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hi,(not sure where to post this)  im looking to help my friend redo his kitchen and has asked me about his induction hob as im trained as an engineer mechanical and minor electrical in England but have no idea about europe electrical things   

 

He wants to wire it to a normal plug socked (type f im guessing)  im confident in wiring my own things up at home . i have put pictures below on what i was sent
my main issue is the black wire . i have no idea about that im assuming it is a live wire too, and know the earth connection goes in the middle and blue and brown on either side ,

My main issues are can i even wire it to a normal plug and plug it in , what this black cable is / where it goes.

Any and all help is needed as i have been thrown in the deep end and dont want to let him down ( if you know of anything i need to buy

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3 minutes ago, PraisePuppy said:

Any and all help is needed as i have been thrown in the deep end and dont want to let him down

Hire an electrician before you hurt someone. There's no shame in admitting you don't know, and a bruised ego is better than a smoldering pile of ash.

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13 minutes ago, PraisePuppy said:

i have no idea about that im assuming it is a live wire too, and know the earth connection goes in the middle and blue and brown on either side ,

Black and Brown are both live, they need to be hooked up to a dual phase breaker.

This device is probably supposed to be hardwired into the house as you can't wire it into a normal outlet, please hire an electrician if you aren't comfortable/familiar with EU electrics.

English is not my first language, so please excuse any confusion or misunderstandings on my end.

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39 minutes ago, PraisePuppy said:

He wants to wire it to a normal plug socked

That's not gonna work.

 

It's currently wired for 2-phase supply. It can be wired for single phase (the right 1N diagram) but for that you'd need to remove the existing cable, install a properly sized 3-wire one and the bridge shown. But it still needs a proper fixed circuit that is appropriately rated, that thing draws >3x the power you can draw on a common outlet.

 

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1 hour ago, PraisePuppy said:

hi,(not sure where to post this)  im looking to help my friend redo his kitchen and has asked me about his induction hob as im trained as an engineer mechanical and minor electrical in England but have no idea about europe electrical things   

 

He wants to wire it to a normal plug socked (type f im guessing)  im confident in wiring my own things up at home . i have put pictures below on what i was sent
my main issue is the black wire . i have no idea about that im assuming it is a live wire too, and know the earth connection goes in the middle and blue and brown on either side ,

My main issues are can i even wire it to a normal plug and plug it in , what this black cable is / where it goes.

Any and all help is needed as i have been thrown in the deep end and dont want to let him down ( if you know of anything i need to buy

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Weird

I'm in France so have this kinda setup, and you have usually 3 wires for normal 220V wall plugs

Blue is neutral

Yellow/green is ground

Anything else is phase, yours should be some dual phase then

We also have 3 phases for 380V...

 

 

 

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This thing can draw 7,2KW, which is twice the max load you can draw through the Schuko connector you have there. You need two 16A circuits or one 32A circuit to power that thing. In short: Not doable with this socket, please involve an electrician.

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