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    SmartlockPro® AFCI Receptacle, Tamper-Resistant, LED Indicator, 15A 125V, Brown

    Manufacturer: Leviton
    Manufacturer #: AFTR1
    SKU: 25467299
    $33.40
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    Amperage:15A
    Color:Brown
    Voltage Rating:125
    Number of Poles:2-Pole
    Number of Wires:3-Wire
         
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    Product Detail:
    • Manufacturer Leviton
    • Manufacturer # AFTR1
    • Color Brown
    • Amperage 15A
    • Voltage Rating 125
    • SAP Material Type ZSTD
    • ECCN EAR99
    • Country of Origin CN - China
    • Number of Poles 2-Pole
    • Number of Wires 3-Wire
    Product Overview:
    SmartlockPro® monochromatic brown 15A (20A feed-through) 125V 2P3W NEMA 5-15R tamper-resistant OBC AFCI receptacle with LED indicator. Nylon wallplate, screws and self-grounding clip included.
    Features and Benefits:
    • Use of TEST and RESET Buttons is Similar to Traditional GFCI Receptacles of Which Consumers Have Become Familiar, Translating Into Greater Acceptance of the Technology and a More User-Friendly Platform
    • Meets or Exceeds UL Requirements For Tripping Time on Both Series and Parallel Arcs
    • Device Design Reduces Nuisance Tripping
    • Impact-Resistant Thermoplastic Cover and Body
    • Superior Resistance to Electrical Surges and Over-Voltages
    • Expanded Wiring Options With Nine Back-Wire Holes (2 For Each Line and Load Connection Plus 1 For Ground With an Internal Clamp)
    • Silver Alloy Contacts
    • Compatible With All Decora® Devices and Wallplates; Available in Select Colors
    • Packed With Coordinating Wallplate
    • Tamper-Resistant to Comply With the Latest NEC Requirements For Tamper-Resistant Receptacles in Residences and Childcare Facilities