AC Outlet, NEMA 5-15R, 3 Wire 15A, Snap-in

AC Outlet, NEMA 5-15R,  3 Wire 15A, Snap-in
Stock Number: 32041 PL
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NEMA 5-15R Snap-in, Chassis mount, Black thermoplastic three wire polarized primary power connector. Rated for 70deg. "C". .200" quick connect terminals. UL listed 15A@250V.
Hole Cutout: .95in X .877in.
W: 1-1/16" H: 1-1/16" D: 1-13/32" WT: .018

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Trying to figure out hole filler comment of a previous reviewer...
8 relay Ethernet board project. Put all eight outlets across a 10in wide enclosure with 1/4in top cover overlap, leaving me 9.5in to get the eight 1.0625in wide outlets in. That is 8.5in of material leaving 1in of space to leave between. Now divide that 1in of space by nine so the eight outlets are spaced evenly. You get 7/64in space between outlets and the cover. Drill and nibbling tool. Done. No issues with the outlets snapping in or the aluminum enclosure bending. Fact is, these outlets let an extension cord I bought from a big box plug in easily, although my yellow GE receptacle tester was a bit tight which means the big box cord may be out of tolerance. So with a decent enclosure and care in machining the hole, no issues. Was the reviewer using a pre-punched hole designed for a different outlet? 5 stars for the product in my application.
okay for price, but best used as a hole filler.
I got these with an amplifier kit, along with the IEC male inlet. This does not fit either hole. If it does fit a hole, make sure you really want to use it in that hole. The plastic tabs break very easily if you try to remove it, or they also break when unplugging a cord, so these are not very sturdy for something like a guitar amp where you will be plugging and unplugging cords frequently. Find a more expensive type with metal clips for something with a more severe duty cycle. If this will fit a hole, for 75 cents it makes a dandy plug, and an it makes and okay outlet. For the price it is actually a pretty good deal. I have seen people sell these for $7 or more. 75 cents for this is a bargain, but dont expect it to be heavy duty superb quality for that price. I cant even buy a hole plug for 75 cents, let alone one that is also a NEMA 5-15 outlet
- Seth Burgin, AZ