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Old 12-18-2016, 07:28 PM   #1
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When it says 0-150 volts to ground,does that exclude a 120/240 system where its 240 phase A to phase B?
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When it says 0-150 volts to ground,does that exclude a 120/240 system where its 240 phase A to phase B?
No, because it has a 120V to ground voltage.
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So if im working in a house and i have 3 ft from panel door to lets say a fridge , its 120/240 i need 3.5 feet?
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So if im working in a house and i have 3 ft from panel door to lets say a fridge , its 120/240 i need 3.5 feet?
The chart you posted shows 36" is the answer.

The risk to humanity is hot to ground (potential) -- which is what we're walking on.

If you're crazy enough to 'mouse' across TWO hots... you get what you'd expect.
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