Grounding of electrical equipment is necessary for safety, for signal accuracy, and to minimize interference in a circuit. Understanding proper grounding techniques will help in troubleshooting and may save your life.
" Define grounding and why it is necessary.
Explain common problems that can occur in
Describe the types of grounded electrical
Review basic requirements for equipment
grounding and bonding.
Describe the importance of an effectively
Explain common grounding faults."
Grounding Practices - Registered Continuing Education Program RCEP
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