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 High EMF near DC power line for tram

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wadams92101 Posted - 01/20/2021 : 08:05:42
I'm getting high readings in most locations along a 750v DC power line for an electric streetcar. I thought DC lines created static fields that wouldn't be read by the meter. Please educate me.
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EmfDev Posted - 01/20/2021 : 11:42:18
Hi wadams92101, there might be a transformer used for the 110v AC to get 750v DC.

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