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- Apr 23, 2021
No it doesn'tOk i give it a try! I assume the included pictures shows what you describe in the next sentences. Right?
but the picture shows a ground wire going to the secondary N?
So this connection is now shown in the picture is the first fault?
ok the picture shows both situations ?
On the top is youre preferred connection with N and PE connected and on the bottom is the faulty cases. (you assume i’m advocating for)
But the on the on the bottom the outlet is on the primary side?!
Then outlet PE would still be connected to PE? whey shuld it be energized.
I think we coming closer to outre misunderstanding!
I can’t answer your questions before i fully understand the scenario your depicting. Pleases help with this.
So this the first scenario?:
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The load served by the ungrounded sec is.
It is 1 system
An ungrounded isolation transformer servicing a grounded one, like in an amp to derive bipolar V DC.
The isolation transformer line is ground faulted (pinched, not severed, as is usually the case).