Enjoy superior safety and the convenience of built-in USB charging, in a first-of-its-kind outlet! Perfect for adding modern connectivity anywhere, including areas of the home where ground fault protection is required (kitchens, bathrooms, laundry rooms, etc). This outlet makes it easy to see and reset electrical trips right where they happen, while also providing two USB connections for keeping phones or tablets charged, no bulky adapter required.
First outlet of its kind to add USB connection to a GFCI outlet for easier charging, anywhere
Provides reliable ground fault protection with a trip indicator light and reset button on the outlet for easy, accessible troubleshooting
Includes traditional power outlets and two USB Type-A ports for convenient charging. Shares 2.0A charging capacity between both ports
Self-tests every three seconds, ensuring continuous ground fault protection for greater safety. Additionally, in case of test failure, the indicator light (red LED) will flash to signal there is an issue and the outlet should be replaced
Equipped with proven SafeLock™ feature which disconnects power to the outlet if any critical components are damaged for added protection
Protect children using a patented “invisi-shutter” system to prevent the insertion of foreign objects while maintaining a discreet, invisible effect. Meets NEC® Tamper-Resistant requirements
Installs quickly thanks to a redesigned side wire cavity for easier access
Can provide ground fault protection to downstream outlets through feed-thru wiring
does this have CCC rating for export to China? China Compulsory Certificate.
Asked by: Aaron
Please reach out to our Technical Support team so we can help to provide clarification on this. You can reach us at 844-957-3783; M-F from 8a - 6p ET.
Answered by: Wiremold Tech Support
Date published: 2023-08-30
What is the difference between the two models A/C and A/A?
Asked by: Anonymous
The USB Type-A ports have an insert that only allows them to be connected in one orientation. while the USB Type-C has a reversible connector, meaning a device can be plugged in either way.
Also USB-A could only support up to 2.5 watts and 5 volts, USB-C now supports 100 watts and 20 volts easily enough for larger devices and faster charging.
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2022-10-08
Why doesn’t the usb plug all the way in
Asked by: Steve
This is by design seeing the plastic over molding on the USB connectors can vary from manufacturer to manufacturer so some may appear to not plug in all the way.