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Kitchen Island Receptacles

While this article is not an adopted statewide interpretation, it does describe the division's interpretation of the code provisions cited. It is intended to alert licensees and inspectors to the division's interpretation on this issue.

Receptacles and Plug for Dimming Use

*0 Technical Support • 24 Hours a Day/7 Days a Week • 1.800.523.9466 *0 I NTRODUCTION S PECIFICATION & D ESIGN F RONT R OOM B ACK R OOM A PPENDIX Receptacles and Plug for Dimming Use The receptacles and plug for dimming use allow lamps to be dimmed by HomeWorks ® system dimming controls .

U-Line® Factory Sealed 20 Amp Plugs and Receptacles

Class I, Division 1 and 2 Groups B, C, D Class II, Division 1 and 2 Groups F, G Class III NEMA 3, 3R, 7BCD, 9FG Applications • Locations where receptacles are used with stationary or portable electrically operated devices such as: — Lighting systems — Conveyors — Heaters — Motor ...

Building Division Informational Handout

D:\CityWebRoot\Handouts\5-7 HO Electrical, Commercial Receptacle Info.doc CITY OF SAN JOSÉ, CALIFORNIA Building Division Informational Handout Electrical - Commercial and Industrial Receptacles Handout No. 5-7 Effective: 8/21/00 Page 1 of 2 The following information pertains to electrical ...

Arktite® Plugs, Receptacles,

3 APPLICATIONS Arktite Plugs and Receptacles are Used: • To supply power to portable electrical equipment such as welders, motor-generator sets, compressors, conveyors, and other similar equipment.

Tamper-resistant Electrical Receptacles

Keeping Your Community Safe and Energized! NFPA • 1 Batterymarch Park, Quincy, MA 02169 • www.nfpa.org Tamper-resistant Electrical Receptacles What are are tamper-resistant electrical receptacles and what is the new requirement?


FB 11-2000 Page iii Foreword This standards publication applies to plugs, receptacles, and connectors of the pin and sleeve type for use in hazardous locations.

Switches and Receptacles

50 UNIT 5 Switches and Receptacles OBJECTIVES After studying this unit, the student should be able to • select switches and receptacles with the proper rating for a particular application. • install various types of receptacles correctly. • connect single-pole, three-way, four-way, and ...

It's all about SAFETY. HUBBELL SAFE.

The NEC ® 2008 code: NEC Article 406.11 requires tamper-resistant receptacles for dwelling units. "In all areas specified in 210.52, all 125 volt 15- and 20-ampere receptacles shall be listed tamper-resistant receptacles."


CPS RECEPTACLES Th e quick Make/Break feature of these receptacles reduces the potential for arcing. Deeply recessed contacts decrease the danger of accidental touching and safely confi ne any possible arcing to the interior of the unit.