GFCI ReceptaclesMeet code, reduce callbacks, and best serve your customers, with point-of-use ground fault protection.
With the 2014 and 2017 National Electrical Code requiring all kitchen and laundry circuits to have arc fault and ground fault protection, contractors have two options for compliance – a dual-function AFCI/GFCI breaker, or pairing an AFCI circuit creaker with a GFCI receptacle at point-of-use, wired to extend protection to all regular outlets downstream. But it is only the latter option which meets code while bringing additional advantages through easier troubleshooting and faster resets.
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Give Homeowners What They Want
More than 80% of homeowners prefer GFCI outlets over dual function circuit breakers.
GFCI Outlets vs. AFCI/GFCI Breakers
See why 88% of electrical contractors say GFCI receptacles are the easy way to meet code.
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Meeting Code with GFCI Solutions
Learn more about the advantages and disadvantages of your GFCI solution options in this infographic.
White Paper: GFCI Code Requirements
Learn more about the 2014 and 2017 NEC Code requirements for AFCI and GFCI protection.
2017 NEC® Codebook
Stay up to date on NEC requirements and regulations.
NEC® State Adoption Map
See what code requirements apply in your state.
White Paper: GFCI & Outdoor Power
Learn about adding safe, reliable power to outdoor spaces.