Portable GFCI - Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters

A ground-fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) is the only protection device designed to protect people against electric shock from an electrical system. We offer a broad selection of portable ground circuit interrupters. 

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Single Portable GFCI Adapter

Single Portable GFCI Adapter

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ITEM: 89002

As low as $36.02
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Right Angle GFCI Plug

Right Angle GFCI Plug

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ITEM: 89003

As low as $55.33
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5 Outlet GFCI Shock Buster

5 Outlet GFCI Shock Buster

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ITEM: 89009

As low as $55.82
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In-Line Tri-Tap Portable GFCI

In-Line Tri-Tap Portable GFCI

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ITEM: 89006

As low as $74.07
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Right Angle Tri-Tap Portable GFCI

Right Angle Tri-Tap Portable GFCI

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ITEM: 89000

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4-Outlet GFCI Power Pack

4-Outlet GFCI Power Pack

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ITEM: 89008

As low as $127.40
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A GFCI integrates a ground fault protection in receptacles where electrical equipment is near water or might be in contact with water.

Ground fault circuit interrupter also detects ground faults and interrupts the flow of electric current. A GFCI is not and might not be used to replace a fuse and does NOT protect against circuit overloads, short circuits, or shocks

The GFCI measures the amount of current flowing from hot to neutral, so the circuit can trip and shuts off. When properly installed, a GFCI can detect variations as small as 4 milliamps, and it trips quickly, less than a second, cutting off electricity.