificate Reference:

DETAILS OF THE CLIENT

Client Address:

Skansen, Aldermary House, 10-15 Queen Street, London, EC4N 1TX

DETAILS OF THE INSTALLATION

Installation Address:
Extent of the
installation covered
by this certificate:

Installation Works to 4th & 5th Floors Tenants

The installation is:

Burberry, St Albans House, 57-59 Haymarket, London, SW1Y 4QX

New

N/A

An addition

N/A

An alteration

DESIGN

I/We being the person(s) responsible for the design of the electrical installation (as indicated by my/our signatures below),
particulars of which are described above, having exercised reasonable skill and care when carrying out the design, hereby CERTIFY
that the design work for which I/we have been reponsible is to the best of my/our knowledge and belief in accordance with BS
7671:2008, amended to 2011 except for the departures, if any, detailed as follows.
Details of departures from BS 7671 (Regulations 120.3 and 134.1.8):

N/A

The extent of liability of the signatory/signatories is limited to the work described above as the subject of this certificate.
For the DESIGN of the installation:
Name:

N/a

Position:

N/A

Signature:

N/A

Date:

N/A

N/A

Signature:

N/A

Date:

N/A

Where there is divided responsibility for the design:


Name:

N/a

Position:

CONSTRUCTION

I/We being the person(s) responsible for the construction of the electrical installation (as indicated by my/our signatures below),
particulars of which are described above, having exercised reasonable skill and care when carrying out the construction, hereby
CERTIFY that the construction work for which I/we have been reponsible is to the best of my/our knowledge and belief in
accordance with BS 7671:2008, amended to 2011 except for the departures, if any, detailed as follows.
Details of departures from BS 7671 (Regulations 120.3 and 134.1.8):

N/A

The extent of liability of the signatory/signatories is limited to the work described above as the subject of this certificate.
For the CONSTRUCTION of the installation:
Name:

N/a

Position:

N/A

Signature:

N/A

Date:

N/A

INSPECTION AND TESTING

I/We being the person(s) responsible for the inspection and testing of the electrical installation (as indicated by my/our
signatures below), particulars of which are described above, having exercised reasonable skill and care when carrying out the
inspection and testing, hereby CERTIFY that the inspection and testing work for which I/we have been reponsible is to the best of
my/our knowledge and belief in accordance with BS 7671:2008, amended to 2011 except for the departures, if any, detailed as
follows.
Details of departures from BS 7671 (Regulations 120.3 and 134.1.8):

N/A

The extent of liability of the signatory/signatories is limited to the work described above as the subject of this certificate.
For the INSPECTION AND TESTING of the installation:
Name:

N/a

Position:

N/A

Signature:

N/A

Date:

N/A

N/A

Signature:

N/A

Date:

N/A

Report reviewed and confirmed by:


Name:

N/a

Position:

DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, INSPECTION AND TESTING

I/We being the person(s) responsible for the design, construction, inspection and testing of the electrical installation (as indicated
by my/our signatures below), particulars of which are described above, having exercised reasonable skill and care when carrying
out the design, construction, inspection and testing, hereby CERTIFY that the design work for which I/we have been reponsible is to
the best of my/our knowledge and belief in accordance with BS 7671:2008, amended to 2011 except for the departures, if any,
detailed as follows.
Details of departures from BS 7671 (Regulations 120.3 and 134.1.8):

NONE

The extent of liability of the signatory/signatories is limited to the work described above as the subject of this certificate.
For the DESIGN, the CONSTRUCTION, and the INSPECTION AND TESTING of the installation:
Name:

R Howlett

Position:

Engineer

Signature:

Date:

08/05/2012

Qualified Supervisor

Signature:

Date:

08/05/2012

Report reviewed and confirmed by:


Name:

T Sheehan

Position:

NEXT INSPECTION

I/We the designer(s), RECOMMEND that this installation is further inspected and tested after an
interval of not more than:
This form is based on the model shown in Appendix 6 of BS 7671:2008 amended 2011.

3 Years
Page: 1 of 13

DETAILS OF THE ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR


PIP ELECTRICS LIMITED

Trading Title:

Design (1)
Address:

Fenton House, Fenton Way


Southfields Business Park
Basildon, Essex
Postcode:

9970

Telephone Number:

01268 541651

SS15 6TD

N/A

Trading Title:

Design (2)

Registration Number
(if applicable):

Address:

Registration Number
(if applicable):
Telephone Number:
Postcode:
Trading Title:

Construction
Address:

PIP ELECTRICS LIMITED

Fenton House, Fenton Way


Southfields Business Park
Basildon, Essex
Postcode:

Inspection
and Testing

Telephone Number:

01268 541651

Registration Number
(if applicable):

9970

Telephone Number:

01268 541651

SS15 6TD

Fenton House, Fenton Way


Southfields Business Park
Basildon, Essex
Postcode:

9970

PIP ELECTRICS LIMITED

Trading Title:

Address:

Registration Number
(if applicable):

SS15 6TD

SUPPLY CHARACTERISTICS AND EARTHING ARRANGEMENTS

TN-S

N/A

TN-C-S

TNC

N/A

TT

N/A

IT

Nature of Supply
Parameters

Number and Type of Live Conductors

System
Type(s)

N/A

1-phase
(2 wire):
2-phase
(3 wire):
3-phase
(3 wire):

ac:

N/A

1-phase
(3 wire):

N/A 2 pole: N/A

N/A
3-phase

N/A (4 wire):

N/A

dc:

3 pole:

N/A

Other:

N/A

Other:

Confirmation of supply polarity:

Nominal
U: 400 V Uo:
voltage(s):

230 V

Characteristics of
Primary Supply
Overcurrent Protective
Device(s)

50 Hz BS(EN):

LIM

Prospective fault
current, lpf:

LIM kA Type:

LIM

External earth fault


loop impedance, Ze:

LIM Rated current:

Nominal frequency, f:

Number of supplies:

Short-circuit
capacity:

400

LIM

kA

10 PARTICULARS OF INSTALLATION AT THE ORIGIN


Means of Earthing
Distributor's
facility:
Installation
N/A
earth electrode:

Maximum Demand (Load):


Type
BS(EN):
Number of
poles:
Supply
conductors
material:
Supply
conductors
csa:

Details of Installation Earth Electrode (where applicable)


Type:
Electrode
resistance, RA:

N/A

300 Amps

N/A

Location:

N/A

Method of
measurement:

N/A

Protective measure(s) against electric shock:

Main Switch or Circuit-Breaker


60947-3 Isolator Voltage rating:

600

300

LIM

Rated
current, ln:

LIM

RCD operating
current:

N/A mA

RCD operating
mm2 time:

N/A ms

240

ADS

Earthing and Protective Bonding Conductors


Earthing conductor
Continuity &
Conductor
Conductor 95 mm2 connection
Copper
material:
csa:
verified:
Main protective bonding conductors
Continuity &
Conductor
Conductor
2 connection
mm
Copper
95
material:
csa:
verified:
Bonding of extraneous-conductive parts
Water
Gas
Oil
Lightning
service:
service:
service: N/A protection:
Structural
Other incoming
LIM service(s):
Steel:

9
9
N/A

11 COMMENTS ON EXISTING INSTALLATION


NONE
This form is based on the model shown in Appendix 6 of BS 7671:2008 amended 2011.

Ref: 9283/ICR2/3

Page: 2 of 13

12 SCHEDULE OF ITEMS INSPECTED


Methods of protection against electric shock
Both basic and fault protection:

N/A

(i) SELV

N/A

(ii) PELV

N/A

(iii) Double or Reinforced Insulation

Basic protection:

9
9

(i) Insulation of live parts

N/A

(iii) Obstacles **

N/A

(iv) Placing out of reach **

(ii) Barriers or enclosures

Fault protection:
(i) Automatic disconnection of supply

9
9
9

Presence of earthing conductor


Presence of circuit protective conductors
Presence of main protective bonding conductors

N/A

Presence of earthing arrangements for combined


protective and functional purposes
Presence of adequate arrangements for alternative
source(s), where applicable

N/A

FELV

Choice and setting of protective and monitoring devices


(for fault protection and/or overcurrent protection)

N/A

(ii) Non-conducting location **

N/A

Absence of protective conductors

(iii) Earth-free local equipotential bonding **

N/A

Presence of earth-free local equipotential bonding

(iv) Electrical Separation

N/A

Provided for one item of current-using equipment

N/A

Provided for more than one item of current-using


equipment **

Additional protection:

N/A

Presence of residual current device(s)

Presence of supplementary bonding conductors

Prevention of mutual detrimental influence


(a) Proximity of non-electrical services and other
influences
N/A (b) Segregation of Band I and Band II circuits or use of
Band II insulation

N/A

(c) Segregation of safety circuits

Identification
Presence of diagrams, instructions, circuit charts and
similar information

9
9
9
9

Presence of danger notices and other warning notices


Labelling of protective devices, switches and terminals
Identification of conductors

Cables and Conductors


Selection of conductors for current carrying capacity and
voltage drop

9
9
9
9

N/A

9
9

Erection methods
Routing of cables in prescribed zones or within
mechanical protection
Cables incorporating earthed armour or sheath, or run
within an earthed wiring system, or otherwise adequately
protected against nails, screws and the like
Additional protection provided by 30mA RCD for cables in
concealed walls (where required in premises not under
the supervision of skilled or instructed persons)
Connection of conductors

Presence of fire barriers, suitable seals and protection


against thermal effects
General
Presence and correct location of appropriate devices for
isolation and switching
Adequacy of access to switchgear and other equipment

9
9

N/A

9
9

Particular protective measures for special installations


and locations
Connection of single-pole devices for protection or
switching in line conductors only
Correct connection of accessories and equipment

N/A

Presence of undervoltage protective devices

9
9

Selection of equipment and protective measures


appropriate to external influences

Protection against direct contact by barrier or enclosure


provided during erection

N/A

Insulation of non-conducting floors or walls

9
9
9

Polarity

N/A

Operation of residual current device(s)

9
9

Functional testing of assemblies

Selection of appropriate functional switching devices

** For use in controlled supervised/conditions only

13 SCHEDULE OF ITEMS TESTED


LIM

External earth fault loop impedance, Ze

N/A

Installation earth electrode resistance, RA

9
9
9
9
9

Continuity of protective conductors


Continuity of ring final circuit conductors
Insulation resistance between live conductors
Insulation resistance between live conductors and earth
Protection by separation of circuits

Earth fault loop impedance, Zs


Verification of phase sequence

Verification of voltage drop

All boxes must be completed. 'tick' indicates that an inspection or test was carried out and that the result was satisfactory. 'X' indicates than an
inspection or test was carried out and the result is not satisfactory. 'N/A' indicates that an inspection or test was not applicable to the particular
installation. 'LIM' indicates that, exceptionally, a limitation agreed with the person ordering the work prevented the inspection or test being carried
out.

This form is based on the model shown in Appendix 6 of BS 7671:2008 amended 2011.

Ref: 9283/ICR2/3

Page: 3 of 13

14 CIRCUIT DETAILS
Distribution board designation:

Location:

Number of
points served

Type No

Rating

Short-circuit
Capacity

Operating
current

Maximum Zs
permitted by BS7671

LIGHTING - OFFICE

2.5

2.5

0.4

3871

10

10

N/A

2.30

LIGHTING - OFFICE

2.5

2.5

0.4

3871

10

10

N/A

2.30

LIGHTING - SUPPORT & OFFICE

2.5

2.5

0.4

3871

10

10

N/A

2.30

LIGHTING - OFFICE

2.5

2.5

0.4

3871

10

10

N/A

2.30

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

3871

10

10

N/A

2.30

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

3871

10

10

N/A

2.30

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

3871

10

10

N/A

2.30

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

3871

10

10

N/A

2.30

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

3871

10

10

N/A

2.30

10

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

3871

10

10

N/A

2.30

11

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

3871

10

10

N/A

2.30

12

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

3871

10

10

N/A

2.30

13

BLANK

14

BLANK

15

BLANK

16

BLANK

17

BLANK

18

BLANK

19

BLANK

20

BLANK

21

BLANK

22

BLANK

23

BLANK

24

BLANK

Circuit number
and phase

Reference Method

4TH FLOOR LIGHTING WEST RISER

Type of wiring

Circuit
conductors:
csa

Circuit designation

Live

cpc

mm2 mm2

Max disconnect time


permitted by BS7671

TW4/L

Overcurrent protective
devices

BS(EN)

RCD

kA

mA

Type of Wiring O-Other:

15 BOARD CHARACTERISTICS
APPLIES WHEN THE BOARD IS NOT CONNECTED TO THE ORIGIN OF THE INSTALLATION

RISING MAIN TAP OFF

Supply to this distribution board is from:


Overcurrent protective device
for the distribution circuit:

BS(EN):

1361

RCD

BS(EN):

N/A

No of phases:

Zs:

0.07 lpf: 3.25 kA

100 A

Rating:

N/A

No of poles:

RCD operating
times
This form is based on the model shown in Appendix 6 of BS 7671:2008 amended 2011.
Confirmation of supply polarity

At ln:

N/A ms

Nominal
Voltage:

230 V

Rating:

N/A mA

At 5ln:

Ref: 9283/ICR2/3

N/A ms

Page: 4 of 13

16 TEST RESULTS
Insulation resistance
(record lower or lowest value)

Circuit number
and phase

Circuit impedances (Ohms)


Ring final circuits only
(measured end to end)
r1
rn
r2
(Line) (Neutral) (cpc)

Location:

TW4/L

All circuits
(one column to
be completed)
R1+R2

R2

4TH FLOOR LIGHTING WEST RISER

Maximum
measured
earth fault
loop
Polarity
Line/ Neutral/
impedance
Earth
Earth
Zs

Line/
Line

Line/
Neutral

9
9
9
9

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.48

N/A

N/A

> 299

> 299

> 299

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.59

N/A

N/A

>299

>299

>299

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.49

N/A

N/A

>299

>299

>299

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.68

N/A

N/A

>299

>299

>299

RCD Operating
times
Test button
operation

Distribution board designation:

At ln

At 5 ln

ms

ms

0.27

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.41

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.46

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.37

N/A

N/A

N/A

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

17 DETAILS OF TEST INSTRUMENTS

Details of Test Instruments used (state serial and/or asset numbers):

Multi-functional:

MFT12

Earth electrode resistance:

N/A

Insulation resistance:

MFT12

Earth fault loop impedance:

MFT12

Continuity:

MFT12

RCD:

MFT12

18 TESTED BY
Name:

J Forsyth

Position:

Electrician

Signature:

This form is based on the model shown in Appendix 6 of BS 7671:2008 amended 2011.

Date:
Ref: 9283/ICR2/3

08/05/2012
Page: 5 of 13

CIRCUIT DETAILS
Distribution board designation:

Location:

Number of
points served

Type No

Rating

Short-circuit
Capacity

Operating
current

Maximum Zs
permitted by BS7671

KITCHEN RING CIRCUIT

2.5

2.5

0.4

61009

32

10

30

0.72

ZIP TAP

2.5

2.5

0.4

3871

16

10

N/A

1.44

OFFICE SOCKET OUTLETS - RING

2.5

2.5

0.4

61009

32

10

30

0.72

UNDERFLOOR POWER TRACK

0.4

3871

32

10

N/A

0.72

UNDERFLOOR POWER TRACK

0.4

3871

32

10

N/A

0.72

OFFICE SOCKET OUTLETS - RING

2.5

2.5

0.4

61009

32

10

30

0.72

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

61009

32

10

30

0.72

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

61009

32

10

30

0.72

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

61009

32

10

30

0.72

10

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

61009

32

10

30

0.72

11

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

61009

32

10

30

0.72

12

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

61009

32

10

30

0.72

13

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

3871

32

10

N/A

0.72

14

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

3871

50

10

N/A

0.92

15

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

3871

32

10

N/A

0.72

16

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

3871

16

10

N/A

2.87

17

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

3871

50

10

N/A

0.92

18

BLANK

19

BLANK

20

BLANK

21

BLANK

22

BLANK

23

BLANK

24

BLANK

Circuit number
and phase

Reference Method

4TH FLOOR POWER WEST RISER

Type of wiring

Circuit
conductors:
csa

Circuit designation

Live

cpc

mm2 mm2

Max disconnect time


permitted by BS7671

TW4/P

Overcurrent protective
devices

BS(EN)

RCD

kA

mA

Type of Wiring O-Other:

BOARD CHARACTERISTICS
APPLIES WHEN THE BOARD IS NOT CONNECTED TO THE ORIGIN OF THE INSTALLATION

RISING MAIN TAP OFF

Supply to this distribution board is from:


Overcurrent protective device
for the distribution circuit:

BS(EN):

1361

RCD

BS(EN):

N/A

No of phases:

Zs:

0.07 lpf: 3.25 kA

100 A

Rating:

N/A

No of poles:

RCD operating
times
This form is based on the model shown in Appendix 6 of BS 7671:2008 amended 2011.
Confirmation of supply polarity

At ln:

N/A ms

Nominal
Voltage:

230 V

Rating:

N/A mA

At 5ln:

Ref: 9283/ICR2/3

N/A ms

Page: 6 of 13

TEST RESULTS

Circuit number
and phase

r1
rn
r2
(Line) (Neutral) (cpc)

All circuits
(one column to
be completed)
R1+R2

4TH FLOOR POWER WEST RISER

Insulation resistance
(record lower or lowest value)

Circuit impedances (Ohms)


Ring final circuits only
(measured end to end)

Location:

TW4/P

R2

Maximum
measured
earth fault
loop
Polarity
Line/ Neutral/
impedance
Earth
Earth
Zs

Line/
Line

Line/
Neutral

9
9
9
9
9
9

0.33

0.33

0.26

0.26

N/A

N/A

> 299

> 299

> 299

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.36

N/A

N/A

> 299

> 299

> 299

0.44

0.44

0.44

0.26

N/A

N/A

> 299

> 299

> 299

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.15

N/A

N/A

> 299

> 299

> 299

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.15

N/A

N/A

> 299

> 299

> 299

0.14

0.14

0.14

0.10

N/A

N/A

> 299

> 299

> 299

RCD Operating
times
Test button
operation

Distribution board designation:

At ln

At 5 ln

ms

ms

0.20

121.0

17.2

0.20

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.24

109.0

16.2

0.27

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.22

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.20

89.9

16.6

7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

DETAILS OF TEST INSTRUMENTS


Details of Test Instruments used (state serial and/or asset numbers):
Multi-functional:

MFT12

Earth electrode resistance:

N/A

Insulation resistance:

MFT12

Earth fault loop impedance:

MFT12

Continuity:

MFT12

RCD:

MFT12

TESTED BY
Name:

J Forsyth

Position:

Electrician

Signature:

This form is based on the model shown in Appendix 6 of BS 7671:2008 amended 2011.

Date:
Ref: 9283/ICR2/3

08/05/2012
Page: 7 of 13

CIRCUIT DETAILS
Distribution board designation:

Location:

Number of
points served

Type No

Rating

Short-circuit
Capacity

Operating
current

Maximum Zs
permitted by BS7671

LIGHTING - OFFICE

2.5

2.5

0.4

3871

10

10

N/A

2.30

LIGHTING - OFFICE

2.5

2.5

0.4

3871

10

10

N/A

2.30

LIGHTING - OFFICE

2.5

2.5

0.4

3871

10

10

N/A

2.30

LIGHTING - OFFICE

2.5

2.5

0.4

3871

10

10

N/A

2.30

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

3871

10

10

N/A

2.30

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

3871

10

10

N/A

2.30

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

3871

10

10

N/A

2.30

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

3871

10

10

N/A

2.30

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

3871

10

10

N/A

2.30

10

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

3871

10

10

N/A

2.30

11

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

3871

10

10

N/A

2.30

12

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

3871

10

10

N/A

2.30

13

BLANK

14

BLANK

15

BLANK

16

BLANK

17

BLANK

18

BLANK

19

BLANK

20

BLANK

21

BLANK

22

BLANK

23

BLANK

24

BLANK

Circuit number
and phase

Reference Method

5TH FLOOR LIGHTING WEST RISER

Type of wiring

Circuit
conductors:
csa

Circuit designation

Live

cpc

mm2 mm2

Max disconnect time


permitted by BS7671

TW5/L

Overcurrent protective
devices

BS(EN)

RCD

kA

mA

Type of Wiring O-Other:

BOARD CHARACTERISTICS
APPLIES WHEN THE BOARD IS NOT CONNECTED TO THE ORIGIN OF THE INSTALLATION
Supply to this distribution board is from:

LOCAL RISING BUSBAR TAP OFF

No of phases:

Overcurrent protective device


for the distribution circuit:

BS(EN):

LIM

Rating:

RCD

BS(EN):

N/A

No of poles:

RCD operating
times
This form is based on the model shown in Appendix 6 of BS 7671:2008 amended 2011.
Confirmation of supply polarity

Zs:

0.16 lpf: 1.76 kA

1
100 A
N/A

At ln:

N/A ms

Nominal
Voltage:

230 V

Rating:

N/A mA

At 5ln:

Ref: 9283/ICR2/3

N/A ms

Page: 8 of 13

TEST RESULTS
Insulation resistance
(record lower or lowest value)

Circuit number
and phase

Circuit impedances (Ohms)


Ring final circuits only
(measured end to end)
r1
rn
r2
(Line) (Neutral) (cpc)

Location:

TW5/L

All circuits
(one column to
be completed)
R1+R2

R2

5TH FLOOR LIGHTING WEST RISER

Maximum
measured
earth fault
loop
Polarity
Line/ Neutral/
impedance
Earth
Earth
Zs

Line/
Line

Line/
Neutral

9
9
9
9

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.28

N/A

N/A

> 299

> 299

> 299

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.64

N/A

N/A

> 299

> 299

> 299

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.54

N/A

N/A

> 299

> 299

> 299

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.40

N/A

N/A

> 299

> 299

> 299

RCD Operating
times
Test button
operation

Distribution board designation:

At ln

At 5 ln

ms

ms

0.29

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.39

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.83

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.31

N/A

N/A

N/A

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

DETAILS OF TEST INSTRUMENTS


Details of Test Instruments used (state serial and/or asset numbers):
Multi-functional:

MFT12

Earth electrode resistance:

N/A

Insulation resistance:

MFT12

Earth fault loop impedance:

MFT12

Continuity:

MFT12

RCD:

MFT12

TESTED BY
Name:

J Forsyth

Position:

Electrician

Signature:

This form is based on the model shown in Appendix 6 of BS 7671:2008 amended 2011.

Date:
Ref: 9283/ICR2/3

08/05/2012
Page: 9 of 13

CIRCUIT DETAILS
Distribution board designation:

Location:

Number of
points served

Type No

Rating

Short-circuit
Capacity

Operating
current

Maximum Zs
permitted by BS7671

KITCHEN SOCKETS & 1 X CLEANERS SOCKET

2.5

2.5

0.4

61009

32

10

30

0.72

ZIP TAP

2.5

2.5

0.4

3871

16

10

N/A

2.87

OFFICE SOCKETS RING

2.5

2.5

0.4

61009

32

10

30

0.72

UNDERFLOOR POWER TRACK

0.4

3871

32

10

N/A

0.72

UNDERFLOOR POWER TRACK

0.4

3871

32

10

N/A

0.72

OFFICE SOCKETS RING

2.5

2.5

0.4

61009

32

10

30

0.72

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

3871

32

10

N/A

0.72

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

3871

32

10

N/A

0.72

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

61009

32

10

30

0.72

10

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

61009

32

10

30

0.72

11

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

61009

32

10

30

0.72

12

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

61009

32

10

30

0.72

13

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

3871

50

10

N/A

0.92

14

BLANK

15

BLANK

16

BLANK

17

BLANK

18

BLANK

19

BLANK

20

BLANK

21

BLANK

22

BLANK

23

BLANK

24

BLANK

Circuit number
and phase

Reference Method

5TH FLOOR POWER WEST RISER

Type of wiring

Circuit
conductors:
csa

Circuit designation

Live

cpc

mm2 mm2

Max disconnect time


permitted by BS7671

TW5/P

Overcurrent protective
devices

BS(EN)

RCD

kA

mA

Type of Wiring O-Other:

BOARD CHARACTERISTICS
APPLIES WHEN THE BOARD IS NOT CONNECTED TO THE ORIGIN OF THE INSTALLATION
Supply to this distribution board is from:

LOCAL RISER BUSBAR TAP OFF

Overcurrent protective device


for the distribution circuit:

BS(EN):

1361

RCD

BS(EN):

N/A

No of phases:

Zs:

0.13 lpf: 1.76 kA

100 A

Rating:

N/A

No of poles:

RCD operating
times
This form is based on the model shown in Appendix 6 of BS 7671:2008 amended 2011.
Confirmation of supply polarity

At ln:

N/A ms

Nominal
Voltage:

230 V

Rating:

N/A mA

At 5ln:

N/A ms

Ref: 9283/ICR2/3 Page: 10 of 13

TEST RESULTS

Circuit number
and phase

r1
rn
r2
(Line) (Neutral) (cpc)

All circuits
(one column to
be completed)
R1+R2

5TH FLOOR POWER WEST RISER

Insulation resistance
(record lower or lowest value)

Circuit impedances (Ohms)


Ring final circuits only
(measured end to end)

Location:

TW5/P

R2

Maximum
measured
earth fault
loop
Polarity
Line/ Neutral/
impedance
Earth
Earth
Zs

Line/
Line

Line/
Neutral

9
9
9
9
9
9

0.26

0.26

0.26

0.14

N/A

N/A

> 299

> 299

> 299

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.28

N/A

N/A

> 299

> 299

> 299

0.45

0.45

0.45

0.22

N/A

N/A

> 299

> 299

> 299

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.15

N/A

N/A

>299

>299

>299

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.13

N/A

N/A

>299

>299

>299

0.20

0.20

0.20

0.10

N/A

N/A

> 299

> 299

> 299

RCD Operating
times
Test button
operation

Distribution board designation:

At ln

At 5 ln

ms

ms

0.19

120.0

16.8

0.22

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.24

100.0

16.9

0.21

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.21

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.17

89.5

16.4

7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

DETAILS OF TEST INSTRUMENTS


Details of Test Instruments used (state serial and/or asset numbers):
Multi-functional:

MFT12

Earth electrode resistance:

N/A

Insulation resistance:

MFT12

Earth fault loop impedance:

MFT12

Continuity:

MFT12

RCD:

MFT12

TESTED BY
Name:

J Forsyth

Position:

Electrician

Signature:

This form is based on the model shown in Appendix 6 of BS 7671:2008 amended 2011.

Date:

08/05/2012

Ref: 9283/ICR2/3 Page: 11 of 13

CIRCUIT DETAILS
Distribution board designation:

Location:

Number of
points served

Type No

Rating

Short-circuit
Capacity

Operating
current

Maximum Zs
permitted by BS7671

3 L1

REMOTE RACK 6TH FLOOR

0.4

60898

16

10

N/A

1.44

3 L2

REMOTE RACK 6TH FLOOR

0.4

60898

16

10

N/A

1.44

3 L3

REMOTE RACK 5TH FLOOR

0.4

60898

16

10

N/A

1.44

4 L1

REMOTE RACK 4TH FLOOR

0.4

60898

16

10

N/A

1.44

Circuit number
and phase

Reference Method

1ST FLOOR COMMS ROOM

Type of wiring

Circuit
conductors:
csa

Circuit designation

Live

cpc

mm2 mm2

Max disconnect time


permitted by BS7671

CP1

Overcurrent protective
devices

BS(EN)

RCD

kA

mA

1 L1
1 L2
1 L3
2 L1
2 L2
2 L3

4 L2
4 L3

Type of Wiring O-Other:

BOARD CHARACTERISTICS
APPLIES WHEN THE BOARD IS NOT CONNECTED TO THE ORIGIN OF THE INSTALLATION

CS1

Supply to this distribution board is from:


Overcurrent protective device
for the distribution circuit:

BS(EN):

60898-C

RCD

BS(EN):

N/A

No of phases:
Rating:

50

No of poles:

N/A

RCD operating
times
This form is based on the model shown in Appendix 6 of BS 7671:2008 amended 2011.
Confirmation of supply polarity

Zs:

0.18 lpf: 2.62 kA

At ln:

N/A ms

Nominal
Voltage:

230 V

Rating:

N/A mA

At 5ln:

N/A ms

Ref: 9283/ICR2/3 Page: 12 of 13

TEST RESULTS
Insulation resistance
(record lower or lowest value)

Circuit number
and phase

Circuit impedances (Ohms)


Ring final circuits only
(measured end to end)
r1
rn
r2
(Line) (Neutral) (cpc)

Location:

CP1

All circuits
(one column to
be completed)
R1+R2

R2

1ST FLOOR COMMS ROOM

Maximum
measured
earth fault
loop
Polarity
Line/ Neutral/
impedance
Earth
Earth
Zs

Line/
Line

Line/
Neutral

9
9

RCD Operating
times
Test button
operation

Distribution board designation:

At ln

At 5 ln

ms

ms

0.37

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.30

N/A

N/A

N/A

1 L1
1 L2
1 L3
2 L1
2 L2
2 L3
3 L1
3 L2
3 L3

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.44

N/A

N/A

> 299

> 299

> 299

4 L1

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.36

N/A

N/A

> 299

> 299

> 299

4 L2
4 L3

DETAILS OF TEST INSTRUMENTS


Details of Test Instruments used (state serial and/or asset numbers):
Multi-functional:

MFT12

Earth electrode resistance:

N/A

Insulation resistance:

MFT12

Earth fault loop impedance:

MFT12

Continuity:

MFT12

RCD:

MFT12

TESTED BY
Name:

J Forsyth

Position:

Electrician

Signature:

This form is based on the model shown in Appendix 6 of BS 7671:2008 amended 2011.

Date:

08/05/2012

Ref: 9283/ICR2/3 Page: 13 of 13

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION CERTIFICATE

GUIDANCE FOR RECIPIENT (to be appended to the Certificate)

This safety Certificate has been issued to confirm that the electrical installation work to which it relates
has been designed, constructed and inspected and tested in accordance with British Standard 7671 (as
amended) (The IET Wiring Regulations).
You should have received an original Certificate and the contractor should have retained a duplicate
Certificate. If you were the person ordering the work, but not the user of the installation, you should
pass this Certificate, or a full copy of it including the schedules, immediately to the user.
The 'original' Certificate should be retained in a safe place and be shown to any person inspecting or
undertaking further work on the electrical installation in the future. If you later vacate the property,
this Certificate will demonstrate to the new owner that the electrical installation complied with the
requirements of British Standard 7671 at the time the certificate was issued. The Construction (Design
and Management) Regulations require that for a project covered by those regulations, a copy of this
Certificate, together with schedules is included in the project health and safety documentation.
For safety reasons, the electrical installation will need to be inspected at appropriate intervals by a
competent person. The maximum time interval recommended before the next inspection it stated on
Page 2 under 'Next Inspection'.
This Certificate is intended to be issued only for a new electrical installation or new new work
associated with an alteration or addition to an existing installation. It should not have been issued for
the inspection of an existing electrical installation. An 'Electrical Installation Condition Report' should be
issued for such an inspection.
This Certificate is only valid if a Schedule of Inspections and Schedule of Test Results are appended.

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
CERTIFICATE

Certificate Reference:

9283/ICR2

Issued in accordance with British Standard BS 7671


Requirements for Electrical Installations

1. DETAILS OF THE CLIENT


Client Address:

Skansen, Aldermary House, 10-15 Queen Street, London, EC4N 1TX

2. DETAILS OF THE INSTALLATION

The installation is:

Installation
Address:
Extent of the
installation covered
by this certificate:

Burberry, St Albans House, 57-59 Haymarket, London, SW1Y 4QX

New

N/A

Installation Works to 6th Floor Tenants

An addition

N/A

An alteration

3. DESIGN
I/We, being the person(s) responsible for the design of the electrical installation (as indicated by my/our signature(s) below)
particulars of which are described above, having exercised reasonable skill and care when carrying out the design, hereby CERTIFY
that the design work for which I/we have been responsible is, to the best of my/our knowledge and belief,
in accordance with BS 7671:

N/A

N/A

amended to

except for the departures, detailed as follows:

Details of departures from BS 7671, as amended (Regulations 120.3, 133.5):

N/A

The extent of liability of the signatory/signatories is limited to the work described above as the subject of this certificate.
For the DESIGN of the installation:
Name:

Position:

N/A

N/A

Signature:

N/A

Date:

N/A

N/A

Signature:

N/A

Date:

N/A

Where there is divided responsibility for the design:

N/A

Name:

Position:

4. CONSTRUCTION
I/We, being the person(s) responsible for the construction of the electrical installation (as indicated by my/our signature(s) below)
particulars of which are described above, having exercised reasonable skill and care when carrying out the construction, hereby
CERTIFY that the construction work for which I/we have been responsible is, to the best of
my/our knowledge and belief, in accordance with BS 7671:
departures, if any, detailed as follows:

N/A

N/A

amended to

Details of departures from BS 7671, as amended (Regulations 120.3, 133.5):

except for the

N/A

The extent of liability of the signatory/signatories is limited to the work described above as the subject of this certificate.
For the CONSTRUCTION of the installation:
Name:

Position:

N/A

Signature:

N/A

N/A

Date:

N/A

5. INSPECTION AND TESTING


I/We, being the person(s) responsible for the inspection and testing of the electrical installation (as indicated by my/our
signature(s) below) particulars of which are described above, having exercised reasonable skill and care when carrying out the
inspection and testing, hereby CERTIFY that the work for which I/we have been responsible is to the best of my/our
knowledge and belief, in accordance with BS 7671:
departures, if any, detailed as follows:

N/A

N/A

amended to

Details of departures from BS 7671, as amended (Regulations 120.3, 133.5):

except for the

N/A

The extent of liability of the signatory/signatories is limited to the work described above as the subject of this certificate.
For the INSPECTION AND TESTING of the installation:
Name:

Position:

N/A

N/A

Signature:

N/A

Date:

N/A

N/A

Signature:

N/A

Date:

N/A

Report reviewed and confirmed by:


Name:

Position:

N/A

6. DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, INSPECTION AND TESTING


I/We, being the person(s) responsible for the design, construction, inspection and testing of the electrical installation (as indicated
by my/our signature(s) below) particulars of which are described above, having exercised reasonable skill and care when carrying
out the design, construction, inspection and testing, hereby CERTIFY that the said work for which I/We
have been responsible is to the best of my/our knowledge and belief, in accordance with BS 7671:

2011

2008

amended to

except for the departures, if any, detailed as follows:

Details of departures from BS 7671, as amended (Regulations 120.3, 133.5):

NONE

The extent of liability of the signatory/signatories is limited to the work described above as the subject of this certificate.
For the DESIGN, the CONSTRUCTION, and the INSPECTION AND TESTING of the installation:
Name:

R HOWLETT

Position:

Engineer

Signature:

Date:

22/03/2012

Qualified Supervisor

Signature:

Date:

22/11/2010

Report reviewed and confirmed by:


Name:

T Sheehan

Position:

This form is based on the model shown in Appendix 6 of BS 7671:2008 amended 2011.

Page: 1 of 13

7. DETAILS OF THE ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR


PIP ELECTRICS LIMITED

Trading Title:

DESIGN (1)
Address:

Fenton House, Fenton Way


Southfields Business Park
Basildon, Essex

Registration Number:

9970

Telephone Number:

01268 541651

SS15 6TD

Postcode:
Trading Title:

DESIGN (2)
Address:

Registration Number:
Telephone Number:
Postcode:
Trading Title:

CONSTRUCTION
Address:

PIP ELECTRICS LIMITED

Fenton House, Fenton Way


Southfields Business Park
Basildon, Essex

Telephone Number:

01268 541651

Registration Number:

9970

Telephone Number:

01268 541651

PIP ELECTRICS LIMITED

Trading Title:

Address:

9970

SS15 6TD

Postcode:
INSPECTION
AND TESTING

Registration Number:

Fenton House, Fenton Way


Southfields Business Park
Basildon, Essex
SS15 6TD

Postcode:

8. SUPPLY CHARACTERISTICS AND EARTHING ARRANGEMENTS


System Type(s)

TN-S

N/A

TN-C-S

TNC

N/A

TT
IT

1-phase
(2 wire):
2-phase
(3 wire):
3-phase
(3 wire):

N/A
N/A

Nature of Supply Parameters

Number and Type of Live Conductors

ac:

1-phase
(3 wire):

N/A

N/A 2 pole: N/A

N/A
3-phase
(4 wire):

N/A

N/A

dc:

3 pole:

N/A

Other:

N/A

External earth fault


loop impedance, Ze:
Number of supplies:

N/A

Other:

Characteristics of Primary

Supply Overcurrent
Nominal
Protective Device(s)
U: 400 V Uo: 230 V
voltage(s):
Nominal frequency, f:
50 Hz BS(EN):
LIM
Prospective fault
LIM kA Type:
LIM
current, lpf:

LIM Rated current:


1

Short-circuit
capacity:

400

LIM

kA

9. PARTICULARS OF INSTALLATION AT THE ORIGIN


Means of Earthing

Details of Installation Earth Electrode (where applicable)

Distributor's
facility:
Installation
earth electrode:

9
N/A

Maximum Demand (Load):


Type
BS(EN):
Number of
poles:
Supply
conductors
material:
Supply
conductors
csa:

Type:
Electrode
resistance, RA:

300 Amps

N/A

N/A

Location:

N/A

Method of
measurement:

N/A

Main Switch or Circuit-Breaker


60947-3 Isolator Voltage rating:

600

300

LIM

Rated
current, ln:

LIM

RCD operating
current:

N/A mA

RCD operating
mm2 time:

N/A ms

240

ADS

Protective measure(s) against electric shock:

Earthing and Protective Bonding Conductors


Earthing conductor

Conductor
material:

Copper

Conductor
csa:

95

Continuity
mm2 check:

95

Continuity
mm2 check:

Main protective bonding conductors

Conductor
material:

Copper

Conductor
csa:

Bonding of extraneous-conductive parts

Water service:
Gas service:

9
9

Oil service:
Structural Steel:

LIM

Lightning
protection:
Other services:

10. COMMENTS ON EXISTING INSTALLATION


Note: Enter 'NONE' or, where appropriate, the page number(s) of additional page(s) of comments on the
existing installation.

NONE

11. NEXT INSPECTION


I/We, the designer(s), RECOMMEND that this installation is further inspected and tested after an
interval of not more than:
This form is based on the model shown in Appendix 6 of BS 7671:2008 amended 2011.

3 Years
Ref: 9283/ICR2

Page: 2 of 13

12. SCHEDULE OF ITEMS INSPECTED


Methods of protection against electric shock
Basic and fault protection:

N/A

(i) SELV

N/A

(ii) PELV

Double or reinforced insulation:

N/A

(iii) Double or Reinforced Insulation

Basic protection:

9
N/A

(i) Insulation of
live parts
(iii) Obstacles **

(ii) Barriers or
enclosures

N/A

(iv) Placing out


of reach **

Fault protection:
(i) Automatic disconnection of supply

9
9
9

Presence of earthing conductor


Presence of circuit protective conductors
Presence of main protective bonding conductors

N/A

Presence of earthing arrangements for combined


protective and functional purposes
Presence of adequate arrangements for alternative
source(s), where applicable

N/A

FELV

Choice and setting of protective and monitoring devices


(for fault protection and/or overcurrent protection)

N/A

(ii) Non-conducting location **

N/A

Absence of protective conductors

(iii) Earth-free local equipotential bonding **

N/A

Presence of earth-free local equipotential bonding

(iv) Electrical Separation

N/A

Provided for one item of current-using equipment

N/A

Provided for more than one item of current-using


equipment **

Additional protection:

N/A

Presence of residual current device(s)

Presence of supplementary bonding conductors

** For use in controlled supervised/conditions only

13. SCHEDULE OF ITEMS TESTED


LIM

External earth fault loop impedance, Ze

N/A

Installation earth electrode resistance, RA

9
9
9
9
9

Continuity of protective conductors


Continuity of ring final circuit conductors
Insulation resistance between live conductors
Insulation resistance between live conductors and earth
Protection by separation of circuits

Prevention of mutual detrimental influence


(a) Proximity of non-electrical services and other
influences
N/A (b) Segregation of Band I and Band II circuits or use of
Band II insulation

N/A

(c) Segregation of safety circuits

Identification
Presence of diagrams, instructions, circuit charts and
similar information

9
9
9
9

Presence of danger notices and other warning notices


Labelling of protective devices, switches and terminals
Identification of conductors

Cables and Conductors


Selection of conductors for current carrying capacity and
voltage drop

9
9
9
9

N/A

9
9

Erection methods
Routing of cables in prescribed zones or within
mechanical protection
Cables incorporating earthed armour or sheath, or run
within an earthed wiring system, or otherwise adequately
protected against nails, screws and the like
Additional protection provided by 30mA RCD for cables in
concealed walls (where required in premises not under
the supervision of skilled or instructed persons)
Connection of conductors

Presence of fire barriers, suitable seals and protection


against thermal effects
General
Presence and correct location of appropriate devices for
isolation and switching
Adequacy of access to switchgear and other equipment

9
9

N/A

9
9

Particular protective measures for special installations


and locations
Connection of single-pole devices for protection or
switching in line conductors only
Correct connection of accessories and equipment

N/A

Presence of undervoltage protective devices

9
9
9

Selection of equipment and protective measures


appropriate to external influences

N/A

Insulation of non-conducting floors or walls

9
9
9

Polarity

N/A

Operation of residual current device(s)

9
9

Functional testing of assemblies

Selection of appropriate functional switching devices


Protection against direct contact by barrier or enclosure
provided during erection

Earth fault loop impedance, Zs


Verification of phase sequence

Verification of voltage drop

14. SCHEDULE OF ADDITIONAL RECORDS (See attached schedule)

Note: Additional page(s) must be identified by the Electrical


6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13
Installation Cert serial and page number(s).
All boxes must be completed. 'tick' indicates that an inspection or test was carried out and that the result was satisfactory. 'X' indicates than an
inspection or test was carried out and the result is not satisfactory. 'N/A' indicates that an inspection or test was not applicable to the particular
installation. 'LIM' indicates that, exceptionally, a limitation agreed with the person ordering the work prevented the inspection or test being carried
out.

This form is based on the model shown in Appendix 6 of BS 7671:2008 amended 2011.

Ref: 9283/ICR2

Page: 3 of 13

TO BE COMPLETED IN EVERY CASE


Location of distribution board:

6TH FLOOR LIGHTING


Distribution board designation:

TW6/L

TO BE COMPLETED ONLY IF THE DISTRIBUTION BOARD IS NOT CONNECTED


DIRECTLY TO THE ORIGIN OF THE INSTALLATION
No of
Nominal
Supply to distribution
RISING MAIN TAP OFF
1
phases:
Voltage: 230 V
board is from:
Associated
RCD
Overcurrent protective device for the
N/A
(if any) BS(EN):
distribution circuit:
RCD No
Type
RCD ln: N/A mA
Rating: 100 A
1361
of poles: N/A
BS(EN):

Reference Method

Number of
points served

Type No

Rating

Short-circuit
Capacity

Operating
current

Maximum Zs
permitted by BS7671

LIGHTING - OFFICE

2.5

2.5

0.4

60898

10

10

N/A

2.30

LIGHTING - OFFICE

2.5

2.5

0.4

60898

10

10

N/A

2.30

LIGHTING - SUPPORT & OFFICE

2.5

2.5

0.4

60898

10

10

N/A

2.30

LIGHTING - OFFICE

2.5

2.5

0.4

60898

10

10

N/A

2.30

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

60898

10

10

N/A

2.30

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

60898

10

10

N/A

2.30

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

60898

10

10

N/A

2.30

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

60898

10

10

N/A

2.30

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

60898

10

10

N/A

2.30

10

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

60898

10

10

N/A

2.30

11

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

60898

10

10

N/A

2.30

12

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

60898

10

10

N/A

2.30

13

BLANK

14

BLANK

15

BLANK

16

BLANK

17

BLANK

18

BLANK

19

BLANK

20

BLANK

21

BLANK

22

BLANK

23

BLANK

24

BLANK

Circuit number
and phase

Type of wiring

Circuit
conductors:
csa

Circuit designation

Live

cpc

mm2 mm2

Max disconnect time


permitted by BS7671

15. CIRCUIT DETAILS


Overcurrent protective
devices

BS(EN)

RCD

kA

mA

16. CODES FOR TYPE OF WIRING


A: PVC/PVC cables
B: PVC cables in metallic conduit
C: PVC cables in non-metallic conduit

D: PVC cables in metallic trunking


E: PVC cables in non-metallic trunking
F: PVC/SWA cables

This form is based on the model shown in Appendix 6 of BS 7671:2008 amended 2011.

G: XLPE/SWA cables
H: Mineral-insulated cables
O - Other:
Ref: 9283/ICR2

Page: 4 of 13

17. CHARACTERISTICS AT THIS D.B.

18. DETAILS OF TEST INSTRUMENTS

Test Instruments (serial numbers) used:


Earth fault loop
RCD:
MFT12
impedance:
Confirmation of supply polarity
Insulation
Other:
Operating times
MFT12
At ln: N/A ms Resistance:
0.14
of associated RCD
(if any)
Other:
At 5ln: N/A ms Continuity:
MFT12
16.2 kA

TO BE COMPLETED ONLY IF THE DISTRIBUTION BOARD IS NOT


CONNECTED DIRECTLY TO THE ORIGIN OF THE INSTALLATION

MFT12

Zs:
lpf:

N/A
N/A

19. TEST RESULTS


Insulation resistance
(record lower or lowest value)

Ring final circuits only


(measured end to end)
r1
rn
r2
(Line) (Neutral) (cpc)

All circuits
(one column to
be completed)
R1+R2

R2

Maximum
measured
earth fault
loop
Polarity
Line/ Neutral/
impedance
Earth
Earth
Zs

Line/
Line

Line/
Neutral

9
9
9
9

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.18

N/A

N/A

> 299

> 299

> 299

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.54

N/A

N/A

>299

>299

>299

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.22

N/A

N/A

>299

>299

>299

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.47

N/A

N/A

>299

>299

>299

RCD Operating
times
Test button
operation

Circuit number
and phase

Circuit impedances (Ohms)

At ln

At 5 ln

ms

ms

0.21

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.41

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.22

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.30

N/A

N/A

N/A

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

20. TESTED BY
Name:
Signature:

J Forsyth

Position:

Electrician

Date of
testing:

23/01/2012

This form is based on the model shown in Appendix 6 of BS 7671:2008 amended 2011.

Ref: 9283/ICR2

Page: 5 of 13

TO BE COMPLETED IN EVERY CASE


Location of distribution board:

6TH FLOOR POWER


WEST RISER
Distribution board designation:

TW6/P

TO BE COMPLETED ONLY IF THE DISTRIBUTION BOARD IS NOT CONNECTED


DIRECTLY TO THE ORIGIN OF THE INSTALLATION
No of
Nominal
Supply to distribution
1
RISING MAIN TAP OFF
phases:
Voltage: 230 V
board is from:
Associated
RCD
Overcurrent protective device for the
N/A
(if any) BS(EN):
distribution circuit:
RCD No
Type
RCD ln: N/A mA
Rating: 100 A
1361
of poles: N/A
BS(EN):

Reference Method

Number of
points served

Type No

Rating

Short-circuit
Capacity

Operating
current

Maximum Zs
permitted by BS7671

SOCKET OUTLETS - SUPPORT AREA

4.0

4.0

0.4

60898/4293

32

10

30

0.72

WATER BOILER

4.0

4.0

0.4

60898

16

N/A

1.44

SOCKET OUTLETS - RING

4.0

4.0

0.4

60898/4293

32

10

30

0.72

UNDERFLOOR POWER TRACK

16

16

0.4

60898

32

10

N/A

0.72

UNDERFLOOR POWER TRACK

16

16

0.4

60898

32

10

N/A

0.72

SOCKET OUTLETS

0.4

60898/4293

32

10

30

0.72

BLANK

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

4293

N/A

32

10

30

0.72

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

4293

N/A

32

10

30

0.72

10

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

60898

16

10

N/A

1.44

11

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

60898

16

N/A

1.44

12

BLANK

13

BLANK

14

BLANK

15

BLANK

16

BLANK

17

BLANK

18

BLANK

19

BLANK

20

BLANK

21

BLANK

22

BLANK

23

BLANK

24

BLANK

Circuit number
and phase

Type of wiring

Circuit
conductors:
csa

Circuit designation

Live

cpc

mm2 mm2

Max disconnect time


permitted by BS7671

CIRCUIT DETAILS
Overcurrent protective
devices

BS(EN)

RCD

kA

mA

CODES FOR TYPE OF WIRING


A: PVC/PVC cables
B: PVC cables in metallic conduit
C: PVC cables in non-metallic conduit

D: PVC cables in metallic trunking


E: PVC cables in non-metallic trunking
F: PVC/SWA cables

This form is based on the model shown in Appendix 6 of BS 7671:2008 amended 2011.

G: XLPE/SWA cables
H: Mineral-insulated cables
O - Other:
Ref: 9283/ICR2

Page: 6 of 13

CHARACTERISTICS AT THIS D.B.

DETAILS OF TEST INSTRUMENTS

Test Instruments (serial numbers) used:


Earth fault loop
RCD:
MFT12
impedance:
Confirmation of supply polarity
Insulation
Other:
Operating times
MFT12
At ln: N/A ms Resistance:
0.14
of associated RCD
(if any)
Other:
At 5ln: N/A ms Continuity:
MFT12
16.2 kA

TO BE COMPLETED ONLY IF THE DISTRIBUTION BOARD IS NOT


CONNECTED DIRECTLY TO THE ORIGIN OF THE INSTALLATION

MFT12

Zs:
lpf:

N/A
N/A

TEST RESULTS
Insulation resistance
(record lower or lowest value)

Ring final circuits only


(measured end to end)
r1
rn
r2
(Line) (Neutral) (cpc)

All circuits
(one column to
be completed)
R1+R2

R2

Maximum
measured
earth fault
loop
Polarity
Line/ Neutral/
impedance
Earth
Earth
Zs

Line/
Line

Line/
Neutral

9
9
9
9
9
9

0.23

0.23

0.23

0.11

N/A

N/A

> 299

> 299

> 299

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.16

N/A

N/A

> 299

> 299

> 299

0.49

0.49

0.49

0.27

N/A

N/A

> 299

> 299

> 299

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.19

N/A

N/A

> 299

> 299

> 299

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.23

N/A

N/A

> 299

> 299

> 299

0.23

0.23

0.23

0.09

N/A

N/A

> 299

> 299

> 299

RCD Operating
times
Test button
operation

Circuit number
and phase

Circuit impedances (Ohms)

At ln

At 5 ln

ms

ms

0.21

10.0

17.8

0.18

N/A

N/A

0.26

89.6

16.1

0.27

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.21

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.21

92.2

16.0

N/A

7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

TESTED BY
Name:
Signature:

J Forsyth

Position:

Electrician

Date of
testing:

23/01/2012

This form is based on the model shown in Appendix 6 of BS 7671:2008 amended 2011

Ref: 9283/ICR2

Page: 7 of 13

TO BE COMPLETED IN EVERY CASE


Location of distribution board:

6TH FLOOR LIGHTING


Distribution board designation:

TE6/L

TO BE COMPLETED ONLY IF THE DISTRIBUTION BOARD IS NOT CONNECTED


DIRECTLY TO THE ORIGIN OF THE INSTALLATION
No of
Nominal
Supply to distribution
LOCAL RISING BUSBAR TAP OFF phases:
1
Voltage: 230 V
board is from:
Associated
RCD
Overcurrent protective device for the
N/A
(if any) BS(EN):
distribution circuit:
RCD No
Type
RCD ln: N/A mA
Rating: 100 A
1361
of poles: N/A
BS(EN):

Reference Method

Number of
points served

Type No

Rating

Short-circuit
Capacity

Operating
current

Maximum Zs
permitted by BS7671

LIGHTING - OFFICE & SUPPORT

2.5

2.5

0.4

60898

10

10

N/A

2.30

LIGHTING - OFFICE

2.5

2.5

0.4

60898

10

10

N/A

2.30

LIGHTING - OFFICE

2.5

2.5

0.4

60898

10

10

N/A

2.30

LIGHTING - OFFICE

2.5

2.5

0.4

60898

10

10

N/A

2.30

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

60898

10

10

N/A

2.30

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

60898

10

10

N/A

2.30

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

60898

10

10

N/A

2.30

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

60898

10

10

N/A

2.30

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

60898

10

10

N/A

2.30

10

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

60898

10

10

N/A

2.30

11

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

60898

10

10

N/A

2.30

12

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

60898

10

10

N/A

2.30

13

BLANK

14

BLANK

15

BLANK

16

BLANK

17

BLANK

18

BLANK

19

BLANK

20

BLANK

21

BLANK

22

BLANK

23

BLANK

24

BLANK

Circuit number
and phase

Type of wiring

Circuit
conductors:
csa

Circuit designation

Live

cpc

mm2 mm2

Max disconnect time


permitted by BS7671

CIRCUIT DETAILS
Overcurrent protective
devices

BS(EN)

RCD

kA

mA

CODES FOR TYPE OF WIRING


A: PVC/PVC cables
B: PVC cables in metallic conduit
C: PVC cables in non-metallic conduit

D: PVC cables in metallic trunking


E: PVC cables in non-metallic trunking
F: PVC/SWA cables

This form is based on the model shown in Appendix 6 of BS 7671:2008 amended 2011.

G: XLPE/SWA cables
H: Mineral-insulated cables
O - Other:
Ref: 9283/ICR2

Page: 8 of 13

CHARACTERISTICS AT THIS D.B.

DETAILS OF TEST INSTRUMENTS

Test Instruments (serial numbers) used:


Earth fault loop
RCD:
MFT12
impedance:
Confirmation of supply polarity
Insulation
Other:
Operating times
MFT12
At ln: N/A ms Resistance:
0.13
of associated RCD
(if any)
Other:
At 5ln: N/A ms Continuity:
MFT12
1.81 kA

TO BE COMPLETED ONLY IF THE DISTRIBUTION BOARD IS NOT


CONNECTED DIRECTLY TO THE ORIGIN OF THE INSTALLATION

MFT12

Zs:
lpf:

N/A
N/A

TEST RESULTS
Insulation resistance
(record lower or lowest value)

Ring final circuits only


(measured end to end)
r1
rn
r2
(Line) (Neutral) (cpc)

All circuits
(one column to
be completed)
R1+R2

R2

Maximum
measured
earth fault
loop
Polarity
Line/ Neutral/
impedance
Earth
Earth
Zs

Line/
Line

Line/
Neutral

9
9
9
9

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.17

N/A

N/A

> 299

> 299

> 299

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.31

N/A

N/A

> 299

> 299

> 299

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.34

N/A

N/A

> 299

> 299

> 299

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.69

N/A

N/A

> 299

> 299

> 299

RCD Operating
times
Test button
operation

Circuit number
and phase

Circuit impedances (Ohms)

At ln

At 5 ln

ms

ms

0.23

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.19

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.25

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.36

N/A

N/A

N/A

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

TESTED BY
Name:
Signature:

J Forsyth

Position:

Electrician

Date of
testing:

23/01/2012

This form is based on the model shown in Appendix 6 of BS 7671:2008 amended 2011

Ref: 9283/ICR2

Page: 9 of 13

TO BE COMPLETED IN EVERY CASE


Location of distribution board:

6TH FLOOR POWER


EAST RISER
Distribution board designation:

TE6/P

TO BE COMPLETED ONLY IF THE DISTRIBUTION BOARD IS NOT CONNECTED


DIRECTLY TO THE ORIGIN OF THE INSTALLATION
No of
Nominal
Supply to distribution
1
LOCAL RISER BUSBAR TAP OFF phases:
Voltage: 230 V
board is from:
Associated
RCD
Overcurrent protective device for the
N/A
(if any) BS(EN):
distribution circuit:
RCD No
Type
RCD ln: N/A mA
Rating: 100 A
1361
of poles: N/A
BS(EN):

Reference Method

Number of
points served

Type No

Rating

Short-circuit
Capacity

Operating
current

Maximum Zs
permitted by BS7671

SOCKET OUTLETS - SUPPORT AREA

4.0

4.0

0.4

60898/4293

32

10

30

0.72

SOCKET OUTLETS - GENERAL

4.0

4.0

0.4

60898/4293

32

10

30

0.72

UNDERFLOOR POWER TRACK

16

16

0.4

60898

32

10

N/A

0.72

UNDERFLOOR POWER TRACK

16

16

0.4

60898

32

10

N/A

0.72

UNDERFLOOR POWER TRACK

16

16

0.4

60898

32

10

N/A

0.72

UNDERFLOOR POWER TRACK

16

16

0.4

60898

32

10

N/A

0.72

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

60898

50

10

N/A

0.92

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

60898

50

10

N/A

0.92

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

60898

50

10

N/A

0.92

10

EQUIPPED SPARE

0.4

60898

50

10

N/A

0.92

11

BLANK

12

BLANK

13

BLANK

14

BLANK

15

BLANK

16

BLANK

17

BLANK

18

BLANK

19

BLANK

20

BLANK

21

BLANK

22

BLANK

23

BLANK

24

BLANK

Circuit number
and phase

Type of wiring

Circuit
conductors:
csa

Circuit designation

Live

cpc

mm2 mm2

Max disconnect time


permitted by BS7671

CIRCUIT DETAILS
Overcurrent protective
devices

BS(EN)

RCD

kA

mA

CODES FOR TYPE OF WIRING


A: PVC/PVC cables
B: PVC cables in metallic conduit
C: PVC cables in non-metallic conduit

D: PVC cables in metallic trunking


E: PVC cables in non-metallic trunking
F: PVC/SWA cables

This form is based on the model shown in Appendix 6 of BS 7671:2008 amended 2011.

G: XLPE/SWA cables
H: Mineral-insulated cables
O - Other:
Ref: 9283/ICR2 Page: 10 of 13

CHARACTERISTICS AT THIS D.B.

DETAILS OF TEST INSTRUMENTS

Test Instruments (serial numbers) used:


Earth fault loop
RCD:
MFT12
impedance:
Confirmation of supply polarity
Insulation
Other:
Operating times
MFT12
At ln: N/A ms Resistance:
0.13
of associated RCD
(if any)
Other:
At 5ln: N/A ms Continuity:
MFT12
0.78 kA

TO BE COMPLETED ONLY IF THE DISTRIBUTION BOARD IS NOT


CONNECTED DIRECTLY TO THE ORIGIN OF THE INSTALLATION

MFT12

Zs:
lpf:

N/A
N/A

TEST RESULTS
Insulation resistance
(record lower or lowest value)

Ring final circuits only


(measured end to end)
r1
rn
r2
(Line) (Neutral) (cpc)

All circuits
(one column to
be completed)
R1+R2

R2

Maximum
measured
earth fault
loop
Polarity
Line/ Neutral/
impedance
Earth
Earth
Zs

Line/
Line

Line/
Neutral

9
9
9
9
9
9

0.16

0.16

0.20

0.10

N/A

N/A

> 299

> 299

> 299

0.16

0.16

0.16

0.09

N/A

N/A

> 299

> 299

> 299

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.18

N/A

N/A

>299

>299

>299

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.17

N/A

N/A

>299

>299

>299

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.18

N/A

N/A

>299

>299

>299

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.21

N/A

N/A

>299

>299

>299

RCD Operating
times
Test button
operation

Circuit number
and phase

Circuit impedances (Ohms)

At ln

At 5 ln

ms

ms

0.18

99.4

17.4

0.14

99.3

16.9

0.18

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.18

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.22

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.18

N/A

N/A

N/A

7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

TESTED BY
Name:
Signature:

J Forsyth

Position:

Electrician

Date of
testing:

23/01/2012

This form is based on the model shown in Appendix 6 of BS 7671:2008 amended 2011

Ref: 9283/ICR2 Page: 11 of 13

TO BE COMPLETED IN EVERY CASE


Location of distribution board:

1ST FLOOR COMMS ROOM


Distribution board designation:

CP1

TO BE COMPLETED ONLY IF THE DISTRIBUTION BOARD IS NOT CONNECTED


DIRECTLY TO THE ORIGIN OF THE INSTALLATION
No of
Nominal
Supply to distribution
CS1
3
phases:
Voltage: 230 V
board is from:
Associated
RCD
Overcurrent protective device for the
N/A
(if any) BS(EN):
distribution circuit:
RCD No
Type
Rating:
60898-C
50 A of poles: N/A RCD ln: N/A mA
BS(EN):

Reference Method

Number of
points served

Type No

Rating

Short-circuit
Capacity

Operating
current

Maximum Zs
permitted by BS7671

3 L1

REMOTE RACK 6TH FLOOR

0.4

60898

16

10

N/A

1.44

3 L2

REMOTE RACK 6TH FLOOR

0.4

60898

16

10

N/A

1.44

Circuit number
and phase

Type of wiring

Circuit
conductors:
csa

Circuit designation

Live

cpc

mm2 mm2

Max disconnect time


permitted by BS7671

CIRCUIT DETAILS
Overcurrent protective
devices

BS(EN)

RCD

kA

mA

1 L1
1 L2
1 L3
2 L1
2 L2
2 L3

3 L3
4 L1
4 L2
4 L3

CODES FOR TYPE OF WIRING


A: PVC/PVC cables
B: PVC cables in metallic conduit
C: PVC cables in non-metallic conduit

D: PVC cables in metallic trunking


E: PVC cables in non-metallic trunking
F: PVC/SWA cables

This form is based on the model shown in Appendix 6 of BS 7671:2008 amended 2011.

G: XLPE/SWA cables
H: Mineral-insulated cables
O - Other:
Ref: 9283/ICR2 Page: 12 of 13

CHARACTERISTICS AT THIS D.B.

DETAILS OF TEST INSTRUMENTS

Test Instruments (serial numbers) used:


Earth fault loop
RCD:
MFT12
impedance:
Confirmation of supply polarity
Insulation
Other:
Operating times
MFT12
At ln: N/A ms Resistance:
0.11
of associated RCD
(if any)
Other:
At 5ln: N/A ms Continuity:
MFT12
2.74 kA

TO BE COMPLETED ONLY IF THE DISTRIBUTION BOARD IS NOT


CONNECTED DIRECTLY TO THE ORIGIN OF THE INSTALLATION

MFT12

Zs:
lpf:

N/A
N/A

TEST RESULTS
Insulation resistance
(record lower or lowest value)

Ring final circuits only


(measured end to end)
r1
rn
r2
(Line) (Neutral) (cpc)

All circuits
(one column to
be completed)
R1+R2

R2

Maximum
measured
earth fault
loop
Polarity
Line/ Neutral/
impedance
Earth
Earth
Zs

Line/
Line

Line/
Neutral

9
9

RCD Operating
times
Test button
operation

Circuit number
and phase

Circuit impedances (Ohms)

At ln

At 5 ln

ms

ms

0.32

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.20

N/A

N/A

N/A

1 L1
1 L2
1 L3
2 L1
2 L2
2 L3
3 L1

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.50

N/A

N/A

> 299

> 299

> 299

3 L2

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.21

N/A

N/A

> 299

> 299

> 299

3 L3
4 L1
4 L2
4 L3

TESTED BY
Name:
Signature:

J Forsyth

Position:

Electrician

Date of
testing:

23/01/2012

This form is based on the model shown in Appendix 6 of BS 7671:2008 amended 2011

Ref: 9283/ICR2 Page: 13 of 13

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION CERTIFICATE

GUIDANCE FOR RECIPIENT (to be appended to the Certificate)

This safety Certificate has been issued to confirm that the electrical installation work to which it relates
has been designed, constructed and inspected and tested in accordance with British Standard 7671 (as
amended) (The IET Wiring Regulations).
You should have received an original Certificate and the contractor should have retained a duplicate
Certificate. If you were the person ordering the work, but not the user of the installation, you should
pass this Certificate, or a full copy of it including the schedules, immediately to the user.
The 'original' Certificate should be retained in a safe place and be shown to any person inspecting or
undertaking further work on the electrical installation in the future. If you later vacate the property,
this Certificate will demonstrate to the new owner that the electrical installation complied with the
requirements of British Standard 7671 at the time the certificate was issued. The Construction (Design
and Management) Regulations require that for a project covered by those regulations, a copy of this
Certificate, together with schedules is included in the project health and safety documentation.
For safety reasons, the electrical installation will need to be inspected at appropriate intervals by a
competent person. The maximum time interval recommended before the next inspection it stated on
Page 2 under 'Next Inspection'.
This Certificate is intended to be issued only for a new electrical installation or new new work
associated with an alteration or addition to an existing installation. It should not have been issued for
the inspection of an existing electrical installation. An 'Electrical Installation Condition Report' should be
issued for such an inspection.
This Certificate is only valid if a Schedule of Inspections and Schedule of Test Results are appended.

EMERGENCY LIGHTING COMPLETION CERTIFICATE

For new installations and verification of existing installations

9283/ECN2/3

Certificate Reference:

DETAILS OF THE CLIENT

Client:

Address:

Skansen Interiors Limited


Aldermary House, 10-15 Queen Street, London, EC4N 7TX

DETAILS OF THE EMERGENCY LIGHTING INSTALLATION

Installation Address:

Extent of the
installation covered
by this certificate:
The installation is:

St Albans House, 57-59 Haymarket, London, SW1Y 4BP

4TH & 5TH Floor Tenants

New

An addition

N/A

An alteration

N/A

DETAILS OF DEVIATIONS FROM THE STANDARD

Declaration (Design,
Installation or Verification)

Requirement No

Details of Deviation

NONE

RELATED REFERENCE DOCUMENTS

This certificate is only valid when accompanied by current:

a) Signed declaration(s) of design, installation and verification, as applicable (see overleaf).


b) Photometric design data. This can be any of the following formats but in all cases appropriate de-rating factors
must be used and identified to meet worst case requirements.
- Authenticated spacing data such as ICEL 1001 registered tables.
- Calculations as detailed in CIBSE/SLLGuide LG 12.
- Appropriate computer print of results.
c) Log book
Essential related reference documents:

Electrical Installation Certificate 9283/ICR2/3


Emergency Lighting Log Book

NEXT INSPECTION

I/We, the designer, RECOMMEND that this installation is further inspected and tested after an interval of
not more than:

1 Years

Enter interval in accordance with Clause 6.2 of BS EN 50172: 2004 / BS 5266-8: 2004

DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY

In consequence of acceptance of the declarations on Forms 2, 3, and 4 I/we hereby declare that the emergency lighting
installation, as described above, conforms, to the best of my/our knowledge and belief to the appropriate recommendations and
requirements given in BS 5266-1: 2005 Emergency lighting Part 1: Code of practice for the emergency lighting premises, BS EN
1838: 1999 / BS 5266-7: 1999 Lighting applications - Emergency lighting and BS EN 50172: 2004 / BS 5266-8: 2004 Emergency
escape lighting systems, as set out in the declarations Forms 2, 3, and 4, except for the deviations listed below.
Name:

R Howlett

Position:

Engineer

Signature:

Date:

08/05/2012

DETAILS OF THE ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR

Trading Title:

Address:

PIP ELECTRICS LIMITED


Fenton House, Fenton Way
Southfields Business Park
Basildon, Essex
Postcode:

Tysoft EasyCert Copyright Tysoft 2012.

Registration Number
(if applicable):

9970

Telephone Number:

01268 541651

SS15 6TD
Page: 1 of 4

EMERGENCY LIGHTING DESIGN DECLARATION

For new installations and verification of existing installations

DETAILS OF THE CLIENT

Client:

Skansen Interiors Limited, Aldermary House, 10-15 Queen Street, London, EC4N 7TX

DETAILS OF THE EMERGENCY LIGHTING INSTALLATION

Installation Address:

Extent of the
installation covered
by this certificate:

The installation is:

St Albans House, 57-59 Haymarket, London, SW1Y 4BP

New

4TH & 5TH Floor Tenants

An addition

N/A

An alteration

N/A

10 DESIGN - DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY


BS 5266-1
clause
reference
4.2

System Conforms

Requirements

Yes

6.6

D1- Accurate plans available showing escape routes, fire alarm control panel, call points and
fire extinguishers
D2- Fire safety signs in accordance with BS 5499-4 and -5, clearly visible and adequately

7.9

D3- The luminaires conform to BS EN 60598-2-22

6.3.2

D4- Luminaries located at the following positions:

9
9

a) At each exit door intended to be used in an emergency


b) Near stairs so each tread receives direct light, and near any other level change

9
9
9

c) Near mandatory emergency exits and safety signs


d) At each change of direction and at intersections of corridors
e) Outside and near to each final exit
f) Near each first aid post
g) Near fire fighting equipment and call points (NOTE: Near means within 2m horizontally)
7.4

D5- At least two luminaires illuminating each compartment of the escape route
D6- Additional emergency lighting provided where needed to illuminate:

7.8.3

a) Lift cars

7.8.4

b) Moving stairways and walkways

7.8.5
7.8.6

c) Toilet facilities larger than 8 m2 floor area or without borrowed light, and those for
disabled use
d) Motor generator, control and plant-rooms

7.8.7

e) Covered car parks

10.1

D7- Design duration adequate for the application

11.6 12.3
6.3.2

D8- Operation and maintenance instructions and a suitable log book produced for retention and
use by the building occupier
D9- Illuminance, Escape routes for any use: 1lx min. (on the centre line)

6.3.3

Open areas above 60 m2: 0.5 lx min. (anywhere in the core area)

9
9
9
9

No

N/A

9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9

11 DETAILS OF DEVIATIONS FROM THE STANDARD


Requirement No

Details of Deviation

NONE

12 DESIGN
I/We hereby declare that the emergency lighting installation, as described above, has been DESIGNED by me/us and, to the best
of my/our knowledge and belief, the design complies with the relevant recommendations given in BS 5266 Emergency Lighting Part
1: 2005 Code of practice for emergency lighting, BS EN 1838: 1999 / BS 5266-7: 1999 Lighting applications - Emergency lighting,
and BS EN 50172: 2004 / BS 5266-8 Emergency escape lighting systems.
Name:

R Howlett

Position:

Engineer

Signature:

Date:

08/05/2012

13 DETAILS OF THE ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR


Trading Title:
Address:

PIP ELECTRICS LIMITED


Fenton House, Fenton Way
Southfields Business Park
Basildon, Essex
Postcode:

Tysoft EasyCert Copyright Tysoft 2012.

Registration Number
(if applicable):

9970

Telephone Number:

01268 541651

SS15 6TD
Ref: 9283/ECN2/3

Page: 2 of 4

EMERGENCY LIGHTING CONSTRUCTION DECLARATION

For new installations and verification of existing installations

14 DETAILS OF THE CLIENT


Client:
Address:

Skansen Interiors Limited


Aldermary House, 10-15 Queen Street, London, EC4N 7TX

15 DETAILS OF THE EMERGENCY LIGHTING INSTALLATION


Installation Address:

Extent of the
installation covered
by this certificate:

The installation is:

St Albans House, 57-59 Haymarket, London, SW1Y 4BP

4TH & 5TH Floor Tenants

New

N/A

An addition

An alteration

N/A

16 CONSTRUCTION - DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY


BS 5266-1
clause
reference

System Conforms

Requirements

Yes

No

N/A

9
9
9
9

6.3

C1- The system installed conforms to the agreed design

7.2

C2- All non-maintained luminaires fed or controlled by the final circuit supply of the local
normal mains lighting

7.5

C3- Luminaires mounted at least 2m above the floor

7.5

C4- Luminaires mounted at a suitable height to avoid being located in smoke reservoirs or
other likely area of smoke accumulation

6.6

C5- Fire safety signs in accordance with BS 5499-4 and -5, clearly visible and adequately
illuminated

9.2

C6- The wiring of central power systems has adequate fire protection and is appropriately sized

9.3.5

C7- Output voltage range of the central power system is compatible with the supply voltage
range of the luminaries, taking into account supply cable voltage drop

7.9

C8- No glow starters in any emergency lighting circuits (see BS EN 60598-2-22)

9.2.12

C9- All plugs and sockets protected against unauthorised use

9.3.3

C10- The system has suitable and appropriate testing facilities for the specific site

12.1

C11- The equipment manufacturers' installation and commissioning procedures satisfactorily


completed

9.1

C12- The installation conforms to BS 7671

9
9
9

9
9
9
9
9

17 DETAILS OF DEVIATIONS FROM THE STANDARD


Requirement No

Details of Deviation

NONE

18 CONSTRUCTION
I/We hereby declare that the emergency lighting installation, as described above, has been CONSTRUCTED by me/us and, to the
best of my/our knowledge and belief, the design complies with the relevant recommendations given in BS 5266 Emergency Lighting
Part 1: 2005 Code of practice for emergency lighting, BS EN 1838: 1999 / BS 5266-7: 1999 Lighting applications - Emergency
lighting, and BS EN 50172: 2004 / BS 5266-8 Emergency escape lighting systems.
Name:

R Howlett

Position:

Engineer

Signature:

Date:

08/05/2012

19 DETAILS OF THE ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR


Trading Title:
Address:

PIP ELECTRICS LIMITED


Fenton House, Fenton Way
Southfields Business Park
Basildon, Essex
Postcode:

Tysoft EasyCert Copyright Tysoft 2012.

Registration Number
(if applicable):

9970

Telephone Number:

01268 541651

SS15 6TD
Ref: 9283/ECN2/3

Page: 3 of 4

EMERGENCY LIGHTING VERIFICATION DECLARATION

For new installations and verification of existing installations

20 DETAILS OF THE CLIENT


Client:

Skansen Interiors Limited, Aldermary House, 10-15 Queen Street, London, EC4N 7TX

21 DETAILS OF THE EMERGENCY LIGHTING INSTALLATION


Installation Address:
Extent of the
installation covered
by this certificate:

The installation is:

St Albans House, 57-59 Haymarket, London, SW1Y 4BP

New

4TH & 5TH Floor Tenants

An addition

N/A

An alteration

N/A

22 VERIFICATION - DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY


BS 5266-1
clause
reference

System Conforms

Requirements

Yes

No

N/A

9
9

4.2

V1- Plans available and correct

9.3.3

V2- System has a suitable test facility for the application

6.6

V3- All escape route safety signs and fire fighting equipment location signs visible with the
normal lighting extinguished

6.3

V4- Luminaires correctly positioned and oriented as shown on the plans

7.9

V5- Luminaires conform to BS EN 60598-2-22

7.9

V6- Luminaires have an appropriate category of protection against ingress of moisture or


foreign bodies for their location as specified in the installation design

10.1

V7- Luminaires tested and found to operate for their full rated duration

Clause 6

V8- Under test conditions, adequate illumination provided for safe movement on the escape
route and the open areas

13.4

V9- After test, the charging indicators operate correctly

9.2

V10- Fire protection of central wiring systems satisfactory

9.2.5

V11- Emergency circuits correctly segregated from other circuits

11.6 12.3

V12- Operation and maintenance instructions together with a suitable log book showing a
satisfactory commissioning test provided for retention and use by the building occupier

Clause 13

V13- Building occupier and their staff trained on suitable maintenance, testing and operating
procedures or a suitable maintenance contract agreed

9
9
9
9
9
9
9

9
9

9
9

Additional requirements for verification of an existing installation


Clause 12

V14- Test records in the log book complete and satisfactory

Clause 13

V15- Luminaires clean and undamaged with lamps in good condition

6.3

V16- Original design still valid

9
9
9

23 DETAILS OF DEVIATIONS FROM THE STANDARD


Requirement No

Details of Deviation

NONE

24 TEST INSTRUMENTS USED


Instrument 1 (Light Meter) Model:

IM2

Serial Number:

Instrument 2 (If Any) Model:

Serial Number:

6048873

25 VERIFICATION
I/We hereby declare that the emergency lighting installation, as described above, has been VERIFIED by me/us and, to the best
of my/our knowledge and belief, the design complies with the relevant recommendations given in BS 5266 Emergency Lighting Part
1: 2005 Code of practice for emergency lighting, BS EN 1838: 1999 / BS 5266-7: 1999 Lighting applications - Emergency lighting,
and BS EN 50172: 2004 / BS 5266-8 Emergency escape lighting systems.
Name:

J Forsyth

Position:

Electrician

Signature:

Date:

08/05/2012

26 DETAILS OF THE ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR


Trading Title:
Address:

PIP ELECTRICS LIMITED


Fenton House, Fenton Way
Southfields Business Park
Basildon, Essex
Postcode:

Tysoft EasyCert Copyright Tysoft 2012.

Registration Number
(if applicable):

9970

Telephone Number:

01268 541651

SS15 6TD
Ref: 9283/ECN2/3

Page: 4 of 4

Emergency
Lighting
System
Log Book

Emergency Lighting System Log Book


1.1 General notes
BS 5266 Part 1: 2005 is the national Code of Practise for emergency lighting. It prescribes that a log book
should be provided and maintained for an emergency lighting installation. The standard no longer gives
specific recommendations regarding log book reporting, such recommendations are now referred to in BS
EN 50172: 2004 / BS 5266-8: 2004 Emergency escape lighting systems.
This log book is based on the requirements of the Code of Practise for Emergency escape lighting systems
and may also be suitable for installations not covered by BS 5266 Part 1: 2005.
Maintenance is required under a number of legislative acts, which include:

The Regulatory reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 in England and Wales, that the Responsible
Person or Competent Person acting on their behalf, must ensure that the premises and any
facilities, equipment and devices are subject to a suitable system of maintenance and are
maintained in an efficient state, in efficient working order and in good repair.

The Fire (Scotland) Act 2005, that the Employer or Other Persons who have control over the
premise to any extent and any person who through contract or tenancy have obligations in respect
of maintenance or safety must make the provision for maintenance.

The Fire Precautions (Workplace) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2001, that the Employer or
Nominated Employee who has special responsibility for fire safety must ensure that equipment and
devices are subject to a suitable system of maintenance, and be maintained in an efficient state, in
efficient working order and in good repair.

The Responsible Person or Competent Person (England and Wales), Employer or Other Persons
(Scotland) or the Employer or Nominated Employee (Northern Ireland) for the premises should ensure
that appropriate records are made and kept in case it should become necessary for them to prove that they
have acted responsibly. This log book provides the facility to record alterations, repairs, maintenance, and
inspection and testing (including details of the relevant certification) for the emergency lighting system.
It should be kept on the premises in the care of the Responsible Person or Competent Person
(England and Wales), Employer or Other Persons (Scotland) or the Employer or Nominated
Employee (Northern Ireland for the premises, and should be readily available for examination by any
duly authorised person.
Emergency lighting is provided for use when normal (general) lighting fails. It must therefore be powered
from a source of energy independent of that supplying the normal lighting. Failure of supply to normal
lighting might, for example, occur if there is an interruption of the incoming mains supply to the
premises, or within a premise, if a fault causes a fuse or circuit breaker to interrupt the electricity supply
to a normal lighting circuit.
For detailed guidance, reference should be made to BS EN 50712:2004 / BS 5266-8: 2004. The brief
notes in this log book should not be considered to be a substitute for that guidance.

[1]

BS EN 1838: 1999 /BS 5266-7: 1999 Lighting applications Emergency lighting identifies two forms of
emergency lighting:

Emergency escape lighting to enable safe exit from a location in the event of a failure of the
normal supply.

Standby lighting that part of emergency lighting provided to enable normal activities to
continue substantially unchanged.

Where standby lighting is provided in addition to escape lighting, it should be segregated from the escape
lighting arrangements unless the standby lighting satisfies all the requirements for escape lighting.

1.2 Siting of essential escape lighting


The Code of Practise requires an escape lighting Luminaire to be sited near each exit door and
emergency exit door and at the points where it is necessary to emphasise the position of safety
equipment and potential hazards, for example:

At each exit door intended to be used in an emergency.

Near each staircase, so that each flight of stairs receives direct light.

Near any change in floor level.

At mandatory emergency exits and safety signs.

At each intersection of corridors.

Outside and near to each final exit.

Near to each first aid post.

Near each fire alarm call point.

Near fire fighting equipment (extinguishers and hose reels).

To illuminate exit and safety signs required by the enforcing authority.

At the siting of any fire alarm control panel.

Note: near means normally within 2 meters horizontally.

[2]

1.3

Reference Details

Name and address of premises:


6TH Floor
St. Albans House
57-58 Haymarket
London
SW1Y 4BP

Name and address of installer:


PIP Electrics Ltd
Fenton House, Fenton Way.
Southfields Business Park
Basildon
Essex
SS15 6TD

Telephone No.

Telephone No. 01268 541651

Responsible Person

Location

Telephone No.

From Date

Name and Address of competent engineer responsible for servicing and annual
tests

Name and Address of competent engineer responsible for commissioning


G Kelly

Telephone No. 01268 541651

Date and serial number of original Emergency Lighting Completion Certificate

9283/ECN2 March 2012

[3]

Details of Additions or modifications to the system


or the premises since original installation
Details of addition or modification to the emergency
lighting system

[4]

Date of
Emergency Lighting
modification Certificate serial No.

1.4

Type of Installed emergency lighting

The following definitions are given in BS 60598-2-22: 1999 Luminaires Particular


requirements.
Specifications for luminaries for emergency lighting:

Combined emergency Luminaire a Luminaire containing two or more lamps, at least one of
which is energised from the emergency lighting supply and the other from the normal lighting
supply. A combined emergency Luminaire is either maintained or non-maintained.

Maintained emergency Luminaire Luminaire in which the emergency lighting lamps are
energised at all times when normal or emergency lighting is required.

Non-maintained emergency Luminaire Luminaire in which the emergency lighting lamps are
in operation only when the supply to the normal lighting fails.

Self-contained emergency Luminaire a Luminaire providing maintained or non-maintained


emergency lighting in which all elements, such as the battery, the lamp, the control unit and the
test and monitoring facilities (where provided), are contained within the Luminaire or adjacent
to it.

High-risk task area lighting the part of emergency lighting provided to ensure the safety of
people involved in a potentially dangerous process or situation, and to enable proper shut down
procedures for the safety of the operator and occupants of the premises.

Compound self-contained emergency Luminaire self contained Luminaire providing


maintained or non-maintained emergency lighting, and also providing emergency supply for
operating a satellite Luminaire.

Satellite emergency Luminaire Luminaire for maintained or non-maintained operation which


uses the emergency operation supply from an associated compound self-contained emergency
Luminaire.
PURPOSE OF INSTALLED EMERGENCY LIG
TING SYSTEMS
(tick applicable box(es))

Emergency escape lighting (A)


Escape route lighting (a1)
Open area lighting (a2)
High-risk task-area lighting (a3)

Standby lighting (B)


Partial standby lighting

Where (a2), (a3) or (b1) are installed, give details of the location below:
6th Floor Office area.

[5]

EMERGENCY LIGHTING INSTALLATION ARRANGEMENT


(tick applicable box(es))

Self-contained emergency Luminaire

Combined emergency Luminaire

Central battery system

Standby generator system

CLASSIFICATION OF EMERGENCY LIGHTING SYSTEM LUMINAIRES

Emergency lighting system luminaries are classified according to the following parameters
based on BS EN 60598-2-22: 1999, Annex B:

Type

Mode of operation

Facilities

Duration of emergency
mode (in minutes) for a
self contained system

X - self-contained
Y central supply

0 non-maintained
1 maintained

A including test device


B including remote rest
mode
C including inhibiting
mode

60 1h duration
120 2h duration

2 combined
non-maintained
3 combined
maintained
4 compound nonmaintained

180 3h duration

D high risk task area


Luminaire

5 compound
maintained
6 - satellite
Please indicate the type, mode of operation, facilities and duration of the emergency lighting system
Installed (based on the above table) below:
Categories of operation
Type
X

Mode
1

Facilities
A

[6]

Duration
180

1.5

EXPENDABLE ITEMS REQUIRING PERIODIC REPLACEMENT


for example lamps, batteries, fuses etc
Description
Item Location
Manufacturer
Part No.
Supplier/contact

NOTES:

[7]

2 USER RESPONSIBILITIES

2.1

Maintaining the log book


The log book should be used to record the following information;

Date of commissioning of the system, including any certification relating to an alteration.

Date any Completion Certificate including any certificate relating to alterations.

Date of each Periodic Inspection and Test Certificate.

Date and brief details of each service, inspection or test carried out.

Date and brief details of any defects and of remedial action taken.

Date and brief details of any alterations to the emergency lighting system.

If automatic testing devices are used, the results of the short duration tests shall also be recorded in the
log book.

Provision is made in Section 1.5 of this log book for recording the types and ratings of replacement
components of luminaries such as lamps, batteries, fuses, etc. In particular, the replacement of batteries
should be noted in the Record of Events (see pages 12 to 16).

2.2

Routine attention procedure

The two main failure modes of emergency lighting are:


(1)

lamps or tubes fail completely or partially;

(2)

batteries fail completely or partially (including standby generator starting batteries).

Regular checks of these items are essential. In order to minimise the change of premature failure of
compact sealed batteries used for emergency lighting (particularly those in self contained luminaries),
it is necessary for them to be regularly discharged and recharged.
Testing of emergency lighting often involves interrupting the electricity supply to the normal lighting
or to individual self-contained luminaries (e.g by temporarily switching off a circuit breaker or
operating the test switch). Additionally, there is a possibility of a failure to the electricity supply to
the normal lighting, occurring shortly after a period of testing the emergency lighting (during which the
batteries will have discharged partially or completely).
All tests should be carried out at a time of minimum risk. Alternative suitable temporary
arrangements may be necessary until batteries have recharged.
Luminaires should be regularly inspected for cleanliness and to ensure that they are not obscured.

[8]

2.3

Servicing

Batteries

In all cases the manufacturers instructions for both operation and maintenance should be followed. It
is particularly important that where applicable:
a) the tops of batteries and their terminals are kept clean and unobstructed and that
battery cases are periodically checked for leaks;
b) the electrolyte is at all times kept at the correct level as recommended by the
manufacturer;
c) any replacement battery should be compatible with the battery charger;
d) any replacement cell should be compatible with the battery;
e) any replacement battery charger should be compatible with the battery.
Generators
The manufacturers instructions as given in the associated instruction manual or other literature should
always be followed. It should be noted, however, that the failure of engines to start up readily often
arises from poor maintenance or defects in the starting battery or in electromechanical apparatus e.g.
relays incorporated in the starting system.
Dust and damp, singly or in combination, can have an adverse effect on electromechanical apparatus
and it is therefore important that a system of regular cleaning and, where necessary, adjustment is
carried out.
Some parts of the starting system may be sited where they are subject to vibration and great care
should therefore be taken in such instances to ensure that all connections are mechanically and
electrically sound.
It is essential that air intakes and exhausts are unobstructed.

[9]

2.4

Inspection and tests

BS EN 50172: 2004 / BS 5266-8: 2004 recommends that the minimum prescribed inspection and
testing is carried out at the following intervals:

Daily

Monthly

Subsequent annual test.

Note: National regulations may require differing intervals and a more onerous testing regime.

Daily

Visually inspect indicators of central power supply for correct operation;

Pass/fail inspection results shall be recorded on the daily records sheets.


Note: This is a visual inspection of indicators to identify that the system is in a ready condition and
does not require a test of operation.
Remedial work should be carried out only by persons with the necessary competence. In particular
nobody should carry out work of an electrical nature unless they meet the competence
requirements of Regulation 16 of the statutory Electricity at Work Regulations 1989.
Inspection and testing at the following intervals should be carried out by competent persons in
accordance with the recommendations of BS EN 50172: 2004 / BS 5266-8 2004, which include the
following:

Monthly
If automatic testing devices are used, the results of the short duration tests shall be recorded in the
record of events.
Tests shall be carried out as follows:
(a)

Switch on in the emergency mode each Luminaire and each internally illuminated exit sign
from its battery by simulation of a failure of the supply to the normal lighting for a period
sufficient to ensure that each lamp is illuminated;
Note:

The period of simulated failure should be sufficient for the purpose of this clause
whilst minimising damage to the system components e.g. lamps.

During this period, all Luminaires and signs shall be checked to ensure that they are present, clean
and functioning correctly.
At the end of this test period, the supply to the normal lighting should be restored and any indicator
lamp or device checked to ensure that is showing that the normal supply has been restored.
(b) In addition to (a), for central battery systems, the correct operation of system monitors shall
be checked;

[10]

(c) In addition to (a), for generator sets, refer to the requirements of BS 7698-12: 1998 / ISO
852812: 1997 Reciprocating internal combustion engine driven alternating current generating
sets. Emergency power supply to safety devices.

Annually
If automatic testing devices are used, the results of the short duration tests shall be recorded in the
record of events.
For all other systems the monthly inspection shall be carried out and the following additional tests
made:
(a)

each Luminaire and internally illuminated sign shall be tested in line with the
recommendations of BS EN 50172: 2004 / BS 5266-8: 2004, Clause 7.2.3 for its full rated
duration in accordance with the manufacturers information;

(b)

the supply to the normal lighting should be restored and any indicator lamp or device checked
to ensure that is showing that the normal supply has been restored. The charging
arrangements should be checked for proper functioning;

(c)

the date of the test and its results shall be recorded in the system log book;

(d)

in addition, for generator sets, refer to the requirements of BS 7698-12: 1998 / ISO 852812:
1997.

[11]

Emergency Lighting Record of Events

Date of Test
or Reported
Defect
20-03-2012

* = Insert
NOTE:

Description i.e.
Alterations to System
Periodic Inspection
Service Visit
Defects Found
Duration Test

D = Daily

M = Monthly

Location
Affected

Description of
Action Taken

6th Floor Tenants


area

Date of Action
Completed
20-03-2012

Y = Yearly Periodic Inspection

Sheet to be ruled off after each entry


[12]

Signature of Responsible
Person or Contractor

Emergency Lighting Record of Events


Date of Test
or Reported
Defect

Description i.e.
Alterations to System
Periodic Inspection Service Visit
Defects Found

Location Affected

* = Insert

D = Daily M = Monthly Y = Yearly Periodic Inspection


NOTE:
Sheet to be ruled off after each entry
[13]

Description of
Action Taken

Date of Action
Completed

Signature of
Responsible
Person or
Contractor

Emergency Lighting Record of Events


Date of Test
or Reported
Defect

* = Insert
NOTE:

Description i.e.
Alterations to System
Periodic Inspection Service Visit
Defects Found

D = Daily

M = Monthly

Location Affected

Y = Yearly Periodic Inspection

Sheet to be ruled off after each entry


[14]

Description of
Action Taken

Date of Action
Completed

Signature of
Responsible
Person or
Contractor

Emergency Lighting Record of Events


Date of Test
or Reported
Defect

* = Insert
NOTE:

Description i.e.
Alterations to System
Periodic Inspection Service Visit
Defects Found

D = Daily

M = Monthly

Location Affected

Y = Yearly Periodic Inspection

Sheet to be ruled off after each entry


[15]

Description of
Action Taken

Date of Action
Completed

Signature of
Responsible
Person or
Contractor

Emergency Lighting Record of Events


Date of Test
or Reported
Defect

* = Insert
NOTE:

Description i.e.
Alterations to System
Periodic Inspection Service Visit
Defects Found

D = Daily

M = Monthly

Location Affected

Y = Yearly Periodic Inspection

Sheet to be ruled off after each entry


[16]

Description of
Action Taken

Date of Action
Completed

Signature of
Responsible
Person or
Contractor

DAILY VISUAL INSPECTION OF CENTRAL POWER SUPPLY INDICATORS


Date
20-03-12

Initials
RH

Pass

Fail

Date

Initials

Pass

[17]

Fail

Date

Initials

Pass

Fail

DAILY VISUAL INSPECTION OF CENTRAL POWER SUPPLY INDICATORS


Date

Initials

Pass

Fail

Date

Initials

Pass

[18]

Fail

Date

Initials

Pass

Fail

DAILY VISUAL INSPECTION OF CENTRAL POWER SUPPLY INDICATORS


Date

Initials

Pass

Fail

Date

Initials

Pass

[19]

Fail

Date

Initials

Pass

Fail

DAILY VISUAL INSPECTION OF CENTRAL POWER SUPPLY INDICATORS


Date

Initials

Pass

Fail

Date

Initials

Pass

[20]

Fail

Date

Initials

Pass

Fail

[21]

Emergency
Lighting
System
Log Book

Emergency Lighting System Log Book


1.1 General notes
BS 5266 Part 1: 2005 is the national Code of Practise for emergency lighting. It prescribes that a log book
should be provided and maintained for an emergency lighting installation. The standard no longer gives
specific recommendations regarding log book reporting, such recommendations are now referred to in BS
EN 50172: 2004 / BS 5266-8: 2004 Emergency escape lighting systems.
This log book is based on the requirements of the Code of Practise for Emergency escape lighting systems
and may also be suitable for installations not covered by BS 5266 Part 1: 2005.
Maintenance is required under a number of legislative acts, which include:

The Regulatory reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 in England and Wales, that the Responsible
Person or Competent Person acting on their behalf, must ensure that the premises and any
facilities, equipment and devices are subject to a suitable system of maintenance and are
maintained in an efficient state, in efficient working order and in good repair.

The Fire (Scotland) Act 2005, that the Employer or Other Persons who have control over the
premise to any extent and any person who through contract or tenancy have obligations in respect
of maintenance or safety must make the provision for maintenance.

The Fire Precautions (Workplace) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2001, that the Employer or
Nominated Employee who has special responsibility for fire safety must ensure that equipment and
devices are subject to a suitable system of maintenance, and be maintained in an efficient state, in
efficient working order and in good repair.

The Responsible Person or Competent Person (England and Wales), Employer or Other Persons
(Scotland) or the Employer or Nominated Employee (Northern Ireland) for the premises should ensure
that appropriate records are made and kept in case it should become necessary for them to prove that they
have acted responsibly. This log book provides the facility to record alterations, repairs, maintenance, and
inspection and testing (including details of the relevant certification) for the emergency lighting system.
It should be kept on the premises in the care of the Responsible Person or Competent Person
(England and Wales), Employer or Other Persons (Scotland) or the Employer or Nominated
Employee (Northern Ireland for the premises, and should be readily available for examination by any
duly authorised person.
Emergency lighting is provided for use when normal (general) lighting fails. It must therefore be powered
from a source of energy independent of that supplying the normal lighting. Failure of supply to normal
lighting might, for example, occur if there is an interruption of the incoming mains supply to the
premises, or within a premise, if a fault causes a fuse or circuit breaker to interrupt the electricity supply
to a normal lighting circuit.
For detailed guidance, reference should be made to BS EN 50712:2004 / BS 5266-8: 2004. The brief
notes in this log book should not be considered to be a substitute for that guidance.

[1]

BS EN 1838: 1999 /BS 5266-7: 1999 Lighting applications Emergency lighting identifies two forms of
emergency lighting:

Emergency escape lighting to enable safe exit from a location in the event of a failure of the
normal supply.

Standby lighting that part of emergency lighting provided to enable normal activities to
continue substantially unchanged.

Where standby lighting is provided in addition to escape lighting, it should be segregated from the escape
lighting arrangements unless the standby lighting satisfies all the requirements for escape lighting.

1.2 Siting of essential escape lighting


The Code of Practise requires an escape lighting Luminaire to be sited near each exit door and
emergency exit door and at the points where it is necessary to emphasise the position of safety
equipment and potential hazards, for example:

At each exit door intended to be used in an emergency.

Near each staircase, so that each flight of stairs receives direct light.

Near any change in floor level.

At mandatory emergency exits and safety signs.

At each intersection of corridors.

Outside and near to each final exit.

Near to each first aid post.

Near each fire alarm call point.

Near fire fighting equipment (extinguishers and hose reels).

To illuminate exit and safety signs required by the enforcing authority.

At the siting of any fire alarm control panel.

Note: near means normally within 2 meters horizontally.

[2]

1.3

Reference Details

Name and address of premises:


4TH & 5th Floors
St. Albans House
57-58 Haymarket
London
SW1Y 4BP

Name and address of installer:


PIP Electrics Ltd
Fenton House, Fenton Way.
Southfields Business Park
Basildon
Essex
SS15 6TD

Telephone No.

Telephone No. 01268 541651

Responsible Person

Location

Telephone No.

From Date

Name and Address of competent engineer responsible for servicing and annual
tests

Name and Address of competent engineer responsible for commissioning


R Howlett

Telephone No. 01268 541651

Date and serial number of original Emergency Lighting Completion Certificate

9283/ECN2/3 May 2012

[3]

Details of Additions or modifications to the system


or the premises since original installation
Details of addition or modification to the emergency
lighting system

[4]

Date of
Emergency Lighting
modification Certificate serial No.

1.4

Type of Installed emergency lighting

The following definitions are given in BS 60598-2-22: 1999 Luminaires Particular


requirements.
Specifications for luminaries for emergency lighting:

Combined emergency Luminaire a Luminaire containing two or more lamps, at least one of
which is energised from the emergency lighting supply and the other from the normal lighting
supply. A combined emergency Luminaire is either maintained or non-maintained.

Maintained emergency Luminaire Luminaire in which the emergency lighting lamps are
energised at all times when normal or emergency lighting is required.

Non-maintained emergency Luminaire Luminaire in which the emergency lighting lamps are
in operation only when the supply to the normal lighting fails.

Self-contained emergency Luminaire a Luminaire providing maintained or non-maintained


emergency lighting in which all elements, such as the battery, the lamp, the control unit and the
test and monitoring facilities (where provided), are contained within the Luminaire or adjacent
to it.

High-risk task area lighting the part of emergency lighting provided to ensure the safety of
people involved in a potentially dangerous process or situation, and to enable proper shut down
procedures for the safety of the operator and occupants of the premises.

Compound self-contained emergency Luminaire self contained Luminaire providing


maintained or non-maintained emergency lighting, and also providing emergency supply for
operating a satellite Luminaire.

Satellite emergency Luminaire Luminaire for maintained or non-maintained operation which


uses the emergency operation supply from an associated compound self-contained emergency
Luminaire.
PURPOSE OF INSTALLED EMERGENCY LIG
TING SYSTEMS
(tick applicable box(es))

Emergency escape lighting (A)


Escape route lighting (a1)
Open area lighting (a2)
High-risk task-area lighting (a3)

Standby lighting (B)


Partial standby lighting

Where (a2), (a3) or (b1) are installed, give details of the location below:
4th & 5th Floor Office areas.

[5]

EMERGENCY LIGHTING INSTALLATION ARRANGEMENT


(tick applicable box(es))

Self-contained emergency Luminaire

Combined emergency Luminaire

Central battery system

Standby generator system

CLASSIFICATION OF EMERGENCY LIGHTING SYSTEM LUMINAIRES


Emergency lighting system luminaries are classified according to the following parameters
based on BS EN 60598-2-22: 1999, Annex B:

Type

Mode of operation

Facilities

Duration of emergency
mode (in minutes) for a
self contained system

X - self-contained
Y central supply

0 non-maintained
1 maintained

A including test device


B including remote rest
mode
C including inhibiting
mode

60 1h duration
120 2h duration

2 combined
non-maintained
3 combined
maintained
4 compound nonmaintained

180 3h duration

D high risk task area


Luminaire

5 compound
maintained
6 - satellite
Please indicate the type, mode of operation, facilities and duration of the emergency lighting system
Installed (based on the above table) below:
Categories of operation
Type
X

Mode
1

Facilities
A

[6]

Duration
180

1.5

EXPENDABLE ITEMS REQUIRING PERIODIC REPLACEMENT


for example lamps, batteries, fuses etc
Description
Item Location
Manufacturer
Part No.
Supplier/contact

NOTES:

[7]

2 USER RESPONSIBILITIES
2.1

Maintaining the log book


The log book should be used to record the following information;

Date of commissioning of the system, including any certification relating to an alteration.

Date any Completion Certificate including any certificate relating to alterations.

Date of each Periodic Inspection and Test Certificate.

Date and brief details of each service, inspection or test carried out.

Date and brief details of any defects and of remedial action taken.

Date and brief details of any alterations to the emergency lighting system.

If automatic testing devices are used, the results of the short duration tests shall also be recorded in the
log book.
Provision is made in Section 1.5 of this log book for recording the types and ratings of replacement
components of luminaries such as lamps, batteries, fuses, etc. In particular, the replacement of batteries
should be noted in the Record of Events (see pages 12 to 16).

2.2

Routine attention procedure

The two main failure modes of emergency lighting are:


(1)

lamps or tubes fail completely or partially;

(2)

batteries fail completely or partially (including standby generator starting batteries).

Regular checks of these items are essential. In order to minimise the change of premature failure of
compact sealed batteries used for emergency lighting (particularly those in self contained luminaries),
it is necessary for them to be regularly discharged and recharged.
Testing of emergency lighting often involves interrupting the electricity supply to the normal lighting
or to individual self-contained luminaries (e.g by temporarily switching off a circuit breaker or
operating the test switch). Additionally, there is a possibility of a failure to the electricity supply to
the normal lighting, occurring shortly after a period of testing the emergency lighting (during which the
batteries will have discharged partially or completely).
All tests should be carried out at a time of minimum risk. Alternative suitable temporary
arrangements may be necessary until batteries have recharged.
Luminaires should be regularly inspected for cleanliness and to ensure that they are not obscured.

[8]

2.3

Servicing

Batteries
In all cases the manufacturers instructions for both operation and maintenance should be followed. It
is particularly important that where applicable:
a) the tops of batteries and their terminals are kept clean and unobstructed and that
battery cases are periodically checked for leaks;
b) the electrolyte is at all times kept at the correct level as recommended by the
manufacturer;
c) any replacement battery should be compatible with the battery charger;
d) any replacement cell should be compatible with the battery;
e) any replacement battery charger should be compatible with the battery.
Generators
The manufacturers instructions as given in the associated instruction manual or other literature should
always be followed. It should be noted, however, that the failure of engines to start up readily often
arises from poor maintenance or defects in the starting battery or in electromechanical apparatus e.g.
relays incorporated in the starting system.
Dust and damp, singly or in combination, can have an adverse effect on electromechanical apparatus
and it is therefore important that a system of regular cleaning and, where necessary, adjustment is
carried out.
Some parts of the starting system may be sited where they are subject to vibration and great care
should therefore be taken in such instances to ensure that all connections are mechanically and
electrically sound.
It is essential that air intakes and exhausts are unobstructed.

[9]

2.4

Inspection and tests

BS EN 50172: 2004 / BS 5266-8: 2004 recommends that the minimum prescribed inspection and
testing is carried out at the following intervals:

Daily

Monthly

Subsequent annual test.

Note: National regulations may require differing intervals and a more onerous testing regime.

Daily

Visually inspect indicators of central power supply for correct operation;

Pass/fail inspection results shall be recorded on the daily records sheets.


Note: This is a visual inspection of indicators to identify that the system is in a ready condition and
does not require a test of operation.
Remedial work should be carried out only by persons with the necessary competence. In particular
nobody should carry out work of an electrical nature unless they meet the competence
requirements of Regulation 16 of the statutory Electricity at Work Regulations 1989.
Inspection and testing at the following intervals should be carried out by competent persons in
accordance with the recommendations of BS EN 50172: 2004 / BS 5266-8 2004, which include the
following:

Monthly
If automatic testing devices are used, the results of the short duration tests shall be recorded in the
record of events.
Tests shall be carried out as follows:
(a)

Switch on in the emergency mode each Luminaire and each internally illuminated exit sign
from its battery by simulation of a failure of the supply to the normal lighting for a period
sufficient to ensure that each lamp is illuminated;
Note:

The period of simulated failure should be sufficient for the purpose of this clause
whilst minimising damage to the system components e.g. lamps.

During this period, all Luminaires and signs shall be checked to ensure that they are present, clean
and functioning correctly.
At the end of this test period, the supply to the normal lighting should be restored and any indicator
lamp or device checked to ensure that is showing that the normal supply has been restored.
(b) In addition to (a), for central battery systems, the correct operation of system monitors shall
be checked;

[10]

(c) In addition to (a), for generator sets, refer to the requirements of BS 7698-12: 1998 / ISO
852812: 1997 Reciprocating internal combustion engine driven alternating current generating
sets. Emergency power supply to safety devices.

Annually
If automatic testing devices are used, the results of the short duration tests shall be recorded in the
record of events.
For all other systems the monthly inspection shall be carried out and the following additional tests
made:
(a)

each Luminaire and internally illuminated sign shall be tested in line with the
recommendations of BS EN 50172: 2004 / BS 5266-8: 2004, Clause 7.2.3 for its full rated
duration in accordance with the manufacturers information;

(b)

the supply to the normal lighting should be restored and any indicator lamp or device checked
to ensure that is showing that the normal supply has been restored. The charging
arrangements should be checked for proper functioning;

(c)

the date of the test and its results shall be recorded in the system log book;

(d)

in addition, for generator sets, refer to the requirements of BS 7698-12: 1998 / ISO 852812:
1997.

[11]

Emergency Lighting Record of Events

Date of Test
or Reported
Defect
08-05-2012

* = Insert
NOTE:

Description i.e.
Alterations to System
Periodic Inspection
Service Visit
Defects Found
Duration Test

D = Daily

M = Monthly

Location
Affected

Description of
Action Taken

4th & 5th Floor


Tenants area

Date of Action
Completed
08-05-2012

Y = Yearly Periodic Inspection

Sheet to be ruled off after each entry


[12]

Signature of Responsible
Person or Contractor

Emergency Lighting Record of Events


Date of Test
or Reported
Defect

Description i.e.
Alterations to System
Periodic Inspection Service Visit
Defects Found

Location Affected

* = Insert

D = Daily M = Monthly Y = Yearly Periodic Inspection


NOTE:
Sheet to be ruled off after each entry
[13]

Description of
Action Taken

Date of Action
Completed

Signature of
Responsible
Person or
Contractor

Emergency Lighting Record of Events


Date of Test
or Reported
Defect

* = Insert
NOTE:

Description i.e.
Alterations to System
Periodic Inspection Service Visit
Defects Found

D = Daily

M = Monthly

Location Affected

Y = Yearly Periodic Inspection

Sheet to be ruled off after each entry


[14]

Description of
Action Taken

Date of Action
Completed

Signature of
Responsible
Person or
Contractor

Emergency Lighting Record of Events


Date of Test
or Reported
Defect

* = Insert
NOTE:

Description i.e.
Alterations to System
Periodic Inspection Service Visit
Defects Found

D = Daily

M = Monthly

Location Affected

Y = Yearly Periodic Inspection

Sheet to be ruled off after each entry


[15]

Description of
Action Taken

Date of Action
Completed

Signature of
Responsible
Person or
Contractor

Emergency Lighting Record of Events


Date of Test
or Reported
Defect

* = Insert
NOTE:

Description i.e.
Alterations to System
Periodic Inspection Service Visit
Defects Found

D = Daily

M = Monthly

Location Affected

Y = Yearly Periodic Inspection

Sheet to be ruled off after each entry


[16]

Description of
Action Taken

Date of Action
Completed

Signature of
Responsible
Person or
Contractor

DAILY VISUAL INSPECTION OF CENTRAL POWER SUPPLY INDICATORS


Date
08-05-12

Initials
RH

Pass

Fail

Date

Initials

Pass

[17]

Fail

Date

Initials

Pass

Fail

DAILY VISUAL INSPECTION OF CENTRAL POWER SUPPLY INDICATORS


Date

Initials

Pass

Fail

Date

Initials

Pass

[18]

Fail

Date

Initials

Pass

Fail

DAILY VISUAL INSPECTION OF CENTRAL POWER SUPPLY INDICATORS


Date

Initials

Pass

Fail

Date

Initials

Pass

[19]

Fail

Date

Initials

Pass

Fail

DAILY VISUAL INSPECTION OF CENTRAL POWER SUPPLY INDICATORS


Date

Initials

Pass

Fail

Date

Initials

Pass

[20]

Fail

Date

Initials

Pass

Fail

[21]

FIRE DETECTION AND ALARM


SYSTEM MODIFICATION
CERTIFICATE

Certificate Reference:

9283/FMN1

1. DETAILS OF THE CLIENT


Client:

Skansen Interiors Limited

Address:

Aldermary House, 10-15 Queen Street, London, EC4N 7TX

2. DETAILS OF THE FIRE DETECTION AND ALARM SYSTEM


Installation Address:

St Albans House, 57-59 Haymarket, London, SW1Y 4BP

Extent of the fire


detection and alarm
system covered by
this certificate:

6th Floor Tenants

3. DETAILS OF THE MODIFICATION


Details of the modification:

New Wiring and Devices to 6th Floor, East and West Tenant Area L2 Coverage

4. TESTING AND DRAWINGS

9
9

Following the modifications, the system has been tested in accordance with the recommendations of Clause 46.4.2 of BS
5839-1:2002.
Following the modifications, 'As Fitted' drawings and other system records have been updated as appropriate.

5. RELATED REFERENCE DOCUMENTS


Related reference documents and certificate numbers:

Electrical Installation Certificate 9283/ICR2 and Emergency Lighitng Completion Certificate 9283/ECN2

6. CERTIFICATE OF MODIFICATION
I/We being the competent person(s) responsible (as indicated by my/our signatures below) for the modification of the fire alarm
system, particulars of which are set out above, CERTIFY that the said modification work for which I/we have been responsible has to
the best of my/our knowledge and belief been carried out in accordance with the recommendations of Clause 46.4 of BS
5839-1:2002, except for the variations, if any, stated in this certificate.
Variations from the recommendations of Clause 46.4 of BS 5839-1:2002:

None

The extent of liability of the signatory/signatories is limited to the work described above as the subject of this certificate.
For the MODIFICATION of the system:
Name:

R. Howlett

Position:

Engineer

Signature:

Date:

21/03/2012

7. DETAILS OF THE ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR


Trading Title:

PIP ELECTRICS LIMITED

Address:

Fenton House, Fenton Way


Southfields Business Park
Basildon, Essex

Postcode:
Tysoft EasyCert Copyright Tysoft 2012.

Registration Number
(if applicable):

9970

Telephone Number:

01268 541651

SS15 6TD
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Richard Howlett
John Lindsay [john.lindsay@iatservices.co.uk]
26 June 2012 09:21
Richard Howlett
info@iatservices.co.uk
Emailing: IAT Services Report Reference SR6306-001-015043

From:
Sent:
To:
Cc:
Subject:

Ref: SR6306/001/015043

Date
Type
Discipline
Engineer

12 June 2012
Quoted Work
Fire
Mark Logan

PO No: 019283-91912

Project Details
Project
Reference
Address
Contact
Phone/Mobile
Email

St Albans House 3rd Floor


SR6306/001
57-60 Haymarket, London SW1Y 4QX
Richard Howlett
01268 541651
howlettr@pipelectrics.com

Client Details
Client

PIP Electrics Ltd.

Work Undertaken
On-site to carry out extra/quoted works.
On site to commission 4 x smoke detectors and 2 x interfaces, as well as additional
sounders on the 3rd floor.
Commissioned new devices and tested all satisfactory.
The sounders were not complete as all new devices were not available to 2nd fix,
electricians on site will return to complete.
A return visit is required to test the sounders upon competition.

Materials Used
n/a

Recommendations
n/a

Attending Engineer
Engineer Name

Mark Logan

Signature

Acceptance
Name
Title

Not available
Not available

The above individual claimed authority to sign on behalf of the Client and signed to confirm that
all work to be satisfactory and agreed that all chargeable work and related taxes will be paid on
submission of invoice(s).

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22 May 2012 10:16
Lee Anderson
FW: Fire Alarm Commissioning 4 & 5

From:
Sent:
To:
Subject:

Ref: SR6306/001/014776

Date
Type
Discipline
Engineer

1 May 2012
Quoted Work
Fire
Mark Logan

PO No: 019283-91912

Project Details
Project
Reference
Address
Contact
Phone/Mobile
Email

St Albans House 4th & 5th Floors


SR6306/001
57-60 Haymarket, London SW1Y 4QX
Richard Howlett
01268 541651
howlettr@pipelectrics.com

Client Details
Client

PIP Electrics Ltd.

Work Undertaken
On-site to carry out extra/quoted works.
On site to commission the newly installed fire alarm devices located on the 4th and
5th floors. As well as connect in the newly wired sounder circuit,
Commissioned 2 call points, 3 smoke detectors and 1 interface on the fourth floor, as
well as 2 call points, 3 smoke detectors and 1 interface on the fifth floor,
All these devices were tested for correct operation, and all satisfactory
The sounders were connected on both floors but a return visit is required to check
these for correct operation,

Materials Used
n/a

Recommendations
n/a

Attending Engineer
Engineer Name

Mark Logan

Signature

Acceptance

Name
Title
The above individual claimed authority to sign on behalf of the Client and signed to confirm that
all work to be satisfactory and agreed that all chargeable work and related taxes will be paid on
submission of invoice(s).

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Ref: SR6306/001/014868

Date
Type
Discipline
Engineer

14 May 2012
Quoted Work
Fire
Mark Logan

PO No: 019283-93278

Project Details
Project
Reference
Address
Contact
Phone/Mobile
Email

St Albans House
SR6306/001
57-60 Haymarket, London SW1Y 4QX
Richard Howlett
01268 541651
howlerrr@pipelectrical.com

Client Details
Client

PIP Electrics Ltd.

Work Undertaken
On-site to carry out extra/quoted works.
On site to carry out a sound level test on the fourth and fifth floors west and
commission a new smoke detector, sounded and I/o unit on the second floor.
The sound levels were as follows
4th floorAv room 88
Kitchen 71
Open office 88
Office a 89
Office b 88
5th floorAv room 87
Kitchen 73
Open office 88
Office a 89
Office b 89
Commissioned the devices on the first floor as follows
Device 98 smoke detector 2nd floor av room
Module 29 I/o unit 2nd floor av room
The sounder was connected
All devices tested and satisfactory
Panel healthy at time of departure
Please note a return visit is required to commission the devices on the first floor as
these were no yet wired
1

Materials Used
n/a

Recommendations
n/a

Attending Engineer
Engineer Name

Mark Logan

Signature

Acceptance
Name
Title
The above individual claimed authority to sign on behalf of the Client and signed to confirm that
all work to be satisfactory and agreed that all chargeable work and related taxes will be paid on
submission of invoice(s).

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Section 7
Record Drawings

RECORD DRAWINGS

DRAWING NUMBER

DESCRIPTION

9283_101

6th Floor Lighting Layout

9283_102

2nd Floor Lighting Layout

9283_103

3rd Floor Lighting Layout

9283_104

4th Floor Lighting Layout

9283_105

5th Floor Lighting Layout

9283_301

6th Floor Small Power Layout

9283_302

2nd Floor Small Power Layout

9283_303

3rd Floor Small Power Layout

9283_304

4th Floor Small Power Layout

9283_305

5th Floor Small Power Layout

9283_401

6th Floor Fire Alarm Layout

9283_402

2nd Floor Fire Alarm Layout

9283_403

3rd Floor Fire Alarm Layout

9283_404

4th Floor Fire Alarm Layout

9283_405

5th Floor Fire Alarm Layout