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Old 05-04-2012, 11:01 PM   #21
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This was a question I specifically asked at our NC electrical meeting with about 7 cmp members answering questions. The cmp member that answered says he considers it a separate circuit.

My point is that the manufacturer may be asking for a separate neutral but they are not clear about it. There are only a few places in the code where they even mention dedicated circuit and there is no definition.
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Old 05-04-2012, 11:28 PM   #22
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Hey guys!! Im doing a little job where they want me to install 2 dedicated outlets, and I'm trying to save on wire if I can. Is it ok to share the neutral between the 2 outlets?? Would they still be considered dedicated outlets is what I'm asking?
Is one...or both, gfci protected outlets?
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Here it is allowed and is allowed to be on independant breakers but the neutral at the first rec must have a pig tail to the rec. Therefore if you had to replace the device you are not breaker the neutral.
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This may be a loaded question but what does someone from NY have to do with Gov Walker??
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Is one...or both, gfci protected outlets?
Neither one is gfi protected
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