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An electric boat lift motor wired with a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) and switch is a safety-enhanced system designed for boat lifts. Here's a breakdown of each component: Electric Boat Lift Motor: This is the main motor responsible for lifting and lowering the boat. It is powered by electricity and is typically designed for efficient, reliable, and controlled operation. Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI): The GFCI is a safety device designed to protect against electrical shocks. It monitors the flow of current between the hot and neutral wires. If it detects any imbalance, such as current leakage (which could be potentially dangerous, like in the case of a short circuit or contact with water), it quickly interrupts the circuit, preventing harm. Switch: The switch is a control mechanism that allows the user to turn the motor on or off. It is part of the boat lift's control system, providing a convenient and easy way to operate the lift motor. The integration of a GFCI and switch in the wiring of an electric boat lift motor ensures both safety and user control. The GFCI protects against electrical hazards, especially in a potentially wet environment, while the switch provides a straightforward means for the user to manage the motor's operation. This combination ensures a secure and user-friendly experience when operating a boat lift.