|Countries Of Origin||United States|
|Product Line||Pass & Seymour|
|Cubic Capacity||8 cu in|
|Number of Outlets||1|
Can I use the P108W box to install a receptacle in a 1-1/2" stud wall?
Thank you for your inquiry regarding our P108W. This box has a depth of 1.125" so it could be used in such an application. But please be sure to verify with your local code authority.
Date published: 2020-11-23
Hi- Will any of your GFI outlets fit into this P108W shallow box?
Thank you for your question regarding Pass & Seymour SHALLOW SWITCH AND OUTLET BOX(Model # P108W). Our non-tamper resistant GFCI's have a depth of 1.03" and we're not aware of any specific rule that quantifies minimum depth. The old standby is that per NEC 110.12 – “Electrical equipment shall be installed in a neat and workmanlike manner”. So if the box is too shallow or too small, there are multiple wires and wire nuts, multiple wire entries / fittings, and the device is crushing wire insulation, or is bulging out of the wall, the AHJ can reject the installation strictly on “workmanship”.
Date published: 2018-05-29
hi, does duplex receptacles back&side wire (cat. no. TR5252) fit for this outbox?
Thank you for your inquiry regarding our P108W. This box has a depth of 1.125". Our TR5252 has a depth of .93". Therefore, the device will fit in the box. If there are a couple wire nuts behind the receptacle, it may be a tight squeeze. There will not be a ton of room to work with but the devices will certainly work together. Hope this helps!
Date published: 2018-04-16