CFO (Chief Fun Officer)
- Feb 13, 2016
- Seattle Area
You are arguing my point, not his. Said differential in outlets would never be cured with a 6 gauge ground wire in AC cord as Tom claimed. Indeed I quoted papers indicating differentials on outlets.Um, yes. It does stick Amir...
Do some basic differential ground/earth tests on various circuits/loops in your house and report back. Ground potentials vary massively- even on a simple circuit.
Just measured a ~2.0V ACRMS ground/earth delta on a 1200W (heater-PF 1.0) loop from one GPO to another. Maybe 10M max- one room to another.
Just like when you measure amplifiers- when did you last clarify and specify the line voltage? Hint: it make a big difference, especially with linear supplies.