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Hello everyone. Long time since I have been in here but could one of you fine fellows answer a question about a Pyromix Euro 46.

Can the panel be 4 wire and say the expanders be EOL.

Would get me out of a big hole if it could.

 

Cheers

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1 hour ago, james.wilson said:

(none do that i know of?)

 

unless I'm mistaken-

 

Eur Mini has neg gobal tamper & positive  loops (you loose a zone this way)

Eur 46 has pos / neg loops on on endstation

Double pole expanders are available

 

Premier 48,88 & 168 & std expander are double poled with EOL on the outer zone pair (like TS Networker)

 

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6 hours ago, MrHappy said:

 

unless I'm mistaken-

 

Eur Mini has neg gobal tamper & positive  loops (you loose a zone this way)

Eur 46 has pos / neg loops on on endstation

Double pole expanders are available

 

Premier 48,88 & 168 & std expander are double poled with EOL on the outer zone pair (like TS Networker)

 

Sorry I was using my galaxy and old euro knowledge was off then

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18 hours ago, james.wilson said:

bear in mind any eol panel that doesnt use pos and neg circuits (none do that i know of?) dp wiring wont comply as it wont detect a short circuit

 

Douple Pole is ok for Grade 2 is it not?

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9 hours ago, sixwheeledbeast said:

Yer, G2 but only if it can detect a short like JW says.

So Euro 46 double pole does not comply?

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