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Grounding Elements
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I've got a 240v heating element installed in an ammo can. How do I ground the element/ammo can? Similarly, as I'm installing my TC4 and Arduino into a project box (plastic) where do I run my ground wire? (considering the hot legs will be going to SSR's)

Do I need to install a ground and neutral buss bar inside the control panel box?
 
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