||Ground fault circuit interrupter turns regular outlets into safety outlets
||Instantly shuts off power to protect pond equipment from electrical damage
||Essential electrical safety equipment for pond and water garden hobbyists
Protection against electrical shocks and equipment damage. Five Outlet ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) converts a single outlet into 5 safety outlets. 24" Inline GFCI Perfect for outdoor use, the 2' In-Line GFCI has a heavy-duty, 12-gauge, 3-outlet power cord and built-in GFCI protection against hazardous shock from damaged cords or exposure to water.
Shock Buster Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters protect against:
- Frayed, damaged electrical cords
- Hazardous electrical leakage levels in appliances and tools
- Electric shock caused by appliances and tools exposed to water
How does it work?
- Plug GFCI into a 120 VAC power outlet.
- Verify that the red LED indicator turns on. This indicates power to the GFCI output receptacle.
- Press the test button and verify that the red LED light turns off.
- Press and release the reset button and verify that the red LED indicator turns on.
- The GFCI is now ready to use.
24" Inline GFCI
- Class A GFCI, 4-6mA Trip Level
- Open neutral protection
- NEMA 5-15P and (3) 5-15R outlets
- 2 ft. 12/3 AWG SJTW cord
- 1875 watts
- UL-Listed, CUL
- Provides protection for 2 and 3 wire grounded appliances and tools
- Highly visible for added safety
- Allows for Compliance to NEC Article 305-6, "Temporary Wiring" and Meets OSHA Standards for Construction Site Usage
Five Outlet GFCI
- Plug into any 3-prong dual outlet
- Converts electric outlet into safety outlets
- Ideal for family TV rooms, dens, dormitory rooms, garages, basement rec rooms
- Five outlets with Shock Buster protection
- If the GFCI fails to trip (turn off) when the test button is pressed or fails to reset (turn on), the device is defective and should not be used.
- If the GFCI tests properly without a load applied but trips each time a load is connected, then the load has a ground fault condition and needs to be repaired or replaced. DO NOT bypass the GFCI if this condition occurs. A real shock hazard may exist.
TOWER's GFCI products will provide protection against ground faults when used with a 2-wire receptacle and a 3-wire to 2-wire adapter. However, it is best to use a 3-wire grounded outlet for ground fault circuit interrupters equipped with a ground pin. It will provide additional protection against electrical shock hazards.
TOWER's GFCI products will not sense ground fault conditions on the input conductors; therefore, it is recommended that all additional extension cords should be connected to the GFCI output.
- This device is to be used on normal distribution systems 120VAC/15AMPS 60HZ maximum.
- The GFCI is a safety device. Do not use the TEST and RESET buttons as an on/off switch.
- All Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters do not protect against electrical shock resulting from contact with both current-carrying conductors of an electrical circuit.
- Do not connect any extension cord longer than 100 feet to the GFCI output to avoid the possibility of nuisance tripping.
- Test frequently and before each use to ensure proper operation.
- Do not use where water may enter the GFCI case.
- Do not modify or immerse this device.
- Do not exceed electrical rating.