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Old 08-28-2015, 03:16 AM
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Originally Posted by Nhopa View Post
But the reference I gave above tells that the individual rods must be no closer to each other than at least 2.2 times their length.
Is there any particular reason for that? I'm not sure that a multimeter in resistance mode is an accurate way to measure the earthing, there's some info here

http://www.esgroundingsolutions.com/...ystem-testing/

A house is considered to be adequately earthed with a single 1-2 metre rod, so that will be nowhere near what you're after.

Have you seen Eric's recent CRI video? There's good info on earthing in that. Basically you want to cover the greatest area possible with the collective earth rod arrangement.
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