#1 Home Improvement Retailer

Internet #206804820

Model #R92-AGTR1-0KW

Store SKU #1001708951

15 Amp 125-Volt Duplex Self-Test SmartlockPro Tamper Resistant AFCI/GFCI Dual Function Outlet, White

$32.10
Apply Now
Pay $7.10 after $25 OFF your total qualifying purchase upon opening a new card. info
Apply for a Home Depot Consumer Card
  • Offers protection from electrical fires and shocks in one device
  • Cuts power if a hazardous arc-fault or ground fault is detected
  • Installs in place of standard outlets
Store
0 in stock
Text to Me
caret

Product Details

Today more than ever homes are equipped with important electrical safety devices to help protect people and property. Most prominent are the GFCI Receptacle, which helps protect people from shock or electrocution resulting from ground faults, and the recently introduced AFCI Receptacle to help prevent electrical fires caused by dangerous arcing conditions. Leviton combined these 2 technologies to create the new SmartlockPro Dual Function AFCI/GFCI Receptacle, offering homeowners the assurance of both shock and fire protection in one smart device. The SmartlockPro AFCI/GFCI offers an effective alternative to a DFCI breaker and features the convenience of localized test and reset. It provides clear visual indication of status making it intuitive for users to assess various conditions such as power availability and GFCI self-test status. The device also clearly distinguishes between a trip caused by a ground fault and a trip caused by an arc fault.
  • SmartlockPro dual function AFCI/GFCI receptacle offers a NEC compliant option for GFCI/AFCI protection in residential kitchen and laundry areas for new construction, modifications/extensions and replacement receptacles
  • Device is ideal as a replacement for ungrounded receptacles, satisfying NEC requirements for both AFCI and GFCI protection
  • Test and reset buttons are readily accessible on the face of the device
  • Trip threshold meets or exceeds UL requirements for tripping time on ground faults and on both series and parallel arcs for optimal safety
  • Patented bridge contact design provides individual sets of contacts for receptacle face and downstream receptacles; no power will be delivered to receptacle face if improperly wired (line-load reversed)
  • Improved immunity to high frequency noise reduces nuisance tripping
  • Superior resistance to electrical surges and over-voltages enhancing reliability
  • Status indicator light provides simple, intuitive feedback on power and protection status as well as indication of line/load reversal for at-a-glance analysis
  • 1-piece T-design trip latch mechanism provides efficient operation
  • Test and reset button colors match device face offering pleasing aesthetic
  • Impact-resistant thermoplastic cover and body for durability
  • Expanded wiring options with nine back-wire holes (two for each line and load connection plus one for ground with an internal clamp) for easy installation
  • Silver alloy contacts
  • Compatible with all Decora devices and wall plates for multi-gang installation option; available in select popular colors
  • Packed with coordinating wall plate for a finished look
  • Click here for more information on Electronic Recycling Programs
  • Return Policy
  • California residents

Additional Resources

From the Manufacturer

You will need Adobe® Acrobat® Reader to view PDF documents. Download a free copy from the Adobe Web site.
caret

Specifications

caret

Questions & Answers

41Questions
caret
Q:Can I use this to replace GFCI receptacle
by|Dec 13, 2022
3 Answers
Answer This Question

A:  Yes. It just adds Arc Fault protection. Note that these receptacles will trip if you use high current devices like chop saws.

by|Dec 19, 2022

    A:  Yes, it adds GFCI and AFCI protection

    by|Dec 13, 2022

      A:  Yes it is a dual function. 

      by|Dec 19, 2022
        caret
        Q:Are these safe to use in a dry, unheated space that is attached to a house, kind of like a storage closet? It can get really hot in the summer and really cold in the winter.
        by|Sep 21, 2022
        1 Answer
        Answer This Question

        A:  The devices Operating Temperature is -35C to +66C

        by|Sep 21, 2022
          caret
          Q:Why is this not a NEMA rated outlet and does that mean it's not safe ?
          by|Mar 20, 2022
          3 Answers
          Answer This Question

          A:  Good question, I didn't know the answer to the NEMA question. I've used these on many homes. They work as intended

          by|Mar 25, 2022

            A:  Nema rating is for when you are dealing with weather, liquid, corrosion or chemicals. This is just your basic indoor GFI.

            by|Oct 1, 2022

              A:  This is NEMA 5-15R which means that it's a receptacle that you can plug in a 15A, 125V "normal" plug into. NEMA configuration is a specification for the shape of the plug or receptacle. It has nothing to do with safety. For safety, look for a UL listing.

              by|Sep 21, 2022
                3 found this answer helpful
                caret
                Q:Can this be used on a switched outlet?
                by|Feb 16, 2021
                3 Answers
                Answer This Question

                A:  If you are replacing a switch with the outlet, then no. If you are controlling the outlet with a switch, then yes.

                by|Feb 16, 2021

                  A:  I don’t see why not, but before you do do anything you should check with a licensed electrician to check your existing wiring especially if it’s in an older house.

                  by|May 11, 2022

                  A:  Sure, I don't know why not.

                  by|Feb 27, 2021
                  1 found this answer helpful
                  Showing 1-4 of 41
                  caret

                  Customer Reviews

                  4.5 out of 5
                  (203)
                  • 4.5
                    out of 203 reviews
                  • 92%recommend this product
                  Filter by:
                  Showing 1-10 of 203 reviews
                  Perfect for a retrofit
                  I bought a steel box, plate, 1/2" offset nipple and a bit of tw90 to run into the breaker and keep it fully covered in grounded metal before the afci. Connected to the NM on the load side once it was in. My breaker is old enough to not have gfci/afci breakers available (for less than $500 each), but new enougj that it works pretty well and I can get non-afci breakers just fine. This receptacle went on easy, has clamps for a nice install with stranded, and works great. After installing I found two lights that no longer work and trip it. This is exactly what I wanted this for, as they were a hazard and now I can fix them. Problems with loose neutrals or neutral-ground connections are extremely hard to find on older circuits without this.
                  by
                    • Recommended
                    Cost effective solution for old wiring.
                    The combined functionality is great. I added these to old circuits, that needed both ground fault and arc fault protection -- bringing them up to code. They are less expensive than AFCI/GFI breakers -- especially since standard breakers were already installed in the panel. I mounted them in boxes right next to the main breaker panel. Delivery was fast and convenient. Easy to install. Consider a deep box to make installation easier.
                    by
                      • Recommended
                      Purchased and installed to provide AFCI and GFCI protection for a replacement garbage disposal pe...
                      Purchased and installed to provide AFCI and GFCI protection for a replacement garbage disposal per current NEC requirements. The dual function receptacle worked properly for less than 5 days and then began to trip when the new garbage disposal was turned on. Testing the circuit and disposal with a megohmmeter revealed that the branch circuit, switch, and disposal motor were all fine. The problem was clearly a faulty AFCI/GFCI device. I replaced the dual function receptacle with a duplex outlet and installed a dual function AFCI/GFCI circuit breaker in the panel. I should have put in the Siemens dual function circuit breaker in the first place since it provides protection for the entire circuit not just at the receptacle. However, my local Home Depot (Dacula, GA) did not have any Siemens dual function AFCI/GFCI breakers on the shelf because the electrical aisle was just reset to make room for the new Leviton Load Centers. This is not the first faulty Leviton GFCI or AFCI device that I've purchased from Home Depot, but it will definitely be the last. Based on the history of failures that I've seen from Leviton GFCI devices over the years and the poor history that I've witnessed from the Leviton AFCI devices there is no way that I'll be risking my money or reputation by installing a Leviton Load Center. I might be able to get a refund from Home Depot for the Leviton AFCI/GFCI outlet, but what about my time spent on a warranty? Certainly I can't bill my customer to repair something that they just paid to have repaired less than a week ago. Who's going to pay for licensed contractors to go back to customer's homes and replace faulty AFCI devices? @Leviton where can I send the bill for a one hour troubleshooting and repair service call?
                      by
                      • Verified Purchase
                      11 found this review helpful
                      Great Replacement for Older GFCI that stopped working.
                      Bought this to replace a GFCI that failed in my bathroom. Easy install 4 wires and the ground. I marked my line wires before disconnecting them from the old outlet. Proceeded to wire up, put back in wall. Put new cover on. Once energized and tested everything is good. This is the first outlet in circuit that is where you need to install it. The outlet downstream on the circuit is my porch outlet, now its AFCI protected
                      by
                        • Recommended
                        2 found this review helpful
                        Neccessary item for outlets near water. Used this one on kitchen counter.
                        Neccessary item for outlets near water. Used this one on kitchen counter.
                        by
                        • Verified Purchase
                        • Recommended
                        Saves Money
                        A combination breaker for my panel costs costs about $60. This combination outlet and a stancard breaker cost less than $40. You just need to be sure it is installed properly in the first outlet box from the panel.
                        by
                        • Verified Purchase
                        • Recommended
                        by
                        • Verified Purchase
                        Poor quality, bad right out of the package. Had to...
                        Poor quality, bad right out of the package. Had to return.
                        by
                        • Verified Purchase
                        by
                        • Verified Purchase
                        by
                        • Verified Purchase
                        Showing 1-10 of 203 reviews

                        Frequently Bought Together

                        +
                        +
                        Price:
                        $3210

                        Compare Similar Electrical Outlets & Receptacles

                        current product
                        15 Amp 125-Volt Duplex Self-Test SmartlockPro Tamper Resistant AFCI/GFCI Dual Function Outlet, White
                        Decora Plus 15 Amp Industrial Grade Self Grounding Duplex Surge Outlet with Audible Alarm, White15 Amp Tamper Resistant AFCI Outlet, White (2-Pack)15 Amp 125-Volt Self-Test Tamper Resistant GFCI Outlet, White (4-Pack)
                        BrandLevitonLevitonLevitonLeviton
                        Name15 Amp 125-Volt Duplex Self-Test SmartlockPro Tamper Resistant AFCI/GFCI Dual Function Outlet, WhiteDecora Plus 15 Amp Industrial Grade Self Grounding Duplex Surge Outlet with Audible Alarm, White15 Amp Tamper Resistant AFCI Outlet, White (2-Pack)15 Amp 125-Volt Self-Test Tamper Resistant GFCI Outlet, White (4-Pack)
                        Price
                        $3210
                        $3617
                        $3636
                        $6170
                        Buy 4 or more $52.45
                        Ratings
                        (202)
                        (3)
                        (144)
                        (185)
                        Outlet TypeAFCI,GFCIStandardAFCIGFCI
                        Electrical FeaturesIndicator LightIndicator LightNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional Features
                        Outlet ConfigurationDuplexDuplexDuplexDuplex
                        RatingTamper ResistantGeneral PurposeGeneral PurposeTamper Resistant
                        Number of Outlets2222
                        Indoor/OutdoorIndoorIndoorIndoorIndoor
                        Outlet LocationWallWallWallWall
                        Mounting TypeScrew-InIn-WallIn-WallScrew-In
                        NEMA ConfigurationNon-NemaNEMA 5Non-NemaNon-Nema
                        GroundingSelf-GroundingSelf-GroundingSelf-GroundingSelf-Grounding
                        View ProductView ProductView ProductView Product