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Re: 40v offset to ground?

Subject: Re: 40v offset to ground?
From: Peter Bennett
Date: Fri, 21 Apr 2006 10:08:53 -0700
Newsgroups: sci.electronics.basics
On 21 Apr 2006 04:13:53 -0700, "Chris" <cfoley1064@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:


>Hi, Scott.  First, FG is usually interpreted to mean Field Ground.
>It's there for safety -- to ensure that, if something goes wrong, a
>fuse will blow instead of putting the chassis at line potential.
>Safety first -- use it.

I consider "FG" to mean "Frame Ground" - it is a terminal used to
connect the frame of the device to ground.


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