Most of the time, swimming pools and farms are exceptions.
Originally Posted by strap89
A colleague tells me that even if a system is not properly grounded (say your GES produces 20 Ohms), you can be killed by step voltage even without a ground fault situation.
Doesn't to me either. We are talking about less than 1000 volts aren't we?
Does an underground neutral under operating under normal conditions create step potential? This does not seem correct to me.
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