I am getting ready to install a 20 amp breaker powering my outdoor lights, outlets, and some shed outlets.
I am most likely going to just have the breaker be a GFCI breaker to have the entire outdoor line GFCI protected.
I have a bunch of 20 amp GFCI/AFCI combined breakers and was curious if AFCI could be used outdoors?
I know it's not required, and to my understanding there is no real harm (outside of potential nuisance tripping).
My question is: Does anyone see any harm with running a duel GFCI/AFCI breaker for outdoor use? Is there a strong opinion AGAINST doing that?