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A generator is a device that generates electricity from mechanical energy via different energy sources such as heat or kinetic energy of water.

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Everybody knows various flavors of the rule "don't connect too long electrical lines to an outlet / generator / whatever". They sometimes come in the form of "don't chain your extension cords". As … the generator is not grounded, i.e., your neutral is "not really neutral". It would be great if somebody could elaborate on this in terms I understand. I'm not an electrical engineer (obviously, otherwise I should probably figure this out myself…?). …
asked Nov 23 '18 by Lukas Barth