multicore cable core colour identification

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The 1st of April has seen a major revision to the cable core colour identification for low voltage fixed wiring cables.
Core colours – all change in 2004!
It is advisable to properly terminate unused cores of a multicore cable.
It is advisable to properly terminate unused cores of a multicore cable.

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