Yes, a neutral wire is required for the receptacle. There is no neutral bus. The neutral is to be wired in the field direct to the receptacle. Equipment ground lug is provided for both disconnect and receptacle. Follow all local and NEC codes for receptacle protection.
An equipment ground lug is provided for both the disconnect and receptacle. There is no neutral bus. The neutral is wired straight to the receptacle. Follow all local and NEC codes for receptacle protection.
Thank you for bringing this to our attention. WN2060GFCI has a non-fusible pullout. This statement does not apply and should be removed.
Sure. Any current 60 amp or less. More than this will overheat the unit.
The disconnect and receptacle are wired separately so, yes, receptacle will be powered via own power source.
Yes, if the ac is fed from the load side of the gfci (but some ac will not operate through a gfci, which may trip when ac fully engages) or if the ac and the gfci have separate line/power cables.
Some ac will not work if wired through the gfci, hence it is best to wire the ac disconnect and the gfci with separate line or power cables