Stus-List GFCI outlets

Alex Giannelia ag at airsensing.com
Sun Feb 26 07:25:41 EST 2017


So after reading all the responses, I am left with one question:

If you  have for example 3 outlets in parallel and one of them is GFCI, why does it have to be the "first in line" to your incoming shore feed? Or does it matter?

Thanks,


Alex Giannelia
ag at airsensing.com
(416) 203-9858


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Date: Thu, 23 Feb 2017 09:54:15 -0800 (PST)
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When wiring my 33, I did 5 circuits (battery charger, galley, port side,
starboard side and left one for a future water heater) and I used GFCI
outlets on the first in each of the 4 branches with outlets(3). Sometimes
it just does not matter what is reacquired, it is what is best. Do remember
that you only need one on the circuit and if you buy a bulk pack they are
not expensive. No need for a "marine" product here, though I did pay extra
for the ones marked "WR" for water resistant, though not sure it really
makes a difference. I just figured there is a lot of water around the boat
so it could not hurt.

On Thu, Feb 23, 2017 at 12:54 PM, svpegasus38 at gmail.com via CnC-List <
cnc-list at cnc-list.com> wrote:

> I put some in Pegasus at the beginning of each AC outlet circuit during my
> rewire project.
>
> Doug Mountjoy
>
> Pegasus
>
> LF38
>
>




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