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Pass & Seymour, innovators in electrical wiring devices since the 1890s, are revered for their reliability, productivity and safety. With more than 20 industry awards to their credit, including the 2013 EC&M Product of the Year for their Harmony Tru-Universal Dimmer, Pass & Seymour is dedicated to creating the best reliable and long-lasting products that are designed to simplify our everyday lives.

From receptacles to lighting controls, Pass & Seymour products are found in countless commercial and residential applications, thanks to advanced technologies that address the growing need to reduce electrical consumption where we live, work and play. That's why Pro Lighting chooses to stock their energy-saving USB charger receptacles, Harmony dimmers and night light devices. With trouble-free installation that's completely DIY, once they’re up and running, Pass & Seymour products are designed to do all of the work for you.

Forget about clunky adapters and tangled messes of wires cluttering up your space. Pass & Seymour’s USB Charger Receptacle gets rid of the mess with two USB ports on each receptacle. Ideal for work and home, you’ll always have a place to charge your devices without having to unplug existing electronics, such as alarm clocks or lamps, or worse, use an extension cord clogged with electronics.

Pro Lighting also carries Pass & Seymour’s award-winning dimmers which give you the ability to control the lighting in your home while helping you lower your utility bill. The company also invented the first-ever night/light outlet which they recently redesigned for an even brighter visual. The outlets are ideal for your home as well as office space since it offers subtle illumination to help you navigate through the dark.

All Pass & Seymour receptacles are tamper-proof, using a patented internal shutter system that lets plugs in, but blocks the access of other objects. Tamper-resistant receptacles not only help keep your family safe, they're actually required by the National Electric Code.