Lets take a look at what was in Wiring Matters – Issue 77 September 2019
Brief introduction to the deployment of medical IT systems
Patients undergoing acute care in healthcare establishments (such as hospitals) require enhanced reliability and safety of the electrical installation as well as the safe and reliable operation of the medical electrical (ME) equipment used. This is to provide security of supplies and minimize the risk of electric shock.
BS 7671:2018 Frequently Asked Questions
The IET’s technical helpline receives a wide range of frequently asked questions. Here are just a few of the common questions received.
Setting the Standard
This article explores a brief history of standardization, the current process of standardization and why it is so important for our industry today.
IET announces new amendment to BS 7671 (IET Wiring Regulations)
The IET has announced a new amendment to BS 7671:2018 (IET Wiring Regulations 18th Edition). The national Wiring Regulations committee, JPEL/64, today agreed the publication of Amendment 1, which will consist of a stand-alone update to Section 722: Electric Vehicle Charging Installations.
Solar & Storage Live
The IET are pleased to announce that they are partnering with Solar & Storage Live again this year (17th – 19th September, NEC Birmingham).
Which RCD Type?
Residual Current Devices (RCDs) are safety switching devices. They are designed to provide safety for three types of protection, this section takes a look at them.
Setting the Standard continued, A-Deviations
In the previous article (Setting the Standard- Issue 77) they briefly described the process of standardisation from international to national level. One area that they did not discuss in detail relates to a situation a national committee is faced with when an EN or HD cannot be implemented at national level.