Square D Qwik-Grip?

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Square D Qwik-Grip?

I'm Putting a sub panel in my new garage. I see Square D has the qwik grip for clamping wires in to panel. Has anyone used this system and do you like it? Looks handy but looks are deceiving sometimes
 
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I've seen them but have not used them. I'm pretty happy with knockouts and my own connectors.

We'll have to see what the others have to say.
 
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I just saw these in the store. Looks interesting and I really like their plug on neutral system. However we do not do very much residential so I am not too sure when I will ever try one.
 
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I've been trying to find out the largest size romex wire the week grip will hold
 
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All the pictures show what looks like 14/2, 12/2, and 10/2 cables which are flat. Doesn't look like a round /3 would fit.
 
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That's what I was thinking. As long as there are knock outs for round wire. I think I'll give oneoof these panels a try.
 
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Just received an email from the manufacturer. Looks like 10/3 is the biggest wire. Here is the link for the info:

https://www.schneider-electric.us/en/faqs/FA319075/
 
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Great info. Be better if they shared that more.
 
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Thanks for posting that Astuff
 
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