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Hospital Grade Tamper-Resistant 20A Duplex Self-Test GFCI Receptacles with SafeLock® Protection, Red

2097HGTRRED Pass and Seymour
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$36.25 USD

Hospital-Grade Tamper-Resistant 20A Self-Test Duplex GFCI
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  • Hospital Grade GFCI self-test
  • One-piece, brass, triple-wipe power contacts for lasting retention.


General Info
Product Line Pass & Seymour
Color Red
Finish Matte
UPC Number 785007036435
Country Of Origin China
Number of Receptacles 2
Outlet Type Commercial, GFCI, Indoor, Self-Test, Tamper-Resistant
Application Sector Residential/Commercial
Standard cULus, UL Listed, FSUL
Type Outlet
Product Width US 1.73 in
Product Depth US 1.03 in
Product Height US 4.2 in
Additional Information
Product Environmental Profile Yes
Listing Agencies / 3rd Party Agencies
cULus Listed  Yes
Technical Information
Interrupt Rating 4 A
Frequency Rating 60 Hz
Trip Range 5±1 mA
Amperage 20 A
Number of Poles Double Pole
Indoor/Outdoor Indoor
Voltage 125.0 V


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Questions & Answers

Why does product 2097HGW also state that it's tamper resistant? Are both HG Gfci receptacles tamper resistant?

Asked by: Anonymous
Thank you for your inquiry. The 2097HGW does not include the tamper-resistant feature. If you have any other questions or comments, please contact us at (800) 223-4185 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. EST or by email at Tech.Support@legrand.us.
Answered by: Justin
Date published: 2024-06-05

are these marked on the front as tamper resistant to easily identify if it is?

Asked by: cody
All of our GFCI's have the TR stamp on the outer edge of the receptacle body as shown on the attached image. UL no longer requires the stamp to be on the actual face of the receptacle.
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2022-06-27
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