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A: Definitely— if anything goes wrong and the place burns down, just point to this anonymous internet comment and they should payout the loss in full.
A: The device should be on a circuit that can accommodate the load and would require a 20 amp outlet.
A: When it comes to electricity, never knowingly use a device rated less than load it serves for anything!
A: It’s very secure
A: They are very secure but why use those? Electricians use the screws. Once in the quick wire port it’s very difficult to release. Just do it the correct way and use the screws
A: No, providing the wire was stripped and fully inserted into the device(roughly >1/4”). Twisting the device side to side is generally not recommended when pulling it from the box as that motion could potentially “walk” the wire out of the connection.
A: It's rated 15A because this how much it can handle. It supposedly to trip if the load is 20A. It's designed to prevent fires. No other guesses or predictions are valid.
A: Yes they can
|Name||Decora 15 Amp Tamper Resistant Duplex Outlet, Light Gray||Decora 15 Amp Residential Grade Self Grounding Duplex Outlet, Gray||Decora 15 Amp Tamper Resistant Duplex Outlet, Gray||Decora 15 Amp Tamper Resistant Duplex Outlet, Black|
|Electrical Features||No Additional Features||No Additional Features||No Additional Features||No Additional Features|
|Rating||Hospital Grade,Tamper Resistant||General Purpose||Hospital Grade,Tamper Resistant||Hospital Grade,Tamper Resistant|
|Number of Outlets||2||2||2||2|
|NEMA Configuration||NEMA 5||NEMA 5||NEMA 5||NEMA 5|
|THD SO SKU||162677||162677|
|View Product||View Product||View Product||View Product|