NEC 2017-2020 COMPLIANT GFCI PRODUCTS
Safeguard Personnel, Equipment, and Electrical Circuits From Ground Fault Leakage In Accordance With Updated NEC Code Requirements
UL Approved and NEC 2017-2020 Compliant
North Shore Safety’s line of NEC Compliant GFCI Products abates the effects that a ground fault may have on your integrated equipment while also providing shock protection for humans.
- Voltages - 208 Vac, 480 Vac
- Single and three-phase
- NEMA 4X (Wet Location Rated) Enclosure
- Custom options available (contact North Shore Safety)
|GFCI||SPGFCI||Custom Options Available|
|Voltage||208 Vac||480 Vac||208, 480 Vac|
|Current||15, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60 amp||20, 30, 40, 50, 60 amp||30, 40, 50 60 amp|
|Fault Detection Level||5mA +/-1mA||17.5mA +/-2.5mA with GMI||Varies|
|Agency Approval||UL 943 (Class A)||UL 943 (Class C)||UL 943 (Class A & C)|
|Enclosure||NEMA 4X (Wet Location Rated)||NEMA 4X (Wet Location Rated)||NEMA 4X (Wet Location Rated)|
The NEC 2017-2020 Code
The 2020 National Electrical Code article 210.8(B) requires Class-A GFCI protection (5mA protection of personnel) in “other than dwelling units” such as commercial kitchens. This requirement is for all single-phase receptacles rated at 150 volts to ground or less, 50 amperes or less, and 3-phase receptacles rated 150 volts to ground or less, 100 amperes or less.
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