1/ For surface mounting, remove the two securing screws on the front panel.
2/ Affix the enclosure base via the 4 corner holes and fit the plastic covers.
3/ Refit the enclosure front panel with the 2 screws from (1) above
4/ Ensure that the circuit breaker switch is in the OFF (down) position.
5/ Connect the IEC C14 plug to the mains 240 volt A.C. power.
6/ Switch power on at the mains power wall outlet.
7/ Swith the circuit breaker to the on position (UP)
8/ Test the Residual Current Safety Switch as below.
9/ Connect the load to the IEC C13 socket.
To ensure that the RCD Safety Switches fitted to equipment perform correctly, they must be tested at regular intervals.
AS/NZS 3760 2010 recommends that each RCD be tested every three months
To test the RCD Safety Switch press the test button on the front of the device and then release it.
Pressing the test button will simulate an earth leakage fault and indicates whether the device is operating correctly.
When an RCD Safety Switch operates all power is lost to the equipment protected by the RCD.
To restore power simply move the on/off switch back to the on position.
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