Will this still provide GFCI protection? Is this against code? Does this represent a hazard?

I have a subpanel with a 60A GFCI circuit breaker, that I want to use that to feed to 2 30a 240v receptacles. I'm looking to have GFCI protection on the lines, but also make sure the lines are protected for their rating.


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This will work fine. The GFI protection is on the feeder side so everything downstream will be protected.

Out of curiosity, why the need for GFCI protection?

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    Building an electric microbrewery in my basement :) Thanks Nov 14, 2014 at 18:53
  • See 215.9 for the applicable NEC cite, btw Mar 30, 2015 at 22:25

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