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SteveSarasota

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If it's anything other than a lightning arrestor, NO.

Since it IS a lightning arrestor, that's how they're all installed. I've never seen any mfg. listing restriction against these things, but then again, I've never looked real hard for one either.

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I just hang up the phone with Delta Lightning Arrestors Customer Service and they said the installation is WRONG!. They Arrestor should be installed/connected to any CU breaker (not double lugged unless is a Square D) and it would protect the complete panel.

I love it when I'm right, which is not too often (Just ask my wife).

SteveR

PS: Any FL inspectors going to the FABI conference this weekend? See you there!

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Originally posted by SteveSarasota

They Arrestor should be installed/connected to any CU breaker (not double lugged unless is a Square D) and it would protect the complete panel.

Steve, they're saying a breaker should be installed just for the arrestor to connect to? I've never seen that done, but it makes sense in a way.

Brian G.

Item # 57,839 To Watch For.....[:-boggled

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