GFCI Duplex Outlet Receptacle, Tamper Resistant 15-Amp/125-Volt, Self-Test Function with LED Indicator, UL Listed, cUL Listed, Wall Plate and Screws Included
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- Tamper Resistant - Security mechanism that prevents foreign objects from being inserted into the outlet, making it much safer for children
- Easy To Install - These GFCI wall outlet receptacles are both back and side wired so it can be installed easily and efficiently
- All Components Included - White Wall Plates and matching screws, ready for installment upon receiving
- Electrical Rating - 15-Amp/125-Volt, cUL Listed and UL Listed
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Consumers no longer have to worry about the potential dangers of receptacle malfunction around their home.
Our GFCI Wall Outlets perform an automatic, reoccurring test of the GFCI's performance, giving users the peace of mind that the electrocution and shortage prevention feature is functioning up to par.
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Package Dimensions : 4.9 x 2.9 x 1.8 inches; 5.61 Ounces
- Date First Available : January 18, 2019
- Manufacturer : EverElectrix Dependable Direct
- ASIN : B07LB6NFFZ
- Best Sellers Rank: #33,801 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement)
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Regarding reported problems getting the wires on the screws, those are because the wires are not supposed to go on the screws. The proper way to use this outlet is to loosen the screws first, but not so far that they come out. There are holes in the back to insert the stripped wire(s) and when the wire(s) are inserted, you tighten the screws which clamp the wires tightly. To remove a wire you just loosen the screw and remove the wire. This is not the same as the spring that holds the wires in older socket designs. It is much more reliable and easier to use than having to wrap the wire around the screw.
One thing that all GFCI outlets have in common and can cause installation problems is that there are Line (input) and Load (output) terminals. If the incoming power is connected to the Load terminals then the outlet will not work and the unit will appear defective when it is not. The Load (output) terminals are there to connect to other outlets which will then all be protected against ground faults. If you only have one set of incoming power wires then be sure to connect it to the LIne terminals as marked on the back.
I had no problems with the tamper-resistant feature when using the outlets. I could do without the self-test feature and the blink of the red LED when it tests but since mine is in the garage it isn't an issue. If it were in a more prominent location that could be annoying.
Overall, a good product at an excellent price.
It takes quite the effort to plug something into the lower power outlet with the tamper resistance feature. Otherwise, it looks good and the cost was very good. Included instructions were very clear and straight forward.
UPDATE: After a considerable push effort to enter a plug into the bottom outlet, and I heard what amounts to a cracking sound, the lower outlet is now much easier to receive a plug from an electrical appliance.
1. It was miserable trying to wrap the wire around the screws -there just isn't enough room.
2. The plug sockets have some sort of child safety -when you insert the plug, there is a LOT of resistance to push it in. It is better over time, but still a nuisance. You push, then CLICK some piece of plastic moves away, and the plug is in.
3. There is a blinking LED that blinks I think maybe once a minute or so -check out the other reviews, they say something similar. My outlet is located in a place where I don't really care about, but this is fairly bright and you will notice it, and it might annoy you at night.
So 8 of 10 were usable. I wasn't a fan of their screw clamp system. It seemed fickle and harder to catch the wire than any other outlet I've installed. (I've only done one house worth). But it worked.
One thing I don't like and didn't expect was a test light that flashes every few minutes. It's a bit annoying but for the cost savings, worth it.
Also, they're child proof, so you have to put the prongs directly in. Takes a bit more force/effort than normal child proofed outlets but maybe they'll loosen up over time.