Wiring schematic for fish room power - opinion nee

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08 Jul 2016 23:58 - 08 Jul 2016 23:59 #1 by Jim (Jim Lawlor)
I've completed the electrical diagram for my fish room. Any experts out there know if this will be ok?


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09 Jul 2016 05:35 #2 by robert (robert carter)

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09 Jul 2016 09:37 #3 by LemonJelly (Johnny Cowley)
just make sure everything is labelled :whistle:

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09 Jul 2016 17:34 #4 by carlowchris (chris)
I'm no expert but I'd think rather than laying out the plugs like that you really need to look at the current being drawn by each peice of equipment and lay it out equally a cross all the plugs you have.

It kind of like like your going to have about 200 plug socks going into one plug in the wall??

Will the combination of those not exceed the 13amp fuse in the first plug?

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09 Jul 2016 18:31 #5 by Jim (Jim Lawlor)
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09 Jul 2016 19:50 #6 by paulv (paul vickers)
Will I get a prize if I find the way out :side:

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09 Jul 2016 20:24 #7 by robert (robert carter)
After seeing Chris post i was beginning to wonder was this a serious post . It does look a bit similar to our house when the christmas lighrs are up

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09 Jul 2016 21:41 #8 by carlowchris (chris)
That went straight over my head first time round...but I get it now :unsure:

I'm obviously not getting enough sleep
Night night :kiss: :kiss:

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09 Jul 2016 22:04 - 09 Jul 2016 22:15 #9 by Jim (Jim Lawlor)
In fairness Chris & Robert - it's not that far off reality!

@Paul - you get a prize if you turn something on and it actually turns on in the tank you expected!

@lemonjelly - labelling started!


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10 Jul 2016 21:29 #10 by paulv (paul vickers)
I'm sure one of them lights up the exit sign.

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11 Jul 2016 01:42 #11 by Sukahn (Shane Doorley)
Sure hasn't fish keeping become a lot more power friendly recently. Just make sure the first extension lead is surge protected :)

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11 Jul 2016 08:48 #12 by igmillichip (ian millichip)
The second plug in on the 7th bank is a cheapo one from a dodger street dealer...........

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11 Jul 2016 10:54 #13 by paulv (paul vickers)

igmillichip wrote: The second plug in on the 7th bank is a cheapo one from a dodger street dealer...........

I was wondering when someone would spot the difference :P

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11 Jul 2016 10:59 #14 by robert (robert carter)
so just replace the plug and your ready to go , just make sure the house insurance is up to date and the phone number of the fire brigade is 999 .

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11 Jul 2016 16:47 #15 by ger310 (Ger .)

Jim wrote: I've completed the electrical diagram for my fish room. Any experts out there know if this will be ok?



All joking aside I have seen some peoples fish houses and there not that much different from this ha...........a couple of people on here know who I'm on about!! lol

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