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    That makes perfect sense now! Thanks for taking...

    That makes perfect sense now! Thanks for taking the time to post the schematic for me. The test current is actually routed through the sensor to feign a ground fault.
    I see that you are having an...
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    Back to my first reply, the neutral being...

    Back to my first reply, the neutral being grounded as I pointed out. This is a very basic and simple configuration which I'd used commonly is airports. I have sold combination to provide 120/240v...
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    Interesting, thanks. Since GF sensing is...

    Interesting, thanks.
    Since GF sensing is essentially zero sequence comparing the line to the neutral current should the current be undalanced it woud be determined that the unbalanced current is...
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    I agree but without a ground I don,'t believe the...

    I agree but without a ground I don,'t believe the tesdt button will function though.
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    Excellent idea but you have omitted some details....

    Excellent idea but you have omitted some details. Are you an electrician by chance?
    If I make as few assumptions you have not stated what what the ratings of the transformers are. Can I assume that...
  6. It appears as though you have limited experience...

    It appears as though you have limited experience in this area. I would get an engineering service business whom is familiar with this type of instalation to help in the design purchase and...
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    Since breakers are commonly used to protect...

    Since breakers are commonly used to protect conductor what would the purpose of each of these breakers be for?
    With wind generator's being used for cogeneration feeding a common bus each wind...
  8. My thoughts also. I would rather provide a main...

    My thoughts also. I would rather provide a main as there is no question about guessing which circuit needs to be sdhut of in a hurry.
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    Interesting. After supporting molded case circuit...

    Interesting. After supporting molded case circuit breakers as a sales and applications engineer for 18 years you may know more than me as well as the design engineers who have many patents that I was...
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    My objective is to test for a voltage not to...

    My objective is to test for a voltage not to slplit hairs with and exact measurement in milivolts which should be able to be accomplished with a basic quality digital voltmeter. In order to trip a...
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    Subpanel? Sir you were also not vey specific...

    Subpanel?
    Sir you were also not vey specific about the genset how are the neutral and you d configured at the genset? You also did not describe if the transfer switch had a switching neutral or...
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    My thoughts: I have an infrared temp probe for...

    My thoughts:
    I have an infrared temp probe for my Fluke 26 which has helped me identify a source of heating. If yuu have resecured and then verified that the line/load connections are tight and...
  13. Good call. I'm not into spinning my wheels...

    Good call. I'm not into spinning my wheels either. I'm gone.
  14. It is not all that unusual that with a lack of...

    It is not all that unusual that with a lack of specific knowledge with regard to the installation there will be plenty more of speculation. It appears as though the law of physics will not change,...
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    If you can't resolve the voltage drop with a change in the feeder you may wasn't to consider a soft start which ramps the voltage/ current when staring the motor which should help alleviate the...
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    I always ask what the line to ground voltage is...

    I always ask what the line to ground voltage is as it relate to the voltage rating of the breaker. It must be rated to clear a phase to ground fault. When you see a rating of 120/240v as you so aptly...
  17. Good enough as it is often difficult to provide a...

    Good enough as it is often difficult to provide a comprehensive answer with out being familisr with the applicable local codes.
  18. Have you reviewed the local and state electrical...

    Have you reviewed the local and state electrical and building code requirements? I doubt if a AHJ will approve any code violations based upon the replies that you get from this forum.
    Please review...
  19. Are you depending upon the answers as received...

    Are you depending upon the answers as received here on this forum of the electrical/building codes that are applicable for the construction?
    Personally I would opt for knowing what your local codes...
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    Since no one has replied to you post yet I'll...

    Since no one has replied to you post yet I'll start it out this way.

    What is the breakers supposed to be protecting anyway? How did you size the conductor or on what basis did you size the...
  21. Thread: Lamp failure

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    Since the service is decided it to (2) 120v L-N...

    Since the service is decided it to (2) 120v L-N circuits the line of each circuit being 240v a part does the lamp failure favor one of the L-N circuits? If your answer is no then this would probably...
  22. Thread: Gen set Vs UPS

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    All this stuff is simply conjecture without...

    All this stuff is simply conjecture without consulting with the user regarding their needs. But I must say it would be fun to continue shooting at shadows though.
    What needs to be done is to talk...
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    Non interchangeable trip units? What prevents the...

    Non interchangeable trip units? What prevents the end user from changing the breaker rating?
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    That makes sense now. May it be posible to add...

    That makes sense now.
    May it be posible to add a 2p breaker with a hold down kit to be used as a main? Stick a 'main' label by it?
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    Am I bad. You are so correct. Yes, what I meant...

    Am I bad. You are so correct. Yes, what I meant was that you need to grab a ground bar with the panel.
    Thanks
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