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15 Amp 125-Volt Combo Self-Test Tamper-Resistant GFCI Outlet and Switch, White

  • Slim design for easy installation vs other GFCIs
  • Patented reset lockout prevents reset if protection is lost
  • Self-test feature helps ensure GFCI is providing protection
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Product Overview

Protects Against Electric Shock

Protects Against Electric Shock

Cuts off power in a fraction of a second if a ground-fault is detected

Status Indicator Lights

Easy-to-Read Diagnostics

Status Indicator Lights for at-a-glance protection status

Easy Installation

Fast, Easy Installation

Slimmest profile on the market for fast and easy installation, even in shallow wallboxes

Pressing reset button

Patented Reset Lockout

Prevents reset if GFCI is damaged and cannot respond to a ground-fault

Adapts monitoring

Auto-Monitoring

Adapts and shifts to more frequent testing if potential problem is detected

Superior resistance

Advanced Electronics

Superior resistance to electrical surges, over-voltages and false triggers

Exceeds UL Requirements

Exceeds UL Requirements

Trip threshold meets or exceeds UL requirements for tripping time

Easy Wiring Options

Easy Wiring Options

Back and side wire capable

Wire seating visual

External Backwire Clamps

Provides visual indication of proper wire seating

Withstands

Rugged Design

Withstands high torque and resists wire pullout

Self-grounding clip included

Self-Grounding Clip

Standard brass self-grounding clip included

Compatible with all Leviton Decora products

Decora Compatible

Compatible with all Leviton Decora devices and wallplates; available in select Decora colors

Limited Two-Year Warranty

Warranty

Limited Two-Year Warranty

Peace of mind, all the time. The SmartlockPro Self-Test GFCI tests itself even if you forget. Designed to meet the latest UL standard for auto-monitoring (self-test) our complete line of self-test GFCIs periodically conduct an automatic internal test to confirm that it can respond to a ground fault. With the slimmest profile on the market, the device allows for fast and easy installation, while Leviton's patented reset lockout mechanism prevents reset of the GFCI if it is not wired or operating correctly. The SmartlockPro Self-Test GFCI is the smart choice in ground fault circuit interrupter protection.
  • Single receptacle GFCI with switch saves space and adds convenience
  • Provides continuous ground fault protection - detects and trips on actual ground fault even when self-test is being conducted
  • On initial power up, tests the GFCI within 3 seconds
  • Auto-monitoring exceeds the UL requirement
  • Auto adapts and shifts to more frequent testing if potential problem is detected
  • Status indicator light provides simple, intuitive feedback on power and protection status as well as indication of line/load reversal
  • Patented lockout action prevents reset if GFCI is damaged and cannot respond to a ground fault
  • Electronics are designed to minimize any false triggers
  • Reduced depth makes it easier to install in any electrical box, even shallow ones
  • Terminals allow for easy wiring options - back and side wire capable
  • External back wire clamps provide visual indication of proper wire seating
  • Withstands high torque and resists wire pullout
  • Standard brass self-grounding clip
  • Trip threshold meets or exceeds UL requirements for tripping time
  • Improved immunity to high-frequency noise reduces nuisance tripping
  • Advanced electronics design provides superior resistance to electrical surges and over voltages
  • Compatible with all decora devices and wall plates; available in select decora colors

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Name20 Amp Self-Test SmartlockPro Slim Duplex GFCI Outlet, White15 Amp 125-Volt Combo Self-Test Tamper-Resistant GFCI Outlet and Switch, White15-Amp Smartlockpro Combination Gfci Outlet And Switch, Light Almond15 Amp Self-Test SmartlockPro Combo Duplex Guide Light and Tamper Resistant GFCI Outlet, White (3-Pack)
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Ratings
(1601)
(219)
(219)
(514)
Outlet TypeGFCIGFCIGFCIGFCI
Outlet ConfigurationDuplexSingleDuplexDuplex
Electrical FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesCombo SwitchCombo SwitchNo Additional Features
Outlet LocationWallWallWallWall
Mounting TypeScrew-InIn-WallIn-WallIn-Wall
Number of Outlets2112
Indoor/OutdoorIndoorIndoorIndoorIndoor
GroundingUngroundedSelf-GroundingUngroundedSelf-Grounding
Outlet MaterialNylonThermoplasticThermoplasticThermoplastic
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Specifications

Dimensions

Faceplate Width (in.)
2.4
Outlet Depth (in.)
2.3
Outlet Height (in.)
4.35
Outlet Width (in.)
2.4

Details

Color Family
White
Color/Finish
White
Electrical Features
Combo Switch
Electrical Product Type
Outlet
Grounding
Self-Grounding
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor
Maximum Amperage (amps)
15
Mounting Type
In-Wall
NEMA Configuration
NEMA 5
Number of Outlets
1
Number of Poles
2
Outlet Configuration
Single
Outlet Location
Wall
Outlet Material
Thermoplastic
Outlet Type
GFCI
Package Quantity
1
Rating
Tamper Resistant
Returnable
180-Day
Voltage
125 volt

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
CSA Listed,UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
2-Year Limited

Questions & Answers

37Questions55Answers

dose the swith turn off the outlet

Asked by rick July 9, 2017
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well does it turn off the receptacle when its in the off position or does give a steady flow

what type wall plate is needed

Asked by tmack April 7, 2018
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standard box plate (basically a rectangle is the opening)

is this a two way switch? Also, would power to plug be cut if the switch is turned off?

Asked by 29MM April 17, 2018
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You can wire the hot for the outlet to be controlled by the switch. The out Let and switch have independent terminals.

does it matter which wire of the two switch leads I connect to my wall light's black and white wires?

Asked by Suzanne July 21, 2016
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No it does not matter. One black wire from the switch will connect to the black wire from the light, while the other will connect to the incoming hot wire. The switch just provides a disconnect on the hot wire.

I connected this with the wires provided. The switch works but the plug in outlet does not work. I have no idea why the outlet won't work. Any advice.

Asked by Jose April 21, 2016
5
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Make sure you are using the correct terminals. Power coming in goes to LINE, Power going out goes to LOAD with switch Inline with Black wire to Light. NOTE: I AM NOT AN ELECTRICIAN

Can this switch be wired in a manner that permits the switch control power to the outlet? If so...

Asked by Uncertain2 January 8, 2017
5
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Yes, it can be. Take one of the switch leads and join it to the hot (black) wire from the box with a wire nut. Take the other switch lead, and wrap it around the brass screw marked "line". The neutral (white) wire from the box goes to the silver screw marked "line", and the ground wire (bare) goes to the green screw.

Is the switch also for low voltage lights such as LED or compact fluorescent?

Asked by Luke October 10, 2016
5
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@AMPappas, Actually according to the NEC section 300.3C, you can have conuctors with different voltages. Quote form actual NEC, see image:

Is the switch gfci protected?

Asked by Dave January 16, 2016
5
Answers

Caution: The Leviton expert's answer is mistaken. The switch is independent of the GFI protection and it is up to the installer to decide whether the switch will by GFI protected or not. The switch circuit CAN BE protected by using the GFI output as the source for the switch but it is not inherently protected.

the switch part is not working while the outlet is...

Asked by moods October 12, 2016
5
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Redo it. Consider the switch wires (back leads) as a SEPARATE & INDEPENDENT switch, not inter-connected to the GFI. Note: Neither lead should be connected to the white. If unsure if the switch is functioning... first test the 2 leads for continuity as you throw the switch on/off.

Can I use this on a 1hp pool pump

Asked by Doggie March 19, 2018
5
Answers

Check your amps on pump

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Updated Wiring Schematics
Leviton must have updated their schematics because the one that came with the outlet is easy to follow and worked perfectly the first time. Im posting a copy of the schematics that should be legible. When the switch is wired according to the directions , whatever the switch is controlling is GFCI protected.
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Easy installation.
Easy installation.
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instructions wrong! use following diagram instead
I installed this like 5 times in a home where the outlet box was wired wring to begin with. After 5 attempts, and the outlet worked, but the light switch not working I read one if the reviews here where they found a different diagram and it worked. I used their diagram and works like a charm. I am reattaching it here. It is completely different from what they include.
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Bad Diagram, Great Product!
I installed this product myself, switch didn't work, double checked my work, and nothing, checked light fixture, no power- I assumed bad toggle switch since everything else worked. I was wrong, after some review checking I had the same problem as other reviewers, the included diagram is incorrect, which explains why my fixture had no power. The diagram is worded correct, not pictured correct. After wiring like one of the other reviewers diagrams shows, it works perfectly. Great Product, horrible diagram.
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Had an electrician try to put this in... toggle switch is bad. I get new one... toggle switch is ...
Had an electrician try to put this in... toggle switch is bad. I get new one... toggle switch is bad again? huh???? Something isn't right. So I research online and find this on the manufacturer's site. Alternative instructions... HA! Actually the correct instructions! With a correct diagram that I included. Stay safe out there.
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Nice GFCI/Switch combination unit
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This GFCI combines the function of a GFCI with a built in switch to install a GFCI in a circuit that has a switch and outlet combination when it is not possible or convenient to add a separate box for a switch. This GFCI has more intelligence then older GFCI models. It includes an automatic self test feature that runs periodically to automatically update an LED status indicator on the front of the GFCI. The front LED status indicator changes from green to red when the GFCI detects a problem. This GFCI also does not reset if it is defective or if the line and load connections are reversed. The automatic self test feature also adapts and tests more often if a problem is detected. The built in switch is completely independent of the GFCI and is wired through two stranded 14 gauge lead wires coming out of the rear of the GFCI. Lead wires are provided for the switch connections because there is no space on the GFCI for additional screw terminals for the switch connections. Wiring this GFCI and switch combination is a tight fit in a shallow depth electrical box (under 2" in depth) because one or more wire nuts is required to connect one or more of the switch leads to a load. Wire nuts are not supplied with the GFCI. The switch lead wires using stranded wire makes it easier to fit the switch wires into a shallow electrical box because stranded wires are a lot more flexible then solid wires. Found that it is not possible to supply one of the switch wires from the output side of the GFCI because the GFCI trips anytime a load is switched on even with only a light fixture connected to the switch for a load. The rear entry wiring simplifies wiring. The rear entry wiring uses a spring compression plate under the side screw terminals to provide a secure electrical connection. This GFCI/switch combination is more expensive then a separate switch and GFCI, but it saves the expense and difficulty of having to add another box for a separate switch. The GFCI has a depth of 1.03" [26.1 mm] from the mounting plate which helps with a shallow depth electrical box.
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Expensive but it works. Got this because the regular version...
Expensive but it works. Got this because the regular version (non-gfci) was out of stock and I needed it today. Overkill is better than nothing. Easy to install.
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