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AFCI Outlets Leviton 20A Tamper Resistant AFTR2

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Install AFCI outlets by Leviton to help protect your home against electrical fires from arcing in wiring and receptacles. 20A Tamper-Resistant Arc Fault Outlets are specifically designed to identify dangerous arc-faults to reduce the risk of electrical fires.

Arc-faults can occur within walls, within damaged appliance cords or extension cords, or at loose electrical connections. Cords can become damaged when pinched by furniture or pulled from from sockets incorrectly. This may result in electricity arcing across damaged wires and lead to fires in homes or apartments.


  • 20 amp, 125 volt
  • AFCI receptacle
  • tamper-resistant for child safety compliance in residences and child-care facilities - TR shutter works to prevent access unless 2-prong plug inserted
  • outlet automatically tests arc fault circuit interrupter (AFCI) when the RESET button is pressed; receptacle will not reset if AFCI circuit isn't functioning properly
  • meets or exceeds UL requirements for tripping time for series & parallel arcs
  • back & side wired
  • install this item to meet NEC requirements for AFCI protection in new circuits, modifications, or replacement receptacles
  • terminal ID: brass (hot) / green (ground) / silver (neutral)
  • line-load reversal diagnostic feature prevents AFCI from being reset and stops power from the AFCI receptacle face or downstream devices
  • green LED indicator illuminates to alert the installer to a line-load wiring reversal when the AFTR2 device is in the tripped state 
  • fits decora / GFCI wall plates
  • made in China 

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