GFCI 15Amp Receptacle - Tamper Resistant

Tamper Resistant

A GFCI receptacle is different from conventional receptacles. In the event of a ground fault, a GFCI will trip and quickly stop the flow of electricity to prevent serious injury. The installation should be performed by a licensed electrician.


  • White Finish
  • 15Amp - 120V AC
  • Tamper Resistant
  • UL 943 New Standard - Compliant
  • Auto-Monitoring or Self-Test Function
  • Reverse Line-Load Misfire Function - Repeated
  • Detecting Ground Fault and Interrupting Circuit
  • Specification Sheet
  • Installation Instructions


  • Corrosion Resistance
  • Ground Circuit
  • Passed Drop and Impact Test
  • Safelock function, the reset button will not engage if protection has been compromised
  • When miswired, GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) outlets have no power, so it is more safe than conventional receptacle
  • If miswired or if GFCI protection is damaged, GFCI can’t be reset
  • Easier installation


Auto-Monitoring or Self-Test Function - This Function allows for periodic, automatic testing of the ability of the GFCI to respond to a ground fault. If the Self-Test Function detects a problem, the GFCI must deny power or provide visual and/or audible indication.

Reverse Line-Load Misfire Function - Repeated - If the line cable is wired to the load terminals of a receptacle GFCI, power to the receptacle face will be denied. This requirement applies to the initial installation and any subsequent re-installation.