GFCI outlets, no ground necessary. True for GFCI breakers?

I assume that’s true for GFCI breakers but anyone who knows, feel free to chime in.

Why would a breaker require a ground? :slight_smile: you’re not plugging an appliance into a breaker… the EGC is supplied via a dedicated conductor or metal conduit.

Afternoon, Kenton. Hope this posts finds you well.

Sorry. I never ran across this condition.

If the question is will a GFCI circuit breaker work if there is no EGC in the branch circuit the answer is yes.

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