Memera range of consumer units is redesigned and expanded

MEM Memera

The MEM Memera range of consumer units has been redesigned and expanded to include units to overcome problems faced by installers trying to meet the requirements of the 17th Edition of the Wiring Regulations. In particular, there is more wiring space to accommodate RCBOs for protecting individual outgoing circuits.

The new units offer double-pole isolation or RDC incoming main switch.

The new range includes an 11-way unit specifically designed for RCBO protection of outgoing ways and moulded and metal enclosures with up to 19 and 38 outgoing ways, respectively. There are also new 1- and 2/3-way consumer units.

Other possibilities include a new 80 A + 63 A dual-RCD option.

Type B or Type C MCBs and RCBOs can be accommodated.

There is also the option for protective and control devices to be factory fitted.

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