We recommend that you refer to the IP ratings for each product to see what level of water and dust protection it is rated to provide. Generally speaking, as long as the fitting is not coming into direct contact with water then it is usually suitable for applications under eaves. If you think that there is the risk of the fitting being sprayed with water than it is advised that you opt for a fitting with an IP54 or higher. If you're also concerned with outdoor dust protection, then we recommend using a fitting that is rated to IP64 or higher.
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