I have a situation where I have outdoor heat trace cables (2 @ approx. 100' @ 5w/ft.) that I would like to design to plug into outdoor receptacles (on the same circuit). I realize that by NEC code, I should put the circuit on a GFEP type breaker. My question is if I should utilize a GFCI receptacle for the outdoor location. According to my understanding this outdoor receptacle may trip as the threshold is much lower, however by code I am not supposed to utilize a standard receptacle outdoors. (This is an industrial setting so i can probably get by with a standard receptacle given that only qualified trained personnel will be in this area.) Any thoughts on how I can effectively meet code in this situation? (Also, too, I realize i can probably hard wire and not worry about the receptacle all together. I do like the idea of having this manual disconnect point.) Thoughts?