I plan to replace some inexpensive receptacles with a high grade receptacle. The ones I am considering are Cooper Commercial Grade receptacles with back-wire connections. (See link below for product description.)
I plan to feed through the receptacle as opposed to pigtailing using #12 wire. From what I've read, the back-wire connection is a secure connection much like the typical screw terminal on most standard receptacles, and not known for the same issues at the weak back-stab connection on standard receptacles. Am I correct in this?
I just would like to confirm this before I place the order for two 10-packs! Thanks for any help in advance!
Here is a link that might be useful: Cooper Commercial Grade Receptacle