A Static Favorites List is created by adding items to your list from Search and/or Browse results, product detail pages, and previous orders and invoices. You can also upload your list using the Excel template provided on the "Favorites List Management" page.
A Dynamic Favorites List is automatically created from your purchase history based on the timeframe, ship-to name, and product categories you want included. This list updates each time you open it based on the criteria selected.
Testing a GFCI is a good way to verify that it is providing protection. While all GFCIs should be tested monthly, users often forget to conduct this test on a regular basis. Now there is a technology available that can supplement the manual testing and regularly conduct an automatic test of the circuit. In June of 2015 there was a revision to the UL (Underwriters Laboratory) standard 943 for Ground-Fault Circuit-Interrupters that improves safety for the end-user by requiring GFCI manufacturers to integrate an auto-monitoring (self-test) feature that performs a periodic test to confirm that the GFCI can respond to a ground-fault and, if not, it must visually and/or audibly indicate to the user that it needs to be replaced.
For an added layer of protection, the GFCI regularly conducts an automatic internal test to confirm that it can respond to a ground fault
Provides continuous ground fault protection - detects and trips on actual ground fault even when self-test is being conducted
Status indicator light provides simple, intuitive feedback on power and protection status as well as indication of line/load reversal
Patented lockout action prevents reset if GFCI is damaged and cannot respond to a ground fault