I have a 4 wire 240V Generator going to a 2pole 120/240V rated breaker,
- One pole feeds Line side Hot of #1 GFCI
- Other pole feeds Line side Hot of #2 GFCI
The wiring between breaker and receptacle for each hot is 14awg.
I was planning to configure gen in parallel 120V, combine the neutrals of each winding and bond it to ground, not through a breaker, have combined neutral go to #1 GFCI receptacle Line side Neutral with 10awg, then daisy chain to the #2 GFCI receptacle Line side Neutral with 14awg from #1 GFCI Line side Neutral.
I was going to try daisy chaining the grounds together for each GFCI too, but can't get terminals that will fit the receptacle correctly to allow for this, so will end up running each back to ground block. Is there anything wrong with daisy chaining them in relation to the GFCI functionality?
When I load both receptacles at the same time, are the GFCI going to trip due to neutral balance? Is there anything inherently wrong with this? Trying to save wire due to lack of junction points.