|Outlet Depth (in.)||4||Outlet Height (in.)||1|
|Outlet Width (in.)||2|
|Electrical Features||No Additional Features||Grounding||Grounded|
|Indoor/Outdoor||Indoor||Maximum Amperage (A)||15|
|Mounting Type||In-Wall||NEMA Configuration||NEMA 5|
|Number of Outlets||2||Number of Poles||2|
|Outlet Configuration||Duplex||Outlet Location||Wall|
|Outlet Material||Thermoplastic||Outlet Type||GFCI|
|Package Quantity||1||Rating||General Purpose|
|Certifications and Listings||CSA Listed, UL Listed||Manufacturer Warranty||2-Year Limited|
A: You do not need GFCI receptacles in the garage unless they are close to a sink or other wet locations.
A: I looked in the store today and the only color that I saw was white as pictured.
A: Good day, For the bathroom application, if both receptacles are on the same circuit, only one GFCI is required. For the other applications, you would want to check with a local electrician who is familiar with your local NEC. David Keller, Leviton