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Single-Pole, Double Combination Switch, 15A, 120/277V, With Ground, Ivory.
Color Brown
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Features

  • Easily accessible break-off separate or common feed.
  • Long-life red neon lamp in pilot light rated 1/25 Watt, 125V.
  • Side wire #12 and #14 AWG.
  • Two devices fit into the space of one.
  • Grounding combination devices meet NEC Requirements.
  • Tamper-resistant version features dual mechanical shutter system to help prevent insertion of foreign objects.
  • For covering patents, see www.legrand.us/patents.

Specifications

General Info
Product Line Pass & Seymour
Color Brown
Country Of Origin Mexico
Application Sector Residential/Commercial
Standard UL20
Type Combination
Dimensions
Product Width US 1.32 in
Product Depth US 0.94 in
Product Height US 4.06 in
Listing Agencies / 3rd Party Agencies
cULus ListingNumber  140597
cULus Listed  Yes
Technical Information
Contact Configuration N-O
Operating Cycles 30000
Actuator Toggle
Connection Side wire
Contact Rating 120/277 VAC, 15 Amp
Amperage 15 A
Action (2) SP
Number of Poles Single Pole
Voltage 0.433 V
Environmental Conditions Flammability: UL94 V2

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Questions & Answers

What's the difference between your 690WGCC6 and 690W (almost $1 cheaper)? I'm looking at both at Menards to replace an existing 1-pole 15-amp switch that's used to turn a light and a bathroom fan/light on. Thanks

Asked by: Ashe
The 690WGCC6 is a Grounded switch and the 690W does not have a Ground terminal.
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2022-04-11

Why does your description of the 690G light switch mention the, "Long-life red neon lamp in pilot light rated 1/25 Watt, 125V." ? This switch doesn't have the neon lamp.

Asked by: al87
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