RADIAL LIGHTING CIRCUIT SPUR
Domestic Electrical Circuits - SimplifyDIY
Radial circuits may be installed in two ways: A circuit using 2 two-core-and-earth cable must be protected by a 20amp fuse or MCB, and serve an area no greater than 50m (538 sq ft). Maximum cable lengths of 33m if protected by an MCB, or 35m if protected by a cartridge fuse apply.
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House Wiring for Beginners - DIYWiki
Radial circuits are used for lighting. There is one lighting circuit on each lighting MCB. Lighting circuits are usually on a 6A MCB or 5A fuse, though 10A can be used (with some extra restrictions (now removed in the 17th edition of the wiring regs)) for large circuits. However if the area served is large, more 5A or 6A circuits would in most cases be preferable.
Adding a spur to a ring final circuit - John Ward
Socket outlet wiring. The spur socket only has a single cable, with the connections to Live, Neutral and Earth. This is exactly the same as connecting at the end of a radial circuit. The other end of the cable connects to a socket on the ring, so there will be three cables in that socket. In the diagram here,..