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  • GFCI Testers-Image
    GFCI Testers - (36 companies)
    Ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) testers are used to check for improper wiring conditions in GFCI devices such as electrical receptacles. They detect leakage currents that are smaller than those used in fuses and circuit breakers, but still...
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    Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCI) - (53 companies)
    Ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCI) disconnect a circuit when the current between the neutral conductor and the live conductor becomes unbalanced. GFCIs are also known as residual current devices. Ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCI...
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    Receptacle Testers - (32 companies)
    ...neon lamps which indicate the type of reading. Some products that are designed for three-wire, 125 VAC circuits can also be used to test ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCI) for proper operation. GFCI devices are protected circuit breakers...
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    Circuit Breakers - (985 companies)
    ...protection function but can be reset after each interruption and reused indefinitely. (Other circuit protection devices which are related to circuit breakers include thermal overload relays and ground fault circuit interrupters [GFCI].). Construction...
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    Wallplates - (57 companies)
    ...that is used for plugging appliances such as toasters, hair dryers, etc. Phone jack wallplate: A phone jack wall plate houses a phone jack. Rocker/GFCI switch plate: A rocker switchplate houses a rocker switch. A rocker switch turns on and off...
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    Electrical Receptacles - (373 companies)
    ...grounding path such as a metal wiring device or metal conduit, gas or water pipe, or ducting or structural steel. Ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) connectors include a built-in circuit that detects leakage current to ground on the load side...
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    Ground Fault Relays - (32 companies)
    Ground fault relays protect electrical equipment from ground faults. A ground fault is an unintentional current path between a current-carrying conductor and a grounded surface.
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    Load Centers - (49 companies)
    Medium voltage circuit breakers are rated up to 72.5 kV. Load centers for miniature circuit breakers must to accommodate devices with features such as a supplementary protector, a shunt trip, and a ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI). GFCI devices...
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    Circuit Protection Components - (248 companies)
    Circuit protection devices are used to protect electronic components from unwanted transients such as current and voltage surges, electrostatic discharge (ESD), lightning, spikes and other signals that can imperil the operation or damage the component.
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    Board Mount Surge Suppressors - (17 companies)
    Board mount surge suppressors are devices mounted on a printed circuit board (PCB) used to protect equipment from transient over voltages in power, data, and telephone circuits.
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Introduction. OSHA 1910.399 defines a ground fault circuit interrupter, or GFCI, as "a device whose function is to interrupt the electric circuit to load when a fault current to ground exceeds some predetermined value, that is less than that required to operate the over-current protective device...

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Ground-fault circuit interrupters (GFCIs), also called earth leakage or residual-current circuit breakers, can sense leakage current to earth ground from live parts and interrupt the circuit automatically when leakage current exceeds a predetermined value. A core-balance protection device serves...

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...questions and to take on the recommended fixes. Our hair-dryer evaluation might proceed as follows: The first item on our list, dropping the unit in water, has already been addressed by the industry. Ground-fault circuit interrupters (GFCI) at the plug end of the electric cord guard the user against...

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...are functioning. If not, the surge protector might be to blame. Another likely culprit is a faulty wall outlet. Plug your computer directly into the outlet, sans surge protector. Ensure that the GFCI (ground fault circuit interrupter) hasn t been tripped. If your PC still won t turn on, plug something...

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