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We do use RCD (Residual Current Device) protection, and rather extensively these days even, it's just hiding in disguise North American electrical wiring indeed started off as a TN-C (all protective earthing is accomplished by referencing things to the neutral) system, back in the bad old days before we had three-prong outlets and GFCIs (Ground Fault ...


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Are you considering passing a constant current through the clamp in a wet environment? BTW, these have been the standard "go to" clamp for this purpose for more years than I know of, and I have not seen one where galvanic corrosion has made a hole in the copper pipe. In the UK, all copper pipes have to be bonded including gas pipe supply as well. The ...


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