Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter
Credit: 2 PDH
Course Fee: $24.00
A ground fault circuit interrupter, called a GFCI or GFI, is an inexpensive electrical device that can either be installed in your electrical system or built into a power cord to protect you from severe electrical shocks.
Importance of using a ground fault circuit interrupter, called a GFCI. GFCIs have played a key role in reducing electrocutions. Great role in everyday safety.
U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission
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