Wiring GFCI Receptacles with a Protected Outlet. This gfci wiring provides protection to a duplex receptacle outlet at the end of the series. By connecting the load terminals on the last gfci, the
wall outlet at the end is protected and can be used just as if it were one of the gfci receptacles. A GFCI (ground fault circuit interrupter) is a special type of outlet that detects dangerous ground faults and immediately turns off the power to stop shocks. You can replace almost any electrical outlet with a GFCI … GFI Wiring Diagram using the Feed Through Method. The GFCI Receptacle will have LINE and LOAD areas to attach your wires to. The "LINE" is the set of wires coming from the panel or power source, the "LOAD" is the wire set leaving the receptacle box to the other downstream receptacles to be controlled by the GFCI. If installing a GFCI on an ungrounded circuit, refer to the manufacturer's instructions. Place the red probe to each black wire until the tester
lights up. This is the black wire that will connect to the Line brass screw … How to Wire a GFCI Circuit Breaker. Turn off the main breaker in the service panel and remove the panel cover. Check the circuits with your voltage tester to make sure that they are not hot. Pull out the old breaker and disconnect the wires. Verify that the GFCI breaker matches the circuit wiring. Use a 15-amp breaker with 14-gauge wire and a 20-amp breaker with 12-gauge wire. Author: Timothy Thiele Author: Nathan Chandler The Eaton 9566TRSWS Aspire 15 Amp 125-Volt GFCI The Eaton
9566TRSWS Aspire 15 Amp 125-Volt GFCI TR Duplex Receptacle with Self-Test comes in a white satin color. In commercial and industrial areas like public bathrooms break rooms and food service areas the NEC requires GFCI receptacles. Author: Timothy Thiele Number of bids and bid amounts may be slightly out of date.