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power co bonding question

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by Active8, Oct 21, 2003.

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  1. Active8

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    in a MGN (multigrounded neutral) system, are the primary and secondary
    neutrals usually bonded? Y system, of course.

    i double checked MGN:

    Multigrounded Neutral: A power system neutral conductor which is
    connected to purposefully installed (made) electrodes or existing
    electrodes at least four times per mile (1.6 km) in addition to the
    grounding connections at individual services and each transformer

    which is what i thought. i may have seen secondary neutral bonded to
    primary, but i'm not sure. in this town the two are bonded and the
    primary neutral is actually the strand of a triplex secondary with the
    service drops bonded to it.

    uh, kinda cheesy, IMNSHO.

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