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20 Amp Self-Test SmartlockPro Slim GFCI Duplex Outlet, White (3-Pack)

  • 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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Includes 3 units ($10.90 /unit)
$32.70 /package

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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 GFCI’s 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.
  • 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
  • UL Federal Specification WC-596 rated

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Ratings
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Indoor/OutdoorIndoorIndoorIndoorIndoor
Outlet TypeStandardGFCIStandardGFCI
Outlet ConfigurationDuplexDuplexDuplexDuplex
Mounting TypeIn-WallIn-WallIn-WallIn-Wall
Outlet LocationWallWallWallWall
Number of Outlets2222
Electrical FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional Features
GroundingSelf-GroundingUngroundedUngroundedUngrounded
Outlet MaterialThermoplasticThermoplasticThermoplasticNylon
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Specifications

Dimensions

Outlet Depth (in.)
1.6563
Outlet Height (in.)
4.625
Outlet Width (in.)
5.375

Details

Color Family
White
Color/Finish
White
Electrical Features
No Additional Features
Electrical Product Type
Outlet
Grounding
Ungrounded
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor
Maximum Amperage (amps)
20
Mounting Type
In-Wall
NEMA Configuration
NEMA 5
Number of Outlets
2
Number of Poles
2
Outlet Configuration
Duplex
Outlet Location
Wall
Outlet Material
Thermoplastic
Outlet Type
GFCI
Package Quantity
3
Rating
General Purpose
Returnable
180-Day
Voltage
125 volt
Wired or Wireless
Wired

Warranty / Certifications

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

Questions & Answers

37Questions54Answers

Will a bad gfci outlet in garage cause the breaker to trip

Asked by KC August 1, 2020
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Hi KC, "Assuming the GFCI is the real problem," yes, it could trip the breaker. However, normally that is NOT the case and may indicate a WEAK breaker. I would test the GFCI to see if it is really the problem. I have found it best to first, disconnect (unplug) all other devices and appliances that reside on the GFCI circuit. Then, reset the "breaker" - Off, then On, TWICE! That should eliminate a breaker "Phantom Electrical Disconnect." Next, reset the GFCI itself by pressing the RED & BLACK buttons in and out at least TWICE! That should eliminate a "Phantom Electrical Disconnect" on the GFCI. Take one device/appliance that is usually plugged into the GFCI circuit and test it on a different circuit to assure that it is working properly. If it is good, then TEST the GFCI to see if power is getting to the circuit it protects by plugging in the same single device/appliance you just checked, and know to be good... did the device/appliance turn on and function without tripping either the breaker or GFCI? If yes, then you know 3 things; 1.the breaker is working, 2.the GFCI is working, and 3. THAT SPECIFIC device/appliance is not causing the GFCI to trip the breaker. At that point I would TEST (in the same way) the other devices/appliances that usually reside on that circuit. One of them will most likely trip the breaker and/or GFCI because it is faulty and causing the problem. If instead, the breaker and/or the GFCI tripped, or the appliance did not turn on during the above initial TEST, it would indicate the breaker and/or the GFCI is/are bad. NOTE: ONLY the GFCI should normally be tripping, NOT the breaker, too! If both are tripping, then the breaker may have become WEAK over time and needs to be replaced. If that is true, I would change both the breaker and the GFCI to save further testing time and to have peace of mind going forward. Some, or none, of the above may be helpful. In any case, Best of Luck KC in finding and fixing the problem. Pyndragun

Can I just have one GFCI outlet and down stream without GFCI protection

Asked by John April 16, 2020
10
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Outlets "down stream" of the GFCI outlet will be protected. However, if the GFCI outlet wears out (eventually they do) the other outlets connected will no longer function.

Can this device be used with aluminum wire?

Asked by henry April 15, 2020
10
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yes

Installed replacemrent gfci outlet in garage. When i try to operate either garage overhead door, gfci immediately trips. Door openers are Genie brand

Asked by Barry September 23, 2019
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This Leviton GFCI will self-test ensuring that the outlet can detect a ground fault. I like the addition of a status indicator light that visibly shows whether the GFCI is functioning properly. It is also not as deep as in the past Leviton GFCIs and gives you more room in the work box for wire and nuts.

The instructions for installing this receptacle, titled 'Installing and Testing a GFCI Receptacle...

Asked by Confused July 25, 2019
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I'm confused here also. Instructions for grounding wire. Ground wire doesn't go to line or load. Ground has it's own screw for grounding both line and load and located on the same side as neutrals. If the box your placing this GFCI in has more than one ground wire, you'll need to cut a short piece of bare or green wire and attach it to the GFCI ground screw. Then using a wire connector, connect all ground wires together. The set of wires that are hot will be connected to line while any additional wires connect to the load side. If the hot wires are connected to load, then the GFCI will not work correctly.

Is a bathroom with its sink, toilet, and shower/bathtub considered to be a 'wet or damp' location...

Asked by Confused July 25, 2019
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Yes, Anywhere where water could be dripped or splashed upon any appliance that is connected to the outlet.

The sticker on the bottom of the receptacle I purchased lists 20 A, whereas stamped into the ivor...

Asked by Confused July 25, 2019
2
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No, that is not correct. As long as the configuration is NEMA 5-20R it is a 20 amp receptacle.

This question is for Leviton or any pro. I am installing a new circuit in my unfinished basement,...

Asked by Frank July 18, 2019
5
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Nothing wrong with this at all. But why spend the extra money on a 20amp outlet if you don’t plan on plugging anything in that requires a 20amp receptacle.

Electric panel has 20 amp breaker . Should new Gfci receptacle be 20 or 15 amp?

Asked by Hacker February 25, 2019
5
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Get a 20 amp to match the breaker.

Will GFCI outlet shut down due to outside line surge. If so, are there GFCE that auto recycle wi...

Asked by JR February 25, 2019
10
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Yes that is a great question. I had the same one, I tried a floor 15amp GFCI with a weak 2.5 amp aquarium pump which tripped it. = dead fish. They seem to trip too easy and for a tank pump or sump pump = fail. I'm looing for on that won't trip so easily do they make one?

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I saw a Youtube video on how to add some circuit protection to your old house without a ground wire, by using GFCI outlets. They recommended the slim ones so they will fit more easily in the old outlet boxes. I have put 12 of these (both 15 amp and 20 amp) in my house to protect the items down line on the circuit in the event of a voltage surge. These slim models work very well when installed correctly and have not given me any issues so far (about 3 months in).
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This is my favorite STYLE of GFCI's!!! I really...
This is my favorite STYLE of GFCI's!!! I really HATE the "Tamper Resistant" ones!!! WATCH YOUR KIDS don't cost the rest of the world to pay the price for POOR Parenting!!
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You can always trust Leviton. I am remodeling my 40 year old kitchen and code requires GFCI outle...
You can always trust Leviton. I am remodeling my 40 year old kitchen and code requires GFCI outlets. These 20 amp slim design outlets are self testing, well built and take up to 25% less space than other GFCIs. They easily and securely handle my 10 gauge wire. The modern style will look great in my updated kitchen.
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I added an outlet in my crawlspace that I wired into a light switch. I plugged a string of lights...
I added an outlet in my crawlspace that I wired into a light switch. I plugged a string of lights to it and now I have light! I chose this outlet because it's protected with a GFCI and it's rated at 20 amps, allows for any power tools I may need to use down there. Looks good, works as designed.
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Buyer Beware! missing EZ connect holes
New generation of made in China GFCI power plugs are missing EZ connect holes typically found in made in USA. This requires difficult J hooking wire around screws.
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Response from levitonProductExpertJanuary 16, 2020
Leviton regrets your dissatisfaction and values your review. This GFCI outlet features external clamp terminals which allow the insertion of a conductor beneath the clamp prior to securing the terminal screw for each conductor. GFCI outlets do not feature the “EZ connect holes” you cited in your review. (As a point of information, 20 amp outlets have not used “EZ connect holes” in more than twenty years per UL standards.)

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Replaces a similar which couldn't be reset. It is installed outdoors (with others). Even though...
Replaces a similar which couldn't be reset. It is installed outdoors (with others). Even though it's described as slim, I had a hard time fitting it back into the box the former one came out of. I did wire through the back instead of wrapping around the screw terminals thinking it would occupy less space. I do appreciate that the new GFI shows a green LED when it is on - in my application it is hard to see the buttons even on my hands and knees.
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I like the specs because they said it was weather resistant and it was easy to install. It is wor...
I like the specs because they said it was weather resistant and it was easy to install. It is working well.
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Easy to install. Colored buttons makes it easy to reset. Basically dumb proof.
Easy to install. Colored buttons makes it easy to reset. Basically dumb proof.
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This is the first time that I've used one of the self-test GFCI's. I always preferred the tradit...
This is the first time that I've used one of the self-test GFCI's. I always preferred the traditional red and black button test setup. However, I like this. Additionally, after hooking it up and switching the breaker back on, the switch is already on- That is, you don't have to push a test button to activate it, so there's no "fear" of what is going to happen when you push the reset button. Notice the cutout line in the outlet that goes to the left. This indicates that it is a 20 amp instead of a 15 amp, so it is easy to visually tell what size GFCI you have.
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I would never use any thing LESS
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