Inspection of voltage drop in conductors It is part of the inspection process to ensure that installed conductors have been correctly selected for current carrying capacity and voltage drop. To check the suitability of the current carrying capacity it is simply a matter of looking at the installation method, and then checking on the current carrying capacity tables for the cable in Appendix 4 of BS 7671.To ensure that the cable meets the voltage drop requirements is slightly more complex. A simple method is to measure the voltage at the origin of the circuit, and then measure the
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