"I used this for a chairlift installation using an RCD/Isolator+MCB+Contactor for an 'Emergency Stop' button. The tails and earth enter the bottom face where it is easy to achieve IP2X. A T&E and round 2-core exited the top surface which requires a little more accuracy to achieve IP4X. I always use a rotozip tool to mill the case apertures and in reality achieve IP4X all-round. In conclusion, this product represents excellent value for money and can provide a first class result with a modicum of installer skill."
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Review 2 for Wylex 2-Way Fully Insulated Main Switch Consumer Unit
"This is a small unit with a "onset" front cover which fits right over the unit, meaning it's impossible to terminate SWA. (OK, only certain plastic units do allow this, but bear in mind that you will definitely need a separate box with this one).
Irritatingly, I found out that the supplied bus-bar was wrong and wouldn't fit into Wylex MCB's alongside the main switch. See photo. The main switch accepts a double-prong style of bus bar, but Wylex MCB's don't. The supplied bus bar is unique because it is bent over 90 degrees because space inside is so tight.
In the end I used a piece of old bus bar off a different unit (without the bend so it was tight against the wall of the case). (Don't try bending bus-bar, they can be brittle..)"
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Review 5 for Wylex 2-Way Fully Insulated Main Switch Consumer Unit
"Bought this item in a hurry without first checking position of knock-outs. There aren't any.
Very cheap design. A back plate and cover so unless the cable entry/exit is from the rear it is almost impossible to terminate the cables without cutting into the cover (for glands/conduit/trunking), and potentially compromising 'Ingress Protection'.
Spend a few quid more and get a decent enclosure with proper provision for cable entries."