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Line Cord GFCI, 15A, 120VAC, 1.5 ft, Yellow

HUBBELL WIRING DEVICE-KELLEMS

Price: $119.80 / each

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  • Item # 4CT53
  • Mfr. Model # GFP4C15M
  • UNSPSC # 26121636
  • Catalog Page # 503
  • Shipping Weight 1.0 lbs.
Country of Origin South KoreaCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemLine Cord GFCI
  • Amps15
  • Voltage Rating120VAC
  • Number of Poles2
  • Number of Wires3
  • Cord Length1.5 ft.
  • NEMA Plug Configuration5-15P
  • NEMA Receptacle Configuration5-15R
  • HP1/2
  • ColorYellow
  • Enclosure RatingWatertight
  • MaterialPVC
  • Reset TypeManual
  • StandardsUL, Group 1, CSA
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Will this work onboard ships and boats?

In land-based applications, these units compare the current going out on the hot wire with the current returning on the neutral. Should an earthing condition ocur, the current returning on the white wire will be less and the breaker will trip. Shipboard wiring has no neutral but half voltage going out on the white and half voltage going out on the black with a hull return. Will this work onboard marine vessels and if so, could you explain why?
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