I have also heard of people using small generators close to point of use, but obviously needs good ventilation!
Some brief points 'cos it's late:- Yes, use an RCD. - You can use any voltage you like so long as it's properly insulated and waterproof. Don't go above 50V if it's not. - Use an RCD. At the generator end. - If the equipment you are powering is class 1 (earthed) then your generator should be as well, if all your gear is class II then the generator earth isn't going to do a lot. - Use an RCD. At the generator end. Ideally a 10mA trip current one. - Any generator which is switchable between 230 and 110V output won't have a proper earth connection. Lots of bigger ones don't either. - Use an RCD. At the generator end. A 10mA one. And test it regularly. Do you agree, Chocolate Fireguard? 'cos I know you're trolling in a fairly gentlemanly fashion, aren't you!
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