ELECTRICAL INSPECTION COMMUNITIESELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS COMMON REVIEW
The Low Voltage Electrotechnical Regulations (REBT), regulates the verification and inspection of public electrical installations.
This law establishes the obligation to carry out regular inspection (once every 10 years) of common electrical Portada Web.
As the REBT entered into force on September 18, 2003, those communities Neighbors tenganuna total installed capacity exceeding 1000 kW and have more than 25 homes in the building must pass the electrical inspection of other facilities, before 18 September this year.
Therefore it is vitally important for all communities to have owners supporting documentation of the technical characteristics of your electrical system to know its power and thus know if you are forced to perform the electrical inspection.
Another important factor to be considered by the Communities issue is whether or not you separate premises for economic activities, since supplies for local also computed (the number of dwellings must be added the number of premises).
They are not taken into account when making an inspection, the common facilities, such as pools, garages or outdoor lighting that are required to perform a specific electrical inspection. Here it is trying to match both inspections.