I only see about 4 mv between the neutral and my shack ground. I'm
suspicious that's maybe *too* low, and could be reflecting a high
resistance somewhere in my grounding path. Wouldn't hurt to check it
out, which I will do.
73, Pete N4ZR
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On 7/26/2010 5:44 PM, jimlux wrote:
> Pete Smith wrote:
>> I just measured the resistance between the neutral wire on one outlet
>> in my shack and the SPG entry panel, which is grounded through 35
>> feet of #2 wire to the same ground stake used by the breaker panel.
>> To my surprise, it measured (DC) 88 ohms. Isn't that far too high?
>> I expect I have some trouble-shooting to do.
> I'd check to make sure it's not a voltage difference confusing the
> ohmmeter. (If you measure the voltage between N and Gnd, it should be
> close to zero...)
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