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Old 03-14-2018, 02:36 PM   #1
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Got this link in my Email today

http://www.leviton.com/standalone/LoadCenter/index.html
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Old 03-14-2018, 02:56 PM   #2
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Looks good, I am going to try one. I think this will be revolutionary because Leviton will clean up the corruption in the industry.
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Looks good, I am going to try one. I think this will be revolutionary because Leviton will clean up the corruption in the industry.
Not only will Leviton clean up the corruption, their panels will be 100% safer too
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Not only will Leviton clean up the corruption, their panels will be 100% safer too
Only when mounted outside.
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Only when mounted outside.
And upside down and sideways .
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Any load center will look nice a neat if the circuits are fed through the service compartment like that.
Wonder if they will be manufactured in North America.
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Any load center will look nice a neat if the circuits are fed through the service compartment like that.
That's the way us cool people do it.
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Any load center will look nice a neat if the circuits are fed through the service compartment like that.
Wonder if they will be manufactured in North America.
I see CSA mark on the breakers
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it's about time somebody takes on those big breaker guys.
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I'm sure the price of these will be far below products available now since Leviton is taking on the established industry.
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Made in Mexico is what I'd expect.

Most Residential stuff is made there at this time.
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Can someone please post the cut sheet with the KO's? I'd like to see how many GEC holes it comes with.
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Can someone please post the cut sheet with the KO's? I'd like to see how many GEC holes it comes with.
Steve will be on top of this since he already contacted dozens of manufacturers about this very issue.
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Steve will be on top of this since he already contacted dozens of manufacturers about this very issue.
Was Leviton one of them?

@chicken steve, can you please let us know what they told you?
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interested.
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interested.
Also interested. I like the look.
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Also interested. I like the look.
I seriously loved the Trilliant. Probably the best panel I have ever installed.
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Fancy website with the scroll down deal
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Fancy website with the scroll down deal
Let others be the guinea pig.
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The coolest thing is their breaker carry GFCI and AFCI indicator led light, cool!
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