Cuts off power in a fraction of a second if a ground-fault is detected
Status Indicator Lights for at-a-glance protection status
Slimmest profile on the market for fast and easy installation, even in shallow wallboxes
Prevents reset if GFCI is damaged and cannot respond to a ground-fault
Adapts and shifts to more frequent testing if potential problem is detected
Superior resistance to electrical surges, over-voltages and false triggers
Trip threshold meets or exceeds UL requirements for tripping time
Back and side wire capable
Provides visual indication of proper wire seating
Withstands high torque and resists wire pullout
Standard brass self-grounding clip included
Compatible with all Leviton Decora devices and wallplates; available in select Decora colors
Limited Two-Year Warranty
A: Some are this one is made in China the model GFNT1-FW is made in Mexico
A: Hello, Our GFCI comes in the tripped state, if you get a green light before resetting the gfci after install, this indicates the line and load wires are reversed. Move wires from bottom brass screw to top brass screw and wires from bottom silver screw to top silver screw and vice versa top to bottom. Then after power is restored you should get no light until unit is reset, then device will be operational.
A: Does “nothing works” mean the outlet trips? If so you either wired it wrong or need to call an electrician. If not, I’ve noticed that sometimes the receptacle can be tough to plug into so that the plug is actually touching the conductive plates inside
A: If you haven’t already, trip the breaker and re-set it. Make sure you haven’t swapped the line and load wiresets or reversed the hot and neutral wires. And then, of course, you could have a defective product!
A: Plug a surge protector I to it? Yes that's fine
A: You can the surge protector is for feed coming in. The GFI protect you from getting shocked
A: You need to check the wire gauge and distance of the run to determine voltage drop. Once you have that information you can determine if you have a proper 20 amp circuit.
A: You need 12 gauge wire for 20 amp. the wire is marked.
A: A 20 amp circuit requires 12 ga wire. The receptacle itself will not provide more power unless the feed is on a 20 amp circuit.
A: 20 Amp requires 12 GA cable.... 12/2 with ground. Unlike automobile DC 12 volt where black is ground and red is 12 volt, with house wiring 120 volt AC black is hot, white is neutral, and bare wire is ground. Black is smaller slot, white is longer slot, and ground is the round hole. It should be on a breaker that is labeled 20 amp. 15 Amp requires 14/2 w/ground.
|Name||20 Amp Self-Test SmartlockPro Slim Duplex GFCI Outlet, White||20 Amp Self-Test SmartlockPro Slim Duplex GFCI Outlet, Light Almond||15 Amp 125-Volt Self-Test Tamper Resistant GFCI Outlet, White||20 Amp 125-Volt Duplex Self-Test Tamper Resistant/Weather Resistant GFCI Outlet, White|
|Electrical Features||No Additional Features||No Additional Features||No Additional Features||No Additional Features|
|Rating||General Purpose||General Purpose||Tamper Resistant||Tamper Resistant,Weather Resistant|
|Number of Outlets||2||2||2||2|
|NEMA Configuration||Non-Nema||NEMA 5||Non-Nema||NEMA 5|
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