I'm hooking an RFID reader up to an antenna. The reader operates at 134kHz and, due to its resonant circuit design, it can produce up to 350V (peak to peak) across the antenna terminals, with max current of 200mA.
Other answers on this site suggest that you need to start thinking about safety at voltages over 50V (or 30V in some posts).
Apart from avoiding touching the antenna terminals, and surrounding portion of the circuit, what else should I do to make sure I'm safe?
Secondly, if I did get a shock from this circuit, how bad is it likely to be? (I.e. how dangerous is this?)
(FYI The reader is a RFIDRW-E-TTL from Priority 1 Design)