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Grounding System Design and Testing for Critical Facilities

Wednesday, May 24
8:30 - 9:30 a.m.

A ground system is critical for the protection, reliability and performance of sensitive electronic equipment. This session will describe what constitutes an NEC-compliant grounding system, and methods of testing, including clamp-on ground resistance meters and the 3-point fall of potential test, with details on factors that may invalidate a test. Also discussed will be grounding's relationship to surge suppression and lightning protection. We will also cover how to properly test and achieve valid results.


Roy Whitten - Lyncole XIT Grounding