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Hook it up to something metal that you have on hand. ThatThis is usually sufficient unless you can’t do thatto ground the strap.
Hook it up to something metal that you have on hand. ThatThis is usually sufficient unless you can’t do thatto ground the strap.
 
I personally take basic precautions like touching a unpainted part of the chassis and that’s usually okay, but it isn’t a myth and is a real thing. As long as you take precautions, you can (usually) get away without using athe ESD strap. I might be lucky, so I’d take precautions if there’s even a question if you can wing it or not as I can. The ESD scare seems to be overblown as a way to sell mats and ESD straps, atdo. At least in my experienceexperience, ESD is overhyped like it’s the end of the world as we know it. Don’t lose your mind and buy into it with thousands of dollars in ESD protection, but also don’t neglect it.skip the precautions that come up because you keep getting told ESD is so bad it’s the end of the world if it happens. '''It is real and it needs to be mitigated to the extent you practically can.'''
I personally take basic precautions like touching a unpainted part of the chassis and that’s usually okay, but it isn’t a myth and is a real thing. As long as you take precautions, you can (usually) get away without using athe ESD strap. I might be lucky, so I’d take precautions if there’s even a question if you can wing it or not as I can. The ESD scare seems to be overblown as a way to sell mats and ESD straps, atdo. At least in my experienceexperience, ESD is overhyped like it’s the end of the world as we know it. Don’t lose your mind and buy into it with thousands of dollars in ESD protection, but also don’t neglect it.skip the precautions that come up because you keep getting told ESD is so bad it’s the end of the world if it happens. '''It is real and it needs to be mitigated to the extent you practically can.'''
 
Don’t write it offUnless you’re working on something like a 1U rackmount server where the strap should always be used as a myth, but also keep in mindprecaution, it generally isn’t as bad as everyone who preaches it makes it outan issue to be. Iftouch something once in a while to discharge yourself. It isn’t worth going crazy to make sure you have a expensive piecegot it right every step of equipment like a 1U rack mount server, just take precautions. Forthe way on common consumer equipment it’s probably okay like low end to wing it and usemidrange laptops. Use common sense to avoid damaging anything. It's honestly more of a hassle then a benefit outside of the 1U server scenario I used as an examplefor this consumer oriented equipment and you’ll be fine.
Don’t write it offUnless you’re working on something like a 1U rackmount server where the strap should always be used as a myth, but also keep in mindprecaution, it generally isn’t as bad as everyone who preaches it makes it outan issue to be. Iftouch something once in a while to discharge yourself. It isn’t worth going crazy to make sure you have a expensive piecegot it right every step of equipment like a 1U rack mount server, just take precautions. Forthe way on common consumer equipment it’s probably okay like low end to wing it and usemidrange laptops. Use common sense to avoid damaging anything. It's honestly more of a hassle then a benefit outside of the 1U server scenario I used as an examplefor this consumer oriented equipment and you’ll be fine.

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Hook it up to something metal that you have on hand. That is usually sufficient unless you can’t do that.
 
I personally take basic precautions like touching a unpainted part of the chassis and that’s usually okay, but it isn’t a myth and is a real thing. As long as you take precautions, you can get away without using a strap. I might be lucky, so I’d take precautions if there’s even a question if you can wing it or not as I can. The ESD scare seems to be overblown as a way to sell mats and ESD straps, at least in my experience. Don’t lose your mind and buy thousands of dollars in ESD protection, but don’t neglect it.
 
ThisDon’t write it off as a myth, but also isn't me saying you should shunkeep in mind it isn’t as bad as everyone who preaches it makes it entirelyout to be. If you have a expensive piece of equipment like a 1U rack mount server, just take precautions for sure. But forprecautions. For common consumer equipment then it’s probably okay to wing it and use common sense to avoid damaging anything. It's honestly more of a hassle then a benefit outside of the 1U server scenario I used as an example.
ThisDon’t write it off as a myth, but also isn't me saying you should shunkeep in mind it isn’t as bad as everyone who preaches it makes it entirelyout to be. If you have a expensive piece of equipment like a 1U rack mount server, just take precautions for sure. But forprecautions. For common consumer equipment then it’s probably okay to wing it and use common sense to avoid damaging anything. It's honestly more of a hassle then a benefit outside of the 1U server scenario I used as an example.

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Hook it up to something metal that you have on hand. That is usually sufficient unless you can’t do that.
 
I personally take basic precautions like touching a unpainted part of the chassis and that’s usually okay, but it isn’t a myth and is a real thing. As long as you take precautions, you can get away without using a strap. I might be lucky, so I’d take precautions if there’s even a question if you can wing it or not as I can. The ESD scare seems to be overblown as a wellway to sell mats and ESD straps, at least in my experience. Don’t lose your mind and buy thousands of dollars in ESD protection, but don’t neglect it.
I personally take basic precautions like touching a unpainted part of the chassis and that’s usually okay, but it isn’t a myth and is a real thing. As long as you take precautions, you can get away without using a strap. I might be lucky, so I’d take precautions if there’s even a question if you can wing it or not as I can. The ESD scare seems to be overblown as a wellway to sell mats and ESD straps, at least in my experience. Don’t lose your mind and buy thousands of dollars in ESD protection, but don’t neglect it.
 
This also isn't me saying you should shun it entirely. If you have a expensive piece of equipment like a 1U server, take precautions for sure. But for common consumer equipment then it’s probably okay to wing it and use common sense to avoid damaging anything. It's honestly more of a hassle then a benefit outside of the 1U server scenario I used as an example.

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Hook it up to something metal that you have on hand. That will probably workis usually sufficient unless you can’t do that.
Hook it up to something metal that you have on hand. That will probably workis usually sufficient unless you can’t do that.
 
I'm gonna be honest here. ESD protection seemsI personally take basic precautions like touching a loadunpainted part of crap to me. I never damaged anything not using a wrist strap before. Maybe I'm lucky or something, but I don't think ESD is as big of an issue as the industrychassis and ESD tool industry makesthat’s usually okay, but it out to beisn’t a myth and is a real thing. As long as you take precautions, you can get away without using a strap. I mean use itmight be lucky, so I’d take precautions if there’s even a question if you want butcan wing it doesn't seem like it's that bad. I'd be more worried about someone plugging the equipment in then ESD. Just tryor not to spend a lot on it if you're paranoid.as I can. The ESD scare seems liketo be overblown as a small issuewell to me.
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sell mats and ESD straps, at least in my experience. Don’t lose your mind and buy thousands of dollars in ESD protection, but don’t neglect it.

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also isn't me saying you should shun it entirely. If you have a expensive piece of equipment like a 1U server, you probably should use ittake precautions for sure. But when you are working on laptopsfor common consumer equipment then it’s probably okay to wing it and desktops, it'suse common sense to avoid damaging anything. It's honestly more of a hassle at bestthen a benefit outside of the 1U server scenario I used as an example.
I'm gonna be honest here. ESD protection seemsI personally take basic precautions like touching a loadunpainted part of crap to me. I never damaged anything not using a wrist strap before. Maybe I'm lucky or something, but I don't think ESD is as big of an issue as the industrychassis and ESD tool industry makesthat’s usually okay, but it out to beisn’t a myth and is a real thing. As long as you take precautions, you can get away without using a strap. I mean use itmight be lucky, so I’d take precautions if there’s even a question if you want butcan wing it doesn't seem like it's that bad. I'd be more worried about someone plugging the equipment in then ESD. Just tryor not to spend a lot on it if you're paranoid.as I can. The ESD scare seems liketo be overblown as a small issuewell to me.
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sell mats and ESD straps, at least in my experience. Don’t lose your mind and buy thousands of dollars in ESD protection, but don’t neglect it.

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also isn't me saying you should shun it entirely. If you have a expensive piece of equipment like a 1U server, you probably should use ittake precautions for sure. But when you are working on laptopsfor common consumer equipment then it’s probably okay to wing it and desktops, it'suse common sense to avoid damaging anything. It's honestly more of a hassle at bestthen a benefit outside of the 1U server scenario I used as an example.

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Hook it up to something metal that you have on hand. That will probably work.
 
I'm gonna be honest here. ESD protection seems like a load of crap to me. I never damaged anything not using a wrist strap before. Maybe I'm lucky or something, but I don't think ESD is as big of an issue as the industry and ESD tool industry makes it out to be. I mean use it if you want but it doesn't seem like it's that bad. I'd be more worried about someone plugging the equipment in then ESD. Just try not to spend a lot on it if you're paranoid. ESD seems like a small issue to me.
This also isn't me saying you should shun it entirely. If you have a expensive piece of equipment like a 1U server, you probably should use it. But when you are working on laptops and desktops, it's a hassle at best.

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Hook it up to the side of the case where the side panel goes on for desktops. Ifsomething metal that you have a laptop then use something metal on the workbench. hand. That will probably work.
Hook it up to the side of the case where the side panel goes on for desktops. Ifsomething metal that you have a laptop then use something metal on the workbench. hand. That will probably work.
I'm gonna be honest here. ESD protection seems like a load of crap to me. I never damaged anything not using a wrist strap before. Maybe I'm lucky or something, but I don't think ESD is as big of an issue as the industry and ESD tool industry makes it out to be. I mean use it if you want but it doesn't seem like it's that bad. I'd be more worried about someone plugging the equipment in then ESD. Just try not to spend a lot on it if you're paranoid. ESD seems like a small issue to me.

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You have top hookHook it up to something metal

If
the side of the case where the side panel goes on for desktops. If you have a UNUSED computer case, use that, DO NOTlaptop then use something metal on the workbench.
I'm gonna be honest here. ESD protection seems like
a case with components in it, and if all you have isload of crap to me. I never damaged anything not using a computer with components, I'd say removewrist strap before. Maybe I'm lucky or something, but I don't think ESD is as big of an issue as the panelindustry and ESD tool industry makes it out to be. I mean use that panel

If
it if you do not have a computer handy, then the closest thing you can connectwant but it todoesn't seem like it's that is metal

I do
bad. I'd be more worried about someone plugging the equipment in then ESD. Just try not know how your workshop is, so I cannot really say what to use, but those are some suggestionsspend a lot on it if you're paranoid. ESD seems like a small issue to me.
You have top hookHook it up to something metal

If
the side of the case where the side panel goes on for desktops. If you have a UNUSED computer case, use that, DO NOTlaptop then use something metal on the workbench.
I'm gonna be honest here. ESD protection seems like
a case with components in it, and if all you have isload of crap to me. I never damaged anything not using a computer with components, I'd say removewrist strap before. Maybe I'm lucky or something, but I don't think ESD is as big of an issue as the panelindustry and ESD tool industry makes it out to be. I mean use that panel

If
it if you do not have a computer handy, then the closest thing you can connectwant but it todoesn't seem like it's that is metal

I do
bad. I'd be more worried about someone plugging the equipment in then ESD. Just try not know how your workshop is, so I cannot really say what to use, but those are some suggestionsspend a lot on it if you're paranoid. ESD seems like a small issue to me.

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You have top hook it up to something metal
 
If you have a UNUSED computer case, use that, DO NOT use a case with components in itit, and if all you have is a computer with components, I'd say remove the panel and use that panel
If you have a UNUSED computer case, use that, DO NOT use a case with components in itit, and if all you have is a computer with components, I'd say remove the panel and use that panel
 
If you do not have a computer handy, then the closest thing you can connect it to that is metal
 
I do not know how your workshop is, so I cannot really say what to use, but those are some suggestions

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You have top hook it up to something metal
 
If you have a UNUSED computer case, hook it up to the fan grill and that will douse that, DO NOT use a case with components in it
If you have a UNUSED computer case, hook it up to the fan grill and that will douse that, DO NOT use a case with components in it
 
If you do not have a computer handy, then the closest thing you can connect it to that is metal

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You have top hook it up to something metal

If you have a computer case, hook it up to the fan grill and that will do it

If you do not have a computer handy, then the closest thing you can connect it to that is metal

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