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15 Amp Rhino-Hide® Straight Blade Receptacle, Industrial Grade


15 Amp, 250 Volt, NEMA 6-15R, 2P, 3W, Receptacle, Straight Blade, Industrial Grade, Grounding, Rhino-Hide - GRAY

Rhino-Hide from Leviton raises the bar when it comes to industrial grade NEMA configured wiring devices! Boasting the highest watertight ratings of any device in their class – submersible (IP68) and suitable for high pressure/high temperature washdown (IP69K) - no other device of this type on the market even comes close to this level of performance

UPC Code: 078477692851
Country of Origin : United States
NEMA 6-15R

Product Information

  • Electrical Specifications

    Amperage : 15 A

    Current Limiting : Full Rated Current

    Dielectric Voltage : Withstands 2000V per UL498

    Pole : 2

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

    Voltage : 250 VAC

    Wire : 3

  • Material Specifications

    Assembly Screws : Stainless Steel, Non-Magnetic

    Blades/Contacts, Terminal Clamps : Electroless Nickel-coated Brass

    Receptacle Housing : Coated Die-Cast Aluminum

    Terminal Screws : Electroless Nickel-coated Brass

    Wiring Module : Nylon

  • Environmental Specifications

    Enclosure Rating : NEMA 3R, 4, 4X, 6, 6P, 12, 13; IEC IP66, IP67, IP68, IP69K

    Environment : Wet

    Operating Temperature : -40°C to 60°C

  • Standards and Certifications

    ANSI : C-73

    CSA : C22.2 No. 42

    NEMA : WD-6


    UL : 498

  • Mechanical Specifications

    Cord Grip Range (in) : .375-.670

    Product ID : Ratings and NEMA I.D. permanently marked on device

    Terminal Accom. : #18 AWG to # 10 AWG

  • Warranty

    Warranty : Limited Lifetime Warranty

  • Product Features

    Brand : Rhino-Hide

    Color : Gray

    Device Type : Straight Blade Receptacle

    NEMA : 6-15R

  • CA2866061
  • US9496696

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