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Power First GFCI Body, 120VAC Voltage Rating, NEMA Plug Configuration: User Supplied, Number of Poles: 2

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Cord Set, In-Line GFCI,120V,20
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Cord Set, In-Line GFCI,120V,20
PI_Asset_1355716

#916321-6 | Pkg Qty: 1

$53.31 pkg | $53.31 ea

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Shipping to 60045

Technical Specifications

Key Specifications
Amperage
20 A
Outlet Configuration
User Wired Connection
Brand
POWER FIRST
Package Quantity
1
Color Family
Black
Plug Configuration
No Plug
Enclosure Rating
Rainproof
Plug Style
No Plug
Item
GFCI Body
Portable GFCI Plug Cord Length
No Cord
Mfr. Part Number
2XYR7
Portable GFCI Receptacle Cord Length
No Cord
NEC Cord Designation
No Cord
Range of Lengths
No Cord
NEMA Plug Configuration
User Supplied
Reset Type
Manual
NEMA Receptacle
User Supplied
Self-Testing
No
NEMA Receptacle Configuration
User Supplied
Shipping Weight
.56 lb.
Number of Conductors
3
Voltage
125 VAC
Number of Poles
2
Voltage Rating
120 VAC
Number of Wires
3
General
Outlet Count
User Wired Connection
Receptacle Cord Length
No Cord
Plug Configuration - Ext. Cords and Power Strips
No Plug
Standards
UL 943, CSA
Plug Cord Length
No Cord
Trade Designation
No Cord
Receptacle Configuration
User Supplied

Product Description

Plug-in portable GFCI bodies with manual reset are electrical devices used between a power source and an electrical device to help prevent electrical shock from water and other hazards. They require the user to reset the GFCI after a power outage by pushing the reset button to restore power to the connected equipment. They are typically used in industrial or construction applications where a sudden resumption in power could be dangerous if equipment starts back up unexpectedly, such as power drills, saws, and grinders. They plug directly into a wall outlet and have one or more receptacles that devices plug into.

General purpose portable ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) bodies and cords are electrical devices used with power cords that help protect users from ground faults. They have an integrated circuit breaker that turns off the power when a current overload is detected, helping protect users from electrical burns, shock, or electrocution. They are commonly used in temporary power applications to provide protection where electrical circuits may come in contact with water, such as in garages or outdoors, and a standard GFCI receptacle is not available. Plug-in GFCIs plug directly into a wall outlet and have one or more receptacles that devices plug into. Inline GFCIs are lengths of cord with an outlet plug at one end and one more receptacles at the other end that devices plug into.

Compliance & Restrictions

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Item Barcode
9163216
Cord Set, In-Line GFCI,120V,20
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