Patrol nightlight

The Patrol Combination Nightlight GFCI by Cooper Wiring Devices uses an LED color temperature for safe GFCI protection and lockout feature if the system is improperly wired or tripped.

01/29/2013


The Patrol Combination Nightlight GFCI by Cooper Wiring Devices uses an LED color temperature for safe GFCI protection and lockout feature if the system is improperly wired or tripped. Courtesy: Cooper Wiring DevicesThe Patrol Combination Nightlight GFCI receptacle by Cooper Wiring Devices is designed for commercial applications. The tamper-resistant solution uses an LED color temperature that offers users a preferred warm incandescent-like glow while providing safe, GFCI protection. The all-in-one Patrol Combination Nightlight GFCI receptacle is a safe alternative. It includes a lockout feature that effectively renders the receptacle 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 new 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. 

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www.cooperwiringdevices.com



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