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Webber In-Line GFCI Manual Reset (WBGF10)

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Webber In-Line GFCI Manual Reset (WBGF10)

Brand: Webber Electronics           P\N: WBGF10          

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Description


Webber Electronics in-line GFCI 20amp 120vac user attachable manual reset. comes with easy installation instructions, and hardware kit.

Features


  • Auto Reset

  • Includes 2 Wire Grommets that fit 14AWG SJTW Wire Type

  • In-Line Style - Can Be added to existing installations, or as a replacement part

  • Rated Voltage: 120VAC (+ 10% -15%)

  • Rated Current: 20AMP

  • Operating Frequency: 60Hz

  • Ground Fault Trip Current: 4 – 6mA

  • Weather Resistance: Rainproof



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