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(2) Faulted Circuits
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The faulted circuits shall be controlled by one of the following methods:
- The current-carrying conductors of the faulted circuit shall be automatically disconnected.
- The device providing ground-fault protection fed by the faulted circuit shall automatically cease to supply power to output circuits and interrupt the faulted PV system dc circuits from the ground reference in a functionally grounded system.
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