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Brand 
Brand

Choose from one of Legrand's brands.

Product Family 
Product Family

Used to identify and differentiate offerings within a particular product line. Product families are typically treated as adjectives. It is not recommended to use the product line (ex: Wiremold®) and product family names (Evolution™) together. This will introduce a level of unnecessary confusion for the audience.

Color 
Color

The color of the product itself

Availability 
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Product is available to buy on Legrand.us

Type 
Type

Value that Specifically Names the Type/the Application Value of the Closest Piece of Equipment/the Designated Type of Construction/the Generic Type/the Manufacturer Type Designation/the Specific Function/the Type of Application

Gangs 
Gangs

Number of devices in a wall box or a wall plate

Number of Gangs 
Number of Gangs

The amount of switches on the plate.

Bracket 
Bracket

The Type of Support, as of Metal or Wood, Projecting from a Wall or the Like to Hold or Bear the Weight of a Shelf, Part of a Cornice, Etc.

Mounting 
Mounting

Something that Serves as a Support, Setting, or Backing for the item

Voltage 
Voltage

The Rate at Which Energy is Drawn from a Source that Produces a Flow of Electricity in a Circuit

Connector Type 
Connector Type

The Type of Connectors / Terminals that Tool can Crimp to Wire or Cable

Cord Type 
Cord Type

It is the Type of a Line Made of Twisted Fibers or Threads

Amperage 
Amperage

Maximum electrical current the conductor or device can carry before sustaining immediate or progressive deterioration

Rack Units 
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Unit Used to Describe the Height of Equipment Intended for Mounting

Connection 
Connection

Between Discrete Points Allows the Flow of Electrons (Electric Current)

Product Has Potential to Contribute to LEED 
Product Has Potential to Contribute to LEED

This product contributes to earning credits in the LEED rating system.

Number of Ports 
Number of Ports

The Number of Application-Specific or Process-Specific Software Construct Serving as a Communication Endpoint / is Generally a Specific Place for Being Physically Connected to Some Other Device /A Number of Physical Access Point(S) Between a Conductor and

Insertion Loss 
Insertion Loss

The Loss in Load Power Due to the Insertion of a Component or Device at Some Point in a Transmission System

Compatibility 
Compatibility

Capability of Being Used with or Connected to Different Types of Devices or Components without any Modifications

Connector 
Connector

A Device that Establishes a Connection Between Two or More Units.

Temperature Rating 
Temperature Rating

The Designated / Rated / Maximum / Range Temperature at Which the Instrument May be Used in Continuous Operation without Loss of its Basic Properties and performance

Plier Type 
Plier Type

Style or Type of Pliers

Capacity 
Capacity

The Load for Which a Generating Unit, Generating Plant or Other Electrical Apparatus is Rated Either by the User or by the Manufacturer, Electrical Phenomenon Whereby an Electric Charge is Stored

Conductor Size 
Conductor Size

The Physical Dimension of Current Carrying Member of the Cable

NEMA Rating 
NEMA Rating

National Electrical Manufacturers Association Ratings are Standards that are Useful in Defining the Types of Environments in Which an Electrical Enclosure can be Used

Cutout Dimensions 
Number of Wires 
Number of Wires

The Number of Pliable Metallic Strand or Rod Made in Many Lengths and Diameters and are Electrically Insulated, Used Conduct Electricity

Jaw Length 
Jaw Length

Jaw Length of the Plier

Thickness 
Thickness

The Dimension Through an Object as Opposed to its Length or Width

Overall Length 
Overall Length

The Longest Dimension Measured from one End to Another End of the item

Cable Tie Material 
Cable Tie Material

What the Fastener Used for Binding Electrical Wires together is Made of

Contact 
Contact

A Device that Joins Electric Conductors Mechanically and Electrically to Other Conductors and to the Terminals of Apparatus and Equipment

Construction 
Construction

The Act or Process of Constructing Which Includes Design and Manufacture Type

Jaw Opening 
Jaw Opening

Maximum Capacity Which an Object can be Held in a Plier

Handle Type 
Handle Type

The Type/Shape of the Part that is Designed to be Held or Operated with the Hand

Contact Resistance 
Contact Resistance

The Value of total Resistance of a Material Which Comes from the Electrical Leads and Connections as Opposed to the Intrinsic Resistance, Which is an Inherent Property, Independent of the Measurement Method

Number of Holes 
Number of Holes

The Number of Hollows or Holes Provided in the item for Mounting/Fixing

Wire Size 
Wire Size

It is the Normal Size of the Conductors for Building Wire

Enclosure Type 
Enclosure Type

Style, Type, Size, Etc. of the Enclosure of a Device

Orientation 
Orientation

The Position or Alignment Relative to Points of the Compass or Other Specific Directions

Impedance 
Impedance

A Material's Opposition to the Flow of Electric Current

Simplex/Duplex 
Simplex/Duplex

A Communications Network can Provide one-Way / Multi-Way Communication Service

Conductor Range 
Conductor Range

The Size Range of the Metal Wires and Cables that Allow the Flow of Electrical Current

Conductor Material 
Conductor Material

The Material of Current Carrying Member of the Cable

Handle Material 
Handle Material

The Material in Which the Handle is Made

Included 
Included

The Supplementary items Supplied with the Product Which May be Necessary for the Optimum Operation of the Product

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