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Leviton's Decora duplex receptacles are designed for a chic appearance, quick installation and durability. The impact-resistant thermoplastic design allows for a long service life and high performance in homes, offices, schools and other settings. It also coordinates beautifully with Leviton's complete line of Decora devices.
Peace of mind, all the time. The SmartlockPro Self-Test GFCI tests itself even if you forget. Designed to meet the latest UL standard for auto-monitoring (self-test) our complete line of self-test GFCIs periodically conduct an automatic internal test to confirm that it can respond to a ground fault. With the slimmest profile on the market, the device allows for fast and easy installation, while Leviton's patented reset lockout mechanism prevents reset of the GFCI if it is not wired or operating correctly. The SmartlockPro Self-Test GFCI is the smart choice in ground fault circuit interrupter protection.
Leviton's Tamper Resistant Duplex Receptacles are permanent and reliable. They are designed to help protect children from the hazards of inserting foreign objects into electrical receptacles. A shutter mechanism inside the device blocks access to the contacts unless a two-prong plug is inserted, helping ensure foreign objects will be locked out. Tamper Resistant receptacles are required by Canadian Electrical Code in new and renovated residential construction.
The SmartlockPro Outlet Branch Circuit (OBC) AFCI Receptacle offers advanced technology to help protect against electrical fires resulting from arc-faults. Designed to detect a wide range of potentially hazardous arc-faults resulting from damage in branch circuit wiring as well as extensions to branches such as appliances and cord sets, the OBC AFCI responds by interrupting power. This helps reduce the likelihood of the homes electrical system being an ignition source of a fire. Often unseen, arc-faults can occur anywhere in the homes electrical system including within walls, at loose electrical connections or within electrical cords accidently damaged by impinging furniture. AFCIs are now required by the National Electrical Code in many areas of the home.