On the Mercedes ml320 you should be able to ground the o2 sensor to the body of the car. Just find an unpainted section and stick its ground wire on. If this does not work, try adding an isolation capacitor between the grounding pin and chassis as well. If this still doesn't work, got to the dealer.
Most home or commercial building wiring uses 3 prong power outlets. One of the pins on a plug SHOULD be the ground/earth wire.If the power cable was created properly, the computer should be properly grounded (earthed) when it is connected to the main power through that plug...HOWEVERIf there is any doubt as to whether your power outlet has a built in ground connection, you can connect a single (12 GA or 14 GA) wire to an iron or copper pipe in the home or drive a grounding rod into the ground outside the home and connect the wire to that. Run the wire to the computer and place a crimp-on lug to the end of the wire, then connect it to the computer chassis using one of the screws on the back of the computer.
Connect the ground wire from the light fixture to the ground wire in the ceiling box.
Grounding an electrical or electronics device commonly refers connecting it's power inlet ground pin to the ground connection of the power outlet. The power outlet ground connects to the ground connection provided by the electricity utility company or the building's common ground connection. The grounding essentially provides a zero volt reference. Many systems which have a metal chassis provide specific grounding points with screws/nuts to connect grounding wire. To ground chassis of a computer one need to connect ground wire to the metal case.
To ground an object means to connect it through a conductor to the ground, or Earth. Grounding is a way to prevent an electric charge from building on an object, or to get rid of an electric charge.
If you're asking whether you have to connect the fixture ground to the house ground, you do. The idea is to connect any exposed portion of a metal fixture to ground, keeping anything you would be able to touch from having a hazardous potential on it. The way to do this is to connect the fixture ground (which is connected to the metal chassis) to the building ground (which comes from your electrical panel).
It means to connect it to ground (earth).
If you are connecting 120 volts, you connect the black wire to the breaker, white wire to the neutral bar, and ground wire to the ground bar. If you are connecting 240 volts connect the black & white wires to the breaker, & ground wire to the ground bar.
To do this, you need a power adapter (a computer power supply will work great for this). The Drive will have a molex connector on the back for +12 VDC, ground, ground, +5 VDC. Connect a molex connector to that drive with the proper voltages, and the drive should power on. However, it won't be much good without connecting it to a computer motherboard, or drive controller.
you can ground it to the fixture electrical box.
The ground clearance of the 2013 Ford Transit-Connect is 0 ft. 7.2 in. (7.2 in.).
The ground clearance of the 2010 Ford Transit-Connect is 0 ft. 7.9 in. (7.9 in.).
The ground clearance of the 2012 Ford Transit-Connect is 0 ft. 7.2 in. (7.2 in.).
The ground clearance of the 2011 Ford Transit-Connect is 0 ft. 7.9 in. (7.9 in.).
Connect the white and black wires back on to where the other black and white wires connected. There should also be a green pigtail coming out of the fixture which will be the ground. If it has a chain, then the wire running through the chain will be the ground wire.
Connect the ground wire to the exhaust fan housing.
If there is no ground wire connect the ground wire to the neutral wire.
To your vehicle chassis.
It is the terminal on the megger that the ground cable connect to when testing a device to ground.
there is no ground in a car electrical system.
sensors and thermal images
seismogram tiltmeter- see how much ground has lifted gas sensors
Yes, the bulb will light up.However, and this is critical, it is illegal (at least in the US and Canada) to connect a load between hot and ground. You have to connect the load between hot and neutral. (Or between hot and hot.) Ground is reserved for protective earth ground, i.e. chassis or frame ground, and you are not allowed to pass operating current on ground.
WHen you place 2 rails next to each other on the ground, they should connect
Forgot to connect ground cable? Shorted Fusable link battery + cable not connected
If your connecting a stereo, it's always best to ground directly to the negative side of the battery: however you can connect to a ground under the dash also. Some autos have a ground block at the fuse panel that can also be used but you will need a spade connector. your cars body is the ground.connect the stereo ground to a metal part of the car,leave the battery connected to a ground,engine should also be connected to a ground