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Old 12-13-2011, 02:46 PM   #16
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Trying to prove a point

Originally Posted by J. V.

Keep in mind, we as residential, commercial and industrial electricians rarely ever work on "High Voltage". I never have in 35 years.
Anything below 600 volts is considered low voltage. Then we go to medium voltage after 600 volts. I am not sure where high voltage starts. I assume its over 4160. Just FYI.

If you are in the trade you should come to the professional forum. You are welcomed and invited.
Your rite. And I am in the trade. And I will come to the forum. Thank u

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