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Old 09-18-2013, 10:08 AM   #21
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They don't want you to get more than one at a time. If they cared about you, they'd offer a DP 30, 60, 100 AFCI breaker. Sheeit, they'd even produce a split bus panel , half proyected by a 100 amp AFCI breaker. More profit selling one 15 and 20 amp breaker individually.
That would be a pain in the ass. You would need isolated neutral bars and all kinds of crap, plus if you have a neutral to ground short, the AFCIs trips anyways, regardless of whether the load is energized or not.
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Old 09-18-2013, 10:55 AM   #22
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That would be a pain in the ass. You would need isolated neutral bars and all kinds of crap, plus if you have a neutral to ground short, the AFCIs trips anyways, regardless of whether the load is energized or not.

Good point. Even if that part was solved imagine an intermittent fault
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