Correct me if I am wrong and then please help!
Incoming power is usually 3 wires: 2 - 110 phases and neutral which go
to the breaker box.
Then a ground rod is installed near the breaker box (which is usually
located at the entry to the house) and tied to neutral there.
Then the 110 phases, neutral, & ground are distributed through out the
house to the outlets (three independent wires to each outlet chain).
My configuration (in Nicaragua, land of the uneducated):
Three incoming #0 lines from a common 3 wire power pole line.
Each incoming line 3 wires: 2 - 110 phases and neutral.
I see no ground wire connected to the neutral at the power pole.
I have 8 meters.
One incoming line goes to 1 meter, the Second line to 4 meters and the
Third line to 3 meters.
Then the 3 wire outputs of the 8 meters (2 - 110 phases and neutral) go
to 8 breaker boxes located in different rooms (they say this is the code
there to have the breaker boxes in the rooms).
BUT, there is NO ground wire in the box to go to the third green
terminal on the outlets. Can I install 8 ground rods at each breaker
box to provide a green ground wire?
Should I connect this to neutral at each of the breaker boxes?
I think maybe the real question is:
Is there a problem if I use multiple ground stakes?
Should they be connected to neutral at each of the 8 boxes as well as to
the green terminal going to the outlets?
Or should I install 1 ground stake and connect to ALL boxes and all