The Technician's Essential Guide to Understanding the Elusive Ground Fault
If you've ever stood in front of a fire panel that's normal now, but the building owner insists there was a ground fault earlier this morning,
If your ohmmeter says no, there isn't a ground fault, but the panel's ground fault light says yes, there is,
If there's voltage on the loop even though it's been disconnected from the panel,
Then get Make It Work - Hunting Ground Faults!
- When the panel’s ground fault light isn’t lit, this book shows you how to detect the ground fault anyway
- When your ohmmeter doesn't detect the ground fault, this book shows you what to use instead
- When there’s voltage on the loop even after it’s been disconnected from the panel, this book shows you where the voltage could come from
More than 50 diagrams showing what causes the different types of ground fault, and how the ground faults affect the fire alarm system. Also available in a Mobile Device Version.
About the Author:
As a fire alarm and electronic technician, Douglas Krantz helps readers to attain excellence as they work to install, service, and test fire alarm systems. Having worked in the electronics and fire alarm industries for more than 40 years, he brings his skills and experience to installers and technicians as they seek their own high standards.
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