Press Release Summary:
UL-listed Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters protect operators and equipment by interrupting electrical power when loads have potentially lethal ground current in excess of 4-6 milliamps. Manual reset of trip indicator prevents unmonitored equipment start-ups following fault or power outage. Fully portable, plug-in units are offered in 15 and 20 A, 120 and 240 V, 60 Hz ratings. They are suitable for indoor or outdoor use.
Original Press Release:
McGill GFCIs Offer Protection to Users of Power Tools and Hand Lamps
SKOKIE, IL -- McGill is helping operators of power tools, hand lamps and other electrical equipment address safety concerns with the new attachable UL Listed Ground Fault Circuit
Interrupter. Users will appreciate the new GFCIs for their unmatched portability, versatility and safety-enhancing performance.
These simple-to-use, plug-in GFCIs protect operators and equipment by interrupting electrical power when loads have a potentially lethal ground current in excess of 4-6 milliamps. Manual reset of the trip indicator prevents unmonitored equipment start-ups following a fault or a power outage. The GFCIs also suppress radio frequency interference to prevent nuisance tripping.
Compact, rugged and fully-portable, the new GFCIs can be used indoors or outdoors with a variety of electrical devices to provide superior protection in 3-wire circuits. Models are
available in 15 and 20 amp, 120 and 240V, 60Hz ratings. In addition to the standard 11" cord set are models with tri-tap receptacles, user-attachables, and a GFCI protected quad box.
For more information, call 1-888/832-0660. Fax, 1-877/465-2456. Or write McGill, 7770 North Frontage Road, Skokie, IL 60077. On the Web: www.mcgillelectrical.com.