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    Isolation switch/Fused spur?

    Does anyone know where i can buy an isolation switch/fused spur but the flush mounted type (UK style). It's for an A/C unit between the consumer unit.

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    the only breaker switches I have seen are the surface mounted ones

    you would have to adapt one of those

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    HACO have a flush mount but it has a horrible dolly type switch. I want to mount it in the ceiling just above the AC unit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesus Jones
    I want to mount it in the ceiling just above the AC unit.
    disguised as a camera?

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    Yeah from the UK Jesus jones with neon or without?

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    NEON would be better. So far this haco will have to do, however, i did notice M&K rest using british fused spurs and sockets

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    You need a shop that supplies to electricians like Numchai in Pattaya, DNT in Chonburi or China town in Bangkok. Legrand, Crabtree, MK, Bticino and Clipsal to name a few that have products available in TH via Asian electrical distributers. You could pick up a UK style switch fuse in Bangkok no problem or use a more readily available Bticino or National flush adapter and front plate to carry a 2 pole breaker.
    Fitting local isolation to ACís is a smart idea and is standard practice where monkeys donít wire stuff up.

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