Fused Spurs

A fused spur also known as a fused connection unit (FCU) is an electrical switch containing a fuse often used instead of a conventional electric plug socket.
There are two different types of fused spurs, a switched that includes a manual switch for turning on or off, and a non-switched which does not have a manual switch.
What are fused spurs used for?
For maintenance and health and safety when installing appliances such as washing machines and dish washers or high powered electrical equipment on a separate cable from a ring main, you can use a fused spur.
Can you connect a fused spur to an existing socket?
You can connect a fused spur to an existing socket providing the socket does not already have a spur. The number of spurs used must not exceed the number of sockets.
All electrical equipment should be installed by a qualified electrician.

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Description Price Number of Gangs Switched Current Rating Trip Speed Trip Current Minimum Box Depth Mounting Style RCD Type Fuse Type International Protection Rating Number of Poles Length Depth Width
RS Stock No. 157-9636
Mfr. Part No.H92WP-C
1 - 13A - 30mA 25mm Surface Mount Passive BS 1362 - 2 86mm 27.2mm 86mm
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Mfr. Part No.H92MP-C
1 - 13A 40ms 30mA 20mm Flush Mount Passive BS 5733, BS 7288 - 2 84mm 60mm 84mm