Leviton 5997-CL Electrical Box, Decora Rain Tight "While-in-Use" Weather Resistant GFCI Cover - Horizontal Mount

SKU: 163591
Brand: Leviton Model: 5997-CL Condition: New

Leviton 5997-CL Weatherproof Electrical Box

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Description

This highly durable Decora cover can be used in poor weather while maintaining a weather tight seal protecting your Decora style device. You can have this cover closed and sealed from water while you use a GFCI outlet, thanks to the two convenient ports on the bottom of the cover, allowing you to keep your device plugged in while the cover is closed. Plugs are included if you choose not to use the cable ports. The attractive clear cover looks great while protecting your outlet and is self-closing saving you time and effort. Weather-resistant gaskets are included and with the impact resistant plastic this cover is built to last. With the simple yet effective design installation can be done in seconds.

For use on smooth surfaces for best seal.


Features:• Horizontal Mount
• Perfect for Pools and Landscaping Outlets/Switches
• Weather-Resistant
• Can stay closed while Connected to a Device
• Attractive clear Impact-Resistant Plastic Cover
• Simple Installation can be done in seconds
Specifications:• Color: Clear
• Gang: 1
• Device Graphic: Decora/GFCI
• Material: Thermoplastic
• Mount: Device
• Orientation: Horizontal
• Standards and Certifications: UL/CSA
• Feature: Self Closing Lid

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