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Cooper Wiring Devices Patrol Combination Nightlight GFCI
Cooper Wiring Devices says its latest receptacle product can be used for residential and commercial properties to provide light and GFCI protection.

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Cooper Wiring Devices says that with the addition of its Patrol Combination Night Light GFCI, property owners have a choice of protective and multipurpose products to serve their needs.
January 07, 2013 By CI Staff

The Ga.-based company Cooper Wiring Devices manufactures a variety of electrical products for consumer and commercial applications, and many of those products are also applicable to both markets.

The Skinny: The company’s latest product, the Patrol Combination Nightlight GFCI adds to its many multi-market solutions by providing property owners with a product that can do a number of things in residences and commercial properties.

The Specs: Cooper says the Patrol Combination Nightlight GFCI is a safe alternative to other products on the market through features like a lockout feature that renders the outlet unusable if it is improperly wired or tripped. The company says the receptacle which bundles GFCI and LED nightlight features that activate through a light sensor that automatically turns the nightlight on or off depending on the light levels in the room complies with the 2011 NEC Article 406.12.

Solutions: The Patrol Combination Nightlight GFCI can be installed in commercial and residential properties to provide ground fault protection and energy saving nightlight features.

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