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Receptacle, 20A, 125V, 5-20R, 2P, 3W
- Item # 5HZC3
- Mfr. Model # T8380-I
- UNSPSC # 39121406
- Catalog Page # 608
- Shipping Weight 0.35 lbs.
- ItemDecorator Receptacle with Surge Suppression
- NEMA Configuration5-20R
- Number of Poles2
- Number of Wires3
- Material of ConstructionNylon/Polycarbonate
- Wiring MethodBack and Side
- DescriptionTamper Resistant, LED and Audible Indicator, Surge Suppression
- StandardsUL/CSA/NOM/NEMA WD-6/ANSI C-73
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