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Please HELP!!! Angled Power Strips- Tasklighting.com

Posted by chris82 (My Page) on
Wed, Dec 12, 12 at 9:27

Can someone tell me the difference in the AP Series vs the TR series angled power strips besides the actual dimensions? I was about to order and now I am confused if I need the bulky TR series.

http://www.tasklighting.com/products/angle-power-strip/6069608

http://www.tasklighting.com/products/angle-power-strip/6069630


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RE: Please HELP!!! Angled Power Strips- Tasklighting.com

Another question I have is do most people run the angled power strip the length of thier cabinets or could I go with a shorter one and center it?


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RE: Please HELP!!! Angled Power Strips- Tasklighting.com

Not an expert here, but it looks like TR series are Tamper Resistant and according to their site "Tamper-Resistent Receptacles meet 2008 NEC code." So maybe checking with the building inspector to see if he/she requires tamper resistant outlets would be a place to start? Or your contractor if you're using one.

I ran mine the length of my cabinets, but again depending on your own needs for outlets, and/or your ability to meet code minimum distance to outlet from the particular part of the kitchen you're talking about you may be able to go shorter.

Guess this was all a very word way of saying, "It depends...."


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