30A/240V cord with built-in GFCI
- Control Panel (Part 2) (Qty: 1)
Cords with built-in GFCI that support both 240V and 120V and adhere to the National Electrical Code (NEC) standards for response time (25ms) and current rating (4-6ma) are incredibly difficult to find, and very expensive. We recommend installing a 30A double-pole GFCI breaker in the electrical panel instead as it will most likely cost less.
Popular amongst electric brewers in the early years of electric brewing (around 2008-2010 time frame) were 120/240V 30 amp GFCI cords that were previously used to power Xerox copy machines (shown in picture). There was a time where they were available on eBay for less than a 30A double-pole GFCI breaker. It's important to note however that these cords have a trip setting of 10mA (slightly above the United States NEC requirements of 4-6ma).
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