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Below from Electrical Safety Authority (Canada)

The issue of nuisance tripping has caused frustration for contractors and homeowners alike. And addressing it can be costly and time-intensive for contractors. ESA and Electro Federation Canada (EFC) want to help fix that. When you are made aware of an incident where an AFCI has experienced a nuisance trip please report it directly to EFC.

To report an AFCI nuisance tripping visit: www.esasafe.com/contractors/resources/afci

Please include all required information and email it to: info@electrofed.com with the subject line “AFCI tripping.”


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I'd be interested to know who the ESA are in Canada....~S~

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Originally Posted by sparky
I'd be interested to know who the ESA are in Canada....~S~

"The Electrical Safety Authority (ESA) is an administrative authority mandated by the Government of Ontario to enhance public electrical safety in the province. We are both a safety regulator and advocate."

from: https://www.esasafe.com/about-esa/role/



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