Electrical Outlet
Self-Test GFCI Outlet Keep Safety of Your Home and Family
Self-Test GFCI Outlet Keep Safety of Your Home and Family
240V 60Hz Self-Test GFCI Outlet 240V 60Hz Self-Test GFCI Outlet
USB Charger/TR Receptacle USB Charger/TR Receptacle
QC3.0, high-powered charging to keep you connected QC3.0, high-powered charging to keep you connected

Self Test

  • New Version UL943 Standard now requires newly manufactured GFCIs to be auto-monitoring (self-testing) by conducting an internal test to confirm that protected power is available
  • Provides continuous ground fault protection
  • On initial power up, tests the GFCI within 1 second
  • Self test (Auto-monitoring) exceeds the new version UL requirement
  • Testing every two hours updates the protection status
  • Auto adapts and shifts to more frequent testing if potential problem is detected

Lockout Protection

KEYGMA`s Reset Lockout mechanism will not allow a GFCI receptacle to be reset unless all of the following conditions are met:
  • Connected to power
  • Wired correctly with power coming into line side leads
  • Able to provide ground fault protection

Tamper Resistant

  • Complies with NEC ® requirement, all 15A and 20A receptacles installed in dwelling units should be with tamper-resistant.
  • Receptacles with Shutter mechanism block access to the contacts unless the plug is fully inserted

End of Life

  • As long as it cannot provide ground fault protection, GFCIs will be replaced (End of Life)
  • Due to a variety of electrical, mechanical, or environmental reasons, Solenoids or SCRs, these two components as critical to the operation of the GFCIs maybe fail. Once occur, it will not be able to trip on a ground fault.
  • Required by UL943 and CSA(Canadian Standards Association)

Surge Protection

  • As long as it cannot provide ground fault protection, GFCIs will be replaced (End of Life)
  • Due to a variety of electrical, mechanical, or environmental reasons, Solenoids or SCRs, these two components as critical to the operation of the GFCIs maybe fail. Once occur, it will not be able to trip on a ground fault.
  • Required by UL943 and CSA(Canadian Standards Association)

Weather Resistant

  • Designed for wet and damp locations, required by NEC® Section 406.8
  • Cold impact resistant
  • Operating Temperature from -35℃ to 66℃
  • Stainless steel strap and screws
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