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???grounding neon transformers????

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As some of you know I have been working on a neon rocket,well here is a new twist that I am not sure I have the answer too.The rocket is to be mounted on a trailer so that it can be displayed at different events.they also want to be able to pull the trailer in parades with the neon lit.The neon,drive motor(the rocket rotates)and the hydraulic pump(the rocket will raise and lower)are to be run off of a electric generator that is also mounted to the trailer..How do I safely ground the transformers ???

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There should be an equipment grounding connection on the generator. When and if the unit will be operated from "City Power" the extention cord will require ground-fault. Best of luck.

Neonsignfire

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