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Spec-Grade Audible Alarm Tamper-Resistant 20A Self-Test Duplex GFCI, White

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$38.36 USD

GFCI receptacles from the radiant® Collection self-test automatically every three seconds to ensure reliable protection from shock due to ground fault occurrences. Meeting National Electrical Code requirements for ground fault protection, GFCI receptacles make it easier to recognize and fix trips right where they happen – no more confusion at the breaker box. 20A outlets are ideal for use with larger appliances and in commercial settings, as well as to meet regional requirements (Chicago, Canada). GFCI protection is required by code in bathrooms, kitchens, garages, basements, outdoor areas, and for any other outlets found within six feet of a sink or water source. GFCI outlets should always be used when replacing existing GFCI outlets during renovation. Spec-Grade devices are engineered to meet federal specifications for use in commercial installations.

Color White

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Features

  • Alarm rated at 60 db at 10 feet
  • Protects children: patented shutter system helps prevent improper insertion of foreign objects meeting National Electrical Code: Tamper-Resistant requirements
  • Conducts an automatic test every three seconds, ensuring it's always ready to protect. If the device fails the test, the trip indicator light (red LED) flashes to signal that the GFCI should be replaced
  • Equipped with proven SafeLock protection feature: if critical components are damaged and protection is lost, power to the receptacle is disconnected
  • Feed-thru wiring configuration allows GFCI to protect downstream receptacles
  • Prevents line-load reversal miswire: no power to the face or downstream receptacles if wired incorrectly
  • Side or internal screw-pressure-plate back wire with #10-#14 AWG solid or stranded copper wire and two back wire holes per terminal
  • Mounting screws are shipped captive in the device and wall plate for easier installation
  • Dual-direction test and reset button colors match the device face
  • Thinner than competitors' GFCI Receptacles: leaves more room for wires in the box

Specifications

General Info
Product Line Pass & Seymour
Color White
UPC Number 785007048285
Country Of Origin China
Application Sector Residential/Commercial
Standard cULus, UL Listed, FSUL
Additional Information
Product Environmental Profile Yes
Listing Agencies / 3rd Party Agencies
cULus Listed  Yes
Technical Information
Interrupt Rating 4 A
Frequency Rating 60 Hz
Trip Range 4 to 6 mA
Connection Back and Side Wire
Number of Poles Double Pole
Voltage 125 V
Environmental Conditions 95% Humidity, UL 94 V2

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Questions & Answers

Does this audible if the power goes off, or only if it trips?

Asked by: Andrew2021
The alarm will only sound when the GFCI is tripped.
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2021-07-07

Why is there no mention of how loud the alarm is, nor does it say if it is a constant sound or it pulses. I would think a cut sheet would give that information.

Asked by: alancr
The alarm is on constant, 60 db at 10'. The decibel rating is shown on the attached file.
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2021-03-09

Being in the electrical field we have problems with freezers and refrigerators.. I have looked in the internet...and question is will this GFI protect my freezer. What I have found is that I am needing Snuffer built in the GFCI..

Asked by: Juan169
Yes This GFCI will protect Your freezer. You would want to use the GFCI with the audible alarms on freezers and other motor loads to notify You if there is a ground fault that tripped the GFCI.
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2019-07-19

I am replacing a non alarm gfci out with the 2097traw model.  When I connect everything the same way.  All I see is a green light.  No power to anything.  Cant trip or reset it either.    Is it defective?

Asked by: Matt2019
I would verify that it is indeed a Legrand-Pass & Seymour GFCI because none of ours are designed with a green LED(RED only when tripped). Legrand-Pass & Seymour should be stamped into the edge of the body, where the wallplate would sit.
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2019-07-08
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