Hubbell Wiring Device-Kellems’ HUBBELLPRO Ground Fault Receptacles Combine Aesthetics and Safety

Hubbell Wiring Device - Kellems
Hubbell Wiring Device-Kellems’ HUBBELLPRO Ground Fault Receptacles Combine Aesthetics and Safety
Beautiful décor and high-end aesthetics no longer have to be compromised to ensure safe electrical devices. The new HUBBELLPRO Ground Fault Receptacles from Hubbell Wiring Device-Kellems are designed to blend with their surroundings. By minimizing text markings, stepped surfaces, and lights, the low-profile receptacles feature a satin finish so they don’t detract from a room’s interior design.

For maximum safety, the receptacles feature Hubbell’s innovative, patented self-test technology. The continuous self-testing feature disconnects receptacle power if critical components are damaged and GFCI protection is lost. When this occurs, a flashing red LED indicates that the receptacle can no longer be reset and is not providing protection.
Installers benefit from HUBBELLPRO Ground Fault Receptacles as well. Quick and easy to install, a shallow design with internal back and side wire options ensures fast termination that is also secure and dependable, thanks to internal back wiring clamps and guide pockets.

“This device is available in tamper-resistant, weather-resistant, and standard options in seven color choices to match any setting,” says Glenn Murphy, senior product manager for Hubbell Wiring Device-Kellems. “It’s a new receptacle that combines innovative self-test technology with a contemporary look.”

HUBBELLPRO Ground Fault Receptacles are ideal for adult communities, multifamily housing, dorms, hotels, and single-family homes. They can also be used in retail, restaurant, and commercial office environments desiring receptacles that blend with décor while providing high levels of safety and protection.

For more information about Hubbell’s HUBBELLPRO Ground Fault Receptacles, contact your Hubbell sales representative or visit www.hubbell.com/wiringdevice-kellems/en.

Other Products by Hubbell Wiring Device - Kellems

  • Hubbell Offers Industry’s First Watertight Wiring Devices with IP69k Rating

    Hubbell Offers Industry’s First Watertight Wiring Devices with IP69k Rating

    Hubbell Wiring Device-Kellems is excited to announce that its line of Watertight Wiring Devices is the first in the industry to carry an IP69k rating – the most aggressive and highest rank on the ingress protection rating scale. The line also holds NSF, UL Type 3R, 4, 4X, 6, and 6P environmental ratings.

  • Hubbell SystemOne 10-Inch Fire-Rated Poke-Through Helps Buildings Prepare for More Technology

    Hubbell SystemOne 10-Inch Fire-Rated Poke-Through Helps Buildings Prepare for More Technology

    Hubbell Wiring Device-Kellems is excited to announce a new product addition for applications that require more data, AV and power capacity for recessed or furniture-feed connections. The Hubbell SystemOne 10-inch Fire-Rated Poke-Through device is available with the industry’s first 10-inch fire-rated poke-through furniture-feed cover, Hubbell’s first-ever tamper-resistant recessed cover.

  • Hubbell’s 50A Twist-Lock® Insulgrip® Conduit Adapters Reduce Labor, Product Costs

    Hubbell’s 50A Twist-Lock® Insulgrip® Conduit Adapters Reduce Labor, Product Costs

    Hubbell Wiring-Device Kellems is excited to announce a new solution for conduit-fed power applications: 50A Twist-Lock® Insulgrip® Conduit Adapters. These adapters can accept conduit directly through the back of the plug or connector through a conduit fitting. A box or face plate is not required, reducing material and labor costs.

  • Hubbell Introduces New Tamper-Resistant Controlled Receptacles for Automatic Receptacle Control

    Hubbell Introduces New Tamper-Resistant Controlled Receptacles for Automatic Receptacle Control

    Hubbell Wiring Device-Kellems is pleased to introduce tamper-resistant permanently marked receptacles, and improved markings for the entire line of controlled receptacles. The receptacles meet NEC 2017 requirements, ASHRAE standards, and California Title 24, which require certain receptacles to be automatically controlled for energy savings, as well as tamper-resistant for safety.