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Decontactor plugs and receptacles are UL and CSA rated for "motor circuit" and "branch circuit" disconnect switching.
Under that contract, most residents use a large refuse receptacle on wheels plus recycling bins for various separated recyclable materials, such as newspaper, plastic milk jugs and cardboard that is cut into pieces no larger that 2 feet by 2 feet.
Please encourage the Park Service to provide more readily accessible recycling receptacles.
Understanding how a bomb-resistant receptacle was tested to ensure its reliability during an actual terrorist attack is vital for public safety and facility security.
A trash receptacle with an antibacterial liner is the ideal focal point for this display.
One dongle adapter uses the slave receptacle on the PC's USB port (Type A), while the other utilizes the printer's master receptacle (Type A).
Well protected against EMI, the TM21 plug and receptacle system are offered with receptacles in single, 1 x 4, 2 x 4 and 2 x 6 ganged jack configurations.
Each ingredient is then dispensed by the most efficient feeder (vibratory, screw and/or airslide) into a receptacle to within 1% accuracy of total ingredient weighment (depending on material characteristics, feed rate requirements, etc.
Inter-Pak is a power module that houses three receptacles, each of which is wired for Circuit 1, 2 and 3, with an isolated ground receptacle also available.
Unlike that of competitors, the design of the Leviton receptacle does not use a face and backbody; instead, it has a unibody face that completely encloses the electrical contacts of the device.
Other features include audible and LED circuit overload alarms and an ability to turn on, off or reboot each individual receptacle.
The range consists of 6-pole AC cable mounting plugs and receptacles, 3-pole DC cable mounted plugs and receptacle and a full range of Panel mounting receptacles.