Because you use electricity every day in your home to meet your various needs, good household electrical protection is essential to ensure a certain level of safety in the event of a current leak, short circuit or insulation fault. . In this regard, there are different mandatory systems:
The circuit breaker, which will ensure that the power used does not exceed that subscribed to in your subscription and will allow the power to be cut off throughout the installation, in particular in the event of a short circuit.
The differential circuit breaker, which plays the same role, but has a higher sensitivity.
The fuse, which protects against short circuits and overloads by breaking the circuit in the event of a problem.
In addition to this, good electrical protection also involves monitoring your electrical installation, to ensure that it meets the safety standards in force. In practice, regularly check the wires and plugs for any signs of damage.