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Eaton Wiring 20 Amp Isolated Ground Duplex Receptacle, White

Eaton Wiring IG1210W
20 Amp Isolated Ground Duplex Receptacle, White
Eaton Wiring's 20 Amp Isolated Ground Duplex Receptacle, with a white color, features a high impact-resistant thermoplastic mounting strap & noise protection against EMI and RFI. Shop our full selection of Eaton Wiring's products at HomElectrical today!
In stockUSD$43.50Each

Color / Finish

20 Amp Isolated Ground Duplex Receptacle, White
  • White
  • sku ETW-IG1210W
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SKU
ETW-IG1210W
In stock
Usually Ships 5 to 10 Business Days
Manufacturer
Eaton Wiring

Eaton Wiring IG1210W Description

Eaton Wiring 20 Amp Isolated Ground Duplex Receptacle, White Features:

  • High impact-resistant thermoplastic mounting strap
  • Provides surge protection for hot to neutral, hot to ground and neutral to ground (L-N, L-G, N-G)
  • Automatic ground will ensure wall plate grounding in properly grounded metal enclosure
  • Grounding system to fully isolate from common ground on IG models
  • Patented replaceable module restores expired surge protection without interruption of power or need to remove and rewire device
  • Standard 6-in (202.4mm) leads, stripped 0.50-in (12.7mm)
  • Audible alarm signals when surge protection has expired and stays on until module is removed or replaced
  • Noise protection against EMI and RFI
  • Auto-grounding clip attached to strap meets NEC requirements
  • Maximum Surge Current: 12kA per mode
  • Applications: Office buildings, Schools, Residential homes, Retail, Computer facilities, Commercial facilities, Medical offices, Institutions
  • NEMA 5-20R
  • Voltage: 125V
  • Amperage: 20 Amp
  • Dimensions: 4.07-in (L) x 1.7-in (W) x 1.9-in (H)

Product Specification

Color / Finish
White
Company
Manufacturers Parts Number
IG1210W
Maximum Amperage
15 Amp
Maximum Voltage
125V
Package Size
Each
UPC Code
032664534973

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