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Outlets that can detects hazardous arc-faults, interrupts power to help reduce the likelihood of a home electrical fire.

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From a new construction to a handyman special, every home should have industry-leading arc-fault protection against electrical fires. Leviton safety solutions include AFCI Duplex Receptacles, Blank Face, Combination with Switch, AFCI Circuit Breakers, Dual Function AFCI/GFCI Circuit Breakers, Smart AFCI Circuit Breakers (circuit breakers are designed exclusively for use in the Leviton Load Center). 

Leviton SmartlockPro® AFCIs identify potentially dangerous arcing conditions and respond by interrupting power, stopping a house fire before it starts. They may be used on any wiring system as specified in the National Electrical Code® (NEC®) and are easy to install as replacement devices or in new construction.

Superior AFCI Protection. Advanced Technology. Only from Leviton.

Motion Sensors
Slim Design
Impact Resistant
Terminals Withstand High-Torque
Patented Reset Lock
Back and Side Wire
Tamper-Resistant Shutters
Dual Function Indicator Light
Standard Self-Ground Clip
Precision trip technology ensures precise tripping, even in extreme temperature ranges
Line-side powered LEDs remain lit, even when a circuit breaker is tripped, for easy identification of the type of fault
Optional Wi-Fi® or Ethernet connectivity with the My Leviton app.
By detecting hazardous arc-faults & responding by interrupting power, Leviton AFCI receptacles & circuit breakers help reduce the likelihood of the home's electrical system being an ignition source of a fire.

Smarter Fire Protection

Choose Leviton AFCIs for superior protection against electrical fires. Solutions include AFCI receptacles and circuit breakers with smart technology for enhanced arc-fault detection.

What are Arc-Faults?

An arc-fault is an unintentional arcing condition in a circuit. Arcing creates high intensity heating at the point of the arc, resulting in burning particles that can exceed 10,000 degrees Fahrenheit and may over time ignite surrounding material such as wood framing or insulation.

There are two types of potentially dangerous arcs – parallel arcs and series arcs.

What Causes Arc-Faults?

Often unseen, arc faults can occur anywhere in the home's electrical system including:
Within Walls

Within walls from nails, screws or staples inadvertently driven into wires.

Within Cords

Within electrical cords accidently damaged by furniture resting or pressing upon them.

From Loose Connections

At loose electrical connections or cords damaged by doors closing on them.

From Heat Damage

Through old or cracked wires or cords as well as wires or cords damaged by heat, sunlight or humidity.

Where to Install

Family Rooms
Dining Rooms
Living Rooms
Rec Rooms

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