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Control Breaker on a pilot (indication) light


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According to Sans 10142 an indicator lights needs to be installed for alternative supplies such as inverters.

Question is: Do that indicator light need a "Control breaker" to protect it.

I know it is stupid and I would not add it as it would "bypass" the function of the indicator light and one would think the panel is safe to work on if that breaker is switched off.

Would just create a greater hazard if installed.

The question comes because of a failed COC and that is one of the requirements according to the electrician.

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