Lighting Distribution Boards In Electrical Construction Works, Lighting Distribution Boards are an integral and essential part of every building project and it must be designed, manufactured and installed all in accordance with the safety standards.
A distribution board (also known as panelboard, breaker panel, or electric panel) is a component of an electricity supply system that divides an electrical power feed into subsidiary circuits, while providing a protective fuse or circuit breaker for each circuit in a common enclosure.
The consumer is allowed to operate this circuit breaker or switch if necessary (e.g. to reclose it if the circuit breaker has tripped due to current consumption exceeded the authorized limit, to open it in case of emergency, or for isolation purposes in case of maintenance in the distribution board).
Light distribution patterns provide different lighting patterns on the ground to provide more task-specific light for different applications. Distribution types allow for better light layouts, the ability to use fewer lights and have a more even light spread on the ground instead of spots of light
Wiring of the distribution board , Single phase, from Energy meter to the main distribution board (Without RCD = Residual Current Devices) Note: here you can read this wiring diagram with RCD = Residual Current Device Wiring of the Distribution Board with RCD, Single Phase, (from Energy Meter to the main Distribution Board) Fuse Board Connection.
A distribution board can also be known as a panel board or a breaker. It is an element of an electricity supply system, which will separate an electrical power feed into secondary circuits, whilst providing a protective fuse for each circuit in a regular enclosure.