Metallic-finish devices and wall plates

The Pass & Seymour metallic-finish devices and wall plates are available in switches and dimmers, and GFCI, tamper-resistant, and USB charging receptacles.

09/17/2014


The metallic-finish devices and wall plates are available in switches and dimmers, and GFCI, tamper-resistant and USB charging receptacles.The Pass & Seymour Metallic-Finish Devices and Wall Plates are available in switches and dimmers as well as GFCI, tamper-resistant, and USB charging receptacles. All of the devices have matching screwless wall plates and their construction and finish allows them to stand up to the continuous usage of busy households. The Metallic-Finish receptacles also feature a Tamper-Resistant shutter system that prevents young children from inserting foreign objects. All of the devices are 15 A rated with 120, 125, and 120/277 V options available depending on the device functionality. Wall plates are available in one, two, three and four gang configurations. The devices are also Fed Spec, FSUL, and cULus compliant.

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