Interrupters

GFCI Wiring Devices add safety to construction projects.

Taking advantage of standard commercial pigtailing process, PlugTail(TM) Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCIs) promote consistent and safe installations for any commercial construction project. Products meet Federal Specification requirements and eliminate exposed terminals for finger safe application. Tail process helps prevent miswiring and offers SafeLock(TM) protection. Line includes Spec...

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Redesigned P&S GFCIS Exceed New UL Safety Standards

SYRACUSE, NY (Feb. 13, 2006) - Pass & Seymour/Legrand (P&S), a leading manufacturer of electrical wiring devices and home systems, introduced its fully redesigned GFCI product line today, in response to revisions to the UL 943 Safety Standard for Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters. The updated GFCIs actually exceed UL's requirements, making them the most durable GFCIs on the market. The UL...

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GFCI can be used with up to 3 power tools.

Portable in-line triple-tap Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) detects and shuts off dangerous electrical currents in less than .025 sec. With 4-6 mA trip level, manual reset, and 120 V/15 A rating, it prevents injury or electrocution resulting from water, frayed insulation, or damaged power cords. GFCI offers 2 ft SJT 12/3 AWG cable with NEMA 5-15 plugs on line side and attached molded...

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Mini Photo Interrupters offer alternative to switches.

Available in slotted, actuator, and reflective types, RoHS-compliant Series BPI functions in analog or digital control modes, and provides non-contact IR/optical detection for applications such as copiers, printers, industrial machinery, garage door openers, and photo encoder-based devices. Light beam interruption of actuator units range from 0.35 VOL. Forward voltages of slotted types range from...

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Turn-Off Switch minimizes fire risks in lighting fixtures.

Turn-Off Switch minimizes fire risks in lighting fixtures.

Stand-alone Safeguard Ignitor Turn-Off Switch minimizes ballast failures and component damage from insulation failure and overheating by automatically disconnecting lamp ignitor if light source has failed, is at end-of-life, or is missing. Unit stops constant electrical cycling or restriking attempts until faulty or missing lamp can be replaced. Switch is suited for 39-1,000 W Pulse-Start Metal...

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Overcurrent Protector meets GR-1089 Issue 3 requirements.

Overcurrent Protector meets GR-1089 Issue 3 requirements.

Suited for communications infrastructure applications, PolySwitchÂ-® TSM600-400 interrupts ac power faults to comply with standards such as UL 60950 3rd edition and TIA-968-A. Surface-mount, RoHS-compliant device incorporates 2 matched, low-resistance PPTC components. Each of these 2 resettable overcurrent protection components has typ resistance of 1.2 ohm, and unit has rated hold current of...

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Illuminated GFCI helps spot use of back-up power.

Illuminated GFCI helps spot use of back-up power.

Illuminated ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI), resistant to surge, corrosion, and electrical power line noise, has indicator light that remains on when power is available and turns off when wiring device has tripped or power has failed. Product installs with side or screw-pressure-plate backwiring for line and load terminals. To add wiring flexibility and more room in box, 2 backwire holes...

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Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter offers decorative design.

Decorator Combination GFCI combines SafeLock(TM) Protection with decorative addition of single switch, double switch, or LED nightlight. Products offer up-and-down switching and are available in two-switch model. Resistant to surge, corrosion, and electrical power line noise, they install with side or screw-pressure-plate backwiring for line and load terminals. Features include trip indicator...

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GFCI Receptacles meet and exceed UL943 requirements.

GFCI Receptacles meet and exceed UL943 requirements.

Ground Fault Circuit Interrupting Duplex Receptacles include 15 and 20 A commercial and hospital grade devices featuring large 50 J, 250 V metal oxide varistor for surge immunity. Noise filtration circuitry prevents false tripping from EMI or RFI, and conformal coated circuit board enhances moisture and corrosion immunity. Receptacles include back and side wiring capability, tri-drive screws, and...

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