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Trip code diagnostics
Increased safety
Easy installation
Plug-on neutral design

What is an AFCI?

How to reset and identify trip codes.

Arc fault technology

Eaton's arc fault technology has been proven through arc fault breakers and has gone through several iterations to reduce unwanted nuisance tripping due to interference from devices or appliances. Arc fault circuit interrupters have been established as a stable technology which can be used in conjunction with various loads through the home in both AFCI breakers and AFCI receptacles.

Core features

Reducing the risk of home fires

Arcing faults are responsible for starting more than 28,000 home fires and causing over $700 million in property damage each year in the United States. Eaton's arc fault circuit interrupters (AFCIs) can detect these arcs behind the walls and quickly turn off power before an arc causes a potential fire.

Reducing the risk of shock

Eaton's ground fault current interrupters (GFCIs) provide superior safety where electricity may come into contact with water. GFCIs are required in any application near water such as kitchen countertops, bathrooms, swimming pools, hot tubs, and outdoor receptacles. They immediately break the circuit when electrical current leakage is detected, reducing the risk of shock and electrocution.

Dual purpose circuit protection

Eaton’s arc fault/ground ground (AF/GF) circuit interrupters were developed in response to the 2014 National Electrical Code that now requires AFCI protection in kitchens and laundry areas as well as the historical requirement of ground fault protection. The AF/GF circuit interrupter provides quick installation and a single location to easily access and identify tripped circuits.