- Fits most indoor and outdoor receptacles
- Provides protection for 2 and 3 wire grounded aplicances and tools
- Portable GFCI
- Highly visible for added safety
- Impact resistant
- Automatic Reset Feature - this device automatically energizes for use upon being plugged in and after loss of primary power
- Allows compliance 305-6, "Temporary Wiring" and meets OSHA Standards for contruction site usage
- Class A GFCI, 4-6mA TRip Level
- Open neutral protection
- Grounded neutral protection
- Operating temperature range" -35C to +66C
- NEMA 5-15 P & R
- 12/3 AWG SJTW cord, 18in length
- Rating 125V AC, 60Hz, 15A, 1875W
- Surge suppression: 13 Joules
- Insulation voltage: 1500V RMS, 1min
- Rainproof rated
- UL listed, CSA approved
- U.S. Pat. No 5757598 and other U.S. and foreign patents pending
Tower Manufacturing Corporation was established in 1957 in Providence, Rhode Island, USA. In the past 47 years of its history, it has grown steadily into a world class international company. The company is headquartered in the USA, with manufacturing in Shenzhen China and Providence, Rhode Island with sales and purchasing offices in USA, Hong Kong and Taiwan. Our purchasing offices source globally the best quality components at the most competitive prices.
Tower Inline GFCI Cord Set with Single Connector (18 inch)
get the single
Posted: 5/20/2009 from JAMESPORT, NY UNITED STATES
i love this idea but the single without the cord as it is safer as there is a warning on this and the 3 cord as it has lead in the cord.
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Posted: 12/5/2008 from KANAB, UT UNITED STATES
This is a great & portable GFCI
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Posted: 8/18/2008 from DENVER, CO UNITED STATES
I have had this installed for only a week and it has already saved my equipment. I kicked off after a short with my Metal Halide ballast saving it.
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Posted: 8/17/2007 from SIGNAL HILL, CA UNITED STATES
This is a great product and a must have for outlets that are not currently GFCI. Just plug it into the wall and presto, you have a GFCI outlet.
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