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Hi all , trying to get ready for elecsa assesment. planing to show new cu insall on my own home 17th ed of course. Problem is that TTearthing :eek: put in 1 rod got reading of aprox 230 ohms zs(very rocky stoney ground) on socket outlets so put in anoter linked to the first now geting a reading of 154 ohms .
cant find any clear guide lines in regs as to what is acceptable level seems a bit of a grey area. who knows ????
 
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