Need to put an alarm buzzer (outside rated) on an external stucco wall. The
buzzer has a 3/4 opening on the back of the 4x4 cast housing for a standard
conduit / flex fitting or strain wire clamp /
Have outdoor (NEMA 3, I think) 6x6x4 box.
Buzzer needs to face away from stucco wall.
So, how best to mount these? If I use NEMA box, cover is on face (away from
wall), and I don't think you can mount anything on a cover (inspector might
not like that : -). Any other surface faces the buzzer in a direction other
than away from the wall.
If I mount the buzzer directly on the wall, this puts the 3/4 hole against
the wall. Is it acceptable to put conduit or flex through the wall directly
to the back of the buzzer?
Please, no "Go Google this" replies. I wouldn't
ask a question here if I hadn't done that already.
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