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Which of the following is the threshold at which a power source is considered high voltage in the context of safety?

The threshold for electric shock hazard is 50 Vrms and 5 mA. Any current over 10 A should be considered a hazard. Stored energy can be used. If there is more than 10 Joules in the bank, it should be considered a hazard.

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