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1. Residual Current Device (Safety Switch) for indoor use


This device is intended to trip the electricity supply if the current flows to earth. This will provide protection from electric shock if a person comes into contact with an electrical circuit. This could happen if there are faulty appliances being used. These may include domestic products such as power tools, hair dryers, gardening equipment, vacuum cleaners and electric mowers.


Recommended to be installed when using extension cords outdoors. It is a Workplace Regulation that any handheld electrical equipment used on a worksite must be protected by an RCD.

$16 each Inc Gst  (Only 3 now)


2. JACKSON Powerclip 3way Power Board
Features
- The first strong clip design for clamping onto any solid surface
- IP30 rated design prevents sharp items entering the sockets
- Three power sockets with protective safety shutters
- 2m power lead
- Master on/off switch with dust cover
- Overload protected

$9.50 each incl GST (Only 6 left)

3. #PLP-C6-5. 5Metre Cat6 UTP Patch Lead - Purple
Conforms to T568B specification, are individually channel tested and are pre-made with a tangle free slimline injection molded boots and RJ45 plug.

$6 each Inc GST (there are only 6 )


Freight $6.90 Nationwide
Combine Items save on Freight










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