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If you are planing to use these in a kitchen countertop make sure to check if they meet code. The one you are showing has three outlets and these units are prewired, how can this be a 15 amp split, 20 amp or GFI in wet areas. Had a client that wanted this but for the mentioned reasons it would not have passed inspection.

 

Graham

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I used two http://www.mockett.com/pcs34.html on a recent job and they pass code in every way in Southern CA. You can have a GFCI protected circuit or put a GFCI outlet first in series somewhere else in the kitchen. The biggest hurdle for me was clearance. They take up a lot of space in the cabinet box. You gotta be sure of the placement and of course that the client won't change the layout.

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