By rights, there should be no voltage between these conductors.
I could be wrong too.
A T-RMS meter is only of value to those that measure voltages with lots of harmonics on the supply.
The average electrician doesn't need to worry , I have one, but I wouldn't recommend every guy runs out and gets one.
My Fluke 80 does just as gooder job and why spend good cash when you don't have to?.
Edited by Trumpy (04/08/07 03:49 AM)
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