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Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI)

Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI)

The National Electrical Code requires GFCI protection of receptacles located outdoors and in bathrooms, garages and spa areas. This GFCI circuit breaker provides protection against overloads, short circuits and ground faults. It detects very low levels of electrical current leaks (ground faults), and acts quickly to shut off power, preventing serious shock.

Features and Benefits

  • UL Listed (Molded Case Circuit Breakers No. 489 and Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters No. 943).
  • Class A (.005 ampere ground fault trip level).
  • Available from 15-30 Amps 1 Pole, 15-50A 2 Pole.
  • Voltage is 120 and 240 volt ratings