Originally Posted by jbfan
If you use the gfci before the wire goes underground, you can bury it 12" deep, but you have to walk 130 feet to reset it.
You can put it out it in the shed, but you then need to bury the wire at 24"
Gfci receptacles are cheaper than breakers.
If you put it outside, it needs to be tamper proof/water resistant and have a bubble cover.
Would there be a problem doing both? (Budget permitting, of course.)
Put a GF breaker in the panel before the wire goes underground, so you only have to dig 12".
Put a GF receptacle in the shed, so if a ground fault occurs in the shed, you can reset it without having to walk the 130' back to the house.