NEWS: Legrand acquires Universal Electric Corporation
Global leader in the development of flexible, customizable power distribution systems and manufacturer of STARLINE and U-S Safety Trolley suites of products.
Menu
Search
Menu
GFCI Receptacles

Pass & Seymour® GFCI Receptacles

Advantages of Ground Fault Protection at the Point-of-Use

Meet code and reduce callbacks by pairing GFCI receptacles with AFCI breakers on kitchen and laundry room circuits.

The 2014 and 2017 National Electrical Code require both arc fault and ground fault protection on all kitchen and laundry room circuits. There are two options to meet code in these situations: one is to use a dual function AFCI/GFCI breaker, the other is to pair an AFCI circuit breaker with a GFCI receptacle wired to protect regular outlets downstream. See why installing standard AFCI circuits with the latest GFCI outlet technology is the safest, easiest solution.
PLAY
GFCI Infographic- Meeting code
There are several options available to meet GFCI code requirements - but which way is best? Download the infographic to learn more.
Download Now
White Paper: GFCI Code Requirements
Learn about the 2014 and 2017 NEC Code requirements, the difference between GFCI receptacles and AFCI/GFCI breakers and the advantages or disadvantages of each solution.
DOWNLOAD WHITE PAPER
GFCI Outlets vs. AFCI/GFCI Breakers
See why 88% of electrical contractors said GFCI receptacles are an easier solution to meet code than AFCI/GFCI breakers.
DOWNLOAD FACT SHEET
P&S GFCI Brochure
Explore the full line of products, and learn about all the advantages of Pass & Seymour GFCI outlets.
DOWNLOAD BROCHURE
GFCI Point of Use
More Solutions for More Safety
We're constantly resetting the bar for safety, learn about all the innovative GFCI solutions from Pass & Seymour
VISIT GFCI HEADQUARTERS
Not All Outlets are Created Equal.
From convenient nightlight combos to advanced self-test GFCI receptacles, choose the radiant collection.
EXPLORE PRODUCTS
NEC® State Adoption Map
See what code requirements apply in your state.
LEARN MORE