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robbin
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reply to sempergoofy

Re: [Electrical] Enerlites USB charging outlets

said by sempergoofy:

It has the one set of side screws, and push in connectors where the wires go under the screw nut.

Looks like there are holes for two wires for each screw on the back. As those are clamping connections there is no problem putting two wires to one screw.

No idea on code inspection.


sempergoofy
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said by robbin:

Looks like there are holes for two wires for each screw on the back. As those are clamping connections there is no problem putting two wires to one screw.

One set of holes is for #12/#14 wire, the other is for #10 wire.
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Msradell
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said by sempergoofy:

said by robbin:

Looks like there are holes for two wires for each screw on the back. As those are clamping connections there is no problem putting two wires to one screw.

One set of holes is for #12/#14 wire, the other is for #10 wire.

Both holes certainly look the same size in the pictures, even when you magnify them. Are you sure that each hole is rated for 10, 12 or 14 gauge wire? That would make a lot more sense and be quite common.
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robbin
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said by Msradell:

Are you sure that each hole is rated for 10, 12 or 14 gauge wire?

Since they are clamping connections I can't imagine how it would matter.


sempergoofy
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said by Msradell:

Both holes certainly look the same size in the pictures, even when you magnify them. Are you sure that each hole is rated for 10, 12 or 14 gauge wire? That would make a lot more sense and be quite common.

I can't fault your logic, but what do you conclude when you read the labeling? I just snapped this photo.
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