GFCI means 'ground fault circuit interrupter'. A GFCI receptacle is different from conventional receptacles. In the event of a ground fault or an unintended electrical path to ground, such as a shot circuit or through a person, a GFCI will trip within 0.25s stop the flow of electricity to prevent serious injury.
A GFCI receptacle is different from conventional receptacles. In the event of a ground fault, a GFCI will trip and quickly stop the flow of electricity to prevent serious injury.
Definition of a ground fault:
Instead of following its normal safe path, electricity passes through a person's body to reach the ground. For example, a defective appliance can cause a ground fault.
A new certified GFCI receptacle offers electrical shock through advanced GFCI design as well as the fireproof poly-carbonate housing helps reduce fire risk.
Meets the new version UL requirements UL Standard 943 Class A (GFCI) and 498 (Receptacles). Required by National Electric Code® (NEC®)
0.8mm phosphor copper to keep the terminal low temperature and good conductivity.
Real materials ensure your safety.
Exquisite workmanship make the GFCI work well,reduced circuit failure, thus the quality is under guanrateed.
IFREEQ GFCI devices feature an LED Status Indicator Light which provides a visual indication to the user of the status of GFCI protection. This is a convenient way to check the level of protection at-a-glance.
First power up,Red Blinking - Initial self-test upon
Red Blinking - Issues
Green Blinking - Normal
The green light should always be on if the plug is working properly;
If the green light turns off, this means GFCI has stopped functioning and must be replaced.