Does the 2017 NEC require torquing receptacle/ switch connections with a torque screwdriver or other calibrated tool? It is not printed on the devices or the shipping boxes, but I have seen specs for Leviton residential devices as 12 -14 inch pounds, and I believe Leviton commercial devices are 20 inch pounds. I have seen Hubble specs at 9-12 inch lbs for residential devices. Everyone agrees that circuit breakers and panel terminals should be torqued because it is printed on the breakers and panel labels. I am having a discussion about this with the building inspector. I have been torquing all terminations for several years and find it can be done rapidly and like feeling confident about the connections, but is it a Code requirement?