Mechanically Interlocked Receptacles from MENNEKES®

Mennekes Electrical Products
Mechanically Interlocked Receptacles from MENNEKES®
Our switched and interlocked receptacles provide safety and durability in one pre-wired unit. Available in 20A-100A, interlocks prevent the switch from being turned “ON” unless the plug is fully inserted. The plug cannot be removed unless the switched is turned “OFF”.  The AMAXX product line combines multiple interlocks and a convenience outlet or other receptacle device into one enclosure.

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