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How do I ground my ESD mat to avoid shocking computers?

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I wouldn't be posting if hours of searching yielded the answer(s) I need. My apologies if this is common knowledge. I searched through questions here and was unable to find anything helpful for my situation. To my question:
 
I purchased an ESD mat from a local shop today and a piece that snaps to the mat was included. As well as connecting a wrist strap to this piece, it has a 15' tail with a metal ring at the end for grounding. How exactly do I ground with this metal loop? Do I connect to 'the ground hole' on a wall outlet? If so, how? Also, if this is NOT an option in my environment how would I ground? I'm trying to avoid running a copper cord out a window attached to a stake that is driven into the ground...
 
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Editado por: Sam Goldheart (detalhes da votação) ,

Título:

How do I ground my ESD mat to avoid shocking computers?

Texto:

I wouldn't be posting if hours of searching yielded the answer(s) I need. My apologies if this is common knowledge. I searched through questions here and was unable to find anything helpful for my situation. To my question:
 
I purchased an ESD mat from a local shop today and a piece that snaps to the mat was included. As well as connecting a wrist strap to this piece, it has a 15' tail with a metal ring at the end for grounding. How exactly do I ground with this metal loop? Do I connect to 'the ground hole' on a wall outlet? If so, how? Also, if this is NOT an option in my environment how would I ground? I'm trying to avoid running a copper cord out a window attached to a stake that is driven into the ground...
 
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Electronics

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Editado por: Sam Goldheart ,

Título:

How do I ground my ESD mat to avoid shocking computers?

Texto:

I wouldn't be posting if hours of searching yielded the answer(s) I need.  My apologies if this is common knowledge.  I searched through questions here and was unable to find anything helpful for my situation.  To my question:

I purchased an ESD mat from a local shop today and a piece that snaps to the mat was included.  As well as connecting a wrist strap to this piece, it has a 15' tail with a metal ring at the end for grounding.  How exactly do I ground with this metal loop?  Do I connect to 'the ground hole' on a wall outlet?  If so, how?  Also, if this is NOT an option in my environment how would I ground?  I'm trying to avoid running a copper cord out a window attached to a stake that is driven into the ground...

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3M ESD Static Dissipative Table MatElectronics
3M ESD Static Dissipative Table MatElectronics

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Editado por: Jeremy Wenrich ,

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How do I ground my 2x4 ESD mat to avoid shocking computers?
How do I ground my 2x4 ESD mat to avoid shocking computers?

Texto:

I wouldn't be posting if hours of searching yielded the answer(s) I need.  My apologies if this is common knowledge.  I searched through questions here and was unable to find anything helpful for my situation.  To my question:

I purchased an ESD mat from a local shop today and a piece that snaps to the mat was included.  As well as connecting a wrist strap to this piece, it has a 15' tail with a metal ring at the end for grounding.  How exactly do I ground with this metal loop?  Do I connect to 'the ground hole' on a wall outlet?  If so, how?  Also, if this is NOT an option in my environment how would I ground?  I'm trying to avoid running a copper cord out a window attached to a stake that is driven into the ground...

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dispositivo:

3M ESD Static Dissipative Table Mat

Status:

open

Editado por: Jeremy Wenrich ,

Título:

How do I ground my 2x4 ESD mat to avoid shocking computers?

Texto:

I wouldn't be posting if hours of searching yielded the answer(s) I need. My apologies if this is common knowledge. I searched through questions here and was unable to find anything helpful for my situation. To my question:
 
I purchased an ESD mat from a local shop today and a piece that snaps to the mat was included. As well as connecting a wrist strap to this piece, it has a 15' tail with a metal ring at the end for grounding. How exactly do I ground with this metal loop? Do I connect to 'the ground hole' on a wall outlet? If so, how? Also, if this is NOT an option in my environment how would I ground? I'm trying to avoid running a copper cord out a window attached to a stake that is driven into the ground...
 
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dispositivo:

3M ESD Static Dissipative Table Mat

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Postagem original de: Jeremy Wenrich ,

Título:

How do I ground my 2x4 ESD mat to avoid shocking computers?

Texto:

I wouldn't be posting if hours of searching yielded the answer(s) I need.  My apologies if this is common knowledge.  I searched through questions here and was unable to find anything helpful for my situation.  To my question:

I purchased an ESD mat from a local shop today and a piece that snaps to the mat was included.  As well as connecting a wrist strap to this piece, it has a 15' tail with a metal ring at the end for grounding.  How exactly do I ground with this metal loop?  Do I connect to 'the ground hole' on a wall outlet?  If so, how?  Also, if this is NOT an option in my environment how would I ground?  I'm trying to avoid running a copper cord out a window attached to a stake that is driven into the ground...

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3M ESD Static Dissipative Table Mat

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