I am planning to put two adjacent outdoor duplex outlets on an Edison
circuit (shared neutral). Obviously they should be GFCI protected, but I
am wondering which is the best way to do this, both from the NEC point
of view and from a convenience point of view.
The three options I see are:
1. Two separate GFCI outlets -- the cheapest solution, AFAICS.
2. Two separate GFCI breakers.
3. Ganged GFCI breakers (separate breakers with a handle tie -- if
available for Cutler-Hammer CH)
4. 2-pole GFCI breaker -- probably the most expensive solution.
Have I missed any? Which would be best?