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Questions and Answers for Leviton 15 Amp 125-Volt Duplex Self-Test SmartlockPro Tamper Resistant AFCI/GFCI Dual Function Outlet, White

Internet #206804820

Model #R92-AGTR1-0KW

Store SKU #1001708951

  • Offers protection from electrical fires and shocks in one device
  • Cuts power if a hazardous arc-fault or ground fault is detected
  • Installs in place of standard outlets

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Q:Do they make any afci/gfci outlets feed-thru???
by|Nov 15, 2016
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A:  These devices are rated for 20 amp feed-through.

by|Feb 16, 2021
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A:  All of these type of receptacles are 'feed through'.

by|Dec 14, 2020
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A:  Leviton's AFCI, GFCI, and dual function outlets, all have Load terminals to provide feed-through protection to downstream equipment.

by|Jan 31, 2021
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    A:  Yes

    by|Dec 14, 2020
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      A:  Leviton are feed thru

      by|Jan 31, 2021
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        caret
        Q:Are they feed-thru??
        by|Nov 15, 2016
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        A:  Yes, these devices are rated for 20 amp feed-through.

        by|Feb 16, 2021
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        A:  All downstream outlets connected to this device are also protected.

        by|Dec 14, 2020
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          A:  Yes, they offer feed-through protection, via the LOAD terminals.

          by|Jan 31, 2021
            7 found this answer helpful

            A:  yes

            by|Dec 14, 2020
            6 found this answer helpful

            A:  Yes all of this type of receptacle has 'feed through' capability.

            by|Dec 14, 2020
            6 found this answer helpful
            caret
            Q:Is this receptacle available in 20 amp?
            by|Jul 25, 2016
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            A:  The part number for the 20A model is AGTR2-W.

            by|Jan 31, 2021
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              A:  yes

              by|Dec 14, 2020
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                A:  Yes, but 20 amp wiring devices are rarely ever needed in a dwelling. ALL 15 amp duplex receptacles are rated for 20 amp feed-through.

                by|Feb 16, 2021
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                A:  Yes these are available in both 15 & 20-Amp rating.

                by|Jan 31, 2021
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                A:  Yes

                by|Dec 14, 2020
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                  Q:Adding USB to this would have been smart suggestion to charge my devices. Any other suggestions on similar products that do have USB and include these same features?
                  by|Jul 25, 2016
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                  A:  You can just place one of these at the home run of the circuit you want to protect, and place USB outlets everywhere else on it. You don't need to replace every individual receptacle with these. It would probably be too hard to fit USB ports on top of the AFCI/GFCI functionality of the faceplate - physically, where could you place them?

                  by|Dec 14, 2020
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                  A:  No USB Different product

                  by|Dec 14, 2020
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                  A:  This is not USB.

                  by|Dec 14, 2020
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                    A:  I suggest installing a USB receptacle device after this device.

                    by|Feb 16, 2021
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                    A:  I am not aware of this receptacle being available with USB ports.

                    by|Jan 31, 2021
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                    A:  Leviton does not offer a GFCI/AFCI+USB combo device. I'm unaware of any manufacturer that does.

                    by|Jan 31, 2021
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                      Q:Does the AFCI/GFCI receptacle also come in Ivory color? In store I can only locate this receptacle in white. Can I order ivory color? Does any HD stock ivory color for this receptacle?
                      by|Jul 18, 2016
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                      A:  Yes, they come in ivory, light almond, white and brown in some stores.

                      by|Feb 16, 2021
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                      A:  Yes, Leviton

                      by|Dec 14, 2020
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                      A:  Yes, the part number would be AGTR1-I. You'll need to reach out to Home Depot directly, in regards to availability.

                      by|Jan 31, 2021
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                        A:  These receptacles are available in all of the basic colors, ivory included.

                        by|Jan 31, 2021
                        7 found this answer helpful
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                        Q:I read an article that said metal conduit/armored cable to the first receptacle was required to install this receptacle according to code requirements - that Romex cable made this receptacle unsuitable. Is this information correct? Or does it apply only to new construction? I would like to install these receptacles in my apartment which was built in 1953.
                        by|Jul 9, 2016
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                        A:  These Dual Function devices were not available till the last couple of years. The other answers referencing the 2014 code change were for AFCI receptacles. The NEC did change in 2014 to allow NM cable (aka Romex) to be used for the homerun to an AFCI receptacle. That change now also applies to these newer Dual Function AFCI/GFCI devices.

                        by|Feb 16, 2021
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                        A:  New construction and new circuits. Otherwise, install at the 1st outlet of the circuit used.

                        by|Feb 16, 2021
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                          A:  You are correct. The other 2 answers are incorrect. Neither 2011 or 2014 NEC allowed romex. 210.12 (5) Very clear. Google it, or check with MikeHolt.com

                          by|Feb 16, 2021

                            A:  2014 NEC changes allow for Romex to be used in place of metal conduit. You can learn more at www.leviton.com/afci.

                            by|Jan 31, 2021
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                              A:  That's from the 2011 NEC. The 2014 NEC permits NM cable as long as it's less than a certain distance from the panel, (50 feet, I believe? Verify that before installing, please). Of course, your local jurisdiction may still be on 2011.

                              by|Jan 31, 2021
                              8 found this answer helpful
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                              Q:Leviton says in its press release that this is available in their own online store, however if you type in the product code, it just says "not found."
                              by|Mar 22, 2016
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                              A:  I see them all the time on the shelf when I actually go to HD. Mostly I buy from supply houses.

                              by|Feb 16, 2021
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                              A:  The AFCI/GFCI Dual Function Receptacle should be available in Home Depot within the next few weeks.

                              by|Jan 31, 2021
                                7 found this answer helpful

                                A:  They are on the shelves now.

                                by|Dec 14, 2020
                                  6 found this answer helpful

                                  A:  In stock today, but not online

                                  by|Feb 16, 2021
                                    2 found this answer helpful
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                                    Q:Are they Tamper Resistent?
                                    by|Mar 13, 2016
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                                    A:  Yes, this device is tamper resistant.

                                    by|Feb 16, 2021
                                    9 found this answer helpful

                                    A:  The AGTR1 is a Tamper Resistant receptacle.

                                    by|Jan 31, 2021
                                      11 found this answer helpful

                                      A:  Yes Read the product page

                                      by|Dec 14, 2020
                                        7 found this answer helpful

                                        A:  This is not tamper resistant.

                                        by|Feb 16, 2021
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                                          Q:I have a home built in 2006 and have several GFCI outlets in the house. Can I install several of these in areas that have regular 2 prong outlets. Or do these need to be accompanied by the DFCI/GFCI breakers in the 200 amp service panels. I have 2 200 amp panels in my garage and there are a few GFCI breakers in both, not all are active as some are spares for future appliances/projects I guess the original home owner wanted it like that.
                                          by|Mar 4, 2016
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                                          A:  Usually. The devil is in the details

                                          by|Dec 14, 2020
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                                          A:  You can replace a 2-prong receptacle with a GFCI. Leviton's GFCI receptacles do not require a ground wire since they monitor the current between the hot and neutral wires. For this application you must place "No Equipment Ground" stickers on all receptacles downstream of the GFCI.

                                          by|Jan 31, 2021
                                            11 found this answer helpful

                                            A:  I find it hard to believe that any home built in 2006 has 2 prong receptacles. These devices can be used to replace 2 prong receptacles in older homes. Follow the instructions and label each device that does not have an equipment ground as such.

                                            by|Feb 16, 2021
                                            8 found this answer helpful

                                            A:  The first answer digresses from the actual code rule (in the direction of possibly keeping ignorant readers safer). The rule requires this marking if there is no grounding means present at that location, not simply when the receptacle being replaced dos not itself have grounding holes. If you have the knowledge and skill to test for grounding in the boxes in which the receptacles are mounted, you can follow the acvtual rule in the electrical code. The same code requires you to paste a sticker saying, "GFCI-protected" on every receptacle directly or indirectly fed by the "Load" screws on any receptacle offering GFCI protection, whether it is in a grounded or non-grounded enclosure, and whether the receptacle feeding it offers AFCI protection or not.

                                            by|Feb 16, 2021
                                            7 found this answer helpful

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                                            DurabilityTamper ResistantTamper Resistant, Weather ResistantNot ApplicableTamper Resistant
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