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gfretwell #208503 01/23/13 02:57 PM
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I think in the German case it was temporary site power straight from the pillar on the street.

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gfretwell #208506 01/23/13 10:58 PM
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OK, theft of service....or sheer stupidity??


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Is there any chance these don't have UL or CSA approval?

gfretwell #211194 09/24/13 04:43 AM
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that's amazing ... not to mention the micro arcing going on within the strands they just derated, all it takes is a nick in the wire and the micro arc " hot spot " begins ...

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