General Protecht DG20TR-WW-B 20 Amp Tamper Resistant GFCI w/ LED, White
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General Protecht DG20TR-WW-B Description
The Class-A Rated White 20-amp Tamper Resistant Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) duplex outlet provides protection against the risk of electrical fires and other hazards caused by ground faults. This duplex outlet GFCI is extra safe as it includes a built-in end-of-life feature that automatically alerts the user when the receptacle is no longer effective and needs to be replaced or reset. Tamper-Resistant GFCIs, such as this one, have spring-loaded shutters that only open when a proper two or three bladed plug is inserted into the socket. They are designed to prevent foreign objects (such as keys, hairpins, or nails) from entering into the electrical socket. The 20-Amp tamper resistant GFCI can be easily installed in a basic wall switch box for both residential and commercial applications. Includes convenient overload and anti-jamming abilities help provide easy GFCI maintenance. Wall plate included.
- Color: White
- Voltage: 125 V
- Amperage: 20-amp
- Safe: Safe-lock design assures fixed state when current is tripped
- Working Temperatures: Works reliably at temperatures from -31 F to 151 F
- Tamper-Resistant: Prevents foreign objects from entering into electrical socket
- Effective: Can sustain up to 6000 V & 10,000 amp current impulse instantaneously
- Easy Installation: Green grounding screw works as grounding connector for easy installation and recognition
- End-Of-Life Detection: When GFCI fails, red warning signal will auto-warn to remind user to reset or replace
- Strong & Durable Material: Made of high-impact resistant thermoplastic which is resistant to shock, heat, corruption and moisture
- Stay up to code!: As of 2008, the National Electric Code (NEC) requires that GFCI receptacles be installed in all possible wet and damp environments, including the kitchen, bathroom, laundry room, and basement. The NEC also requires that all new and renovated facilities must use tamper resistant receptacles in all construction projects.
- Codes Met: This specific GFCI exceeds UL943 and cUL943 technical requirements in the NEC