radiant® 15A Tamper-Resistant Dual-Function AFCI/GFCI Outlet
AFGF152TRLA radiant Collection
Dual Function Tamper-Resistant 15A AFCI/GFCI Receptacle, Light Almond is rated out of 5 by 2.
Protecting against both electrical fires caused by arc faults and injury due to electrical shock, this outlet meets National Electrical Code for use in kitchens and laundry areas. Unlike AFCI/GFCI breaker alternatives, this dual-function device makes it easy to recognize and fix trips right where they happen. Maximize safety, in style, with AFCI/GFCI protection featuring the sleek, clean lines of radiant. GFCI protection is required by code in bathrooms, kitchens, garages, outdoor areas, and for any other outlets found within six feet of a sing or water source. Dual-Function outlets meet code for GFCI requirements and offer additional protection against arc faults, also required in certain areas for home sale inspection. Made exclusively for use with screwless Wall Plates from the radiant® Collection, sold separately.
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- Part of the all-new radiant: collection.
- FSUL Listed (Federal Specification WC596)
- Feed-through protection.
- Two back-wire holes per termination add wiring flexibility, eliminate pigtailing and save box space.
- High-impact-resistant, thermoplastic construction for superior strength and durability.
- Tamper-Resistant automatic shutter system prevents young children form inserting common household objects. Black shutters essentially ''disappear'' into the background for an invisible effect preferred by end users.
- Ground terminal back-wire for fast installation.
- Patented SafeLock: Protection - if critical components are damaged and ground fault protection is lost, power to the receptacle is disconnected.
- Two indicator lights, one for GFCI and one for AFCI. Easy to distinguish between trip caused by arc fault and trip caused by ground fault. GFCI indicator light flashes if device fails the self-test, signaling that the GFCI should be replaced.
- Auto-ground clip assures a positive ground to metal box.
- Prevents line-load miswire - no power to the face or downstream receptacles if wired incorrectly.
|Countries Of Origin||China|
|Product Line||Pass & Seymour|
|Standard||cULus, FSUL, UL Listed|
|Connection||Side & Back Wired|
|Frequency Rating||60 Hz|
White Papers & Tech Bulletins
Rated 3 out of 5 by Anne H from Great idea but too much blue in the light Comfortable with the LeGrand brand from my days of living in France, I installed this GFCI about six months ago> The idea of an integrated night light was attractive, so you don't have to use one of the outlets just to run the night light. However, the design choice of color temperature of the LED is way too blue. Too much blue at night disrupts circadian rhythms, which is exactly what you *don't* want in a night light. (See AMA paper from 2016 at https://www.darksky.org/wp-content/uploads/bsk-pdf-manager/AMA_Report_2016_60.pdf). Also, the light source is not shielded, so you are exposed to glare in addition. To partially remedy the situation, I cover the light source with a yellow Post-It flag. For these night lights, I would recommend to LeGrand to upgrade to a 2200-2400K color temperature LED.
Date published: 2019-12-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by terryc from Good This is the only AFCI/GFCI receptacle on the market that I've found that does not require installation in the first outlet of the branch circuit (all others print this requirement in the instructions), which can be impractical for a simple receptacle replacement when the first outlet is not readily accessible. A few nuisance trips on the AFCI side, unfortunately, but not super frequent. Would prefer if the orientation of the text would be upright when receptacle is horizontally mounted with the neutral side of the receptacle is facing up, instead of the hot side.
Date published: 2021-01-05
My electrician just installed 2 of these outlets in my kitchen. Now whenever we turn on our blender (Vita mix, 120v, 60 Hz, 11.5 amps, 2002 model year) it presents an Arc fault. What's up? I want to use that blender on my kitchen circuit like I used to
I would check to see if you use another appliance into the new outlet, do you get the same results and contact us for further assistance: Radiant products 1.800.223-4162 opt 3 Mon - Fri: 8am - 8pm EST (excluding holidays) Email Us - firstname.lastname@example.org
Date published: 2020-03-02
I have a customer with two of these in the kitchen. One I installed a couple of years ago and one that was installed this year. Both outlets work fine and test and reset as expected. But twice they have both tripped with nothing plugged in.
These are safety devices that are designed to trip when a Ground fault or an Arc Fault occured. There are many factors that could take place to make one of these devices to trip. worn insulation, conductive dusts, water etc. Chances are what ever tripped the unit was a temperary occasion. If the Fault was still there the unit would not reset when You press the reset button
Date published: 2019-09-11