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Will these wires electrocute me?

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2 hours ago, Brother Brian said:

Yeah, don't flail around and you should be fine.

Here's an example ...

 

 

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typical catenary lines feeding a train around here are 600 volts... not sure about India, but it looks about the same... 

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27 mins ago, jettyjockey18 said:

typical catenary lines feeding a train around here are 600 volts... not sure about India, but it looks about the same... 

DC, as shown it go boom. Not a typical "shock". My first month on the job I was standing 5' from a guy who managed to contact ground and 750dc , basically melted all the flesh on his arm in a split second. 

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2 mins ago, peanutbunkerandjelly said:

DC, as shown it go boom. Not a typical "shock". My first month on the job I was standing 5' from a guy who managed to contact ground and 750dc , basically melted all the flesh on his arm in a split second. 

Yea dc is efffff up 

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2 hours ago, Brother Brian said:

 

It's the slow fall that makes it .... Quite fortunate that he wasn't on a ladder cause he coulda got really hurt ...

:laugh: 

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That secondary triplex, the N is bare with two hot legs. As long as there is no metal showing and the connecters or on the insulation you should be ok.

Edited by Dustyn

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