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I'm electrical engineering student specializing in computer networking.

I'm also an amateur radio operator, callsign YU1NKA.


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accepted Acceptable ground to neutral voltage?
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comment Acceptable ground to neutral voltage?
@Tester101 About the other comment: We have a bit different terminology, but I think that I'm talking about neutral to ground voltage. Here I have a TT grounding system and the ground conductor I'm talking about is connected to the electrode array berried in the ground. I'm not sure how EGC in this kind of set-up would be different from ground.
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comment Acceptable ground to neutral voltage?
@Tester101 I'm not worried about cows and I don't have any. In that comment, I just mentioned what some articles I've read say about acceptable neutral to ground voltages and some of the problems the articles mention when neutral to ground voltages are higher than values mentioned by the article.
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comment Acceptable ground to neutral voltage?
This is much closer to what I'm looking. Thanks!
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comment Acceptable ground to neutral voltage?
Please read the question before answering.
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comment Acceptable ground to neutral voltage?
But I'm asking for exact values.
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comment Ethernet cable instead of Thermostat wire?
I've seen 230 V AC used for thermostats. Would CAT 6 do fine even for that?
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comment Acceptable ground to neutral voltage?
@Tester101 Yes, I've seen that paper quoted several times, but it doesn't address the main issue.
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comment Acceptable ground to neutral voltage?
@Tester101 At the plug, but I'm looking for general answer.
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comment Acceptable ground to neutral voltage?
@ratchet freak Well I do agree on that. :) It's just that some sources for example say that the voltage should be below 0.5 V (source claimed that exposing cows to Vgn higher than 0.5 V can impact milk production), others say that below 2 V is fine, some say that some computers may work up to 30 V and so on and so on.
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