Install ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) devices in kitchens, bathrooms, laundry rooms, hot tub areas, or other places with water nearby. Designed to guard against ground faults, these safety devices automatically cut the power when tripped to prevent shocks and protect other outlets further down the circuit.
GFCI Duplex Receptacles
These standard GFCI devices contain a duplex receptacle to provide electricity to a plug-in appliance or machine.
DIN Rail GFCI Receptacle
Blank GFCI Modules
Also known as faceless or dead-front GFCI devices, these blank GFCI modules are used simply as safety devices since they feature test and reset buttons but no power receptacles.
Enclosed GFCI Outlets
Fitted with water-resistant enclosure to help keep the elements at bay, these GFCI outlets can be used in outside locations, such as campgrounds, construction sites, or outdoor patios. The outlets have a NEMA 3R rating for resistance to rain, snow, and ice.
Unmetered Surface Outlet
NEMA 3R Steel Enclosure
Hazardous-Location Enclosed GFCI Outlets
Install these enclosed, heavy-duty GFCI outlets in wet or corrosive environments.