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Now I haven't done a lot of this and it's been 9 years since I last did it.

We have a big bus bar section to test with numerous joints. Now the fella I am working with wants to link out let's say L1 and L2 and then put the test leads across L1 and L2 at the other end and take a reading!! I feel like knocking some sense into him but can't.

Now maybe it is me who is being daft but I want to put my current leads on the L1 busbar let's say, one at each end. Then the voltage leads across each joint to measure the resistance of each joint. Then repeat for each busbar.

Someone help me educate this guy or maybe it is me who needs sense knocking into??
 
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