I’m considering having our old fusebox replaced with a fusebox that meets the current (haha!) UK building regulations. The new fusebox would have residual current circuit breakers which I believe would break the circuit when a difference of 30ma is detected.
I have a few Fibaro Dimmer 2 units fitted behind light switches around the house. The wiring in the house only has earth, live and switched live at the switch and these Fibaro dimmers cleverly leach a small amount of current to earth to power themselves. Does anyone know if these dimmers would cause the RCCBs to cut off?
Rewiring the lighting circuits to bring neutral down to the switches really isn’t an option, the wiring is plastered into the walls. If the dimmers are going to cause a problem then I’d rather no only find out after the fusebox has been replaced.