Legrand’s GFCI receptacle features built-in USB Type-A and Type-C connections and is designed for kitchens, bathrooms and more. It can support adapter-free charging and automatically self-tests every 3 seconds. Users can resolve trips right where they happen with a button.
Arlington Industries’ FLBR5420AB recessed floor box kit features two low-voltage openings with a built-in driver, an ultra-thin stamped steel flange and flush-to-the-floor in-use and blank covers. It installs with a hole saw in existing floors. Four mounting wing screws attach the 24½-in3 box securely to the floor.
Bloxx’s electrical box insert protects rough-in electrical wiring against plaster, paint and drywall routers and protects tradespeople, inspectors and homeowners from live wires. It is router-resistant, reusable and precision-designed to press-fit into most electrical box brands. It comes in one-, two- and three-gang sizes for nail-on and adjustable electrical boxes.
Leviton’s GFTR1-E 15A/125V receptacle delivers continuous ground-fault protection. It automatically self-tests to ensure it can respond to a ground fault, and the status indicator light provides simple, intuitive feedback. The standard duplex is self-grounding. It operates in temperatures between –31°F and 150°F and is made of galvanized steel.
Bryant’s HBL985 wall box is designed for delivering power, data and AV side-by-side. It features a 2-gang and 4-in. depth and 2-in. knockouts. It enables users to have multiple options for AV in-wall solutions.
Broan’s 20A, 120V rotary light switch fits a single-gang opening. It features a 12-hour timer wall control with a delay-off timer to automatically shut a fan off after a specified time interval. The timer operates the fan for as long as the user’s setting.