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Sounds a lot more scary that it is TFYL.Usually these things are meritless, and UUU has been fighting and winning patent battles ever since being a publicly traded company. What percentage of sales does Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters contribute to revenues anyway? Pretty much a non-event, imho.
Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters Would these be contained in detectors/alarms though?
I don't think so. Ground fault circuit interrupts are kind of electrical outlets which minimize the risk of electrocution.UUU sells GFCI's as a complete product, but they make up a very small portion of sales. They've had patent issues with their GFCI products, but have never lost a patent suit regarding them.