|Product Depth (in.)||5 in||Product Height (in)||7.125|
|Product Height (in.)||7.19 in||Product Width (in.)||5.5 in|
|Trade Size (in.)||Other|
|Box Type||Wall box||Color Family||Green|
|Material||Steel||Number of Gangs||2|
|Number of Knockouts/Pryouts||7||Product Weight (lb.)||4.145 lb|
|Certifications and Listings||UL Listed||Manufacturer Warranty||One year after first use.|
A: U dig a hole and drive a 4x4 to mount it
A: Yes. Can go on pole but best to mount on wall.
A: Ground is connected directly to each receptacle which is then mounted to the box. So to recap. Both outlets and the box are their for grounded.
A: I have two of these and I mounted them on a 4X6 post. Higher up from the ground gives you a better view of the connections. The lid blocks your view of the connections from above. This box is sturdy, well-built and fends off the elements extremely well.
A: i have a bunch of these and have done something very similar on most of these. you can remove one of the outlets and put a switch in its place. so you can make just one outlet the hot, and the switch runs to the outlet. assuming what you switch plugs into this.
A: Wire the panel breaker switch to the Line in terminals and the light to the load terminals. Easy solution. There should be a diagram in the packaging. https://library.industrialsolutions.abb.com/publibrary/checkout/MET-007A?TNR=Brochures%7CMET-007A%7CPDF
A: These are wired like any GFCI outlet. You can search for wiring diagrams online and find a ton. From your power source, you'll have ground (bare copper usually) that should connect to the screw mount on the metal box and the green screws on each outlet. The black wire is hot, and the white wire is neutral. Both of those need to go into the connections on the outlet labeled Line, and I think both those spots are even labeled for which color goes on which side. You probably want the power wires going to the Line connections on one outlet, and then you can wire the second outlet off the first. That means that you run black/white wire from the Load connections on the first outlet to the Line connections on the second outlet, again matching colors to labels. If you're got additional loads, like a light circuit, they also should branch off the Load connections so you can send white, black, and ground wires on to the next device.
A: No, they have one with a switch and gfci receptacle though, but on back of gfi has hot(gold)/neutral(silver) terminals marked line and load. “Line means hot in”-“load is fixtures protected downstream”
A: No. I had the same issue and had to purchase a new box kit, I didn't want to uninstall the entire unit so I just used the new plate. Of course if its just a bad GFCI outlet you can replace the one outlet on the plate fairly easily.
A: Unfortunately you can't. These items are still available on homedepot.com. Thanks for the question.
A: I have not seen one at HD. Check with the manufacture website. You might be able to purchase a double outlet cover and trim it to size for a flush fit. I have two of these outlets in my back yard and they work a lot better than expected. I am older do I mount them higher up off the ground to make it easier for me to reset the GFI of plug and unplug cords. Another nice addition is to add an outdoor rated Smart Plug that works with Alexa, or you can control it by an App.
A: You can't purchase any of it. Home Depot no longer carries this wonderful piece.