Leviton X7599-W GFCI Outlet Tamper-Resistant, Commercial Grade SmartLock Pro, 15A - White

SKU: 130420
Brand: Leviton Model: X7599-W Condition: New

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Leviton X7599-W

Leviton 15A Tamper-Resistant, Commercial Grade SmartLock Pro GFCI Duplex Receptacle (X7599-W) combines commercial grade lockout action and the thinnest receptacle on the market. Featuring the tamper-resistant SmartLockPRO, which meets NEC requirements for tamper-resistance and is designed to protect children from the hazards of shock. The Leviton X7599-W SmartlockPRO has a slim and shallow design that makes it easier to install in the shallowest of spaces (at least 25 percent more space in the wallbox than other GFCIs). SmartlockPRO's design is built to handle high torque and prevent wire-pullout. SmartlockPRO also reduces the possibility of end-users incorrectly assuming that a reset GFCI outlet is providing ground fault protection when it isn't, by automatically testing the GFCI every time the RESET button is pushed. The GFCI of the Leviton X7599-W will not reset if the GFCI circuit is malfunctioning. Duplex receptacle also features a line-load reversal diagnostic feature. This feature prevents the GFCI from being reset and stops power flow from being fed to the GFCI receptacle face or down to downstream devices. SmartLockPro GFCIs trip latch mechanism is designed as one piece in a 'T' shape which allows for efficient operation. Trip threshold time complies with all UL requirements.

This item is suitable for installation in kitchens and bathrooms where humidity and moisture may be a problem. The Leviton X7599-W has flexible wiring options, and can be wired from the back or side for your convenience.


Features:

• SmartlockPro Slim-designed GFCI makes installation in any electrical box a much easier task
• Terminals allow for easy wiring options – back and side wire capable
• External back wire clamps provide visual indication of proper wire seating
• Withstands high torque and resists wire pullout
• Standard brass self-grounding clip
• Automatically test the GFCI every time the RESET button is pushed. The GFCI will not reset if the GFCI circuit is not functioning correctly, this reduces the possibility of end-users incorrectly assuming that a reset GFCI outlet is providing ground fault protection when it actually isn’t
• A line-load reversal diagnostic feature is provided which prevents the GFCI from being reset and stops power from being fed to the GFCI receptacle face or through to downstream devices. A green LED indicator on the GFCI's face also illuminates to alert

Specifications:

• Amperage: 15 Amp
• Voltage: 125 Volt
• NEMA: 5-15R
• Pole: 2
• Wire: 3
• Trip Level: Class A, 5mA plus or minus 1mA
• Termination: Back & Side
• Face Material: Thermoplastic
• Body Material: Polycarbonate
• Grounding: Self-Grounding
• Color: White
• Strap Material: Galvanized Steel
• Standards and Certifications: UL/CSA
• UL Fed Spec WC-596: Yes
• Warranty: 2-Year Limited
• Flammability: Rated V-2 per UL94
• Operating Temperature: -35C to +66C
• Face Material: Thermoplastic
• Body Material: Polycarbonate
• Line Contacts: Brass Double-Wipe .031 Thick
• Terminal Screws: Plated Steel
• Grounding Screw: Plated Steel
• Yoke: Zinc-Plated Steel
• Clamp Nuts: Zinc-Plated Steel
• Clamps: Brass
• Terminal ID: Brass-Hot, Green-Ground, Silver-Neutral
• Terminal Accom.: 14-10 AWG

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Questions & Answers

can an exhaust fan in the bathroom be wired to the Leviton 15A Tamper-Resistant, Commercial Grade SmartLock Pro GFCI Duplex Receptacle

by Shirley B. on 06-15-2013

That is not the intended purpose of the for the GFCI receptacle.

on 08-05-2013
 
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