What is the tolerence limit between neutral and earth in
230 V AC System?
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Answer / sks
TOLERENCE LIMIT = LESS THAN 01 VOLT, BECAUSE AT TRANSROEMER
OR GENERATOR NEWTRAL IS CONNECTED WITH EARTH, IF EARTH IS
DRY, STRIP OR WIRE IS CORRODED AT JOINTS THAN VOLTAGE
POSSIBLE TO BE MORE.
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Answer / nikunj
I Think it should be less than or equal to 5 volt between
earth and neutral. if it greater than 5 your earthing is
not good and you have to add water in earthing pits for
making earthing strong.
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Answer / saleem khan
Clearance between neutral and earth should not be less
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Answer / dolly prasad
2V IS THE TOLERANCE LIMIT BETWEEN NEUTRAL AND EARTH.
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Answer / s c budhiraja
voltage between neutral and earth should not be more than
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Answer / mukund
They Should be at same potential, Hence no tolarance is
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Answer / nilmadhab karmakar
i think it is 230V DC.
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