A circuit within an outlet, to protect against potential electrical shock in wet areas
A safety device that interrupts surges of electricity in appliances and other electrical components found in a home.
A sensitive safety device used on circuits where there is a high risk of electrical shock due to the presence of water.
A device that detects abnormal current patterns and shuts off power. GFI's are always required on outdoor circuits.
A safety device that disconnects power from a circuit when a potentially dangerous electrical condition exists. A GFI protects people while fuses or circuit breakers protect equipment.