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1986 fifth avenue 2barrell elb2 your coil won't fire it is getting voltage and the pickup coil is new if grounded momentarily it runs so what's wrong?
Asked in Electrical Engineering
What happens if someone touches a high voltage wire?
If they are grounded they get an electric shock or electrocuted. If they are not grounded or in simultaneous contact with the neutral wire, nothing. That's why birds can sit on a high voltage wire and survive; they are not grounded. ...
Asked in Electrical Engineering
What is a grounded electrical circuit?
we use grounded electrical circuit to prevent high voltage from any type of electrical source. with the help of grounded electrical circuit we by pass the high voltage to the ground. in common language we call it earthing. ...
Asked in Home Electricity, Electrical Engineering
Is there a voltage variation to your house?
There are always voltage variations to your house. The utility company is mandated to keep the fluctuations to within a 10 % tolerance. When heavy loads drop off the the utility's grid the voltage momentarily rises and vise versa when a heavy load comes on to the grid the voltage momentarily drops. This is what the the utility company has to keep within their specified tolerance. ...
Asked in Electrical Engineering, Electrical Wiring
Does the power supplied to trip shunt trip breaker have to be applied momentarily or can it latch?
A shunt-trip breaker trips when voltage is applied to the coil. It does not self-reset when the voltage is removed, the breaker must be reset manually. The trip voltage can either latch or be applied momentarily, but must be de-energized before the breaker will reset. ...
At what phase angle is the voltage momentarily constant in a sine wave?
We often see the peak and trough (maximum positive and maximum negative excursions) of the sine wave considered as points of momentarily constant voltage. Those points are at phase angles of 90 degrees and at 270 degrees. ...
Asked in Electronics Engineering
What is difference between floating load and ground load?
In case of grounded load load is grounded and voltage is measured across it. while in case of floating load load is not grounded instead it is connected in feedback circuit. ...
Asked in New Electrical Work
Can I get electrocuted touching an electric pole if I'm not grounded?
First off you should not be touching any high voltage source whether you are grounded or not. A pole isn't typically dangerous, it is the wires on the pole. A path to ground is required for a current to flow. Technicians working on high voltage power line often touch the lines and ensure they are not grounded when doing so, by using special procedures. That is why birds can sit on bare power lines without getting shocked. ...
What if both secondary leads of voltage transformer is grounded?
breaker/fuse should blow
Asked in Electrical Engineering
Why no electric shock from neutral line?
There is normally no voltage on the neutral line because the neutral line is grounded. However, and this is always important, do not assume that neutral is grounded, nor that there is not an elevated voltage on neutral or ground due to a possible ground fault. ...
Give the definition of output offset voltage of Op-Amp?
The output voltage of a opamp when the input of inverting and non inverting terminals are grounded ...
3 phase voltage in US?
It varies by location and application. I will assume for this answer that we are talking low voltage (<1000 VAC): Grounded Wye Systems: 208/120 (Common) 480/277 (Common) 600/347 (Rare) Delta: 480 (ungrounded) 240/120 (grounded high-leg) 480/480 (corner grounded- rare and dangerous) The convention used above i.e. 208/120 designates the phase-phase voltage (208) and the phase to ground voltage (120). Some of the common Medium Voltage systems: 4.16 kV, 7.2 kV, 12.47 kV, 13.8kV ...
Voltage across Neutral and earth for a 3 phase auto transformer?
A grounded neutral will be at earth potential. A floating neutral will be at a voltage dependent upon the voltage imbalance between phases, and the design of the transformer. ...
Should dc voltage be grounded on one side of a fuse?
only if you want to see big sparks!
What is the difference and how to differentiate between neutral and hot wires if both wires have the same color?
If the electrical box is grounded, check with a tester, the "hot" wire will have a voltage to the the grounded box the neutral wire will not. If the box is not grounded, with the breaker supplying the voltage turned off, use a tester on the resistance scale to check for continuity between the wires and a cold water pipe or some other grounded medium. The neutral will have continuity between the wire and a ground the "hot" wire will not. ...
Asked in GM and GMC, Spark Plugs and Wires
Should you get shocked touching a spark plug wire?
Yes, you for sure will get a shock as there is from 40,000 to 100,000 Volts DC at the spark plug. Although it is DC voltage and the chances of getting killed are not as great as with AC voltage, it is possible if you were standing in a wet area and were grounded sufficiently. You will for sure feel it and believe me it hurts. ...
Why is the light of bulbs is diminished momentarily when a fan is switched on?
The fan motor draws extra voltage from the AC line when it starts. Once the fan is turning it does not require as much energy to keep it spinning, so the voltage equilibrium is restored. ...
Why on a certain 460 volts one leg to ground shows no voltage but when you have a reading on each phase 230 volts?
My first thought is this is probably a corner grounded delta system, but I'm confused by your voltages. If this was a 460v (L-L voltage) ungrounded or corner grounded system, the phase to ground voltage is meaningless, but the phase to phas voltage will be 460v all around the delta. If you have a 460v system and you're only seeing 230v, there's something wrong. ...
Asked in Birds
Why can birds perch on a high voltage wire not electrocuted?
They can sit on the wire because they are not grounded. Current will only flow where it has a path to ground. ...
Why won't the blower motor work in a 1995 Ford Contour even after changing the resistor fuse relay and the fan control switch?
Make Sure You Are Getting Voltage To The Blower Motor. If You Are Your Motor May Be Bad. Also Make Sure That The Blower Motor Is Grounded Also If The Motor Is OK & Getting Voltage. Clean The Paint From The Motor Housing And Where It Is Bolted To The Car Body To Get A Good Ground To Complete The Circuit. Best To You ...