The other possibility is to fit the whole thing inside a box right next to the board, and only have the power pack and network cables exiting.
Over here as long as you need a tool (screwdriver) to open it, its deemed acceptable, although it should have a warning label.
I was wrong about the grounding...misinformation from a human source..that I need to talk to again.
I prefer the real deal, rather than Wiki, but the 127MB download would scare anyone off, which like NZ is strange "why you would scare off people from seeking information on the correct manner to do things".??
Now I'm not sure who KE7GKP was sniping at with this
Apparently volume of posting doesn't necessarily correlate with knowledge of the topic.
I thought the posting count was related to Arduino forum posts, no matter what the size, content or usefulness of the post.
There are lots of reasons why a single earth point is used, and NZ is slowly adopting to it, however its only ever had the ground and neutral joined at switchboard, or sub boards.
re exposed power lugs below the CTs. If you adopt the switch off first, then its all fine.
I'm just surprised how exposed they are, mainly because electricians have been known to work live, rather than switching off the power.