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A GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) outlet protects against electrical shock by interrupting power to a circuit when the amount of electrical current going out is different than the amount coming back. The National Electrical Code (NEC) requires GFCI outlets in certain rooms including the garage, bathrooms, kitchen, porch, and laundry room if within 6 feet of a sink. AFCI/GFCI outlets protect against both ground faults and arc faults.
A combination receptacle includes two USB chargers so that you can charge USB compatible devices directly from the wall instead of having to charge from your computer or other device. Keep your game going by plugging your game controllers into the wall, or power up your headphones before your morning run.