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Michael Terrell

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Actually, it was capacitive coupling between the wires, not inductive.
 
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Ralph Mowery

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In article <94780e2b-04dc-4b73-8902-1cd313346d51o@googlegroups.com>,
terrell.michael.a@gmail.com says...
From: Michael Terrell <terrell.michael.a@gmail.com
Newsgroups: sci.electronics.basics

Actually, it was capacitive coupling between the wires, not inductive.
It can be either inductive or capacitive coupling.

https://electrical-engineering-portal.com/induced-voltages-control-
cables
 
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Michael Terrell

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It is capacitive if no current is flowing in the live wires.
 
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Cydrome Leader

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Michael Terrell <terrell.michael.a@gmail.com> wrote:
> It is capacitive if no current is flowing in the live wires.

Ha, that\'s like an obnoxious interview question.
 
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Commander Kinsey

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On Sat, 18 Jul 2020 07:03:57 +0100, Pimpom <nobody@nowhere.com> wrote:

On 7/18/2020 3:38 AM, Michael Terrell wrote:
You are a dangerous fool. Either learn how to use a meter properly, or don\'t touch them. You only know enough to get someone killed.

Like butting your head against a brick wall, isn\'t it?
Yes, there\'s no point in trying to make me a safety conscious snowflake.
 
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Commander Kinsey

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On Sat, 18 Jul 2020 08:31:54 +0100, Tom Gardner <spamjunk@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote:

On 17/07/20 23:08, Michael Terrell wrote:
You are a dangerous fool. Either learn how to use a meter properly, or don\'t touch them. You only know enough to get someone killed.

Well, yes.

Somebody that gives themself the moniker \"commander kinsey\"
either has too much regard for themself or is indicating
they intend to be a troll.
No, it\'s a name that isn\'t mine, and nothing more. Using your real name means people can find everything you\'ve written on the internet. That\'s future employers, future wives, members of your family, the police, secret government agencies, ....
 
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Tom Gardner

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On 29/07/20 19:14, Commander Kinsey wrote:
On Sat, 18 Jul 2020 08:31:54 +0100, Tom Gardner <spamjunk@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote:

On 17/07/20 23:08, Michael Terrell wrote:
You are a dangerous fool. Either learn how to use a meter properly, or don\'t
touch them. You only know enough to get someone killed.

Well, yes.

Somebody that gives themself the moniker \"commander kinsey\"
either has too much regard for themself or is indicating
they intend to be a troll.

No, it\'s a name that isn\'t mine, and nothing more.  Using your real name means
people can find everything you\'ve written on the internet.  That\'s future
employers, future wives, members of your family, the police, secret government
agencies, ....
So, you chose the moniker. You could have chosen any other
moniker, but you thought \"commander\" was appropriate.
QED.
 
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Commander Kinsey

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On Sun, 19 Jul 2020 05:11:05 +0100, Michael Terrell <terrell.michael.a@gmail.com> wrote:

> Don\'t you know how to follow a thread? I am using Google Groups from a cell phone while my broadband is out. If you can\'t handle that, just go away.

Get a real computer. Never heard of tethering? I\'m not going to refer to other messages to work out what you\'re on about due to your utter incompetance.
 
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Michael Terrell

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Moron. There is no cell service on my home to tether to, General Failure. I have five networked \'Real computers\' on my desk. The coax for my broadband was replaced, but they refuse to reconnect me without screwing with my network. Go hump some else\'s leg.
 
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Commander Kinsey

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On Thu, 30 Jul 2020 20:54:48 +0100, Michael Terrell <terrell.michael.a@gmail.com> wrote:

> Moron. There is no cell service on my home to tether to, General Failure. I have five networked \'Real computers\' on my desk. The coax for my broadband was replaced, but they refuse to reconnect me without screwing with my network. Go hump some else\'s leg.

No cell service yet you\'re replying to this on your phone? WTF?
 
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Commander Kinsey

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On Wed, 29 Jul 2020 20:06:33 +0100, Tom Gardner <spamjunk@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote:

On 29/07/20 19:14, Commander Kinsey wrote:
On Sat, 18 Jul 2020 08:31:54 +0100, Tom Gardner <spamjunk@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote:

On 17/07/20 23:08, Michael Terrell wrote:
You are a dangerous fool. Either learn how to use a meter properly, or don\'t
touch them. You only know enough to get someone killed.

Well, yes.

Somebody that gives themself the moniker \"commander kinsey\"
either has too much regard for themself or is indicating
they intend to be a troll.

No, it\'s a name that isn\'t mine, and nothing more. Using your real name means
people can find everything you\'ve written on the internet. That\'s future
employers, future wives, members of your family, the police, secret government
agencies, ....

So, you chose the moniker. You could have chosen any other
moniker, but you thought \"commander\" was appropriate.
QED.
No matter what I chose you\'d think of something to moan about. Get a hobby.
 
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Michael Terrell

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I\'m not at home, Sgt. Shultz. I\'m sitting in my truck where there is a usable signal.
 
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whit3rd

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On Tuesday, July 28, 2020 at 11:02:12 AM UTC-7, Commander Kinsey wrote:
On Fri, 17 Jul 2020 13:15:24 +0100, Jasen Betts <jasen@xnet.co.nz> wrote:

sheet metal in mm (1.6mm, 0.65mm etc...)
plastic sheet in microns 40um etc.
electric wire in square mm.
fencing wire in mm diameter.

Much more sensible. Guage is meaningless and is the wrong way round, higher numbers are smaller!
Oh, no, not at ALL meaningless! The process of drawing wire is successive reduction
in diameter, starting with a rod and stretching/annealing/stretching...
the gage for wires represents the number of operations required to get it down to size.
That gage is the key to what a pound (or kilogram) of the wire will cost ya.

Sheet metal, similarly, has to be successively rolled down to size from big billets...

The stuff you buy from manufacturers, is sold by manufacturers\' representatives, and they
will ALWAYS sell these items by gage.


> There seems to be no standard for doors. You can order about 15 different sizes in the UK, but never anywhere near the one you need.

Here in the US, millwork shops can build (or modify) a door to almost any dimension.
Prebuilt/prehung doors, in door-plus-threshold assemblies, are the run-of-the-mill
construction choice, usually are in stock; those are \'standard\' only in that an architect
applies some requirements for entry and passage doors (like, can-pass-a-refrigerator).
 
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