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Model #30439005

3 Wire GFCI Outlet Adapter

  • Prevents electrocution in aquariums, dehumidifiers & other items
  • Compact and lightweight housing with a power "on" indicator
  • 25-volt, 15 Amp rated adapter (GFCI safety and OSHA compliant)
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$1100

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Product Overview

Easy to use plug-in GFCI adapter fits any standard (NEMA 5-15R) 3 wire outlet and provides instant GFCI protection. It immediately detects ground fault from damaged cords or exposure to water and shuts off power to avoid electrocution. This plug may be moved from room to room with portable appliances or power tools. It is perfect to keep in your toolbox to bring electrical safety with you wherever you need it.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
2.5
Product Height (in.)
6.0
Product Length (ft.)
0
Product Width (in.)
2.5

Details

Electrical Product Type
Electrical Cords & Cord Management
Maximum Amperage (amps)
15
Product Weight (oz.)
6.0 oz
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

Questions & Answers

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I dont understand why it says 25 volts ? why doesn't it say 110 volts since you plug it in th...

Asked by crazy22 February 13, 2020
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Not sure why but I can verify that is does work on 110 volt outlets. This turns any outlet into a gfci outlet.

do you have 7.00 feet long wire with these

Asked by girish November 5, 2019
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No long wire of ay length required

Can I plug 12 gauge extension cord that is running something at 5 amps through this?

Asked by Cole May 26, 2019
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Yes, I power a 120 volt hot tub through it with no problems.

Can a power surge protector strip be plugged into this?

Asked by Spreview October 21, 2018
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Maybe. A good surge protector will trip your GFCI. Let me explain. A GFCI will trip if the HOT current does not equal the return NEUTRAL current. If the difference is more than 5mA, the GFCI will trip. This means current is leaking somewhere else (like in your body!). That’s why GFCI’s are used in moist places like the bathroom garage, and outside. But a good surge protector has filters in it that divert electrical noise to ground. This “diversion” might be enough to trip the GFCI. Surge protector filters need to divert noise to ground to save your unit (stereo, fridge, etc.) from power surges, lightning strikes, and other equipment’s noise. So I would suggest using a surge protector first and then plug the GFCI into the surge protector. Now you have a very nice filter and safety setup.

We have this plugged into our garage and we have a three way plugged into it and have our sprinkler system and refrigera

Asked by Jt0730 June 14, 2018
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As long as you don't go over 15A and you keep your contacts clean. If it's too hot to touch, you have a contact problem.

Can this be used with my electric power washer to use an extension cord

Asked by Puss May 10, 2018
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Yes, I power a 120 volt hot tub through it.

Will it work correctly for my garbage disposal that has only 2 live wires. So basically can this take the wires place?

Asked by Nikki February 23, 2018
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A ground is not needed--- and it is not used in the actual GFCI unit. All the GFCI does is detect a mismatch of current. For example if 1A is flowing in the HOT there better be 1A flowing in the NEUTRAL. If there is a difference of ~5mA, the GFCI will trip.

I want to plug my aquarium power strip into this adapter . If there is a power outage , in order ...

Asked by moondog January 20, 2018
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No.

Does this take up one plug or two on the wall outlet

Asked by Erick January 17, 2018
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It uses one outlet on a 2 outlet fixture. On a 4 or 6 outlet fixture, it covers the one next to it.

Can this be used with a covered outdoor plug for Christmas decorations?

Asked by Banksy August 12, 2017
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Probably not... it is too large.

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I got one of these units to protect the electrical environment of an aquarium. Imagine my surprise when I turned on the fluorescent lamp above the aquarium and the GFCI tripped! I tried this a few times, with the same result each time. Apparently, something about turning on the light looks like a ground fault to the adapter. If I reset the adapter with the light already switched on, it didn't trip, but I can't be doing that every time I turn the aquarium light on. I ended up plugging the aquarium light directly into the wall, and using the GFCI adapter to protect the other things (filter, air pump, thermostat). So it's still useful -- it just can't be used to protect the aquarium light. Yes, I realize this could really be a complaint about the aquarium light instead of about the GFCI adapter....
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It performed perfectly. I used it on a Pressure washer and had no problems.
It performed perfectly. I used it on a Pressure washer and had no problems.
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Easy to install. Intuitive to use....
Easy to install. Intuitive to use.
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This is exactly the product I was looking for --...
This is exactly the product I was looking for -- something that would transform a regular outlet into a GFCI outlet.
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Only used twice and no problems. Power light works and test light works. It should work to prev...
Only used twice and no problems. Power light works and test light works. It should work to prevent an electrical shock.
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Great for garage door opener...
Great for garage door opener
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I have used this product befor. I think you...
I have used this product befor. I think you should stock it in your stores.
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According to an engineer friend it really works to ground...
According to an engineer friend it really works to ground an appliance and it saves a lot of money.
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