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adorne® Outlet Module 15A

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$14.78 USD

Ideal for any kitchen where multiple countertop appliances will be plugged in at once. Use this module with two standard outlets to provide under-cabinet power and keep multiple appliances ready, without the clutter. The module can be easily added or removed from the Modular Track by using the module tool included in your purchase. Note: This item is included with the purchase of the Modular Track. Purchase additional outlet modules to further customize your Under-Cabinet Lighting and Power System.
Color Titanium

Quantity

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Features

  • Installs in 5 minutes or less.
  • Easily add or remove using the module tool; simply fit the tool into either end of the module and pop it out of the track.
  • Designed to fit exclusively onto the adorne Modular Track.

Specifications

General Info
Color Titanium
UPC Number 786776178135
Countries Of Origin China
Product Line Pass & Seymour
Standard cETLus
Technical Information
Voltage 120 V
Frequency Rating 60 HTZ Hz
Environmental Conditions Dry Interior Locations pct
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Are there 20 amp receptacle that go into the the strip. Do you sell a gfci module or do we need to intall in the panel?

Asked by: Minke
The under cabinet receptacles are 15A that are installed on a 20A circuit. The GFCI protection can either come from a Control Box with GFCI or at the breaker panel.
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2020-06-03

how do the adorne collection undercabinet receptacles meet the 20 amp circuit requirement for kitchen applications or do you offer a 20 amp module??

Asked by: gary
The receptacle circuit must be 20 amps(per code), use #12 wire, and be GFCI protected. The separate lighting and accessory circuits must be at least 15 amps each, and can use #14 wire.
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2019-10-25

do they meet 210.8 and 210.52 requirements?

Asked by: Mark
They meet 210.52 for all 125-volt, 15- and 20-amp receptacles shall be listed tamper-resistant receptacles. These do not meet 210.8 on their own because they do not provide GFCI protection. If You have the circuit protected with a GFCI it will.
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2018-09-05
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