Twin-assembly distribution boards are designed for latest regulations

Hager, distribution board

Hager has extended its range of Type B distribution boards to include versions with twin-pan assemblies, with each pan having its own meter to measure lighting and power consumption separately. They have been developed in response to the requirements of Part L2 for more sub-metering and the 17th Edition of the Wiring Regulations for more outgoing ways, more RCBOs and/or RCD protection and more control devices.

These boards are available with prefitted 125 or 250 A incomers with different split outgoing way configurations. Pan assemblies can be side by side or above each other, depending on the space available for mounting.

The boards are supplied with meters having a pulsed output. Solutions can be supplied with Modbus output and features such as data logging and Web connectivity for remote meter reading.

Installation features include a system for connecting trunking that avoids using Paxolin or other fillers.

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