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Number of Gangs
The amount of switches on the plate.
Between Discrete Points Allows the Flow of Electrons (Electric Current)
Number of Receptacles
The Number of Electrical Wall Outlets Designed for Use with a Plug
Maximum electrical current the conductor or device can carry before sustaining immediate or progressive deterioration
Enviromental Conditions rating on the product. Indoor Only, Outdoor, Both
Value that Specifically Names the Type/the Application Value of the Closest Piece of Equipment/the Designated Type of Construction/the Generic Type/the Manufacturer Type Designation/the Specific Function/the Type of Application
National Electrical Manufacturers Association Ratings are Standards that are Useful in Defining the Types of Environments in Which an Electrical Enclosure can be Used
The Difference of Electrical Potential Between Two Points of an Electrical or Electronic Circuit Entering a System
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The Dimension Through an Object as Opposed to its Length or Width
Number of Outlets
The Different Types of Receptacles Providing a Place in a Wiring System Where Current can be Taken to Supply Electrical Devices
The Minimum Input Which the Device can Sense and Produce the Output
The way the item is mounted for display. The method by which a sign or label is affixed to a surface for display. Many signs will not have any defined mounting type and so will have no value captured for this attribute.
The Act or Process of Constructing Which Includes Design and Manufacture Type
The Position or Alignment Relative to Points of the Compass or Other Specific Directions
Measuring and Indicating a Quantity of Wire
amount of watts used
The color of the product itself
The physical character of a Receptacle. The Type/Specification of a Contact Device Installed at the Outlet for the Connection of an Attachment Plug a Single Receptacle is a Single Contact Device with No Other Contact Device on the Same Yoke a Multiple Receptacle is Two or More Contact Devices.
The Rate at Which Energy is Drawn from a Source that Produces a Flow of Electricity in a Circuit
The Temperature at Which the Unit is Safely Operated or Kept without Damaging or Changing the performance Characteristics of the Unit
The Supplementary items Supplied with the Product Which May be Necessary for the Optimum Operation of the Product
The finish of the product itself.
Material of the product.
The Measure of any System's Spectrum Response at the Output to a Signal of Varying Frequency (But Constant Amplitude) at its Input
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