Ground Fault Interrupters

Normally, electric current is designed to flow through circuits at levels predetermined to be safe and return to the power source. Occasionally, conditions are created where the current amount or path is altered from the specified design. This course describes differences in the types of abnormal current flow that can occur within an electrical circuit because of the altered conditions and how ground fault circuit interrupters can protect against electrical shock.

Code: IHRDC_OM_ELGFI

$55

Duration: 0.5 hours