using a two pole switch in a split light circuit
Greetings everyone, my thanks in advance for your help. I plan to pull a four wire 240V service to my out building. There are ten identical fluorescent lights that I want to come on at the same time but as two separate circuits.
To balance the load between phases could I run the two legs of a two pole breaker to a two pole switch and then go off the switch to five lights on one side and five on the other? Am I correct that this would effectively cancel netural current so I could combine neutrals and run one white wire back to the sub panel unbonded neutral bar? I have researched multi-wiring receptacles and this seems to fall into that realm.
Thank you again, Jim