2097-TRWRW

Legrand-Pass & Seymour

Pass & Seymour® 2097TRW Self-Test Tamper and Weather Resistant Duplex GFCI Receptacle With Matching TP Wall Plate, 20 A

2097-TRWRW

Legrand-Pass & Seymour

Pass & Seymour® 2097TRW Self-Test Tamper and Weather Resistant Duplex GFCI Receptacle With Matching TP Wall Plate, 20 A

  • NCE Part No: 1130330
  • MPN: 2097-TRWRW
  • UPC: 78500703610

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DESCRIPTION

The new Pass & Seymour® Self-Test GFCI receptacle with SafeLock® Protection conducts an automatic test every three seconds, ensuring it’s always ready to protect. If the device fails the test, the indicator light flashes to signal that the GFCI should be replaced. It also has our proven SafeLock Protection feature if critical components are damaged and protection is lost, power to the receptacle is disconnected. The radiant® collection is a step up from the standard with simple, classic options in wiring devices, home automation controls and screwless wall plates that complement today's homes.

Pass & Seymour® Duplex GFCI Receptacle, Self-Test Tamper and Weather Resistant, Series: 2097TRW, 125 VAC, 20 A, 60 Hz, 2 Pole, 3 Wires, NEMA 5-20R, Grade: Specification, -35 to 66 deg C, Screw Terminal, Nylon, White, 4.2 in H x 1.73 in W x 1.03 in D

SPECIFICATIONS

Grade      :      Specification
Color      :      White
NEMA Rating      :      NEMA 5-20R
Amperage Rating      :      20 A
Number of Poles      :      2
Material      :      Nylon
Frequency Rating      :      60 Hz
Type      :      Self-Test Tamper and Weather Resistant
Voltage Rating      :      125 VAC

FEATURES

  • Part of the all-new radiant® collection, protects children patented shutter system helps prevent improper insertion of foreign objects
  • Conducts an automatic test every three seconds, ensuring it's always ready to protect, if the device fails the test, the indicator light flashes to signal that the GFCI should be replaced
  • It also has our proven SafeLock protection feature, if critical components are damaged and protection is lost, power to the receptacle is disconnected
  • Thinner than competitors' GFCI receptacle, leaves more room for wires in the box
  • Auto-ground clip assures a positive ground to metal box
  • Feed-thru wiring configuration allows GFCI to protect downstream receptacles
  • Prevents line load reversal miswire, no power to the face or downstream receptacles if wired incorrectly
  • Exceeds UL 943 voltage surge requirements, survives 100x the required UL 3kA/6kV voltage surge test cycles
  • Trip indicator light (red LED), two backwire holes per terminal
  • Side or internal screw-pressure-plate backwire with 10 - 14 AWG solid or stranded copper wire
  • Ground screw has backwire clamp for easy installation
  • 10 kA short circuit current rating
  • Mounting screws are shipped captive in the device and wall plate for easier installation
  • High impact resistant thermoplastic construction
  • Extra-long strap, button colors match the device face
  • Dual-direction test and reset buttons
  • Class A rated GFCI
  • 5 +/- 1 m trip threshold, 0.025 sec trip time, 20 Amps feed-thru capacity, 4 to 6 mA trip level, withstands 1500V minimum dielectric voltage, terminals identified in accordance with UL498 (Hot, White, Green)
  • 95% maximum humidity, UL94 V2 flammability, nylon face and body, 0.03 in brass contacts, galvanized steel mounting straps, thermoplastic tamper resistant shutter
  • Nickel plated steel No 8 - 32 terminal screw, steel (green) hex head grounding screw, zinc plated steel flat head mounting screws, Nylon test/reset buttons, brass alloy auto ground clip

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