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  1. Sparky12021986
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    ok question time again...

    Explain why the documented results of polarity tests are not a numerical value.


    i know its a tick but why????????
     
  2. i=p/u
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    i=p/u Electrician's Arms

    beacuse you checking that the fuses and switches are in line conductor so normally confirmed when connecting up..
     
  3. trev
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    How could you put a numerical value on it? It's not possible mate
     
  4. Sparky12021986
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    i know its not possible but thats what the stupid question asks...
     
  5. telectrix
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    telectrix Scouser and Proud of It Forum Mentor

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    yep.it's either right or wrong.
     
  6. tony mc
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    Because you are not recording the voltage but confirming that the line and neutral conductors are connected in the correct order and not reversed!
     
  7. mechelec
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    you could use a binary count 1 or 0 but as stated already it is either correct or not correct.
     
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  8. i=p/u
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    ding dong or no ding dong
     
  9. telectrix
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    telectrix Scouser and Proud of It Forum Mentor

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    you must be playing with your own ding-a-ling.
     
  10. i=p/u
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    yh thinking about you with your 1.5mm hahahahahah
     
  11. Knobhead
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    0 = No
    1 = Yes

    Basic logic!
     
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  12. Sparky12021986
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    thats what i was thinking like with an on and off switch.. l/0
     
  13. telectrix
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    or the indicators on my van. yes-no,yes-no,yes-no.
     
  14. spinlondon
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    It is not recorded as a numerical value, because there is no measurement required for confirmation.
     
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  15. Knobhead
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    That’s life in general isn’t it?

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