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15 Amp Duplex Receptacle/Outlet, Hospital Grade, Self-Grounding

8200-H

Duplex Receptacle Outlet, Heavy-Duty Hospital Grade, Smooth Face, 15 Amp, 125 Volt, Back or Side Wire, NEMA 5-15R, 2-Pole, 3-Wire, Self-Grounding - Brown

UPC Code: 078477818848
Country of Origin : Mexico
RoHS Compliant: Yes – Click Here
NEMA 5-15R

Product Information

  • AC Horsepower Ratings

    Horsepower Rating : 1/2 HP

  • Electrical Specifications

    Amperage : 15 A

    Dielectric Voltage : Withstands 3000V min

    Grounding : Self-Grounding

    Pole : 2

    Temperature Rise : Max 30C after 250 cycles OL at 200 percent rated current

    Voltage : 125 VAC

    Wire : 3

  • Mechanical Specifications

    Product ID : Ratings are permanently marked on device

    Screw Terminal Torque : 14-18 in-lbs

    Terminal Accom. : #14-#10 AWG

    Terminal ID : Brass-Hot, Silver-Neutral, Green-Ground

    Termination : Back and Side Wire

  • Environmental Specifications

    Flammability : Rated V-0 per UL 94

    Operating Temperature : -40°C to 75°C

  • Standards and Certifications

    ANSI : C-73

    CSA C22.2 No. 42 : File 152105

    NEMA : WD-1 & WD-6

    NOM : 057

    RoHS : Compliant

    UL Fed Spec WC-596 : File E13399

    UL498HG : File E13399

    Warranty : 10-Year Limited

  • Material Specifications

    Body Material : PBT Polyester Blend

    Face Material : PBT Polyester Blend

    Ground Clips : Brass

    Grounding Screw : #8 Hex Head, Triple-Drive Brass

    Line Contacts : 0.030" Phosphor Bronze

    Strap Material : Steel (Galvanized G60)

    Terminal Screws : #8 Triple-Drive Brass

  • Product Features

    Color : Brown

    Device Type : Duplex Receptacle Outlet

    Grade : Heavy-Duty Hospital Grade

    NEMA : 5-15R

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