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Trademaster® 15A/125V Duplex Receptacle, White

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Our Pass and Seymour TradeMaster® receptacles combine a traditional look with reliable, time-tested operation for any residential application.
Color White
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Features

  • Durable, high-quality contruction
  • 125-volt outlet
  • Wire Size: #12 - #14 AWG, Solid wire

Specifications

General Info
Product Line Pass & Seymour
Color White
Finish Matte
Country Of Origin China
Number of Receptacles 2
Outlet Type Commercial, Indoor, Residential
Application Sector Residential/Commercial
Standard UL 498
Type Outlet
Dimensions
Product Width US 1.32 in
Product Depth US 1.0 in
Product Height US 3.31 in
Additional Information
Product Environmental Profile Yes
Listing Agencies / 3rd Party Agencies
cULus ListingNumber  140596
cULus Listed  Yes
Technical Information
Amperage 15 A
Number of Poles Double Pole
Wire Size 14 - 12 AWG
Indoor/Outdoor Indoor
Voltage 125.0 V

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Questions & Answers

Are the PS 3232w duplex receptacles rated to be used with aluminum wire?

Asked by: John
These devices can be used with Copper or Copper Clad Aluminum wire.
Answered by: Wiremold Tech Support
Date published: 2023-08-28

My company bought a large qty of these for a job and at the end of the job realized that we lost a few of the nuts and screws that come with this outlet. Could we buy replacement nuts and screws from you?

Asked by: Austin
Please contact our Technical Support Team directly so we can better understand which screws/nuts are missing. 844-957-3783
Answered by: Wiremold Tech Support
Date published: 2023-06-07

Is this device designed to be installed in a manner that removing it would interrupt power to down-stream devices? (Can this device be installed as a feed-through?)

Asked by: James
This device can be wired that way. If you'd like to discuss your application further, please give us a call at 844-957-3783; M-F from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm ET.
Answered by: Wiremold Tech Support
Date published: 2023-05-17

Our your receptacles tested to withstand higher than nominal voltage ratings? If so, is there a particular standard and what is the max withstand rating for a 125V receptacle. Thanks.

Asked by: Andrew
All receptacles listed to UL 498 are required to withstand a voltage application higher than the rated voltage. This is called a dielectric test. The voltage level that a receptacle must withstand for one minute are shown below. 2000V for devices rated 300V or less. 3000V for devices rated greater than 300V. Please note this does not mean that a receptacle can be continuously operated at these voltages. A receptacle should never be connected to a voltage source with a voltage greater than the marked rating.
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2020-01-09
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