Does anyone know why the values generated by the built-in Earth Bond Resistance Calculator on the Europa Plus are so much larger than the nominal resistance of the conductors as taken from widely published tables?
1mm CSA (10A) 3M nominal resistance 0.0585 Ohms - Seward Calc 0.16 Ohms
1mm CSA (10A) 6M nominal resistance 0.1170 Ohms - Seward Calc 0.22 Ohms
1mm CSA (10A) 12M nominal resistance 0.2340 Ohms - Seward Calc 0.34 Ohms
I know there needs to be a margin added for contact resistance in the plugs, but isn't ths going a bit far?