I have limited knowledge of MCBs and just doing research to secure my kitchen.
I want to connect my power supply main and inverter main with common neutral to a TP MCB. This MCB will be placed in the kitchen. The idea is to isolate the kitchen from power supply and inverter with a single MCB in case something goes wrong or manual action. Can I do this with a TP or I need two MCBs to achieve the result.
Thanks in Advance
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My connection at the moment shares the neutral and unfortunately it can't be changed easily. That is why I am looking at TP MCB so that I can isolate the Kitchen completely.
I did some research and looks like everyone is saying TP is used only where the power supply is 3 phase line. But in my opinion the MCB is 3 pole (not phase) and should trip whenever there is a problem in any pole. I have checked DP MCB and the symbol for the connection is same. It is just one extra pole in TP MCB. My understanding is, if we can connect live and neutral in DP MCB then why we can't add one more pole and achieve the same result with TP MCB.