I'm wiring an outbuilding and would like to put GFcI first for downstream protection. Only catch is that the first outlet (the one I want to be a GFCI) needs to be controlled by a switch because its in the ceiling for a bank of LED lights to plug into. Here's the run I'm trying to do:
SOURCE........ceiling GFCI (a bank of LED lights plugs into this).......wall switch(that controls that GFCI).....regular wall outlet.....other downline outlets, etc.
Is it possible to wire this run such that the regular outlet (downstream) isn't controlled by the switch but remains GFCI protected (even with the switch off, preferably)? I'd love to see a diagram for this if possible.