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Old 04-15-2015, 01:03 AM
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Originally Posted by Dave45 View Post
I have to say I dont understand why Clarence's unit didnt work as well in the rain, you would think it would work better since the wet ground is a better conductor, thats odd.

My problem is I live about 2000 feet from a substation so I wont be able to test this system at home.

Clarence have you tested your system in an isolated area, away from any grid grounds.
At first that seemed odd to me also but the water may tend to short out ground currents. While pure water is an insulator all it takes is a small amount of salt or impurity in water to turn it into a good conductor. Too much water may make input and return ground rods appear as one.
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Last edited by ewizard; 04-15-2015 at 01:17 AM. Reason: clarification on gnd. rods
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