I seem to be running into a never to be found answer on the wiring for this 240 2 pole combination AFC breaker.
I have a Split unit wired L1 & L2 with a ground back to the sub panel not a neutral. The breaker requires a Neutral panel connection for the coiled up white wire. It also requires the L1 & L2 to be hooked up to the breaker. I'm all good with this but, it wants the neutral LOAD from the A/C unit back into the breaker's Load Neutral which i don't have.
I am not using a neutral but i am using a ground return that is tight to the ground bus bar of the panel. I can not see plugging in the ground return to the Load Neutral connection of the breaker. That makes no sense to me.
Murray's information seem to point to leaving the Load neutral connection empty and keep the A/C ground on the panel ground. No one has been able to clarify this. I know the AFCI rules may not apply to 240 V circuits but I want to protect this anyway. I found a similar GE breaker which has NO neutral load return on the breaker but i just want to hear it from an expert.