A ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) is designed to protect against severe electrical shock or electrocution from ground faults. Ground faults occur when the electrical current in an appliance strays outside its normal path, and the human body becomes part of the path through which the electrical current may flow. A GFCI will trip when a ground fault condition is detected in the circuit.
|Ampere Rating (A)||40|
|Aprovals||UL listed - CSA certified|
|Mounting Type||Push On|
|Number of Poles||2-Pole|
|Wire Size||#14 to #4 AWG Cu/Al|
|Switching Duty Rated||No|