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18th Edition (BS 7671:2018) Amendment 2 is being prepared

The 18th Edition (BS 7671:2018) Amendment 1, which concerns electric vehicle charge points, came into effect on 1 February 2020.   

The ongoing amendments to BS7671 are required for the standards to remain current and aligned with changes in technology, installation techniques and changes to other standards.

Amendment 2 is now in progress.  The proposed changes were in Draft for Public Comment (DPC) between 21 September to 11 December 2020. 

Potential changes include:

- Arc fault detection devices (AFDDs) to be required on all single-phase final circuits (not exceeding 32A) supplying socket-outlets and fixed current-using equipment

- Remove the option for omitting RCDs on socket outlets not exceeding 32A in installations other than dwellings.

- Reduce the number of items on the schedule of inspections for an electrical installation certificate to make it more user friendly.

- Require for  new premise to have additional earthing provision, such as foundation earthing

After in Draft for Public Comment (DPC) a final version will be agreed  in 2021, Amendment 2 is likely to come into effect in early 2022.

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