Combination nightlight

Cooper Wiring Devices’ Patrol Combination Nightlight GFCI receptacle is designed for residential and commercial applications.

10/01/2012


Cooper Wiring Devices’ Patrol Combination Nightlight GFCI receptacle is designed for residential and commercial applications. Courtesy: Cooper Wiring DevicesCooper Wiring Devices’ Patrol Combination Nightlight GFCI receptacle is designed for residential and commercial applications. The all-in-one receptacle includes a lockout feature that effectively renders it inoperable if improperly wired or tripped and provides ultimate safety by denying power and preventing resetting if no longer providing GFCI protection. In addition to several safety features, the Patrol Combination Nightlight GFCI includes a light sensor that automatically turns the nightlight on or off depending on light levels. For added safety, the device includes tamper-resistant shutters for code compliance to 2011 NEC Article 406.12. The Patrol Combination Nightlight GFCI is ideal for both residential and commercial applications and is C-UL-US listed.

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