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Wiring Devices

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Brand 
Brand

Choose from one of Legrand's brands.

Product Family 
Product Family

Used to identify and differentiate offerings within a particular product line. Product families are typically treated as adjectives. It is not recommended to use the product line (ex: Wiremold®) and product family names (Evolution™) together. This will introduce a level of unnecessary confusion for the audience.

Color 
Color

The color of the product itself

Availability 
Availability Tooltip Title

Product is available to buy on Legrand.us

Type 
Type

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

Gangs 
Gangs

Number of devices in a wall box or a wall plate

Mounting 
Mounting

Something that Serves as a Support, Setting, or Backing for the item

Voltage 
Voltage

The Rate at Which Energy is Drawn from a Source that Produces a Flow of Electricity in a Circuit

Connector Type 
Connector Type

The Type of Connectors / Terminals that Tool can Crimp to Wire or Cable

Cord Type 
Cord Type

It is the Type of a Line Made of Twisted Fibers or Threads

Number of Receptacles 
Number of Receptacles

The Number of Electrical Wall Outlets Designed for Use with a Plug

Mounting Type 
Mounting Type

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.

Load 
Load

The Maximum Amount of Power Which the item can withstand or Operate without any performance Loss

Protocol 
Protocol

A Convention or Standard that Controls or Enables the Connection, Communication, and Data Transfer Between Two Computing Endpoints, the Rules Governing the Syntax, Semantics, and Synchronization of Communication

Frequency Rating 
Frequency Rating

The Number of Occurrences within a Given Time Period, the Rate at Which Alternating Current Makes a Complete Cycle of Reversals

Amperage 
Amperage

Maximum electrical current the conductor or device can carry before sustaining immediate or progressive deterioration

Connection 
Connection

Between Discrete Points Allows the Flow of Electrons (Electric Current)

Insertion Loss 
Insertion Loss

The Loss in Load Power Due to the Insertion of a Component or Device at Some Point in a Transmission System

Dielectric Strength 
Dielectric Strength

Measure of the Electrical Strength of a Material as an Insulator, the Maximum Electrical Potential Gradient that a Material can withstand without Rupture, the Higher the Dielectric Strength of a Material the Better its Quality as an Insulator

Compatibility 
Compatibility

Capability of Being Used with or Connected to Different Types of Devices or Components without any Modifications

Coil Voltage 
Coil Voltage

The Electrical Pressure, the force Which Causes Current to Flow Through a Conductor

Connector 
Connector

A Device that Establishes a Connection Between Two or More Units.

Cable Entry 
Cable Entry

The Type/Specification of the Access Points Where the Cables are Made to Enter or Exit.

Temperature Rating 
Temperature Rating

The Designated / Rated / Maximum / Range Temperature at Which the Instrument May be Used in Continuous Operation without Loss of its Basic Properties and performance