Appleton™ U-Line™ Interchanger 15 and 20 Amp Plugs

Appleton™ U-Line™ Interchanger 15 and 20 Amp Plugs by Emerson™ offer hazardous and industrial industries a safe and ready-to-use inclement weather solution for power connectivity. The plug carries a NEMA Type 4 watertight rating when unmated. The combination screws, larger terminals, and a single-piece shell design make for easier wiring.

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