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Old 03-25-2017, 09:02 PM   #21
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Typically the sub panels that are specifically for various testing machines (CAT, PET scanners, MRI room panels, etc). Many jobs spec redundancy with GFCI compliance and the trailer mounted equipment is just as bad or worse.
I thought they would of had the 6 mA GFCIs there
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I thought they would of had the 6 mA GFCIs there
Maybe for the individual equipment sub panel breakers, not on the mains to the best of my knowledge.
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Did you try just a wiggy?
No, don't even know where mine is.
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What are the settings for the GFP (is this GFPE or GFCI?)

Do you have a Variac?

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One would imagine there's some sort of standard floating around out there.....~CS~
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OK, on this unit, when it is set to trip at 100ma, is it looking for 100ma output from the CT or .2ma from the CT? It's a 500:1 CT.
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OK, on this unit, when it is set to trip at 100ma, is it looking for 100ma output from the CT or .2ma from the CT? It's a 500:1 CT.
Looks to be factory calibrated for the 500:1 CT

100mA of GF = 200uA from CT to GF relay.
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