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#30614 - 10/23/03 08:01 AM GFCI
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Does anyone have information on earth leakage circuit breakers used in
South African mines around 1950?
Your help will be appreciated. Creighton

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#30615 - 10/23/03 08:17 AM Re: GFCI
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Here is a paper on the development of earth leakage circuit breakers from a South African perspective.
http://www.cbi.co.za/papers/24/CBI2.pdf

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#30616 - 10/23/03 08:31 AM Re: GFCI
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Creighton,

I thought this question might get more response if posted in the area most frequented by our International members. Others are welcome to reply there too of course.

Thread was moved to Non-US area >> here

Bill

[This message has been edited by Webmaster (edited 10-23-2003).]

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