Duplex definition

Duplex means a building comprising, by horizontal division, two dwelling units, each of which has a separate entrance to grade;
Duplex means two dwelling units one above the other or side by side having a common wall and being on one lot;
Duplex means a 2 family residence that is not

Examples of Duplex in a sentence

Ground Fault Interrupter Duplex Receptacles: Shall be an integral unit, hospital-grade, suitable for mounting in a standard outlet box.

Ground Fault Interrupter Duplex Receptacles: Shall be an integral unit, hospital-grade, suitable for mounting in a standard outlet box, with end-of-life indication and provisions to isolate the face due to improper wiring.

Duplex Receptacles: Hospital-grade, single phase, 20 ampere, 120 volts, 2-pole, 3-wire, NEMA 5-20R, with break-off feature for two-circuit operation.

Duplex Receptacles (not hospital grade): Shall be the same as hospital grade duplex receptacles except for the "hospital grade" listing and as follows.

Ground Fault Interrupter Duplex Receptacles (not hospital-grade) shall be the same as ground fault interrupter hospital-grade receptacles except for the hospital-grade listing.


More Definitions of Duplex

Duplex means a building comprising, by horizontal division, two dwelling units;
Duplex means a separate building that is divided horizontally into two separate dwelling units, each of which has a separate entrance either directly or through a common vestibule;
Duplex means a Building that is divided horizontally into two Dwelling Units, each of which has an entrance either directly to the outside or through a common vestibule;
Duplex and “double-family dwelling” means a building containing only two dwelling units.
Duplex means two attached single-family dwelling units on a single lot.