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Humidity dissipates static, not contributes to it. Its' low humidity days during winter and early spring that are the worst! And it can vary in severity depending on what part of the country you are in.
 
You stated the building is new. As such, the electrical code would stipulate that the ground of each AC outlet in the building be properly grounded.
 
Get yourself an AC tester (they are cheap) and confirm that it lights up and indicates a proper ground when plugged into the outlet. If so... plug the wrist strap ground wire into the ground (round hole) of the nearest AC outlet after proving that it is grounded.grounded - North American wiring, other countries are different!
Get yourself an AC tester (they are cheap) and confirm that it lights up and indicates a proper ground when plugged into the outlet. If so... plug the wrist strap ground wire into the ground (round hole) of the nearest AC outlet after proving that it is grounded.grounded - North American wiring, other countries are different!
 
If your wrist strap does not have a prong on it that fits an AC outlet ground then you have a choice. Get one that does. Or connect the ground wire to the metal screw that holds the plastic plate onto the AC outlet.
 
It's usually in the middle of the plastic decorative plate that covers the AC outlet.
 
I'd prefer an anti-static mat that plugs into the outlet ground. That way you aren't performing wrist bondage which !@&^&$ me off and gets in the way.

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Отредактировано: Dan ,

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Humidity dissipates static, not contributes to it. Its' low humidity days during winter and early spring that are the worst! And it can vary in severity depending on what part of the country you are in.
Humidity dissipates static, not contributes to it. Its' low humidity days during winter and early spring that are the worst! And it can vary in severity depending on what part of the country you are in.
 
It's low humidity days during winterYou stated the building is new. As such, the electrical code would stipulate that are the worstground of each AC outlet in the building be properly grounded.
It's low humidity days during winterYou stated the building is new. As such, the electrical code would stipulate that are the worstground of each AC outlet in the building be properly grounded.
 
AndGet yourself an AC tester (they are cheap) and confirm that it can vary in severity by what partlights up and indicates a proper ground when plugged into the outlet. If so... plug the wrist strap ground wire into the ground (round hole) of the country you are innearest AC outlet after proving that it is grounded.
AndGet yourself an AC tester (they are cheap) and confirm that it can vary in severity by what partlights up and indicates a proper ground when plugged into the outlet. If so... plug the wrist strap ground wire into the ground (round hole) of the country you are innearest AC outlet after proving that it is grounded.
 
You statedIf your building is newwrist strap does not have a prong on it that fits an AC outlet ground then you have a choice. Get one that does. Or connect the ground wire to the metal screw that holds the plastic plate onto the AC outlet.
You statedIf your building is newwrist strap does not have a prong on it that fits an AC outlet ground then you have a choice. Get one that does. Or connect the ground wire to the metal screw that holds the plastic plate onto the AC outlet.
 
As such, electrical code would stipulate thatIt's usually in the groundmiddle of eachthe plastic decorative plate that covers the AC outlet.
As such, electrical code would stipulate thatIt's usually in the groundmiddle of eachthe plastic decorative plate that covers the AC outlet.
 
AC outlet in your building be properly grounded.

Get yourself an AC tester (they is cheap) and confirm that it lights

up and indicates a proper ground when plugged into the outlet.

If so...plug the wriststrap ground wire into the ground of the

nearest AC outlet after proving that it is grounded.

If your wriststrap does not have a prong on it that fits an AC outlet ground

then you have a choice. Get one that does. Or connect the ground wire

to the metal screw that holds the plastic plate onto the AC outlet.

It's usually in the middle of the plastic decorative plate that covers the

AC outlet.

I'd
I'd prefer an anti-static mat that plugs into the outlet ground.

That
That way you aren't performing wrist bondage which !@&^&$ me off

and
and gets in the way.
AC outlet in your building be properly grounded.

Get yourself an AC tester (they is cheap) and confirm that it lights

up and indicates a proper ground when plugged into the outlet.

If so...plug the wriststrap ground wire into the ground of the

nearest AC outlet after proving that it is grounded.

If your wriststrap does not have a prong on it that fits an AC outlet ground

then you have a choice. Get one that does. Or connect the ground wire

to the metal screw that holds the plastic plate onto the AC outlet.

It's usually in the middle of the plastic decorative plate that covers the

AC outlet.

I'd
I'd prefer an anti-static mat that plugs into the outlet ground.

That
That way you aren't performing wrist bondage which !@&^&$ me off

and
and gets in the way.

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Отредактировано: cns ,

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Humidity dissipates static, not contributes to it.
 
It's low humidity days during winter that are the worst.
 
And it can vary in severity by what part of the country you are in.
 
You stated your building is new.
 
As such, electrical code would stipulate that the ground of each
 
AC outlet in your building be properly grounded.
 
Get yourself an AC tester (they is cheap) and confirm that it lights
 
up and indicates a proper ground when plugged into the outlet.
 
If so...plug the wriststrap ground wire into the ground of the
 
nearest AC outlet after proving that it is goundedgrounded.
nearest AC outlet after proving that it is goundedgrounded.
 
If your wriststrap does not have a prong on it that fits an AC outlet ground
 
then you have a choice. Get one that does. Or connect the ground wire
 
to the metal screw that holds the plastic plate onto the AC outlet.
 
It's usually in the middle of the plastic decorative plate that covers the
 
AC outlet.
 
I'd prefer an anti-static mat that plugs into the outlet ground.
 
That way you aren't performing wrist bondage which !@&^&$ me off
 
and gets in the way.

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Отредактировано: cns ,

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Humidity dissipates static, not contributes to it.
 
It's low humidity days during winter that are the worst.
 
And it can vary in severity by what part of the country you are in.
 
You stated your building is new.
 
As such, electrical code would stipulate that the ground of each
 
AC outlet in your building be properly grounded.
 
Get yourself an AC tester (they is cheap) and confirm that it lights
 
up and indicatedindicates a proper ground when plugged into the outlet.
up and indicatedindicates a proper ground when plugged into the outlet.
 
If so...plug the wriststrap goundground wire into the ground of the
If so...plug the wriststrap goundground wire into the ground of the
 
nearest AC outletoutlet after proving that it is gounded.
nearest AC outletoutlet after proving that it is gounded.
 
If your wriststrap does not have a prong on it that fits an AC outlet ground
 
then you have a choice. Get one that does. Or connect the ground wire
 
to the metal screw that holds the plastic plate onto the AC outlet.
 
It's usually in the middle of the plastic decorative plate that covers the
 
AC outlet.
 
I'd prefer an anti-static mat that plugs into the outlet ground.
 
That way you aren't performing wrist bondage which !@&^&$ me off
 
and gets in the way.

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Оригинальный сообщение: cns ,

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Humidity dissipates static, not contributes to it.

It's low humidity days during winter that are the worst.

And it can vary in severity by what part of the country you are in.

You stated your building is new.

As such, electrical code would stipulate that the ground of each

AC outlet in your building be properly grounded.

Get yourself an AC tester (they is cheap) and confirm that it lights

up and indicated a proper ground when plugged into the outlet.

If so...plug the wriststrap gound wire into the ground of the

nearest AC outlet.

If your wriststrap does not have a prong on it that fits an AC outlet ground

then you have a choice. Get one that does. Or connect the ground wire

to the metal screw that holds the plastic plate onto the AC outlet.

It's usually in the middle of the plastic decorative plate that covers the

AC outlet.

I'd prefer an anti-static mat that plugs into the outlet ground.

That way you aren't performing wrist bondage which !@&^&$ me off

and gets in the way.

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