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When were GFCI invented?

The ground-fault circuit interrupter was invented by him in 1961. Home bathroom or kitchens are where the GFCI is found. The device doesn't work until 5 millionths of a second passes from the appliance to the ground. Charles Dalziel was a pioneer in understanding electric shock.

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