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- ItemCircuit Selector
- TypeReloc, OnePass OCS
- Description/Special FeaturesPlug-in connection for open ceiling fixtures, offers quick installation of industrial fixtures plus the flexibility to relocate fixtures in the future. Patented components allow both fixtures and wiring to be installed at the same time or in one pass, significantly reducing labor, features a unique thumbslide action that allows you to choose the desired hot conductor(s) to energize each fixture in the field permit disconnecting the fixture without disrupting the power downstream. Enables all fixtures to be wired the same way, with the ability to select the appropriate circuit when the fixture is installed. For future changes, simply unplug the OCS and select a different circuit, White Cord
- Length (In.)60
- StandardsUL Listed
- Package Quantity1
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