Figuring out how to get started with the performance of a ground test can be challenging, and for good reason. Most electrical testing involves discrete manmade equipment. Ground testing does not. Aside from a ground rod or another point of connection to a larger structure like a grid, ground testing is basically left up to planet Earth. Determining the correct placement of the leads can be trickier than it seems if you’re unfamiliar with the process.


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