GFCI Cord Set
Compliance
25 ft Yellow 12/3 AWG 15A 125V 3 Outlet Power Phase® Inline GFCI Cord Set
Fastenal Part No. (SKU)
0749699
UNSPSC
Manufacturer
This is a Catalog Item
Wholesale: $155.38 / each
Online Price: $116.54 / each
Product Attributes
Amps 15
Application Industrial, Construction
Color Yellow
Contact Material Copper
Cord Type SJTW
Length 25 ft
Material Polycarbonate
Number of Outlets 3
Number of Poles 2
Specification UL, CUL
Style Inline
Type GFCI Cord Set
Voltage 125
Wire Material Copper
Wire Size 12/3 AWG
Product Weight 4.7
UOM each
Catalog Page BBV11, Page 10-86

Power Phase portable GFCI cord sets are OSHA compliant for use during industrial maintenance and on construction sites. Models are highly visible safety yellow with rugged 12/3 gauge cord.
What is a GFCI?
An explanation as stated in OSHA 3007
"Ground Fault Protection On Construction Sites"

A GFCI is a fast-acting circuit breaker that senses small imbalances in the circuit caused by current leakage to the ground, and in a fraction of a second (25 milliseconds), shuts off the electricity. The GFCI continually matches the amount of current going to the electrical device (from the line side), against the amount of returning current from the device along the electrical (load side) path. Whenever the amount of current "going" differs from the amount of current "returning" by approximately 5 milliamps, the GFCI interrupts the electric power within as little as 1/40 of a second. The GFCI, however, does not protect people from line-to-line contact hazards - such as a worker holding the two "hot" wires or a "hot" and "neutral" wire in each hand. The GFCI protects against the most common form of electrical shock hazard - ground fault, it also protects against fires, overheating and destruction of insulation on wiring. GFCIs can be used successfully to reduce electrical hazards on construction sites. Tripping of a GFCI (interrupting the current flow) is sometimes caused by wet connectors and tools. It is a good practice to limit exposure of connectors and tools to excessive moisture by using water tight or sealable connectors. Providing more GFCIs or shorter circuits, can prevent tripping caused by the cumulative leakage from several tools or by leakage from extremely long circuits. (See editorial note below.)


Source: OSHA Publication 3007, 1998 revised.


Editorial Note
Manufacturers of portable GFCI cord sets only offer sets up to 100 feet in length. Beyond 100 feet of cord, the current can decease causing the GFCI to misinterpret the current decrease as a ground fault condition and shut off the electrical power.


People protection = GFCI
Equipment protection = Surge Protector


Tip: Electrical Safety for the Office, Workplace or Home
GFCI wall receptacles in the kitchen, bathroom, cafeteria or office area may not provide all the electrical protection you need. Test these outlets every month.


  • OSHA compliant
  • Portable
  • Use indoor or outdoors
  • Use with power tools or equipment

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