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9:01 PM
I have a question that is a very difficult one that I don't know how to solve. The image is my circuit. The second image is my layout for my transformer. My question is, how do I connect this to a 125V circuit that is protected by a GFCI outlet without tripping the GFCI protection measure? I can plug this into a 30 amp 125 volt circuit without GFCI protection and it works. So how do I put it on a 20 Amp 125V GFCI protected circuit and in a sense bypass the GFCI protection?
Requirements are that I must plug it into a GFCI protected outlet, and I need to find a solution to bypass or fool the GFCI into thinking it is protected and doesn't need to trip. Hoe do I do this?
My input is 125 volts, and my output is 230 volts. It tops out at 245 volts at times during the day. Assume peaks.
The moment I plug it into the GFCI protected circuit. (There is a single GFCI that protects a total of 4 outlets. 4 outlets can be branched together on a 20A circuit per code.) The GFCI trips. It does it every single time and I need to arrange my circuit somehow to make it not trip. So how do I do this? Thought it would be best to ask the engineers here.
I did have all of the common grounds grounded as a common. But it tended to not have very much of an effect or difference. So the earthed ground was grounded to the transformer and that was then grounded to all of the input outlets and output outlets including a 50A 240 - 250V outlet etc. It is a welding machine outlet.
I disconnected the grounds from everything.
 

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